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Suits for the
A boy’s best friend is his mother.
Who doubts this? And the hest
judging mother shows her friend
ship by slipping a Bethel s Suit on
her lad, Our best friends are the
mothers. They're the ones who
direct the husbands’ dollars to the
most profitable channels. They’re
eager to grasp at any sure saving.
They know that our special dis
count of 20 per cent is a saving of
just that much to them.
BEST GOODS. BEST VALUES.
T _ Just received a new stock of
Silverware, all IS9B pattern-.
*. 1 ▼▼ quadruple plate and warranted
fmy for ten years, at a price of
-g y about one-half you have been
\/ t.l ““ paying for same quality. Don't
you need a lea Set, Bern
Dish. Fruit Dish. Butter Dish,
Cracker Jar? See the goods
W CLm and get my prices.
421 Hain Street M. N. TEAPE, Jeweler
Fruit jars at Tanner's
Mrs. M. M. Sheetz who has been in
Denver for some time returned Sat
The official list of election judges
will be found in this issue of the
Attorney Clyde C. Dawson was
called to Denver on important busi
ness Friday night.
Miss Mattie Bowlby returned Sat
urday from Buelah where she has
been visiting friends.
Miss Priest of Canon City, is in the
city, as the guest of Mrs. Dr. Sheri
dan. —Florence Tribune.
Rev. B. E. Harl was one of the
speakers at the Baptist celebration at
Florence Thursday night.
City Attorney Eldred returned
Monday from a short visit at the
Omaha Exposition and at Jacksonville,
Mrs. W.A .Harrison and children are
spending the season in the mountains,
hoping Miss Shirley will be benefitted
Mrs. John Slaughter and little
daughter, of Pueblo, are spending a
few days with Mrs. Emma Handy and
W. P. Randolph has secured office
room with Harding Bros, and is now
prepared to furnish cut rate tickets
to all points.
E. W. Sibbald has a very sick baby
in Silver Cliff and has sent for Dr.
Carrier. The Doctor left on the 2
Mrs. H. E. Smith has gone with
her little baby to Buena Vista to
spend a little time in the more con
genial mountain air.
Mrs. C. H. Wilkinson, mother and
aunt who have been her guests for
some weeks will see the sights in
Cripple Creek Wednesday.
Mr. N. F. Handy spent Sunday and
Monday with his wife and children,
who are enjoying a few weeks at the
Princeton Hotel, Buena Vista.
The county commissioners of Custer
have appointed Mr. Asa Dixon to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the resig
nation of their superintendent of
all kinds of
35c to $1.50
COMER DRUG BTORE,
■MM Hardin* ailt.
Hoys’suirs, reduced prices,.Bethel's
Appears like the rainy season was
Keep warm your interest in good
Bokn —to the wife of Zeno Cliff, on
Lincoln Park, Monday, July 11th, a
Harry Tarbell, bookkeeper in the
state auditor’s office, spent a portion
of Sunday with Canon friends.
Mrs. VV. D. Combs of East Main
street is visiting with the family of
J. H. Freeman, Jr., at Howard.
N. T. Hand. Notary Public.
The people of Pueblo and Florence
are howling about the mud in their
drinking water. Moral: “Come to
Now is a good time to visit the
county treasurer, incidentally to pay
your taxes, but particularly to inspect
his new office.
These are times when nicely graded
streets and good sidewalks can be
appreciated. What condition is your
Wednesday evening Misses Tina and
Mary Penney entertained in a most
delightful manner a few friends at
6 o’clock dinner.
You should not fail to read the
Chamber of Commerce report on the
Cider factory which appears in
another part of this paper.
Book buyers should remember that
Whipple is selling all late standard
and miscellaneous books at ten per
cent less than publishers’ prices, tf.
The ladies of the Home Missionary
society of the Methodist church will
furnish the public with ice cream,
ices and cake next Friday afternoon
Joel Jenifer formerly of Canon,
now of Provo City, Utah, stopped off
this morning for a few days visit
with his friends while on his return to
Utah from a visit to his old home
Fifteen minutes devoted to the
ditches along your lots will keep them
free from woods and in such condition
that they will carry the water off in
stead of flooding the streets or your
Jn honor of her friend, Miss Edith
Benedict, who returns to her home in
Denver soon, Miss Agnes Cameron in
vited about thirty young people to her
pleasant home on East Main street
Thursday evening, furnishing excel
Fishing tackle —Beecher’s Drug
The reception given by Dr. and
Mrs. I’rentiss at the Hot Springs
hotel Friday night, in honor of their
son James and his charming young
bride, was very largely attended. A
pleasant time is reported.
