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SNow on Sale. Come early and make your ~ Selection while the stock is Complete # 9 —- 9 » We can Please you * S HYER & WARD. j W0t«10tt0t)0ti0H0i« OOtOOOHOiOtatK J. Hunt, j* SURVEYOR * Co-op. Phone 10-F" Paonia, Colo. "A diamond is not as preci ous as a tooth .“-Don Quixote A Beautiul Set of Teeth has often been worth more to a Lovely Woman than a Good Many Diamonds Dr. G. C. Far is nm ken a successful Specialty of Saving the Natural Teeth Crown and Bridge Work A Specialty Office next door to Spencer'* store First Mali Bank. E*uit Exchange Bank | L. C. STUMP Jjj » PAINTING CONTRACTOR « 9 Q 1 General HOUSE Painting I ® I’ajHThaiiglng. GRAINING w and Sign WHITING. * J PAONIA. COLORADO, g mmm**Mmmmnm*mmmmm*mrn****** j * Boys* | 5 Home J 5 IS). Barber ; 5 |gT~ Shop J * Experienced Management § * Up-to-date In r»ery Particular | * You am Invited to Calx. * 2 laths aatf Laaatfrf tasfcat la * ; CmiicNii. ; * iross a camp, e«o»» • STARK TREES I have accepted the Agency for Delta County, for the Fa mous Stark Nursery, and invite those who wish to buy reliable Nursery stock to drrp me a line. Prices Right. Excellence Guaranteed. Wm. Hopkins, Crawford, Colo. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable S. M. LOVETT, Prop. Firbt class Careful Driver*, Good Saddle Horae*. Commercial Trade Solicited Cedar edge, Colorado. CO-OP. PHONE, 16 M. Subscribe lor The Newspaper. RLACK DIAMOND COAL! $1.50 Per Ton at Mine. $2.50 “ 41 Delivered. W. F\Conine LOCAL ITEMS. 1 D. McFadden was in Mont rose Wednesday. • M rs. David Cowgill has been very ill this week Harry Edwards came down from Hubbard park Tuesday. Get your Abstract ot Title from C. C. Hawkins. Ira Nelson made a trip to Hotchkiss Tuesday on business. Frank Memory went to Sonier set Sunday where he will work in the mine. Mrs. G. W. Van Holt went to Hotchkiss Thursday to visit her parents for a time. We are still writing those "Good as Gold" fire insurance policies. Cline & Hufty. The finest rack of beef we have seen for some time at The Peoples Meat Market. Will Hurst came over from Crawford Monday and is now cut ting stone on the Christian church. E. W. Ailebaugh was an arrival on Wednesday's train. He comes to visit his fathcr in law. S. A Aldcrson and family. The Bross Hotel, is the best, most modern and newest hotel in the city. Hot and cola water and all modern conveniences. C. C. Hawkins is the latest pub lie spirited citizen to lay cement sidewalk. A fine one is being placed around his residence. What peaches I have left will sell at XI 50 per box. Better come early There are only a few left. Phil Eisenkramer. J. F McDonough and Otto Michel returned from their hunt ing trip Monday. They report a pleasant time and Mr. McDon ough's health somewhat improved A card received trom Parker Batch asks that his paper be sent to Sparks, Nevada, where he is now staying. He says Sparks is a lively railroad town, a division, with a payroll of $6fi,fKSJ For Rent: -My ranch above Pa oma, on trims to one who will lake possession this fall and do necessary river work. C. E. McMullin, Montrose. Colo. Eugene Nelson captured a dol lar for a local this week. The Newspaper’s system of paying for locals brings in the items all right and shows no symplons of losing interest with the boys and girls. K J. Potter has been appointed county agent for the Singer Sew ing Machine Co . and will take up his residence in Paonia for head quarters. Potter is a rustler and will make a success of the business we have no doubt. Our readers will remember our announcing the coming marriage of Miss Allene Tison, of Denver, a young lady well known to our people, also the further statement ; that Mrs. M P. Gonner had left to i attend the ceremony. This week the sad intelligence arrived that Mrs Adele Hurst, aunt of the bride to be, and a sister of Mrs. Gonner, had suddenly died of heart trouble the day before tlie ceremony, or last Monday morn ing It was certainly a most sad and distressing occurrence, in which the bereaved ones will