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The Canon City Record PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. GUY U. HARDY. Ed. and Prop. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR. I Entered at the Post Office at Canon City as second-class mail matter.] THE GLORIOUS FOURTH. How and Where It Was Celebrated by Canon City People. The Fourth ol July, the greatest of all American holidays, occurred this year on Sunday, consequently its cele bration continued over three days, com mencing Saturday and lasting over Monday. Celebrations occurred in nearly all the cities surrounding Cafion. Nothing in the way of a general cele bration took place in Canon so our people scattered over the state. The D. & R. (!. alone sold over three hun dred ticl-ets to the Fourth of July excursionists. Cripple Creek. I’ueblo, Salida and Florence all had big •‘blow outs” and all had good delegations of Cafion City people. Many took advan tage of the low rates to go over the range and spend the time lishing; others had business in Denver and other cities, while many enjoyed the “pleasures of a pathless wood” nearer home. Wherever they were or what they did it is pretty safe to assert that the Cafion City peo ple had a good Fourth, and saw the best of everything that was going on. Lou Haas and Fred Wilson celebrated the glorious Fourth at Salida. ■t t t Bert Ellis and Fred Moore rode in the bicycle races at Pueblo Monday. t t t Willis Bristol spent the Fourth in Denver, the guest of Mrs. Bristol and Miss Nellie. t t t * D. L. Gregory, Carl Walter. W. E. Wilson and \V. D. Parker played in the Second Regiment Band at Pueblo on Monday. t t t Geo. Lewis and family and Sam Roberts spent, the 5th and 6tli fishing for trout and fighting mosquitoes along Haden Creek—they caught both. t t t W. E. and Hall Galley, Harry Meade and James Cooper spent part of the Fourth in Salida after which they rode their w heels over to Buena Vista where Monday was enjoyed. t t t Misses Lahm, Frease, Ruth Lewis and Lois Rogers spent the Fourth and a few days thereatbouts visiting in the family of Warden Ilovt, at Buena Vista. t t t A little party consisting of Messrs Conkle, Dozier, Carrier, with their wives, the Misses Penney, Hunter Pal mer and Paul Wielandy enjoyed the real Fourth of July in a quiet picnic out on Chandler creek. t t t For those who enjoy the solitude of the mountains and the pleasures of a shady brook, there are few better places near Cafion than Grape Creek Cafion. One party that spent the 5th in this delightful consisted of Clint Biggs and family, F. P. Smith and family, .1. S. Bowlby and family, F. L. Smith and mother and Misses Ida and Ruby Shaef fer. t + t Dr. and Mrs. Craven, Mr. and Mrs Percy Craven, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ford and J. F. Bode of Chicago, composed a party who went Saturday to Sargent, and spent three days celebrating with hook and line along Marshall creek and the Tomichi river. They brought home a nice basket of tish ana several tanned faces. t t t A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milsorn, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Roberts and tiny U. Hardy left Friday morning over the Marshall Pass route for Sar gent, where four days were pleasantly spent enjoying the grandeur of the mountain scenery and the delicious flavor of the mountain trout, to say j nothing of the delightful sensation ol drawing the speckeled beauties from their watery hiding places. ttt A number of Caflon people went Sun day to Buena Vista where a couple of days were spent in that beautiful moun tain town. A visit was paid to Cotton wood lakes where those fond of sport enjoyed catching a nice string of the speckled trout while the rest of the party found abundant satisfaction in the still, serene, sylvan shades of the towering mountains about them. The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Handy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFarlane, Mr. and Mrs. L. X. Kohlrnan, Messrs. II. II. Slater, C. C. Dawson, Geo. Rocka fellow, Misses Kockufellow, Upson, Walters and Flo and Jennie McFar lane. ttt The celebration Monday at Florence was attended by many people from Canon. The program was made up of horse races, hose races, burro races, foot race* and bicycle riding. In the hose race the Rock vale team took lirst prise. In the half rniie novice bicycle race Byron McCaudless won lirst, Clyde .Spangler getting second. The two mile novelty race was won by Bert Ellis; 11. P. Moore being second. The two-mile handicap was won by Geo. Ridle, Clyde Spangler second. All the prizes for the live mile race were taken by Caflon City boys; Bert Fills first, Jim Wright second and Fred Moore third. 