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Colorado
Springs
D. B, Faw, Agent/802 N. Walnut St.
Phone Main 1024.
Indies who expect to do .1 great deal
of calling this summer should see the
agent and have him supply them with
the latest and best linen cards at low
prices.
Hello! Call at Jenklu’a Tee Cream
Parlors ami be served. Ice cream luu
chc-on and soft drinks from 10 a. in. to
12 p. m. 105 South Tejou street, up
stairs.
You can secure first-class l>oaid and
lodging at William Seymours ranch.
Everything modern. Spring water Is
served. Address. Cl 2 Arlington street
If you have news and do not see an
ng« nt. pleuse leave the same at Jen
kin's Ice Cream Parlor, 105 Smith Te
Jon street, upstairs.
Is Grant Lyceum dead? Who assas
vlnated it* and will idleness preach Its
funeral ? Tanner Lyceum in Manitou
would like to resurrect tbe dead with
a Joint debate such as tested the seat
ing capacity of Payne chattel last sea
son and brought forth tome hidden
talent.
Mrs. Smith Gee entertained quite a
number of young people Friday even
Ing In honor of her nephew, sir. Miller
A pleasant time was the reward of aP
present.
Robert S. Scott, better known as Pal
mer House Scott, died July 2G. 1906
He was known In hot* 1 circles ovei
half of this contlneii . He was a
congenial, big-hearted, good fellow, but
1 cast him his life at the mercy of his
friends. In Ills death jourtg men can
iearn a great lesson: that s« If present a
tion is our first duty. Homeless and
penniless though be wan. Mr. and Mrs.
S. B. Fleming and others did not turn
their backs upon him. as :s true in
most cases of like nature. Mr. Flem
Ing made known his needs to the hotel
and club men. who quickly responded
to the call of duty. Those assisting
were: Cliff house, Iron Springs and
Navajo hotels, Manitou; LI Paso Elks.
Pike’s Peak and Driving clubs, and
Alamo hotel, Colorado Springs. Eight
een of his friends marched lx hind the
corpse on Its way to the city of the
dead. Rev. Q. M. Tillman preached a
very touching funeral. Mr. and Mrs.
S. B. Fleming wish to thank the friends
for their ready response.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO
Mrs. Link, formerly of Toi>eka, Kan
sas. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jef
ferson.
Mrs. Sarah Henderson, the niece of
Mr. ami Mrs. Holmes, spent a few days
in the city lasi week.
Who said Denver could not run an
excursion to the Springs any more?
A large crowd was in attendance to
see the K. of P.'s grand session, which
was a representative gathering of the
order. Just a little more training
would have added much to the parade.
Practice mak< s perfect."
Mrs. Woodson left this week for her
foimer home, Km|>oria. Kaunas.
Mrs. Alice Douglass has returned
from a two weeks' stay in Lawrence,
Kansas, her old home, and rays Colo
rado Springs is good enough for her.
Rev. Ford of Denver paid us a visit
this week.
Mesdames Hattie L. Congdon and
Lillian Clark of Denver spent a few
days sight seeing in the city.
Miss Golden Smith left Tuesday to
spend a few weeks w ith h* r mother in
Grand Junction. Colorado.
We are glad to welcome Mr. James
\nderson hack home again.
Mrs. Carrie Henderaou of Chicago is
{topping at Mrs. F. Franklin's and ex
,x*cts to n main through the month of
Auguat.
Miss Ross of Mobile. Alabama, is a
distinguished visitors in our city.
Mrs. L. McHaino is visiting relatives
and friends in Cripple Creek. Come
back, Mrs. Mcßalne, it is feared al
ready you have eloped.
Mrs. Enola De Clelland was quietly
married Thursday evening to Mr. J.
E. Wilson of Omaha. Nebraska, at the
residence of Mrs. Pennington. The
bride and groom will remain here
about six weeks and spend their honey
moon. Boys, It dot*s not pay to be too
slow. Mr. Wilson appears to be all
thnt will make a good husband, and Is
a congenial fellow to meet.
