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A HOME WHERE PERUNA IS USED.
\\ n/| Residence of Mr. C. Hallock. Antwerp, Ohio. I || 1 I jOm of the Mujr Thonaad ITnmoa Where Pesas \ I 111 I I la a PopmUr Household Remedy. I I CATARRH OF TUB HEAP. I Mr.O. Hillock, Antwerp, Ohio, writes: “My daughter, Allla, after tab- I I lag three bottlas of yoor Parana, Is antlwly oorad of eatarrh of the bead ot j two jetrs iteDdißf. i I “We bar* naad Ftrau M a general tools, aa wall as for eatarrh, and are , wall |il«««iil with It, and raeommand It to anybody who baa eatarrh. 1 “Anybody wlrhlng any InforataUon pan writs to mo.” I Could Tase No Feed. Mr. William W. Bark*, IMB Troakford in, Philadelphia, Pa., writer “Oa «• lftk ot Jibnuiy, INI, I w «-v— With anapa that axtandad from jar* Mat a/ throat to tba bottom of mj otomaiHi Ttij wan ao tann that mr wtlo had to so tor a doe tor aboat two o»e>oahU lha marala». •I bad from Tabamrj aaMl Joly at that year thraa doetoro. aad they worn (trlac mm madia! ao tor hldooy. Uyaraad bladdar troablaa, aad attar tatlig aU ktada at tbalr alMna, In tba moath at Jalylooall —ltboraataordrUb. Star three waoks I had aot takes a motael of ted Id a liquid tea. Aide •Maf*HMfßl«aM aot drlakteßk or mate axaayl la aataU dpa, shirk •aaaodmq *roat yq*a. . *1 bad (Mat a» aU hope at Mat M thaa a teak or taro at mooi. I totd ml aHo I tbotfirht I bad oatorrb at taa maul tea nomad to thiak aa liiLialbodiij i —‘ od ta cioa it a total. llnk n I'trMdom thaiaaoalaj.aad tetedte tteata—hor-m-^rly News Notes ■MI MM* PaMto—W. ■ Rowland. t» iMm ,l * nu ,— Kim. Lydte "Hamilton of Colorado llilljf irrinf bore this afternoon dor i «Wt with bar aom. J. D. Hamll *oo. wtfennd (amity. Ibo will remain bar* MO mbmmt tbo aUdb of Jaau w V Mr. Ul Mrs. W. M. Olbson sad three children of Orsnd Junction hr* n«U Of Mr. ul Mrs. D. B. Qibeoa Md family at *O7 QrMßwood avenue, ha Vlas sons osar to spaad Chriaifcas Mr. Oibaom will raturn to tba western alopa tonight. leering tba otbar mam bara at tbo party to make a more es leaded visit bora. Or. ttid.;jliii a li. Yard of Mor «*oe aii'eflenflng a few days bare as I tba guest* of tba latter'a brother*. A r H. McLala. aad wife at their saw boom la Reynold* Height* Da raws Hoax ton, who baa beaa teaching Bear Waatentfe Is home for Christmas. Norvel Robinson of Denver Medical .College la speeding tba holiday* bars. * Will Dollar, who has bean la school la Dearer, la home tor Christmas. At tba ooacluslon of the regular lodge buslaass of Canon Homestead,, Brotherhood of American Yeomen, oti Friday night, a masked ball was held and dandag waa the order of the ev ealng aatll a late hour. Borne very ■ratty costumea ware shown and a flood time waa bad by all present. During tba earlier part of tbe evening several applications wars made for ■ambanblp la tba organisation. Mr. aad Mrs. Albert P. McLain, of Delta, Colorado, are spending the hol idays In this city aa tbe guests of the termer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. McLain aad family at PM Green wood avenue. ' Mrs. Jells Mack came over from Oraad JuhotiOa test weak and la tba guest of bar' daughter. Mrs. Gay D. Hardy- ter will remain bare during tbs Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wood, of River side amts as. loath Cason, are tba -bafpflfparsut* of a baby boy of rugu latim[ weight, bora to them Friday fltefc^ “I b|t on wing Parana aa l bad started, and after wing It three days and nights tbs pains la Sly ebast and stowaab disappeared, and they bass Barer appeared sines, and It win be two years this Jnly.” Pant— Mbwf M ImttHsa lfr. J. O. Orem pecker, R. R. L, Kokomo, lad., writes: “I eaa say that I bees nothing to com. plain at now. I feel well, rest well at night, bare a good bat moderate appe tite, aaa sat almost any kind of food. “I base no aches or pains anywhere, and oaa do some kind of work every day. 1 mast say I oaa stand sa moob fatigue ns I sees weld, and teal goad ossr It "Tbs bsmnrrbigs has yielded te Pa rana, tbs grip baa dons tbs soma, aa wall aa palw and aches of all binds. "Tbs roaring notes bw entirely left my awn and bead, my mind Is stoar, my issallesMon good, my bowels are regu lar, and I jost simply feel easy all erer. "Tbs ears at my ease was sorely a miiry." _ Mr. O. A. Bewlrom. STD Seventh St., Qgdsn, Utah, writes i "I taka great holidays from Daw where he has ! bm attending the Barnes' Ooauner- I dal college. Charlou and Bartka Hartman are < homa for