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TJ O f Commences Times. Morning April Ist JZi&Sld* Ends Saturday April 10th Special Bargains in new goods in all departments. We have room in this adver tisement to tell you of only a few of the many good values we offer during this sale. WATCH FOR THE EGG PRICE TICKETS ribbon> EMBROIDERIES men’s shirts THE GENUINE “GARTNER A Quantity Purchase for Cash En.bles us to Give You __ RIHBONS.” THESE PRICES s“c yp^ e ribbons of beautiful lustre . , 'ly colors and of soft and Lot 1 Lot 3 and lovk springy a tren Stk* 1200 yards good cambric edgings Corset Cover Embroideries and We place OB sale 25 dozen bow We nlaos °“ sale and lnBert,ons ' Two t 0 fou '' Flounctngs. Dainty patterns and SHIRXB Jngt received from the P inches wide. Neat patterns and cheap at 25c yard we|l fiinished edges. The kind ■ manufacturers.. A handsome va- JOi afOS paid 7c to lOe yard for. j 1 rlcty of corded Percales, Cnam- V silk Taffetas 3 to SALE PRICE SALE PRICE of Gartners riel ' . __ 1 r\ v > brays, fine Sateens, etc. In a wide 4 Inches wide. n. umbers 40, 6°, and 4 C Yard ( l9c Yard „ , 80. Well worth » ,Jp to 25c yard - t range of patterns and colors. SALE P. WICE j 2 ' Lot 4 These shirts are well made and Ir w ? ',.4 ... , cut generously full.. Slses from 14 »rO 100(1 yards fine cambric up to 8 Fine Swiss Embroidery i louncings inches wide. Beautiful and ela- six beautiful new patterns, 27 These are good values at "Gartu er ’ s beau- ljora e |iat,erns ' all wl,h inser - inches wide. Fully worth 75c our regular price, of 76c. but for a ,ift! 80 fiowered! plaids am > • tlcn ,0 ma ‘ ch ' You have seldom yard. short time we place them on sale at four to five Inches wl* Weil bought , his grade for less than - worth 35c to 50c yard. Isc to 20c yard. SILE FK,tE SALE PRICE j SALE PRICE 49c Yard 25c Yard 10c Yard Insertions to match 19c yard I 59c ■yip O c 602-604 Main Street Proprietors Eureka Bargain Store PIPE ORGAN AT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH SHOWS UNRULY DISPOSITION From Tuesday's Daily. A serie-comic incident took place just before the close of the services at the First Methodist church Sunday evening in consequence of the ob streperous and unruly conduct of the p’pe organ, which not only refused to perforin its functions, but persisted in a behavior that would have been dis astrous to the discourse had it oc curred before Pastor Hollenback fin ished his sermon. Miss Coolbaugh, the organist, had more or less trouble with the instru ment all day, but it was not until near the end of the evening service that it refused to respond to the touch of the keys, although one or two musical numbers had to be omitted to avoid open rebellion on the part of its mechanism. The power for the opera tion of the organ is furnished by a small water motor, located under the | floor of the choir, and it was from that sotirce that the trouble came. Unfortunately, the trap door, which afforded the only means of access to the motor, was nailed up and it was impossible to put an end to the dis * turbance until a hatchet could be ob tain ed, the door opened and the water turned off; a procedure that required some time. The annyonce was caused by the valves of the motor becoming clog ged with mud and impurities from the water system, which produced a loud thumping noise not unlike that which results when steam from a heating Stability Demonstrated Thirty-five years of successful banking and steadily increasing deposits demonstrate the stability of the Fremont County National Bank; that it is a banking institution which carefully guards all funds entrusted to it. Your account, subject to check is invited. FREMONT COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Canon City, Colorado CAPITAL ESTABLISHED 1*74 OLDEST BANK IN THIS SECTION plant is suddenly turned into cold and unused radiators. The pounding was constant and violent, and would have drowned the preaching had it begun a few moments earlier. The bellows of the organ would not work and there was no means by which the noise could be shut off from the out side. Happily, the outbreak did not occur till the choir had begun to sing the concluding stanza of