The board of County Commission
ers met for the month of June and
allowed the following bills:
Mrs. Stanton 10.00
W. H. Johns 20.00
Mrs. Bertoluzza 18.00
Mrs. Richards 10.00
Mrs. Rule J 10.00
Dan Floyd ' 10.0
Eliza Trezise 7.50
Mrs. Harvey 7.50
• Mrs. 'Hocking 7.50
Mrs. Bishop 5.00
Mrs. Noy 15.00
Mrs. Victoria Leoni 15.00
Sauer McShane Mere. Co., ac
count of —
Annie Kin-near 6.25
Mrs. Murphy 10.00
Mrs. Rowe 7.85
Mrs. Harry 7.60
St. Anthony’s hospital, care of
Annie O'Malley 22.15
Bridget O’Malley 22.15
Maud Seymour 22.15
Reuben Her rod 22.15
Wagner and Askew, account of
Mrs. Stevens 1 11.20
Tracy Hall, account of
Dennis Burke 5.95
J. Borzago & Co., account of
Mrs. Rafferty 15.00
H-awley Mdse. Co., account of
Mrs. James 5.00
Gerald Leahy 4.00
Mrs. Bishop 4.00
Tony Toller 4.00
Daugherty & Co., account of
A. Graver 7.50
Cody Bros. Coal to —
Dan Floyd 3.00
Mrs. Bishop 3.00
Mrs. Harry 7.00
Fat Murphy 7.00
Mrs. Rowe 7.00
Mrs. Rule 3.00
Mrs. Dew hurst 6.00
-C. M. Frcrid account of
Jake Hanser 12.00
Richard Eplett 7.50
William Hughes 7.501
William Hall 2.50
James Powers 5.00
Mike Kane 42.50
John \Y. Jones 9.00 !
Janies Powers (for April) 2.50'
Henry Baer 40.00 j
Harry Stevens 5.00
John Grenfell 5.00 •
Evan Evans 7.50
Griffith Hughes 5.00 |
Victor Harvey 7.50
James Chell.w 5.00 i
Robert Davis 7.50
Joseph Ho re 2.50
James Richards 7.50 j
James A. Ross 16.25
E. T. Jones 15.00
George Sclimi’t 15.00
John Gullicksen 17.50
James Relallack 15.00
Robert Hopkins 2.50 ;
C harles Reps her 20.00 j
| GET THE MOST MONEY FOR YOUR ORE.
THE FREIGHT RATE IS ONLY HALF THAT TO DENVER. (
WE PURCHASE ORES FOR CASH.
PROMPT SAMPLING IN OUR MODERN PLANT.
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU.
Telephone Idaho 118 or address' '"M
The Argo Reduction and Ore Purchasing Co.,
Ott F. Heizer, Manager. Idado Springs, Colo.
£ ... T H © ... 5
j First National Bank \
# CENTRAL CITY, COLORADO. J
Jl Capital $50,000 Surplus $50,000 !
