Newspaper Page Text
Ragsdale's Real Estate Bargains. \'"*ary Public —W. B. Rowland, 683 Main street. Record office. Thursday. Mrs. Henry McCarthy, nee Purcell, of Pueblo, and daughter, Dorothy, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody yesterday. Mrs. McCarthy was en route home from Canon City, where she has been the guests of friends.—Florence Citizen. Miss Millie Koppel, of Red Wing, Minnesota, en route east from the re cent meeting of the National Edu cational association at San Francisco, is spending a short time here as the guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Lane, at 80r. Aliison avenue. Miss Koppel was for a number of years an instructor in one of the public institutions of Min nesota. Dr. H. P. Moore, of Denver, and a member of Ralph Talbot company. Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, was overcome by the heat a little while before reaching “Camp Wol bert” on the return to the City park after the grand parade at noon on Tuesday and had to be carried to the hospital tent and had to be given medical treatment Dr. Moore was color bearer for his company during the march and the exertion incident to the “hike” was too much for him. It is gratifying to know that he is much improved today. Miss Millie‘Kappel, of Red Wing, Minnesota, is visiting Mrs. S E. Lane at her home on Allison avenue. Mrs. and her guest are friends of long standing. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Visscher left this morning for Colorado Springs, where they will temporarily, at least, establish their residence. Mr. Visscher has been prominently connected with the carpentry department at the Can on City & Cripple Creek railroad shops here for a number of years and his removal to Colorado Springs was FREMONT COUNTY FAIR Canon City, Sept., 12,13,14, 15. Racing, Bucking Contests, Other Wild West Amusements^ Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, September 13, 14 and 15 Fr*4it Bay Thurs., Sept., 14 Finest Harness Races Thousands ol Pounds of Fruit will be Ever Seen in This Part of t*he State. Given Away on the Grounds. Over 100 Race Horses Coming Base Ball, Friday, Sept., 15 many side shows „ „„ J ' and SIDE ATTRACTIONS Game Called at 2:30, Between The Fast Crinnle Creek “Hieheraders” Alligator Farm. 200 Alligators, “Road to fast cripple ttlgngraaers Mandalay”, Scenes of East India, The and Fremont County champions, African Dip, Merry Go Round and Many The ‘‘Gold Labels”* Others. Season Tickets, $ 1.00; Single Admission 50c T. B. COULTER, President* W. B. ROWLAND, Secretary made at the company’s request, which Is desirous of having him take charge of some work for it there. An inspec tion of the Canon City & Cripple Creek shops here was made by the officials of the company a few days ago. Mr. George Creel, the well known journalist and former editorial writer on a Denver paper, and Mr. and Mrs. Walker, of Denver, have been the guests of Warden and Mrs. Tynan since the first of the week. Miss Bessie Garrett, who has been clerking for F. L. Smith since early spring, left the other day for Wash ington. D. C., where she will be mar ried on Saturday to Mr. J. Oscar Ger man, an architect of Baltimore, Mary land. They will make their future I home in Baltimore. | Miss Carolyn Cooper, of Knoxville, 1 lowa, who stopped ofT here a week lor ten days ago to visit her cousins, • Mrs. E. E. Thomas and Mrs. J. P. Waltz, while on her way east from the Pacific coast, left for home this ■ morning. Miss Cooper spent the sum mer in California, visiting during her stay there most of the points of special interest from San Francisco south ward to Los Angeles. Fridaj. Miss Dorothy Watson, 4>f Pueblo, ir spending the week here as the guest of Miss Grace Kenley on Canal street. Miss L. Katherine Woods left here on Thursday for Twin Falls. Idaho, where she will teach in the public schools during the coming year. The Misses Molenx. who have been the guests of Mrs. Frank Homan for the past month, returned a day or two ago to their home in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sudduth, of Springfield, 111., after spending sev eral days with Mrs. Sudduth’k sister, Mrs. T. H. Witcher, returned home very favorably impressed with Colo rado and more especially with Canon City. Both declared this to be the finest pjlace in the state, and that the scenery around Canon surpassed anything they had seen elsewhere in the state. Messrs. Thompson and Flynn, of Denver, who have been visiting here CAHOH CITY RECORD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1911. since the beginning of the week as the guests of William Dozier, left for home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Walker, of Denver, who have been guests of War den and Mrs. Tynan the past week, left thte morning for their home in Denver . Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pool, of 411 Pike avenue, are the proud parents of a baby boy, born to them Tuesday night. Congratulations of their friends are in order. Some of the largest and most de liciously flavored plums in the local market this season were brought to town by E. C. Curtis, of East Canon, this morning. They were what are known as the "Pond’s Seedling” Va riety and are of a dark purple color when ripe. Finer plums than the ones shown by Mr. Curtis it would he im possible to find anywhere in this latitude. The crop on the ranch of Mr. Curtis’ this year is a prolific one. Mrs. Kalliphene Morrison, formerlj i teacher in the schools of this coun ty. but for several years instructor in the Rawlings, Wyoming, high school, stopped off here Friday after noon for a short visit with her brother, County Commissioner W. R Allred, while on her way to Rawlings from Routt county where she has been spending her summer vacation She left for Denver Friday night en route home. Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Ashb y ; u ! family returned home Thursday after noon from a month's recreation and pleasure outing in thd western part of the county. Mr. and Mrs. M. X. Wyckoff. of Unionville, Missouri, parents of Mr. A1 Wyckoff. are visiting him and wife in this city. They are on their way home from a western coast trip. Mrs. Chas. Thomas, wife of Ex- Governor Thomas, and daughter. Miss Thomas, are expected on Sunday to spend a few days as the guests of Warden and Mrs. Tynan. A Si>ecial committee consisting of H. S. Maddox. D. W Rose. A. E Sbar man. Dr. F. E. Brooks and J. Frank Collins will go to Colorado Springs tomorrow morning for the purpose of endeavoring to secure the next annual conference of the Methodißt church for this city. Conference is now in session at Colorado Springs and it is believed that if proper effort be made it can be brought here next year. Mr. Bush, of Denver, arrived here Friday for the purpose of accompany ing Clyde Biggs on ,\ camping and fishing trip to the Gunnison country. They left for the western slope this afternoon. Mrs. John W. Emmersou and child ren, Theodora and Kenneth, and niece, Emily Emmerson, will return home tills evening from Silver Cliff where they have been enjoying an outing for tho past month. P. R. McKinnon, of Denver, travel ing passenger agent for the Rock Island lines, is a business visitor here today’. Mr. McKinnon says that Canon City Is one of his favorite towns and that he always gets some business here. Miss De Vere Dozier will leave on Sunday for Denver v here she will j spend a few days visiting friends while on her way to re-enter school at Oswego, Kansas. Miss Dozier was a student at the young ladles’ semi nary at Oswego last year. Mrs.' Charles H. Duncan and two children returned to Canon City Thursday night from a pleasure visit of two or three months’ duration fit Ocean Park and oth-*r resort towns in southern California. She saw Ed C. Wills, Mr. Duncan's business asso ciate, In California before leaving for j home. Saturday. Rev. Wahler, of Boulder, wdll oc cupy the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday morning. Rev. Wahler is said to be one of the ablest Methodist di vines in the state. Raymond Hawes, of Denver, is here visiting his mother and other rela tives. Mrs. Hawes has Just returned to Canon City from a visit of a month's duration in Denver. W. E. Spencer, Frank Hemphill, Henry Harrison, B. G. Woodford sad M. C. Gaines made an automobile trip on Friday into the upper Hardscrab ble for the purpose in Inspecting the artesian wells of that section, and. in cidentally, of looking into the lands to be brought under cultivation by the big irrigation system now in course of construction there. They made a run altogether of about sixty miles, and for the most part, found the roads to be in very good condi tion. County Commissioner W. R. Allred returned to Canon City Friday morn ing from the Cripple Creek district where he spent a few days with Mrs Allred, who is sojourning at Rose mont, near Cripple Creek, for two or three weeks. Mr. Allred came down for the purpose of meeting his sister, Mrs. Kallephene Morrison, who stop ped off here for a few hours while on 1 her way home to Rawlings, Wyoming, from a summer outing in Routt county. Mrs. P. F. McDonald, of Riverside, Illinois, is the guest of Mrs Frank Homan. Mr. Bert Slover and wife, of Wich ita, Kansas, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs E. Howard, of Pike avenue, for the past week. They are well Im | pressed with , .»non City. ) Miss Inez Byers, who lias been ! spending the summer st Poncha with i relatives and friends, has returned t< ' Canon City. She is one of the instruc t tors in the high school in that town. I Sallilß Mall • Dr. C. L. Orr, with hla wife and two children, drove over from Alamosa by j automobile on Wednesday and went 'on to Canon City yesterday. They are n the way t . Colorado Springs and Denver, and thence east to Chicago and New York. Dr. Orr has sold his property in Alamosa and expects to locate for practice elsewhere. Halids Mall. Dr. W F. Kenney, who contracted a bad cold recently, is still under the weather, although he has been up • and about every brother, Joe [ Kenney, from Pennsylvania, has been j visiting him for some little time and > is very much Impressed with Canon | City. Mr. and Mrs. A. I*. Taylor left this afternoon for a week or ten days' vis it with friends In Deuver. On return ing to Canon City Mr. Taylor will de vote himself to the practice of law. M. D. L Buell returned laet night form Canon City, where he had at tended the grand lodge meeting, Knights of Pythias. He reports the meeting as the best he has ever at tended. —Sallda Mail. Mr. Beardsley’s class of ladies of the Baptist Sunday school had a de lightful social meeting in the City park Friday afternoon »and 'They invited their friends and. al j together there were fifty persons present. The time was spent UJQgt pleasantly in conversation and in par taking of the excellent dinner pre pared by the ladies of the class Such occasions add much to the work and social life to the church. It is good i to know each other better. Tnesouy. Mr. Earl Palmer and Miss Jo Palm er departed this morning on number • six for Denver where they will visit a few days before Mr. Palmer returns ■ to his home in San Francisco where J he is practicing law. Dr. and Mrs. T. i D. Palmer accompanied them as far •as Pueblo. Miss Jo will visit T Mable Root in Denver. j Miss Adah Koss left on Monday for j Cenesoo, New York, where she will ! enter the state normal school as a 4 j student for the * usuinr^ge* F W. Hemenway and wife, of Col | orado Springs, came down in their j car and spent the pa«t week f B. •F. Hume and wife of Park Center. ! Mrs. Hemenway Is the Pythian Sis ter’s Supreme Representative to Fort Worth, next year. Miss Dorothy Watson, of • Pueblo, who was the guest of Miss Grace Kenley last week, left for home Sun day morning Chester Hingiinger. of Denver, is spending a few days 4 here visiting friends and making acquaints!)*' among the younger social set. BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. The County Commissioners of Fre mont County, will alt aa %. poard uf Equalization, at their OfAa In the Court House on the following days, viz: Sept f», 6,7, and % nxul on Sept. 19. 20 and 21. * J H. E BMITH. County Clerk. S4f-4t-WSL Sell It Through a Rooord Ad.