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WILL BE TAKEN TO PLAIN FIELD, TEXAS, FOR BURIAL Milo G. Krider died at his home in Bouth Canon last Saturday from ty phoid fever, after a snort illness and the remains will he taken to his old hon.e at Plainfield, Texas, tomorrow, for burial. Deceased was a carpen ter by trade and was twenty-five years of age. He came here last spring and was employed for some time by Messrs. Lamb & Campbell, the con tractors. Mr. Krider was married re-! cently and it was while in attendance at the bedside of his wife, who waß stricken down with typhoid fever five or six weeks ago, that he contracted j i the disease that resulted in his death, 1 : Mrs. Krider is - slowly convalescing : from her late illness and will accom pany tb» body of her-husband back to| //Texas. Her parents are with her and i•■■will*go with her to the place of inter nment/- Mr. and Mrs. Krider had pur chased property in South Canon with rithe- intentiotf of -making their home! there: TOOK PICTURES OF THE ROYAL GORGE MONDAY Robert Wilson, of Denver, a pro fessional landscape photographer, ac companied by Secretary Harry S. Maddox of the Canon City Business Men’s Association, spent Monday tak ing pictures of the Royal Gorge and surroundings, views from the Skyline drive and scenes in the orchards of Lincoln park and Fruitmere. Mr. Wilson has a process of photography by means of which he is able to take pictures In their natural colors. The process is of French invention and the pictures taken by it here will be; used by Mr. Wilson in a lecture! course shortly to be given at a num ber of places in the eastern states. OLD FRIENDS ENDORSE HARRY MADDOX’S CANDIDACY Prom the Douglas County Repub lican. (Castle Rock): The Republican convention of Fre mont county last Saturday nominat ed Harry Maddox for county treasur er. Mr. Maddox was for several years the Rio Grande agent at Sedalia and Castle Rock and while in this county took an active interest in politics. He' has been the Rio Grande agent at Canon for the past five years. He is a good man and should be elected. During the seven years Mr. Mad dox wag a resident of this county he was active in promoting the best in terests of the party and ever willing and anxious to aid in every way poss ible. On more than one occasion he could have received the nomination for an important office, but always preferred to work in the ranks and leave the offices to men of greater ex perience. Now that he has received ah important nomination, by acclam ation, thus attesting the confidence of the people of Fremont county, his uiaiiy friends in Douglas county, will earnestly hope for his election. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES FROM SOUTH CANON * s The second program of the Philo- 1 matios Literary society was given 1 Wednesday. The meeting was called to order by the president, the minutes 1 were read by the secretary and the re port of the constitution committee was read, after which the following pro gram was given: Plano Solo Gladys Corey • Story Grace Minister Recitation Frank Beam Essay. “Governor Folk” George Grundman Violin Boio Glenn Gebhardt Recitation Byrd Bailey l Vocal Solo Marie Oorey The Juniors gave a reception to the Freshmen at the Annex Hall Friday evening of the 11th. A good time was reported by all. Annia Deri to is back in school; again after a long illness. EXECUTRIX’S NOTICE. Estate of Morton W Cress. de-| ceased. The undersigned, having been ap pointed Executrix of the estate of Morton W. Gross, late of the County' of Fremont, in the State of Colorado, deceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear before the County Court, of said Fremont County, at the Court House in Canon City. In said County at the September Term. 1910, on Sat-' nrday. November 19th, 1910, at 2 o'- clock P. M . at which time all per-i sons having claims against said es tate are notified and requested to at tend for the purpose of having thei same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are request, it to mu(.< , immediate payment to the under signed. Dated at Canon City. Colo., this! 2ML day of October. A. D . 