<[ Resources $480,000. f
# HAS FOR OVER FORTY YEARS RENDERED EFFICIENT BER- f
# VICE TO ITS CUSTOMERS. $
? Officers and Directors: j
t J. C. JENKINS, President, JOHN C. McSHaNB, Vice Pres't. i
f h. H. LAKE, Cashier, WM. O. JENKINS, Ass’t. Cashier. <
WILFRED FULLERTON LOUIS J. SAUER FRANK C. YOUNG •
A BUSINESS FOUNDED IN 1807. A
Read the Observer, $2
Williams Livery Co. 8.00
Shad Reid 3.40
Jacob Fleitl 47.50
C. R. Baer 51.25
George W. Pyle 42.50
W. H. Potts 41.25
John Lepard 12.50
Jenkins McKay Hardware Co. 5.30
Peter Leidinger, brooms 3.50
Mrs. M. A. Weis-beck, plants 1.50
City of Central, water 3.45
Golden Rule store, supplies _— 1.08,
Mitn. States T. & T. Co., 11.72|
Geo L. Hamllik, coroner 10.60
W. J. Stull, printing 19.40
Henry P. Altvater, reports & c. 25.00
Adams Exp. Co., express 1.67 j
Hubert Work, care insane 36.00
Jenkins McKay Hdw. Co.,
Morris, Hazard, elk. dist. ct. __ 3.93
John. Stevens, Co. Commissioner 5.20 j
F. G. Moody, Clerk & expenses 37.51
C. I. Parsons, stamps 10.00
Jas. V. Thompson, stamps 5.00
C. F. Hoeckel B. B. & L. Co., I
JoP\n M. Mack, janitor 50.65
Albert S. Gundy, sheriff 162.75
Esther Rule clerk assessor 5.25
Isabelle F. Mabee, Co. Supt. __100.50
Jay Byron, Dep. Dist. Atty. 10.00,
Harry L. Eilmamn, J. P. fees __ 4.05 j
W. C. Matthews, counsel insane 10.00 j
Frances Smith, witness 2.90,
T. D. Smith, witness 2.90 (
Katie Andrea-tta. witness 2.65
Steve Laner, witness 2.65
Andy Ambrosi. witness 2 65
Mary Ainbrosi. witness 2.65
Samuel A. Rank, jury, 2.65
Albert Henley, jury 2.65 j
Edward O’Neil, jury 2.65
Ignatz Meyer (assignee), jury --5.30 |
H. E. Hazard, jury 2.65,
Harry L. Eilmann. J. P. fees 10.75 I
M. B. Hyndnian, supplies 7.10:
Burroughs Add. Mach. Co. sup
plies v 3.00
G. A. Ashbaugh, med. exam. 10.00
W. C. Fullerton. Co. Judge 26.25
H. E. Hazard, bailiff 2.50
Sauer-McShane M. Co., supplies 1.55,
John C. Jenkins, refund tax 7.58 (
Total 679.04 '
Dr. C. M. Froid. fumigating 15.00 ,
Pauper fund . 357.45
Road fund 451.95
County fund 1— 679.04
Contingent fund 15.00
Grand total 1533.44
FRANK G. MOODY. ;
Up-to-date moving pictures are
showp at the opera house on Satur
day and Sunday evenings of each
week. The best and latest films ob
tainable are exhibited and ti e entire
entertainment is oi e of interest and
instruction. The temperature of the !
house is always comfortable, the
tilation perfect, and the environment
pleasant. Admission, adults 10 cents
children, 5 cents.
Tint ohot oiwm
Sherman McCallister, who had
been llil in Denver for several weeks,
returned home the latter part of the
week, much improved In health.
Thomas Champion and wife left
Sunday for the valley.
Mies Rosa Thomas reft Sunday
for her home in the valley.
| John/ Moore and family, after spend
img a few days In Central, visiting
! the Magors, returned Monday to their
home in Denver. Mr. Moore is still
I on, the police force in Denver.
I W. H. Paren-teau left Monday for
I Cardinal. ,
Joe Kimball returned from a trip
to the valley Saturday evening,
j Mrs. J. E. Lightbouirn and daughter
Miss Grace, arrived -home Saturday
| Sheriff A. S. Gundy returned Sun
day from Denver, w’here he had b' e-n
on official business.
| Mrs. H. Berkey returned Saturday
from a trip to the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Altvater spent
Saturday and Sunday in Denver.
| Geo. Gratmair was a business and
> pleasure visitor to Denver Saturday.
! Oscar Williams went to Denver
1 Saturday and bought two horses, one
'of which he sold to W F. Gray, of
the Coeur d’ Alene mine.
Miss Grace Clark left Tuesday
morning for Pueblo on a visit.
Prof. Clark is in Golden, attend
ing the institute. He is one of the
I Mrs. Isabelle Mabee leaves for
•Golden Saturday to attend the insti
! Miss Margaret Anderson is at
j tending the institute in Golden.
