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Honfino n«»l. .(tar » abort-vaca tion during th« rash ot work, bit re sumed Us studlra at Dodd'a Commer elal college. ijgtjV&AVanl of Topeka, Kans., ar med Friday (or a visit with the fam ily of "his daughter, lira. A. F. Ro Mr. Harry Hunter recently sold Us property at Brookside. and applied the proceed! to the Improvement of Us ranch Interests on Dewey street. *-*-» *- I'-\ Miss Eleanor Kls’.aJion returned boa her trip to Cotonuulo Springs the ’art of e week. She had a plaeyant visit with the Atwater fam ily during her stay, and also met some Lincoln Park oqliege students, who are always glad'to sea fora* from hams Mr. Strickland's aon. who has haw attsadtag sehnol at Prafito. bp* keen ehllged to asms home this week '.an aaooaat of ttlaeas which It la hoped _ no* .to be of a eeriotM Mrs Sweilxcr has received word that -Iter aon La* and family are ..tarring reeMence from Pagoea Springs to the San Lais valley. They are rapoLd as ut’ lttt been perilous ly near the flooded dimtets ot recent n-nm The Saturday freesa-ep rot some of the late vegetables sad at-la piles that wars not ssenrsiy covered hot the mala crop was safely sheltered froft the storm. wMch old settler* say was -wnraual." Miss May Bkothetp was out for su auj' rids for aa boor or two Tuesday —the i|nypints she hat been able t> 1 enjoy gacb an outing for a long j Has The fflfel family have rented a house ot Harry Bowman on Park arena*. whera they exepeet to ra teala for some time. Mr. Poke has a position la the censing factory. Quite a number of the fruit grow are of Lincoln Park are qff to the apple .show at Denver this week. Among the names may be mentioned- H. R. King. A. N. Oreadorf. J. P. Far mer, Mr. and Mrs. M. E Snow. Fred KAllag. J. F. Moalleakamp and prob ably others. h H-JK-m Mr. sad Mrs Fred Noth wear have gone to Springfield, 111., aad Chicago for a visit of a month. If IK It WmrCnthbsrt tea* one of the visit ors to ths Stlosm district Monday. m—m-m Mrs. Mclntyre, with litUs son, vf Pueblo, who takes occasion frequent ly to visit bar husband at Canon City, flatted a day or two tbs first of ths wssk hsr cousin. Mrs Gains. Miss Bylvis Gains had an Informal, party of some of her school mates on Tnesday evening and fen aad frolic constituted the program. Mrs Leaning Is visiting a fsw weeks with relatives at Pueblo. Sweltser left Friday for Buds. In the eastern part of the He sends word that he en countered the worst billiard Satur day that be was ever la. blowing do miles aa hour keeping families in doit, sad tbs stores closad all day. Mr. Bwuttser aspects to be gone about three weeks attending to bast aga matters. ■ WartUrndM •* J P P W. H. FJoyd was an over-Sunday gnast of tbs family bis brother. E. ;iM Floyd, on bis way from points tin ths east to his hgma at Los Aa rapa, Calif. Monday ths brothers took ra drlva over the now Royal Gorge rlsd to ths top. Mr. Floyd had boon through the Gorge several times, tat who hade been apprised of this an ticipated onslaught, acted as hostess. The crowd woe ceded In giving: ths eoKpir. a complete edrprim as ntend nd, and enjoyed a (octal, Jolly even ing. Mre. Cothbert concludes at pres ent that "Sherman avenue people are the befit op the Park," bnt when the circle of their acquaintance enlarged, they will find "there ate others." v '• ; * FRUITMERE AND FOUR MILE Mrs. W. P. Mtok who had the bed luck to get her rigbt limb broken a I (ew days ago is doing as well aa can be' expected. ■ nr—*—* Ttrx J. T. Blackburn of Colorado t|Hin is vMtlag with hsr eoastam. Mr. and Mrs. Robison aad family of Cyanide asanas. Mr. aad Mrs. Joa Heaven ridge of