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| Over Coats |
i Wearables for Gentlemen §
= Of Refined Taste for =
= WT the Man Who Cares for =
I SIYLE - SEBVrC?, APPEARANCE |
fw Timely because the season demands it, and ~
interesting because we are showing every =
TV3L jLMWy new style in the large assortment of patterns. K
Ours are of the “Kuppenheimer" make, which 25
S fM jtfyj is a guarantee of the highest of clothes-craft =
M me&StM Our New Styles Are S
=5 /{ mtSm M The Renwich, Full Box, {London Top, San- S{
dow. Watershed. Any one of these is per- “E
SS /tt fectly correct. The winter blasts have no Sj
sss / terrors, for the man who wraps himself in 2S
S the splendid Double Breasted “Watershed.” 25
= for w * cannot penetrate its honest, sturdy, EE
= Scotch mixture. =
SS vt muz or urrotsra =:
S We will over-coat you at from $lO.OO to $25.00 so well that
32 it will be a surprise to yourself, family and your friends. =
5 A splendid line of Boys’ Over =
= Coats at frsm $3.00 t) $lO.OO. S
S Sneatcn, Duck. Leather and Mackinaw Coals. S
( Remington Elliott, |
S C. A. MORRELL, Tailor. “The Clothes Men." =
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\ RIDLEY!:
; The Eye Man
! \ —rCan tell you all about your eyes ■
I ' —e you have any troubl
; W //to Experience makes ACCURACY. ! !
:: f * Rldle y has it. ;
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t JUDQMENT! j
0» //'f 11, A good cook uses common sense in ♦
♦ (( ( N«r />\ I the buying of meats—you can’t fool her ♦
♦ L \ NBEBI “ you try to- We won’t make the at- ♦
a \k\ BB I "A W7 !• tempt, because we want to please her*
I \ L-satA ,n ever y respect. Ask the cooks in *
- \ \ your neighborhood if our meats ando
I J Sgj yy jj poultry come up to her ideas of right«
T Ly /D things for pot. pan, oven and grill. If
T <((±i R /I they say ‘No.’ pass us up; if they say«
J |j p “Yes” we’re entitled to your consider-^
| " Qirardet & Kurz. %
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The old saying is where you see lots of smoke there must be
some fire. If you let HUNT & CO. sell you a stove they will
guarantee you lots of fire and less smoke and don’t. forget they
have the latest of everything in the stove line with the most com
plete stock of stoves in Western Colorado.
Yours for Business,
F. P. Hunt & Co.,
Delta, Colorado
Local Items.
All kinds of china and glassware.
Hunt & Co.
Mrs. J. F. Sanders left Wednesday
for a short visit in Denver.
Good mortgage loans on real estate
wanted.
Welch* Davis.
George Stephan left Monday on busi
ness with the federal court in Pueblo. II
If you are in want of a wagon or
buggy see Hunt & Co.
Dr. H. K. Porter left Wednesday for
Pagosa Snrings on a short bus.nes.
trip.
Plenty of money to loan on Delu
real estate.
Welch & Davis.
Stoneware in crocics, j<»rs an i jugs
Hunt & Co.
Ed Haley will ship six cars of cattl.
wo the Denver markets the first of thv
week.
We will black anu set up your stove.
Just telephone us.
Hunt & Co.
Guy Bailey, of the Grand Junction
News, was a visitor in the city Uun
Saturday.
o-i oom house lor rent—slo r month
Welch * Davis.
Mrs. Geer and grandson, Don Redman,
came in from the Perkins sheep camp
yesterd ly.
For Sale—A first class Jersey cow,
young and soon to be fresh. Call at
this office.
J. P. Johnson and bride arrived home
yesterday from Giles, Texas, the for
mer home of the bride.
Twenty-six cars of apples were
shipped from the Delta station the first
of the week.
Money to loan at lowest rates on
farm and city property.
Stephan & OBert.
Rev. H. J. Frothingham went over
to Loveland Monday to be in attendance
at the Presbyterian synod.
Baking Powder Kennedy, of Grand
Junction, organizer for the W. O. W.,
was in the city several days this week.
