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Real Estate
Notary Public—W. B. Rowland. 62$
Main street. Reoord office.
Mra. Samuel Fuller, nee Mias Car
rie Cassedy, and baby arrived In Can
on City last night from Pittsburg, Pa.,
and will spend some time here as the
guests of the former’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George R. Cassedy, on River
street Mrs. Fuller’s husband Is the
president of the Friday Concrete
Contracting & Construction company,
one of the largest concerns of the
kind In western Pennsylvania.
Hon. Allen Burls, president of the
El Paso Gold Mining Co., of Cripple
Creek left this morning for his home
in Colorado Springs after a short vis
it in this city with Mayor G. R. Tan
Mr. and Mrs. William Bridges of
Lincoln Park left on No. 10 this morn
ing for Denver to attend the funeral
of Mrs. O’Neil, an old friends, who re
cently passed away In that city.
Miss Nettie Maddox returned home
last night after a two weeks* visit
in Denver where she was the guest
of Miss Nettie McGraw.
Geo. A. Baker came home yester
day from the Wet Mountain val
ley where he went on Sunday for the
purpose of spending a few days at
the Baker St Biggs ranch, near West
cliffe. He was accompanied on the
outward trip by L. G. Walker of Pu
eblo. C. E Shaver and Mr. Trotter
of IJnooln Park and Fred Boss of
Ordway, Colorado, who returned here
the following day.
George R Caeeedy returned home
a few days ago from Hinsdale coun
ty where he had been for some time
previous on bnslnees matters con
nected with some mining property in
that section of the state. Mr. Casse
dy was unfortunate enough to get
caught in a snowstorm up near the
summit of the range one day last
week and suffered considerably from
the oold In comaeqnence. He is ar
ranging to devote his attention to his
mining Intereete this summer and
will go back to Hinsdale county
shortly to continue bis prospecting
work In that section of the state.
Mr. J. W. Eberts of the McDuffee
Motor Company of Denver, is in ths
city today delivering a (Thaimere-De
trott automobile to Mr. Frank L
Hemphill, the Iowa banker and busi
ness man who Is here for his health.
This Is the only Chalmers-Detrolt
machine In Canon City, and the car
has attracted a great deal of atten
tion because of Its beauty of outline.
Mr. Hemphill bought the machine In
the hope that It would aid In the res
toration of his health.
Mr*. J. H Taaaell and son Claude,
left today on No. 5 for I job Angeles,
for the benefit of the health of the
former Mra. Tasael’a aon. Forest,
who la located at Bhanlko. Oregon,
will meet them at Dos Angeles where
they will remain for a short time, lat
er going to Dong Beach.
The pariah picnic of Christ church
was held at the City Park last night
and was a very pleasant affair In all
respects. There were about 126 peo
ple in attendance and the sum of
$140 dollars was raised to be applied
to the church Indebtedness. It is the
Intention to have the place of worship
of Christ church conaecrsted by Bish
op Olmsted some time next month.
The taking of testimony In the Rltz- 1
man divorce case was completed at j
2:00 o'clock this afternoon and the
time for argument limited to two!
hours The case has occupied the at
tention of the district court for three
days and has been one of the raciest
tried In this county In years. Appli
cation was first made by Mrs. RJts
man for a divorce from her husband.
John UltsmAn, In the district court
of Montrose county, but was denied
and the case dismissed from the dock
et. Mr. Rttsman then filed a petl
ton for a divorce on atatutatory
grounds, whereupon his wife filed a
cross hill alleging non-support and
desertion. In the case now on trial
D. W. Rosa and Jamea T. Locke are
attorneys for the complainant and
General Joa. H. Maupln. Judge J. O
Schwelgert and Kent L Eldred for
the defendant The case will go to
the Jury at 4:00 o’clock.
Ben W. Rea la spending n week or
ten days in trout fishing on the Gun
nison. Mr. Rhea, who le located 12
or 1C miles beyond Gunnison, says
that the larger trout are not yet ril
ing to artificial files, but the smaller
fish nre biting voraciously and that
many good catches nre being made.
