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GRAND JUNCTION, COLO.
Mr. Price, who has been very sick,
has recovered sufficiently to be able
to take short walks around the city.
Mrs. Lunn and sister is expected In
the city in the near future as guests of
Mrs. John Newman.
The writer being one of Kansas na
tive daughters, heartily voices the sen
timents of the Colorado Statesman,
when it says, Colorado being the next
door neighbor to Kansas, we should In
some befitting way celebrate the fif
tieth anniversary of the Battle of
John Brown, as on the 30th of August
all Kansas will unite in celebrating
this notable event. Let Grand Junc
tion be in the lead for a grand celebra
tion.
Mr. Patterson, who left for Glen
wood Springs some weeks ago, has re
turned and is seriously ill at the resi
dence of Mrs. Thomas Fields.
The Carnation Art Club will meet
with Mrs. John Hines Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed and family, Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Pearson and daughter
and Mr. Martin left Sunday morning
LOCAL AND THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE VIA THE RIO GRANDE
SYSTEM.
Denver to Colorado Springs and Pueblo—Leave Denver 8:00 (Pull
man accommodations only), 8:30, 0:30 a. m., 1:30, 3:50, 5:00, 7:00, 8:00
and 9:40 p. m.
Denver to Palmer Lake, Colorado Springs and Manitou, Sunday
Only—Leave Denver 8:20 a. m.
Denver to Florence—Leave Denver 8:30 and 9:30 a. m., 1:30, 8:00
and 9:40 p. m.
Denver to Canon City—Leave Denver 8:00 (Pullman accommoda
tions only), 8:30 and 9:30 a. m., 1:30, 8:00 and 9:40 p. m.
Denver to Salida and Leadville—Leave Denver 8:00 (Pullman ac
commodations only), 8:30 and 9:30 a. m., 8:00 and 9:40 p. m.
Denver to Buena Vista—Leave Denver 8:30 and 9:30 a. m., 8:00
and 9:40 p. m.
Denver to Glenwood Springs, Utah and Pacific Coast—Leave Den
ver 8:00 (Pullman accommodations only), 8:30 and 9:30 a. m. and
8:00 p. m.
Denver to Aspen—Leave Denver 8:00 p. m.
Denver to Grand Junction—Leave Denver 8:00 (Pullman accom
modations only), 8:30 and 9:30 a. m., 8:00 and 9:40 p. m. (via Marshall
Pass).
Denver to Gunnison, Montrose, Delta, Paonla, Ouray, Telluride and
Rico—Leave Denver 9:40 p. m.
Denver to Alamosa, Wagon Wheel Gap, Creede, Santa Fe, Pagosa
Springs, Durango, Farmington and Bilverton—Leave Denver 7:00 p. m.
Denver to Trinidad, El Moro, Walsenburg and La Veta—Leave Den
ver 7:00 p. m.
Denver to Victor and Cripple Creek—Leave Denver 5:00 p. m.
Denver to Kansas City and St. Louis—Leave Denver 9:30 a. m. and
5:00 p. m.
Dining Cars, Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Observation
Parlor Cars and Modern Day Coaches.
Open End Observation Coaches between Denver and Cripple
Creek.
Open Top Observation Cara (seats free), Through the Canons
During the Summer Months.
The most complete and satisfactory Colorado and Utah Service
ever established.
Inquire of any Rio Grande Agent for Information regarding "The
Scenic Limited"—The new Daylight Solid Vestibuled, Electric Lighted
Pullman Train through the Rocky Mountains.
Write for free Illustrated pamphlets.
S. K. HOOPER,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
Denver, Colo.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO.
for a two weeks’ stay on a camping
tour.
Mrs. Thomas Fields, who received a
severe fall in Glenwood Springs a few
weeks ago, received a similar experi
ence, again by falling from a large
transfer wagon on her way to a fish
ing party. She was only slightly
bruised, but badly shaken up.
Miss Pitts entertained in honor of
her young friends Thursday evening.
Music and games were indulged in and
delicate refreshments served.
Mrs. James Harrison and Mr. Shel
don was initiated in the Eastern Star
last Wednesday evening, after delicate
refreshments were served.
Miss Dora Newman is on the sick
list.
Mrs. Hattie Redd will leave Tuesday
morning on a two weeks’ fishing camp
ing tour.
Mrs. J. Mapps returned home Sun
day, much improved in health.
Mr. Jones, one of our best young
men and a meat cutter in one of the
largest meat markets in the city, is
filling a similar position in Palisade
for a few weeks.
Phone Main 3725 KlLLthi COUCH
Open Day and Sight AND CURE TW LUNGS
‘tSKF
Embalmer ■gjfg
Carriages furnished for all occasions. xHBOAT^d^UKo'^UIb
1020 19th Street 1 °mo»«r back. .
The Golden Chest Mining, Milling
and Tunnel Co.
v.
Incorporated under the lavra of tka State of Colorado.
CAPITALIZATION 250,000 Shares.
TREASURY STOCK 125,000 Shares.
Par Value $ 1.00,
< &
Series B. Block of 25,000 Shares st 25 cents per share
now la the time to Duy wnut tney are at a low figure ana in
tbe reach of all. One-tenth down and monthly payn.oU‘s o:
16.00. Write postal card for circular for full information or cal
at olßce, 1223 10th street, Denver, Colo. Q. C. SAMPI V. Nrv
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
08. w .• COTTBELL, UEV. .1 L I n .i
Pm« Denver. f*n*lot '/Aon Bipii**
J. W. JACKSON > « LEWIS
HON 0.0 SAMPLE, DR. P E SPRATLIN
Ex-mem-Cclorunn I^Hiaturt
C A. FRWKLIN. Editor Statesman.
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I We are now pleased to announce to 1
| the public that we are now locating at )
| 2067} Larimer street with all kinds of t
7 hair goods and ornamental goods of
J all kinds and we also announce we '
4 hare a full line of millinery in the
4 latest Parisian style in hats and bon- r
4 nets of all kinds. r
4 Miss Genevieve Hallowed, prop. }
M-s. J. R. Hallowall, mgr. .
THOS CLINGMAN
£?<y*yl f {fyiliicLl, *l
Cigars and Smoking Tobaccos j
Every accommodation for pleasure seekers. A •
home for strangers, (
Agent Dr. Perkins’ American Herbs. \
PHONE 3i« BLACK. 11^^
Pour of the most lesired te Amttle a

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