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ALBUQUERQUE NEWS.
The A. M. E. Church gave a nice Ice
cream social at the Burton Durham
residence last Thursday evening. The
yard and lawn were beautifully ar
ranged for such an occaiion. A most
enjoyable evening was si>ent by a
large crowd.
Miss Hilda Raffle, one of our most
popular society ladies, left Sunday for
the Pecos valley, one ol th** finest sum
mer resorts In New Me tic- . to recuper
ate during the summer months She
expects to be gone aboH six weeks.
Among those who iav- been very
successful in our city is Mrs. Alice
Pugh, who came here i few years ago
from Butte. Montana, a widow, with a
small baby to care for. She has bought
and paid for a nice home on the out
skirts of the city, where she has plenty
of land to raise garden truck and i»oul
try, which helps to mate her a living
Mr. Albert McClain, head waiter at
Sturgee hotel, and wife and family,
left Monday for Pori land. Oregon,
where they expect to reside in the fu
ture. Mr. and Mrs. McClain have lived
ir. this city several years, and It is with
regret that we lose them. A host of
friends wish them success iu their uew
home.
James Mackey, an cctcrprialng bar
ber of Prescott, stopp'd over in the
city Sunday, en route front Cincinnati,
Ohio, where he has Just put on sale a
fine automatic head reit fir barbels
use. Mr. Mackey is fotnu rly of Din
ver. He has a patent on I»ih sckmihi
effort.
Harry Hanks left Wcduesday for
El Paso. Texas
A TRAGIC FINISH.
A watchman's neglce |hm united a
leak In the great North Si dyke,
which a child's finger could have
■topiH'd, to become a ruinous break,
devastating an entlie province of Hol
land. In like manner Kenneth Mclv, i
of Vanceboro, Me., petmltted a little
cold to go unnoticed urtll .1 tragic fin
Ish was only averted by Dr. King's
New Discovery. lie writes 'Three
doctors gave me up to die of lung la
flaminatloti, caused by i m glee ted
cold; but Dr. King s New Discov. r>
saved my life.” Guaranteed Inst cough
and cold cure, at all druggists. suc and
SI.OO. Trial bo l tie free.
Give Few Degrees.
Asked why California » two tinker
• Mies—State nnd Stan fold —hnd grant
ed so few doctors of philosophy de
grees—only twenty-five 1 1 s von years
—President Jordan of Stanford said
"By wider Introduction cf the trading
stamp principle' in hlg’ter education
the number of decrees could he in
creaae<l. but with no & Ins to Foioncc
and art
ONLY 82 YEARS OLD.
“I urn only 82 yearn old and don't
expect even when I got (o ho real old
to fool that way ns long as I can rr'
Electric Hitters.” s-ivs Mrs K. H
Brunson, of Dublin, (i.» Surely then :>
nothing else keeps the oIJ as young
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
anti makes the weak as strong as th(3
grand tonic medicine. Dyspepsia, tor
pid liver, inflamed kidneys or chronic
constipation are unknown after taking
Electric Bitters a reasonable time.
Guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50c.
When you come to Colorado
Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at
the “The Quenn Anne” 320 E. Cos
tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and
board at reasonable rates. 22 9
Don’t complain alxmt accommoda
tions when you go to Cripple Creek,
but go to Miss Maggie Stower's.
First class Booms, Electric Lights
and Bath in connection. 333 Myers
Are. East.
Mrs Hattie E. Daniels at Trinidad,
Colorado, will accommodate all per
rons who come to that city at her up
to-date rooming and hoarding house,
303 Church street. 8-20
BE SURE TO ROOM with Mrs. S.
I. Bunker when you go to Manltou,
Colo. Modern house, very convenient.
When going to Colorado Springs
writ- Mrs. Louisa Armstead, 321 East
Cimmarron, for rooms. Her rooms
are new, modern and conveniently lo
cated. Prices reasonable. Prompt re
ply by mail
81 PENT iS ALL IT WILL COST YOU
■ ■ |P IN I to write for our big FKKK BICYCLE catalogue
Wk|| I MKtwme the most complete line of high-grade
■ TIKI> M XDKILStt fKICLS
H BKLOW any other manufacturer or dealer in the world.
IDO HOT BUYi I BKrCLE :r?. ' Z
or on anr kind of (rr-ms. until you have received our complete Frew t'ata
•‘Htuea illustrating and describing every Lind of high grade and low grade
bicycle*. old patterns and latest models, and learn of our remarkable LOW
ritICKS and wonderful new offer* made possible by selling from factory
direct to ndcr with no middlemen's profits.
SHIP OB APPROVAL n-:hout a imt drfnut, Fay the Freight and
all"« lo l>avs Frew Trial and make other liberal terms which no other
house in the world will do. Y u wijl learn everything and get much valu
able information by simply writing us a postal.
We nerd a ffMtf 4|Mf in every town and can offer an opportunity
to make money to suitable young men who apply at once.
D PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES ? " H
99.50 |»T iviir. W M QI J PAIR
To Introduce Mm
wo win son i»cw
Too • Sample Ui »o» t let
Pair lor Only olt the air
(CASH WITH ORDCR ». Ss>
NO WORC TROUBLE ROM PUNCTURES. J7
Result 15 years experience lire
making. No dunger from THORNS, CAC- IB
TVS. PINS. NAILS. TACKS or GLASS. IB ??“” 9?
Serious punctures, like intcnlional knife cuts, can and -D.-aiao rim atrip «ir
be vulcanixcfl like any other tire. *«» prrreot rim rutting. Thla
Tno Thousand pairs now in octuil usa. Owr V “7a^is.?4!' '%jS? lC °'Si
•twnty-fivf Thousand pairs sold last yoar. I y tsy kuding. 0
DCMCfttPTWH t Made in all siren. It is lively and easy riding, verv durable and lined inside
with a ape- lal quality of rubber, which never become* porous and which closes up small puncture*
without allowing the air t" r% ape. Wr have hundreds of letter* front satisfied customers stating
that then tires have only l*cen lumped up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than
■ n ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities being given by several layers of thin, specially
prepared f*bin n the tread That "Holding Hack" sensation commonly felt when ruling on asphalt
or soft i.tads is overcome by the patent ‘Basket Weave" trend which prevents all aw from being
•queered out Tv-tween fir tire and the road thus overcoming all suction. The regular price of the«-c
tires I* fs S • j*rr pair, but for advertising purpose* we are niakiug n special factory price to the rider
of oulv h n.» per pair Atl orders shipped same day letter is received We ship C.O.D. on approval.
You do not p>v a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented
We will allow a rash discount 0(5 percent (thereby making the price 84. Aft per pair) if you send
FI LL riHIl WITH OItDLK and enclose this advertisement. Wc will also send one nickel
plated brass hand pump and two Sampson metal puncture closers on full paid orders (these metal
puncture closers to l*e used iu case of intentional knife cuts or heavy gashes). Tires to l>c returned
at Ol II r\prti*c if f<>r any reason they are not satisfactory on examination.
We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is ns safe ns in a hank. Ask your Postmaster
Banker. I vpirss.u I 'l i n:lit Agent or the Kditor of this paper about uv If you onlrr a pair of
tliese tirrs, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last longer and look
finer than any tire you havervrr used 01 seen at any price. We know that you w ill he so well pleased
that when you want a bicycle vou will give us your order. Wc want you to send us a small trial
order at once, hence this remarkable tirr offer.
CTTD KHDAMfiTO saddle*, pedals, parts and repairs, and
f L/l»OnalllfiOf everything in the bicycle line ate s*dd by us at hall the usual
prices charged by drab is mid irpnit men. Write for our big KI'XDKY tatnlogur
81/17 \AfA #7 * M,t wntr ~s n poatal today. IM» NOT THINK OF Itl'WNO a
flWl vwMl§ bicycle or apr r of tires from anyone until you know the new and
wiindetful oilers wc are making It only costs u jM-t.»l to lenin everything Write it NOW.
MEAD CYCLE COMPANY,*Dept. “JL” CHICACO.’ILL
Denver Professionals
The Statesman takes pleasure in introducing the
following colored professionals and recommends them
as competent in their lines. Show yourself a race
lover by patronizing them. Be a booster.
bone Main 5349.
B. F. HARRIS,
EXPRESS NO. 444.
Stand 19 & Champa
Til. Main 3475
T. LOWE
EXPRESS
Evervlxxly's business desired.
Vou will be treater) right.
Stand Hand Court Place
Rekiilenre. 1710 Lafayette Bt. Phone Blue 1544
JOS. H. STUART
Lawyer,
Practises in All Courts.
Office 329 Kittredge Bldg.
Cor. 16th and Glenarm.
Res. 2227 LiiieolD Are.
Phone Olive 294.
Examining abstracts of title,
and drawing up legal docu
ments given careful attention
Dr. E. L. FAULKNER.
PHYSICIAN ANO SUPCCON.
f I to 10 a. m.
Hours < 1 to 4 p. m.
( 7 to 6 p. m .*
_ . (10 to 11a.m.
Bnnd«r,j ;ioSp m
Diseases of Women and Childieu.
A Specialty.
PHONE OFFICE MAIN 463.
1021 19th Street and
1863 Arapahai St. Dtavir
(• to 11 a. an..
Hours a 3 to ' and
( 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. W. A. JONES.
911 21st Street.
Near Champa
PHONES: During Office Honrs. 645 Red.
Out of office Hours. 1664 Main
OFFICE (0 TO II am.
1023 I9im ST. moursal TQ4 p.m.
TKL.MAIN 6608 ( 7 TO 6 P.m.
DR. P. E.
SPRATLIN.
Residence: 2226 Clarkson streM.
Telephone York 123
DRS. WESTBROOK AND
HARPER.
915 Twenty-First Street.
DR. J. H. P. WESTBROOK,
Physician and Surgaon.
DR. J. A.'HARPER,
.Ointist.
Phone Main 1144.

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