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Mrs. DeMar has opened a Home
Bakery at 1813 Clarkson Street and
's prepared to take orders for broad,
pie* and fancy paddings. Phone
Blue. 3023. 11-1
Persons baring matter for publl
cation will bear in mind th.it this
paper goes to press Thursdaj night
and not Friday noon as formerly. This
will necessitate earlier mailing of
< orresporulano* of all kind*. The ear
lier It comes, the more likely you are
to have it printed In Its entirety. We
are no respecter of p ersons and give
all an even break But wo cannot do
the Impossible, so If your matter
■ oines to ub late, do not complain
that it Is "cut" or even left out.
Remember the grand ball to be giv
en at Manitou Hall Thursday evening
April 19th by the Jolly Club. It will
bo swell. The best of music and or
Mrs. L. Dennis, lady barber, at
Sample's Tonvorial Parlor and Rath
Rooms, 1228 lißh Street. Latest
•tiles of Haireutting, Face Massage,
and Bleaching a specialty.
April hall at Manitou Hall. Thurs
day April f>. Music by the Harris Or
ch«etra. Dou't mint it.
When you conic to Colorado
Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at
the "The Qucnu Anue" 320 E. Cos
tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and
lioard at reasonable rates. 22 9
SALE Small cash [WTinenl At .'lift
So. Water St. Call oo H. B. Brown
at Dreyfus and Co.
The new daDcing'academy at IMS
Champa Street, is open every Thurs
day night to 12 p. m for social dances.
Admission 2Ti rents. B Phynii. man
ager, 1361 Court Place. Phone Red
April baU at Maaitot.; Hall, Thurs
day April 6. Music by the Harris Or
chestra. Don't miss ii.
ItoKrl Maxwell lute r-turned lo the
city from California.
On Saturday night of this week the
lUilne Cnfe will be open ngnln under
new management. Mrs E. A. Scott
will be proprietor It will be fitted
out complete and will cater to the
best of trade.
The employes of the Denver Mint
under civil service up to date are:
Morgan Jackson. L.L. McGruder. Mrs.
Lizzie French, Misses Mabel Fore and
Gertrude Nichols. Those not under
civil service are W. G. Campbell, Al
bert Robinson, E. C. Turalin and T.
I). Perkins.
Mrs* Ij. V. Douglas is in Colorado
Springs teaching a class in millinery.
Sunday will be a gala day at Cen
tral baptist Church. It is the anni
versary of Rev. Douglass coming to
the pastorate and will be celebrated
by a spe< i.U service at 2:3ft, at which
a program will be rendered Including
the pastors of the city. A report of
the year will be made public soon.
R S Graves, a former Denverite,
was in the city for a fe wdays this
week and visited our office. He is now
in Alamosa in the railway service and
is doing well. Joseph Garner was ac
companying him about town. Mr.
Garner, together with Ste
vens. was Just back fro mthe Adobe
wreck and says that in all his udrty
years* railroading he never saw a
worse one.
house at 2621 Curtis Street. Mrs A
J 'i aylor. 4-28
Wm. Clark of Salt is a visitor
Miss Carrie Joseph had the honor
of representing her class In the sight
raiding contest at the Manual Train
ing High School this week. She was
chosen for her superior ability along
this line by the seniors and ably deni
onstrated it at the exercises The au
dience gave her its unqualified on
dorsement as winner, but the judges
favored a white girl related to two
Field* ami Walker Industrial Em
pluymeut Bureau. Real Estate and
Ixwn Co. will l>e open for business
Monday the 2nd of April. We have
some choice property for sale. In our
Employment Bureau special attention
will l>c giveu to persons stv'kiug good
responsible pocitioas. Come up.
Phone us. 212 loth Street, half block
from (.kwrt house Phone Main 021V
Raym nd A. Clark has finished his
course in Gilbert’s home schiol of
Our good friend, the very Rev. Dean
Hart, will bo the special preacher at
the7:4f> p. m. Evensong ou“Passiou,
Sunday April 1st. The last two
weeks of Lent should be the best kept
of all, and there should no* be a va
cant seat ou Sunday evening.
Black 2207.
Phone us your news.
Phone us your printing orders.
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35c for 50 delivered anywhere in the world
Send stamps or money
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Full Weight No Middle Men
For the best
LIGNITE AND £> /g\ ft V
Phone O. MURPHY, Main 4040,
1010 Sixteenth St.
Doctor* are Purxled.
The remarkable recovery of Ken
noth 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 me up to die. when, as
a last resort. I was induced to try
dAkIhi*! New Discovery end i en
happy to say it saved my life.*’ Cures
the worst Coughs and Colds. Hron
chitis. TonsUltis. Weak Lungs
Hoarseness and L aGrippc. Guaraxv
teed nt all drug stores. 50c and $1.00
Trial bottle free.
Til. Main 3475
Everybody* business desired.
You will be treated right.
Stand 14and Court Place
Residence, 1710 Lafayette St Tbone Blue 1544

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