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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West. GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. Miss Anna Coleman was in the city a few days, the gueßt of Miss Bessie Price. Miss Bertha Pitts left tor her home In Montrose. Miss Pitts is one of Montrose's High school students and a very brilliant young lady. Mr. Reed and family arrived in Grand Junction a few days ago from Kansas. W. W. Taylor of Salt Lake sloped over on his way te Pueblo to mpet the grand lodge. Mr. James Harris left in company of Mr. Taylor. Miss Bessie Price, who has been very sick, has entirely recovered. Mrs. McCalby is in the city for an indeflnite stay and is making her home with Mrs. John Newman. Miss Anna Newman is visiting in Glenwood Springs. Mr. Austin of Lafayette, Missouri, is in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hines. Mrs. Felix Buckner arrived In Grand Junction, her former home, and Is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. James Harris. Mr. Butler is visiting - his wife for a few days. Marcus Hines is slowly Improving after a severe spell of typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. William Sheldon was j the guest of Mrs. Warfields Monday ; evening; also Mrs. John Newman. Mrs. Lee Williams, who has been j very sick with appendicitis has recov ered and Is able to be out and at her husband's place of business. The Carnation Art Club met with Mrs. T. P. Lnngon last Wednesday. The discussions were miscellaneous, the members choosing their subjects for discussion. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jas. Harris, where an Inter esting program will be rendered. Rev. Redd is collecting his dollar money and the members and friends of the church are rallying to the cause. Mrs. George Smith and daughter Golden left last Saturday for Sallda. their future home. Mrs. James Harris Is on the sick list laist Thursday the Carnation Art Club gave a reception at the residence of Mrs. T. P. in honor of Mrs. Win. Sheldon. The house was beauti fully decorated in pink and green The table was a bower of beautiful cut flow ers and potted plants. In *he center of the table set a huge cake of ice, moulded out in the center and cham pagne punch served from It. The la dle* were beautifully gowned. Mrs. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Sheldon, the guest of honor’s costume was a delicate gray silk mull and dia monds. In the evening ihe affair was continued with games and dancing, the gentlemen being preseni, who seemed to enjoy themselves. It was a late hour when the guests dispersed to their homes, wishing Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon many such events. Mme. Walker, the hair grower, af ter spending two successful weeks In Trinidad and Pueblo, will spend the week of August 20th in Colorado Springs, after which she will return to Denver, where she will remain only two weeks, to straighten up her busi ness affairs; after which she will posi tively leave on her southern tour. Mine Walker's wonderful hair grower has proven beyond question to be the most wonderful hair preparation yet discov ered. It is soothing to the Bcalp and brings quicker results than any other. Those who have been treated by Mine. Walker need no Invitation. Those who have not should not miss the opportun ity of receiving at least one treatment before she takes her departure from Denver. She has a natural gift for growing hair and guarantees to start it to growing with one treatment, as no other has yet done. Mine. Walker " HI tie at home to her many customers the 20th Inst, and will remain only two weeks before leaving to put her wonderful hair grower on the market throughout the country Address 2-110 Champa street. First Aniline Dye. It le 60 years ago since William Henry Perkins extracted from coal-tar the first o t the aniline dyes—"mauve." The Jubilee of that event la about to be celebrated and honor done to the Utcoverar. The brand that’s always good” Baxter’s Bullheads 5 CENT CIGAR The'Baxter Cigar Co., Denver. MRS. NANNIE KING, Prop. The Little Cottage Dining Room. 1936 Arapahoe Street. Surpassing Cuisine--Quick Service-Three Meals daily—Regular Dinner at Noon. Special Sunday Dinner from 12 to 3 p. m. _— - T 3 PIANOS SIOO. And Upwards. Anyone may have a Plana delivered at enee to 02.00 per week payments. - - eee COLUMBINE MUSIC CO, Floor Charles Building. ) BMIm m. cowden. Hair Dressing PARLORS. Shampooing. Catting and Carlin* All Hair Work made to ordar. Hair Tonic*. Sca'p Treatments, Manlcur- In*: Stage Wig* for rent for theat rical uee or ma*k ban*. Cheapest ■wltobaa, SO rant*. Good* deliver*d out of tba city. 1219 Hat St. Denver, Colo Phone 1797 Olive.