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FIRST ANNUAL
FOURTH OF JULY
CLEARANCE SALE
Commencing with Saturday June 26th
and lasting one week I will close out my EN
TIRE STOCK of Ladies and Childrens
trimmed hats at cost. My Decoration Day
sale was a success, everyone knows that.
Why? Because I did as I advertised. I sold
goods at a small margin above cost.
NOTICE
This sale is at coat and when 1 say cost it means
cost—often the public loses faith in a milliner because she
advertises a sale at cost and then before the sale marks up
her goods in order to make cost and profit also.
A visit to my store during this sale will convince you
of the above facts.
My stock is clean and fresh and plenty left to select
from.
MRS. W. H. YATES,
Next door to The McGenathan Merc. Co., Paonia, Colo.
VERY LOW RATES
Will be In effect for the follow.
Ing occasion via the
Denverand Rio Grande
“Scenic Line of the World'’
Alaska-Yokon-Padfic Exposition
Seattle, Washington, June Ist to October 16th, 1969
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Convention
I.on Angeles, Calif., July 11th to 17th. 1909
National Encampment, Grand Army of the Republic
Suit Lake City, Utah, August 9th to 14th, 1909
National Irrigation Congress
Spokane, Wash., August 9th to 14th, 1909
Through ullman Sleeping Cara. Dining Can (service a la carte.) Open Top
Observation- Cars through the Canon during the summer months, seats free.
Call on your nearest agent, or write
S. K. HOOPER, General assenger and Ticket Agent, Denver, Colorado.
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pul il to any -’•I .• '•4 -l» . • • »ti o * .a# i i tib,
k-p rj .CicH. . •It Ifc* k I • tf .* . M. t tt •** rNt.
t'lfrrfl It# ni iare - . nr-i giai.r l> yi *■» it i; po nt.r t" make
r.itflll;? rs-.lbt-o „ „ - n .. r . . u . „ yc . t . v.. u
to i- r.i.ddlenn u‘a prrjfus t <• 1 t d l*.i>. .lie i.cinu'.urtti-i i nur
a:uc- Iv.! n i yimr bicyt tc O Mil HL\ ib.viruf# t., r « tirr« I .in anyone
at any frue u til ><>u i. .e '<-<x caul<>*uc and Ivirn our uuhe-rd ol factory
Priest and rtmarkubl'* special vjiers to ruler ugrntn.
Vflll Hill I CC ACTniltUrn when you receive our beautiful catah*u« and
TUV WILL DL AdlUNlanCU study our superb models at the lonUerfull,
lino pruti wc can make you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for leas money
than any other factory. We are satisfied with Ai.oo profit above factory coat.
BICYCI.K DKAI.KKS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at
jr prices. Orders filled the day received.
I> HA NIP 111 CYC LKB. We do not regularly handle second hand bicyrles. but
a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out
rices ranging from S 3 to SR or SIO. De-rnr»t;ve bargain lists mailed Iree.
mimi'n imifl single wheels, Imported roller chain* and pedals, parts, repairs and
wH■ UMlsllllt#, equipment of all kinds at half the usual retail prices.
IAU HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROOF >S U
ft SELF-HEALING TIRES ro MirroDucr.oKr IL
The regular retail price of these tires is (
fSJO Per pair, but to intr-nluce we tt ill 1 ®
sell youa sample Pair tor $4. Jet S*J>s). f-^
NO MOK TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES [ fjrwWfa
NAIIA, Taeka or <;!»*•» will not !• t the j f
air ont Sixty thousand pairs sold last y. ar. 1
Over two hundred thousand pairs now m i.sc.
DESCRIPTION: Made in a!! !;/ ( f . /
audeasy riding, very dm able and lined inside w it !i /
a Special quality of rubber, which never twcomcs
porous and which closes up small punctures without allow* |II N H th tHI mhher tread
ing the air tocscape. We hive hundreds oflctters from satis- I II
fied customers stating that their tires haveonlylxrcti pumped UP „ d *IV' P »bi£ rtm str/p “ II”
uponceor twice in a whole season. They-weigh no more than JJ| JJ prevent rimoStlng. This
an ordinary lire, thepuncture resisnng (Qualities beinggiven [A p will outlast any other
by several layers ofthin specially prepared fabric on the VV „ iak r"<» FT.fc LACTIC aud
tread. The regular price of these tires is Ri 50 per pair, but for «. , SY Rif»f#«i
advertising imrposesweare making a special factory price to ™
the rider of only £4.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C. O. D. on
approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented, j
we will allow a caan discount of 5 per centlthereby making the price 54.05 per pair) if you
KOd t- ui.l. CASH WITH OttUhit and enclose this advertisement. You ran no risk in
sending ua an order aa the tires may be returned at OUlt expense If for any reason they are
not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe aa in a
bank. If you order s pair of these tires, you will End that they will ride easier, run faster,
better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We
know that you will oe so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
ygf C want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer.
mm S ur_naß sirrn don’t buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of
W C/C# fVCCI/ ffnCO Hedgct horn Puncture-Proof tires on approval and trial St
the special Introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which
describes and quotes all makes aud kinds t f tires at about half the usual pric es.
