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Clearance Sale RAMSEY DRY GOODS CO Clearance Sale |
—' = ELEVEN STORES— STORES = Second week of our Great Semi-Annual Clearance. Bargains greater than ever before on all winter merchandise. Hundreds of satisfied customers last week. Our Mr. C. H. Ramsey is now in New York markets buying spring stocks for our several stores and he has prom ieed us a larger and better stock for Delta than ever before. We do not buy job lots of merchandise, but by buy my in iaryc quantities often yet jobbers prices. There are knockers in every town; they never hurt a business, but rather boost it. Then again, we have our goods shipped in—not hauled in by a burro. Hence these prices. Ladies' 55.00 Ladies’ 65c. Boys 65c. Extra Quality 51.75 Men’s Work Men’s 50c. Heavy Ribbed I Men's Good 75c. Silk Skirts Union Suits Overalls Comforts Shirts Underwear 61oves $3.98 49c 50c $1.23 38c 38c | 50c Indies' $5.00 Ladies' 75c j Boys' -40 c. 75c. $l.lO usd 1.50 Men's 75c Heavy Riveted All Our Mens 25c. Colton WALKING SKIRTS OUTING GOWNS Short Pants Blankets Overalls SUITS and O’COATS Carpets $2.98 59c 25c 49c to $1 60c 1-4 OFF 15c | All Our Ladies' I 2 I -2c Quality Boy's 65c. All Our Big -ine of American Beauty, Men s 3.50 70c. Quality | I TRIMMED HATS Flannelettes Union Suits j Boys’Suits Tape Girdles Shoes Wool Carpet 1-2 OFF 10c 50c 10 °o OFF 50c $2.95 50c | Ladies’ 20c. 50c. Quality Boys' 20c. Value All Our A 7 I-2c. Grade of Mens 3.00 25c. Quality Fleeced Hose Table Linen Bicycle Hose Knit Goods Prints Shoes Danish Cloth 12 1-2 c 29c 15c 25°oOff 5c $2.50 15c. Ladies' 35c. 1.00 Quality 13c. Grade Our L nequalled Lnc of Ladies' Fancy Men s 2.50 Fine Line of 50c. Vestsor Pants Table Linen DRESS GINGHANS Furs Collars Shoes Dress Goods I 18c 84c 121-2 c 1-2 Price 25c to 5Qc $1.98 33c I Notice to Stockholders. Dki.ta, Col/).. Jan. 18th.. 1907. The regular annual mooting of the (larnet Pitch and Reservoir Company will he held Saturday. February 2nd, 1907. at 1 o’clock p. m.. at the Court Uouhc in Delta. Delta County. Colo rado, for the purpose of electing seven directors to serve for the ensuing year, to levy an assessment, to take into con sideration the advisability of accepting the Hast lateral and making it a part of the darnel Ditch ami Reservoir sys tem. and to transact any other business that may properly come before the meeting. Attest: L. W. Swkit/.kk. W. M. Hastings, President. Secretary. Ist. pub. Jan. 18; last pub. Jan. 2ft, 1907. Pigs, turkeys and fresh cow for sale. Colo, phone, black 19ft. —K. R. STAND ISH, Gurnet mesa. Nos. 46-7-8 Why pay 10 |»er cent for money when you can get nil you want of King & Stewart ut 8 per cent. Salida white lime for sale by the In i dependent Lumber Co. Spend Your Winter on the PACIFIC COAST Special nine months excursion tickets 880.00 for the round trip from all DENVER & RIO GRANDE main line points to California and Northwest Corresponding rates from other stations. A daily line of through standard and tourist sleeping cars is operated between Denver and San Francisco, Los Angeles and Northwest. For additional information as to train ser vice, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on THE RIO GRANDE AGENT, S. K. Hooper, G. P. &T. A., Denver, Colo. Notice to Stockholders. Notice is hereby piven that there will be a »|>ecial meeting of the stockholders of the Delta County Fruit Growers’ Assn to be held on Wednesday, the 20th day of February, 1907 at 2 o’clock, p. m. at the fruit house in Delta. Object of said meeting is to vote on the question of amending the articles of incorpora tion so as to increase the capital stock of said corporation to fifty thousand dollars. Geo. S. Conklin. Sec’y. Ist. pub. Jan. lh; last pub. Feb. 15, ’O7. This is the place where you can save from 25 to 50 per cent on anything you buy and we prove what we say. Yours for Business, ,1. W. Edmonds. Jeweler. Plenty of money to loan, cheap. Ab stracts will be furnished. Fred N. Dickerson 1 have a piano in first class condition for sale. - Millard Fairlamr. 