1910 EMMAURKBH Executrix nrst Pub. Oct. 27, Itlfi. I 14* Pub Nov 17. If JO. BASKET BALL • On last Friday evening, the Boys’ Basket Ball team played its first game > with the 1909-1910 Alumni team as op . j ponents. This year's team is com- I j posed entirely of new material but, I under the coaching of Prof. Allen, has already developed speed and en durance rarely seen this early in the season and gives promise of becom ,: ing one of our fastest and best organ ’, ized teams. Last year's team played in its old form and found use for all the baskets that Guy Miller and Earl j Newton could capture. The final ; score of 37 to 31 in favor of the Alum ni does not tell the whole story, as. [during the second half they were able [ to get but one point the better of their opponents. The lineup for South Canon was: j Forwards, John Griffith and Malcolm Andrew; center. Wm. McCormick, (Capt.); guards, Roy Sawbill and [ Frank Beem. The Alumni lined up as follows: j Forwards, Guy Miller. (Capt.) and . Earl Newton; center, Chas. Preston; i guards Earl IJoyd and James Pringle. ] CALL FOR BIDS. Notice is hereby given that sealed | bids are called for by the Board of ! County Commissioners of Fremont County, for the following work: New fixtures for the vaults In the : following county offices: County Treasurer, County Assess or, County Clerk, Clerk of the Dis trict Court and County Judge. Con tractors are requested to furnish their own plans and speciflcations. Bids will be open at 2 o’clock P. M , November 9th, 1910, and the Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. H. E. SMITH, County Clerk. . Ist pub. Oct. 20th, 1910. | IaBSI pub. Oct. 27th, 1910. THE COTTAGE HOME A dreadful tragedy occurred years , ago. A girl had gone wrong, very wrong. Her parents had cast her off. There were two places where there was a welcome for her. One was the house of shame; the other was the grave. She chose the grave and shot herself. In the heart of a good wo- , man who knew of the girl and her j terrible end was born a resolve to help other girls and to save them j from a similar fate. She came before the convention of the Woman’s Chris tion Temperance Union and pleaded that they make a place where a girl , who has gone astray may have at! least one chnce to redeem her life and start over again. In much fear and faltering they un dertook the great task, and In 188(5 twenty-four years ago next month, a cottage was rented and its doors opened to the unfortunate girl. So 1 began the Cottage Home. The years ; have gone on. Amid vlclsitudes many, in debt and discouragement some ' times, in help and hope at other , times, the doors have stood open to welcome the well nigh lost girl. Nearly 1300 have been sheltered there. Of these we are confident that at least ninety-seven per cent are honest, virtuouß women today. Many • are in homes of their own. many art self supporting. At the time of their bitter need they have been cared for,! protected from the world’s curiosity! and scorn, employment found when I .necessary, and helped to a standing ! in life again. If it were your girl would you think 1 it worth while? MRS. D M. HAYES, Denver, Colorado. 1736 Washington Street. STATE OF KANSAS SHOWS A LOSS ! Topeka, Oct. 26.—A decrease of more than 20,000 in the number of school children in Kansas during the last 20 years Is shown by a report which is being compiled by E. T. ; Fairchild, state superintendent of public instruction. The figures, how ever, show an increase in the percent -1 age of children who are attending ' school. In 1888 Kansas had a popualtion of , 1,518.552, with a school population of 532,010. The figure** for 1909 show a ; total population of 1,707.481. with aj I school population of 510,217, or a de-j crease of 21.783 The enrollment in j , the schools in 1908 was 74 per cent. while between 1880 and 1890 it was i only about 60 per cent. Mlh m Lucile DeVol of St. I-ouls, who ! has been spending the past week | among friends here departed this j morning for Denver to visit. Mr and Mrs. William \Mt, who i were recently married in tbifc city, < left* quite* suddenly this morning tot Harrisonvtlle, Mo., owing to the ro* cent death of Mr. Leafs grandfather THE CANON CITT RECORD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, IWO. Society Notes f'roDi Friday’s Daily. Mr. and Mrs. James Kiskaddon i have Just received word of the mar-1 riage of their son, Bruce H. Kiskad- 1 don, to Miss Anna Lanhan. at the home! of the groom’s sister, Mrs. L. L. Bradford, at Los Angeles, on the 12th; of October, the Rev. J. B. Halbrick ; officiating. It was a very pretty, 1 though quiet, wedding, only the im mediate friends being present. The! rooms were tastefully decorated with' scarlet geraniums and trailed smilax. and the ring ceremony was used. Mr. and Mrs. Kiskaddon will be at home for the present at Los Angeles, Calif., The many friends of the Kiskaddon family