Newspaper Page Text
Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Penitentiary Commis sioners at Canon City, Colorado, until 5 p. m. December sth, 1907, for the following supplies, delivered on the penitentiary grounds, all costs of de livery prepaid, to-wit: 100,000 lbs, more or less, good dress ed beef, not less than 200 lbs to the side, to be delivered as required, pay ments to be made quarterly. 100,000 lbs best wheat flour. 6,000 lbs Graham flour. 5,000 lbs Rye flour. 6,000 lbs dry salt sides. 6,000 lbs lard compound, 50 lb cans. 9,000 lbs granulated sugar. 400 pounds ground black pepper. 8,000 lbs coffee. 200 lbs chicory. 200 lbs corn starch. 200 lbs Japan tea. 100 cases condensed cream, quart cans. 8,000 lbs dried prunes. 26 cases canned apricots, table fruit. 25 cases canned pears, table fruit. 25 cases canned peaches, table frnit. 20 cases gallon pie pears. 20 cases gallon pie peaches. 20 cases gallon pie blackberries. 26 cases apricots. 12 barrels syrup. 18.000 lbs Mexican beans. 2,000 lbs rice. 10 barrels vinegar. 6,000 lbs coarse salt. 2,000 lbs pearl hominy. 25 cases gallon canned tomatoes, t 20 cases canned peas. 200 lbs baking powder in 10 lb cans. 500 lbs loose Muscatel raisins. 10 cases Richardson matches. 10 dox. smelter brooms. 8,000 yards Canton flannel, 38 inches wide. 800 yards Amoskeag ticking. A. C. 36 inches wide. 200 yards drilling. 300 yards sheeting. 200 yards Stevens XX crash. 150 dozen Clark and Coates thread. 10 doz. suspenders, wire buckles, heavy. 1,800 lbs cropped oak sole leather, no brands. 50 sides Milwaukee wax upper lea ther. 200 lbs sole leather (bellies). 6 great gross each large and small pants buttons. Each proposal must be signed by the individual or firm making it and be accompanied by a guarantee signed by at least two responsible parties that the bidder shall within ten days after being called upon to do so, fur nish promptly the articles awarded to him to be furnished, and upon failure so to do. to forfeit and pay to the state of Colorado a sum double the amount awarded in dollars The Board reserves the right to re ject any and ail bids. If deemed to the Interest of the state to do so. Samples of merchandise must ac company bids. * Payments will be made in Peniten tiary Vouchers, appropriations of 1907 and 1908. All bids for supplies must be ad dressed to the Board of Penitentiary Oommissioners Colorado State Peni tentiary. Canon City. Colorado, and endorsed "Proposals for Subsistence.” ('anon City. Colorado. Nov. 1, 1907. CHARLES MUNN, President. ■lalag Application No. 1781 U. 8. I-a ml office, Pueblo, Col.. Sept. 23. 1907 Notlco lo hereby given that the Dia mond Fire Brick company (a corpora tion ). bv Ernest F. Jewett. Ita presi dent and authorized artent, whose poet office address Is South 9th street. Canon City, Colorado. In conformity with the provisions of Chapter Six of Title Thirty-two of the Revised Stat utes or the United States, and acts amendatory thereto, has made appli cation for a patent for Swastika Pla cer and the Swastika. No. 2, Placer mining claims bearing fire clay, the came being situate in Eight Mile min ing district. Fremont County, State of Colorado, and described in the official plat, and by the field notes on file In the office of the Register of said U. 8 Land Office at Pueblo, Colorado, as follows, via: Bald Swastika Placer consists of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 19 and the north west quarter of northwest quarter of Section 20 and the southwest quarter of southwest quarter of Section 17. and . the southeast quarter of southeast quarter of Section 18. all In Town chip 18, south of Range 69 west of the 6th P. M.