Mrs. Joe Hogrefe, of Cedaredge, was
a delegate to me Hapust convention ut
Pueblo and left for that city tue first
of the week.
Subjects for next A Sunday at the
Presbyterian church are “The Good
Shepherd" and the “Use of Personal
ties in the Pulpit.”
St. Luke's Episcopal church services,
October 22—Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning prayer 11 a. m. Evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.
The Epworth*League social which
was held at the home of J. E. Saunders
in the Gunnison valley, last Friday
night, is reported as a very successful
affair.
The Grand Mesa Abstract company
h**B moved into tht new brick building
owned by Mr. Reilley. Judge Welch
will also have his law office in the same
building.
Mrs. Charles Wilson and two children
who have been visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Wilson, left yesterday for
Los Angelas, California, where she will
join her husband.
H. M. Mingay and wife, of Canon
City, were visitors in Delta yesterday
on their way home from Paonia where
they had been to visit a daughter. Mr.
Mingay is owner and publisher of the
Canon City Times.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McAdams, of
Telluride, were arrivals Tuesday from
Denver and will visit Mrs. McAdams'
mother, Mrs. Tanna, of North Delta,
and her sister, Mrs. M. A. Lynch, at
the studio, a few days before returning
to their home.
Married—At the Methodist parson
age last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
R. L. Burch, of Cedar Creek and Miss
Minnie B. Jones, of Hotchkiss, C. C.
Rarick, pastor of the Methodist church,
officiating. Mr. Burch is a carpenter
and contractor. The young couple will
make their home in Montrose.
The services at the Methodist church
next Sunday will be as follows: Morn
ing sermon by Rev. N. H. Lee, of
Denver, which will be followed by the
sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Even
ing sermon by the pastor from the sub
jec—“The Mission of Christ/' A cor
dial invitation is extended to the public
to attend.
C. C. Rarick, Putor.
Plenty of money on hand for city ro
county loans
Welch & Davis.
Until Dece.nber at Dr. Gibbs will
be at his office in D 'lea on Monday's,
Wednesday’s and Friday's only.
Miss Minn.e Blair, w .0 has been in
Portland to. t..e past two weeks, will
arrive home Sunday.
Thorouguuied Auro^si.ire bucks for
sale.
UaVLNFU.u t»i Nc.WBY.
R. F. D. No. 1, Hotcukiss, Colo.
T. H. Gale went down to Grand
Junction Sunday alternoon returning
home Monday.
C. P. Nuuer and family expect to
leave some uuie uns inontn for an ex
pended stay in California.
Rev. Milton Fish left the first of the
week for Pueuio to attend the conven
tion of Coioiauo Baptists.
Mrs. Evans, mother of Miss Kathryn
c«vans, was an arrival last Sunday ana
will remain uuring tne winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Travis and the
cnildren went over to Denver the first
of the week tor a visit with lriends.
See our large line of granite ware
get our prices.
F. P. Hunt & Co.
For Sale Eight pig/ and a fresh
cow, also place tor rent, one-half mile
east of Della.
Mrs. J. Morrow.
Reserved seats for the first number
of the Delta Entertainment course will
be on sal at Seaton’s drug store next
Tuesday October 23, at 3:30 a. m.
Sick headache is caused by a disor
dered condition of the stomach and is
quickly cured by Chamberlain’s Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. For sale by
Peoples Pharmacy.
FOR f 16.00— two dollars down and
one dollar per week wc will give you
forty lessons on the mandolin, violin or
guitar at the Berlin Conservatory of
Music. Instruments given away with
course. Offer good for ten days only.
For particulars see Joe Pregent, local
agent, opera house block.
Paint, oil, glass and brushes.
F. P. Hunt & Co. |
New C«re for Uaccr.
All surface cancers are now known
to be curable, by Bucklen’s Arnica
Salve. Jas. Walters, of Duffield, Va.,
writes: *'I had a cancer on my lip for
yiars, that seemed incurable, till Buck
hen's Arnica Salve healed it, and now
it is perfectly well." Guaranteed cure
for cuts and bums. 25c at any drug
store.
