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DsnTer Military Club—Meet* every
Sunday at 8:30 p. m. at 2524 Walnut
atreet Peyton Peteraon, president;
John Clifton, vice-president and gen
eral manager: Herbert White, secre
tary, 1958 Arapahoe street.
PAYNE CHAPEL NOTES.
Sunday school 3 p. m. Women's
Mtt* Missionary society at 4 r>■ m.
IX> not fall to be present and enjoy
the procram and assist la this good
work.
Sunday services at Zion Baptist
Church begins at 10:45 a. m. Sunday
school at 1 p. m. At 6:30 p. tn. tbe B.
T. P. U. meets for praise and devo
tional service, meeting lasting one
hour. Evening service begins at 7:30
•harp. A special invitation la ex
tended to the sinner and backslider.
A. A. WALLER. Church Clerk.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH.
o>r. Nth and California street*.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 1 p. m
SuDday srhoe! at 1} o'clock. Young
people'* meeting at 4: JO p. m
h»4»7 aerlce* of Bethelehem Bajy
U*t Church: Sunday achoul, 10:10
a. an; preaching at Ip.m.; night wir
»lo*. T:10 p. m. Her. C. A. Edward*,
peat or. Everybody li cordially Inrltod
. tee church, Ml 4 Larimer.
Momoe Temple No. 41(. K. T,
meata the eeeood aad fourth Thursday
at ITU Cartla (treat. All Kalghta
la good etaadlag are tnrUed.
a D COLE. C. M..
C. P. M'KBNZIE. C. R.
IT4O Arapahoe atraat
People'* Preebytenan Church, Twen
ty-third and Waahlngton avenues—
Preaching at 11 a n. aad 1 p. m. Sun
day achool at »:J0 p. m Chrlatlan Ea
dearor at T p. m. Praise meeting
Wednesday at * p. in. Covenant meet,
lag Friday at I p. m. Welcome io all.
D. D. COLE. Pastor.
VICTORIA TEMPLE. NO 6. 8 M.
T. of Colorado Bprlngi, meets the sec
ond end fourth Friday night In ihe
■oath
MRS. JENNIE HENDERSON.
W. Princes*.
MRS COLLINS.
Secretary
DAUGHTERS OF TABERNACLE.
Pride of Denver No. til menu nl
1711 Curtla every tret and third
Thuraday.
■AIUH THRIFT, H. P.,
■rm.Uk J. JONKB, C. ft
Queer Thing* at Auctlee*.
At na elite pie of what queer thing*
come ap at the London auction*: At
the earn* aale appeared lately an
apron, two araileti aad other piece*
oaed la devtl-danctag eeremonle* la
Tibet thee* object* being made up ot
bone* belonging to decedaed Lamai
—they ar* carved with Image* of
Baddha—a daath’a head mad* of lac
quer, to ba naad aa a mailt for the
devil dancer—and a contemporary
death miak of Olivet Cromwell, In per
fect condition The maak taken frotr
Noll'* face brought MM; the devil'r
oatflt IMO.
THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO.
BUY NOW
.Golden Chest.
-STOCK..
AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE GOLDEN CHEST
MINING COMPANY IT WAS VOTEO THAT
20,000 Shares
OF THEIR TREASURY STOCK
•E PLACED ON THE MARKET FOR A LIMITED TIME.
lOCts Per Share
...FOR A LIMITED TIME...
THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST PROPERTIES
IN THE BOULDER DISTRICT
DO NOT FAIT
SEND OR BRING YOUR MONEY IN, FOR WHILE YOU ARE WAITING
FOR MORE INFORMATION THE SHARES WILL ALL BE SOLD. COME
TO THE OFFICE. 1223 19TH ST, AND SEE SOME OF OUR ORE WE
HAVE IN SIGHT; THEN VISIT THE MINES AND SEE THE ECONOM
ICAL WORK THAT HAS BEEN DONE. REMEMBER YOU ARE GET
TING *l.OO PAR VALUE FOR 10 CENTS. DOES THIS SOUND GOOD TO
YOU* THEN GET IN WITH THE WINNERS. OUR ORES RUN FROM
WO TO 595 PER TON AND GETTING BETTER AS DEPTH IS ATTAIN
ED. IF YOU WISH A BOOKLET OF INFORMATION DROP THE SEC
RETARY, G. C. SAMPLE, 1223 19TH ST, A POSTAL CARD AND HE
WILL MAIL YOU ONE. —I—■MMI lg » <
THE GOLDEN CHEST
MINING MILLING CO
1223 Nineteenth St., Denver.
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