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-■ ■ '■ "7 _i I[ A Talk About Winter Supplies | ? k These cold mornings reminds one of heavier clothing; therefore 9 j 1 we want ycu to know that our Fall and AV*inter Stock is now ready , j fa ? for your inspection. Z1 Our line of COATS, SUITS and SKIRTS was never better in faj Z k style, fit and material. We receive new goods almost every day, so fa ( 2fa that our displays are always new, up-to-date and so reasonable in JI fa S f rice that we can please everybody. Should you not find what /cfa ? I fa 7 want, we are the agents for the Ladies’ Standard Tailoring Co., of 2I 5Z Chicago; we will take your measure and ge: you any style or material fa 2 k that you may select. fa | fa £ Remember that we fit and guarantee all garments. 21 I 5O-in. Coats in Mack «3 5Q to $35 j and colots, prices from LADIES’ SUITS WINTER UNDEWEAR Lh In plain or m ™SI2 tO $3O All kln<lB ot warm Underwear for men, women ? j 1 % and children. In both wool and cotton, and the / j MISSES’ SUITS prices are very low. X L k in fancy suitings J j Zb Prices $9 to $l6 Warm Outing Flannel Gowns for Ladies and JjC fa fa LADIES’ DRESS SKIRTS MlsBes - Price 50c to $2.00 Childrens sleep- , ln plain Voilee, Panamas and mixed suiting* lng B arment9 50e aad 75« j LAMES- DtSSnfSw BLANKETS«dCOMrORTS j. In Wool or Kataki It is certainly to your interest to visit this de- m* 2 l Price partment. Cotton Blankets 10-4, 11-4 k . li FURS and MUFFS PriceB 50c to $3 pr in in the newest shapes. Our careful selections are whit* or rtolors L S 7 k marked at such low figures, so as to insure Wool Blankets 10-4. 11-4. 12-4, White or Colors tj > J a quick sale. Price* $3 up to $ll pr fag Zfa BED SPREAD SPECIALS \ 7 k THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Comforts with good cotton filling. Print Sateen ? a we bought these direct from the mill. They are a silkoline covering. JJ /k good, heavy hemmed spread. Regular Pl'jjrOl tO $3 BAKER & BIGGS I I Mercantile Company | ][ Cor. 6th & Main Canon City || BHBRIXXK ANDREWS, CANDIDA TE FOR FLOAT REPRESENTATIVE VOTING PLACES, JUDGES REGISTRATION, ETC. Hie polling places tor the nrlow voting precincts In Canon City next Tuesday will be ae follow*: first Precinct—Salvation Army hall No. US Main street Second Precinct —Postofllce block, fifth street Third Precinct—No. Til Main street Adjoining the offlce ot C. F. Priesey. Fourth Precinct —Harrison Haas bonne. Tenth street Fifth Precinct—No. 1114 Mala street Steth Precinct—No. ill Fine evens The Judges of the election will he: First Precinct—John Calvert. IM P—lagton and D. N. Garrett Second Precinct—J. P. Clhdf—s. H. TIM Preetoet—O. R Tenner. B fIL Sfearth Precinct—H. W. Parte fifth Freetnat—Tses Farher, T. B. , Tki'MSdniiih! f fhddfrilhd WL^ THE CANON CITY RECORD, THURSDAY, OCT. *9, igoS. | Fifth Precinct—«M. i Sixth Precinct—#1*. Kstrajr Advertisement Notice is hereby given to whom it may concern that the following de scribed estray animal was taken up near Canon City, Colorado, on or about October 19, 1908. To-wit: One red steer, white face, branded side, about four years old, ear marks. Said animal being unknown to this Board, unless claimed by owner on or before Nov. 10, 1908, said estray will be sold by this Board for the benefit of the owner when found. STATE BOARD OF STOCK INSPEC TION COMMISSIONERS, Denver. Colorado. First pub. Oct. 29, 1908. l.ast pub. Nov. 5, 1908. The regular monthly teachers meet ing was held In the assembly room of the high school bonding Tuesday ev ening and was largely attended. la addition to most of the teachers em ployed la the city schools all of the members of the board of edncatloa, except Jadge Bailey, were present. Features of the program ware papers on "Industrial Work In the Grades” by Prof: Tbomspeon; "Experiments la Botany," by Prof. Jegers, and a talk on the public schools of England as she saw them during a recent visit hr Mrs. Esther