R. 8. Dlttmore of Hillside arrived
In this city this afternoon on No. 2.
8. A. VanBusklrk and J. F. Fuller
returned this afternoon from West
dlffe whore they wont on buslneas.
Mr. Earl Snyder and sister Ora,
of Lansing, Michigan, are visiting at
the home of 0. A. Steadman of this
Mra. Katherine Seibert of Denver is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Jones, on Lincoln Park.
Mrs. Sherman Ball, of Denver and
Miss Edith Vaughn of Colorado
Springs, who have been in this city
for the past two weeks as the guests
of Mrs. Harl and Mrs. G. R. Turner,
returned to their homes this morning
on No. 10.
Mrs. Leona Dunbran and daughter
Margaret of Naples. Illinois, are the
guests In the home of C. A. Linklns on
Lincoln Park. Mrs. Dunbran and a
daughter are on their way to Califor
Miss Tina Linklns Is the gueBt of
her brother, Mr. C. A. Linklns on
Lincoln Park.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Linking of Grand
Junction are the guests of Mr. Dink
ins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C- A. Link
ins and family on Lincoln Park.
Mr. B. H. Schroeder, one of the
leading druggists of Fort Madison, la.,
arrived In this city Friday afternoon
accompanied by his wife and mother,
Mrs. John Schroeder of West Point,
Iowa, and are visiting at the home of
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Holz
faster on Porter avenue, Lincoln
Park. This is their first visit west
and they are greatly taken with the
scenery about Canon City. Mr. Holz
fester and Mrs. Schroeder are sis
Mrs. Charles R. McLain and daugh
ter, Miss Ethel, left this afternoon for
Glen wood Springs and will spend a
week or ten days in the enjoyment of
the social *gayetles of that very de
lightful resort.
Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Jones of Lebo,
Kansas, arc visiting the former’s
brother, W. H. Jones, and family on
Elm avenue, Lincoln Park. Mr. and
Mrs. Jones visited Canon City three
years ago and were so much pleased
with the country and ita surroundings
that they have decided to spend “the
heated term” here every summer.
Dr and Mrs. A. M. Austin and two
children, late residents at 506 Pike
avenue, left this morning for th*?r old
home at Stronghust. Illinois, on ac
count of Mra. Austin’s health, which
has not been very good since com
to Canon City, due it Is believed to the
altitude. It is pnobab’e that they will
return here next fall to re-atablish
their residence.
Mr and Mr* G V. Hodgin and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. L K. Moody and
family. Mr. and Mrs. O. L Reynolds
and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Moody
of Lynn. Indiana, and Mr. and M<«.
W H. Moody of Lynn. Indiana, pic
nicked on Wednesday In Oak Grove
canon. The outing was hugely enjov
'•d by all. especially by the visitors
who were de’ghted with the magni
ficent scenery in the vicinity of their
picnic grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Charle* H. Duncan
and sons. Donald and Robert, nnd
Mr* Duncans’ mother Mrs. Btrlblcn.
of St Joe. Missouri, and Mr. an1 Mrs.
J O. Stearns and daurtater left thin
afternoon for the Elk horn resort on
the Gunnison river, where the/ have
taken a cottage for a month and
! where they will spend the next four
weeks In fisMng and in other
recreations Mr. Stearns, whose busi
ness Interests will not permit his te
j malnlng away so long, expects to rc- j
turn to Canon City In the course of ■
ten days.
j The delegates to the recent meet
; ing the National Car Accountants as-
I Hortatlon In Denver passed through
| here over the Denver & Rio Grande
road at 11.00 o’clock this morning cn
route to San Francisco and other I
! points on the Pacific coast They had
• a special train of eight Pullman
coaches and were travelling in great
style.. They were accompanied by n
I protographer and nt the Hanging
Bridge and In the Royal Gorge the
train slopped and several pictures
were taken. There was about liPft peo
ple In the party. They visited the
Cripple Creek district ysterday.
