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THE BIG STORE
's' \ You people who are buying Shoes, Dry Gocds, Ready-to-wear Goods and Every , * thing that is Good to Eat are enti tled to know a few things about this business. No store in this town was ever more favorably acknowledged or more generously patronized than this. You evidently like our methods. We know you like our goods. Walk-over, Krippendorf, Ferris, Hammond, Buck ingham and Hecht Shoes; Marshall-Field Special lines of Dry Goods; Palmer line of Ladies’ Coats and Suits. Our mer chandise is all here at your service and for your benefit. We are not giving you any 5 per cent discount but we can save you 20 per cent. Your credit is good here. - LV/kamwwM/tii U>\ LOCAL ITEMS .Yeti' Book*. jn*t out. in llW born'e Circulatin* Libninj \V. K McNutt returned home | Saturdtyfrom a business trip inj western Kansas. Miss Dcssa Fuller is spending the week with Mrs. Win. Hop I kins in Crawlord. Mts. Morgan P. Conway left I Friday morning for her home in Colorado Springs. J. W. Hcczley is very busy these days installing the in a chincry for his saw mill on Coal creek. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vincent arc the elated parents of a hand some son who arrived at their home in Cortez, the first ot the week. All the Best Coal At the Conine Barn you can get either Black Diamond or Farmer’s Bank Coal. Both kinds constantly on hand, delivered promptly. Prices will be right whether roads are good or bad. T.B. CONINE Prof. E. It. Iltitty, Prcsiden* of | j the School Hoard, this week made i the High School a present cf| about fifty reference books, f r S which the pupils gave him a . hearty vote of thanks. Mrs Dr Morris, daughter ot J M Hurkart, came in from Den- I ver Thursday evening and will 1 visit for a short time Ihe Hiaclc Diamond mine is j j now ready to sell roal to all par- ■ nut coal and slack. ■ Mr and .Mrs. S Fisher returned home last evening from Ilotch kiss where they have been visit ing relatives • The Canning Factory want' I good cull apples, 15 New designs in wood to burn at DUNBAR’S. J. F. Carninc spent Thursday in Hotchkiss. Klenita Fisk captured the $1 ‘ 1 prize in the local box thi*> «tv> "The (loose (iirl .” The nnr .Mr (•rath book. In II 'elborn's circu lating library. Mrs. C G. Car thers and family returned to Grand Junction Thursday morning Examine the l tah Lay-off and Pulveriser at the Implement store. E. P. Balc*. W. D. Nelson, of Cedaredge. came in Thursday to look after business matters and visit friends For Sai k—-A 1 l-acre fruit farm with uater right Will be sold cheap if taken at once. Apt ly The Newspaper office. Mrs Jay Crawford left for Chicago Sunday morning Jay accompanied her as far as Denver returning Tutelav evening Mrs. Homer 1! oker and bain came in from Crawford Wednes day and arc visiting Mrs. Hooker’s i sister, M rs. \V W Borum ■—— Mrs. Clinton O-iver returned to , Denver Thursday morning aftei a week spent here with her par ents, Mr and Mrs. E. R. Morgan With every cash purchase of SIO.OO we will sell 20 lbs. of sugar for SI.OO. The McClenathan Mercantile Co. Mrs. Alice Farmer was the vic tim of quite a serious accident this week. While out driving, her horse became frightened by John Bruce's automobile and ran away. Mrs Farmer was thrown from the carriage and broke one of her ribs. Miss Alice Hill, formerly con nected with Tiik Newspaper office, went over to Crawford Wednesday evening to help out on the Chronicle during the ab sence of Editor Hopkins. As 1 have stated before my coupon books are still sold at a •*» per cent, discount tor cash Phil Kiscnkramer has lots of them at The Peoples Meat Market. Miss Flossie Waite left for her home in Esbon, Ks , Thursday after spending the summer here E Drake this week sold his resilience in east Paoma to W R. Lamm. Consideration $1,500. TTTTVTTT V T VT-.-T TTVTVT . ▼ V ▼ .'▼VTVT VTVt A Paonia Livery & Transfer Barn • LEVI HOCKETT, Prop. First Class Rigs at Reasonable Rates Commercial Men Given Special Attention, also Transferring a Specialty -i* -I-.-'-.-!-.-!-.-;-.-;- .4- .-t,.-I.' Harmony perfumes only at DUNBAR’S. Garret Sipma, of Crawford, was over Tuesday of this week trans acting business with Nelson Hros Sidney Dawes was unfortunate enough to slightly crush his foot Wednesday It got caught be tween the fruit rack and the wheel ot the wagon. There will be an Educational Rally in the Christian church next Tuesday evening There will be music by the band and short speeches F.very friend of education is invited and urged to attend. On account of the illness ot Rev. Hester. Rev. C. G. Stout will fill the pulpit in the Christian church Sunday, morning and evening. The Christian Eri deavor w ill also hold special ser vices. Everyone cordially in vited to attend these services.