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An Injury to One Is
the Concern of All
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Mr. and Mrs. Norman Edwards lost
their infant son last week, pneumonia.
Mrs. Mary Ruth continues ill.
Mrs. Fred Young is confined to her
Rev. P. D. Yocum was pronounced
insane, Monday afternoon by a Dur
ango jury. The trial was a pathetic
scene, the old man bowed in grief
and only friends to sustain him in his
dark hour; his mind has been unbal
anced for several weeks owing to the
separation of him and his wife. He
has Durango’s heartfelt sympathy. He
will be sent to the state asylum as
soon as arrangements can be made.
Mrs. M. E. Buchanan entertained
at an elaborate luncheon New Years
day. The menu consisted of oysters,
cocktail, salted wafers, cold turkey,
carabo chips, stuffed olives, hot bis
cuit, salmon salad, assorted cake,
frozen egg-nogg, mints, nuts and bon
bons and coffee. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Wrigut, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Gar
rett, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wright, Mrs.
Wm. Brown, Mrs. Kate Williams. Mr.
Frank Fitchue, Mr. and Mrs. James
Bryant and Rev. Yocum.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bry held the
lucky ticket for a $700 piano player
and shipped it East before they de
parted. It was given by Hahn's jew
elry store. J. N. Garrett won a case
THE PEOPLE’S PRESBYTERIAN
Sermon topics, Sunday, Jan. 15:
11 a. m., “Three Indispensables" or
“Necessities for Rendition of Effect
7 p. m., union prayer service.
7:30 p. m., “God Commanding a
Lost World’s Salvation."
Sunday night the series of our spe
cial discourses will he closed. The
Holy Spirit has been manifested most
wonderfully since the engagement of
these services. The last will not be
the least. Come and see.
The Guild held 1 its first session
Tuesday night with Miss Arula Cole.
A splendid program was rendered.
Mrs. Ethel Allen distinguished herself
by handling the subject assigned het
so efficiently. The number present
was beyond our expectation. The re
past furnished by our hostess was
very much appreciated. Miss Lena
Daniels will entertain us at the resi
dence of Mrs. Emma Randolph next
Tuesday night, 2215 Cleveland place
Miss C. Ensley will be the leader ol
the discussion. Subject, “American
Women in 1800.” The text book of
(he Guild for 1910-11 is “Western
Women in Eastern Lands," by Helen
The Presbytery of Denver met with
the 23rd Avenue Presbyterian church
last Tuesday. There were two special
sessions of evangelistic work. Over
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
tures from the last General Assembly
were disposed of. The one referring
to a written and oral examination by
candidates for the ministry in the
original tongues of the Bible, as well
as systematic theology and other
studies required by the church, pro
voked quite a lengthy discussion. The
pas-tor will make h:s Presbyterial re
port to the church at the dose of the
prayer meeting service next Wednes
day night. All the members are
urged to be present.
Mr. Walter Craig of Denver is now
running between Salida and Ouray
as parlor car porter on the D. & R. G.
Mrs. Hester Bryant entertained at
a six-course dinner New Year’s day.
i ue horse was decorated with holly
and greens. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs, Simon, Mr. and Mi's. Walter
I Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Grimes, Messrs,
j Walter Grimes and Wilson, Williams,
Miss Lena Brown. Miss Clara Evans.
Mrs. Rachel Clark, Mrs Hayden, Mrs.
I Mary Starr, Messrs. W. B. Bryant,
| Richard Bryant, Mary Bryant and
! Harlow Karr and Ora Starr. The
hostess was assisted in serving by the
Misses Agnes Clark, I)rine Kare and
Mr. J. H. Nordon passed through
our city Thursday from Mt. Carbon
en route to Florence, Colo
Mrs. Mary Karr is suffering with
a severe cold this week.
Mrs. Emma Logans of Durango,
passed through our city Saturday en
route to Salida, Colo.
Word was received in Gunnison
from Mr. Bruce that he is seriously
ill at Montrose, Colo.
Mr. George Williams of Pitkin Colo.,
passed through our city Monday en
route to Denver.
Little George Bryant is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. Richard Bryant lias been haul
ing coal to the Lucky Strike mine the
The Gunnison Literary will meet
Friday evening, Jan. \Z.
Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey is able to
be out again after suffering with a
severe cold and la grippe.
Mr. William Bryant is now employ
ed as janitor at the M. E. church.
Mr. and 1 Mrs. Chapman have re
turned from Denver.
Messrs. Samuel Brooks and R. Gal
breth are leasing on the Gem mine.
King D. Bradley died Monday. His
brother is here from Paxico, Kansas,
and will take the remains to that
wife and .six children, a. mother and
father and several brothers and sis
West Bros, wish to make known to
the people of Denver that they aro
■arrylng a full line of sirloins, T-boncs
and porterhouse steaks, lamb and
pork chops. L. Granger, formerly chef
of the Stanley Hotel of Estes Park,
has charge oi our kitchen. His long
years of service and well renowned
ability as an expert in his line inakeB
an introduction to the public unneces
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