Dollar arcane, are ppeadlng a few days at 'the home of Mr. aad Mrs. Dan McOlaughlla of Montrose. m—tf—m Mr. L. W. Thayer went to the Dis trict Saterday morning, returning in the evening. Mr. Ells. Mink came down from bla . ranch on Cottonwood creek Friday, returning Sunday accompanied by Mr. Joe Hazard. n-m—m Mr. Prince .Wood of Cottonwood j creek spent a tew day* of this week in town. Mr. end Mre Than. Oertcgcr, who heie keen residing on tec corner of Di V- avenue and Main street. started to Tnatuad Friday morning, where they ‘ v*-eot to make their fu ture borne Mrs. Hasting* ot loath Rhode* avenue, was called tr the bedside o* her tether ta ladlaar V.tt rwiara le expected soon The Foar-Mlle young .ceople gave a fnrewall surprise p.'T -~a the Merlnm Hall family who have sold their place aad exp* ; to more before long. Abort 20 were present and every °°e had a f<Bc time. Dainty rc freahments were *«ved and enjoyed by aU. n-JK—m Mr. Ben Corila, of Cyanide avenue, la spending a few days la Colorado Springs. j The I.adtei Historical clnb of Four- Mile, expect to have their first meet ing at Mrs. D. K. Wilson's on Cyanide avenue Friday. This will be the first meeting of the glab this season fifir*-* Mr. W. & Port. of Doster avanne. started to Dellas. Texas. Saturday, with .v car of appro*. Mrs. C. J. Bastatn of Williamsport, I’enn, en route to her home at Spo . kune. Wash., Is Ttafting S tew days I with Mrs. H. Coffer and friends of this city. “ m_jg_4g Mr. and Mrs. H. Cotter sad Mrs. C. J. Bastaln were th*. gasau ot Mr and Mrs. BenJ. Stlenmier Sunday. ft If If Mr. Erasat Cation of Peoria. 11l , is visiting bin parents Mr. tend Mre. N. a Cation qf E. Main, Mias Esther Carpenter attended a ; birthday party at the home ot Mine Emma Swanson. Friday. Mtsa Car penter visited until Sunday with Mis* Swanson. Ths Bast Canon division of the Methodist i Ladles' Aid society, mot with Mrs. X W. Augustine of Cyanide avenue' Thureday.-They met for the purpose of tacking nut ruga. the mgs sra to he sold at the Basaar In December. Mr. and MraP Noble. of Lincoln Bark, spent Tnesday with tbs Oar prater family of B. Matu. * *ra. Ftpek P. Bmlth la rt«<UM r*i- I atlvee aad frleads in Crater thin waak. and. IfinMnataUy. tak!h* te *e ■ 1 ■ : - .. ... j. :.r iilisTil gW wwgtg id, mil Auk«M-«aiM^ " s'.Un .v ».• 42 In. wide. heavy weight; Navy rad black. WbuM be cheap at fit yard. Gar Pries file. . J '■■■.. ffr'^'.sV.';.—-■m'Sra- 1 MERCERIZED POPUJ(S Very popniar wash goods. About a halt dozen colors. Me Yard. “CLEVER SATTJCS" A very fine mercerized cloth. Can hardly be detected from real satin. Abort a dozen colon. lie Yard. TAILORED WAISTS fifie Each Fine Linene. Nicely embroidered. Assorted styles. Good value at n much higher price. TAILORED WAISTS •fie Light and dark patterns. - brays. Liana, Shepherd Checks. Otaghnme. Percale*, etc. vain** will surprise yen. BFRSOX ROSE For the Ladies All styles. Fall fashioned. No seams. Quarter value. Our price 1 lfic, I ter He. “HOPSCOTCH" HOSE for CHrh Tomahawk Hose for Boy* Guar anteed. Only 15c pair. COTTON BLANKETS Two big specials: One lot fall 10-4 sin Tie pr One lot tell 11-4 alee fiie pr NEW TIME ,TABLE EF FECTIVE SUNDAY MORNING The new line schedule on the Den ver and Rio Grande eystem became effective at 11 o'clock last Saturday night and all trsiaa between Denver and Ogder are being rati In accord mace wiia IW provWiooa. Train* seven j and eight, which were put on at the beginning of the summer for tourist travel, have been takes off. hnt, as they ran closely to other trains golaa in the same direction, no great in convenience will be experienced by the public on that account. The