White. Among the vis itors at the meeting wore several of tha school patrons, whose preaencs la alwapn welcome ORDINANCE No. Series 1908. An Ordinance levying a Tax upon the Property within the limits of the City of Canon City, Colorado. Be It ordained by the City Connell of the city of Csnon City. Colorado. Section 1. That for the support of th#* city government of the City of Canon City. Colorado, the payment of the City debt, and the interest thereon and for the Improvement of the City, a tax la hereby levied upon all taxable property, real, personal and mixed, within the limits of the City of Canon City, as are subject to taxation for the .State and County purposes and In accordance with the law. in the following amounts and the follow ing purpose*. and nt the namlerof mills on the dollar of the asaessed valuation of said taxable property for the year A. I>. 1008. as hereinafter stAted, viz.: A general tax levy of 10 mills on the dollar. A special lax levy of H mills on the dollar, as follows: For the payment of the interent on the $«(),0uo refunding City bonds. l!>4 mills For the paymi-nt of the Interest on the fAO.oOO refunding Water bonds, mills. For the payment of electric lights, rents for electric lighting of the streets. 3 mills. For public library fund, for the maintenance of the public library. 1 mill. Making a total tax levy, general «nd s|»eclal. of 18 mills on the dollar. Section 2. The City Clerk of this City Is ordered and directed to certify the above and foregoing levy to the proper county officer of Fremont County. Colorado, that the same may In* placed on the tax list and collected by the County Treasurer of said county accord ing to law. Approved «nd adopted this <tav of A.T V 190 H, . Mayor Attest City Clerk. WILL LEAVE ON SATURDAY FOR THE PACIFIC COAST Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Penney, lata residents of Lincoln Park, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ben Watcher, In Denver tar aaaaa Urn* will leave on Saturday for Idaho and Ora kot) While In Denver thpy inspected the capltol building, the museum of national hletory Id Ihe City Park and other places of Interest, all of which they enjoyed very much. They will atop at several points on tbetr journey to tbe Pacific coaat and lnveetlgate conditions with a view of locating. At Eugene, Oregon, they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Horney and family, who left here last spring. Their daughter. Miss Della, will spend the winter In Denver with her ulster. Poet—tar B. a Lewie has ae aw fhr reeoverd Oast Ms lata masse an west g ssigMal tewSauitS^MF WARREN A. UOflOn HI CONGRESS (Continued from Page Pour) committees Congressman Cannon was gleen high rani: at the very beginning of his first term in the national house of representatives. Congressman Haggott has devoted WARREN A. HAGGOTT CANDIDATE TOR CONGRESS THE REPUBLICAN PRECINCT TICKET IN CANON CITY There can be no possible objection within the party ranks to to Republi can nomineea for precinct offices In Canon City, but lest their candidacy be forgotten or obscured by the great er Interest which clusters about the national, state and county tickets we take this opportunity of introducing and commending them to our readers. They are all good men. and. if chosen to the positions they seek, may be depended upon to discharge their duty In away to merit public ap proval. For Justice of the Peace in Canon } City precinct, the Republican party Ifesent the names of Thomas H. I»- gan and J. R. Kennedy, the present incumbents, and. in doing so. hus no apologies to make for its action. For constables it offers T. J. Payne and J. J. Lewis, and believes that Its selection will be endorsed by the vot ers on November third. Mr. Ivogan came to ('.anon City six years ago last spring and has since been a resident of the community. All of his interests, financial and social, being located here. He came here from Colorado