the last hymn, otherwise, there is no knowing what might have taken place. On learning that the organ had gotten beyond the control of the player, the choir sang the last verse without in strumental accompaniment, after which the congregation was dismiss ed; the pounding, pulsating motor ad ding a discordant din to the service. Five or six months ago the organ I was completely overhauled and put in ! good condition by an expert from Chl ! cago. He induced the organ commit tee of the church to sign a contract j not to open the interior mechanism of j the instrument until he returned to Canon City, and it was by him that the trap door leading to the room un der the choir was closed np. A man has been summoned from Colorado Springs to make the needed repairs to the organ and it is expected that it will be in working condition again be fore the close of the current week. NOTICE. For purpose of cleaning out the Canon City H. &. I. ditch, water will be turned out for about a week, be ginning Saturday evening 27th. B. F. ROCKAFELLOW. Sec. THE CANON CITY RECORD, THURSDAY, APRIL i, 190$. CHURCH CHOIR HAVE CHURCH CHOIR HAVE VERY JOLLY SESSION From Saturday’s Daily. Last evening after choir practice the members of the First Presbyterian chodr held a jolly social gathering in j :he church parlors in honor of Mrs. W. C. Thomas, who goes next week to join her husband in Middletown, Pa. A guessing game suggested the prospective railroad journey and the cities to be visited en route, each of those present having been provided with a “ticket.’* During the “thirty minutes for lunch,” substantial sandwiches, pick les, doughnuts, coffee and stick candy were served at a lunch counter. Mrs. Thomas was given a Canon souvenir spoon as a reminder of her pleasant association with the choir, from whose number she will be great ly missed. Music had been a feature of the ev ening and as a fitting conclusion, all joined in the singing of old songs. In cluding Auld Lang Syne and “Bleat be the Tie.” The crowd then proceeded to the home of J. W. Payne, Just in time to serenade Mr. H. C. Prentiss and his bride, nee Miss Edna Payne, before they left, for their wedding trip. LEFT ON THEIR CAMPING OUTING AT BUMBACK SPRINGS THIS MORNING From Saturday’s Daily. The Canon City high school cadet corps left for Bum-back Springs on lte annual camping outing this morning. There were fewer men In the inarch ing line than had been expected, due, probably to the disagreeable weather. Camp will be established at Bumback Springs, twelve miles from town, and the boys will remain there till April 3rd. the close of the spring vacation. The tents and other camp equipage was loaned to the corps by the adjutant general at Denver. If ' the weather Is fine there will be many ' visitors from Canon City to Bumback I Springs next week. REMAINS WILL BE TAKEN TO M'PHERSON, KANS From Saturday’s Dally. Mrs. Emma Elizabeth Fredrickson* wife of F. L. Fredrickson, died of tuberculosis at the family home 520 Floral avenue, at 8 o’clock this morn ing, aged thirty-six years. Deceased came to Canon Clay with her husband and family from Me- Pherson. Kansas, a little more than a year ago for the benefit of her health, which had been In falling con dition for some time. The Improve ment which It was hoped would re sult from the change of environment, was not realized and she grew slowly but Irresistibly, worse until death came to her relief. She leaves besides a husband and many relatives and friends, three small children to mourn her death. The remains will be taken back to the old home at McPherson for burial. The funeral party will leave on the Santa Pe train this evening. Dr. K. C. Sapere The Denver ere. ear, note anil throat epeclallat, will attain be at tbe St Clond hotel. Friday and flatarder. April 1* and 17. Conaultatlon free. WILL CLOSE SUCCESSFUL REVIVEL SUNDAY NIGHT From Saturday’s Daily. The series of successful evangelist ic meetings which Rev. Harris, pas tor Mount Olivet Baptist congrega tion, colored, has been conducting, from his pulpit in this city, will close Sunday night. The services have been very interesting and well attended; eleven additions to the chwrch having been reported up to the