• Maid and the Dispensary.
ft Is commonly supposed that the '
persons who use the public dispense
ries cannot afford to pay a doctor. If
the dispensary statistics are large
then (it is thought) the number out ot
work is very great. This Is not a fair
inference. A large number of the pa
trons of dispensaries are poor, hut a
large number are not. At Johns Hop
kins hospltul a story is told of a worn
an. who, after being treated, lingered
in the dispensary. “Is there anything
further, madam?" a young doctor
asked. “Oh, no; I'm Just waiting till
they've treated my maid."—The i
World’s Work.

Pew Was as Good as New.
William P. Averill, landlord of The
Tavern, at Now Boston. N. II., erected
and formerly .conducted by J. Reed
Whipple. Is a native of Peterboro
where his father was a leading clt!
•/.en and a pillar In the church. The
New Boston landlord Is not so pro
nounced in religious activities, and
after the death of his parents and the
renloval of the remainder of the fam
ily from town, advertised the family
pew for sale In the local paper, as fol
lows: "For Sale- Pew No. 27 In the
Congregational Church. But little
used; as good as new."—Boston Her
ald."
Artificial Storm at Sea.
The inhabitants of Abouklr. neat
Mexandrla, were recently treated to a
wonderful spectacle. It became nece*
*ary to destroy some sixteen tons of ,
owerful dynamite, and the explosives .
— sufficient to blow up a town —were <
ikon to sea and placed below the wa .
or. Something like a submarine •
Tthquake followed the explosion <
hlch was heard for miles around. A '
"nterapout shot Into the air to a '
eight of 2,000 feet, and fell hack In J
rizzllng spray. Simultaneously the
<>a became a whirlpool of seething J
vater, as If agitated by a hu-rlcane. '
Haadlaaanaaa a Handicap.
Heedleaaness, quite ss much as lack
f mentality, is responsible for errors,
t Is the observation of men who are
i the work of directing people at
trge that more than half of the Ir. .
ulrera expect to ask directions of one *
r more other persons before they 5
<>ach their desired place. Learn not
o aak the same Information twice,
et ons experlanca lesson In a certain .
'no laat you for life. These small !
hinge of life may be capful or handl
np. it la worth while to make Intel- 1
•igent choice. 1
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iHILLMAN’Si
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X THE FALL DISPLAY ♦
t OF t
Cloaks, t
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■> Skirts, «
£ Furs, t
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% Rain Coats, \
% Dress Goods t
| and Silks $
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« Is now ready for your *
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«. inspection. *
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|New Dress Goods!
| Aie Especial]? Attractive ♦
♦ Mohairs in Plain Fancy I
1 * Weaves, Checks and Dots, «
,at 50c up. New Herring- ♦
, bone Weaves, in the latest ♦
♦ colorings, Rainproofed and *
♦52 inch wide $1.25 yd. X
♦ Poplins, Armures, Whip- 1
♦ cords and all the new things
I in Plain and Fancy Blacks, ♦
J 25c to $1.50. t
j T ♦
? Attractive Valises in TRI-♦
% COT FLANNELS, all Wool *
j ♦ at 25 35 and 20c yd. X
X black silks. ♦
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♦ In 27 and and 30 in. widths «
X 75c to $l5O. «
i ♦ Chiffon Taffetas, Peau de J
X Soie and Armures. «
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; n, wl Millinery j
♦ Reasonably Priced. J
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?We are the Leaders |
, With Eirlnltf M«n J
♦ In thin l.lne. 4

♦ New arrival are being added «,
J daily to our superb assort- 4
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;Tle Mow DDlm|
!« NEW LINE BETTER *
♦ THAN EVER. ♦
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♦ Dainty and fine enough for the ♦
+ moat fastidious and no moderate +
in coat that it may be enjoyed ♦
+by all. Union Suita and separate ♦
a Garments. Men Women ana Chil- <•
dren 5Qc, 7»c, 81.00, SI.EO *2.00.»