Chrlatmaa. Thar ore attend ing Perrr Hall Seminary In Chicago. Miaa Baoala Vlaaehar of Colorado < Springe la a pending the bolide ye with Canon Frtanda. Blake Warner returned home from ■ Holly. Colorado, where he haa been teaching Mlaa JeaAe Gardner la apeadlng , the holiday eaaaoa with her mater in Denver. COy Harrleon who la teaching on < Beaver Creek la home for the holidays. Mlaa Qttmona of Concrete, spent 1 Chrlatmaa day with friends here. Howard Melborae and John Sch- ' wetgert are here tor the vacation aea- 1 son. the former from Denver and the latter from Pueblo. Mr. Bchwelgert is private secretary to President S. H. Atwater of the Kansaa-Cclorado alee trie-power and transmission lines ; with an office In the Central building i at Jhutbki Glen Beane, who has been engaged in bustnee- at Garfield. Kansas, for some time arrived here Thursday af ternoon to spend the Christmas sea son with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J Beane, on Diamond avenue. Bast Canon. Mr and Mrs. Charles Tanner of Pu- 1 eblo are spending a few days here aa the guests of relatives. They came up on Thursday and will remain until j Monday before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Pressey of < Pueblo arrived In town Thursday ev ening to spend the Christmas festiv ities. Mr. Pressey returned to Pueblo | this morning. leaving hie wife to make , a more extensive visit with relatives here. Joe Cooper. Charles McWilliams. Vei Lonnecker, Will Waldo, Rickard Tramayne. Corbin Roblaaon, Bruce Houston, James Lnarae, Dorn War- i oer and Harold Waldo from Colorado University at Boulder; Francis Hurl hart, Lawrence Smith, John Bargees. ; Will Johnson. Rath McCoy. Bessie i Bargees. George Whipple from Colo rado College at Colorado Springs; Margaret Twttehell. Berates Richard son from Colorado Agricultural Col lage at F. Collins and Mona Brown, Bthel Reed, Eleanor Barr. Ethel Joel and Eva Ripley from Colorado State Norma! school at Oraeley an spend ing the holidays with Canon City , relatives. Cham. U Mlttoa. who haa been an- THE CANON CITY RECORD THURSDAY. DEC si. i«*. pleasure la stating to you that you* medicine, Parana, has completely caret! a»a of a long-standing caaeof catarrh* I “I had consulted noted doctors with-,; oat any relief. By persistent urging of a friend 1 commenced the use of your wonderful Parana with the best of re-' salts, and today 1 highly recommend II to say one suffering from eatsrrh la anyj form* “As for myself, I suffered an told, agony, bat today I feel as spry aa ana cam, with more amtdttoa and eonfldaood la myself than I hers enjoyed for years. “All my friends say 1 look batter thaa seer before, and 1 urge them all to try Parana, aad hare said Aoaaas of bottles with the greatest ad aaMstaettoa. “Tear Parana la tba gras list teals aad builder for a hrohaa duanooastlta- Moa arising from that dreadful dlssaas.' catarrh.” Beats people prefer to toks tablets, rather than to taka mtdltlno la a fluid form. Sack people sen obtain Parana tablets. Whlah rnprtasat the madlclnsl Ingredients of Frraaa. Bach tablet is aqatraleat to an arsrtfls float at Parana. Head tor the past month or six week* In making a survey tor a railroad, which It 1* proposed to build thru the uothern portion or the state of Washington and through British Co lumbia and Vancouver, arrived here on Thursday to eat his Christmas turkey and plum pudding. Mr. Milton will return to the northwest at the close ot the holidays. W. B. McMillan, formerly bookkeep er for the Canon Investment £ Realty company, but now engaged iu busi ness at Rocky Peril on his own ac count. is spending the Christmas holi days here as the guest of his sisters. Misses Badle and Minerva McMillan, at 814 Harrison avenue. Fred O. Elliott, formerly a resident of this city, but now living In Colorado Springs, is here to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Elliott, and other relatives. Miss Dorothy Watson is in Canon spending the holidays with friends and relatives Miss Watson Is a sophomore in the Central High school at Pueblo. - A lady In the north part of town got up early and had a full line ot washing out this morning, thinking that It was Monday. Will Mack came over from Grand Junction on Thursday to spend the holiday season with relatives and friends George Prices, who Is attending the Utah University at Balt l-ake Is home for the holidays. Miss Edith Joel la home for the holi days. Miss Joel Is a teacher In the Denver schools Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Allison are down from Cripple Creek to spend the Christmas holidays with relatives. Dr. Hart Goodjoe went to Denver on business this morning. W. W. Canty of Florence, was a vis itor In Canon City on Christmas day. Mr. W. A. Harrison came down from Goldfield tor a visit with his family for a tew days Mr. M. V. Flanagan returned home yesterday tor the holidays Mr. Flan agan Is foreman of the Mendota mine near Tellurlde. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Houston weat to Florence on Friday where they were guests of the former's brother and family at a big Christmas dinner. John Wright came down from Crip ple Creek to spend Christmas with his mother. Mrs J. It Wright, at 414 Riv er street, and other relatives He will remain here tor two or three days ■ Hon. Beaton Canaan, wife sad twe dugklera, MMt ln Ml Bales, for merly. residents of Denver, bat now of SrsMf Junction, are ■pending the loMBi here aa the gueata of Dr. and Mr*. J. W. Cannon, at 1104 Greenwood ■venue- The Mlaaea Cannon are stu dent* at Colorado College. Mr. gnd Him. W. H. Dabney, late residents at 421 Pike avenue, have moved' ont to a cattle rancb, near Marigold, twenty miles or more north east of here, where they have taken charge of the stock farm for a half a dozen or more Investors who recently acquired Its possession by purchase Ira Carrier, who is engaged In the mining business with an office in the | Ideal building in Denver, Is spending the holiday season as the guest of rel atives and friends in this city. The - Arizona Mining company with which Mr. Carrier and E. M. Lamont are financially Interested has Its mill practically completed and expects to be ready to put it Into operation soon after the beginning of the new year. John L. Reese, who for several months has been representing the Central Coal and Supply company of this city In Wichita, Kansas, and the surrounding territory for several months, is home for the Christmas holidays Mr. Reese will leave af ter the opening of the new year to open ah office for th company in Ne braska, preliminary to pushing the sale of its product in that state. M. R. Geraghty, representing the lizard of education of South Canon, and Prof. H. E. Smith, the rearing su perintendent, and Prof. E. F. Ewing, ■h3 incoming' superintendent, of the Jouth Canon public schools, will go ‘ to Denver next wek to attend the an- < nual meeting of the Colorado State t Teachers association. Mrs. Eltle Renard of Denver is < spending the Christinas holidays here i as the guest of her parents, Mr. and i Mrs. Charles Apple, at 524 Macon avenue. Mrs. Renard is employed at i the United States mint in Denver, an ; institution with which she baa been ( connected ever since its establishment In Colorado. Rev. D. C. Cowan is very seriously ill at his home on Rudd avenue In consequence of an attack of brain fever . He has been sick ten days or two weeks ud his conditio* at pres ent is sack as to . awaken the greatest [alarm on the part of his family and i friends, Mr. Beaton Cannon, wife ud two daughter* are vial ting his brother. Dr. Cannon of this city. Mr. Cannon leaves for home today while bis wife and daughter* will remain for the holiday}. The girls are students at College. Mr ill Hn. Prank Hemphill. late of Adel, la, have come to Canon CUy (or the Winter on account of the form er's hsalth. Ur. Hemphill Is engaged in the banking business In lowa, but was compelled to give It up ud seek a recuperation of his falling strength ud energies la Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Hemphill are grewtly pleased with Cuon City ud may decide to locate here permanently. Judge and Mrs M. & Bailey want to Denver tor s short visit this morn ing. Mrs. Cans Seripps and daughter, Mias Della, of Rushvllle, Illinois, who have been sojourning here tor some time, were Joined last week by u othar daughter. Miss Henrietta Seripps. Still another- daughter. Miss Elisa, Is expected here soon after the first of the new year. A nine-pound baby daughter wu born to' Mr. ud Mrs. W. W. Emmer eon of 528 Pike avenue at 1:15 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The little lady has been christened Alice Louise In hour of Its grand ancestor In the maternal line. ) - ' Mr. and Mr*. Henry Hutton of 627 Pike avwauo..are enjoying a visit from the termer's mother. Mrs. Marth*.H*t ton, of Ankeny. Polk county, -lowa, ud Mr.' Button's daughter. Mrs. 