—the NEV 4 NE* Sec. IP and BEH SEV4 Sec. 18 being ex pressly excluded from this appllca -Bald Swastika No. 2 Placer consists ef the east half of southwest quarter and the northwest quarter of south west quarter of said Section 17, Town ship 18 South. Range 69 West of 6th P. M.. containing 200 acres, exclusive ef the portion expressly excluded sa above stated, and being the of Section 17. and NWI4 NWI4 Bectlon 10, In Township 18 South of Range. 69 West of 6th Principal Meridian, aald locations being recorded In Vol. 127. pages 270 and 292 of the reoorde of Fremont County, Colorado. Adjoining claims are X. X. X. X. Fire Clay Placer—patented. Arrow Placer. M. B. No. 3367. 8. A. ABBEY, Register. First publication Sept. 26. 1907. Last publication November 28, 1907. Tlatltff- Canon City. Colo., Oct. St. IM7. The annual meeting of Stockholder, of the Frnltland Water Company will he held at the office of t. T. Hardin*, No. 401 Mnln street. Canon City. Colo rado, on Monday, December 2nd, 1907. at 1:10 p. m., for the purpoea of elect la* n Board of Director* levytnc an aaaaaement tor the year 1009, and tor the transaction of any other lawful buetueaa that may properly come be fore the meeting. (■ant) D. N. OOOFBR. Secy. First Fob. Oct It. 1007. Last Pah. No*. If. MOT. THE CANON CITY RECORD, THURSDAY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1907 Jfetfoe. State of Colorado, ) g County of Fremont ) In the County Court, in Probate The People of the State of Colorado to William Wiley, Joseph Q. Wiley, Catharine Griggs, Moses B. Wiley, Robert Wiley, Mary Dorsey, Martha Pugh, and the unknown heirs at law. if any, of John Wiley, deceased. Whereas, it has been made to appear to the County court of Fremont county, in the state of Colorado, that you, the said William Wiley. Joseph G. Wiley, Catharine Griggs, Moses B. Wiley, Robert Wiley, Mary Dorsey and Martha Pugh, are each and all devi sees and legatees under the alleged will of said John Wiley, deceased, and each and all non-residents of the state of Colorado, Now, therefore, in accordance with the provisions of the statute in such case made and provided, and by order of court duly made and entered, you are hereby notified that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last will and testament of the said John Wiley, deceased, was presented to said court for probate on the 6th day of November. A. D. 1907, by N. C. Durn ing residing at Canon City, in the state of Colorado, that the said decedent was, at the time of his decease, a resi dent of Fremont county, in the state of Colorado; that the said decedent, according to the said alleged will de vised and bequeathed his property in the words and figures following, to wn : “After all my lawful debts, the expense of my last illness, and my funeral expenses are paid and dis charged. the residue of my estate, real and personal, 1 give, devise and be queath to my brothers and sisters, in equal portions. namely: William Wiley. Joseph G. Wiley and Catharine Griggs, and to the children of my de ceased brothers and sisters, namely: Moses B. Wiley, Robert Wiley. Mary Dorsey and Martha Pugh. The said children of my said last named broth ers and sisters to receive among them one share for their respective parents. And if either of my brothers or sisters above named as still living should die before my death, then their children respectively to take the share which their respective parents would take if alive." You are hereby notified to be and appear before said court at the county court room in the court house in Canon City, in the county of Fremont in the state of Colorado, on the 18th day of December. A. D 1907, then and there to attend the hearing on the probate of the said alleged last will and testa ment of the said John Wiley, deceased, and further to do and perform what shall then, by said court be required and adjudged. