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WINTON’S Is the Best for Domestic Purposes. Jt is clean and nice to hold fire. Will have plenty on hand, both here and at the mines. Roads good to mines and no mountains to pull. • Another thing to remember is that when you buy Winton’s Coal you aupport a home industry ana your money pays for home labor that in turn buys home products. Some of Your Stock Stoten? OiiiJ The Colorado Telephone Company ranch service enables you to get in touen with your neighbors for miles I B around, in a moment. A lookout can be instituted over an enormous terri tory —thieves have little chance to get away. jWWv I Do you know that thieves give a wide berth to dis- IJ M I tricts covered by telephone service? fc A telephone in your home means protection; it also ) saves time, money and worry. It keeps you in touch with the big world outside. | j LOW RATES The Colorado Telephone Co. \rslm To think of Seeds. We have the largest stock of Garden and Field Seed ever shown in Delta. Our stock of FLOUR. FEED. GRAIN AND ROCK SALT is Complete. We can handle all your eggs and Chickens. CRABILL & SKINNER. The paint that covers the earth with satisfaction SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS SOLD BY The Grand Mesa Lumber Co. /V— Juicy Chops for Breakfast, f /CWvXXSlIpiJ|te CJ I-' J 1 Lunch or Supper \ "N on tap in our huge ice box at any i time of the day, six days in the J week. And the way we cut them V f * HHA' and trim them from the well pre served sheep or lamb! May want a roast of beef or lamb for dinner. . 1 Here,(too, just as sweet and tender. Girardet & Kurz | " The Meat Specialists Round Trip Rates To CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWEST ,rom pK ,ine Cli On To San Francisco and Los Angeles and Return l t l fl6V TirkH* ixi sale. April 3(1 to May 10. He turn Limit, July SI. IWU7 CAI On To San Francisco and Los Angeles and Return Ticket* on Mali*. June V la* Hi. lb-turn Limit, August ill. 1007 W7fl To Spokane, Washington, and Return ■ ■ II Ticket* «mi anle, June 21 to July IS. Ib-turn Limit, Bei»tenil*or !.*». 1007 CIC On To San Francisco and Los Angeles and Return Ticket* on Male, June X» to July il. lb-turn Limit, Neptemta-r lft, 1007 Call on Local Agent Denver & Rio Grande Railroad for Particulars S. K. HOOPER, Qeneral Pass, and Ticket Agt. DENVER, COLO. WEDDING CAKE Delta’s first 1907 June bride will receive a wedding cake, the beet we are able to turn out, with compliments of the Royal Bakery Local and Personal Montrose has a high school teacher named Hugg. She must be an awful temptation to the big boys. At the meeting of Garnet Chapter, No. 39, O. E. S., on June 3, 1907, initi ation will be held and refreshments served. Miss Ruggles will open a dancing class for children at Odd Fellows Hall on Friday June 7th, from 4 to 6. She will also give her usual dance in the evening. Commissioner Joseph Hogrefe has been heard from at Norfolk, Va., where he and his wife are visiting. They re port an enjoyable trip up to that time. From Norfolk they were going to the Jamestown exposition. A wedding cake for the first June bride will be presented by the Royal Bakery, as per announcement in their ad. this week. If you are on matri mony bent you had just as well be quick about it and get the cake. The entertainment given by the pu j pils of the Delta High school last Fri day evening, was numerously attended and all express the highest sentiments regarding the manner of rendition of the play. The orchestra also comes in for many compliments. Paonia News paper. The J. B. McGinty home on the lower end of Rogers Mesa was burned down a few days ago. A young couple from Delta were living there and suffered some loss in wearing apparel. Mrs. McGinty and daughters also lost con siderable of their possessions.—North Fork Times. Chris Eberhard, who has been prun ing in W. N. Kennicott’s orchard on lower Surface Creek since February, says it is conservative to estimate Mr. Kennicott's apples at three-fourths of a crop and some varieties will require thinning. Bully for Kennicott and lower Surface Creek. Chris Eberhard. who lives on south Main street, wants it understood that > he is not so slow when it comes to j raising spring chickens. He sold a fine! bunch of fryers, last week, averaging t 2 l 4 lbs. each, for 16c. per lb. to Mr. ] True for shipment to the high toned! gold diggers in the mountains. Rev. Percival M. Wood holds his final , service at St. Luke’s Episcopal church ' next Sunday and on Monday leaves for Denver. He expects to proceed east, accompanied by Mrs. Wood, not