Chief Weather Observer Fred H
Brandenberg of Denver, who came to
town last Wednesday afternoon for the
purpose of establishing a branch of
the weather bureau here under the
direction of Professor Sherwood, waa
delighted and surprised w*ith what he
saw In Canon City. He was under the
impression before he came that It waa
a provincial, slow-going community
and the trip waa undertaken with
great reluctance Much to his as
tonishment he found a live, wide
awake town surrounded by a beauti
ful country. He made an automobile
excursion over the Skyline Drive and
through the orchard districts and pro
nounced each of them peerless in Its
Miss Ida Harrison entertained the
Young ladles' Whist Club yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leedham of
Trinidad are the guests of Mrs. Leed
hntn's mother on Lincoln Park.
A marriage license was Issued on
Thursday to W. .W. Gates of Canon
City and Mrs. Helen McKay of Den
L. E. Morrison of LeAdville i» visit
ing In Canon City, having been sum
moned here by the Illness of his
Miss Pearl Swain and Miss Grace
Ellrod of this city left last night for
the Pacific coast where they will
spend their vacation taking in the
sights of California. They were ac
companied as far as Salt Lake City
by Miss Blanche Sherwood and Miss
Grace Pierce who will spend their va- (
cation in that city. Miss Sherwood’s
brother lives in Salt Lake City.
Mrs. A. H. Andrews and grandson,
Edward Fowlkes, of Mobile, Alabama,
accompanied by the lormer’s colored
maid, arrived here last night and will
spend the greater part of the sum
mer on Lincoln Park as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rowland on Elm
avenue. Mrs. Andrews Is Mrs. Row
land’s mother and has been a frequent
visitor to Colorado during the last
few years. The colored maid has been
a servant In the family since “befo de
Ambrose Johnson and Hugh John
son Were arrested last night for be
ing drunk and disorderly conduct and
were each fined $3.00 and costs in the
police court this morning. Both men
are employed in connection with the
work being done by Dittmar & Compa
ny In Grape creek canon for the De-
Weese irrigation project.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCleary and
little daughter. Carolyn of Pauline,
Nebraska, are the guests of Mr. an
Mrs. G. R. Breckenridge on Garfield
street, Lincoln Park. They are en
joying their stay here very much and
will remain for some time. Mrs. Mc-
Cleary la a niece of Mrs. Brecken
The C. E. meeting of the Presby
terian church tomorrow evening will
begin promptly at 6:15 instead of 6.-
20 and will be held in the parlors of
the church. At this time a report of
the state convention recently held at
Sterling. Colorado, will be given, and
a cordial invitation 1> extended to all
to be present.
Mrs. J. H. Tassell and son of North
Raynolds avenue. Canon, left a
few days ago for southern California,
for a stay of indefinite duration. The
trip was made for the benefit of the
former’s health.
Mrs. John Morrison of Colorado
Springs {■ spending the week la Can
on City, having been called here by
the serious illness of her mother. Mrs.
Jerusha Morrison of 1031 River street,
whose condition has been alarming
for some time..
Capt. H. M. Mingay and family, who
have been guesta at the Hotel Denton
for some time, have returned their
home In Greenwood avenue..
Mlsa Elsa Bauer has returned to her
home In Pueblo, after a pleasant visit
with relative*, in this city.
Mrs. Harry Dunbaugh and daughter,
formerly of Pueblo, were in the city
Thursday en route from Denver to
their home In Canon City. — Pueblo
J. W. Linden of this city left on No.
.10 this morning for Colorado Springs
on business.
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make, price exploded, wWAaf AAS A |y good, price exploded,
choice pair $1.98 602-604 Ma.indt. CnnonCity.Colo. choice $1.48
BL '-V- $1.48 tor your choice of all Ladies' Tan or i lot * ■ .50 Ladies Kid Oxfords, a good as-
XfjryJ Chocolate Pumps and Oxfords. Nice variety sortment and good values. Medium heels,
'Jf styles and laats. All sizes. We lose on every choice pair. $1.29
/WL pair but go, they must. Kegular #2.50 and ;
'F $3.00. Price exploded, choice pair $1.48 ji Men’s Oxfords <vc offer the whole of our
■ large stock ftf Patents, Vicis, Gun Metals, Tan
*■ Ik Misses'Tan Oxfords and Ankle Stiap Sandals j * nd Wine Calf Oxfords at these exploded prices
\ One Fifth oft' from regular price. Misses' $2.50 Oxfords, exploded price.. $2.19
Black Kid or Patent Oxfords, One Tenth off 3.00 Oxfords, exploded price S2.SO
from regular price. 3. jo Oxfords, exploded price .. - $2.98
Children*' Barefoot Sandals' Tan Leather, 2 Buckle Straps, 49c, 59c, 69c, 79c. According to site.