aaw time card, which is pub lished elsewhere in this Issue of the ! Dally Record, should be preserved for reference by petrons of the company., j It will be observed that no very radi cal changes have been made in the ' hours of arrival and departure of trains at Canon City, although they, are rutficient to be disappointing t> j those who depend nponthe old sched ule. Train No. (. which leeves here 41 2:20 in the morning sod arrives s' Denver st 3:10 In tha afternoon, will be found a vary convenient one for people going east. Train No. 2, which leaves here at I:IS In tbe afternoon . and reaches Denver at 3:25 in the i j evening, will also be popular with t Canon City people. Train No. 1. leav ing Denver at 5:45 In tbe afternoon and arriving at ll:0S at night will .' enable Canon City people to remain In ; the city until needy' dark befora leaving for home. JURORS FOR ENSUING TERN OF DISTRICT COURT The Jury for tbe trial ot cates at the saanlag term of the Fremont County district oourl will b# lmpan nailed at 10 o’clock next Monday morning. The following Jurors have been subpoenaed: Charles Swanson. Canon City; John R. Worth. Cotopaxi. B. P. Cultter, Oaardon Park; Charles Unger. Florence: W. R. Ames. Csnou City; M. B. Snow, Linooln Park: Otis Witcher, Ootopsxl; Henry Taylor, > Texan Creek; A. V. Chlvls, Canon CUy; M. V. Thornton Florence; Mike Fabrtralo. Coal Creak; John T. Bt*r ley, Linooln Park; H. H. Rnltk, #ter ftenon: J. A filkos. PWteswa: Alfred HR ' 'gra Rtf Everyone Knows we selling all the goods advertised in this ad at the prices we are quoting here. DO ¥OU? Read every item and we as sure you, you will leam something worth while. These ore only a tew of the many bargains we are offering in all departments. ' s FREY ft COLLINS Thw Big Busy Daylight Store 602-604 lain MEW AVIATOR CAPS for girls and women. Pure wool. Just in T 5« aad !L5«. STOCKING FEET 5e Pair. Black or white. Usually sold at 10c pair. HAIR NETS Good Bilk, tell size, 3 for 10c. With clanfle 5c oaeh. RICHARDSONS EMBROIDERY GOODS ■CSV LINE IN THE CITY PILLOW 01TFIT8 ' Sir Contains Stamped top, good back. * skeins Grecian Floss and In stractions. Big line tumped linen goods, including Dresser Scarfs, Pillow Slips. Corset Covers. Cen ter PI nose. Hand Bags, etc. Colgadra j.Tsicum 15c Colgate* Tooth Paste Me A fifir Colgate* Shaving Soap se' Colgate* Machine Oil Me I Belknap Hillside: Charles White. I'm rose. DIED IN CALIFORNIA LAST SATURDAY MORNING J. W. Bar: die}! st hi* home ia Porterville, CsllfomU, st 6 o'clock Isst Sotaridsy morning: after s kmjc Illness. ase<| fifty two jpenrm. Decesaod vu sm token with malarial fever Sbont two nonths ago. but at no time daring bis sickness did be *l>- j pear to be in a serkms condition an ti! |wo weeks ago when be began j rapidly to get worse and sll medical skill fsiled to arrest his decline. Mr. Barr with bis family removed to California Jfibont a year ago from Colors : Spring*, where he had re sided for some time previously. He lived In Canon City for many year* and was «<fagaged in contracting and building with hi* brother, T. H. Barr, of this place. He leaves a wife and one chii v besides many relatives and friends to mourn his death. Your n«oaey*a worth In real feeding value is this $1.40 mill run bran a:. 1 Peerless flour Mills. Investigate. . 