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FEDERATION NOTES. Nothing is mare gratifying than to raaliza the growing activity in club work among our women in Denver. In the last few months the Sunshine Club has been organized to relieve the rick and distressed. Its mem bers are busy, earnest workers who never fail when duty calls them. Mrs Esther Morris, their able president, is sunshine itself, and her work cannot but be effectual. The Life Line Club, to efficiently led by Mrs. Lillie Lew a, is another evidence of good work among our wo men. The club is all that its name implies. Long may it live' Keep up the good work. The Roosevelt Art Club has been recently organized with ten enthusias tic members, and so rapidly is it growing that they eipect a larger membership ere long. Mrs. Albert Porter is very zealous in keeping up the club's interest. As the members are pursuing their art work, current literature is introduced and discussed. Our women are moving onward and upward, whether it Ire along artistic lines, literary studies, or charity work The Taka Cluois doing some beau tiful art work. Some chanty work has also been done. The City Federation of Colored Women's Clubs met, and made ar rangement for the State Federation, which meets in Denver .n June. Full details will be perfechsd at the next meeting, April 10, at the borne of Mrs O.W. Andrews. This promises to be one of the most enthusiastic meetings ever held in the state. Colorado wo men are forging their wsy to the fore most ranks. Roost for the Federation, club women. LEONA TROUTMAN, City Editor. A Scientific Wonder. The cures that stand to Its credit make llurklens Arnica Salve a aclen title wonder. It cured E. it. Mulford, lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry. Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case of Piles. It heals the worst Burns, Wilson. Turner & Co. Proprietors « Home Cooking Excliange (j AND CHILE PARLOR Our Cooking will please you First Class Service 1119 Eighteenth Street. the: statesman, Denver, Colorado. Sores, Bolls, Ulcers, Cuts, Wounds, Chilblains and Salt Rheum. Only 25c at all druggists. MTHKR long period to wait. Joshua Wanted Boiled Whaat, but Ha Was No Cook. "Lucinda,” said M*. Melstrum, who had Just returned from a visit to a farmer friend In the country, “while I was at I ate some whole wheat, boiled. I like it better than anything I ever tasted. He gave me a small papar sack of the wheat, so we could cook some ourselves. How long will It be before supper is ready?" “About half an hour,” answered Mrs. Melstrum "Well, we'll have some boiled wheat, If you please. Here’s the paper sack.’ “But. Joshua. It will have to be cooked In a double boiler, and " “I don’t care how you cook it. I’m hungry for some more boiled wheat.” “But see here, Joshua! It will take ’’ “It will take a lot of cream and augar; I know that. But we’ve got plenty of both. Put It on right away, will you?'* Without another word his wife took the wheat, washed it, emptied It into the "double boiler,” and set it on the fire. At the end of half an hour Mr. el strum became impatient. “Lucinda.” be called out from the sitting room, isn’t that wheat ready yet?” “Not yet." responded Mrs Melstrum. “How much longer is It going to take to cook It?" “About eleven hours and a half. That’s what I was trying to tell you. but you wouldn’t give me a chance. Do you want to wait for it?”—YoUhs Companion. 60 ™l■ I 4 6 Trade Maims f HHBVT Designs ’ Cory nights 4c. Anenwuwndtnc a •ketch and description bit gulcklf ascertain o«r o|Mm<>n free whether an ln*«iti«a la probably patentable t nmnunka. IkKMMrtelj/ooo»<«nffi: WMBoi or I'.i.nu Mnt free- oldest aewnry f«>r securing patent a. latent* taken through Munn A Co. retire •fciml wofte*. without charge, in the Sdeattnc flnKrkait. 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Ntlson'a Hair Dreaain|( -na harsh, stubborn, refractory hair *••- rents it from becoming dry and brut.e and enable* y< <t to do it up in anr sty V conM*t« ut with tta length, at the same time firing it that rich gloasy look so much desired. An a Hair Growar we consider Nelson's Hair Dressing the equal of anything made It supplies Use needed oil directi* to the t ots M e h softens invigorate* the Mtlp there by reioring dandruff tad proaotiu the growth of the hair. Stop* the hair from falling *ut breakirg f? and splitting at the end*, which t* nearly always due t '.ack of natural oil in the hair. Nalaon'a Hair Dressing i» an excettent remedy frr a!! kinds of Scalp Diarawes such a* Tetter. Itcr.ing and baling of the Sca’.p Dandruff &c Nalaon’a Hair Dressing delightfully perfumed put up in handsome B 4-ounce square tin boxes (like one fhown in cut >. and sol.' »■ t *■ ■ bj •ii iml agent* at ?< cent* a b * If vou cannot find it in your t wti send us *r cents tn stamp* •nd we will mail you a full size box postage paid Add re** Nelson Manufacturing Co., Richmond, Va. g WK WANT GOOD AGENTS. WRITE FOR FRICKS, TERMS, ETC. The brand that’s always £ood” Baxter’s Bullheads 5 CENT CIGAR Tbe-Baxter Cigar Co., Denver.