Harry Reed of Penrose was a visi
tor in this city yesterday.
Orion Locke left on No. 10 this
morning for Portland on business.
Dr. R. E. Holmes, wife and baby i
left this morning on a two weeks’ trip 1
through the western states and Cali- '
The Misses Lelia and Feme Arm
strong of this city are the guests of
W. P. Wllbar and family in Florence
for several days.
The Misses Jane and Loelia Holm
es of this city, left today for a two
week’s eating at Estes Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Doss of Arlington, Va.,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
A. Hall on Garfield street, Lincoln
Park. They are the parents of Mrs.
Hall and are making their first visit
to Colorado.
C. R- Dye. who has been here for a
month or more looking after some
business affairs requiring his atten
tion, left yesterday on his return to
Los Angeles. California, where he is
the proprietor and manager of the
Briggs apartments, a popular family
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bocking, of Den
vver, who were visitors in Canon City
last week, left yesterday afternoon
for Jack’s cabin on East river, eight
miles above Almont, Colorado, where
they will spend a couple of week In
fishing for trout.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bash, daughter.
Miss Bessie and son, Harry, have re
turned from a pleasant visit with rel
atives and friends in Denver. Des
pite the attractions and allurements
of the city they were g'ad to get home
and escape the dust and heat of the
Will Mack, late of Grand Junction, j
and L. L. Emmerson of Mt. Vernon.
Illinois, left yesterday for Carpenter’s
ranch, near Cebolla. where they will
spend the greater part of the week in
fishing along the Gunnison rlTer. They
planned to stay in Sallda until this
morning and take the narrow-guage
train out of that city for destination
via tbe Marshall pass. Trout fishing
Is reported to he unusually good In
the Gunnison and Its tributaries at
present and hundreds of anglers are
camped along the streams of the west
ern slope.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dinges of this
city, accompanied by their guests, the
Misses Mattie and Lulu Dinges. of At
lantic, lowa, were visitors In Cripple
Creek yesterday. They report a
heavy hailstorm in the district during
their stay. and on the higher moun
tain peaks in the vicinity, a light
Corb Chapman of Stockton. Kansas,
stopped off here last Saturday for a
short visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Wilson while en route to California.
Mr. Chapman is a prominent cattle
man and capitalist of the Sunflower
state and has been a friends of the
Wilson’s for many years. He was
more than pleased with Canon City
and will make a more extended stay
here on his return from the Pacific
coast. Mr. Chapman resumed his
journey this afternoon.
Mrs. Willie Watson and little son I
left this morning for a visit at the |
Watson ranch on Hardscrabble
T. M. Harding left last Saturday
morning on a fishing trip to Carpen
ter’s ranch on the Gunnison river.
Mrs. J. A. St.Clair and son of Long
mont left this morning for their home
after a short visit with Mrs. St. Clair’s
sister, Mrs. J. G. Schweigbert of this
Mr. and Mra. John Moody and Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Moody of Lynn, Ind
iana, who have been visiting relatives
and friends in this city and surround
ings for a month or six; weeks, left
this morning for their home in the
Hosier state. Their sojourn here
was a pleasant one and they carry
away with them many agreeable rec
ollections of Canon City and its env
According bo George A. Baker there
were excellent rains in the Wet
Mountain valley on Saturday and
Sunday and the ranchers are feeling
pretty good in consequence. The
prospect for the hay crop in that sec
tion is most encouraging this year
and farmers looking forward to a
more than ordinarily prosperous har
A man forgets his good luck next
day, but remembers his bad luck un
til next year.
