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NEW SAMPLES ARRIVED!
My new samples of woolens have just arrived and you should Inspect them before buying that new suit. While 1 make a specialty of fine Custom Made Work, I also take orders for those who wish to buy the cheaper eastern work. The H. M. Marks people are one of the largest and most reliable houses In Chicago, and when your measure Is taken by A Tailor who understands his business, there Is not the slightest risk of a misfit. SUITS $l2 AND UP x Your money refunded if we cannot satisfy you LADIES’ AND 6ENTS’ CLOTHES **• rr/->¥ir» CLEANED AND REPAIRED IVVJIIK. The Merchant Tailor LOCAL ITEMS Welborn's Big Jlolidaij Display. \V. R. McNutt went to Delta Monday morning. George Gallop spent a few days j in Delta this week. We sell a fire insurance policy 1 that assures. Cline & Hufty. Bluford West returned to Delta Wednesday after spending a few days in Paonia. A. E. Smith aud family moved into the Arthur Wade residence on Or.arga Avenue this week. Mrs. F. E. Jones who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home in Denver Tuesday morning. The Studebaker Junior Wagon pleases the children and wears like the big fellows. The Paonia Implement and Feed store. | All kinds of conveyance papers quickly and promptly prepared, abstracts of title furnished on short notice. See C. C. Hawkins. As I have stated before my coupon books are still sold at a 5 per cent, discount for cash Phil Eisenkramer has lots of them at The Peoples Meat Market. The present weather illustrates the skill of the engineer who set the grade for street crossings. The mud on them is a little thin ner and more abundant than else where Harry Cluster who spent a few ’ days last week looking over the country returned to Denver Sun day where he will remain a few weeks and then return and take up his residence on the ranch which he purchased while here. Now that he has laid down the onerous burden of editorial scrap ping, C. T. Rawalt has been cast ing about for something on which he can expend his surplus energy. He thinks if present weather con ditions continue he may consider the expediency of establishing a duck farm or an outdoor aqua rium adjacent to his new resi dence. I C. B. HAMILTON, DENTIST I y ireful Attention Given to all Classes | of Dental Work * Call or Phone for Appointment § IS— 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Co-Op. Phone | ■fice in Kennedy building, Grande Ave. § Under the headline of "The Wis dom of Silence,” the Success Mag azine prin.ts the following story: "The late Judge Silas Bryan, the father of Willian J. Bryan, once had several hams stolen from his smoke house. He missed them at once, but said nothing about |it to any one. A few days later a neighbor came to him. ‘Say, Judge,’ he said, ‘hear'd yew had some hams stole t'other night.’ ‘Yes,’ replied the Judge, very confidentially, ‘but don't teil any one. You and I are the only ones who know it.”’ The Ladies Aid of the Christ iau church met at the home of Mrs. McClure, on Grand Ave., for a social time and to transact some business last Tuesday evening. The next regular meeting will be at her home on Thursday De cember 9th. A room 12x12, 9 feet high will cost you for plaster $28.80, for compo board $37.44. We will seal it up inside with 8 inch boards to receive paper and can vas for $17.28 or sell you the lumber for $ll.OO. Lanhdon & Groves. Miss Alta Beeztey returned home Friday evening from Grand Junction where she has been vis iting her sister Mrs. Wesley Erick son. Miss Betzley has accepted a position with the Booster, be gining her new duties Monday. W. A. Starks and wife, who spent most of last week in l'aonia with relatives, returned to their home in Austin Sunday. The Black Diamond nupe is now ready to sell coal to alf'par ties. Lump coal, mine run coal, nut c< al and slack. Oliver Astoll and wife, who have been here lor several months left on Saturday’s train for Pali sade, Colo. Don't tail to hear the famous BIG 4 Quartet at the Opera house December 10. 