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court at my office in Canon City. In wild countv. this 7th day of Novem ber. A D. 1907 JAMBS f- COOPER. (Seal) Judge and Acting Clerk. First Pub Nov. 14. 1907. !-ast Pub Dec. 5. 1907. Xotire of final Settlement. In the Matter of the Hsiate ot Henry J Mac). Deceased. Notice is hereby given that on Sat > urday, the seventh day of December. * A. D. 1907. being one of the regular days of the December term of the county court of Fremont county, in the state of Colorado. 1. Kdward T. Macy. administrator of said estate, will ap pear before the Judge of said court, present my final settlement as such and pray the approval of the same, and will then apply to be discharged as such administrator. At which time and place any person in interest may ap pear and present objections to the same If any there be. Dated at Canon City, Colorado. No vember 4. 1907. KDWARD T. MACY. Administrator of the estate of Henry J. Macy. deceased. First Pub. Nov. 7. 1907. Ijist Pub Nov. 29. 1907. • LIST OF BILLS Allowed by the Board of Consty Com missioner* In November, IW7. (•••neral Fond. Albert Phllllpp 42.40 S O. Kelso 40.80 W. H. 1 Cieo. P. Nix 85.00 Joseph Esser 240.15 Joseph Baser 105.85 Prank Barthel 46.00 Frank Barthel 22.60 D. J. Houston 6.00 Joseph Baser 3.00 John Chetelat 85.00 W. U Morris 201.26 H. C. Webster 100.00 C J. Fredrickson 97.63 Waldo & Dawson 60 00 Minnie Merrlam 166.66 Joe Quinn 60.00 John Chetelat 2.60 Joe Baser 3.00 Aug:. Pease i 80.00 J. T. Locke „ 116.00 James L. Cooper 69.17 j Leila Dowling 40.00 James Pennington 2.50 Bladen Ashley 2.60 H U White 2.60 A. U. Stockton 2.50 Wilson Pearson 2.50 C.rant Dickerson 2.50 Andy Hemmerle . 2.50 John O. Wllford 2.50 Hiram Ileckus .. 2.50 Heart Strength IppaPislgtSjK All obMH n«m thi cardiac, or Heart If area daily aim, aad nut ham more power, mow s gtsHjr HMhr pnwcrlptloa-fi atom directed to than BSf-sarSttT - • T,in,ri "i Dr. SHoop’s Restorative RAMBO A SIMON. 1 W. P. Morton 2.50 Chas. Ra über 2.50 W. H. Rector 2.50 Charles Reeves 2.50 W. W. Iden 2.50 J. C. Othus 2.50 D. J. Houston 2.60 Janies Campbell 2.50 A. R. Jameson 2.50 Lafe Combs 2.50 D. J. Houston 2.50 D. J. Houston 2.50 Low Perse 2.65 Joseph Esser 51.00 John R. Kennedy 12.85 John E. Blunt 6.30 Joseph Bowers 2.00 Chas Hendrickson 2.00 Oscar W. Green 2.00 W. C. Keeper 2 00 P. P. Rinkle 2.00 J. V. McCandless 2.00 G. W. Doyle 2.00 B. F. Lope 2.00 C. H. Whitmore 15.00 Steve Hoza 2.00 Out West P. & S. Co 35.43 Canon Printing Co 30.75 Canon City Record 103.20 Canon City Cannon 14.00 Canon City Cannon 375.00 Times Pub. Co 3.00 Colo. Light & P. Co 42.50 Diamond Coal Co 22.87 Dickerson & Emmerson 1.50 Chamberlain M. W 8. Co 58.40 Henvey &. Keys 68.75 W. H. Rector 1.50 Joseph Esser ...175.75 Minnie Mlrriam 3.25 Geo P. Nix 12.85 L. C. Smith & Bros 7.00 A. H. White 24.84 J. F. Marrr 13.01 Canon Steam Laundry ’.. 7.10 Avery & Robison 36.00 Hunter Palmer 35.05 Crozier & Rea 50 Hadley Mer Co 5.75 Frank Killing 37.50 Frank Killing 45.00 L. A. Henaman 2.50 C. G. Hurd 8.75 John Kile 33.75 J. E. Holmes 13.35 Richard Karstendesck 25.00 Chamberlain W. F 1.00 State Industrial School 34.20 A. H. White 75.00 C. C. Paton 5.50 Head Feed. Albert Philipp 17.70 W. H. LaGrange 27.20 S G. Kelso 19 0C Andy Johnson 37.50 Chas. L. Mitton 188.55 Watson & Bancroft 3.75 Frank Farve 27.00 B O. lamb 75 Ellis & Hood 9.98 Campbell Lbr. Co 6.88 leader Hdw Co 2.50 F B. Bean 18.00 Joe Paiks 8.00 E. W. I-ancaster 2.00 Hadley Mer Co 81.50 Th< mas Roberts 11.50 Florence State bank 3.00 J. J. Armstrong 28.25 C. F. Perkins 108.00 Florence State bank 28.50 Boston D G & C. Co 3.00 Jno. R. Waggoner 68.12 Frank Bergman 3.00 L J Moore 96 50 ~iyde Mitchell 10.00 Vbe Povev 3.50 Fremont Co Nat, bank 94.00 C. M Farris *3.00 : Amlck 22.00 i K. H Miller 265.34 W. A. Hendricks & Co. 3.60 C R Hainline 137.00 