1 A good crowd of Cafion City people attended the celebration at ('ripple ! Creek. The principal interest centered j around the hose races in which the | Cafion team took part and succeede in bringing home about 8*200 of the | prize money. ( aflou team won first, in the wet test, time 35 seconds, and sec- I ond in the straightaway, time 16 sec j onds. A foot race was run by Way C. ; West, of l lie ItKcnKP olflce. and Frank I Heaton, of Cripple ('reek, in which West won on a lime of ten and one fifth seconds The. Cafi >n City team was as follows: 1). L. Gregory, captain: Way C. West, leader; Will West, Vi Vest. Chas. McKissick, B. X. Dawson. Mont Hunter, Will Simms, Frank Bryant. Cliff Hall, Elmer Jones, E. C. Higgins, and W. A. Sheek as extra. Among the other people who went the following persons were noticed: Jno. Lloyd, Jas. Govern, Win. Dyer, Walt Richard, Wm. Bucking, J. ly Morgan, Andy Hem merle and wife, Ben Stotts, Mrs, W. A 1 Sheek, Miss Jenkins, Miss Steinmeyer, Jesse Modi, ira May hew, Miss Minnie Weed. Miss Blanche Bancroft, Miss Armstrong and 0. M. Armstrong. t t t Many enjoyed the fine display of fire works furnished by Mr. Raynolds and set off at the corner of Greenwood and Fifth streets Monday evening. It was the richest display in Cafion. t t t Another party that enjoyed the Fourth celebration on the 5th in the cool shades of the Greenhorn along Grape Creek was composed of Misses McKissick, Calder, Powell, Lowther, LaGrange, Hendricks, Gail and Gene Conaway, and Eugene Bradbury, t t t Dr. Kellenberger, E. E. Moore, R. I). Baker and wife, S. T. Higgins and fam ily, Harry Chemberlin, Lloyd Egbers, Mr. Coulter, Lee Morrison, Misses King, Moore, Holland Mills and Hall were noticed among the crowd that celebrated in Pueblo. Anyone needing good bedroom suits or any part of bedroom furni ture or bedding, call at Central hotel. I will sell them cheap. “Uncle** Tom Pennington. New and nobby straw hats. Bethel’s. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Haruing gave a delightful recep tion to about two hundred of their friends in honor of their guests, Misses Alice Lahm and Edith Freitse. The guests as they arrived were received in the front parlor where they were in troduced to the guests of honor. In t he back parlor punch was served by Mrs. J. S. Palmer and Miss Alice Hard ing, and in the dining room cake and coffee were served by Misses Jennie McFarlane and Pansy Kaynolds. Mrs. Hibson and Mrs. Lewis assisted in see ing that all were ’properly cared for. Early in the evening Miss Frease, who has a line contralto voice, delighted : those present with one of her favorite solos. Later, music was furnished by which the young people enjoyed a soc ial dance which was kept up till a late hour. The occasion 14’us enjoyed by hose present not only for the reception itself but for the opportunity it gave them for seeing Mr. and Mrs. Hard ing’s new home since it has been re modeled and refurnished. Misses tan shoes, 95c. at Galley’s. Ladies Prince Albert oxfords, 95c. at Galley’s. Fruit Jars at Handy & McGee’s. E. I). Whittington is visiting this week in Fort Collins Mrs. A. Macon visited in Denver over Sunday and Monday. Edwin J. Steinmeyer is home from Ann Arbor to spend the summer. Miss Laura McDaniels returns today from a three weeks visit in Pueblo. P. P. Kennedy, of Lake City, is in town looking after bis Caflon property. CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children. Late magazines, new books, lat« papers at Whipples. C. C. Cookie and W. M. May hew looked after their Cripple Creek busi ness Monday. Mr. Stapleton, formerly express mes senger on the Santa Fe was in Cafion Wednesday. Miss Maude Griffith, of Great Bend, Kansas, is here the guest of J. K. Humphrey. Messrs. Toomey and Carpenter, who have been in the city several weeks, have gone to Salida. • •• Dr. Susie Shank has returned from Iowa and will spend the summer visit ing with her parent*. — - — Fine Creamery butter, 20 and 25 cents per pound. G. R. Tanner & Son. Special excursion