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BE SURE TO ROOM with Mrs. S.
J. Bunker when you go to Manltou, Colo. Modern house, very convenient. When going to Colorado Springs write Mrs. Louisa Armstead, 321 East Cimmarron, for rooms. Her rooms ure new, modern and conveniently lo cated. Prices reasonable. Prompt re ply by mail When you come to Colorado Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the “The Quenn Anue” 320 E. Cos tilla St. Nice suntty rooms and board at reasonable rates. 22-9 Don’t complain about accommoda tions when you go to Cripple Creek, but go to Miss Maggie Stower’s. First-class Rooms, Electric Lights and Bath in connection. 333 Myers Ave. East. CANON CITY. COLORADO. Mrs. James Yelser was in Pueblo Monday, the guest ot her niece, Mrs L. Meredith. Will Hawkins and Dave Hoscy went to Salida Saturday to work. The Dumas club Is taking up sci ences as a study. The club Is doing exceedingly well in music. It has a mandolin and guitar club attached to the main body. Mr. Archie Townsend has been indis posed for the last week. Mesdames Holmes and Johnson and Mb' l L. Moore were elected by the Secot d M E. Sunday school as dele gates to the state convention in Den ver. Frank Yelser was In Florence Wed nesday. Mr. D. L. Brutow's new song, “A Strange Coon In Heaven," Is on the market now. LA JUNTA. Sunday was men's day at the church. Only two services were held. An ex cellent program was rendered. Those taking part were J. W. Marshall, Mc- Knight, J. Starkey, Ed Tylor, Claude Tyler, Charles Dcnox, James Scott The friends raised 123.20 which Is to pay off the indebtedness of the church, that has been Incurred by the decora- THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. COLORADO tions, inside and out. Mrs. M. A. Berry is on the sick list, as is also William Berry. Mrs. Henderson left Saturday to visit relatives in Kansas. Miss Adams of Swink was the guest of Mrs. Moore Sunday. Miss Ellis is contemplating a visit to Independence, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. George Williams of Holbrook were the guests of Mrs. Clerains Sunday. A Lesson in Fly-Killing. is one youth on the north side who will never again enjoy the somewhat doubtful pleasure of killing dies if his mother can reach him first. During the summer she purchased a brush and George had often seen he r killing flies on the windows. The other day she chanced to be near tho library, when she heard a crash. Hastening*into the room she discov ered George looking in wonderment nt a hole in the window, from which radiated cracks in every direction. “George, what are you doing?" de manded the mother, almost tearfully. “Tilin’ flies, mother." was the in nocent reply as the little fellow ex hibited a substantial hammer.—Pitts burg Dispatch. A Good Check. A bank cashier showed tho other ay a check indorsed as follows: Pay to the order of ; I know bat n y Redeemer liveth; George 'a*il be: “This is not the first time e have handled such an indorse ment. Whenever our friend has a anco with convivial companions and -<h a few plunks at a $5 limit, he • variably inserts the ‘redeemer’ eature.” Respectable. A curious idea of female respcctabll y prevails among some of the Kora •ar tribes. A woman who marries ••von men successively, one after an •ther, either after the death of her lusbands or after divorce, is consid red to be a respectable lady, and is ailed Pedda Boyisari. She takes the ead In marriages and other religious eremenies.—Times of India. We know a man who says he has absolutely nothing to be proud of, ex cept that never in his life did he twist an innocent remark into something vulgar. That ought to get him into tho good place whenjae dies, though. The brand that’s always good” Baxter’s Bullheads 5 CENT CIGAR The'Baxter Cigar Co., Denver. MRS. NANNIE KING. Prop. The Little Cottage Dining Room. 1936 Arapahoe Street. Surpassing Cuisine--Quick Service--Three Meals daily--Regular Dinner at Noon. Special Sunday Dinner from 12 to 3 p. m. WESTERN UNIVERSITY. The great Educational Institution for Kansas and the Wes DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College, Academic, Normal, Sub-Normal and State Industrial. COURSES:;} Classical, College-preparatory, Academic, Normal, Sub- Normal, Musical, (Instrumental and Vocal), including piano, organ and harmony, Drawing (Fine art and Ma chanical), Carpentry, Printing and Book-binding, Buai neai Course, Stenography and Typewriting, Tailoring Dressmaking and Plain Sewing, Cooking, Laundering, Farming and Gardening. ADVANTAGES: Splendid Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influence! and Thorough Taachera from the leading aehoola of America including Lincoln, University of Kansas, Wil |berforoe, Tuikegee and Hampton, INFORMATION! For terms, pricee and all inducements offered, write to WILLIAM T. VERNON. A.M., D.D.. Pres. Quindaro, Kansas. \ Ball Phones Office White 4302; Ree. West 15 fe WANTS* Ike Harris Orchestra Sctcb Selected Soloists * & HARRIS, Hunger, 1218 01ark*ombtr»*C M. Blw m