I Our SDoe Sectloß. ;
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4 Contains all the New Styles in ♦
a Welts and Turns all weights. ♦
a Patent Kid and patent Calf, +
a J*?? v y and Medium weights in +
a Kid and Calf for dress and street 4
Z wear. a
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♦ New Neckwear. ♦
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♦ and Gloves, R. & G. and t
4 Warner’s Rustproof Corsets ♦
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« New Blankets and Com- ♦
41 forts at popular prices. J
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♦ Ours is the Satisfac- %
4 tory Store. ♦
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♦ Re Mindful ntqunllty *
♦ As Wall aa Prlca. Trash has .>
no valua. 4
HILLMAN’S <
Ananta for Buatar Brown <
Union Suit* for Boya. «
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, Ooaa lack to Horaa*.
A tew inonllia ago the town of Tun
bridge Welle, England, adopted a mo
tor omnibus service tor Its streets.
Now It has sold the motor omulbuaea
and returned to hone vehicle*.
LEGALITY OF WILLS
If you contemplate milking a will, or are inter*
oshil in the validity of one, or hare an internet
in un estate. cull and new m« me. or write me.
I make n specialty of the preiNiration ami legul
ity of will*.
N. Q. TANQUARY. Attorney at Low,
Continental Bid*., Denver. Colo
jj W. Iff. Williams I!
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;; PAINTING. ETC ;;
,j • All work guaranteed, j ;
: J J Leave orders at Ikdkpex- J |
jJj ijknt office. ! I
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|(M’IICIAL DIHKCTOIIY
ClierrbM.
Kl KMT BAPTISTICIiriU H Services at 11 *
in. ami 7:;t0 p m Itev. Milton Flslt pastor
.Sunday M-hool at lo a. in.. Dr A. 11. Stockh.im,
: superintendent. Yount: Peoplw’fi meeting at CM
l». n». Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening* at
I the church.
I PKK-SB YTEKIAN CHI'HCII-ftcrvlee at 11 a
) nr. and 7.» p. in. Itev. 11. .1. Frol hi ugh* m pa*inr
! -mnday School at In a. in.. Mrs. r.irrie Clark
Snot. The t'lirlatlati Endeavors meet at
*>:!.» p. in. Pmjrer luevliuj; Wednesday evening*
at the church.
Order oi divine service* In the rliapel of the
monastery : On w eek day*, ti o'clock a ni . eele-
Orattoll of the Kint holy sacrifice of mas* every
■Hornint; On Mondays and holidays, io o'rl(«*K
a. in., cerebration of the most holy sacrifice ol
mas*, sermon, benediction with the moat Messed
Sun ' Uy All are coni tally
METHODIST rilfJKril Rev I) D. Forsythe
paator Services at II a m and *<** ~ m .
I , * w J r ’**'h‘*ol at 10a. in . Miss Knima M\r*>. -Ulwr*
! ■QtOHdenl. kpnorth Lnguv meets at 7.00 p m
i P 7?£Tr*Sr rl J!" f Wednesday evenlii;** at church
■ aai-LlniiHT ki-iwji-al
I I lit Ki 11.- Sunday school every Sunday at irrili
|Jj “• 1 reaching every Sunday. A uelooioe for
W.<7. T V —Regular meeting fir*!Fr.daj
every month, at 4y. in., at Mrs. Hast n ♦*.
Mas. Ku.a lhsTin.it. prea.
Mu* M. M. Matmkhm. sect*?.
Brlia (aaaly onirera.
Sheri If, t*. 8. Gibbs.
County Clark and Iti-corder. d. S. Doughty.
(-utility Tieosnrvr. J.K Berkley.
County Aatearor. Mam C.skerham.
County Murveyor. John A Curtis
County Judge. F Dickerson.
Comity Hup I o| Heliools. Miss Ktuma Myrr*
Coroner— Dr. C. H. ftJurxiti.
George Mlephan.C ~unty sttomrv
E. M. <»e*U. Couuiy Couimmissloncr Ist district
Joseph •• •• •»„d ••
K. O. W'llmot. •• •• ••
Delia To**a UMrers.
Mayor. W. It. Gale.
Clerk. J N . Hntd-ey
Treasurer, Wn Mathews.
Tnistee.: A K IVnley. W. G.Cook. W. K.
I I- M. M< Mnrrsy. J. A. Cur
. Board of Trustee, meets the first and third
, rniinulavs of each nionih
• K|n: Department-Win. K.Gale, chief. Joseph
i Kollins. assistant. Meets Wetlnmla) evening*
preceding meeting* of trustees.
Lodge*.
A. r. and A. R.
Meeting night*, every second and fourth Mon*
days of each mi,nh. at tlir 11*11 in ilia
Ijelta 4'otiuti Hank building II C. Fdaanla
W. M.. M. II . Johnson. Sec'v.
«*ro*l Chapler. Mm. S». O R. B.
Meets the tlm and third Monday nights olench
month In Masonic hall. Mrs. F.hra Barton
Worthy Matron; Miss Jessie Allison Ht-cretarv.
* liraMl Sms USg#, X.. ai. K. ml P.
- Meeting night*. Tuesdays of eaen wees, attha
Knight* of PythUs llnll E. It Mataftry. C. C. |
E. 11. \ undrrvrrter. K. of K. and 8.
KaiklHia* Malm.
Meets hrst and third Thi.. days of i*ach month
In Knls lits of Pythias hull. Lucy Hillman. M.
k. C.: hide I'avnc. M. It. A C.
Brlla lodge. I. m. o. r.. Mm. MB.
Meeting night*. Fridays of each week. In tha
Odd Fellows Hall. J. C. bale. N. () . V J.
Bradley. Hec’v.
We**(era Blais# RaraarpMear. Mm. M,
Meeting nights, first ami thlnl Mondays of each
month. i.C. Gale, C. P.; p. K. Coomhe.
Mcrlbe.
Kalheriae Kebekals lodge. Mm M,
‘Meeting nlithta. seeorul and fourth Thursday*
rarh month. In til. laid Fellows llall. Marine
llmld. N. U. i Clara Hodley. secretary.
Wotdnsa wf «!•# Warld.
Delta Camp, 2»i, moeta Tuesday night cr,eh
week lu the tldtl Fellows hall. C. D. Wal
ter. C. C. M. V. Mathers, Clerk.
Camp No. 44d. Hurfaee Creek, meel* first and
third Haluntay nights at hall. Ella*
Wenger, clerk, Fred It. IhirrtU consul.
W#m#m #r Raddrran.
Meets neimnd and fourth Mondays evenings o
each month lu Grid Fellows hull Guunllan
Neighbor Mrs. Clara lirudh.y; clerk. Mrs. Vida
Ifamldin.
MrClellaa r«sat. Xt.TI. <4. A. B.
Meets the second Hut unlay of each month In
the 1.0. K. Hull at 2.00 p. in. The 4inicer* for
the ensiling year arc us follows :
R. A. Johnson, Commander; M. V. Command
er, l>. T. OolT. Junior V. Commander. Justin Mc-
Carthy; O. D., W.H. Hhhi|M-«*;ifiiarteruiiis|er,J. M.
Blair; Hurueon, H M. Gray; Chaplain, C. 0.
Marsh ; Adlutani. George Becklev.
•trltag ( amp No. *l«s. M. H‘. A.
Meets first and thlnl Thursdays of each month
In I. O. O. F. hull. A. D. Mlmpmii. V. C\; M. W.
Katnsey Clerk.
«"4m of Wssklnslss.
J. J. Wlnton Onion. MoHIn,, ln>M
ovory mm’iiihl mnl rminli Tiniwliiy ovnnlnit n,
mi'll ninntli In odd kullnw,’ hull. W. J.ilnunt.
fraddrat ;C. U. Orvilnr. Horroury.
Wnn Spmildhif Union No. 171 miHd> at
KnlinH x'l'iiml miil ronrlh Nnlurdn, l.lnlil, on
month, w. 11. Jar.l., I'miidcm, Byron
P Taft. Henrotiinr.
KlLLths oouqh
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