re ceive the sympathy of all our people acquainted with them. The wedding was not postponed, being conducted in a less public manner only. We deeply regret the very serious illness of Mrs. L. K Tolle She was taken ill ten days ago with typhoid fever and at the present writing is very weak though not considered in a dan gerous condition. We sincerely hope, with her many friends, for an early and complete recovery. The reports from the Hotchkiss P'air are to the e£fec» that every thing was most satisfactory. The attendance was large and the ex hibits fine. This paper was either fortunate or unfortunate enough to be so busy as to preclude the possibility of attending but most all our people took time to go down one day at least. Had you noticed the improve ment in our bakery goods? We have changed bakers. Try a loaf and you will be convinced that we turn out as good bread as any shop in the state. Wood’s Grocery & Bakery. Will J. Wood, accompanied by Messrs. Kennedy and Stoiley, left p'ridav morning for a few days outing in the hills. They went loaded for deer and we suppose an accident might happen and they get one. The cattlemen arc now vigor ously rustling their cattle out of the hills and the last of the month will see some heavy shipments from the Koith Fork The cattle have all done well and are fat as seals The Woman's Club will meet Wednesday, the 10th, with Mrs Merle Miller, unless the weather should be very bad, in which case they will meet with Mrs Mc- Millan The Bross Hotel, under the management of J C. Stitt, is a first class house, up-to-date in every respect Commercial trade especially solicited. Miss Elberta l’atterson has taken a situation in this office and will learn the art preservative of art. She is a very capable young lady. The People's Meat Market. The cash shop. Coupon books, at a discount. Phil Eisenkramer, Prop. Albert Goodenow is working in the Wood Grocery and Bakery Al. says it comes very natural to tie up and deliver goods. Insure your property with me, all old line companies, best is al ways cheapest. SeeC. C. Hawkins. A fresh, crisp supply of Saratoga Chips at The Peoples Meat Market. B. L. Barnett and J. B. Blakely, of Grand junction, were in Paonia over Saturday and Sunday. Joe Kemp came in from Gunni son Tuesday, where he has been staying for a time. Earnest Sams was in town Wed nesday. He is always a welcome visitor. Fred Wyman came in Tuesday and remained the balance of the week. WANTED:—Good milch cow. Must be fresh. J. Neiman. tf Mrs. Arthur Purtee went 'to Grand Junction Wednesday. M iss Lutie Edwards left on Wednesday for Grand Junction where she will remain for the winter. A married man never fully re alizes what he is up against until after he has met every one of his wife’s relations.— Exchange. John Wcstmore, Art Robbins, I. D. McFadden and J. C. Stitt went to Montrose on business con nected with the Wcstmore-Hart contest, Monday. J. M. Ensor, of Grand Junction, general agent of the Singer Sew ing Machine Company, has been in town all the wet k, assisting R J. Potter to get on to the ropes. Shorty Franklin made his cus tomary visit to the trade for the Peters Paper Co., this week. Shorty is always a welcome vis itor at the newspaper offices at least. T. O. Rusho has been engaged in making internal improvements in his store this week. He has compassed a considerable ad vance in appearance as well as convenience. Capt. Underwood escorted a party consisting of his son Her bert, A. Winn and another gen theman whose name we did not learn up the Muddy on a deer hunt Sunday. FOR SALE:—Honey in comb or ex:racted. Any quantity by the crate rBO pound can. Comb $2 75 per crate, extracted S 3 75 per can. Lea\ r orders at Eisenkramer's or Nelst . Bros. Chas. Alton. Ser ator Alexander, of Jefferson coun'v. the gentleman who stood pat with M. L> Vincent for decent legislative action last winter, was a Pa< nia visitor this week and a guest of Mr Vincent. Senator Alexander expresses confidence that the reform element of the republican party will control it in the