later i than Wednesday. These estimable peo ple have the best wishes of large num bers of friends in Delta and Delta county for their future health and hap-' pi ness. Mrs. Goff has rented the Goff House to E. C. Arnold for a year and she will take a well earned vacation. She has conducted the hotel for many years and had established a reputation for setting an excellent table. Mr. Arnold has been running the log cabin restaurant for some time. He is an experienced hotel man and will no doubt keep the Goff House reputation up to its long established standard. I-eonard Baird, the efficient grocery clerk in the Stockham Bros.’ store, was a Delta visitor Sunday and Monday. He was visiting his uncle. Henry Baird, an attorney who has just settled in that town. While down in the lower country Mr. Baird invested in some land which will be under the Gunnison canal. When the canal is completed there is no doubt but that Mr. Baird will realize hand somely from his investment. —North Fork Times. Mrs. Kemohan sent a box of the prettiest strawberries you ever did see to the Independent office yesterday. They are a large, magnificent looking berry and taste quite as swell as they look. They are called “Staples.” a new variety, and Mr. Kemohan thinks they will prove to be the finest berry for this country that he has yet been able to find. They marketed the first crate yesterday and will be picking regularly after the first of next week. Walter E. Gallup and family expect to leave Delta next week for Twin Falls, Idaho, with the intention of es tablishing a home in that state. Mr. Gallup has suffered with rheumatism a great deal during the past year and he lays the blame to his present trade, plastering, which he will abandon. He contemplates going into the mercantile business and will seek a small town, where the investment of large capital is not necessary to begin with and whore the outlook for growth and development seems to be promising. If he does not find what he wants in this line he will try farming for a while. Mr. Gallup is a hustling, enterprising citisen and the people of Delta regret to see him and his excellent family go away, but they have the best wishes of our people for health, success and happiness wherever life’s pathway may lead them. Advertised Letter Ust. Letters remaining uncalled for in the postofflcc at Delta, Colo., for the week ending May 31, 1907. Martin E. Aslaksen (2) E. M. Davis Mrs. Cora Hamilton Walter A. Jefferson Mrs. Esther M. Smith In calling for these letters please say “advertised." Ella Nkw, P. M. I Ka # This store stocked with high class D|J K? II H K merchandise bought direct from man- H Eg I WT A ■ till ■l.jl I Wt ufacturers. You don’t pay any mid ® ® ® W dleman profits when you buy at Dry Goods Co. This I Remarkable Sale of Women’s New Shirt Waists Values out of all proportion to the splen did quality of these handsome styles Five Hundred Beautiful Waists in the lot. The styles are the latest and most popular of the season, including wash waists, net waists and silk waists. *1.50. $175. $2 vJiw. QC C $225 «»d *2.50 v«lu*,. C 1.39 I $2.75. $3 »nd $3.50 di^.lB New Oxfords Ladies' new Imperial oxfords.ail styles.all leathers, $2,52.50 Other makes Ladies’ white canvas Oxfords. .. .75c. $l.lB and $1.40 Shoes and Oxfords for the little folks. . 50c. 75c and $ I fcttCfcfc* James Means Shoes and Oxfords for men. -$3 and $3.50 to V Another Big Shipment of that &i|| Popular American J>ti w Beauty Corset x<jT t\ American Beauty Corset for style, comfort, fit / \ J It is easy to get fit here, so many different styles // W\ / ?rO to choose from, and then they are reasonably I 1 YJ t IH] 75c, $l, SL2S and $1.50 WWffl \ I Yjty Tape Girdles with supporters attached Uj Ivj U IK 25c AND 40c D| | }i,j (M As in Illustrations, on left only $l. On right $1.50 Jj, -j Ij fjj New Elbow Length Silk and Lisle Gloves lilwiihCiwACiMMvi 65c. 75c. $1.50 AND $2 HlwJHC«Miei.»