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ares ami Window Shaoes 1 I roidered Linen Center I ents are just IT 1 ON T I ding Suits, Low Cut Shoes S £ *£■ S Lace Hose, Silk Gloves e | * cent. Off *£ *£ 1 I have left go at BARGAINS g OCKHAM BROTHERS. | yWTVTTrVTTVTYTVTTTVTTT ▼ V Wyvvw v <VW>Tv » v 1 ™vV r ■fVWvvVy'f^VVYTTfVVvTT^WfTfTy^W THE NEWSPAPER. C. T. RAW ALT, PubUibcr. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription R«t«i $2.00 Per Yenr. Entered at the poatnfllce In J*aonla for inuMmlMlon through the mall* nm arcoud class matter. AfvcrtWaf Rate*. Display advertising on first page 15 rrn*« per Inch per issue. Displn v un other paired an follow'*. Lraa than ten *1111(1** column Inch*** 1 -S Mata per inch per Insertion. lO Inches ami over 10 cent* |**r Inch |*er In sertion. y 4 page $ 0.00 Jier l**ue. yj page $8 05 per l**ue. Va page $4.50 |**r l**ue. 1 |mi|(e $7.50 |M*r l«*ue. A (otnpooltlon chance of cent* |**r Inch will lie made on ili«plny advertisement* In serted once. Laical advertisements 5 cent* per line |»*r Issue Headed local ml*. 10 cent* for the heading. Transient hiiHlne** 1,0 cents j*er line t1r*t Insertion and five cent* for subsequent In ssrtluss. Lanlxe Cards or announcements ten cent* per Insue when carried regularly. No advertising of any kind done w ith out adequate comt*-n*ntlou. Local* nd vert Ini n tc church social*, entertainments or other gathering* of the fteople when an ad mlttance Is charge*I ami profit ex|iected will be Chanted for at the name rate a* other business. The Montrose l'ress has en larged the size ot its pages from five to six columns. We think it improves the appearance of the sheet. We know thft it is a more convenient size for the printers. We have already pointed out how fudge Ben Lindsey made a fool of himself by going east and asserting at Chatauquas that Si mon Guggenheim purchased his way to the United States senate. But Lindsey’s folly in washing our home laundry in the east is as nothing compared with the down right mendacity of the governor who telis the people by indirect method that Guggenheim didn’t buy it. Buchtel is a clergyman and the people have reason to ex pect that when it isn’t necessary he won’t lie any more than he has to. He could have kept quiet. Indeed he cauld have stayed at home and made an honest’attempt to try and serve the people who elected him gov ernor, had it not been that he could not resist the glamour of the platform. The governor does ill to speak of Lindsey’s vanity. Remove the beam from thine own optic parson. —Boulder Camera. WOULD HIRE HIM TO QUIT. The following dispatch mr’i dates one of the taken bv predatory wealth to remove from a position of power any judge or lawyer who happens to menace their supremacy: Chicago. Aug <s.—As he lett the city last night for Indiana Judge Landis, who recently im posed such a heavy fine on the Standard Oil company, received a message from the People’s Se cunty company of New York ask ing him to accept the office of chief counsel for the company at a salary of $25,000 annually. Judge Landis will not consider the offer. When it is taken into consider ation that it is only occasionally that an upright judge can be elected or even nominated, and then that he will be tempted as ab ve c.ted as soon as he gives evidence of intent to do the right thing on the bench, it is no won der that corporate control has be come so complete. It is fresh evidence of Judge Landis’ integ rity that he declines the flattering offer. There is a very emphatic roar going up from the Mesa county press because Delta