Springs, where he made his home for a period of ten or twelve years. Mr. Ix>gan is a native of Ohio and was a soldier in the Civil war. settling In Gentry county, Mis souri. at the close of that great con flict from which laoe he came to ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ line suits and overcoats; we’ll make you ready for any kin of business We’d very to have a chance to .how you tome ol our good,; we urge you to buy them you’re ready; Thcy’rt worth teeing, worth *mWW t grew deal more then the price* we uk. Towler & Stockton Bros. Outfitters to Men and Boys , r : Annex Bloc* Canon City Lanoon—noooon»m»»MnimiHMA»WW«****>**************4—<A»W>*AaSW» hi. anUre time to the interests of Ui ! will reward It be re-electing him far another term. constituents since his election to of fice and has served them fhlthflly i and well. His unceasing and incoeaa ; ful work in congress for the people of Colorado has won for him their ' confidence and admiration and they Colorado in 1894. He is an ardent Re publican and has held the office of Justice of the Peace for live years, being first appointed *o 1111 out the unexpired term of the late F. A. Mc- Donald. then elected twice In eucoee slon. Mr. Logan Is a strong candidate and his friends confidently anticipate his success this time. Jrhn R. Kennedy is also an Ohioan by birth and came to Colorado alas or ten years ago from Nebraska and has since been one of the substantial men of the community. He has been en gaged In the real estate and insur ance business the greater part of the time since coming here and has won for himself a wide circle or friends and acquaintances, with whom he stands in high esteem. If elected, aa there Is every reason to suppose that he will he. Mr. Kennedy will admin ister the duties that will devolve upon him in an equitable and Impartial manner, for he Is a strong believer In the doctrine of the "square deal.” A vote for Mr. Kennedy will be a vote for a man In every way qualified for the office for which he has been nom inated. T. J. Payne Is at present one of the constables of this precinct and his candidacy for re-election will meet with the approval of all who know him Mr. Payne, like Mr Logan, waa a soldier in the Union armies during the KCOmeWAKT AOS. S? erty. Q»ty A Cm* tha l** WASTER. Wanted —Spend you wtatur neirtfcu pursuing a practical eouraa of Study at Dodds Commercial college. Stu dent, received any school day la tha year. Largs illustrated catalogue free. Scud Hr It Day and Evening School. D. D. Dodds. Principal. Phone whits mi. *2S MONET TO LOA» FREMONT Building A Loan AaaoeU tlon money to loan. Eaay payments. Best for real aatata loans, data tha mortgage paid o# Ilka paying rant Guy P. Hardy. at* TO LOAN—Money on real estate, large or small amounts. J. M Ragsdale & Sons. **tt REAL ESTATE FOR SALE —Fine big scvsu-rooei brick home, lot and i half, good I©- cation. Good for home or rooming house. The Record. MISCELLANEOUS Wanted Horse, to pasture, ttos per month. Good feed; plenty water. Thureton White. Alpd KEEP your own keys and counsel by renting a steel safety ho* at the Fre mont County hank. » to IS per year. FOR SALE—Two second band rubber tired buggies and one top buggy, steel tire. W. B. McGee. «0A Green wood avenue. A#p* For Rent—AO sere alfalfa pasture. In good condition with good water oa P. H. Troutman’s ranch—now ready for stock. Enquire Phil SbSridaa. 2506 Florence sve.. East Canon. AM4 War of the Rebellion and served his eouatry bravely on many n hard fought battlefield. He has resided In Canon City for a good many yean and la known to a majority of people about town. 1. J. Lewis la a splendid fellow and his name upon the ticket will give It strength. He is aa honest aa tha day Is long and Is a sober. Industrious dt- Isea. whom to know I. to respect. If successful at the polls neat mouth ha will make so efflrleat and popular of ficer. W t. Morris. For County Assessor.