extend to them their heartiest congratulations. Last night at the home of Mr. M. S. Armitage, Miss Vina Armitage be came the wife of Mr.. William Leaf,| of Harrisonvllle. Missouri It was a very pretty affair, the, culmination of a college romance. Miss Armitage first met Mr. Leaf at Baker univer sity where they were both students. At the wedding last night about fifty guests were present to witness the pleasing ceremony. Reverend J. F. Harris of the Methodist church pro nounced the words that made the hap py couple one. The house was dec orated with long strings of autumn leaves strung horizontally across the various rooms. In the parlor where the wedding took place bouquets of flowers were placed In every available spot. Nearly all of them represent ed the esteem and regard of friends. Miss Armitage is well known in Canon City. She is a graduate of Canon City high school and of thel] musical department at Baker univer- slty. Bhe Is a talented musician and ] is unusually accomplished. Mr. Leaf is a man of exceptionally good habits and is regarded with es teem by all who are ecquainted with him. He is the son of a wealthy farmer at Harrisonvllle, Missouri. He studied for the ministry at Baker un iversity, but now has decided to be come a tiller of the soil upon a farm that his father gave him as a wedding present. It is the wish of all their friends that the newly married couple may be extremely happy in their new life The announcement has reached Can on City of the marriage of Mr. Hor ace St. Elmo Price to Miss Viola Eliz abeth M’Conkle at Tellurjde. on Mon day evening. October the seventeenth. Mr. Price will he remembered here as the genial clerk at the Peabody drug store for so long His bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ix>arn Sil vanus M’Conkie of Telluride and Is a leader of society in that city. From Monday's Daily. Invitations are out announcing the coming marriage of Miss'Grace John son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, to Mr. Jay DenniB Sidebot tom. which will occur at eight hun dred and twenty-four Rudd avenue on Wednesday morning, November the ninth at ten o’clock. Many of the younger set are plan ning on & pleasant dance at the Elks hall Tuesday night- The excellent. Osos theatre orchestra is to furnish the music. Refreshments are to be served. Saturday evening Miss Mae Kitten house entertained a few of her young lady friends at dinner In honor of the return of her friend, Mis« Olive Cuslck from Kansas, where she has been vis iting for some time. The affair was of a very delightful nature and was a very pleasant welcome to the return of Miss Cuslck. Those present were: Mias Neil, Misg Gale. Miss Garrett. 1 Miss Cuslck and Miss Rittenhouse. Mrs. Blanche McGillicuddy Ashford of Victoria, Australia, who haa been sojourning in this country for some j time, arrived SundAy night to visit: with Frank B. McGillicuddy, bis moth er and sister, who live at 427 Hazel avenue. Mrs. Ashford was pleased at once with her environment here and thinks this io one of the most beautt fui localities she baa thus far visited in America. • Word has been received here that i Charles Wright who is a student at Colorado College, has been honored by being chosen first tenor of the Col-| orado College glee club. This organ-; ization is noted for its general excel lence year after year and we are glad J to state that Canon City can count 1 one of Its promising young men as a member this year. ! At a marshmallow roast last night Mias Francis Garrett entertained a, number of her friends. Six couples ••njoyed the evening with toasting ujurshmuilows and singing and play ing. The decorations were unusually pleasing and were greatly suggestive of the spirit or the evening. Those present besides the front* M were: Mies Grace •Gale, Mias Olive Cuslck. Miss Mae Rittenhouse, Mine Marguer Record Want Ads Rate 5 Cents tbe Line For Cash With Order, 3 Lines 6 Times in the Daily and 1 Time in the Weekly Record for 50c HELP WASTED. I WANTED—Cook for hoarding car, man and wife preferred; immediate ly. 932 Main street 7tp«t : TV ANTED —Competent girl for general housework. Mrs. Guy Hardy, 930 Harrison avenue. 