county is laying claim to certain territory which it appears Mesa has benev olently assimilated for the past twenty-five years. As the matter is one easily determined and jus tice demands that all territory be longing to to a county should be dedicated to it, we tail to see where Mesa has any just ground for complaint. If they have in advertantly got over on our ground they should be glad to re scind the action and give up. If our commissioners are wrong a survey will settle the question It really looks as it Mesa felt pretty well satisfied that a survey would show the contention of the Delta commissioners to be right. Our readers will have noticed a small reader inviting fisherman to Lake City for a part of their outings. To those who take pleasure in fishing we want to say that there is no better place than Lake City to spend a week or two. The fishing is most excellent and the people of the town attractive and companionable. We know of no place in the state where a visit will prove more thoroughly en joyable. This paper is printing a series of readers adveitising the Mesa county fair. It is likely that their fair will be more than ever worth attending this year and doubtless many Baonia people will avail themselves of this year’s oppor tunity to visit the Grand Valley. In an action for libel brought by one Mr. Lever, a soap manu facturer, against the Daily Mail and ihe Kvening News, which suit came on at Liverpool Mon day. July 15, and after the prose cution had submitted but a part of its testimony the ilefendent companies confessed their error and permitted damages in the sum of $250,000 to be assessed against them without protest. They further by statement of counsel in open court made com plete retraction of all damaging statements made against plain tiff. This week we have received communications from the Pueblo State Fair containing a compli mentary ticket to that doings with about $25 worth of notices they wish printed. From the Montrose fair board we got an other comp and some more infor mation that we are expected to scatter broad cast. Grand Junc tion sent us a small batch of no tices and a check. Not a big one but enough to pay composition' charges. Lake City 'sent a little notice and said send in your bill for three insertions. Delta sent a quarter page "ad" and some read ers. and said charge us your reg ular rates we are paying our bills. We have no desire to be sarcastic or unpleasant but we will be hanged if we can help giving Lake City, Grand Junction and Delta the preference. The publicity given is about in the ratio ot the pay. The water of the Kannah Creek has always flowed down into Mesa county anil it will be an exceed ingly cold day when the boundary lines cf this county are so changed to make the headwaters of that creek fall within anv other county —Grand Junction Sentinel. And we understand it will con tinue to run down. Our county commissioners disclaim any in tention of upsetting the creek named This explanation is made in the hope that Bro. Bunting's mind will be take off his troubles sufficiently so that he can observe some other things as he passes through life—apples on Delta county trees for instance. The esteemed 800-ter expres ses its sympathy with Bro. Rock cfcller on his spectacular fine and says that all any of us tequire is the opportunity lo be as bad as he Like enough this is partly true All the more reason that we should have good laws that will compel Brothers Rockefeller and Oliver to be decent whether they wish to do so or not. Troubi.es never come singly. On top of the telegrapher's