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Franklin's Paper The Statesman
VOL. XVII
Seventh year completed under present management.
At the close "I the seventh year the management "I the States
)min feels that a word of thanks to the people of Colorado for
their patronage would la- timely. Hy tin ir appreciation of tin
(food points of this paper and their eharily for its mistakes in
the seven years it lias grown from lms than two hundred sub
seribers to I.4iiS last week, not including agents' or sample or
single sales From the least of the colored papers of the state
it has come toll nsidored pr»-eminent. In aeromplishing this
we have tried to keep always in view the last interests of the rare
no b-ss than our personal in>rest. We have trail to (jive good
service at a fair price and have always stood ready to remedy
any omission of duty as soon as in formed of it. We have r
framed from misleading elat 11s and have sought huiuuess mi tin
sipiare and delivered the (roods t 1 every patron.
Not for self-glorification, but that tie real advancement of
ASPEN NOTES.
Weather fine, water in creeks not
high. Ashing good, ih the re f tort of
uiglers who have tried their skill
lx)uls Johnson of the Hlo Grande
train service leaves this week for Min
turn.
F. Hah*, who for some time has suf
f* red with rheumatism, is somewhat
lmj roved
Mrs. Cavil expects a \islt from her
daughters, who are now in California
in the near future
William Bettis, our popular dyer and
clean* r. is very busy at his establish
imnt on Mill street.
Several Aspenltes arc planning to
visit Glenwood Springs on Strawberry
Day.
Mr. Richard McGrew and wife spent
Saturday in the city from the Hunga
low. up Castle creek.
Messrs Brown, McGrew and Jackson
served the banquet nt Hotel Jerome for
the alumni on Friday night.
C E. JACKSON.
Correspondent
IDAHO SPRINGS, COLO.
Clement Brushwood vintt««l his par
fnla last week from Oakland, Cali
fornia.
Jake Bon a parto mot with a sad aeoi
‘lent In the Xewhouso tunnel, causing
h loss of two toes on his right foot.
Mrs John Galbreath is out again,
after an Illness of ton weeks
On tho night of May 31st Benjamin
Holley met hit death from the hand
of Miss Mellon Albert) Both parties
are well known in Denver. Mr Holley
being a member of the Denver Moil
Carriers’ union, and Miss Alherty being
DENVER, COLORADO, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1906.
laiaed in Denver. The remains weie
buried in Idaho Springs, and Mias Al
bert? hound over to September court on
a charge of murder in the first degree
The bond of f • • •«• has not been fur
nished
Eugene Parker is on crutches from
the actions of a broncho he was riding
Wednesday evening.
King Bradley was In the Capital
cit y on business
W E Owens was in tie- city on
business in behalf of Benjamin Holley.
Allie Grant arrived in the city from
Grand Junction. Colorado, and has
taken a (Kisltion in the NYwhouse tun
nc 1.
Janos Barber visited Denver Sun
day
Howard Jackson spent a few days In
th* cit\ last week
ll ' i Robt r; Pal In t s mot hi r, II • i
Walker of Denver, ifc visiting in the
city for a few days
v E • posit lon
at the Club hotel as waitress for the
senson
MANITOU NEWS.
Mis. Lillian linger!' leaves ihis work
fm 1 elluriilo for tho summer.
Tanner Lyceum opened for (ho sen
nm laal Monday evening. The town
hi II h 1- !>•■• n atcund and every Hon
d*> evening the meet Inga will lie hold
there. Offlcera will be elected June
Hit Ml menihers and friends are ur
gently roquoatod to bo present.
Mrs. Maria Fox was the guest of
Mlf sea Patterson and Thompson Sun
day.
Mr. Hubert Lincoln of St. I amis canto
to Mnnltou ns a tourist. After being
lien a few days and hearing that girls
would have charge of the Navajo ho .
Began with 200 copies, 1800 issued this week.
tlii- Statesman may tie understood and appreciated. »v invite a
enniparisnii of eircnlation. We have more suliseribers than all
tin' other papers in Colorado combined and three times as many
as as any one of them.
So much for the past and present. We trust to keep on gn w
iti'_' We want your news. We want your patronage in stth
seription and printing.
There are reforms to be brought about, new avenues of em
ployment to be opened, conditions peculiar to this section, to la
met. and "e ask your assistance in making the paper equal to its
opportunity. We shall not take refuge in publishing clippings
from other papers like lazy editors, but will seek to give the news.
Uememher that THIS IS YOUR PAPER, and it is for you to n-e
for tin- l~ st interests of the whole people.
j t«*l dining room, hi* had a talk with
I the proprietor and succeeded in secur*
! ing the iKvsition as headwaiter. Mr.
Lincoln is a race man front his heart,
I and Maniiou is congratulating the gen
| tleman after this success. He will em
ploy all colored waiters.
Mrs. Byron Buford of Pueblo spent
Tuesday with her daughter. Mrs. Lil
lian Ropers.
Mcsdames Harry Graves and George
Cot will of Cripple Creek, were the
I guests of Nits Harry Peppers last Sun
day.
I Mrs. S K Jones has been indisposed
for a few days, but is much better at
; present.
Mr. Han Tuppin of Detroit, Mich
igan. spent a few hours with his
brother last Sunday.
Mrs David Gilmore spent Sunday
with h«T husband, who is here for his
health Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore are
from Cincinnati, Ohio
Miss Marguerite Smiley, who is vis
iting her father, leaves this week for
St IxMtis and JefTerson City.
Mrs Robert Kimbrough of Denver
joined her husband last Sunday. They
are at the residence of Mrs Jerry
Stone.
Mr. and Mrs J M Jackson, who
spent the summer in Munitou five
.'ears apo. returned last week and
took possession of Mr. lxntis Harper's
residence.
Mr and Mrs Edward Weston enter*
tnined a few friends in honor of Miss
Smiley last Thursday evening.
Mrs Leotn Hampton has returned
home from an extended trip East r.nd
South.
Mrs Anna Brown of Denver is a
guest of her aunt. Mrs. Weston.
Mr. James Anderson will have
charge of the Iron Springs hotel din
inp room this season He will be in
Denver Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. P A. Hubbard has returned
from Macon. Missouri. While there
she erected a tombstone at her hus
band s grave.
BOULDER NEWS.
The rally ai the A M E. church last
Sunday was a success. Captain Oscar
White, $31.50; Captain Emma McVey.
$6 75. total raised. $53.51 for the trus
tees.
1 would like (or the pastors of the
Denver district to send in the names
of their delegates at once, so as to
have homes provided for them.
REV. G. \Y TOLSOX.
LA JUNTA, COLORADO.
Eugene Russ. Guy Coker. Tindall
Graves. Justin Mackey. Robert Black.
Orlando Jackson. Harry Perkins took
Colorado Springs by surprise Decora
tion Daj
Mrs George Gross of Rocky Ford
spt*nt Sunday in the city
Miss Mary Ellis left Thursday for
her home in Independence. Missouri.
Grant Harris if Pueblo is the guest
of W. Love.
After undergoing a critical operation
In the 1-a Junta hospital Beatrice
Tyler is doing nicely.
Luther Clemins and Rev Solly are
on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. Adams and Miss
A dam 8 of Swink were the guests of
Mrs H Moore Sunday.
Mrs Holly of Denver is the guest
of her daughter. Mrs Tyler.
Earl Gross was the guest of Harry
Marshall last week.
NO. 46

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