1. C. Burns, ud two children from near Chicago. It is not oftu that four gen erations of the same family are per mitted to have such good health as Is the case in this Instuce. The visitors are greatly pleased with the bright, genial weather of our Colorado clim ate. Prof. F. F. Thompson. Prof. Frank W. Shuttle, ud. perhaps, other repre sentatives of the Canon City schools, will leave tor Denver tonight to at tend the unul meeting of the Colo rado Btate Teachers aaeocitatkm. They will also take part In the conference to be held at Boulder this week between the school superlntudenta ud prin cipals of th* state. Jay Bidebottom returned home Sun day night from a month's business ud pleasure visit to Kansu City, Mis souri. He reports a pleasant trip but says the Missouri valley brand of weather dou no* agree with him ud that th* winter climate of Colorado with Its bright sunshine la about right. President 8. H. Atwater of th* Colo rado State Saaday School aasoeiatloa. ud E. O. Nee bit, are In attendaao* at the Sunday School Workers' congress, now In ■sealoa at Pueblo. Th* con gress oouveaed Suudav morning under the direction of W. N. Wiggins, Inter nal k>aa I Instructor,'and will continue till Tuesday night Prof. W. S. Gian of th* chair of science In th* faculty of th* Cripple Creek high school la down from th* district to apsad th* holtdar*. Ha cays Dr.PRWFS CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from healthful grape cream of tartar Will make twice as much good bread , biscuit and cake,pound for pound,as the low priced imitations made from alum and alum phos phates, and will make the food appetizing and healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is not only economical but makes the food more wholesome. the weather Is delightful In the district l at the present time. 1 Mrs. M. 8- Jarvis, formerly a resi dent of Lincoln Park, bat now living j in Denver, is spending the holiday season in Canon City and -vicinity. Sheriff Baser left this morning for Denver en route to Frasier Colorado, after a prisoner. He will return to Canon City on Wednesday or Thurs day. _____ ' The regular bi-monthly meeting of the Fremont County Medical society will be held in Florence next Monday evening, January 4th, at which time the annual election of officers will be held. Everett Bancroft has completed the prescribed course of study in one of the Denver-boainesa colleges and has returned here and hae beau given a financial Interest with hie father In the hardware business at S*o Main street. After the first of the year the name of the Arm wilt be changed to the Bancroft Hardware company. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vangha of Bak ersfield. Calif., are visiting relatives In this city and vicinity. They came here recently from Florence and will remain here several days before re turning to the Pacific coast. Mr. Vaughn is a nephew of Mrs. L.H. Baa crott_of Lincoln Park. "Charles C. Campbell, Canon City, spent Christmas with relatives In this city and returned to Canon CKy yes terday. He erill come to Pueblo again Tuesday for the Corinthian dancing party given that evening—Puebla Star Journal. C. C. Patton has been confined to his boms, 100* O rasa wood even Be. tor several days In consequence of a se vere odd, complicated by an attach of grip. Mias Irens Loback came ap from Florence on Sunday tor a visit with Mias Dorothy Watson, She will rdara home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Whits went to Denver Sunday after noon and expect to be gone most of the week. James Turnbull want to Denver on business Sunday evening. He will be gone several days TsaaSav. Ed. Franck returned to Cripple Creek on Monday to resume his posi tion with the Mohegan Mining com pany after having spent the Christmas holidays here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Franck, on Macon ave nue. Mr. Franck, Sr., and son are ar ranging to leave In the course of six weeks or two months tor the Altar mining district in Sonora. Mexico, where they have some very promising mineral properties and where they expect to soon begin the erection of s stamp mill. C. W. Talbot returned home Monday evening from La Crosse. Kansas, where he went last week to eat Christ mas dinner with relatives. He reports an enjoyable time and says the weath er down there Is Ideal at the present time, almost, if not quite, as delight ful as the brand we are having in this part of Colorado. Mr. and Mrs Chan Dawson, former ly residents of Canon City but who for a couple of years past have been liv ing in Denver, are spending the holi days with relatives here. Miss Matur Powell, sister of Mrs. S. 8. Nichols, has gone to Denver where she will give a reading. From there Miss Powell goes to Spokine Wash. Blake Warner, superintendent of the public schools at Fowler, Colo., is here to spend the holtdavs at the parental home In South Canon. Now la the time to make that CSnß fsrnia trip. Oat In your berth at depot here, and stay in all the way. First or aeooad claaa Rio Grande. Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Moors have rent ed their residence property at the northwest comer of Harrison avenue and Eighth street to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hemphill, and. tor the moat sev eral months, at least will board at Mrs. Christians on account of the 111 health of Mrs. Moore. la the meantime they occupy lodgings. A. & Hunt J. H. MeOorkle and H. Boyd Brydon. consulting engineer of the Kaaaas-Oolomdo railroad left Pueblo on Sunday tor Chicago where they will confer with A. L. Ptax and Sergeant and Lundy, consulting engi neers of the line, concerning the COto plettoa of the westers division. The FIVE gentlemen expect to return to Paeblw before the rad of the week. Min Alice Harkenrlder of Logana port, Indiana. who is spending the winter in Csnon City, as the guest of her uncle. Under Sheriff John Chete lste, and wife, left Monday afternoon for a short visit with relatives in the Wet Mountain valley. Miss Clara Hubbell of Lincoln Park is spending the holiday ssasnn with rrieads in Denver. Inddently she will ' attend the sssslous of the Colorado State Teacher's Association. E. C. Taheldlck of WeetcUffe, tor mer assessor of Caster county, was a noon. He was en route to Crlyn)S Creek to look after none mining mat ten. Blake Rogers has gone to Canon City, where. Monday morning he began his work in the tteaaarer’s office. Bar the present he will familiarise him self with the hooks and duties of hh' office as deputy county treasurer un der Dr. T. B. Moore, the indorsing official.—Florence Tribune. J. W. Joyce and- wife. John Lamb ~ and mother, of Canon City, sprat Bun- - day with their sister. Mrs. Walter Smith of West First stisst. Ftcrraas Tribune. A rate of flUlron?trip le author ised frees Canon City to Poes tails. Idaho and recara January ltth and ltth. Good to ratara until January flat- liberal stop-overs both dirue- Uons. Rio Grande. Ralph Cam mack, who. at one time resided on Uneoln Park, but who Mr the last two or three years has bean living in Idaho, arrived here thin morning from the west on his way back to Manhattan. Kansas, to renew his studies in the State Agricultural Collage after having sprat the holi days at home J. H. Garrett, who formerly con ducted the 6-10 and 16 cent store, now known as the "Right Place," arrived In the city last night from Canon City, and is shaking hands with friends to day. Satida always has the glad hand for Mr. Garrett—Halida' Mail. The Rio Grande ptople announce that they make the customary round trip rates tor merchants desiring to trade in Chicago. New York. St. Louis, Kansas City, Des Moines and St. Jos eph. Mo. These tickets available on certain dates in January. February and March, 190*. In the future the regular meetings of the members of Rockafellow Camp. Sons of Veterans will be held In. the small room at Elks hall, beginning to morrow night. The meetings are held -emi-monthly, on the second and fourth Thursday nights of each month. Mrs. Z. D. Bam hardt. of Elm ave nue, Lincoln Park, entertained nearly a score of ladles in a most charming manner Tuesday afternoon. The decor ations wore attractive and the refresh ments delicious. It was one of the most delightful gatherings of the kind held during the Christmas seaaoa and all prmrat carried away pleasant mam □riea of the affair. The guests weru prssrated with rarustions as souven irs of the occasion Mrs. J. Q Mio- Donald and daughter. Mira Jetsle. of Florence, wore among tha out-of-town guests ANOTHERS MINING DISASTER CLAIMS TOLL OF SO LIVES Roaaok*. n. Dm. M—*Uty min*™ nl Mb followlac na •xpkr .jm la a coal min* at Uak Branch, at ala* o’clock tkl* imiii tnh« Mia* bat bM taken oat bat Ikt In cannot bn control)*! aat the work la ohom. Ttttr , ia*a *r*r* In lb* mla* wk«a the *B ploaloa ocdfffd Ivt (Im Irt Mtovii •o «atckl7 that not a Man wan able In roach the anrfaca.