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Franklin's Paper The Statesman
vol. xv i r
COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West.
LARAMIE, WYOMING.
Chat. F. Albert. Agent.
Mr. John Crundy was In visit leg hia
family from Soda Sprint;
Mr. and Mra. Wesley Carey re
turned from Boulder an>l Denv< r. Colo
rado, where they visited relat.ves.
Mrs Thomas Price is expecting: to
leave for Omaha. Nebraska.
Castle hall. K. of i\. was th? place
of much enjoyment Tuesday evening.
It being Installation of office s and
a social dance. Refreshments were
served. C. F. Albert Installed the fol
lowing officers L. L. Lewis, C. C
Smith Bonnor. V. C M. M Midlson.
prelate; William Byrd. M. of Ex . W.
H. Pago, K of R. and S.. Thomas
Price, master at arms; Janies Cordon.
I G ; Robert Mundy. O. G By nccla
mation the lodge elected C. F. Albert
master of finance.
John Byrd of Kansas City. Missouri,
stopped at Argo, en route to Los An
geles. California.
Mr. Richard Henderson is the porter
for Homer Cowden’s barber sho|.
L. L. Lewis gave u spread at his
home Monday evening and invlt *d a
good number of Laramie's elite to
feast. He had everything of thn
season, and those fortunate to bo pres
ent are loud in praises.
DENVER, COLORADO, FRIDAY, JDLY 20, 1906
C. F. Albert is kept very busy at the
Depot hotel, travel being quite heavy.
Several strangers are in our city.
Room for more; you are welcome.
All subscribers to The Statesman
bcc the agent and pay up for the next
quarter. Do this at once.
In coming to l*aramle, remember the
Argo. Clean rooms, best of service.
\V. 11. Page and Henry l.ucas are
anglers to-day on Big 1-aramle river.
MANITOU ITEMS.
Mips Juanita Lloyd left Saturday
morning for Nevada. Missouri, to visit
her aunt. Mrs. Henry Johnson.
Mr and Mrs. Harvey Groves will
spend the summer in Mnnltou. They
are occupying the cottage of Mrs.
Bunker in South Mnnltou.
Mr. R Maple of Wichita. Kansas,
is a recent arrival in Manitou seeking
health.
Rev. Franklin Bray nnd brother of
Pueblo visited their father Sunday at
the residence of Mrs. Hubbard. Rev.
Bray. Sr., has been quite ill and ex
peels to return to Pueblo Monday.
Mrs. Maxcy of Oklahoma was the
guest of Mrs. Hubbard Tuesday. She
is an old friend nnd neighbor when
Mr. Hubbard lived in Fort Scott. Kan
sas.
The latest arrivals are Mr. Jno. Pro
throof San Jose. California; Mesdamea
M. Milchel and F. E. Cross of Okla
homa City.
Mrs. Lewis McKenzie, after some
months spent in Manitou, returned to
her home. Kansas City, last Sunday.
CEDAR HILL, COLORADO.
Wo wore visited last Saturday by
a heavy rainfall and cloudburst at 4:35
p. m . but no lives were lost.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fredrick lost
their entire household goods. The
water broke out in Stock canyon,
where they live.
Mr George Graves, formerly of Pu
eblo, lost his entire baching outfit,
consisting of a gold watch and lodge
pins No chance for recovery.
Mrs E. C. Tall and her eleven-day
old baby and Ira Washington had a
narrow escape, as the water was tak
ing away everything that come along,
but they made it to safety. Both
mother and baby are doing nicely.
Mrs. William Williams and Mrs. May
Thomas were in our burg from Do
laugua doing some shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Davis of Has
tings were also in our burg Sunday.
They were the guests of Mr and Mrs.
J. Cober.
CRIPPLE CREEK
Mrs. George Colwell and Jerry Rob
inson were among the many people
that left to spend the week in Denver.
Mrs. Buckner of Colorado Springs is
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Bueford.
this week.
The Rev. Mr Turner has returned
to the city, after spending his vaca
tion in lower parts.
A H. Waddy spent last Sunday with
his sister in Manitou.
Mrs. Ed Briggs left for her home in
Atchison. Kansas, after spending a few
months with her husband.
Those that are among the sick are:
Ed Owens. Riah Traylor and Harry
Hudson.
African Salt Marshes.
Along the central part of the Kongo
river tuere are a number of salt
marshes. The Africans dig shallow
holes in these, whence issue streams
of hot water which, on being evapor
ated, leaves a residue of salt.
Must Report First Robin.
From each weather bureau station
the appearance of the first robin In
spring must be reported by telegraph
to the Washington office. The move
ments of no other bird or animal are
noticed.
NO. 49

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