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Behind the Dough! fur baking 1 1 fvv POWDER J 25 Ounces for 35 Cents w IKG ll power that raises and sustains jii LboukesU| the dough with absolute certainty. No failures. A cake made with IPPplla K C cannot felL H tviljjp nfMii We insist upon refunding your lj- s if a trial does not son- COLORADO SPRINGS PEOPLE ARE GREATLY INTERESTED IN THE PROPOSED ROAD This from the Colorado Springs Gazette Shows Interest Growing The movement started & few days ago by the business men of Canon City looking toward the improvement •f the roadway between that place and Colorado Springs, is one that de serves the enoouragement and sup port of the public. In its present con dition the road is almost impassable at certain seasons of the year and at mo time is it what ft should be. It might easily be made one of the finest in the country and at comparatively ■mall cost. Good surfacing material la to be found all along its course and practically the only expense of con verting it into a splendid highway would be for labor. Bven this item would be insignificant if the scheme to reconstruct the road with convict labor were carried out Now that the movement has been started, interest should not be allowed to lag. The road passes through some of the finest scenery in Colorado, and at either end is to be found many of the state’s boasted wonders. Colorado Springs, with the magnificent scenery ef the Pikes Peak region at its very door, has long been one of the greatest tourist centers in the country, a large part of its fame as a tourist resort be ing directly due to its scenic attrac tions. Therefore, it is only to suppose Temple Canon, Bight-Mile Park, the that its fame will spread in propor tion to the number of new attractions ft offers. Then why not construct a good automobile boulevard that will make accessible the magnificent scen ery of Canon City—the Royal Gorge, Skyline drive, etc. The Colorado Springs Automobile Club has assured the Canon City Mer chants Association that it will do its share toward bringing the project to a successful issue, and to this end the two organisations have already taken steps to secure an appropriation from (the next legislature. The state could well afford to give a generous sum to ward the enterprise as the benefit de rived from such a road would not ac crue wholly to Colorado Springs and Canon City; it would he shared by all Colorado. Besides, the two cities pay a large amount of money into the state treasury every year and ask lit tle in return. It would be narrow mindedness on the part of the legisla ture if it declined to appropriate enough money, together with what could be raised by private subscription to build the road. —Colorado Springs Gazette. PORTLAND, MAINE, CHILD 111, Wools and Emaciated, Ha s' ored to Health by Vinol "Our little daughter, six years of age, alter a severe attack of the measles, which developed into pneumonia, was left pitifully thin, weak and emaciat ed. She had no appetite, and her stom ach was so weak it could not retain food. She lay in this condition for weeks, and nothing the doctor pre scribed did a bit of good, and we were beginning to think she would never re cover. "At this time we commenced to give her Vinol, and the effect was marvel ous. The doctor was amnsed at her progress, ant} when we told him we were giving her Vinol, ho replied, ‘lt Is a fine remedy, keep It up.’ We did so, and she recovered her health and strength months before the* doctor thought she could."' J. W. Flagg, Portland, 110. Vinol cores conditions Ilka this bo ss use In a natural manner It Incrsaosg the appetite, tones ap the digestive organs, makes rich, red blood, and strengthens every organ la tho body. ■KELT D*ce CO. CAKOK COT Colorado Springs Automobile Club Interested in Road Colorado Springs, Deo. 27, I*oß. Dr. Otis Orendorff, Secretary Canon City Automobile Club. Dear Sir—l hare yonr favor of the 19th Inst, addressed to the Colorado Springs Automobile Clnb. We are heartily In favor of the Hoad move ment yon apeak of and onr club will co-operate with yon. We have taken the matter np with the chamber of commerce here, and you will hear from us again, at an early date. Tours very truly. H. LIVINGSTON CENTER, Secretary. This Letter Tells A Story BY Itself Colorado Spring*. Onto., Dee. 11, 'OB. Mr. Out C. Hardy, Prop., The Canon City Record, Canon City, Colo. Dear Sir — Tour letter of December 18th re garding the propoeltlon to bolld a good roadway between Colorado Springs and Canon City. 1* at hand. I hare taken this question op, lndlvldu ally with several of the