78ptf. ' WANTED—Bright middle aged lady, capable of earning fifteen dollars aj week. Call mornlngß about 9 a. m. j 525 Macon Ave. 82p6t WANTED—Fifteen women, cutting and trimming apples. Apply at the office of THE ROUND CREBT FRUIT COMPANY. WANTED—Men and women to know , that our cleaning department does! tbs best work In town. Try os. We : call and deliver. McGillicuddy. Tail or. P. O. Block. Phone Canon 440. AGENTS WANTED—Big Money. We want an agent in every town: sal ary and commission; references re quired; tor full particulars, address Subscription Dept., NATIONAL BPORTBMAN, Inc., 75 Federal Bt. Boston. Mass. 82p6L VoNET TO LOAN. FREMONT Building * Loan Associa tion mpney to loan. Easy payments. Best for real estate loans. Gets the motrgage paid off like paying rent Quy U Hsrdy. Itf. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—I to 14 acres orchard. Phone Blue 1364. 75 tf. FOR SALE—New 'Buck Ventilator’’ beating stove. Phone Canon 271 or call 527 Hazel Ave. B*-2t. FOR SALE—A fine new piano, cheap, or will trade fo- good horse. See at Woehler’s real estate office. 82p3t FOR BALE—Carpenter’s tool chest. fully equipped. Tools in good con dition. Very cheap. Phone Canon 375. 7tp<t. FOR SALE—Work horse; or will trade for apples Phone White 1441. 81p6t I FOR BALK—Room for 1000 boxes of | Apples Cold storage. Round Crest Canning Co. Phone Canon 113 FOR SALE—2 Hurries, new and sec ond hand buggies v 82p3t. ite Hi*snng, Miss Lucile DeVol, Mr. J Everett Bancroft. Mr. Walter Agnew.i Mr. Coe Ilranche, Mr. Elmer Bower. 1 Mr. Emil Johnson, and Mr. Aldred P.ffer. FOR AGED PEOPLE Old Folk* Should Be OaOful is Th*lr selection of Kerslatlt* Medicine. We have a safe, dependable and al together ideal remedy that is particu larly adaptod to the requirements of aged people and persons of weak con stitutions who suffer from constipa tion or other bowel disorders. We are ho certain that it will relieve these complaint* and give absolute satis- . faction in every particular that we of fer it with our personal guarantee : that It shall cost the user nothing if J it falls to substantiate our claims. This 'remedy is called Rexall Orderlies. Rexall Orderlies have a soothing, hegling. strengthening, tonic and reg ulative action upon the bowels. They . remove all Irritation, dryness, sore -1 ness and weakness. They restore the bowels and associate organs to more vigorous and healthy activity. They are eaten like candy, may be taken at any time without Inconvenience, do l not cause any griping, nausea, diarr : hoea, excessive looseness, flatulence or other disagreeable effect. Price ! 25c and 10c. Sold only at our store— I The Rexall Store.—Mitchell A Eg , here. ' C. & S. TO CLOSE TUNNEL. L 1 Buena Vista. Oct. 21.—The C. &8. j close the Alpine tunnel for the | * I winter, about November Ist. With the j r closing of the tunnel the line between » here and Como, across the park, will » also be closed for tbe winter, and ttooe'Wttfc *e no freight, passenger or . exprsa# business done between here • and Denver during tbe winter boatka | FOR SALE:—My driving outfit. Four year old horse, stanhope and har ness. Dr. R. C. Adklnson. Florence. Glorado. 80-p6t PRENTISS & LAVERICK J f MONEY TO LOAN. We have sold several snaps thin ! week and have mere to sell. Real Estate. Insurance A Investments 606 Main St. Phone Canon 271 BEATER PARK We are the Canon City agents for J Beaver Park land and have some snaps in 10 acre tracts set to young I trees. Come in and let us explain the new j plan tbe company offers to sell 6 acre tracts on small monthly pay ments. no interest, they to plant and care for trees, (selection made by purchaser) and the com pany’s guarantee to turn the prop erty over with 360, live trees at end of six years, also agree if purchaser die during payments to give title to heirs without further payments. NEB 18. PRENTISS & LAVEHICK FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Upright piano in good condition 316 N. 3rd 8L It. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping 316 Macon Avs. 82p6t. FOR RENT 7 room ‘ ouse furnished or unfurnished. Dr. T. D. Palmer. 66-tf KEEP your own keys and counsel by renting s steel safety box at thS Fre mont County bank, 2 to $1 per year. ‘ FOR RENT—6 room modern house.; close in. See A. R. Brown. 6*4 N . Seventh. 