4©stf • Hare Is A Chance Te i see what 1 $3.50 to $5.00 WILL DO 1 in papering your roan. This is perhaps the time of year when a few artistic touches in the way of new paper or a little paint will brighten up the home and make things twice as cheerful and as “comfy”. . Wa An Just Through Invoicing and we want to close out our better patterns of wall paper to make room for our SPRING STOCK. Jnn make a gm«H «um go a long ways now it you take this opportunity IHM only a fihott time. See me or call Canon 375 anti I’ll come tee you. OMPSON M 4 ***" ITMIT SCHOOL HA VDKFRCHIEFS ’■ «5* Dm. * ■ *--■' or 2 for 10c. Fin* cross-bar lawn. Brat ter wrar. , , , HeKINLEY HUSK _ Now edition Jnst ont. Over 1000 pieces. Ask for- cmt»logos. All piece* 10c. RIBBON SALK ~ Width* op to IH la All colors. Good Tsffeta Me yi RICHARDSON’S SILKS Grecian Flora 4c "New Proems” Mercerized Floss - | ter 5e D. M*. C. all number* ... .S ter 5e Coronation braid lie tan Knitting silk and "motor" allk. nil color*, now in trnnilt 0. B. a la SPIRITS CORSETS Fit be*t Weir be*«. Hr, Tie, OljM, HSi, $1.75 aad «KM TWO COLORADO TOWNS BEAR THE SAME NAME Denver, Nov. 15. —The town of Portland, In Fremont county, nas ap plied at tbe office of tbe secretary of state for Incorporation paper*. In habitant* of that town fondly cher ished tbe belief tbat they were tbe only and original Portland. Colorado, bnt when tbe clerks at the statehou*e looked on the record* they found tbat i I there h*s been a Portland. Colorado, for year*. The original Portland ii located in Ouray county. It is almost on a branch line of the Denver and Rio Grande, but not quite. The fact that tbe railroad climb* a rather steep hill to avoid pas*mg through the original Portland Is the reason It now baa no postoffice, no residences and noth ing else that goe* to make up a thriving little mountain town. The old town of Portland was In corporated along the route of the Rio Grande years ago. A townsite was laid out and the prospects seemed bright The owners of the townsite, , | however, had exorbitant ideas as to j what the railroad should pay for a • right-of-way through their thriving WHIPCORD PARTS ILK Pair. Good $2.60 value. Fine Herring bone pattern Two shades .Also a good heavy whipcord pants at 1 / MOLESKIN SHIRTS Black or Khaki He each. These are well worth $1.25, hot yon know we don’t aak all the good* are worth. CASTAS SUITES 2 pair Ue Full else, medium weight; fleece ont. Worth lie. APTOXATIC SOI • White Keels and Toes. Seamless. * pair Me ' ‘ HIATT WOOI. SOCKS ‘ Me (Mr . t U. v ■ Extra heavy and warm. Sold last year at sse pair. A lighter weight, part wool, 2 pair for 25c. HKATT CKETIOT WORK SHIRTS Ue • far MjM These were bought to sell at 54c, but are not qclte up to onr usual high standard, so here they go at > far MK REIS WHITE HARBKERCHIEFB 4 far Me Beat 10c value, very fine and soft. Visit ear Bargain Base swat and save money sa year Hense Fnr ■Jshlaff*. community, and Instead of running through the town the railroad climbed out of a canon and over a | hill, leaving Portland a defunct and ‘ desolate place. The question of the right of the new Portland, a bustling little place with nearly 1,004 population, to take the name of the old town, has been referred to the attorney general. The new town has a postofrioe and la recognised by the government aa the real Portland. Colo. It la likely that the old Portland, which was almost a town and which almost had a rail road. will lose its name and the new cement town will become the official Portland of the state. R. V. Keever has been added to the sales force at the Palace Drag Store to enable the proprietors to keep pace with their Increasing basinf«a. The growth In trade during the past year has been very gratifying to Meaara. Mltchell A Bgbers and they are pre paring for a continued extension dar ing 1»12. Ernest Bryant left yesterday morn ing for a three weeks’ visit In Ten- Inessee and Kentucky. Moat of the time however, be contemplates, spending In Norfolk.