Rufus Brady of the circulation de
partment of the Chicago Record, is
in Canon with his wife on a combined
pleasure and business trip. Mr.
Brady is an old friend of Mr. Harrie E.
Gordon of the Fremont County Bank.
A general test of the electric
machinery at the power plant was
made shortly after 2 o’clock Monday
afternoon. Everything is in working
Dr. Geiger,demist V. M. A. Hlk.
Eai ly risers were greeted Friday I
morning by vast clouds of migrating
Mrs. 15. E. Harl and children have
gone to Missouri to spend the remain-1
tier of the summer.
Fancy shirts at plain prices, Bethel’s.
Rev. Sibbald, L. X. Kohlman and
| Dr. Naylor, of Canon, were pleasant
! callers at this office Wednesday morn
| ing. Silver Clitf Rustler.
•Judge Waldo, of Canon, is here
looking up the county records. We
imagine he is trying to work a scheme
to get Custer annexed to Fremont.
Silver Cliff Rustler.
The people of Pueblo have begun
in earnest to prepare for the State
Horticultural Fair to be held there on
September 28-30. The populace of
Canon will be there.
Diadem creamery butter at Tanner’s.
The Misses Alice and Leota McCrery
of Monmouth, Illinois, arrived in the
city Saturday morning to remain a
few weeks. The young ladies are
cousins of Miss Marie Duncan and
will be entertained by herself and
The trustees of the town of South
Canon have begun the erection of a
city hall, material for which is now
being hauled. The building will be
16x30 teel, with an addition at the
rear for a tool and coal house, and
will be located on Griffin avenue.
K Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas,
wri is that one box of l)e Witt’s Witch
Ha/.i! Salve was worth 850 to him. Ii
cun :l Ins piles of ten years standing.
He n-.ivises others to try it. It also
cures eczema, akin diseases and obsti
Among the many attractions which
Brother Orange, of the Silver Cliff j
Rustler, is advertising to attract sum- j
mer tourist travel to Silver Cliff are, j
“one doctor, one undertaking estab
lishment and two cemeteries.” These i
sure ly ought to catch the “crips/' j
BN- ... ...
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ford were called |
home on an arbritrary summons Sun-!
day night announcing the dangerous j
illness of little Leslie. He was taken
with convulsions and at one time it j
was thought life had fled, but recov- j
erin. from this condition, his case is j
now considered very hopeful.
Thousands of persons have been cured
of piles by using DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
It heals promptly and cures
eczema and all skin diseases. It givts
“A Letter’s Experience? Toi l by
Itself,” which appears in the Argo
naut of July 18th, is an entertaining
translation from the French of Jules
Case, recounting the experiences of
a letter sent from a young girl to her
sweetheart, with whom she had quar
reled. The espistle tells its own
Mr. Adamson, postmaster at Crip-,
pie Creek under Cleveland’s adminis
tration, has purchased the Charley
Weils property on Rudd avenue, be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets, and
is spending considerable money in im- 1
provejnents. Mr. Adamson will make
his home here and will make a good
Sick headache, biliousness, constipa
tion and ail liver and stomach troubles
••an la* quickly cured by us ng ilmse
famous little rills known as l)eWill’s
Littl< Early risers. They are pleasant
to take and never gripe
11 t’NTKIt I’ALMKH.
During his recent absence from
the city Mr. G. It. Ehaeffer engineered
a mining deal involving a transfer of
fifty thousand dollars. Nearly all of
the money comes from New York, and
as the property is a silver proposi
tion, it is a clear indication of the
loosening of the purse strings of “old
Emit jars »»t Tanner's.
A picnic party composed of Mr.
and Mrs. W. 8. Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Jtay, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hamby
and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ray
and daughter Elsie, Mr. J. G. Hersh
ner, and Mrs. 8. J. Williams and
daughters Nellie and Daisy, of
non Kansas, made an excursion to the
top of the Grand Canon Thursday.
