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1 WITH A BANNER YBAR w fruit /Mm\ i We take pleasure in calling to your attention the arrival of j j\Y| \ I nj oor PALMER line of ready to wear Coats, an up-to-date LJ l a l ' liijQ \ n I Jji 1\ stylisk garment in every respect. I ' L J| The Palmer Coat, like the Banner Skirt, exceeds in Excellence. i ll ii \ ar,u Implements, Velie Buggies, the new Ft. Smith, a wagon made especially for \ | ff**' I !'l\\ western climate, and our new Fruit Wagons arrived this week. . * | \ K -j-t-l—We carry a Complete Line of Flower and Garden Seed. I *■ J. V. McCLENATHAN. LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson visited in Delta Tuesday. We sell a fire insurance policy that assures. Cline & Hurry. For Sale:—An Underwood Typewriter in pertect condition at this office. All kinds of repairing done at the Reliance Machine Works G. L. Bainbridc.e, Prop. W. A. Irwin took Thursday's train for Denver to visit with rel atives and attend to business matters. The Woman's Club will meet on Wednesday afternoon. March 17, at the home of Mrs. H. E. Max ville on Grande avenue. AII kinds of conveyance papers quickly and promptly prepared, abstracts of title furnished on short notice. See C. C. Hawkins. Try some tree tanglefoot this spriog and see how the bugs get caught. The North Fork Fruit Grow ers Association. "Cassie" King, the Blind Poet of the Western Slope, is spending the week visiting his sister, Mrs J. L. Criswell, and looking alter his ranch inteiests on Pitkin mesa. Mr. King is thinking of bringing his family here to spend the summer. For Pruning Shears, Saws, Poles ,etc., See The Curtis Hardware Co. E. H. CURTIS. Mrs. K. O. O'Gorman and daughter, of Ridgway, who have spent the season at the home of J. L. Criswell departed for their home Wednesday morning. Mr. Henry Burke and family, of Oklahoma City, Okla., came in Sunday evening and are visiting at the home of Bert Campbell and family. Billy Hopkins, of the Crawford Chronicle, was a Paonia visitor the first of the week being sum moned here as a witness in a land case. Mrs. Stella Emmons came down from Bowie Tuesday even ing to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harding. Mr. Rice who recently pur chased the Beardsley ranch is building a large barn and other improvements. Miss Stella Burgess, Bth grade teacher, visited with her brother and family in Delta last Saturday and Sunday. Wanted:—House work, by day' or week, by competent house keeper. Address Mrs. J. Pierce. Mrs. Fred Wyman and son vis ited with friends in Hotchkiss the fore part of the week. Mrs. A. M. Collins, of Bowie, visited in Paonia Wednesday. S. A. Wade and family are moving to their ranch on Garvin rr esa this week. For Sale:—A saddle horse. In quire at Merle A. Miller’s resi dence. 2tp Harold Fiske has accepted a position with the Paonia Steam Laundry. Miss Jennie Crawlord came down from the Hubbard Park ranch Thursday for a visit at home. Ladies, at Mrs. Yates' display of Spring Millinery you will find a hat to suit every face and every purse. There is a new bone mill at the Wood's Grocery Store. Buy some crushed bones tor your chickens, it will make them lay. Go to Chapman's Home Bakery for what you want in their line. All kinds of bakery goods, a quick lunch, or a dish of genuine Mexi can chili. All of the very best. You may be sorry if you buy your wall paper without having seen my samDle books. I have the stock on hand. Remember the name L. C. ftump, painter and paperhanger. Miss Altheda Oliver has ac cepted a position with Mrs. W. H. Yates in the new millinery store. We are of the opinion that Miss Altheda will make a worthy assistant. Mrs. H. L. Watson and little daughter, of Lake City, came in on last evenings train and are stopping with Mrs. Phil Eiscn kramer. Mrs. Watson thinks the climate will be beneficial to the child’s health. A. S. Stratton came up Sunday evening from the Surface Creek country where he is wintering his cattle to see what the range pros pects here were for the near fu ture. After investigation he de cided to feed until the first of April. A real estate deal was consum mated last Tuesday, Sam Lane having sold his valuable town property on Delta avenue to Nels. Matson, a gentleman from Nebraska. We have not learned how soon he will locate in our valley. Do you want to save money on your orchard supplies for next spring? If so. ask the North Fork Association how you can do it. Tom Hester went to Canon City Wednesday to close a real estate deal. Bert Foster made a trip to Maher last Tuesday. THE RELIANCE MACHINE ffORKS takes care of your Repairing Troubles. All persons need to have broken articles repaired. We are in business for that purpose. We have a well equipped shop lathe, brazer, grinding machine, etc. No repair job too large for us to do. We file saws, fix guns, rebuild bicycles, repair au tomobiles, and do all kinds of smaller repaid work. We have secured an expert machinist who will handle that line of our work. He will make a specialty of gasoline engine work. Try us f we will guarantee our work G. L. BAINBRIDGE, Prop. PAONIA, DELTA COUNTY, COLORADO Colonist Rates to California Northwest FROM to Denver ON SALE MARCH I San Francisco Colorrdo Springs TO APRIL 30, *909 Los Angeles Pueblo San Diego C" 100 CHy San lose Lead ville . Santa Barbara Glenwood Springs Sacramento Wta SM " Fresno Grand Junction _ » Portland Gunn “°° Tacoma Montrose Seattle A daily line of Pullman tourist cars will leave Denver via the DenverandßioGrande running through to San Francisco and Los Angeles without change For Information regarding Train Service, Pullman Reservations, etc., etc., call on THE RIO GRANDE AGENT S. K. HOOPER, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Denver, Colorado. We are investing many thous ands of dollars in Paonia, Cedar and Lilylands. These properties are rapidly increasing in value. It you want to lend your money on th; best of security at one per cent, per month or if you want an e-.-cellent investment see I. D. McFadden, Paonia, Colo.