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Mrs. Cornelia Martin spent sereial days in Denver last week. Among Sunday’s viators were, C. Fullbrigbt, L. Hall and Carmel Nic hols of Denver. Arthur Johnson was in the city Sunday the guest of his mother, Mrs. Laura Johnson. Clarence G. Richards is contempla ting a trip east for the benefit of his health. Miss Ada Richards after a pleasant visit in Denver with her friends, Misses Bessie Pullam and Arlena Burns, returned Sunday evening She was entertained Saturday evening by Mrs. J. P. Morgan, nee Miss Edna Nichols. Mrs. Alphonso James is to visit the coast soon. SALT LAKE, UTAH. The revival meetings that were con ducted at the A. M. E. Church by Revs. Bell and W. C. Goods of Balti more, were a success. Dining the stay of Rev. Bell and wife, Trinity Church has been attend ed by large congregations. Mrs. H. H. Voss is on the sitk list. Mrs. W. W. Taylor has been ill. Miss Lena ToDy of Keokuk, Iowa, is at the home of Madam Steed. Tocal and through train service via the k.o GRANDE SYSTEM. Denver to Colorado Springs and Pueblo—Leave* D< ..*■-«• 8, 8:30, 9:30 a. m.; 1:30, 5,7, 8 and 9:45 p. m. Denver to Buena Vista and Leadville—Leave Denver and 9:30 a. m.; 8 and 9:45 p. in. , w • CK, Denver to Grand Junction—Leave Denver 8:30 and !o a. in : 8 and 9:45 p. m. ' Denver to Glenwood Springs, Utah and Pacific Coast Lea Denver 8:30 and 9:30 a. in, and Bp. m. Denver to Alamosa, Wagon Wheel Gap, Santa Fe, Springs, Durango, Farmington and Silverton—Leave Denver 7 p. in. Denver to Gunnison, Montrose, Delta, Ouray, Telluridc and Rico—Leave Denver 9:45 p. m. Denver to Trinidad, El Moro, Walsens and La Vcta—Leave Denver 7 p. m. Denver to Victor and Cripple Creek—Leave Denver 5 p. in. Dining Cars, Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Obser vation Parlor Cara and Modern Day Coaches. Open End Observation Coaches between Denver and Cripple Creek. The most complete and satisfactory Colorado and Utah ser vice ever established. Write for free illustrated pamphlets. City ticket office, Seventeenth and Stout streets, Denver, Colorado. THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. Mrs Bessie Seals is very much im proved. Mrs. J. O. Scott has returned frem Butte, Mont. The Elk Lodge had its annual ter mon preached by Rev. Bell. 126 00 was realized. The sermon to the waiters was well attended. Rev. and Mrs, Bell, W. W. Taylor and wife, Mr. and Mrs M. Edwards were highly entertained at a midnight supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Voss. The ladies of the A. M. E. Church have organized a Church Aid society. Mrs. J. O. Scott, pres ; Mrs. M. Eld wards, vicepres.; Mrs. Bell, sec.; Mrs. S. Benjamin, assistant sec.; Mrs. M. Steed,treas. Easter was the grandest ever wit nessed in Salt Lake. The choir has new members, and with the Sunday School, rendered a progiam that this town will never forget. Flowers were in abundance. The grocery wagon left many good things at the parsonage the other day. Rev. Bell will preach the Odd Fel lows’ sermon sometime during May. In shaping his career a young man shouldn't depend entirely on his tailor. If you are going to put up a bluff, see that the foundations don't wabble. 1516 Orman Avenue. PUEBLO, COLO. Saturdays and Sundays Mrs. Annie Davis ICE CREAM PALLOR The Patronage of the Public ia Solicited Ik Golden Chest Mining, Milling and Tunnel Co. I Incorporated under tiio Uwt of tko State o! Colorado. CAPITALIZATION 250,000 Shares. TREASURY STOCK 125,000 Shares. Par Value $ 1.00, t . • Ser'“o B. Block of 26,000 Shares st 25 cents per share new ts the time to Buy wont toe; are at a low ngure ana is the reach of all. One-tenth down and monthly payments of <6 00. Write postal card for circular for full information or cal’ at office, 1223 19th street, Denver, Colo. O. C. SAM PI E, Secy BOARD OF DIRECTORS DR. W j COTTRELL, REV. J E FORD, Practiciutf physician, Denver, Pastoi Ziou I3a| lift ci.urcb J i - J. W. JACKSON J R LEWIS. ION 0. 0 SAMPLE, DR. P E SPRATLIN l£z-tneiuner LXNOrado I^iHiatiirt C A. FRtNKLIN, Editor Statesman. £/kz k 4 We are now pleased to announce to ) | the public that we are now locating at h J 2007} Larimer street with all kinds of a i J hair goods and ornamental goods of F J all kinds and we also announce we J 1 have a full liue of millinery in the P i, 4 latest Parisian style in hats and bon- F _ 4 nets of all kinds. F | Miss Genevieve Hallowell, prop. | Mrs. J. R. Hallowell, mgr. THOS] CLINGMAN Cigars and Smoking Tobaccos Every accommodation for ploaaure seekers. A J home.for strangers, f Agent Dr. Perkins’ American Herbs. PHONE 892 BLACK. Four of the most lesired spots fa America kill™, couch *ho CURE thi LUNC8 ,,H Dr. King’s New Discovery Consumption Prie« FOR I OUGHS and SOc 011.00 Fr»# Trial. Sureat and Auickeat Cure for all , THROAT and LUHO TROUB LES, or KOHET BACK.