directors of the Chamber of Commerce, who are most Interested in the good roads movement, and they are heartily In sympathy wfth this proposition. I have also taken it np with the county com missioners, and they assure me of their hearty co-operation and support in an effort to secure this road. It has been suggested that the most u if active way to get action, would be for us to appoint a joint committee from the Chamber of Commerce, The Colorado Springs Automobile Club and the El Paso County Good Roads Asso ciation. No doubt this will be done and I will advise you of any steps which may be taken. If you can supply me further data regarding the road I will be pleased to receive It, as we will want, at the next meeting of the board of directors, to take action and adopt suitable res olutions. As I understand it, your Idea is to employ convict labor. Will $16,000 be sufficient appropriation? Of course the right of way would be, mainly, over the existing road, but there are a few places in this county where the commissioners would deem a re-sur vey desirable. I will be out of the city for a few days this week and upon my return will be glad to take this up with you again and 1 hope that some active campaign may he inaugurated. Assuring you of our co-operation and awaiting further advices from you. I am Tours very truly, A. W. HENDERSON. Secretary. s There la more cattarrh In this sec tion of the country than all other dis eases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be Incur able. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and pre scribed local remedies, and by con stantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has proved catarrh to he a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the doses from 10 drop* to a teaspooooful. It acts directly on the blood and mu cous surface of the system. They offer ose hundred dollars for any ease It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEI ft CO., Tole do. Ohio. Sold by Druggists, Tic. Take Hall’s fhrnlly Fills tor eoa stlpatkm. THE CANON CITY RECORD. THURSDAY, DEC at, 190A CHURCH ON BEAVER PARK WILL BE REBUILT The Presbyterian church building at Penrose, which was blown down by the high wind which swept oyer Beav er Park last Thursday afternoon, will be rebuilt as soon as the necessary material can be collected tor the pur pose. The structure was In course of erection at the time, otherwise it would, in all probability, have with stood the force of the gale. The church on Beaver Park was a mission ana its place of worship was made possible through the liberality of the members of the First Presbyterian church here, who contributed most of the funds for its erection. FRED TWITCHELL KILLED IN MINE AT BUTTE A telegram was received by Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Twitchell on Sunday from Butte, Montana, stating that their nephew, Fred Twitchell, had been ac cidentally killed while at work in a mine there and asking what disposi tion should be made of the body. There was no details in relation to the un fortunate occurrence and Dr. Twitch ell left for Salt Lake City en route to Butte on Denver and Rio Grande train No. 6, the following afternoon for the purpose of bringing the remains here for burial. Deceased was born at Gaysville, Vermont, in October 188 S, consequent ly was but a few months more than twenty-five years of age. He came to Colorado ten years ago and made his home with his uncle and aunt at "Old Kentucky” on Nineteenth street. He was a graduate of the Canon City high school, completing the coarse of 1904. His parents are dead, but he leaves a sister and two brothers in New Eng land, besides numerous friends here and elsewhere, to mourn his untimely death. He was assistant engineer at the plant of the Canon Crystal Ice com pany here last summer, but left a few months ago for Vinton, South Dakota, to take a position in the reduction mill of a large mining company. He re mained there only a short time, how ever, before going to Butte. FIRM WILL INCORPORATE JANUARY FIFTENTH The Arm of Towler ft Stockton Brothers ere planning to Incorporate under the lavs at Colorado a boat Jan nary fifteenth, bnt the name and style of the proposed company has not yet been determined upon. Truman Stock ton will retire from the eoneern and will go to Denver where he will en gage In the real estate bnstnaes. In deed, a tentative agreement baa been reached, under the provisions of which A. T. Towler and Irving Stockton will purchase hie Interest and hell an amount of stock In the proposed or ganisation equaling In value what he draws out to Wlllla