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Colorado
Springs.
D. B. Faw, Agent, 802 N. Walnut St.
Phone Main 1024.
Have your printing done by The
Statesman, the only Negro paper in the
state that owns its own press. The
agent will be glad to wait upon you,
and assure you competition with our
white brethren.
The K. P.’s celebrated their forty
second anniversary Sunday. At St.
John's Baptist Church. The services
were impressive. Sir Knight J. R.
Hanger addressed the body on the or
igin of the society. Dr. W. E. Glad
den preached the annual sermon. Mrs.
Douglass of Denver sang solo, "Oro
Pro. Nobis.”
The Twentieth Century Reading
Club, of which Mrs. K. D. Tillman is
president, has taken up the "History
of Education," by Prof. J. H. Jackson.
It Is a book well worth reading.
Mrs. Trundfleld of Salt Lake City
is in the city, the guest of Mrs. Julia
Reed of 313 W. Monument Street.
Miss Florence Gates of Des Moines,
lowa, is in the city visiting her broth
er, Mr. George Gates.
The terrific snow storm Monday
evening caused the concert of which
j.iiss Hallle Q. Brown was to have
been the principal, to be postponed
until Wednesday evening.
Do not fail to attend the public
meeting of the Men's Forum Sunday
at 4 P. M. at Payne's Chapel. A fine
musical and literary program will be
rendered.
We are glad to announce that Mrs.
S. Rico who received serious injuries
a few weeks ago, is steadily improv
ing.
"It is more blessed to give than
receive." Then if you get a free copy
of The Statesman who is benefited?
"Money spent In good books and pa
pers is not thrown away.” You will
find other than crimes In the columns
of a race paper.
Mrs. H. D. ESrl has been ill for the
past week with la grippe.
Mrs. Julia Emery has been suffer
ing from tonsilitis.
Mrs. K. D. Tillman is Indisposed,
but is better at this writing.
Mrs. E. G. Andrews has been elect
ed delegate to the State Federation of
Colored Women Clubs, which will con
vene in June.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Powell of Spruce street Is se
riously ill.
Harper W. C. T. U. held an even
gelistic meeting with Mrs. Martha
Washington Wednesday.
In the appointment of Dr. W. W. E.
Gladden to the position of chaplain
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
of the U. S. army It is to be known
that this is the first national appolnt-
FRANKLIN-FOUR
ment of a Negro west of Kansas.
Westward the course of influent* and
worth makes its way.
Miss P. G. Lamp ton gave a 5course
dinner to a few of her friends Tues
day evening. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. L. Douglass, Misses Jessie
Gross, Wyley, Messrs. Luther Rum
ford, D. B. Faw.
BOULDER, COLO.
Quite a number of persons are on
the sick list.
Rev. Hubbard, P. E., held quarter
ly meeting at Allen's Chapel Sunday.
It was a success. The Sunday School
is getting ready for Easter.
Mrs. B. F. Fletcher entertained the
Willing Workers Thursday afternoon
at 20th and Spruce Sts.
Rev. J. H. Hubbard went north this
week to look after his woik.
The young people are looking for
ward to a great many social event*
this spring.
IDEAL DRESSMAKING.
Ladies need no longer long for good
service or fashionable dressmaking
The Ideal Dressmaking Parlors at
426 18th Street is conducted by Mad
am McGruder, on the highest order
Tailor-made shirt waists a specialty.
Pattern made to order. Prices cheer
fully quoted. 'Phono 1689 Main
April ball at Manitou Hall, Thurs
day April 5. Music by the Harris Or
cbestra. Don’t miss it.
CITY NEWS.
Mrs. Hattie B. Holman Booker will
leave on the loth prox. for Green
ville. Fla., to settle an estate of 3,500
acres of land that was recently sold
for her benefit.
Mesdames Olivia and Mattie Brown,
Ellen Moore and W. I). McCullough
of Curtis street gave one of the swell
est and most up-to-date receptions to
their friends tnat has ever been given.
It outrivals anything they yet have
given.
J. Malone Tlldon has been very sick
for the past two wcekB, but Is a little
better now.
Attention!
“The Statesman” *»™**>"nr**•*•***>
cm Job Printing Deportment. It
Imprint on your 1* perfectly equipped to do ALL
t v TV-1 *1 TOOT printing, E»d do M right.
JOD Printing WiwdM anything boa a
l„ „ “UNt ead to » postsc. Tij a
Is a Sign 01 m poor sect cedm.
Excellence.
THE STATESMAN
1026 19th Street, Near Arapahoe.
, «'
Bwhen in trouble.
About difficult samples of hair to match
and you want the real thing, length, color
ware and all
BEAR IN MIND
That I make a specialty cf importing the
rarest and most wonderful shades of hair
long and short. No color too difficult to
match. Every variety. Prices to suit all.
Formerly of M. Cowden'a Parlor.
PIANOS SKX>.
And Upwards.
Anyone may have a Plana delivered at ertee f©
•9,00 per week payments
- • ■ eee
COLUMBINE MUSIC CO.
Ground Floor Charles Building.
DR. W J. COTTRELL, Physioian and Surgsen, Proprietor.
COTTRELL'S PHARMACY
2100 ARAPAHOE STREET.
PHONE 3230 MAIN.
Pure drugs, hot and cold drinks, toilet articles--Pre*criptions carefully com
pounded by tbe only colored registered pharmacist in Colorado.
Prompt delivery to sny part of the city.
Open dav and night

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