«li*il»A Cory Curios. John Layman’s father and family came from Missouri Thursday to make him a visit and also to make a home in this country. The meeting of the Fruit Growers’ Ditch and Reservoir company Friday, the 24th, was well attended. The prop osition submitted by Dr. Whiting was accepted by a majority of about two to one. The Christian Endeavor social at the home of Mr. Enslev. Friday night, was well attended. The young folks enjoyed a taffy pull. Miss Marion Ashley, from Austin, spent Sunday with her friend, Mable Landreth. Mrs. Talbot’s brother. Mr. Underwood from Kentucky, came in Tuesday to make her a visit. Mr. Haynes, from Silverton, was visiting the Colorado Fruit Company’s ranch Thursday and Friday of last week. Paonia. iFnun tJ»»» Bnoetrr ) After mature deliberation the lx>ard , of directors of the Canning Factory I have decided to go ahead and erect the ; addition that has been talked of tor a time. This addition will be in the shape of a second story to the present ware house and will be 30x60 feet, built of Delta brick. Thisaddition will make the cannery quite large and the floor space will be as follows. Main building 88x28. Vat and boiler rooms 40x40. Empty can storage 20x60. Finished product storage in two rooms 30x60. This latter will have an elevator. In all the floor space of the cannery figures 9,924 square feet. This would mean if it were all on one floor, that floor would be 100x100. A number of our business men got together this week and by a free will donation gave enough to pay the fine of I. B. Rice caused by his recent trouble with Mr. Bruce. (From tl»«* Nt*w»i*ai«*r ' Mrs. George Merchant was the victim of a runaway accident last Sunday. While driving near their place the horse became frightened at a pile of brush beside the road, and became unmanageable. He ran as far as Mr. Bruce's place and tore the buggy in pieces. Mrs. Merchant was accompa nied by her daughters, Byrd and Polotna as well as the baby and all escaped injury. Hot lnuch for school children at Smith's Lunch Wagon, Cedaredge Items. (Special Corree>pjniion(».) Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keller, a daughter. Fred Yeiter was over from Montrose recently on business. Frequent heavy rains have put every thing into fine condition for growing. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Wetter ich on Sunday. May 26. a fine new son. The Surface Creek Booster Club is I beginning to make things lively in the way of progress for the Surface Creek region. M. J. Lane [has had a Co-op. phone placed in his house. Mr. Lane is the owner of the ranch known as the Mc- Graw property. Buyers seem to be as plentiful as they have ever been inCedaredge and sever al big deals in real-estate are reported to be on the string. Ths Town Council is holding frequent meetings and transacting a large amount of business important to the laying of solid foundations for the future welfare of Cedaredge. George Morris expects to move his family from their ranch, north of Cedaredge, to the Burson house in Delta for the summer, as he will be employed there during the summer months at carpentering work. It pays to trade at the Spot Cash. Scofield expecU to do all things well. Be sure and attend his Coffee Supper on June Ist. Why pay 10 per cent for money when you can get all you w*ant of King & Stewart at 8 per cent. Treat your family to a bucket of chili from Smith’s Lunch Wagon. Reward For Lost Horse. Lo3T—Sorrel horse, white spot on face and hind legs; branded “B” on left shoulder, tail trimmed short. SIO.OO reward if returned to Philip Kehl at Austin, Colo. 17-20 Wanted-Main to cut and stack 100 acres of alfalfa on California mesa. F. G. Myers. Special Excursions to ilexico City. The Colorado & Southern offers half rates to Mexico City and return; tick ets to be sold on April 25th to May 18th, June Bth to 15th and June 20th to July 12th; good 90 days; stopovers in both directions. Full information regarding Mexico on application. T. E. FISHER. <3. P. A., Denver. GEO. C. WILSON t Manufacturers and dealers iu AND Repairing neatly done. DELTA, COLO BUSINESS LOCALS Buy wall paper at the Spot Cash. Japalac—we have it —Hunt & Co. Cooks Cascara Cold Cure, cures colds. 25c. Genuine Mexican chili at Smith’s Lunch Wagon. Special Sale on Clothing at the Spot Cash. tf. Salida white lime for sale by the In j dependent Lumber Co. j The Spot Cash leads in quality and | low prices. Be up to date and eat chili at Smith’s Lunch Wagon. If you wish a good time, go to Scofield’s Coffee Supper on June Ist. This is the time to paint your house. You can get first class paint & oil of Hunt & Co. The Independent has a fine series of new type for card printing, including the latest in ladies calling cards. 8 per cent money to loan on short no tice on all good applications. Stephan & Obert. For Sale—Fresh cow and young pigs. Colo, phone, black-195. 9-16 E. R. Standish, Garnet mesa. While you are talking about Scofield's Coffee Supper, don’t forget that he handles the best of all other groceries as well. Plenty of money to loan, cheap. Ah stracts will be furnished. Fred N. Dickerson Two young ladies of the city will serve the Coffee Supper and lunch to be given at Scofields store, on the after noon of June Ist.