Mrs. O. J. Duffield and mother ar
rived Tuesday from Centerville, la.
Mrs. Duffield was called to lowa a
few weeks ago on account of the ill
ness of her mother, who is much im
‘ proved and feels confident of speedy
j recovery during her visit heree.
! Mrs. E. Speer and daughter left
| Tuesday evening for Idaho Springs.
Mrs. Ida Kruse McFarlane was an
arrival Wednesday from Denver.
Mrs. C. A. Schroeder came up
from Denver last night to visit her
The Willis sisters left this morn
ing for Cripple Creek.
Jos. Floyd and wife left this mern
, ing for the valley,
i Mrs. Mary E. Flaherty left patur
! day morning for Argenta, Mont., to
jnieke her home. Her son is con
' nected with the forestry service in
H. J. Hawley left Saturday for Wis
consin. to visit several weeks with
his brother. Mrs. Hawley accompan
ied him as far as Denver.
Twenty-two h. p. gasoline hols-t, 600
ft. % In. cable, bucket and sheave
wheel. All practically new. Apply at
the Observer office.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Henceforth, Miss M. B. Hyndnian
will act as our representative in Cen
tral C9ty, taking orders for coal and
feed, and collecting accounts. Plione
FAIRCHILD & PARSONS.
Dr. O. L. Stone, cf Memphis,
Missouri, has bought tJhe dental par
lors of Dr. E. F. Warren andi has tak
en possession. We bespeak for him
the entire patronage of the county,
as his athletic form indicates that
when he once fastens upon an ach
ing tooth it will come, even though
hitched to the process with a log
Adam Terzenbach, the shoemaker,
has packed his tools and machinery
and Intends to leave within a few
days* for Denver, where his family
has been residing the past year.
Dr. O. L. STONE
Successor to Dr. E. F. Warren
Central City, Colorado
itßjftgMffl 24 HOURS
£ Each Cap
Btxcarr <tf counltrftH*
ALL DRUOOIBTS <
Andreattl A Ambrosl, Prop*.
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGAR*
. . . Nlca Placa . . .
To Spsnd a Lalaure Hour.
ORANITE HOUSE. LAWRENCE ST.
Montana and Nevada have no ueui 7
The blossoms of the cassia tree are
depended upon to a very large extent
tor food by the natives of parts of.
In the Boston City hospital, where
the most rigid sanitary conditions pre
vail. bacteria are found in the air to
the number of 1,352 to the cubic foot.
The population of Ireland at the
present time Is 4.500,000. That of
Scotland is about the same. The pop
ulation of England and Wales Is
The first steam engine, which, by
the way, was a failure, was made in
1829 in London from the designs of
Capt. John Ericsson, the designer of
Of the 1,500 hotels of New York
city, 25 represent over $5,000,000
apiece in land lease and construction.
In one of these there are more than
The total production of whale oil in
1912 was 1,200.000 barrels, more than
half of which came from Norway. Ten
years ago the cost of producing a ton
of oil was less than half wliat it is
As an aid to the sawyer a large mir
ror is now mounted on the log car
riage of the sawmill. It enables the
operator to make a survey of the en
tire length of the log he is working
According to a recent “count.” the
total number of fur-seals on the Pribl
loff islands (where slaughter Is now
prohibited) in 1913 was 268,305 —a
large increase in the matter of "pups”
over the preceding year.
TRUE WORDS SPOKEN IN JEST
People w ho say “Guess who this is"
over the telephone are usually fond ol
In some section of the United States
money is paid to obtain admission tc
exhibition games of baseball.
Statistics show that most of the men
who place bombs in Italian barber
shops have at some time been shaved
More than 3.000 cook 3 lost theli
minds last year while trying to keep
the yolk exactly in. the center of a
Some of the new eight-cylinder cars,
traveling at 28 miles an hour, can
shoot mud 41 feet and never miss the
The bureau of municipal research
has been asked to invesMgate the rea
sons for intermissions at vaudeville
Haberdashery clerks have only ten
fingers, but usually manage to put
more fingermarks than that on collars
that they wrap up.