.i«siw but write us u postal today. DO NOT THINK OF RUTINO a bicycle
OO ntir TV Ail ora pair of tires from anyone until you know the new aud wonderful
offers we are making. It ouiy costa a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW.
J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO. ILL
An Opportunity for Colorado to Show
Her Loyalty to Utah.
Upon the occasion of the 43d
National Encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic at
Salt Lake City, August 9th to
14th, Salt Lake will undoubtedly
be called upon to entertain the
largest attendance of visitors that
the City has ever known. From
all over the Union will cotne
the hosts of the Grand Army
intent upon meeting their com
radcs, renewing old acquaintances
and seeing the sights of this most
interesting city.
The attendance from Colorado
should be the largest from any
State in the union as our nearness
to Salt Lake City, and the very
low railroad fare offered, makes
the trip both convenient and in
expensive.
Utah will expect Colorado to
send a great rousing delegation,
and this is an opportunity for
Colorado to show her loyalty and
appreciation of Salt Lake City's
securing this great National Con
vention for our Inter Mountain
country.
The Denver & Rio Grande Rail
road has been selected as the of
facial route, and the official “Colo
rado Special” will leave Denver
Saturday, August 7th, at 10:45
a. m , arriving in Salt Lake City
Sunday, August Bth at 4:00 p. m.
Complete arrangements have
been made for the convenience of
comrades living in various parts
of Colorado to join the “Colorado
Special Train” at nearest station
to their homes, thus avoiding the
unnecessary expense of making
an extra trip to reach the starting
point.
Sleeping cars will be located at
several principal points along the
line, and from present indications
the train will be the largest
special train pulling into Salt
Lake City for the National Kn
campment.
The Denver & Rio Grande
Road is sparing no effort or ex
pense to bring up the attendance
to a point that will be a credit to
Colorado and highly appreciated
by our sister State of Utah
For Sale or Trade.
Elegant 9-room and basement
fully modern house in best resi
dence district, Colorado Springs,
Colo.
8-room house, 4 lots, barn, t o
wells, fruit, etc , in good growing
town of 1,800 population in Illi
nois.
10-acre tract in city limits of
the best town in eastern Idaho,
• ounty seat, 1,5J00 ton sugar fac
tory, population 3 500.
Any part or all ol the above fur
l’aonia iruit lands either raw or
improved. Give price and full
particulars in first letter or no at
tention will be paid. Address,
J. J. Mitchell, Owner,
Manitou, Colo.
For Sale at Once.
1 span 1,350 pound gray team 4
and (1 years old; 1 span 1,250 and
1,300 pound gray team, 5 and 0
years old; two f! and 9 year old
saddle horses, 1,100 pounds; one
2 year old fillie. Wagons, harness,
buggies and other implements.
W. T. Mayes.
Red Spruce for Flumes.
We have just received a car
load of red spruce lumber suitable
for building flumes. Nothing bet
ter can be bought.
Gibson-Castei.l Lumbkk Co.
FOlt SALE:—Twenty acres choice
fruit land near Klberta, under
fence; ten acres orchard twenty
Inches of pcn>etual water; $7,000 on
easy terms. Now fs the time to take
advantage of low prices ns prices
will double with the next crop.
1. D. McFaiiiikn.
8 W. S. SWIM 8
. Cement ® Concrete Contractor,
8 8
jH Delta, Colorado j
During the past two eeusonH I have laid a large quantity of
|] walk and basements in Delta, to any of which I refer. 1 solicit Q
A correspondence and will be glad to furnish estimates on application. M
TEETH ARETO MAN
What Hands Are To His Body
EACH tooth haa a duty to perform. Juat aa #»arh flngpr «!<*•*. It'a Impoaaihle to
*«“«* carh and every tooth ami the decay that will destroy the uaefulne** ol one
or more or a great many, hence the Importance of a careful look at your
teeth by truaty exjHTience. If you'll allow me to look ut your teeth, you will gain
some Information that you will never have cauae to regret. It will nave the lowa
of one or more, |mtliii|«. many teeth.
I LET US TAKE A LOOK
DR. A. A. KING, Successor to DR. FARIS,
MONEY LOANED
On Real Estate
LONG TIME EASY PAYMENTS
Reliable Representatives Wanted
THE JACKSON LOAN &. TRUST CO.
FORT WORTH, Texu. JACKSON. MuUuippL
| The Ridgway Club I
| JOHN SYLSTRA, Proprietor. *
i MAILORDER HOUSE! ♦
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♦ Winchester Club. (a|10n.... |l M> 4,
J H Hlfld lire, atrnfght. gallon .... 91 BO
Spring \ allt-> BOWtMM, gallon 9 Li J
( orn Whlakev. gallon f* "..
J BOTTLED IN BOND ±
T Old Tajlor. quart* ft !' X
j* Yellow atone, quart* fl. 7ft ▼
X OuggenbHrocr Itye. quart* 91-7 ft I
X OM Owr par, quart* ... 91 . . -f.
T I. onion Gin, quart* 91 BO ♦
j. Murk berry Brandy, gallon ... 9‘J ftn T
♦ Scotch Whlakey, block and white, quart*... 91-7 ft X
Golden |te«*r, do«*n f.' TB ♦
j. liudwelerr down f T
X * *l*l Virginia Dare Wine, quirt bottle 91 " X
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