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I “MADE IN COLORADO”
Mountain & Plain
; PURE READY MIXED PAINT
: COLORADO’S STANDARD BRAND
> THIS PAINT IS JUST A LITTLE BETTER THAN ANY OTHER
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> FOR SALE BY
! The Lowell Hardware Co.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
’ IDAHO SPRINGS, .... COLORADO.
L. G. DAVENPORT
$ SUCCESSOR TO
i ..THb CASH MARKET..
+ CARL & ADDIS *
| 1617 MINER STREET, IDAHO SPRINGS, COLO.
*l* I hire no bookkeepers, run no accounts, lose no bills and you are not
*r compelled to pay what other people fail to pay. I carry a full line of
I MEATS, FISH, OYSTERS and PROVISIONS
T A neat, clean, reliable market for the people. Orders taken and goods
J delivered.
y The Successful Tailor is the Up-to-Date Tailor.
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. — — You can be dressed stylishly and
/ fflt ' save money on each suit when
/ you get your clothes from
| fell L.LASAROW
/ Up-to-Date Cutter
J ■ and Fitter
Motto
best workmanship,
' STYLE AND PERFECT FIT
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£ He will save you $lO.OO on each suit by taking
2 care of your clothes six months free of charge.
$ Call and examine his line of Imported and Do--
mestic Spring Goods, which beats the prices and style
2 of any tailor in Northern Colorado.
jit The Successful Man Is tHe StylisH Man j*
I :: THOMAS B. CROW :
1 ;; ASSAYER AND CHEMIST ‘
i :: :
I<> Examination of Mines and Mining Properties <
" Management, Development and Equipment of
‘ - Mines = ’
° Member of the American Institute of Mining <
% ' * - - Engineers '
i ° <
% | *“*
% ;; Assays and Analysis of Ore Receive;
5 i ► Prompt and Careful Attention, and an Absolute Guarantee <
1 o REFERENCES FURNISHED <
3 ° Telephone No. i 1419 Miner Street 4
Idaho Springs, Colorado
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| ... -ARE YOU—
j A Stranger Within Our Gates?
Ilf so, we wish to inform you that we carry the largest
stock of Building Material, Mining Timbers, Cement, Lime,
Corrugated Iron, Nails, etc., in this section of Colorado. If
not a stranger, you know the half has not been told.
"Everything Used in the
Construction of a Building."
The IDAHO SPRINGS LUMBER CO
JOHN HALL. WILLIAM DUNTON. C. S. BIRKINS
Here’s Your Name
Frank Esshom of Denver was a visitor |
in the city on Tuesday.
Clint Smith of Ute creek was'shaking !
bands with friends in Idaho Springs last
Sunday.
L. A. Hanchett, manager of the Cas
cade Electric company, paid a visit to the
capftol city last Mouday.
A. F. Loeffler, wife and daughter, Miss
Francis, left Monday morning for the
capitol city, where they visited several I
days.
George J. Marshall and H. S. Mackey, I
both of Lamartine, spent last Sunday in
Idaho Springs. Of course they attended
the ball game.
T. R. Hennahan, superintendent of the
Gunnison tunnel, visited his.family in
this city last Sunday. He returned to
Montrose by Mouday morning’s train.
Miss Francis J. Emperor of Denver
visited her brother in this city last Sun
day. Miss Emperor is official stenog
rapher for the state board of land com
missioners.
County Superintendent of Schools Mrs.
M. A. Bowman left Monday afternoon for
Fort Collins where she attended a three
days’ session of the County Superintend- '
ents State association. She returned home ,
Friday.
Miss Ida Watson, the young lady who j
is representing Idaho Springs as a student ■
at the Denver University Conservatory of ■
Music, visited her parents iu Idaho !
Springs last Saturday and Sunday. She '
returned to Denver Monday morning to <
resume her studies.
O. Iverson, one of our well known '
business men, left Monday morning for '
Georgetown where he expects to remain
until the end of the week. Mr. Iverson’s !
face was twice its natural length, due, he '
said, to the one fact that he was com- <
pelled to serve his county as a juror at .
the present session of the district court.