strike and the prospect ot an extended disturbance of railroad operations, John D. Rockefeller's physician announces that it is probable that the mote or less distinguished head of the oil octopus will live to be about 100 years old. Loans Wasted. A few good loans wanted on ranches, improved town property, ditch stock or collateral note-. C C. Hawkins Do You Want a Home ? Then see I. D. McFadden at once and buy one of those choice fruit farms with plenty of water which he is selling to good work ers who have nothing but their labor to invest. Low prices, easy terms and no cash required at time of purchase. Order to Show Cause on Petition for Sale of Real Estate. STATE OF COLORADO. 1 Counts' of Deltii, /■"• IN THE COUNTY COURT IN PROBATE. In the matter of) Order to uliow cause on the estate of Evn (petition for Hale of real Leeds, deceased. J estate. This matter comlnx on to be heard on this 15th dar of July A. I» 11*07. upon the lie tltlon lifesl herein lajr J A. Rovaart. .oluilu latrator. of said estate, for the- male of the following dewrrilwd real estate. *»r a portion thereof, to-w it Lota 4 and 5 In lilork 4. Ifalei '- addition to Patiala; l.ota rt. 7 aud a '| n Block 4. Hal* ye addition to I’aonta. Lita :to. HI. 32.34.1 and .'44. Block 7. In the Haw kina and Holier addition ts» I’aouin. for the pur|»ome off dletrthutlnx the proceesU thereof anionic tile lie!ns at law of maid .|tsr,i«s| %nd It now appearlnx to the Court from -aid pet! tlon that l>n»|ier aud lexal grounds e«|«t for the aale of all or a |*ortlon of anM real m tate, MOW. THEREFORE, It la ordered by the Court that Alia T Wllaon. Julia M Parker. Chariest K. Wllaon. Harriet M Adair. Minnie E. Woodard. Ktniun A. iCoiaart. William II . Frederick L. Itcrtief . Laura M. K.dn* I . < den woods Minnie I. Iliucl N P.ttiel.. Ei a it., aud Earl l» W llat.it and W II ilur nett guardian ad litem of (ilenwood H. Minnie 1... Kttle 1... Hi it M .uid Karl I» Wil-on. minor*, and all |ertmna who are lex**teen or devinrrm of amid emtate. or anj part thereof, or lielrti of ssald derrslcrit Ise and appear Iscfon ssald Court at ll»e «'ourt room of nald < ••art. In the Town of Delta. i o<mtr and State nfore»/ild. on th. 2«t»i day ..f August. A I*. 1007. at the hour of 11 o’clock In the fore* noon of an Id day. tits n ami tliere to tshowr caiime. If any there Ise. w by an order •should not Ise Uinde ill res 11 nx the anlil J A Itoi aart to ssell the w h«>le or much of nald real entitle an may le ■ arena ary for the pur possess »jwclflcd in nald isetltlon! IT IK FI IITIIKIC ORDERED that thin or der Ise tsuMlahesl for at leasst four aiirreaati* Mrckn in tin- I’nonla Newapajxr. . Wfelllj public new apaiwr puhll-lied «n -al.| foiiutv. IT IM FURTHER ORDERED tlo.f W fl Burnett, of nald County of Delta. la- and lie l» hereby appo tiled an guardian nd litem for lilenwosHl S. Wilison. Ml ii nb L Wllaon, if ass* V Wilson, Mile I. U ilnssti. Km M. Wllaon and Karl D. Wllsson. minor*, to rrprr »«**it nald minor* at aabl hearing; By the • 'ourt: FRED N. DICKKRMO.N. Judge Flmt publication July iVth. lIMiT I.nat publication Aiixu*t Kith. IW»7. Order to Show Cause on Petition for Sale of Real Estate. HTATK OF COLORADO. I County of India. I m " IN Til K roi NTV COURT IN PRORATE. In the matter of|Order to*how ratine on theentateofOrrtn R. >|u*ttt!nn for nale of real Miller decenaed. ) .-state. Thin mat ter comlnx on to |m* heard on thin sth day of Auxu*t A. !». 