C. R. Hainline 99.00 Eclipse Livery 11JJJJ W G. Eggleston 35.00 ■ H. K Miller 25.75 D. & R G. R. R. Co 40 00 Eugene McCormick 61.00 Palace Livery 1 Biggs Lbr Co R. E. Ixivern James Johnson E. C. Rowe 4.4.50 Fred Allen “ 35 Ellis & Hood *OO Pueblo Bridge Co 1000.00 Colorado State Pen 92.6 S Hunter Palmer 55 Poer Faad. S O. Kelso 15 55 W. H. LaG range 5.00 Chamberlain M. W. S. Co 20< ; 60 Ellis & Hood JJ5.00 Hubert Work M. C Goodwin 8.80 Mrs. A. L. Conoway 5.50 J W Ram bo 25.00 R. E. Holmes 50.00 Colo. Sup. Co JO.JO A. P. Easton & Co 80.00 Russ Sartor 5.00 Fred Riede & Co 15 00 Colo. U * P Co 33.40 Ellis ft Hood *•*' Baker ft Biggs f'-J® Prank t.fl Smith I®‘* W. H. Peabody ft Co 7.40 Hadley Mer. Co 19 00 Susie Rlppetoe Stewart Drug Co J-r” Canon Crystal Ice Co 9.00 Holeman Mer. Co “■”* Croxler ft Rea 194 »6 Tow-ler ft Stockton Bros 12J? Hunter Palmer 3.00 8. H. Remlck 13 J. 8. VanUow 20. 1 5 J. J. Munger A. McFarlane * ••*" N. C. Durntng S V Jessie Dnrnlng J*-®® Esther Durnlng 24.35 Roy Bock *«•®® le»na Eckel 2..14 Antone Zupantc 3U.UV Fee Faad. Geo. P. Nix *9«.90 Ed Minor 190.00 Clark Cooper J*-®® Ed Minor 19 00 Ed Nix 20.00 jc. J. Fredrickson 205.55 O. A. Cassedy 122'22 Chas. Swnnson I®®-®V A. E. Rudolph 31-90 B. G Woodford “]®® James I, Cooper 244.02 Joseph Baser 218.8# Refaad ea Tax. , U Morgan *lO ' J. W. DeWeese *••* Fred Riede **®» J. J. Phelps *-®* A. F. I.utx 3.01 Valdo Moschettl * 9® ' CeantT Treasarert Msathly RMeant | * f * e * , *S&aher State and County taxea 1,350 *9 School taxea. general ***** School taxes, special *l4o*l Town and city taxee I.***!* Ooanty ofttoara- fasa.... 1-W-W Cartlflcataa of radaapUoa Oosa. ea via hoad, DM. Na II IM* IN CLOSE TOUCH. Our eyes and hands are on the pulse of the wall paper industry at all times. As a result we get the latest designs and superior grades of papers right through the year, independent of seasons. Another result of our watchfulness you share in style and low pricing. Thompson Wall Paper & Paint Co. 71s Hall Street. HJ T'. tan; over I 'll V‘o\°« V I® m st «a»gjsg Tax deeds 2.25 Gen. Co. fines, jury fees and costs 89.15 Gen. Co. J. P. fees 15.00 Gen. Co. saloon licenses 150.00 Gen. Co. costs 39.20 Gen. Co. attorneys fees 5.00 Poor fund produce 424.83 Canon Sewer 432.90 Florence Sewer 267.05 Canon Sidewalk, Dist. 1 108.22 Canon sidewalk, Dist 2 143.59 Canon sidewalk, Dist. 3 108.0 S Canon sidewalk, Dist. 4 47.94 Int on deposit. Sept 134.64 9.964.22 DEATHS. MRS. GEO. H. WILLIAMS DIED MONDAY MORNING Mrs. Clara Williams, wife of Geo. H. Williams, died at the family home at Chandler on Monday after a brief illness. Deceased came to this coun try several years ago from Pleasant Hill. Missouri, and was for some time principa* o fthe Chandler schools, in which capacity she was very popular. Mrs. Williams was a splendid woman in all the relations of life and will be greatly missed by those who knew her best. Her baby died last Friday. The funeral will take place at her late home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon followed by interment at lakeside cemetery. The services will be con ducted by Her. Jamieson. CAME HERE FOR HIS HEALTH SIX WEEKS AGO U A. Fobea died at 811 River street Wednesday night after a lingering ill ness in the sixty-seventh year of his age Mr. Ftobes came here with his wife from Dows, lowa, in September, in the hope that a change of climate and en vironment would be instrumental in the restoration of his health, but in Complies with all requirements of the N* bonal Pure Food Law, Guaxautee No. 2041, hied at Wasiuugtoa. S«vc them Anernon Ano-n* Jmlo maCAU* —-V vovrn. TH'cr'njßnoTxrwiLDrt- ~ \i dachas ga out "l r over thirty years,” wr'cs a V"V_ »rfro ThC ftRWEJJT RICHEST *\ v!, roa youa r:»at«nrn in Lc, Angeles. " I have ™ ■ <?T u.ed At buckles* Coffee. Many times ***«• ■i * . , , -■ , to oar coffee business being so much greater ' I , , l-im-ly has tncu other eoltee only to I>WB „ y „mp«ko«. in loot ki. l«g* thm *e T • TT 1 c back to our old reliable, unchange- no, Up* 6m. m ih. work! coodbed. P»<Jb»ge bearing hit name. ic Arbucklea.’ No other cottce has W« nsunily can ami actua% do gm boner Don’t oki a, oof*-, lb looks oar b price l!._. uiifucm never tailing aroma. I c«e “*■ ■ ARICSX thin oovooeThc coo give ka cap qsdkjr. No saanas vina yoa . . l . • | l ./. . •) i for tho price; Boaag ibo Oowdaid articb it ia W AAosklaa* ARJOSA, ot obi yoo pap r.ot at what pnee. I have often wnhed oSTSA b» k. k’a old -dfa» AAmkb.’ 1 could tel you thas. Many Other „ ~ .. _ ARKKA Cafae. . people have the tame opinion. 5“ *jwer #oceri»aß«tn*i*r.»«*eto Adoackba* ro b b raasd parked JW* eiseaalooae cottee Whacn the aanrvi. aana 00*00, and hadanaoot Jbaknp* W*» » eahemrrl to tel to a IUYUto this he was mistaken as the disease from which he suffered was too deeply spated to be eradicated by any sur roundings, however, novel or exhilar ating. Deceased was born in Ashtabula county, Ohio, but had lived for many years in Iowa. The remains will be ! taken to the old home in Iowa at noon | on Saturday where the funeral and in terment will take place. No service will b? held here. The deceased leaves no family, although his father, ninety eight years of age, is living in Ohio. REMAINS TAKEN EAST TODAY FOR BURIAL The remains of L*. A. Fobes, who died at 811 River street Wednesday night, were taken to the old home at Dows, Iowa, at noon today for burial. Accompanied by his wife the deceased came here a month or six weeks ago for the benefit of his health, but the decline which had set in before his ar rival here could not be checked by any physical environment, however exhilirating. Although Mr. Fobes was a native of Ohio he had resided in Iowa many years and was regarded as a pioneer in the locality where he made his home. He was quite wealthy and in addition to owning 480 acres of splendid agricultural land, was the vice president of the First National bank in the town where he lived. He was a member of the Masonic lodge and his funeral and interment will be under the auspices of that brother hood. PREPARE THE MIXTURE YOURSELF AS ADVISED Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle, and take a teaspoonful dose after meals and at bedtime: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. A local druggist is the au thority that these simple harmless in gredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggists. The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive Kidneys,-overcoming Backache. Blad der weakness and Urinary trouble of all kinds, if taken before the stage of Bright's disease. Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the back, clears the urine of sediment and re gulates urination, especially at night, curing even the worst forms of blad der weakness. Every man or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy manner should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial, as it is said to do wonders for many persons. The Scranton. Pa.. Times was first to print this remarkable prescription, in October of 1900. since when all the leading newspapers of New York, Bos ton. Philadelphia, Pittsburg and other cities have made many announcements of it to their readers. ASKED TO TAKE PART IN WICHITA CONVENTION Secretary Ross of the Canon City Merchants Assosiation is in receipt of a communication signed by the Col orado Manufacturers Association, the Oklahoma Traffic association, the Fort Worth Freight bureau, the El Paso Chamber of Commerce, the Hutchi son Commercial club and the Wichita Chamber of Commerce, asking that it appoint a delegate to the “Inland Com munities