train from Mani ton through the Royal Gorge Saturday, July 10th, for 50c. round trip. Train leaves D h> H. G. depot at 10:30. Bo Tea Make Hay? If so, use Eldoradj> Castor tlfe finest lubricating oil for mowing machines— cheapest and best IllTNTEU PaI.MKK. p|H &akinG POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap I brands. BOYAL BAKING POWDER | CO.. NEW YORK. j Dr. W. I). Howe and bride arrived in ■ town Friday and are temporarily mak i ing their home at the residence of Rev. A. C. McMillan. The doctor never looked better and be modestly gives it ; out that he has bad a most delightful I trip. As soon as the home is ready tUey will reside in one of the Baker i cottages on east Main street. Foil KENT —Four rooms unfurnished undone furnished room. 211, Macon Avenue. Cheaper Than Ever Before. 3 lb Pail Lard 25 5 lb Pail Lard 40 10 lb Pail Lard 75 20 lb Pail Lard $1.40 Breakfast Bacon, whole pieces, at 10 cents per pound. Cured shoulder at 8 cents per pound. We guarantee these goods to be of best quality. Weaver & Bond. The board of education has wisely decided to allow those pupils of the school who failed to pass in certain studies to make up those they failed in during the summer and if they pass the examination at the beginning of the school year to be piomotedin the advance grades. Several pupils have already begun work in earnest. Others should follow their example. —. . - Fruit Jars at Handy & McGee’s. On last Monday Miss Mary Kier commenced a three months school at Dtiffey, in Park county. This is Miss Kier’s first experience in teaching “the young idea how to shoot,” and we wish her unbounded success. Fruit Jars at Handy & McGee’s Cliff W. Hardy arrived Tuesday from Lexington, Kentucky, and will spend his summer vacation in Cafion. A portion of the time he will have charge of the news and business department of this paper while the HkcwUd editor is out of town for a “much needed rest and vacation.” Table cloths, 5 cents each; napkins, •SI. per hundred, in any quantity. J. 13. Lantz, (’anon steam Laundry. To Gasoline Customers. We have reduced the price of Gasoline to 25 cents per gallon and sl.lO for five gallons. Smith’s Cash Grocery. Uncle Tom Pennington, who has for several years run the Central hotel, has moved across the street into the canon house which he will open up in his usual good style. Misses Sadie, Verna and Mabel Ash ton left today for Wet Mountain Val ley where they will spend six or eight w'eeks rusticating. L. E. Franck, 11. M. Mingay and W. A. Boyce are this week in the heart of Old Mexico looking after some bonan zas in the shape of gold mines. H. C. G. Kllard is enjoying a visit from his father and sister, of Cincin nati. The elder Mr. Kllard will spend most of the summer iu Cafion. It. G. Gulick returned to Cripple Creek Wednesday morning after hav ing spent several days in Cafion. See Galley’s Wiic. counter for bargains Miss Mamie Smith has gone to Pue bio, called there by the serious illness of her mother. We are now prepared to take family washing on contract. See us for terms. Table cloths now 5 cents. Canon Stkam Laundry. Pure ('old Mountain Spring water Parties desiring can have a gallon Jug left at their door for 10 cents each morning. Leave orders on the Hot j Springs stage or at Beecher’s Drug Store. Our first car apple crates and plum crates are now in, aiul can supply most any quantity. Smith’s Cash Gbockry. THE KEY ' , To health In tlx* slrhly season is to tonify the system beforehand with PRICKLY ASH I BITTERS. | it strengthens and regulate* the liver, [ stimulates the Kidneys, tones up the stomach and digestion and cleanses the bowels. PRICE SI 00 PER BOTTLE hold by nil f>ru««lsts A PLUCKY LITTLE PIGEON. \unm n Onnit an<l ChrrlHhfi One of f!»e Wonder* of tl»«* World. One day a wonderful bird tapped at 'lic window of Mrs. Nansen’s home M hi ist.iunia. Instantly the window was ■ icned and the wife of the famous v ictif. explorer in another moment cov red- the little messenger with kisses nd caresses. The carrier pigeon had •mi away from the cottage 30 long ...dins, but ; it had not forgotten the i \ home. 1 1 brought a note from ••n stating that all was going well *t *s him and his expedition in the olar regions. N a user had fastened a message to a ••• r• ; er n : geon and turned the bird loose. Thr frail courier darted out into the blixzardv air. It flew like an