1007, upon the t>w tltlon filed herein by Meric A. Miller nil mlnlntrntor of nald eatnte, for the nnle of the | Western University of Industries, | * Science and Arts. * . ORAND JUNCTION, COLORADO 9 Offers courses In Elementary subject*. College Preparatory, Q ft Commerce, Accounting. Stenography, Economics. Preparatory £ V Engineering, Civil Service, College work anil Music ami Normal 9 Teacher Training. (| All Work Adapted to Needs of Individual Students. Q Q VVrlt# For Information. jj j Paonia Livery & Transfer Barn! *************************************************** * I * HOCKETTAHICE.PaoMitroM J m I ************************************** A I First Class Rigs at Reasonable Rates. Q j COMMERCIAL MEN GIVEN SPECIAL ATTEN- Q I TION also TRANSFERING a SPECIALTY. S following dna rtlial real rwtatr. or a portioa tticniaf. tow It: An undivided our-half Intcrvwt In anil to the follow lnx dSßrrtb#d laud*, and w ater right* beginning at a point on tl»* Knot lln* of I'ra t*r Mtrwrt. 7M l f~-t % ** W from th* Nouth W'rat roru*r of Rbick fii* • 3 i of I’aonU HulhllvUlob, filr-l Ib liar offb r -d tb* « ounty t lrrk of iMta County. • ob-rttd--. vpirnil*r 1»tli. li*o:t from whk-ii p«-mt th* mitrr irf Hrrtlonalt i«l> In Tow n*blp fourt**n •1 A * Mouth ..f Kang* Mnrti -. n . ttt| . Wart of th* •ith I’noclpal Mrrldau. Itrara M #45 4H' I. 1*341.5 I ret dial ant . the,.* \ M« |.VK M 16.4 fr*t t l.*nr* \ 34H 43' W 4JI f*rt. ibrar* M 4lw« Pl' W ww.M fret; Iltcipe MHa E nia.s f**t. aloux Kaat Itu* of aabl < *nt*r . Mtrw*t to place a»f la-art lining containing Mn*aud Mnvt.i aroii hnstlrr<ltli> acrw and lains a part of Block four • 4 i of-aid Paonia **ul*lls lal.-u Ala.i th* t*n fifty a*iruth* t K>-57 t of th* lut*rr*t-d 4-lw anl J Matl.*w* In and to th* Wa«|r m-l lllghtow*r dltrla dlirrtmg water fr«»n» th* North Fork of the iiuuulat>n river In V\ at*r fMwtrtct No 40 and In, nftvwri entlia 1 l«»-37 I of th* Internal of the aahf Ed want J. Mathew a in Ihe water drrrred tlierrfo, arcor-liug to th* fllinx aswl record of aabl «lltrli an-l derm* Maul pr-»t* rt * I--lug Md under Warranty deed from I! J. Math ew* who holda.i inortgag- ->n -al«| pro|-ert 1 ofaAtmcS't.'hHi IM-lug part -d the purr lm» price ->f .aid pro|wrt.i 4or th* pur|M>a* of paying claim-allow r«l agaln-t aatd ratat*. And It now apiwartng 10 th* « ourt fr«»Bi aabl iwtltlon trial pr->|«*r and legnl ground rtlat for III* aal* of all or a portion of said real catate NOW THERKPOK4L It •- ordered by tb* Upvrt that Milk r \|.i > . Miller mmd 1 *laretire Miller and W || Burnett, ••uardlan a.I litem to Mcli a Miller and « larenc* Miller aabl tidnora. and all |w>r*ona w hoar* l*xat**w ..r dci laea of aabl r*tat*. or any part there*,f. or Itelr* of aabl decedent l«* and appear la*- , f--rr aabl < ourt at tin* t’ourt r«*om of anld, ’fourt. In the Town of IMta*. County and I Mtate . f<-r*wabl. 011 the I*th «lay idM*pt*itit-*r. A. I* !i»O7. at the h«,ur of | ( 00 ti rlork In ! the forv-niHin ..f aabl -lay. thru and there to , allow cauar. If anv there la- why an ordeff -hi-uhl not I** uiadedlrertliig tb-aabl M*rb- A. Vllllrr to a«-|| the w li-de «*r an much of aabl real rwtatr nm may I*- noewaary for thr pur* po-a-w -j*n ifb--I In aabl petit loti. IT IM FURTHER ORDERED that thlw 1 order l»* publlaheal for at leaat foursurrewalve week- In tlir Paonia Nrwapa|wr. a weekly public new apata-r tuibliaheal In-aid « ounty. IT IM FURTHER Oll!»4'ltF.D that W. 11. Burnett of aabl county of India, lw and he la hereby appointed nm xuanllau ad litem for Metv a Miller and • la retire Miller, minora, to reprrwent aabl mltioru at aabl hearing. Bv thei ourt FRED N. Dlf KERMON. Judge. Flra| puhlh-Ntlon Aiigu-t i»th. llMit. Laat publication MepL.dtli. 1U«»7.