Watson, Jr., late of the hardware Srm of Watson ft Bancroft There will be no stock placed on the market by the contemplated com pany, the Incorporation being for the purpose of enabling It to Increase the scope of Its opera!lone, rather than with the object of augmenting Its working capital. Mr. Watson has been with the Arm for a week or more fam iliarising hlmaelf with the clothing trade. POPULAR CANON TEACHER TO WED IN SEATTLE Miss Druscllla Nutting, for a num ber of rears one of the most popular teachers in this citr. left here on Thursday for Seattle, Washington, where she will be married today, or immediately upon her arriral, to C. F. Shuttle, brother of Frank W. Shultls. principal of the Lincoln school of this place. The bride to be is the daughter of Mrs. B. B. Nutting of 807 Harrison avenue, and is a talented and accom plished young woman and whose ad mirers are numbered by the score. The prospective groom is a carpen ter and builder by trade and spent the winter of 1806-7 in this city and Is a young man of high Integrity and of good business qualifications. A tele gram is expected here this evening an nouncing the nuptials of Mr. Shultls and Miss Nutting. NEW MININS COMPANY TO OPERATE IN THIS COUNTY The Gate City Minins, Development A Leasing company was recently or ganised In Pneblo with a capital stock of 1600,000 with D. M. Campbell, presl dane; George W. Cooper, vtoe-presi dent and general manager; Howard Brown, secretary; Cyrus Weaber, treasnrer. Mr. Cooper left here today to take charge of the property lately aequlred by the company In this county, and, as soon as possible, will Inaugurate a systematic plan of development. About the first of January a force of men will be put to work under the supervision of Mr. Cooper and will prosecute the enterprise as rapidly as circumstances will permit. The prin cipal office will be la the Central block at Pueblo, but the otfiee of the treas urer and general manager still be la Canon City. The women have long bean of the opinion that “The Lord loves a cheer ful giver, l * should bo amended— "to bin wllo." BASKET BALL GAME AT THE RINK FRIDAY NIGHT The Bret later-high school basket ball game ot the season was played at the skating rink Friday night be tween teams representing the North and South Canon schools. There was a large crowd ot spectators and the contest was an Interesting one tram start to finish. Both organisations were In good condition and were about evenly matched In skill and the out come ot the game was In doubt until the final result was announced, which was In fsTor ot the north side team by a score ot 11 to 18. Next Friday night a game will be played at the rink be tween the victors and a team repre senting the Canon City High School Alumni Association. The Une-up for both teams was as follows: C. C. H. B.—Simon, forward; John son, forward;' McKee, center; Reiter (C), guard; Wyooff, guard. 8. C. H. SS.—Thompson, forward; Arnold, forward; Cook, West, center; Acker, guard; Entorf, (C). guard. MADE QUICK TRIP FROM NEW YORK TO PUEBLO Clyde C. Dawson, who waa called to Washington, D. C„ early In the cur rent month as an attorney in the Colo rado timber land cases before the United States supreme court, return ed home on Thursday, arriving in time for Christmas dinner. Both ths cases In which Ur. Dawson was Interested In were submitted to the court and a decision Is expected some time in January. Ur. Dawson went from Washington to New York City, where he spent two or three days before leaving for the west He says the me tropolis was full of holiday shoppers and that the trains were all crowded with people going home for the Christmas festivities. Ur. Dawson left New York for Chicago on the Twen tieth Century Limited, and, on arrival at the latter place boarded the Rock Island train for Pueblo, which he reached In exactly forty-eight hours after leaving New York. It was a quick trip—the very best that can bs mads under ths sxlsting train sched ules. The distance Is approximately 1100 miles. CANON CITY APPLES SHIPPED TO EUROPE C. F. Preasey this afternoon shipped seven boxes of Gsnon City grown ap ples to Bnrope; four of than to Lon don and thrse to Puis. They were Roman Beauties and Jonathans and were perfset in site, quality and ap pearance. Last year Mr. Prsesey forwarded a eonple of boxes of choice Canon City applea to a gentleman la New York City and he waa so much pleased with their flavor that be placed an order here for the seven boxes that wars to day started on their trans-Atlantic trip. Three of the boxes ware con signed to Loots Dreyfus. 