50-3 Unfermented Wine in Churches. More than l.onfl churches In Ireland, according to an English paper, now use unfermented xvine at communion, including more than half the Presby terians and all the Methodists, with four exceptions, while a number of the Episcopal churches have also adopted the custom. High Life in Gotham. “The wav them New York folks act Is dreadful curious." said my aunt Betsey. “They dew sav as Mrs. I*»million is at home on a horse I'm plad she ain't one on whom I call, for 1 calculate 1 shouldn't know exactly how tew act.”—Harper's Weekly. Or Alice In Wonderland. The stories in the magazines are making the literature of childhood very dignified and intellectual in comparison. Have you rend a story in a magazine in six months as inter esting and instructive as Puss in Hoots? —Atchison Globe. Strange Grave Decorations. Unique amoDK cemeteries Is that of I.’Ouedol Keblr. Algiers, in many of the praves of which are dozens of medicine bottles. The natives of the territory bury with the deceased the !»ottlos which held the medicines used In the last illness. Evolution of a Summer Resort. Summer resorts go through three stages: First, people go there to enjoy themselves; secondly, people go there to divert themselves; third ly. people go there to flaunt them selves. then the place is fashionable. —Life. Wily Ruse of Lion. When hyenas plague lions by steal ing pieces of the prey, the lion will throw chunks of meat toward them Rt shorter and shorter distances, until they get within reach of Its paws and are finished by a blow. An. Odd Lawsuit. WWW Attributing his failure at the last French election to the frequent break downs of his motor car. a candidate has brought an action against a motor manufacturer and claims $2,000 damages. The Little Candle. The candle still holds Its own. not withstanding petroleum, gas and elec tricity. The production of candles In the United States during the fiscal venr of 1906 amounted to in.SS9.36i'. 8 per cent money to loan on short no tice on all good applications. Stephan & Obrrt. He up to date and eat chili at Smith's Lunch Wagon. Heard “Call of the Wild.” \t the call of the xvi I*l' n oently a St. Bernard dog in a Las*- Supe rior lumber camp joined a wolf pack and married one of their u uni her. H - used to ctune into camp for food: but as his mate would never venture w hin pun shot, he carried a part ot his meal out to her. A hull terrier s acked him near the camp, and he "as getting the worst of it when the she wolf ran to his assistance, and b- ween them they nearly killed the t- rier. Death in Oak Chest. Traditions tell dooms caused by the h* .ivy lids of oaken chests. In early j i man romances we read of a little ' h'O whose cruel stepmother called him to the side <»f her huge chest anc ha le hint stoop and help himself to tha I a, ;-les that were within it. Eager and i uuspecting. the little lad leaned to | " d the golden fruit, when the wom an let the lid fall upon his neck, and th* fair boyish head rolled among the apples. Burnt Cork Mustaches. v late officer of the Household cav n tells a story about the days when « order to wear mustaches was first Is' ed In the earl} *4os. "My father " a subaltern in the N’inth Lancers «• he time, and every officer and man in he regiment was clean shaven. 1 o sh w his devotion to discipline the in nel ordered the regiment to as sir e artificial mustaches marked out w: !i burnt cork to a set pattern. la mi don Chronicle. Game Preserving In England. ' a ■■■ —"a 1 ’erhaps for the first time in same pr* "orving we can say that every estate can be made a partridge estate ami nearly every year a partridge year. Should prosperity anil the de mand for good shooting continue there is little doubt that there will be ten times as many partridges in Kngland In ten years time as there were five seasons ago.—Si»orting and Dramatic News. Where Judges Are Taught. \ remarkable educational establish meat Is the school for judges opened reeontly In Paris Hero make-believe ( trials are held by the pupils under the supervision of well-known attorneys. The whole procedure, front the Issuing: of a warrant for arrest to the summing; tip and the Judge's verdict. Is carried through in a businesslike manner. Money to loan at lowest rates on ; f Arm and city property. Stephan & OBert. j Treat your family to a bucket of: chili from Smith’s Lunch Wagon. Plenty of money to loan on Delta i real estate. Welch & Dams. I Notice of Execution Sale. Notice is herebj sirai that by riftth >-f ;i : Sp-*ctal Execution t-> me directed from the ' net t our! of IVlta Umiily. 'tut** of Colorado, dated Jan nary 4th.. a. I>. lHli, in a certain raiix wherein Alice M. Fisher is plaintiff, and Joseph Fisher is defendant. I suitl execution lv*iug npon a certain judg ment in said District Court wherein tin |payment of the sum of One Thousand lV.llars and ivsi*. 1 adjudged b> plaintiff against defendant f r ali ■ inony and damages. »h- ndjmigcd to N» a lit n ■ ins.ii the premises dex rilnsi in plaintiffs com plaint and hereinafter deeeril>ed. 1 have on this I tli. day of January. D. IIH:7. Irviiil : jsin the 1 folh-wing dt*M'ril»eii premise- upon which said judgment indelttedne** was charged. and will on Tuesday* the stl». day of February, A. D. UWT, at , the hour of ten u clock A. M. at the front door 1 of the Court House in the Town of Delta. County ) of Delta an«i State of Colorado. -ell at public I j auction to the highest ami l>e«t hidtler for cash I | the said l»ro|*erty\ or so muc h thereof as may l*e m-ce-san tosntl»f\ the sai l executio and n-t> of sale, which said property is <leocribed as fol- I lows, to-wit: Four acres, more or less, beginning at a point 24 J f***-t e«st . f the Nonhwest comer • I l.ot Three 3 Section Seven 7 . Towuship Fifteen 1* Sooth. Kanffp Ninety-five sG West of the Sixth ; P. M.. thence south*3l rods. then**c east ly rods. | tlieina north :>i n*ds. thence west 19 roD along north line of said 1 *t Three to phnv of beginning and all «litcii and water rigtits Used in it - irrign , lion, inehiding one share of the capital stot k t>f j the llartlaud Ditch Com|>auy. Also that portion of l.ot Three 3'. Section | Seven 7. Township Fifteen 15 South, Range Ninety-fire t'Jfi) West of trie sixth i‘. M„ more tvirticularly dexrilxxl as follows: Beginning at . i point £43 feet east of the Northwest corner ol ! said l.ot Three, and running thence south '♦'4 ' I feet, thence west 132 f«s ;. north 564 feet, thence | east along th« north line of said l.ot Three. 125 ] feet to place of beginning. containing one and 1 one half acre*, mon* or less, and one share of the capital «ti» k of the Harthmd Ditch Comj'auy. Al—o tvginning :*t a point 41L* feet south ot the Northwest corner of Lot Thte 3>.!Section Seven r .Towuship Fifteen 15 South. Range Ninety t 95 West f the Sixth P. M.. thence south 17*2 feet. thottoc «*ast b-i feet. tlieuee north 4 feet. tl enc. west 44 feet, thence south 412 feet, them*** west 120 feet to place of beginning. and ' one share of the capital stock of the llarthuid Ditch fomjainy. Dated at Delta, Colorado. this 4tli day of Jan uary. A. D. ltk'7. at 11 :',H> a m c. s. i: urns. Sheriff--t iv lta Count*. Colorado. First pub. Jail. 4. PH';: last pub. Fob 1. 