76-tf. FOR RENT—Almost - newT~7 room j modern house, furnace, full base i rnent. Ixiw rent. Good neighborhood. | | Haynes A Barter. PO. block H*p6t I FOR RENT—Pasture. We have 16» acres good alfalfa pasture, plenty 1 of water for stock. Hodgin A Shar-! man. 81-dt J. D. Hawkins Tells Of Work On Beaver Park J I>. Hawkins and Spencer Pen rose returned to Colorado Springs Saturday from an inspection trip over the property of the Beaver company at Penrose They were accompanied by Colonel W P. Bowman of Phila delphia. When iiben by a Herald-Tdlegraph reporter this morning concerning the progress of the work being carried on at Beaver Park, Mr. Hawkins, the president of tbe company, said: “We are highly gratified with the way In which our work Is going on/ The dam is completed, and tbe only remaining work to be done is the spillway, on which rapid progress Is being made. This will be completed within the next few weeks. We are already receiving water In tbe reser voir. We are naturally pleased with our irrigation Bystem, as we believe that no enterprise in tbe United States Just what this means. It is unable at this time to say. Whether or not they will open the road again In the spring. Is something that no one knows, and It Is doubt ful If the company Itself knows what the future plans are. During the winter two engines and a number of crews will be stationed here to run trains between here and Romley two or three times a week Children Cry FLETCHER S A NICE ADVERTISING LABEL FOR BOXES N. B. EiU* ol Lincoln P«k. cn. cl tt. moat noeonMtal borticulturtite ol FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE— old paper for wrapping celery, for putting under carpets, etc 10c a bundle. Dally Record of fice. 56-124-pa j FOR RENT —A splendid Jot of nSoe modern houses, furnished or mnfmr : nl»h«L J. M. RanxUl, A Bonn. W4-t\ I hoik; ix ~iT hhXrmax. = UHL ESTATE BARGAINS. 10 acre*. 6 acre* of this tract are ip bearing orchard, Jonathans, Rome a Beauties. Gaaos, and other fine vari- -jr eties of apples; eke Ties, plumjsr peaches, grapes. raspberries, and other small fruits; small house, barn, hen house, cellar, cistern. You can pay for this place in a few years from the crops and have a good 11*- . log besides. Terms on part If desir ed. Special price 2,700.00. 5 acres, with fine large brick bouse of seven rooms, water In house, pan tty. large screen porch, large frost porch, large barn, and other outbuild ings. cistern, part in bearing orchard, balance alfalfa. Owner will take a small piece of clear property as part payment Can cake good terms on part. Price $4,600.00. Large 7 room. 2-story brick house. | located in good residence part; hat inice mantel and grate, water in boose, good barn, oellar. and out buildings. I*arge bearing fruit trees and shade tre«*. with a small outlay they property will make one of the beat hornet In the City. This Is n chance to donbls your money Price $1,600.00 HODGIN k KH ARM AN, Reel Estate, Leans. ißsurssey i Canon City, Colorado. fAim " ' WANTED—Three furnished room* for housekeeping 132 Greenwood, tf I WANTED— Apploa We arc To tkV Af market for fine apples, both bozee^ 1 and bulk, leading Santa FV Room* Jl5 River Phone Wbß* 1091. C. A 1 Ford 79p6t r WANTED—A roomy concord buggy or light democrat. Must be lo good or ! der and low in price to cash buyer | Phone West 272. S2p6t. | WANTED- A few flrst-claas appl* packers, also experienced man to ' handle apples. Canon Fruit k Truck ! Growers’ . Association Phone Canoe J 44. B*-2t. ’ can distribute water as economically and with so little loss, dse largely it the fact that the distribution Is made through cement pipes. A Protpe r eas Year. “This has been a very busy and a very prosperous year for Bearer Park. Many people are oomlng l£S and the young orchards are doing splendidly. The crop from the old or chards Is excellent. They were not affected by frosts, and while I have not tbe exact figures on shipments this year, they will exceed all lous records. Crops other than fruir have done equally as well. “It is a great satisfaction to go to Penrose over the new state road, a* the work done is of an excellent and permanent character This program of road building should be extended throughout the state.”—Oplorado SprlngH Herald-Telegraph. tbe Canon City district, has had print ed a very handsome advertising label for apple boxes, which he pastes on every package of fruit he markets The label Is printed on a heavy cal endered book paper and shows a pic ture of the Skyline drive, making a very attractive affair. Mr. King Is one of tbe most enroful, conscientious ap ple packers In Colorado and will sell this season’s crop under the name of “Skyline apples ’’ A" a result of his exceptionally good pack and unique manner of labelling Mr. King will ob tain top prices for his orchnrd pro duct. It would be to the financial ad vantage of other fruit growers to ulatc Mr. King’s example in the mat- w ter of 'labelling their apple boxes. The printing for Mr. King was done at the Record office. If you have anything to buy or toll % put a Witt Ad laitl# Record.