A very delightful informal musical
was given at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Emmerson, 512 River St.,
last night. The program was of both
! a classical and popular character and
was greatly enjoyed by those having
the good fortune to be present. Among
the instrumentalists were Miss Hen
drickson and Miss Elsie Kennedy.
W. S. Evans and daughter Carrie,
will leave tomorrow oe No. 5 for Los
i Angeles. They will stop over at Salt
I.ake City, en rout*. If he likes Cal
i ifornia he may decide to remain there
. and Mra. Evans will Join him in a
month or so.
Miss Edith L. Jones of Denver, who
! is employed with the American Bible
houae. is spending her vacation with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones
i on Elm Avenue. Lincoln Park.
! Jamie and Martha Dickson, child
ren of Dr. sod Mrs. J. Homer Dick
son. left a few days ago for Colorado
Springs, where they will spend a week
or ten days with their grandmother.
: Mrs. Rinehart. They made the trip
alone and were elated with the idea
j of traveling without a guardian.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Biggs left this
morning for a pleasure trip to Du
rango and other points in the south
western part of the state. They ex
pect to be gone ten days or two weeks
E. T. Rocker returned to Canon City
j yesterday from Colorado Springs,
where he spent the greater portion of
last week, visiting the scenic attrac
tions of the Pike’s Peak district. He
was accompanied on the return trip
by Mr. and Mrs. F. R Schell and chil
dren. Lyman and Corine, and Mrs.
' Netherway of Wahoo. Nebraska.
i A mad-dog scare developed in tha
vicinity of Florence a day or two ago
when a canine belonging to John
Tribble, a farmer near that city, at
tacked a horse, biting it viciously and
then attempting t» bite Mrs. Tribble,
who locked herself in the house until
the arrival of her husband. The dog
made a raid on the cats in the neigh
borhood and six are dead. Making
his way toward town, the dog bit at
least ten dogs before overtaken by
Tribble and shot.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Haines and fam
ily left this morning for an extended
Eastern trip that will include a large
number of the more interesting placed
in the region of the Great Lakes. They
will go first to their former home at
Cedar Rapids, lowa, and later to Chi
cago, Mackinac Island and other
points in the upper peninsula of Mich
igan. While in lowa Mrs. Haines will
attend the celebration of the 61st
marriage anniversary of her grand
Children Cry
Mr. Richard L. Shaw, chairman of
the Chaffee county Republican Cen*
tral committee of Buena Vista, was
a business visitor in this city for a
few days and left today for his home
in that city
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. School and chil
dren. Lyman and Co ripe, and Mr«.
Royal Netherway of Wahoo. Nebras
ka. who are making an automobile
tour throu Colorado, arrived here yes
terday and will spend a week in Can
on City and vicinity. On their way
West they visited several points of
interest in Wyoming and in the north
ern part of this state, proceeding lat
er to Denver and Colorado Springs.
Mrs. Schell and Mra Netherway are
sisters of Mrs. EL. T. Rocker of this
J. H. Putney «t Chicago, who recent
ly underwent a surgical operation at
the hospital here, stopped off In Can
on City for a brief visit with Dr. C.
Herman Graves, while enroute from
Chicago to the Pacific coast on a busi
ness trip. Mr. Putney, who has for
many years been connected with the
Chicago. Burlington and Qnlncy rail
road company, has lately been pro
moted to be traveling inspector for
that system. Mr. Putney and Dr.
Graves are old time friends.
Mrs. Sam McDonald went to Cripple
Creek today to remain for a week.
Mr. and Mra. T. A. Haynes and chil
dren. left this morning for Fayette,
Central City and Cedar Rapids. Iowa,
where they will visit relatives and
friends. Before returning home, they
will go to Chicago and take the lake
trin to Mackinac Island and return,
being four days on the lake. Mrs.
Haynes and the children will remain
in Iowa for about a month, but Mr.
Haynes will return here by July 15th.
in time to take a large party of home
seekers and investors to Dalhart. Tex
hs on July 19th.
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