1907. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior. (Alias ■ UNITED STATES I.A\D OFFICE. J MONTROSE. t>l.oll ADO. - January sth.. i:h*7. \ A sufficient contest affidavit having been tiled [ in this othee by Klislia tialluie contestant. *' against Homestead entry No. 337 l te. mad*- ' April 13, IWH, for SE l » S\V*U, S\V>4 NK 1 ,. W, J r-1-7 1 . Section 2>. Township 17* S. Range '.HI *V .bv j !*«• vi ltoniter. Contested. in which it is alleged 1 that the s ml Levi llonner lui> abandoned said entry and has failed to establish or ma .itain a i , residence thereon. that s*td absence (rum eaid ; 1 «nd has n*»t lx*en OiiiNxl by the employment --f i the said Bt wm in the army, navy or marine ser | * ice of the United States, etc., saul jvirtics are It*-nr by liotitieil to appear, m-|x»nd ami oiler ex i- 1 i deii'v'touching said allegation at It* •* elm k a m. i on February 35th. U*o7. N-f.-re the Register and Ih-eeiver at tiie I nitial Stales laiiul olliee in M*»ntrose. Colorado. j The said contestant liat ing. in a pn»p«'r attida ; \ it. filed Jauuarx -tl». PA’T. M-t forth facts which 1 j slew that after due diligence personal service ol ! j this uotii-eean not l*«- m ul>>. it is hereby unleml I i an-1 ditvcUst that such notice given by due i and proper pul>l leaf i«*n. HKYsON P. HI.A IK. Register. First pul*. Jan 11; last nub. Jan. .35, PA>7. Farm Lwuiih. j Money always on hand for farm I loans at S per cent. I No. 48 Kino & Stewart. Coal Notice. | ( oalby coal has been advanced to I* l .75 at the mine. Miners are wanted. I A. Watson, Mgr. Report of the Ci ■ditioß of the FIRST NATIONAL BAN K—= DELTA, At Delta, in the State of Colorado at the clone «»f business. Not. 12. 190 b. KKSOCKC'ES. DOLLA KS Loans amt discounts SlNt.lsy.vu j Overdrafts, secured amt unsecured jJH.’rj i I'. s Bonds t<> HTiiri 1 circulation . . so.(»'i'. , »> t Premiums on U. S. Bonds 9ri711’.» 1 Bonds. securities. etc l._*::vY*» Banking h'Miv. furniture, ami fixtures 12. : >7.'».16 IDuefr-.m National Hacks tnot reserve ... «-» , \its» inner real estate own«l I ie from state l*anks ami bankers. Dm- frwtu approved reserve agents 55.9U6.3S Checks amt other cash items a, viy 79 Notes of other national banks Fractional |»aper currency nickels ami «*nts * 146.. V) l.vwrvL Musky Kkskrvh in If as k : I Specie »:t.70i.45 1 Legal tender 7.415.U0 t 1.116.45 Redemption fund with l' S Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation 1.5UU.00 Total S2Vs,3L*») >7 1.1 abii rrins. Capital stock paid in. foO.Ottl.vO Surplus fuiwl 15.00UU0 l udivuied profits, less expenses and taxes paid 5.H15.37 National bank notes outstanding . 30.1X0.0 Due to other national banks i.*3i> 41 l>ue to state banks and Imnkers l.;>»«> Individual deposits subject t>» check 162,17V.<» Demand certificates of deposit iv.4Vl.xi Time certificates of deposit 45,411.67 Certified checks Total •SUjai'.l | bI'.XTK OF CMI..RADO, f Count\ of Delta * >- I. " li. II liman. Cashier of th<* above nam «■'* bank do solemnly swear that the above state ; incut is true to the best of my ktiowhsUc and belief. " (}. Hillman. Cashier. Siibcribcd and sworn to before me this 16th day of November PjO*>. My eoiiimivMou expires May 11.1909. A 1 AM>B.VKY. Notary Public, j CORRECT—Attest. A. M SttH-kham, iSKAI. H. K.Porter. K. P Hunt. i GEO. C. WILSON » Manufacturers and dealers in AND Repairing neatly done. DELTA, 00L0 Pasture For Sale. j 120 acres of alfalfa pasture near town; plenty of water, fences good. ! Stock taken at £1.50 per month. Smith Bros. Edison and Columbia Talking fla. I chines and Records at Wyatt’s.