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GRAND
JUNCTION
Mr. Patterson, who has lived in G J
for the last two years, died Thursday
morning at the residence of Mrs. Scott.
He was a victim of consump’ior and a
great sufferer. His relatives hn.v been
notified in Chicago and it is oxpetud
the body will be sent East lor burial.
Mr. Newman and daughters v sited
Olenwood Springs last Saturlay and
after riding around the city in a hand
some automobile by the hospitality ex
tended them by some of their fr ends
and viewing Glonwood in Its grandeur
and beauty, they returned home much
pleased.
Mr. William Sheldon, one of Grand
Junction s most prominent men. was
united in marriage to Mrs Funny King
at Salt I*ak»* last Tuesday Mr She!
don's many friends wish him and his
bride a long and proei>erojs journey
through life.
Master Jesse lirooks will leave to
day for Great Falls, Montana, to visit
his mother.
Mrs T P. entertained at
cards Saturday afternoon Those in
vited were Mrs Mapps. Warfield and
Mlsr Anna Newman
Arthur Newman and \VI 1 Jones re
turned to Grand Junction their former
home.
Miss Dorn Newman is the guest of
Miss Hall at Glenwood Spr ngs
Mr Perry Johnson will leave in Au
gust for Ohio. Mr Johnson is one of
Grand Junction's most brilliant young
men; one the community l» expecting
great things of He will enter Ober
lln College in September
Mrs Hates of Salida. who was the
guest of Mrws Lee W illiams the past
week, returned to her home Thursday
much pleased with Grand Junction.
Mrs. Sheldon was in the city from
Ema, Colorado, the guest of Mrs Hut
lor.
Mrs. George Smith will leave In a
few days for Salida. her futuie home
The Carnation Club met with Mrs
T. P. Wednesday.
Wednesday the Cart at ion Club
met with Mrs. John Hines One-half
hour was devoted to fancy work, an
other to the discussion of <omc of our
best colored writers, after which the
following officers were elected for a
three months’ term. Mrs. Fannie W’ar
field, president; Mrs James Harris,
THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO.
vice president; Mrs John Mapps, sec
retary; Mrs. T. P. Langon. assistant
secretary; Miss Anna Newman, trea
surer; Mrs John Hines, reader and re
porter.
Mrs Simm and sister Mrs Turner
who was expected in the city as guests
of Mrs. John Newman, owing to illness
in their family, was unable to stop on
their route to Denver from Salt Lake.
Their friends regret the same very
much, as a reception was in progress
in their honor to he given at the resi
dence of Mrs Newman
One of the swell events of the past
week was the afternoon card party
given by Mrs John Mapps at her resi
dence. 314 Gunnison which was pret
tily and artistically decorated for
the event. Those invited were
Madames John Newman.‘Fannie War
field. Woodard. Langon. Harris. Mapps.
Hines, Misses Anna Newman. Edna
and Bessie Price. Orvta Hines. S.
Sheldon Dainty refreshments were
served. The color scheme was pink
and white
W ALSEINBFRG COLO J ...
Mr. Pink C. Steele and Miss l*avina
White were married at Walsenburg
July 15th. Rev Joseph Gaston officiat
ing.
Fred Richards left Wednesday to at
tend the grand lodge at Colorado
Springs
Mrs. C. P. Llnthkotne was visiting
at Walsenburg Monday
Rev. Jeff Davis of Trinidad made a
business trip to Walsenburg Tuesday.
Humphrey Painter has opened a bar
ber shop on West Seventh street. Give
hint a call.
J. A. Moore was a Pueblo visitor last
Sunday.
Mrs. White entertained at high five
Saturday evening.
Ivlson Burt is on the sick list.
Born —To Mr. and Mrs. Noble Steele,
a ten pound girl. Mother and baby are
doing fine.
Girl Doesn't Like Welshmen.
A girl, giving evidence In an Eng
lish police court, admitted that she
had called her father a bald-headed
Welshman " When asked if there
were any disadvantage in being a
Welshman, she replied: "Yes, they
are all deceitful."
NOTICE.
The public is warned against credit
ing any statement of Rev. William Pat
ton or Mrs. Emma A. Carter concern
ing their connection with the Knights
of Tabor, as they have been both sus
pended dishonorably.
W. E. KING, D. G. M.,
8-1 Colorado Springs.
“A first-class resort for gentlemen.”
THE NEWPORT SALOON
The only colored saloon in Denver.
Newly opened with all accomodations.
1845 Arapahoe Street
Tom Lewis, Mgr. Tel. Main 7413
The colored orphanage and old
folks’ home, city location 41C to 452
South First street, Jerome Park. Our
suburban property, 160 acres, sixteen
miles northeast of Denver and 105 feet
higher than Denver, where nature
smiles. Incori>orated October, 1905,
and managed by a board of trustees.
Our executive board is undenomina
tional. We receive any child or aged
cautiously. Anyone desiring informa
tion of any kind relative to this char
itable work among our people or any i
other nationality will find any of the
These stylish cards on the best Wedding Bristol board only
35c for 50 delivered anywhere in the world
Send stamps or money
t*<4.
'
A HARD LOT
Of troubles to contend with, spring
from a torpid liver and blockaded bow
-1 els, unless you awaken them to their
proper action with Dr. King's New Life
Pills; the pleasantest and most effect
: ive cure for Constipation. They pre
| vent Appendicitis and tone up the sys
| tem. 25c at all druggists.
following officers ready and willing to
explain the work and its needs: Robert
Gray, president; Mrs. J. A. Smith, vice
president; Mrs. J. P. Blackwell, second
vice president; Mrs. Lavenia Knight,
matron; Mrs. Hattie Shelton, assistant
matron; Mrs. Hattie Overman, chair
man building fund; Mrs. M. E. Morri
son. solicitor, $34 South 12th street;
William R. Rhodes, secretary and
treasurer. 2535 East sth avenue.
“Not looking each of you to his own
things, but each of you also to the
things of others.“

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