Wm. Chester Prescott, late of Boston, '
was a visitor in Idaho Springs the latter >
part of last week. Mr. Prescott has been !
visiting the various milling districts of '
Colorado and pronounces Idaho Springs *
the model camp. He left on Monday ,
morning for Estes Park, at which place ]
he will remain until July 1, when he will *
return to this city.
Reasonable and Reliable Fire Insurance—
Over $3,000,000 in Force.
The National Mutual Fi»-e Insurance
company has appointed Mr. A. Seidler
as agent with office in Crow’s assay office.
The old line—combine—companies
took from our state last year, over and
above losses, over $1,740,000 —see audi
tor’s report for 1901. They now propose
to increase the rates 25 per cent. This
trust is one of the most arbitrary and in
solent in the nation. It makes each agent
a member of this combine by virtue of
his contract.
The National Mutual is not in this in
surance trust. It has carried its members
for the past four years at half the trust
rate and will so continue.
It has no contests nor unpaid losses.
It has a greater reserve in proportion
to liabilities than any other company
doing business in the state.
It is managed by the very best busi- '
ness men in the state.
These are facts worth investigation and !
consideration and can be verified by legal '
statistics. <
W. R. Callicotte, General Agent.
Call on A. Seidler, local agent.
Teachers Going East.
From present indications there will be
a large delegation of Colorado teachers
persue their summer studies at eastern
points and the Union Pacific has added a
tourist car to their train leaving Denver
for Chicago at 10:30 p. m. daily and au
thorized special rates on June 6,7, 13, 14
and daily June 24 to September 12, lim
ited to return until October 31. The
Union Pacific has free reclining chair cars,
dining cars and standard sleeper on its
trains Denver to Chicago without change.
See your local agent or address E. R.
Griffin, general agent, Denver.
Shudders at His Past.
“I recall now with horror,” says Mail
Carrier Burnett Mann, of Levanna, 0.,
“my three years of suffering from Kid
ney trouble. I was hardly ever free from
dull aches or acute pains in my back. To
stoop or lift mail sacks made me groan.
I felt tired, worn out, about ready to give
up, when I began to use Electric Bitters,
but six bottles .ompletely cured me and
made me feel like a new man.” They’re
unrivaled to regulate Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys and Bowels. Perfect satisfac
tion guaranteed by J. J. Sherwin. Only
50 cents.
The new Panama and Alpine hats, also
Graecos, in all the late spring colors, now
shown at Nelson’s.
“JUST THE BEST.” j
PEOPLE’S MARKET I
IDellor $ Peterson I
PROPRIETORS •

Fresh Meats .... •
Canned Goods . . f
Delicatessen .... •
I Fresh Vegetables . $
Fruit in Season . .
| Goods Delivered Free of Charge
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
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I “ JUST THE BEST. ” i
1 :
Every policy from my agency carries the above
label. When you find this label on a policy you can
be certain the insurance is perfect-mothing better
can be offered. As the agent for the largest and
best insurance companies, I furnish the most liberal
policies and guarantee my rates are the lowest for
reliable protection.
Fire Insurance, Accident and Health Insurance,
Employers Liability Insurance, Plate Glass Insure
ance, Boiler Insurance.
SIDNEY MORITZ, the insurance agent,
OFFICE IN HANCHETT BLOCK, s IDAHO SPRINGS, COLO
THAT LONG-LOOKED-FOR RAIN
Is here and the drough is at end. In money
matters a “rainy day” is an unwelcome
visitor. A wise provision against the dis
comforts of that day is a good savings ac
count at this Bank. Allow us to talk with
you about this, matter.
The Merchants and
Miners National Bank
C. S. BIRKINS, President.
0 GEORGE RILEY, Vice President.
G. E. ARMSTRONG, Cashier.
j CLIFF HOUSE j
| J. W. RICKARD, Proprietor. |
| * ONE BLOCK FROM HOT AND COLD SODA SPRINGS * |
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RATES REASONABLE
Z Idaho Springs, - - Colorado J
When you have plumbing to do jb
I GIVE CLAYTON A CHANCE |
To figure with you. His work is good and his pric- 5*
es are fair and he will put you in plumbing that will ■£
relieve you of care. %c, JS
I EDWIN B. CLAYTON §

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