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Personal Briefs,
Who They Are, What They Are
and Where They Are.
Miss Mamie Blue is in the city, the
guest of Mrs. Guv Stills.
S. E. Waddy of Cripple Creek is in
t! e city this week.
John Smith has returned from
Texas.
Mrs. George Lewis of 2334 Welton
street, after spending two weeks in the
hospital, is on the road to recovery
under the care of Dr. Cottrell.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Burney have re
turned to their home in Silverton.
While here they were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs A1 Froman.
Will Hall is in the city from Boulder
spending a few' days with h*' w’if". wuo I
is here also.
Rev. C. D. Douglass is spending a<
few days in Colorado Spr.ugs for the
benefit of his health.
At a regular meeting of Golden Gate
drill team Saturday. Mr. anrl Mrs. Law
son presented Richard WRiinnu with
a most handsome apron in apprecia
tion of his services as drill master.
The apron was presented by Mrs. D. H.
Williams of Queen of the West No. 1.
Miss Minnie Mae Bailey of Dallas is
in the city, the guest of hei uncle R.
C. D. McCullough of 2025 Hamlin
street. She was accompanied by Mrs.
S Jackson.
G A Derry has returned from Ala
mosa.
R. S. Graves of Alamosa was in the
city last week.
KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE DATE.
An Indian tribe will appear at
Campbell A. M. E. Church August
30th.
Mrs. C. W. South of Omaha and lit
tle son Orlo are in the city visiting her
mother Mrs. K. A. Johnson of 2748
California street.
Alexander Lilly, one of Louisville’s
oldest citizens, is In the city visiting
his grandson and granddaughter of
2449 Welton street. Mr and Mrs
Brown formerly of Minneapolis. He Is
a member of the A. M. E. Church, an
Odd Fellow and a true Reformer, and
would be glad to meet any of the
brethren.
Miss Eva Jones has gone to Creede
to spend the summer.
Mrs. Silas Johnson gave a dinner
party last Thursday afternoon compli
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
mentary to several of the summer vis
itors. The guests were all young la
dles and the spread was dayity and de
licious as became the occasion. James
Anderson, who has been in Walden,
manager of the Park hotel, has gone
to Colorado Springs for the benefit of
his health While passing through
Denver he was the guest of John Mor
ris and Walter Vernell.
Perseverance Not Eneugvt.
W. H. Plgg. who has started an elk
ranch at Freshwater, Colo., was show
ing Ills herd of elk to a party of east
ern capitalists.
"I am sure you will succeed In this
venture, Plgg," said a broker. "You
are a persevering man and persever
ance always brings success.” Mr.
Plgg laughed.
"• am persevering," he admitted,
"and 1 believe in perseverance. At
the same time I don't rate it as high,
sir, as you do. Perseverance without
Intelligence is nothing. A hen can sit
a year on a china egg, but there will
be no results."
Secret.
"So you are a social leader In the
scintillating set at Newport?" Interro
gated the bold stranger.
"Yes," replied the woman with the
diamond dog collar, "and 1 am proud
of It."
"I dare say you are. But tell me
why It Is the smart set does not enter
tain any more baboons at luncheon?"
"'Sh! We discovered that the ba
boons were acting as reporters for
Gusher's Topics."
Japanese Imperial Library.
The Japanese Imperial Library at
Toklo has on its shelves something
like S,OOO written and printed mathe-
BaMcal works, extending as far back
as 1595.
NOTICE.
Persons having matter ror publi
cation will bear In mind that this
paper goes to press Thursday night
and not Friday noon as formerly. Thlß
will necessitate earlier mailing of
correspondence of all kinds. The ear
lier It comes, the more likely you are
to have it printed in Its entirety. We
are no respecter of p ersons and give
all an even break. But we cannot do
the Impossible, so If your matter
comes to us late, do not complain
that It Is "cut” or even left out.
Get your Jewelry and tableware,
doctors' and surgical Instruments, bi
cycle and harness parts replaced at
2461 Curtis street. All kinds of metal
goods plated by A. J. Briggs, Phone
Main 7076. Goods called for.
ANDERSON & CO.
The colored dealers
2527 Larimer street. Phone Main 5445
Flour feed kindling and farm produce.
Any grade of coal delivered at market price.
Ice delivered anywhere.
SELLING
DATES
Of one fare for Round Trip Tickets,
GOOD 30 DAYS with stop-over
, privileges.
JULY 10,19,20,21,22,27,31
Also every day to Fishing Parties
of three or more.
Send 15c in stamps and get a hamdsome
9.1 x 12i color reproduction of Chari** H.
Harmon'* famous painting of the Seren
Castles, “Fine enough for a wedding pre
sent.” Any Midland Agent or
• City Ticket Office,
17th & California Streets.
C. H. Speers, G.P.A., Denver
Attention! —^l
“The Statesman'* *••«»»• «■»•«***■*.
cm Jab Mating Dspsitaat, tk
Imprint on yoor >sp«farf»7«g«»wadba«» all
Job Printliii 5T.£!S'
Is a sign of **“
Excellence.
THE STATESMAN
1026 19th Street, Near Arapahoe.
DR. W J, COTTRELL, Physician and Surgeon, Proprietor.
COTTRELL’S PHARMACY
2100 ARAPAHOE STREET.
PHONE 3230 MAIN.
Pure drugs, hot and cold drinka, toilet article*--Prescriptions carefully com
pounded by the only colored registered .’pharmacist in Colorado.
Prompt delivery to any part of Ik* city.
Open dae and night

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