present time. EAST CANON NOMINATED FOR OFFICE FRIDAY NIGHT At a caocafl of the rotor* of East Canoa at the Harrison school bond ing on Cottonwood avenue Friday night the following candidates were named for village officers to he noted for Tuesday, April *th: E. a. Waite, mayor. A. J. McGowan and Horace J. Craig, trustees for two years. U- J. Evans and John Weed, trus tees tor one year. * -TS-RU-NA DID ! MRS. ROSA BOYCR. MUS. ROSA BOYER, 1421 Sherman Avo., Evanston, 111., writes: “If a»»7 one has reason to praise Peruna U is surely myself. “Ijast spring I became so run down •rom tho serious effects of a lingering cold, that several complications united in pulling me down. I could neither cal lor sloop well, and lost flesh and spirit. “I Anally tried Peruna and It did evonders for me. In two weeks I was like another person, and in a month 1 felt better than I ever had before. “I thank Parana for new life and strength. I send yon two pictures, so yon can see what Peruna has done for me.” Better Than far Years. Mrs. Mary F. Jones, Burning Springs, Ky., writes: “I wish to speak a word in praise of your highly valued Peruna, as I bars been blessed with the golden opportu nity of giving it a fair and impartial tost, and can say that I have had better health, far better, alnoe 1 have been using it than for quite a number of years before. “One of my neighbors hsd stomach trouble. I recommended Porana to her, «nd now she is well and'healthy, after Saving been pronounced hopeless bf ssveral physicians/’ Man-a-llr an Ideal Laxative. FREMONT MEDICAL SOCIETY HOLDS REGULAR MEETING The regular meeting of the Fremont Medical Society met in Dr. Goodloe’s office last evening. The society was called to order by President Cum mings at 8:30. Dr. Singer of Pueblo on the scientific program, read an essay entitled: “A Few Ideas on Ty phoid Fever.” Dr. Baker covered the field: “Surgical Complications of Ty phoid Fever.” Both essays ellcted good discussions. A vote of thanks from the society was tendered the essay ists of the evening. Drs. Ashley and Orendorff pres ented a specimen of an Impacted < todth and gave a most Interesting his tory of the treatment of the same. Dr. Little presented Intcreslng pathological specimens. The meeting was of maximum Interest and great benefit. The following guests and members were present: Drs. Baker and Singer of Pueblo; Drs. Cunmmlngs and At kinson of Florence.; Drs. Phelps, Little, Moore, Cannon, Craves, Clarke, Orendorff, Holmes, Wilkinson, Max well, Booth, Ashley and Goodloe of Canon City. CHAS. B. SAXTON DIED IN PUEBLO THURSDAY EVENING Chas. B. Saxton, well known fir this community, died at his home In Pueb lo, Thursday evening afer a short Ill ness, aged slxty-one years. Mr. S a Sion has been a resident of Pueblo county for twenty-seven years and was prom inent In the upbuilding of the city. Born in Canada. Mr. Saxton came to this country and state In the early eighties and made Pueblo his home. Shortly after, he removed to the vi cinity of Beulah and engaged in the farming Industry at that place. He was prosperous In his new work, but returned to Pueblo about fifteen years ago that his children might have the opportunity of the city schools. During hie Mr. Saxton accumulated considerable property, principally In mining and stone quarry interests, among some of his holdings being a large stone quar ry at Beulah, which he held Jointly with Judge C. C. Wells. In later years , Mr. Saxton has been a dealer in flux-! Ing materials from his mines located I in and around Canon City. The deceased is survived by a wife and thre*> children. Fannie and Mah lon, who are attending school at Cen tral high school, and Frank B. Saxton, who has been attending the conserv atory of music of Lincoln. Neb. Mr. Saxton was a member of the Masons’ lodge and was prominent In the order of Foresters. The funeral took place from his late residence at 2 o’clock this after noon. FRIENDS IN COUNCIL . The history committee had the pro gram fn charge yesterday afternoon at the Friends In Connell meeting. It was most ably assisted by ten bright faced, happy boys and girls, who en tertained the members In a very pleas ing way with selections on the piano and rtolln, to cal music and recita tions. At the close of the program each child was presented with a box of bon-bons as a sotrrenlr of the oc casion and also as a token of appre ciation by ,the club members for the delightful afternoon they had spent The following was the program ren dered: 1. Babe McDaniels—Violin Solo. *'lll Trovatore" 2. Boyle Holmes—Red tattoo. "The Call" 3. Carl Graves—Vocal Belos. a. "The Tinker’s Song, from Rob in hood. b. "When I Do Wrong." 