An enjoyable time is reported by all.
We have a fine 3 acre tract in tear
ing, tine hrick house, nicely located.
Will take Kansas or Missouri farm.
N. T. Hand & Co.
Mr. and Mra. Ed Minor, Mrs. Min
nie Polly, Mrs. It. M. Marshall, son
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor
and daughter, Mrs. Ilobt. Ballenger
attended a public installation of
officers by the Hath bone Sisters at
Florence Saturday night. The Itath
bones are auxiliary to the Knights of
Phythias and their entertainment is
is reported as being right up to the
A dinner prepared and served by
that charming organization of young
ladies known as the Canon City Cook
ing Club, at the home of Miss Ruth
lewis was a most enjoyable occasion
Saturday evening. The guests were
grown up folks and they were as fol
lows: Misses Edna Rogers, Pansy
Itaynolds, Jessie Mack and Florence
Kockafellow, and Messrs. Will Mack
and John McGee.
Dr. F. N. Carrier and Mr. C. C.
Conkle returned at an early hour this
morning from a three days fishing trip
down in the extreme southern part
! of the state. They had remarkably good
luck, catching from three to four
| hundred tine large trout each day
out. This is giving away no secret
as the game warden was along and
gave his approbation. They want it
understood that there was no fishing
done on Sunday.
Mrs. Jaa. Buchanan, who has re
sided in the city for the past year and
a half, returned to Leadville Tuesday.
Mr. Buchanan recently returned from
a prolonged mining engagement in
South Africa, and as his business con
nections are all in the Cloud City, it
is necessary for him to have head
quarters there. The little girl will
probably return here in the fall to
take advantage of our superior edu
To trade Colorado Springs property
for Canon City fruit land, improved
or unimproved. Address by July 1,
J. L. Clinton,
25-St. Elkton, Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Gibson, Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. F. A
Raynolds, Mr. and Mrs. John Cleghorn,
T. M. Harding and Rev. A. C. McMillan
formed a party which went to Buena
Vista Thursday. They will remain in
the city of beautiful visions for ten
days, the guests of Warden Hoyt, of
the reformatory. The party will be
joined at Buena Vista by Governor
Adams and stalF, the occasion being
made a sort of house party in honor
of the visitors.
C. A. Rasback, proprieter of the
Mathewson house at Parsons, Kan
sas, accompanied by his wife and son,
is spending a short season in the city.
Mr. Rasback is strong in the praise
of City Canon in general, but on en
tering the Colorado Electric Power
plant. Monday he was dumfounded.
He is an extensive traveler and pro
nounces this the largest and most
I complete electric plant west of the
! Mississippi. ‘'The people of Canon
j City surely ought to be proud of such
: enterprise,” said Mr. Rasback. “It
| will be the making of the city.” Mrs.
Rasback is the of Guard Macpherson
at the penitentiary.
i '"***' —-
| .Saturday afternoon a few
| young ladies were entertained by Miss
| Mingay and Mrs. Mingay-Smith at
| their home on Greenwood avenue. The
occasion was in honor of Miss Dale's
friend, Miss Hopkins. At 5 o'clock the
ladies were conducted to the dining
room, taking seats at the table sig
nified by souvenir cards bearing the
lady’s name, and a quaint conundrum.
To this was tied a cluster of flowers. In
guessing the answers there was no
lack of amusement. The table was
spread with white linen, a large palm
jin the center, covers being laid for
I eight. The menu was very delicious
and daintily .served. The rooms were
tastefully decorated with pansies and
sweet peas, giving a most pleasing
efTect. During the afternoon punch
was served. The guests were Miss
I Hopkins of Pueblo, Miss Beadle of
I Denver, Misses Dale, Lowther, Cooper
and La Grange.
There is no accounting for the pe
culiar things a bolt of lightning will
do. Wednesday evening about six
o’clock a shock occurred which start
led the whole town, but as no damage
was reported the event was soon for
i gotten by the majority. Not so with
! residents of north Fifth street, how
ever. The bolt descended midway
between the alley and College avenue,
I following a water plug into the ground.
The queer thing is that the plug was
■ right in the roots of a good sized
! cottonwood tree, yet the tree was un
injured save a rupture of the bark on
one large root, although the tree was
literally lifted from its resting, being
raised at least two inches. Children
in all the nearby houses were knocked
from their feet, while two belonging
to Mr. and Mrs. Peck were thrown
from the front door to th * center of
the room, the baby remaining sense
less for several minutes.