Letters thrown on motion picture
screens require an average of 47 sec
onds to read, but are usually written
by the actors in about one-twelfth that
A contest held recently in Valley
City. N. Dak., to determine the “most
unavailing thing" resulted in the over
whelming election of instructions to
tailors regarding the manner in which
suits should be made.
SPOKEN IN JEST
Even standing on your dignity
won't always enable you to see
over the heads of the crowd.
Many a man Is on such good
terms with himself that he hasn't
time to be pleasant to anyone else.
Just because a girl calls a fel
low a muff Is no indication that
she wants him to hold her hands.
Nor does the size of the family
Bible always Indicate the amount
of religion there Is in that particu
The Ingenuity that many a man
displays in dodging creditors would
make his fortune In any other line
SAID BY THE WISE
Philosophy la nothing but discretion.
Men shut their doors against a set
ting Bun.— Shakespeare.
Thou little thinkest what a little
foolery governs the world.—Selden.
FROM FAR AND NEAR
The oldest college Is University col
lege, Oxford. It was established In
the ydar 1050. ,
The athletes of ancient Greece are
trained on new cheese, dried figs,
gralD, milk and warm water.
Tests by Irish scientists have shown
that the wind will carry disease bac
teria 260 feet and as high as 60 feet
Into the air.
Prices for Next Week
Pork Loin Roasts, lb . . 20c
Beef Rib Roasts, lb . . 18c
Beef Loin Roasts, lb . . 20c
Rump Roasts, lb . . . 16c
Chickens, extra choice, lb . 21c
Place your orders any time Friday or by
noon Saturday, if possible, so that
if necessary we can have addi
tional meat sent up from
Denver Friday and
All Sales Cash
Special Orders Taken for Any
Article in the Meat Line
AT WHOLESALE PRICES
Prices Include Express
Dressed Hogs . * --
0 ! BELLI EB, per ib from 14f to 17 4
SHIPPER PIGS, 70-80 lbs., head on, HOG HEADS, per Ib „ „ 8^
leaf lard In, per Ib 12* PIGS FEET (fresh) per Ib Sf
SHIPPER HOGB, 100-150 lbs., head NECK BONES, per Ib 7*
am, leaf lard In, per Ib 12* LEAN PORK TRIMMINGS, (to make
SHIPPER HOGS, 175-250 1b... head P" “> 13*
on. leaf l.rd In. per lb 12!** fresH Beef Cut#
PACKER HOGS, 125-175 Ibt., head
off, leaf lard out, per Ib. 12!** LOINB, P er ■*> 20*
PACKER HOGB, 175-250 Ibe., head RIBS - <» teer ) per Ib „ —lB*
off, leaf lard out, per Ib. 1212* ROUNDS, (center cute) per Ib 20*
l r, | g~% _ WHOLE ROUNDS, per Ib -.14*
Fresh Pork Cuts whole chucks, per n*
LOINS, Short, 8-12 per Ib. 20* PL ATES, per Ib 12*
SHOULDERS, Regular, per Ib. 12* PLANKS, per Ib. 10*
“ Skinned, per Ib 13* BHAN KS, per Ib 8*
SPARE RIBS, per Ib 14* MuttOll
LEAF LARD, per Ib 1 3 * LEGB , per
HAMS, 8-10 ave., per Ib 15* WHOLE OR HALF, per Ib 18*
HAMS, 14-16 ave., per Ib. 15* FRONTS, per Ib 1 3 *
HAMS, 18-20 ave., per Ib 15* j FRONT QUARTERS, per lb-12*
LlNK—pork, per Ib 1 — WEINERS, per Ib 16^
BOILED HAMS, ekln lifted, eurplue fat removed, preeeod, per Ib. 25^
All Kinds of
Leave Orders or Telephone
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