arrow <i l n thousand miles of frozen waste, and then sped forward over another \ hnusnnd miles of ocean and plains and forests, and one morning entered the window of the waiting mistress and de livered the message which she had been await ing po anxiously. We boast of human pluck, says the New York Mail and Kxjyress, sagaedty and endurance, but this loving little carrier pigeon, in its homeward flig-ht after an absence of 30 months, accom plished a feat po wonderful that we can only give ourselves up to the amaze ment and admiration whicili must over whelm everyone when t.he marvelous story is told. Mrs. Nansen’s pigeon is one of the wonders of the world. Reminders of (lie Commune. Parisians eonats>ntly find awful re minders of the days of the commune taring them in the face. Recently the water supply of the city was being ameliorated, and ip order to build some storage tanks works were carried on in the Charonne quarter. Ther.\ wrapped in their great coats or blank ids. no fewer tlinn 800 bodies were found all victims of the bloody fights which took place übout May. 1871, These remains were gathered up and burned in a corner of the Charonne cem etery. The Little Worlds. The latest enumeration of the as teroids, or small planets, circling around the sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, shows that up to the close of 1890 no less than 129 had been discovered. The nnjqber of new ones found last year was 20. but sometimes it turns out that the supposed discovery of another asteroid is really only the rediscovery of one that had been* seen before. They cannot be identified by their appearance, since, except a few of the larger ones, they are mere specks of light, and the only way to keep track of them is by studying the orbits in which they travel.—Youth’s Companion, NOTICK OP ELECTION. In pursuance of a resolution adopted by the City Connoil of the city of Canon City, Fremont county, Colorado, at an adjourned regulur meeting of said Council, held on the 25th day of June, A. D-. 1897. at the regular meeting place of said Council, notice is hereby given of a special election for the purpose of creating a bonded indebtedness iu and for the district hereafter described, wherewith to make a public improvement, consisting of tb#establishing and improving of a public park, to be located west of and adjoining tbe present travelled road or street running from SfJbrrstreet to the upper bridge over the Arkansas river and south of and adjoining Main street projected west from said First street. Said district is located and bounded as follows: Beginning at a point on the south boundry of the city of Canon City in the center of the Arkansas river, where the center of Eighth projected south ward, would intersect said south boundry: th-nce northward on center of Eighth street to the north line of Section 32. Township 18 south, Range 70, west ; thence west along tne north line of said Section 32. to the north west corner of said Section 32; thence south to the southeast corner of tbe northeast quarter of Section 31, Township and Range aforesaid; thence west to the center of said Section 81; thence sooth on the west bound ary line of said city to the center of the south line of said Section 31; thence east along the south boundary of said city to the southwest corner of nald Section 32 thence north to the center of the Arkansas river; thence eastward slong the center of said river, being tbe south boundary of said city to the point of beginning. Said election to be held at tbe City Hose House on Macon avenue on the 24th day of July, A. D., 1897. beginning at the hour of 10 o’clock, A. M., and continuing until the hour of 3 o’clock, p. m , of said day. All legal voters residing in said district who have paid a realty tax within one year of the day of such election are qualified to vote at said election. Further notice is hereby given that T. M. Harding, A. H. Davis and T. ti Wells were appointed judges of said election. [sbai..| ED. MINOR. City Clerk. Dated at Canon City, Colorado, June 29, 1897. First Published July l, 1897—July 22, 1897. 11l DM WANTED. Office of W. H. Burrage, Burrage block. Canon City, Colorado, June 16th, 1897. Bids wanted for grading five (6) miles of the Canon City A Cripple Creek Gold Belt Rail road. Sealed proposals for grading tbe whole or any part of the five mile section ordered constructed by the Board of Directors of the Canon City A Cripple (’reek Gold Belt Rail road Company, will be received nt this office until 12 o’clock, noon. July 10th, 1897. Specifications and all available Informa tion will be furnished on Application to this office.