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Gardner Green leaf spent several days in the city last week. Mrs. L. M. Stiles of Arvada, was vis iting friends in this city the early part of the present week. Miss Frank J. Emperor,stenographer of the state land board at Denver, has been visiting her brother in this city for the last few days. F. N. Burk of Denver, president of the Bertha Gold Mining and Milling com pany is in the city. He came up for the purpose of looking after his interests. W. S. Leebrick, manager af the Mattie mine returned this week from a trip through New Mexico, where he went for the purpose of looking after his large mining interests. J. A. DesErmia, a prominent stock grower of down the creek, was in the city the latter part of last week. Mr. Des- Ermia is the father of Mrs. D. W. Phill ips, a resident of this city. Judge J. B. Moore of Lansing. Mich., a stockholder in the Big Five company is registered at the Club hotel. The judge visits this section quite frequently, and is a great admirer of Idaho Springs in par ticular. J. George Leyner, manufacturer of the Ley tier drill, was in the city during the celebration. Mr. Leyner returned to the capitol city much pleasad, as a result of his machine carrying off all the prizes in the machine drilling contest. Richard Willis of Colorado Springs ar rived in the city Monday afternoon, ac companied by Roland H. Meebtola of New York city. Mr. Willis is showing his friend over the district, as both are property holders in this locality. Dr. W. C. Abbott of Chicago, president of the Burns-Moore company is in the city this week. Dr. Abbott came here for the express purpose of attending the annual meeting of the board of directors of the company which was held on Wed nesday of this week. Oliver App, W. B. Anthony, and sev eral other well known members of the Typographical union of Denver, were in the city on Sunday. They came up for the purpose of attending the meeting of the board of directors of the Typo Mines and Tunnel company. Mrs. Edward Lauxman of Denver was visiting in Idaho Springs the greater part of last week. She was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morris. Mrs. Laux man and Mrs. Morris departed for Den ver Saturday afternoon, where Mrs Morris will spend the next week visiting friends. Tom Johnson, the ‘‘Cowboy States man,” now connected with the World’s Fair commission, was in the city during the celebration. Mr. Johnson is a resi dent of Loveland and never misses the opportunity of being present at a tourna ment for the purpose of urging his home team to victory. W. E. Pasmore, now a resident of Den ver was celebrating with the visitors dur ing the latter part of last week. Mr. Pasmore is now in Denver, holding a re sponsible position with the mine owners association, and announces that he likes the work very much. He returned to Denver Monday morning. Mrs. J. D. Williamson and two daugh ters, the Misses Margaret and Florence, left Monday morning for Denver from which place they took passage for Salt Lake City, where they will spend the next three weeks visiting the mother of Mr. Williamson. Mr. Williamson accom panied them as far as Denver. Mrs. Eva H. Patten, a former resident of this city, was here the latter part of last week. Mrs. Patten will be remem bered by many of the old timers of this district, having been married in this city. For the last few months she has been visiting in California. Mrs. Patton is at the present time a resident of the capitol city. Vollie Van Bramer, who has the dis tinction of not having missed a fireman’s tournament during the last eighteen years, where the Loveland team were participants, was a prominent spectator during the races last week. Mr. Van Bramer is a former resident of this city, having first located in Idaho Springs nineteen years ago. He only remained here for about two years after which he went to Loveland. W. H. Blair, for fifteen years a resident of Idaho Springs, left Wednesday for Marysville, Whasington, where he ex pects to remain in the future. Mr. Blair is one of the best known men in the Clear Creek district, having been engaged in various kinds of business during his residence here. Prior to eight years ago he was the owner of a iarge hard ware store. He then became connected with the Lowell Hardware company and has remained in the capacity of chief clerk ever since. Mr. Blair is recognized as au able, upright and honest business man, and the people of Idaho Springs were sorry to hear of his departure. It is the general opinion of many that Mr. Blair will not like his new field and will again return to this city and take up his residence. Lieut. Pedro L. Rivera of Buenos Ayres, arrived in the city Monday after noon and registered at the Club hotel. Lieut. Rivera is here for the purpose of looking over the mining district, and will in a short time continue on his journey to California. In speaking of the