4 Rue de la Basque, Paris, Franca, and the others to Leonard CunllSe, White Lion Court, London. Do gland. They were shipped by the Welle- Fargo Express company to Nsw York and from that port to destination will be carried by the American Express company. The apples In question were grown by J. K. Hawkins, at 111 Orch ard avenue, East Canon, and were very line specimens of their kind. OPERATED ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON FOR APPENDICITIS Mrs. R. J. Roark, of 1018 Harrlaon avenne, waa stricken with appendicitis Christmas day and waa removed to the hospital where she underwent a successful surgical operation at • o’clock in the afternoon for the re moral of the cause of the trouble. Her husband, who lea mining man at Redcllff, Colorado, happened to be at home for the holldaya and was present when the operation took place. Mrs. Roark is reported to be getting along very nicely today. It Is said a young married cou ple of Canon will soon be able to af ford a carriage, but It will be a baby one. Rheumatism mm Dr. Shoop’s Rheumatic Remedy MUM a SIMON. "r"”" 11 nwnnmmmf Adjuster CaublUhvd ISSB Wm. T. BridweD Real Estate, Loan* and Investments Fire. Ufa, AccMhU Plato Glaa* tewimeo Official Bon* PanriaM OMn, 41 ts Maks SkM _ _ . pkoM, iioi mm Cano* Cky, Colo. ARRESTED FOR SELLING MEAT WITHOUT INSPECTION R. D. McClelland of Parkdale, waa arrested a few days ago at the In stance of Pure Food Inspector Rich ard Houle and haled Into court on the charge of selling meat to the resi dents of this city without first submit ting the same to the ofiloer for his Inspection as required by ordinance. The defendant was taken before Po lice Magistrate Rogers for trial and evidence presented tending to show his liability In the matter. Jas. T. Locke, attorney for the prisoner, con tended that the city had transcended Its power In passing an ordinance pre venting a rancher from selling meat of his own raising without first sub mitting It to one of Its agents for ex amination and argument In the case was postponed till January fth to per mit the court to look up the law on the case. Many people believe they have the right to sell meat and food stuffs of their own production without an Inspection from the para food of ficer of the community, but that ap pears to be a mistaken Idea andar the laws of Colorado. CHRISTMAS VERY GENERALLY OBSERVED IN CANON CITY Christina* was very generally ob served In Canon City this Tsar, mors so perhaps, than common. Every where there was happlaaaa sad good cheer; the poorest, as well as the more fortunate la this world's mods, regaling themselves with a splendid dinner, u nothing dee, la celebration of tha event Those who coaid afford It dined on turkey and other Innariea of their own purchase, and those whose paraas did not permit them to Indalga la such extravagances had the tarkey sad tta accompaniments pres salad to them by their friends. Seldom. It ever, be fore was there sash a Christmas spirit as was the case this year, ear tain ly there never was so much of genuine charity or a time whan peo SAFETY Whn roa flam year aoaar la M baak roa kaaw M la abaataM r aafe and Is aaralap 4 par aaat ta- Oar banking by • anil dspart msot affords psopla Utlbs at a dlstaaos tks opportaaltr to baak wttb eaaTsalsaa aad at aa oapsaaa. Band tor booklet. arhlcb saplalas oar systf The laterutioul Tract Co. ■Oldast aad lapat* B. B. Moffat, Proa, taw, Ha 1 Electric Thinkers § Will toon fee on the market. Electric Chafing Dishes are c now. If yon GIVE one a trial C we wdl guarantee Satisfaction. l The Colorado Electric Light I | & Power Company 1 J Plmm Canon 4t (Mice H 9 North Fifth K pie seemed to reel lee die tratk of Ike Divine declaration Utt It Is mote blessed to give thee to reoetve Christmas was celebrated la tbs churches with special services of praise and tone, and la a multitude ad homes by the exchan (a of (Ms amour Its members. It was oniaineta orated by family reunions at whlck there was fees tins sad a pleasant so cial Intercourse. All In all Christmas 1908 la Canos, City was one of the most enjoyable of Its bled la the am nals of the community. There are some men who have a "ran’’ la society, as some popala* songs have a ran on the streets. WILMAMJON, HAFFNBRO3 ENORAVEWntIWTH^ \oris/ E coixi HM£ TOD HBIFRT ik am * mini Nat Ktait wim, kat ik« Whhl at M*iaf jam r |*» pm prrea ««p«y»ai tk* Ma at Hi —ecu. wkil* yea art arariag Nh iW ■ irniiriii ad Hi tar panal ■ta taa#y. Start May wkb ptm ta*> ariaattaa wan wary. W* *T leas yea • Pocket Savings Bank which arffl ih yea are. CM ■ad |«t *a*. THE GtizensStateßank T B. OnHh, Frw. Ma m. Omm, Vlp-VW M.J ■wnOi^tt.