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BOISE, IDAHO.
Mr. W. Bert Turner has been on
the sick list for several days.
Mrs. Rebecka Davis of Denver,
arrived last week.
Messrs. Bailey, Dudley and Pierce
of the Dandy Dixie minstrel, were the
guests of C. H. Wagner and mother.
The borne of Mr. Robert Gilmore
was completely destroyed by Are. As
there was no Insurance everything
was lost but Mr. Gilmore's trunk ana
sewing machine.
J. H. Watson is contemplating a
trip through the mountains hunting
and Ashing.
Mr. P, A. Samuels and Ml. C. H.
Herrin were among the sick last
week, owing to the Intense hot
weather.
Mr C H. Wagner met with a pain
ful accident last week by sticking a
tack In his band, that had to be
lanced.
Rev. Carpenter Is meeting with
great success with the 8t Paul Bap
tist church. There were two addi
tions Sunday.
The Paul lawrence Dunbar club is
meeting with great success It or
ganised with a membership of nine
two weeks ago and now the n ember
ship Is 25. But with such t person
at assistant supervisor is Utile
Charley we could escept nothing but
success.
Ik* program for the Paul Lawreoce
Dunbar Lyceum this week will be a
debate between Mr. Saaaett an.) Mrs
K D. Washington. "Resolved, That
woman's Intellects are weaker than
man's " Mrs. Washington the nogs
live.
Mr. Gilmore and family had retired
at an early hour last Monday evening,
but were awakened by friends, who
had met at the home of Mr and Mrs.
J.. 8. Brown. In the way of a donation
surprise party They proceeded lo
the home with lighted can-lies, which
made a beautiful scene. Rev. Car
penter read a paper on "Charity."
Ice cream and cake were served
PUEBLO NEWS.
Mrt. Vondlckeraon of Denver, 0010.
I» In the cltjr visiting her brother and
•Inter. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Holly.
The A. M E. Sunday achool plr
nlred at Fhlrmount Orote Thursday
and wan well attended
The entertainment tclreii by Mr*.
Dale for 81. John cburrh was q ilte a
success and showed considerable
talent on the part of the participants.
Mr. and Mr*. J. L Williams' little
•on Clarence la alowly recovering
from a serious case of perltonllua
Mr. and Mra. Ollbert Bulord hare
returned to Pueblo and have moved
In their beautiful home on South
Santa Fe street.
Rev. Over*, pastor of the Eighth
street Baptist church, has begun work
on the new church.
The members of St. John church
are making strenuous efforts to raise
Rev. Owens' salary before Confer
ence.
Mr*. Uni* Maloney returned from
a visit to Creeds, 0010.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
The Odd Fellows will give & grand
excursion and picnic In the near
future.
Mrs. H. W. Freeman and daughter
Florence returned from a visit to Sa
llda. Mrs. Freeman Is much Im
proved In health.
Rev. Owens was granted a vacation
of It dgys before Conference from St.
John's church. The members and
friends are looking forward to his
return on bis fifth year, so now to en
courage him to return pay him your
dollar money.
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
Mr. Banks, who underwent an
operation, is very low at this writing
His recovery fs doubtful.
Rev. J. H. Hubbard, presiding
elder; our pastor, Rev. J. H. C. Redd,
and Montana missionary. Mrs. H. E.
Redd, have arrived from Havre after
a week's labor, to hold the fourth
quarterly meeting at Union Bethel
chapel. They report a flourishing
church at Havre.
Mrs. Pauline Baker has returned
from Havre and will soon return to
make that place her home. We re
gret to lose her. but our loss is
Havre's gain.
Mrs. Dan Johnson Is moving to
Havre. That place seems to be the
magnet of Montana.
J. W. Roberson, our dairyman, has
more work than he can do with three
wagons. He has to work at night
This speaks well as a business.
Rer. Redd and wife are looking for
their son. P. C. Redd, from Omaha
this week. It looks as If they will re
turn to us for another year.
September 1 Is rally day J. Mc-
Cracken. T. W. Taylor. Bd Lines. Mrs
lAyda Roberson and John Gainey are
aiming to raise three hundred dollars
for that day. We have paid In our
five and will take a paper. Our pa*
tor must go to Conference right
us all do our part
As the authorised agent has re
turned we have turned over the work
that was left in our hands temporarily
In their absence. A few did not pay
us on our call. Please do so
Rev. J. H. Hubbard leaves Tuesday
for Billings and then to Denver.
Mrs. Henretta Johnson is repaint
Ing her home. Mr. Sam Porter is
planning for Improvements on his
place Mr. Peter Anderson has open
od up a neat little barber shop on
First Avenue South
CARRY WITH COMMONWEALTH--
LET OTHERS ALONE.
To the Editor of The Statesman:
I wish to eipress through the col
umns of jrour paper my thanks for the
courteous and liberal treatment I have
received from the Commonwealth
Life. There are many sick nnd acci
dent Insurances on the market, hut
the Commonwealth combines stabil
ity with honesty and fair treatmcut
My advice to everyone is to insure
with the Commonwealth and let all
these others alone. Yours respect
fully,
MRB. FANNIE KEMP.
MS !4lh Bt.
GRAND
Entertainment
IN HONOR OF THE
MASONIC
■GRAND
LODGE.
Tuesday Aug 13th
THE EVENT OF THIS YEARS EVENTS
East Turner Hall
THE COOLEST HALL IN DENVER.
Strangers and Visitors from Utah. Montana. Wyoming. Arizona, New Mexico
aond the Principal cities of Colorado will attend. Everybody knows how
the Masons Provide when they entertain the GRAND LODGE AND THE
SCORES OF VISITORS. Come out and have a good time.
Splendid Refresbments G#od Music
ADDRESSES BY DENVER'S BEST SPEAKERS—RESPONSE BY
PROMINENT VISITORS.
Musical Renditions by the Best Talent in the City.
ADMISSION 35 CENTS.
Rocky Mountain Lodge No. 1, A. F. A A. M.
Centennial Lodge No. *, A. F. A A. M.
COMMITTEE:
C A FRANKLIN. D T. GAY. WM WALTON. C. S. CONTEE. T. D. PER
KINS, P. E. SPRATLIN. JAS. CARTWRIGHT. JNO.
MOORE. HARRY JONES. ED. TL'MUN.
Open Day and Night 'Phone Main 3230.
COTTRELL’S PHARMACY
2100 ARAPAHOE STREET,
s PHONE 3230 MAIN.
DR. W. J, COTTRELL, PhjfSiciai aid Sirgtn
BOTTLED GOODS A SP ECIALTY—WINES, ETC.
PURE DRUGS, HOT AND COLD DRINKS, CIGARS, TOILET ART
ICLES, ETC.
Prompt delivery to any part of the city.
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