Convention.” to be held at Wichita. Kansas, on the 16th Inst, to protest against the appropriation by congress of extravagant sums of mon ey for the improvement of so-called navigable streams. It is asserted that the present effort to secure large sums of money for this purpose is carried forward to a great extent by communities which have no natural opportunities for water trans portation, but which hope to make a purely artificial showing for the pur pose of securing freight rate advan tages based on alleged water competi tion. It is further contended that if the effort now being made is success ful it will work a great hardship upon inland communities by causing them to pay the higher freight rates neces sary to reimburse the railroads for the deficits created by the unremun erative rates to so-called water com petition points. The Wichita convention will fully discuss the subject of waterways ap- SEVEN Coming! *T to Canon City —AT THE— St. Cloud hotel Friday and Saturday Nov. 15 and 16 Dr. K. cT Sapero Oculist and Aorist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist of Denver sfjl is too well known to Jn need any introduction. His references are hia patients—your neigh bors and friends. Hundreds of Patients in this Vicinity* No Incurable Cases Taken. Cataracts removed and cross oyoa straightened. Granulated eyelids, sora eyes, catarrh and deafness successful ly treated. Glasses scientifically ad justed by the latest and most approved up-to-date methods. Difficult Cases Solicited. Bring your School Children. Over 20,000 Patients treated in California, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas. A largo stock of glasses and artificial eyea on hand. A large proportion of headaches* hysteria, insomnia, chorea (St. Vitus dance), nervous prostration, halluciim tion, stomach troubles, and other phys ical maladies, when of a nervous na ture, are caused by eye strain. Tho removal of the cause effects a perma nent cure. Phvcirin especially are in- to call and investigate his methods of correcting errors or refraction. Dr. Sapero has been practicing in Colorado for many years. He Is a graduate cf the leading medical col leges of Europe and this country, and is licensed to practice by the Stata Beard of Medical Examiners of Colo rado and other states. Palprpnrpc furnished from some of the lead ing citizens of Canon City and vicinity* now under treatment. Those unfortunate and unable to i pay will receive medical and surgical | treatment free. Ppmpmhpr Dr - Sa P er ° doe * ■VWIIIt lIILFW i not experiment. He cures where others fail. Over IT years’ practical experience. Thousands ° f om £3SSTS? tieats whom he has cured, furnished on demand. Dr. Sapero has been visiting Cnnan City regularly for many years. All work guaranteed or money refunded. If yon desire to eons nit the Doctor* please make appointment early. Consultation and Examination for Glasses Free. propriations and consider such sug gestions for the amendment of the in terstate commerce law as may be necessary to alleviate present unjust freight rate conditions produced and fostered by false theories. JAIL PRISONERS WILL BE ARRAIGNED FOR TRIAL There are ten prisoners in the coun ty jail, nine of whom will be given a hearing in the district court and the other dismissed from custody on the completion of the sentence which he is now serving. The prisoners to be tried in the district court will be ar raigned before Judge Bailey next week and the cases against them heard as soon as possible after the jury has been called. The criminal docket at the forthcoming term of court con tains nothing of a specially sensational character. The greater part of the time of the court next week will be devoted to calling the docket, hearing motions, fixing the dates for the trial of cases, etc.