Leave orders for engraved cards at
the Daily' Recohd office. Price as
low as the lowest.
Perhaps no party more intent on
pleasure and hilarity ever boarded a
picnic wagon than the one that left
Canon Thursday evening for an outing
below Four Mile. The occasion was
an event in which the gentlemen
might show their proficiency in the
culinary department, they furnishing
(and supposed to have previously pre
pared it themselves) <*nu serving a
most appetizing and substantial repast.
To say that it was enjoyed is but poor
praise, therefore, suffice it to say that
the greater part of the evening was
spent gathered around the “spread,”
and the remainder in story telling.
The party returned at a late hour,
the ladies declaring the boys “perfect
entertainers.” Those participating
wer : Misses Dunfee, Dicken, Mary
Kier, Verna Ashton, Covel, Mabel
Ashton, Rose Kier, Duncan, Holland,
Mills, Kent, aDd Miss Robison, of
Great Rend. The gentlemen: Messrs,
i Dicken, Mann, Ritter, Anderson, Boyd,
Hardenbergh, Noble, Baird, and Tom
and John Dunfee.
Church of Christ.
First Church of Christ, scientist, <
421 M:tin street. Sunday doming
service 10:30 o’clock. Subject:
“liove;" Elijah’s comn an. >n wi h 1 <>d
on Mount Horeb. I Kings, 10:1-16.
Sunday school at 11:30 o’clock. Tes
timonial meeting Wednesday at 7:30
p. m. All are welcome.
3 acres in bearing; good six room
house, hot and cold water; nicely lo
cated; must sell, only $2,000.
N. T. Hand & Co.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend oar heartfelt
thanks to those who so kindly aided
us during the sickness and death of
our little daughter.
Mr. and Mks. H. B. Ready.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends for
their kindness and help in our sad be
reavement, the loss of our daughter
and sister. G. A. Sheer,
* Walter Sheer.
List of letters remaining in the
Canon City postoffice uncalled for
week ending July 17, 1898:
Arnold, Samuel E
Bolin, J M
Cane, Miss Emmy
Cuney, Roy C
Drunert, H C
Hiller, Mrs Frank
Jenning, Chas 2
Wehrman, E C
White, Farnk G
White, Miss Metteta
B. F. Shaffek, l\ M.
Hurrah for the Girls.
At 3 p. m. Tuesday, July 26, the
Bloomer Girls Champion base ball
club will play a picked nine of male
ball players at the bicycle grounds in
this city. The Bloomer Girls have
played all the "crack" nines of the
north and west, winning a large per
centage of the games, and it will be
quite a treat to the people of Canon
City to see them play.
An admission of 35c will be
charged, with 15c extra for a seat
in the grand stand. As the young
ladies bring a portable fence with
them, there will be no* opportunity of
seeing the game without a ticket, so
buy one early and avoid the rush.
Money at 8 per cent. D. L. Greg
One of the feats of the season was
successfully accomplished on Thurs
day by G. D. Kaye and family and their
guest, Miss Belle Kennedy, of South
Bend. Indiana. Miss Kennedy was
anxious to see the Royal ( Jorge both
from below and above, also to have a
taste of real mountain climbing. So
the plan was laid for Mrs. Kaye with
the two children to drive to the top
with dinner, while Mr. Kaye and Miss
Kennedy explored the (Jorge from be
low. Arrangements were made to
meet on the top for dinner, hence the
task of making the ascent lay with
the party below. Miss Kennedy, full
of adventure, led by the experienced
mountain climber, Mr. Kaye, picked
the route and never had to retrace a
Miss Kennedy made a heroic climb
for the first attempt and felt w r ell re
paid for the undertaking. About two
hours were necessary for the trip,
not all in climbing, but in exploring
as well. Who can beat it?
Have you ever desired to have your
windows fixed with weights? We can
fix them with our ratchet and pully
system just as good as weights and
save you the trouble and expense of
tearing out old windows and putting
in box frames. It is good, service
able and inexpensive.
(13-tf.) H. L. Adams.
Fruit ranch; gori house and barn.
N. T Hand & Co.
How About This?
