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The Canon City Record
GUY U. HARDY. Ed. and Prop.
I Entered at the Post Office at Canon City
as second-class mail matter.]
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.
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Bert Ellis and Fred Moore rode in the
bicycle races at Pueblo Monday.
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Willis Bristol spent the Fourth in
Denver, the guest of Mrs. Bristol and
Miss Nellie.
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D. L. Gregory, Carl Walter. W. E.
Wilson and \V. D. Parker played in the
Second Regiment Band at Pueblo on
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Geo. Lewis and family and Sam
Roberts spent, the 5th and 6tli fishing
for trout and fighting mosquitoes along
Haden Creek—they caught both.
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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.
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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
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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.
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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
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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
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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.
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
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.
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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.
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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,
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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.
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
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.
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
Miss Maude Griffith, of Great Bend,
Kansas, is here the guest of J. K.
Messrs. Toomey and Carpenter, who
have been in the city several weeks,
have gone to Salida.
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Dr. Susie Shank has returned from
Iowa and will spend the summer visit
ing with her parent*.
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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
Absolutely Pure.
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms
of adulteration common to the cheap
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
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.
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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
Our first car apple crates and plum
crates are now in, aiul can supply most
any quantity.
Smith’s Cash Gbockry.
, To health In tlx* slrhly season
is to tonify the system beforehand with
it strengthens and regulate* the liver, [
stimulates the Kidneys, tones up the
stomach and digestion and cleanses the
hold by nil f>ru««lsts
\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
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,
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
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.
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
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
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.
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Very Choicest Fruit Lands in the State.
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LelllWvrLll i /\lvl\ CITY. Lies One Mile South. an<l overlooks the
town and valley. Hceuerv is 'insurpaaased
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.
Canon City, Cqlo.
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No. 625 arrives 9:10 a m
No. 626 leaven 6:80 p m
No. 628 for Florence .. |9:50 a m
No. 627 from Florence 6:20 p m
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Florence and Cripple Creek.
North bound.
No. 1 Mail 2:00 p. ni.
7 Cripple Creek Express -..4:15 a. m.
South bound.
No. 4 Mall 4:05 p. m.
8 Accomodation 12:10a.m.
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