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ALBUQUERQUE NEWS
Rev. J. P. Watson, presiding elder
of the Colorado Springs district, con
ducted quarterly meeting at tie A. M.
E. church on last Sunday. Although
this was the last quarterly meeting ot
this conference year, yot we are hope
ful of having Rev. Watson agtdn next
year.
The ladles of the Eastern Star Club
pave a lawn social at the residence oi
Mrs. Annie Durham Burton. The yard
was beautifully decorated with Chinese
lanterns. Everyone present spent a
delightful evening.
Mrs. E. T. Ellsworth, another of our
soclaJ leaders, entertained the presid
ing elder, Rev. Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones of Los
Angeles, California are fecent arrivals
In our city and expect to make It their
future home.
The young colored men of tie base
hall club gave a hall at the Redmen s
hall on Monday. Wo hope tbit Is one
of the many which this club shill give.
Mrs. W. T. Thornton, accompanied
by her sister. Miss Julia I»tt, who has
been residing In Colorado for the past
two years, returned from a visit to
Denver, Colorado.
Messrs Danl' l and Louis Anderson,
two of Santa Ke’s most prominent
haw hall players, slant Surn.ay In this
city, playing.
Mr. George Parsons of the Ancient
city was down plat ing hall Sunday.
Mrs Janus Martin has obtained an
absolute divorce from her husband.
Jnmi s Martin. Mrs. Martin retains the
custody of the two little girls.
Robert Thompson, a sicl. ex soldier
of the Twenty fourth Infantry, was
s< nt to the hospital at Fort Bayard.
Sew Mexico, lie was assisted by pub
lic aid.
Vance Green left lust w.ek tor the
Indian Territory, where hi cxiwcta to
reside In the future.
John Anderson and Thomas Thomn
son, two of our hi st carpenters, haw
gone to Helen. New Mexico, where they
will Im' employed at their trade for sc\
eral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Jasper enter
tained Saturday In honor of Presiding
Elder J. P. Watson. Thi ir cosy little
home was made cheerful and bright
and those who attended express them
selves as being royally entertained
The hostess remarked t ie menu was
In keeping with the toothless guest,
Presiding Elder Watson Deli g the only
one prt si nt who was old enough to
have teeth. Much laughter followed
and they all were very happy to meet
each other once again In life Those
present wore: Mother Meshy, aged
eighty-one, Mother Montgomery aged
seventy-live: Mother Patterson, aged
rlghty-one, and Presiding Elder J. P.
Watson, aged sixty four.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
Mrs. W. V. Jasper was showing El
der Watson the city Monday in grand
style.
Born —To Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Fields,
a boy, Sunday, July 29th. Daddy is all
smiles.
When you come to Colorado
Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at
the "The Qttenn Anne” 320 E. Cos
tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and
board at reasonable rates. 22-9
Don’t complain about accommoda
tions when you go to Cripple Creek,
but go to Miss Maggie Stower’s.
First class Rooms, Electric Lights
and Bath in connection. 333 Myers
Are. East.
Mrs. Hattie E. Daniels at Trinidad,
Colorado, will accommodate all per
sons who come to that city at her up
to-date rooming and boarding house,
303 Church street. S-20 I
BE SURE TO ROOM with Mrs. S.
J. Bunker when you go to Manltou, j
Colo. Modern house, very convenient.
When going to Colorado Springs
write Mrs. Louisa Armstead, 321 East
Citnmarron, for rooms. Her rooms j
are new, modern and conveniently lo
cated. Prices reasonable. Prompt re
ply by mail
81 PENT IS ALL IT WILL COST YOU
H I Hr IV I to write fur our big I'ltKK lIK Vn.t. catalogue
lfkll ■ showing the most complete line of high-grade
■ Bl< YIT-KS. TIKKS and M NDKIKS at I’KICKS
M BKLIW any other manufacturer or dealer in the world.
I DU MOT BUY A BICYCLE
or on a* r ItnJ of trrm<, until you have received our complete lrw Cata
loguea illustrating and describing every kind f Inch grade and le w grade
bin i 1 remarkable LOW
I’ltll'l.* an 1 wonderful new oflTcni • ■« p. Alible by selling from fa. tory
direct to rkV r with no middlemen a pii
wr SHIP OB APPROVAL •/ j cr-.t J-f >»/. ray the Freight and
allow 10 l>my« 1 rial and make other literal ten:-.' which tv o:ht:
house in the world will do \. u will learn ererything and get much valu
able information by (.imply writing us a postal.
We nerd a Jtflfe* Ammnt in rvery town and can offer on opportunity
to make money to suitable young men who apply at once.