A Cripple Creek special in the Den
ver Republican last Sunday contained
the following paragraph:
"George H. Proctor of New York,
the chief promoter of the Pike’s Peak
tunnel scheme, left here early this
morning for New York, where he will
meet a representative of an English
firm recently interested in the projects
of his company, and will return direct
to Colorado with his visitors. The
Pike’s Peak Tunnel Company has been
reorganized under the name of the
Finance Company, limited, incorpora
ted under the laws of New York state,
and Mr. Proctor is authority for the
statement that the bonds of the com
pany are now being underwritten in
London. Among the more immediate
undertakings of the company will be
the completion of the projected Canon
City and Cripple (’reek railroad and
the construction of a big reduction
plant for the treatment of Cripple
Creek ores at Canon City. The tun
nel is to be a later consideration.
While the latter scheme may appear
chimerical according to Cripple Creek
ideas, Mr. Proctor is certainly very
much in earnest in his assurance as
, to the ultimate success of the scheme.
Fancy roast coffees at Tanner s.
Well located business house, cheap.
N. T. Hand & Co.
RBCOrd Office. «
A PROPHETIC NAME.
Th« Curious Prctllc-tloo Mods la thf
If aml ns of Lake I'uulcharlraln
Hus Urrn KolUlird.
The name of LukePotitchartrain bears
in it u curious prediction, as it were, of
what should be witnessed on it at the
present clay, almost exactly 200 years
after Iberville named it. says the New
Orleans i'icay une. Count Pontchartrain
and Count de Mnurepus were two min
isters of Louis XrV.. under whose aus
pices Iberville and Bienville sailed from
La Rochelle, in Prance, in 1008, to es
tablish the first colony in Louisiana,
and Iberville, in honor of these patrons
of his enterprise, named Lakes Mnure
pas and Pontchartrain. Pontchartrain
is a combination of three distinct
French words, viz.: Pont, meuning
“bridge,” char, meaning “car," and
train, meaning “train.** The prediction
in the name lies in the fact that at pres
ent, in a single glance, one may see on
Lake Pontchartrain. where the North
eastern railroad crosses it, a “pont”
(bridge), a “char” (car), and a “train*
(train), thus interpreting the prediction
name of Lake I'ontchartrain into Lake
with a bridge, a car and n train of cars
Equally noteworthy is it that the word
Pontchnrtruin, as here elucidated, ecu
tains a very clear prediction of the dis
covery of steuin power, the invention
of the steam engine, and the utilization
of the locomotive and the steam rail
road train as a means of transporting
freight and passengers in the day ofeu
lighten meat of the nineteenth century
In fact in the single word Pontchar
train, as given by Iberville to the Lou
isiana interior lake near New Orleans,
was involved a prediction, unconscious
ly proclaimed by Iberville, of “u vision
of the future and the world that wirs to
be.” The world is crowded with flora
tios of the Hamlet variety, whose din*
philosophy fails utterly to grasp the
innumerable number of things that are
in the heavens and upon the eurth
QUEER INSURANCE CASE.
The House Wes Set on Fire by the
Bathtub, and the Bathtub
by a Poultice.
“Fire insurance companies have to
deal with many queer cases," said n
traveling ageut of one of the Hartford
(Conn.) companies to a Washington
Host man. "I have just been told the
story of a case tha4 panic unit* r tht
notice of our company not long
ago, and which was certainly one of
the straugest fires iu history. The
story is perfectly true and is vouched
for by men of integrity. It was in u
western city and the bouse was set on
tire by a bathtub aud the bathtub was
set on tire by a poultice. The ownci
was suffering from a bad cold, it seems,
and acting under the doctor's orders
his wife prepared a poultice for hii
chest. When she started to apply it It
was found to be too strong, too hot.