All looks hopeful that harmony will
reign in the colored political camp
here this fall. lA*t the green-eyed
monster of jealousy be buried.
Miss Minnie Gilmore, a trained
nurse of Leavenworth, Kansas, is vis
iting her brother, G. W. Gilmore, 609
Haltic street Miss Gilmore is another
example of what Kansas is producing.
Mrs. E. P. Boose, accompanied by her
little daughter, Baby Booze, and sister-
Miss Eva P. Montgomery, of Mound
Bayou, Mississippi, have joined Man-1
ager E. P. Boose of the Western Enter- I
prise. We welcome them home.
Memoers and friends of Payne
chapel, yet your dollar money ready,
for Rev. G. M. Tillman is abroad in the !
land.
The office of the Western En
terprise has been thrown open
to the agent of the States
man. and we are invited to share our
brother’s desk. Brotherly love will
some day rule the world, at which time
the world will be far better than it is
to-day.
Misses Jennie V. Collier and Jennie
Johnson entertained a goodly number
oi friends Thursday eveniug at .'MI
South Weber street, in honor of Misses
Jennie Hicks and Ethel Minor of Den
ver. Those present spent a delightful
evening.
IDEAL DRESSMAKING.
I.adies need no longer long (or good
service or fashionable dressmaking
The Ideal Dressmaking Parlors a I
I2C 18th Street is conducted by Mad
am McQruder, on the highest order
Tailor made shirt waists a specialty
Pattern made to order. Prices cheer
fully quoted. 'Phone 1CS9 Main.
FOR SALE CHEAP.—Sterling pi
ano. concert siie. Write O. T. Jack
son. R F. D. No. 1, Box 23. Boulder.
Colo Can be bought on monthly pay
ments.
"THE SCENIC LIMITED."
The fast (rain between Denver, Col
mulo Springs and Pueblo. Leaves
Denver every morning at S o'clock via
the Rio Grande and is made up entirely
of Pullman equipment—Dining Car.
Observation Car and Sleepers
“I nn» only 82 years old and don't
ex|H*ct even when 1 get to be real old
to feel that way ns long as 1 can ge;
Electric Ritters." says Mrs. E. H
Brunson, of Dublin. Ga. Surely there's
VISITORS TO DENVER
Will appreciate the cleanliness the expert
workmanship and most of all the artesian
water used exclusively in
ORAN C. GOENS’ BARBER SHOP
£ 1226 EIGHTEENTH ST.
Newly Fitted Out. Hot and Cold
Fine Line of Cigars, Baths.
nothing else keeps the old as young
and makes the weak as strong as thi3
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.
PEOPLE’S M. E. CHURCH.
Colorado Springs. Colorado, August 5,
1906.
Rev. H. South, P. E., will hold hia
second quarterly meeting Sunday at
11 a. m., 3 p. m. and 8 p. m.
There will be baptism in the after
noon.
All are cordially invited to attend
all of the services.
REV. G. E. TROWER, Pastor.
Had His Advantages.
An English woman had had a good
dea! of trouble with her husband, who,
according to her account, was a mon
ster of iniquity. Some one asked why
she had married a person of such
character. “Well, you see. he ain’t
my first.” was the reply; “I was per
tickler about my first. This here's my
second and a bad tin at that. But
there!” with a shrug of the shoulders.
“He’s n shade better than the work
*us!”
J. H. Caulsbmv,
All Kinds of
ELECTRIC WORK
DONE PROMPTLY.
216 Lincoln Ave.
Colorado City, Colo.
Phone W. 10 A.
CALL AT NIGHT CALL AT DAY
Stand Pboue Bed Cl Stable Pbone West 69
W. H. DEDRICK.
Hack No. 93.
STAND AT CAP POWELLS
CAFE
Colorado Spriuffs Colorado City

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