0 PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES
«t| O/\ I, |ill|m i n ■OU
99.90 ]vr |.ur. f J| .MU PAIR
To Introduce M I
wo wiii son MM / t
You a iJmpto wV Xi L * L s E f I p*' f f A
Pair for Only I out the air 1^4:.. ml
(CASH WITH OROCR »At 5) “
NO HOME TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES. -7
Result of 15 years experience in tire
making. No danger from THORNS. CAC- 111 .
TUS. PINS. NAILS. TACKS or GLASS. HI
Scnous puuctures, like intentional knife cuts, can |V and also rim strip ••if
be vulcanized like any other tin*. IM *« prevent rim cutting. This
Two Hundred Thousand pairs now in actual use. Over W n.Tk r- " , i'T *f V v‘ T l c ° »n,t
Seventy-five Thousand pairs sold last year. ■i. v>\ KiDliru. ~ q
DCSGBIPTIOB§ Made in all *ircx. It is lively and easy riding, very durable and lined inside
with n spet id', quality of rub’xr. w Hi. h never tiecomes porous and w hich closes up small punctures
without allowing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satisfied customers stating
that their tuc* have only !*rrn pumper! up once or twk ein a whole season. They weigh no more than
an ordinary tire, the puncture resi*; ;ng <;-ialitic* lying given In several layers of thin, specially
prrpair d fabrt. on the tread. That II ' ling lu. k sensation commonly felt when riding on asphalt
ot soft roads is overcome by the patent Basket Weave " tread which prevents all au from lying
squeezed out between the tire and the rood thus overcoming all suction The regular price of these
tires is p v> prr pair. tmt for advertising purposes we arc making a special factory price to the rider
of on!» fa Ho jk t |wn All orders shipjxd same day letter is received We ship C O.I» on approval.
You do tmt nay a cent until you have examined ami found them strictly as represented.
Wr will allow a rash discount of * tier cent (therein making the pri. V *..%.% jyr pair) if you send
»1 LL i \ , 'ii WITH ORDKft .1 1 . •menu. We t
plated brass hand pump and two Sampson metal puncture closers on full paid odets these metal
puncture closer* to t*e used its case of intentional knife cuts or heavy gn*hc s). Tires to be returned
at OI K expense if for any reason they are md satisfactory on examination.
We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is u*- safe as in a tmuk. Ask your Postmaster.
Banket. Kx press or Freight Agent or the Kditor of this paper about us. If you order a pair of
these tires you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last longer and In. k
finer than anv tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will lx* so well pleased
that whrn you want n bicycle vou will give us your order. Wc wrant you to send us a small trial
order at . tuc, h< nee t‘ns tritintkM 1 ';. tin offd
m pig n DDAVrC built-iip-wl»r*ls, saddles. pedals. parts and repairs, and
VvAd m An*Cfn/HlK<Jf « vcrytlung in the bu \ vie line a:c sold t>\ us at halt the usual
price* charged by dealns and repair men W/iteforom big SI NIMtY catalogue.
fl/1 Al/br \AtAiT hut ,vntc u% n today. |M» NOT THINK OF IIHINO a
V €/ " wWAMM bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone until you knov the new 4iid
wonderful oil cm wc are making It onlv coats a j>oM dto leaiu everything. Write it NOW.
MEAD CYCLE CONPANY,*Dipt. “JL” CM 1C AGO,’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 1 9 & Champa
Tel. Main 3475
T. LOWE
EX PRESS
Everybody's business desired.
You nil! be treated right.
Stand 14 and Court Place
Residence. I*lo Lafayette St. Phone Blue 1544
JOS. H. STUART
Lawyer,
Practises in All Courts.
Office 329 Kittredge Bldg.
Cor. 16th and Glenarm.
Bee. 2227 Lincoln Are.
Phone Olive 294.
Examining abstracts of title,
and drawing up legal docu
ments given careful attention
Dr. E. L. FAULKNER,
PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON
! 8 to 10 a. n.
1 to 4 p. m.
7 to 8 p. m *
( 10 to 11 a m.
Soodars j 7 to * p. m.
Diseases of Women and Childieu.
A Specialty.
PHONE OFFICE MAIN 463.
1021 19th Street and
1863 Arapahoe St. Denver
(I to 11 a. m.,
Hoars : \ 8 to 5 mod
(7 to Bp. m.
■“HV’.i&.'&Sf
DR. W. A. JONES,
911 21st Street.
Near Champa
PHONKS: During Office Hoars, 648 Red
Out id office Hours, Main
OFFICE (9TOIIa«.
1023 19vm ST. hours] ITO 4 p.m.
TEI MAIN 560 S (7 TO 8 p.m.
DR. P. E.
SPRATLIN.
Residence: 2226 Clarkson street
Telephone York 123
DRS. WESTBROOK AND
HARPER.
915 T wenty-First Street.
DR. J. H. P. WESTBROOK,
Physician and Surgeon.
DR. J. A/HARPER,
[Dentist.
Phone Main 1144.

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