4. Hazel May—Plano Solo. "Jatonlca" 5. Myral Sheri 11—Vocal Solo. "Alabama" 6. Louise and Ruth Marr—Plano Dnet '‘Rondo Caprice" by Sudds 7. Helen Hodgin—Plano Solo. "Valse” by Newlands 8. Lyle Craig—Recitation. "My Cousin from the Bast" 9. Bobb Inness—Violin Solo. "Blue Bells of Scotland." The Insistent encouree of the audi ence were generously responded to by the children. With Improved Methods Modern Equipment* and Excellent Service We Can Sapply Yoor Wants, and We Want Your Business TR.Y US' i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Canon City, Colorado .CAPITAL $30,000.00 A. E. CARLTON, Pres, W. H. DOZIER, Vice Pre*. A. J. TURNER, Cashier Coming! T to Canon City —AT THE— St. Cloud Hotel Friday and Saturday April 16 and 17 Dr. K. c7 Sapero Oculist and Anrist Eye, Ear, If.*. ..4 Threat Specialist af Denver Is too well known to need any introduction, fir- ' y His references are bis patients—your neigh* bore and friends. Hundreds ef Patients In this Virtu iff. Nn Incurable Cases Taken. Cataracts removed and cross eyas straightened. Granulated eyelids, sore eyes, -catarrh and deafness gscoewful* 5y treated. Glasses sdeotlAciallj ad* lusted by the latest and most approved up-to-date methods. Difficult Cases Solicited. Bring year School Children. Over KMMt Patients treated In California. Colorado. Now Mexico. Oklahoma and Kansas. A large stock of glasses and artificial eyes on hand. A large proportion of headaches, hysteria. Insomnia, chorea (St. Vitos dance I. nervous prostration, hallucina tion. stomach troubles, and other phys ical maladies, when of s nervous na ture. are caused by eye strain. Tbs removal of the cause effects a perma nent cure. ®*peelulljr are In r l "® lwia,,s vlted to call and Investigate his methods of correcting errors or refraction. Dr Sapero has been practicing In Colorado for many years. He Is u graduate of the leading medical col leges of Europe and this country, and Is licensed to prsctlce by the State Board of Medical Examiners of Colo rado and other states. DpfpPPfirAC furnished from BCICICI’tCS some of the lead ing citizens of Canon City und vicinity, now under treatment. Those unfortunate and unable to pay will receive medical und surgical treatment free. Remember £ He cures where others fall. Over It vears’ practical experience Thousands ? r f om £2ktE float* whom he bu cured, furn!«h«4 cn demand. Dr. Hapere ha. heea rl.lttar Cum City roraUrfy far mar year*. AH w.rk KwnaitMd *r mn ref.aded. If you 4r.fr. to reaealt the Dwtoh plmee make app.fatai.at early, fea.altettoa aa4 RxantMtlra tor fllliM Dm, DIED SATURDAY RIGHT OF COMPLICATION OF DISEASED D. C. Raybcurn died at his horn# on Chestnut street, Lincoln Park, at 10:30 o'clock Saturday night from a complication of diseases after an Ill ness of several weeks’ duration. De ceased leaves a wife and three chil dren. one ef whom, a son. Uvea In Florence. Although Mr. Rayburn had been sick for some time his oondltlon was not regarded as serious until a chort time before he died. Deceased resided In Florence previous to com ing to Canon City and the remains were token to the home of his son at that piece where the funeral was held Monday afternoon. The Interment was In the cemetery at Florence. Mr. Rayburn had lived here for several years and was highly respected by all who knew him. Rheumatic poisons are quickly aad surely driven out of the blood with Dr. Shoop's Rheumntlo Remedy— liquid or tablet form. Dr. Stoop'S Booklet on Rheumatism plainly aad Interestingly tells how this Is dona Tell some sufferer of this book* or better still, write Dr. Bhoop. Racine, Wls., for the book and free test sam ples. Send no money. Just Join with Dr. Shoop and give some sufferer a pleasant surprise. Ram bo Jb glawk.