- The oompany hereby reserve the right to reject any and all bids. W. H. BURRAGE. Chief Engineer. O. C. Jt O. C. G. B. R. R. Oo Till sti;f/s nai.k of kkai. kmtatk Notice Is hereby given that 8. C. Burnett having made and delivered her deed of trust of and upon Lot Three (3) and the west half of Lot Two (2) in Block forty-seven (47) in H. and A. Rudd's (known as Rudd’s) addition to Canon ( Ity, In the county of Fremont nnl state of Colorado. Said lot two to l»o divided by a line drawn from the center of the north line to the oenter of the south line of said lot two. which deed Is recorded at page 211 in hook 29 of the real estate records of said county, and secures one promlnaorv note signed by R. O. Burnett and 8. C. Burnett, for One Thousand Dollars, payable to the order of Rev. Geo. W. Dußols. D. D., and eundry Interest coupons—interest on said Thousand Dollars being due and payable semi-annually, at the rate of eight per cen tum from tbe date of January 8,1898, until paid, and the said principal being due In five years from said date; and. said note and said deed providing that sale thereunder may be made If default be made In payment of any of the interest on said note, and said deed also providing for payment of taxes on said Bremises8 remises on said 8.0. Burnett’s psrt. default avlng been made in paying Interest on said note, and failure having occurred lo pay ment of taxes as required by said deed of trust—the trustee, Bev. Oeo. M Dußols, or la his absence from said county of Fremont at the time of sale the then acting Treasurer of Premont county aforesaid, mentioned In said deed of trust, will, st tbe hour of ten (10) o clock. A, M. ON SATURDAY. JULY 31. A. D.. 1807. at the front door of tbs Court House In c *s°n City, Fremont county, Colorado, sell and dispose of said premises, or so much thereof as shsll be found necessary, and all the right, title, benefit and equity or redemp tion of said 8. C. Burnett, and bar heirs and assigns therein, at public auction, for the highest and best price the same will bring in oasb—pursuant to each sale a good and sufficient deed of conveyance will be made tothe Purchaser, or purchasers. The legal holder oj said note and coupons exercises bis right end option to have the amine col looted and desires said deed to be foreclosed, and the earn* will be done to pay thei moneys required under said deed as , oo * u * nd of and connected with this trust. Dated July 1, ISST. * .. 080. W. DoBOJS. Trustee. Andrew B. Rudolph, County Treasurer. Act ing Treasurer. Premoat County. Colorado, successor in trust. First Pub. July i, MlT—Last Pub. July M. Mar. | SHOES THAT • \ | FIT I 9 \ ® THE FEET, THE HEAD, AND THE POCKETBOOK. • “ k 2 • 3 J 3 J us * received, another lot of Men’s Women’s and Children's t * | GREEN SHOES j 3 See them before they are all sold. £ ! - HENRY HALLEY. I '^•©'^•©©^v©'^©'^y©'^>©^>'©^y©©-^©'^y©^y©^>..3-%>©^>©^©-%ye-^ > .0 | ~ _ 1 ' ~ ~ Fruit Lands... ! FOR SALE _?N LINCOLN PARK, Canon Very Choicest Fruit Lands in the State. NO*A£Si& ,he I iwrni XI DADL the MOST BEAUTIFUL SUBURB of CANON LelllWvrLll i /\lvl\ CITY. Lies One Mile South. an<l overlooks the town and valley. Hceuerv is 'insurpaaased BEAUTIFUL DRIVES; FINE SHADE; LAKES OF PURE MOUNTAIN WATER NO PUMPS f SKI)! WAIKH KIKSIdIKD BY OBAVITY. Coat SI M Der acre per annum. Will sell In 3, 0 and IO acre tracts. Prices range from • lOC per acre up. One-fourth cash; balance on long time. These prices include Land Set to Choicest Fruit, , , Send for descr otlve circular. DEWEESE & DYE, Canon City, Cqlo. I A Morning Joy: | A cup of \ Star and Crescent j | Mocha and Java $ * * £ No other Codec sold in u 2-lb can # equals in delicious flavor and cup 4 t quality our STAR AND CRESCENT. J d Ha by S \ BROWN MER. CO. * -nd G. R. TANNER & SON l i THE MOREY MILLS. || WfsusKGnwmtmi -mmmmnmmm ®i | All the 1 1 World Loves § ' a Winner” j*j M Our ’Ninety-Seven M W Complete Line at 4? 1 Monarch Bicycles 1 I Experience I M MONARCH CYCLE MFO. CO. S w cumm -nwTosE lmms W I 1 RAILROAD TIME CARD Denver & Itiu (iiundit. HAST BOUND. 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