having been heated in the oven. S<
the wife took the poultice to the bath
room to cool. She placed jt on the
tub. which was a very fin I- affair, be
ing iiped with celluloid instead of the
customary enamel. Well, the heat of
the plaster set the inflammable cellu
loid on fire and the hathnih wat soon
a mass of flamr*. The room caught and
the house wo* partially destroyed, foi
all of which the company liud to pay
Everyone know* how celluloid burn*
and so the couipuuy did not contest the
There la So I’lon- in the Tranquil
Empire fur tirest Men. Saya
I intist take pns-lng notice of another
point in the government's measures for
maintaining tranquility, says Mark
Twain, in Harper's Magazine. Every
body saya it do< .*■ not llki t *ce any In
dividual attain to commanding influ
ence in the country, since a man enn
become a disturber and »n inconveni
ence. "Wc have as much talent as t-hr
other nations," says the citizen, re
signedly. and without bitterness, “but
fur the Hake of the general good of the
country we arc discouraged from mak
ing it over-conspigiKHisj nrd not only
discouraged, but tactfully and skillful
ly prevented from doing it, if we show
too much persistence. Consequently
we have no renowned men; in centuries
we have seldom produced one—that is,
seldom allowed one to produce himself.
We can say to-day what no other nation
of first importance In the family of
Christian civilization can say: That
there exists no Austrian who has made
nn enduring name for himself which is
familiar all around the globe.”
Military caps for boys, Bethel's
The Chief Burgess of Mileshurg
Pennsylvania, snvs DeWitt's Little
Karly Risers are the best pills he ever
used in his family during forty years
of housekeeping They cure coiisilpa
tion, sick headache and stomach and
liver troubles. Small in size but great
in results Hunter Palmer.
That's what we are on GOLD
SPECS, and for a short time we
will aell them at the following
prices, accurately fitted:
SOLID GOLD, Riding
Bow Spectacles.. $3.50t0 $5.00
Best Gold Filled, $2.50 to $3.00
Fine Nickel Specs
and Eyeglasses, 750 to $1.50
99“ A1l Kinds of Repairing oar Specialty.
H. M. MAYHEW,
The Old Reliable Jeweler.
row Urn; UvstfWi| gi vallk.
• Mw. W.OMkilpfn,
CO., tUMlilMruTl, Wuuya.l. A
a. a. NICHOLB.
Undertaker § Funeral Director
Embalming a Specialty.
Orncs—Main St.. Opposite St. Cloud Hotel.
BhidsrosHlU Uf vsr tttraat.
Calls promptly attended to, night
Biggest Reduction Ever Offered
“ “ Suits
We will start for eastern markets within the next
ten days. We must make room for our new
and immense fall stock. We must convert our
summer goods into money.
Prices Will Do It—
We will discount everything in the house,
All goods sacrificed.
Your money is bigger than ever—has more value.
Come and see these Suits selling at
$3.50, $5.00. $6.50, $B.OO and $lO.OO.
They are wonders and you can't resist them if
you want to save money.
A. HAAS & CO., Leaders.
We are agents for £1 OUR STOCK
OSBORN |)h|l 111 Apple Crates.
MOWERS Apple Barrels,
and RAKES. Crape Baskets,
These goods have Plum Crates
no equal. See , . ,
them before you arc br, * ht new
buy. The best, | l || stock
yet the cheapest. Bottom Price*.
We are expecting a new car of
Mitchell Wagons and Buggies
very’ soon, and offer the stock now on hand at bottom cash
prices to clean up anil make room. Some Road Wagons.
Spring Wagons and Buggies in the lot.
Our general stock We wa, ' t . y° ur Some of our spec
trade and will try ialties:
Groceries, at all times to
H»y and please you. Little Gem CheeM.
Gr " n CMIT 14 Miners' Pick Floor,
is the most com- '* ■* FkU. and Garden
plete in the city. MFI? Seods.
Close prices and itldV, Mason s Fruit Jar*,
good stock. Hon- CO Stoneware,
est weights. Bee Hive*.
1 r. A. RAr WOLDS Pr_ld.nl. C F. H CKAFELLOW, C»«nlor. It
IM. C. CORDON, AM. Color. |
**ta*u»heo i era. I
FREMONT COUNTY RANK j
CANON CITY, COLO. |
SThe oldest Bank In thl* «eotton. g
Intoroel allowed oa time dopoatta. stool Hafatx I
deposit boiM to root by tba moot b or jrear. 1
• s mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mzsxjMiaumiM nar aJ
l: , .
' Rent in the country. Tracts to suit—2 1-2 acres
up. Term* to suit—small paytnout down, balance
1 on long time. Price away down. Let us show it
j to you and quote prices. Call on either
! c * non Clty ' Oolor,do - F. A. RAYNOLDB.
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