troubles now existing between Chile and the Ar gentine republic the lieutenant says that it is all over the boundary line which at the present lime is iu the hands of arbi trators. He says that Argentine has out grown the need of protection of the United States, as it now has a population of 5,000,000, and in the event of war could place 400,000 men in the field. It Dazzles the World. No discovery in medicine has ever created one-quarter of the excitement that has been caused by Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption. It’s severest tests have been on hopeless victims ol Consumption, Pneumonia, Hemorrhage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health. For Coaghs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever. Hoarseness and Whooping Cough it isthe quickest, surest cure in the world. It is sold by J . J. Slier win who guarantees satisfaction or refund money. Large bot tles 50c and SI. OO. Trial bottles free. Train 53 Will Leave Denver at 6:15 p.m. On Sundays via the Colorado and Southern for Gol den, Idaho Springs, Central City, Silver Plume and intermediate stations. 1 Take Your \ ♦ Own Case. ♦ ♦ ♦ $ You’re going east! a You want to go via the shortest route. Y Q You naturally select the Burlington —by v J many miles the shortest from Denver to Chicago. ’ 4 For Omaha and Chicago, leave Denver 4 p. 4 m. and 10 p. m. "" Y 0 For Kansas City and St. Louis, 3 p. m. and 0 7 10 p, m. X ♦ immm Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth Street ♦ G. W. VALLERY, 4 DENVER. V ; GEOT HUMPHREY t General Contractor * BUILDING PLANS ♦ ♦ SPECIFICATIONS ♦ References Furnished Correspondence Solicited 0 A P.0.80X 318 A ♦ 2553 EDWARDS STREET - - IDAHO SPRINGS, COLORADO £ 0$0$OSO$0«0«<>S<X;0$OA040-04xD Q Price or cost isn’t the ONLY thing to consider $ 9 in any purchase; it’s the VALUE of what you 6 9 get for the price that tells. A cheap photographic § p portrait that don’t please at the start, that 9 6 LOOKS cheap and may fade after a loved one 9 0 dies, is DEAR at any price. There’s a distinc- g 9 tion about those I make. ||A||ft||TftL| 9 VALUABLE .HOUGHTON f 9 Cor. 17th and Colorado, o ass w„“;„ on uiisb LOW RATES WEST To Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Return. Final return limit October 31, 1902. Rates from St. Louis, s2l 00; rates from Kansas City, $ 15.00; rates from Chicago, $25.00. Dates of sale: June 22, 23, 24; July 1 to 13 inclusive; August 1 to 14 in clusive; August 23 and z 4; August 30 to September 10 inclusive. All other days, June 1 to September 15 inclusive, 1902, one fare plus $2.00. Corresponding re ductions from intermediate points. Tell your friends in the east. See your nearest ticket agent or write H. B Kooskr, G. W. F. & P. A. Mo. Pac Ry., 1700-06 Stout St , Denver, Colo. This Saves You Money. Ranch butter 25c Blue Hill or Platteville creamery 35c thickens, ducks and green vegetables at Thero’S. For International Sunday School Convent ion at Denver June 26-July i,one fare for the round trip via the Colorado and Southern June 25 and 26, limit July sth. F. H. Weinhank, of Kingman, Neb., arrived in the city Monday and will spend the summer in Idaho Springs. Mr. Weinhank is a capitalist, and its pos sible he may make some investments in this district before returning home. When in need of anything in our line please remember phone, black 474. Adolph Nelson. Ring us up for anything. Telephone No. 511 Red. Weinberger. If you wish to sell your property list it with C. E. Harvey. Pride of the Rockies flour at Edwards’ Bros. illlSiili * X 4* £ Our stock is the largest and % best selected in the city * * <* and our prices the lowest J $ for the same class of goods. $ t ✓ Give us a trial and be con' Z t vinced. Our Bakery is up' x t* 5 t to'date. 4 Roberts Bros. i Mercantile Co | I I When You Build f BUILD RIGHT. LET US DRAW % - YOUR PLANS AND J MAKE YOU FIGURES. | ...MOSCRIPT & KEYES...! j | GENERAL CONTRACTORS IVVe will guarantee every dollar’s worth of work ; we do for you and make you prices consistent with good work. • -ASK US ABOUT IT- j « ...WE FURNISH... Steel Bridges, Trusses and Eye Beams : HU Tktnbs of Hrpuments.... Are made to secure business, but after all the argument that appeals is :: :: Ithe one of price jjj We name the lowest price; we also give J excellent service, but it is / / / I* Cbc Price that Always Takes the Business We quote prices that will easily interest you in Electric Lighting. Cascade Electric Co | The Bonieta Mill j —CUSTOM MILL i Free Milling and Concentrating The patron-ge of the mining public is requested. Satis- J faction guaranteed. jF. FREMONT REED, Manager. - Idaho Springs, Colorado. vwivwvwww vwwyrw oyyyvv ▼v » AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAaaaaa a. aAAA | Paint Up a ml j Paint Down i ; Anyway, just so you aid in brightening 1 up the J city. I can make you g’ood figures and do you ‘ good work~ - ■ ■ • = i T. F. O’DONNELL J« r ..