coming election but we fear he has overlooked Bill Evans and his consort. Bob Speer. HALF A BEEF FREE. Slepheas k C«. Make Bit Otter. The Paonia Meat Market. SteDhens & Co., Proprietors, are going to make their customers a fine Thanksgiving present. With each 25 cts. cash purchase you are presented with a ticket which entitles you to a chance on a quarter of beef. They ate going to give a half beef to their custom ers and there will be first and second choice. The person who gets first choice wins the hind quarter and the one getting second choice wins the front quarter Trade with us and win the beef. L. K. Stephens & Co. Do Yon 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 tetms and no cash required at time of purchase. Loans Wanted. A few good loans wanted on ranches, improved town property ditch stock or collateral notes. C C. Hawkins Notice. All delinquent Taxes not paid by Oct 20th. 1907, will be adver tised and sold for Taxes. J. E. Becklev. Co. Treasurer. Commercial Printing. Of every sort and kind prompt ly turned out at this office. Give us a trial order. We want to prove that we can please you. FOR SALE:—Twenty acre* choice fruit laud near Elberta, under fence; ten acres orchard twenty tin-hee of perpetual water: ST>.OOO on easy terms. Now Is the time to take advantage ot low prices as price* will double with the next crop. 1. D. McFajidkn. Ten acree, all In cultivation, only one mile from town. Cheap. See C. C. Bawunb. | ROGERS <Sr LARO, *°| M HOTCHKISS. COLO., g ' g Are Agnts for jjj g COOR’S GOLDEN BEER g g The finest Beer brewed in the West and an article jji g that you will appreciate this hot weather. j g Mail and Phone orders Promptly Filled. R10f00t«10i0«« IOBOHOOHCSHGiOiOy. First floor cast of p< >st • »nt.\ All work iruar. : ; r>t- BL -■'%* HI class anil satisfactoi y. Office Phone 411, Uenldenc* I I .»• 44. Office Hours Btol2 a. ni. 1t • p. tn. The best and surest anesthetic* used In extraction of teeth, making that operation one n«»t tol ** dreaded g Paonia Livery & Transfer Barn | ************************************************** 9% HOCKETT 4. HICE, PflorßiETonn. * jr 9 First Class Rigs at Reasonable Rates. 9 g COMMERCIAL MEN GIVEN SPECIAL ATTEN- g g TION also TRANSFERING a SPECIALTY. £ 1:10000 VOHOOOI S rt>«> 0000)00 oomonotono * Western University of Industries, jjj * Science and Arts. * ~ GRAND JUNCTION. COLORADO 1 Often* courses In Elementary subjects. College Prepamtory, 9 Commerce. Accounting. Stenography, Economics, Preparatory M Engineering. Civil Service, College work and Music and Normal M Teacher Training. L\ll Work Adapted to Needs of Individual Students. Q Writ# Wor Information. Q CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER SHOP WORK A SPECIALTY 11] jjj§: jellr Iggggß 119 OFTICE TO REAR or FIRST NAT. BANK CABi™ir™= 1 have a nice assortment of An Underwood Typewriter Kugs and Carpet now on hand for SALE. In Perfect Condition. Practi- Will be glad to take orders call >' »'*. will be sold for anything you want in tha. linc CHEAP FOR CASH Last house east on Third St , south side. Machine may be Ex- Jt'SSe Carrothers. amined at this Office "The DENVER & RIO GRANDE “Scenic Line of the World” TO THE PACIFIC COAST Offers the traveler the same good train service, comfortable and l luxurious accomodations and the same Impressive scenic attrac- ► , tlous in winter as It does In summer. Its three through daily trains which are operated between Denver and the Pacific Coast are provided with the latest pattern of Pullman and ordinary sleeping cars, chair cars, and a perfect system of dining cars which are operated on the a la carte plan. The two morning train* from Denver carry through Pullman standard sleeping cars which are operated In conn* ction with the Burlington. Rock Island aud Missouri Pacific between Chi cago, St. Louis anti San Francisco without change. If you con template a trip to the const, let us send you an illustrated book let free, and Information as to what the trip will cost you. S. K. Hooper, Gcn’l Pass’s & Tat. aot., OcNvy*. Colo.