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FOR ALL THE FAMILY j |j rr of the Family to know that Father, Mother, Sister :if es. The “Our Family” is the Strongest Line of Box fijf ufacturer on Earth. It is a “Star Brand' r line—you |&§ TTER" and that the manufacturers, Roberts, Johnson i star on the heel to be honest through and through. st be right. LOCAL ITEMS M iss Helen Hlackstock, of Gun nison, is the guest of Mrs. Mack Davis. Ladies—You can always get a nice lunch at the Chapman bakery. Ray Akin came in from Gunni son Monday to work during the fruit season. Misses Lucy Hatch and Kthel Carter attended the Teachers' In* stituc at Delta this week. Thos McKee and wife and Os car Lee and family* were camp ing in Hubbard park th*s week. Arthur Standish, of Delta, was in town the latter part of the week on business connected with the Colorado Telephone Co. Low tourist rates are now in ef fect to California. Washington and Oregon points, tickets on sale daily, good for return until October 31st Mr. and Mrs Robert Rockwell and little son returned home from New York Thursday* evening. Mrs. Rockwell has been there visiting with her parents t r some time. You may be sorry if you buy your wall payer without having seen my samolc book*. I have the stock on hand K< member the name L. C. l ump, painter an J paperhangcr. It is doubtful »f the old soldiers will ever have an *th**r chance to attend a Nafonal Kncanpment of the Grand Auuv at *o low cost as this ' ear. We **»rrere|y hope that m st of our o! t t*»»vs| will take it in atrial of this famous WILL MAKE YOU A -PHP|r> WALTER BREWING CO. P " EBl °- Cll °' .. Mrs. E. M. Staley left here for , Delta Thursday where she was joined by her brother Miles North ! ana wife, of Pueblo, from there | they went to Grand Junction where Mr. Forth will attend to business matters and then they will join a party of friends and go camping for a week or two. We were very sorry to hear of the death of the infant son of Mr and Mrs Frank Cline on Tuesday evening The bereaved parents have the sympathy of a host of friends. Mrs M A. Stone and her daughter, Miss Wilma, of Grand Junction, arrived the first of the week and expect to make an ex. tended visit. W F. Wade was the winner of the fine riding bridle which was raffled off by W. H. Alexander at the shooting gallery this week. 43' j was the lucky number Headquarters for Lawn Ten nis Goods. Correct equipment at proper prices. The Max ville Book and Stationery Store. For Trade:—A bicycle or sew ing machine. Will trade for any thing of use on the farm. Some bees arc wanted. Mrs. A. A. Clements and chil dren caine in from Ord, Nebr, last Friday evening to join Mr. Clements. W D. Nelson, of Ccdaredge was transacting business in Pao nia Wednesday. Wanted:— Good milch cow. Phone or call at this office. "Her First Biscuits,” at the Gayety. Wanted:—Team work B. Pi. Yates. Paonia. The Oliver is the only “Fool Proof" typewriter on the market. Mrs. M. Hawkey moved from her ranch to her town residence this week. For Sale: —An Underwood Typewriter in perfect condition at this office. Billie Hopkins, the Crawford Chronicle editor, was a Paonia business visitor Thursday Rev. 1. N Parvin and wife, of ( Crawford, were guests of Rev. and Mrs. R N. Smith Tuesday. The Newspaper force were treated to a box of fine early peaches this week which was cer tainly appreciated. Many thanks to Victor p'eldmann for same. H. F. Welborn left for Little Rock, Wash . Thursday morning : where he will join his family and jfrom there they expect to go to the Seattle Exposition before re ! turning home. A telegram was received from Clinton Oliver Thursday to the effect that all the arrangements for the big Apple Show to be held in Denver were complete and that the show is a sure thing. Second Annual Colorado Inter state Fair and Exposition, Den ver, Colo. For this occasion a fare of $14.80 for the round trip will be made, tickets on sale Sept. 12 to 17 inclusive, limited for re turn to Sept. 20th. Pullman fare for the San Juan excursion will be $2.50 for a double berth from Delta and it would be wise to make reserva |tions in advance. Tourist sleeper rates will be $1.25 from Delta for a double berth and the accommo dations are practically the same, as the standaid Pullman. Dr. F. A. Post, Optician will be in Paonia on Saturday, Aug. 7th, and the following Monday and Tuesday. Errors of refraction corrected, frames and eyeglasses properly fitted and adjusted. Those needing Bifocals will be greatly pleased with the famous Kryptok lenses. Have your eyes tested and be relieved of that eye strain. Annual Convention State Fed eration of Women's Clubs, Lead ville, Colo. Tickets will be on sale Sept. sth and Gth, limit for return Sept. 13th, at rate of $12.15 via Grand Junction, and $13.80 via Salida. No stop-over allowed. Denver Colo , Annual Meeting Masonic Bodies, Sept. 20 to 23. For this occasion tickets will be on sale Sept. 20, 21, 22, 23, and limited for return to include Sept. 23, at rate of sl4 80 round trip. John McN'aughton left Friday , morning for Duluth, Mich , where he will spend a few days and from there he expects to go to Strat ford, Canada, to visit relatives for a while. Roland Swan and wife came in from Washington last Friday night and will visit with relatives and friends for a while, but they do not expect to make their home here Miss Dessa Fuller arrived from Arkansas this week to visit with her brother and sister, Mr. Fuller and Mrs. O'Bannon. Miss Hazle Stratton spent this week with her father on their ranch above Terror creek. R. D. Gilbert, of Grand Junc tion. was a Paonia visitor last Tuesday. We sell a fire insurance policy that assures. Cline & Hufty. W. T. Cook, of Paris, 111., ar rived in Paonia last evening. Send The Newspaper east. Ten acrew, all In cultivation, only one mile from town. Cheap. See 0. C. Hawkins. HORSE COLLAR SEINSE E. A. Linkletter, was up from Delta Friday on business. I. D. McFADDEN, attorney an& Counselor at i e law. g Will practice Id State and Federal Court* PAONIA. COLO. J. Hunt. ; > SURVEYOR > Co-op. Phone 10-F' Paonia. Colo. j ■ " ——— ■ Slogans tab* FREE Sewing Mach i n e runs lighter than any other. tab* FREE lasts longer than any other. tSb*FREE is more beautiful than any other. tab* FREE has less vibration than any other. •6b* FREE is easier to operate than any other. I Tab* FREE makes a more y erfeet stitch than any ether. tab* FREE is the best of all com bined m one. EREE SEWING MACHINE CO. CHICAGO ll ILLINOIS FOR SALE BY INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO.