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Wm. E. Hughes, President. W.T. Ravenscroft, Sec. and Treas. John W. Springer, Vice Pres. Fermor J. Spencer, 2nd Vice Pres. The Continental Trust Co. DENVER Report of Condition July i, 1905 RESOURCES. Cash and due from banks $ 219,357.20 Bonds and other securities 338,633.87 Loans on collateral 791,593.59 $1,349,584.66 LIABILITIES. Capital $ 300,000.00 Surplus and undivided profits 232,363.00 Due depositors 817,221.66 ——————— $1,349,584.66 DIRECTORS. William E. Hughes. Tyson S. Dines. Cass E. Herrington. Joel F. Vaile. John W. Springer. A. J. Bromfield. Morgan Jones. Fermor J. Spencer. W. T. Ravenscroft. Phone 378 Main. Rhodes Ranch Egg Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Our Specialty is Fancy Ranch Eggs. EGGS AND POULTRY. 1529-31 Market St., DENVER, COLO To Colorado Springs in two hours. To Pueblo in three hours and fifteen minutes. That's an example of “Rio Grande time” which is made by some of our trains between Denver and these points—it’s quicker than all competitors. The service and accommodations are excellent—and then, too, there are eight trains in all, and all are scheduled at most convenient morn ing, noon and evening hours. (8:00 a. m., 9:30 a. m., 12:14 p. m., 1:15 p. m., 3:45 p. m., 5:00 p. m., 8:30 p. m. and 9:30 p. m.). Excellent dining car service on the two morning trains and on the afternoon (5:00 p. m.) train. CITY TICKET OFFICE 17th and Stout Streets. DENVER. THE JEWISH OUTLOOK A Welcome Addition Is the new bakery that was opened July Ist. At least a great number of people think so. Give us a trial order and we can convince you. We will at all times have on hand the finest French Rolls and Bread, also Ger man and French Coffee Cake. Wedding and Fancy CaKes AVill be Made to Order at Short Notice, We Solicit Your Patronage. JACOB KIRCHNER (For three years head baker for Hyman’s.) 1227 Thirteenth Ave., Near Marion. V Registration for honie- I UUI stead entries in Uintah In- CYinnCP dian Reservation com- mences at Grand Junction, for a Colorado, August Ist, con- I „ tinning until August 12tli. HOme- Final entry at Vernal, j, * Utah, August 28th. Low rates in effect via the Colorado Midland to # Grand Junction and reser- Send for booklet giving information in detail. City Ticket Office Seven teenth and California Sts. WHAT DO YOU EAT? No matter what it is, you get the best for the least money at The John Thompson Grocery Company I. BERLIN, Prest. & Gen’l Manager. N. L. CHEDSEY, Sec. J. W. D. DEANE, Treas. The Greatest Fruit, Grocery and Meat House In the West Some Fruit Specials on tap every day. Watch for our Ads. in the Sunday Papers I<ow Rate*. Superior Service. Summer Tourist Tickets From Denver. Colorado Spring's and Pueblo to St. Louis $28.50 Chicago $33.50 Buffalo 57.75 Detroit 46.35 St. Paul 31.50 Boston 73.50 Minneapolis ... 31.50 Montreal 58.50 Correspondingly low rates from all Colo rado points on sale daily until October Ist— return limit October 31st, via Electric Fans and Meals Carte. jVff|77|||lv|B# Special ilftlniifliHL - < >u«* August SVTTVuIIIQ^K August ■ Wim n I ■Pd^K City and 27- lillAiLflilk I and return. Sep tember 7-8; limit September 21. Philadelphia. Pa., and return, September 13-14; linal limit October 5. douibue daily through service From Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo to Kansas City and St. Louis, making direct connections at Union Stations for all points east and south. Pullman standard sleeping cars, reclining chair cars, seats free. Through tourist sleeping cars to Kansas Citv. St. Louis and Chicago. H. 11. KOOSER, G. W. F. A I*. A. J. H. GINET, Jr.. T. P. A. 1700 Stout Street, Denver, Colo. THE Colorado Tent & Awning Co. FLAGS, BANNERS, LAWN SWINGS, HAMMOCKS, CAMP AND LAWN FURNITURE 1621 Lawrence Street, DENVER, COLO. Phone 685 Main. Robt. S. Gutshall, Pres.