28 Miss Cora Moblo, of Peoria, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. S. Meech. Books for Christmas at DUNBAR’S. Advertised In Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 22, 1909. R. A. Gabler, Paonia, Colo., Dear Brother:— Your most appreciated letter recived a few days ago. My fruit arrived today, and I have the jars all washed and polished. Maybe you think they are not a pretty sight. You should see the Oklahoma eyes as they pass in and out, as I am the only one far and wide [who has fruit put up. You will have all my neighbors coming to Paonia from the way they feel now. I cannot express to you in words our greatfulness for that fine box of apples. Everything came 0.K.; not a jar or box bro ken, and cost me just $2.85 for the barrel. Your Sister. Mrs. O.M. Keller Wanted Cow hides, calf hides, either dry or green. I will pay the highest market price. Don’t be afraid to bring your hides to Wood’s Grocery & Bakery, he will pay you what they are worth in cash, i Snyder-Burris Tuesday evening of this week, at the Congregational parsonage, John Snyder, of Crawford, and Mrs. Minnie Burris, formerly o( Crawford, were united in marriage by Rev. G. E. Wood. The newly married couple will reside in Pa onia. Teachers’ Examination The regular Examination of Teachers will be held at the court house in Della. Dec. Hi, 17 and 18 1909. and at Paonia in the Masonic Hall Dec. 1U and 17, and the High School building Dec. 18. 1909. Anderson, County Supt. of Schools, Delta County. 18 Notice. The Annual meeting of the Delta County Cattle Growers' Association will meet in Barrow’s hall, in Hotchkiss, Colorado, on Saturday, December 4th, 1909. Members and all cattle men are requested to be present as an im portant letter from the Forest Service, by Acting Chief of Graz ing, will be r -ad This will con cern all wh • ru.i cattle on the Forest Reserve Sheriff’s Sale. By virtue of nn execution Iwiued out of aud wilier the eenl of the IMatrlct Court In nrnl for t lie County f Delta no<l Htdlte of Colo nolo, ti|min n Jmlgnieut rnulrwl anil <lork rted In lhe mill I court on tlirlßHh «li»y of Sep tember. 11109. In mi notion wherein The lilile- Isentient Jaumlter Company, a corporation. i plitlntlff nml htirrh of CThrlut of Paonia. Colorado, In «!•fendnnt. la f«vor of the eald plaintiff, ami fit ilnet the mild defendant, for the Minn 98. whleli execution wim dl retted and dell«ered to me ax sheriff la and for Haiti CountV of Delta. I have levied upon all the right, title mid Interest of the Hnld tie fend ant. the church off’brief of I'aonln Colo rado, la anti to the following deacrllsed real property, to-wit: Ltita No. 1. 2 anti Ji IlliH-k No. I of llalej’e Addition to the town of I'aonln. Colorado. Ami notice In hereby given that I. the un •lendgned, the * terlff of mUd Delta County. Colorado, will ell the above deecrilsed real property to Irigheat bidder for rneh at nubile auction, at the «’ o urt Ilouee In the City of Delta In the Count v of Delta aud elate of Colorado, on the 4th day of December, 11*01#. at two o'clock p. m. of that day to eatlefy the eald execution, together with the Intereet and coet thereon Dated thle 12th. day of November, 1901#. I. H. Wilma Me. Sheriff of Dell-** County, Colo. First publication November fifth. (.net publication l>ecemlser, flrd. Notice of Execution Sale. ruhllc notice U hereby given that under anti by virtue of a certain writ of execution iseued out of the county court of Delta county, Colorado, on the let tiny of October, 1909. In a certain ranee therein pending lu which the Fniitland Irrigation Company wne plaintiff and Oran T. fleeter wae de fendant commanding me to make of the Innde and tenement* of eald defendant the earn of sM4.Jill and fll.ftO coete. I have levied upon the following described real estate of enid defendaul. to-wlt: I.ot three (.*1) and the Mouth half of the northwest quarter (south V 4 northwest V») of section two (2) township fourteen, (14) south of range ninety-one, (1*1), west of the sixth I*. H„ in Delta rouuty, Colorado. And that I will sell said land to satisfy said Judgment at public auction at the south front door of the court house In the city of Delta, Delta county Colorado, on the 18th day of December. 1901*. at the hour of one o’clock In the afternoon, for the highest and best price the same will bring In cash, and out of the proceeds of said sale satisfy said Judgment, costs anil all expenses of sale. Dated at Delta, Colorado, November 211 li 1909. I. 11. Williams. Sheriff of Delta County Colorado, First Public nt loti Nov. 20. 1909 Last Publication. Dee. IT, 11*09 j The Peoples Meat Market [ ♦ la the Moat Reliable Market in the City. I ♦ We handle all kinds of Freah Dressed Meats, J j Produce, Lunch Goods, Smoked and Salt | I Meats. Your Patronage is Kindly Solicited. t ? t t $ | Come in and See t 1 OUR LINE OF GOODS FOR YOURSELF | ! | | PHIL EISENKRAMER, Prop. i I i is. com ituj Jayd, £Ut£e souß/mcu d andLJomz (m&AMzftul AftingJ cVvl An ml. home£o\ i ei~ : you eon do nothings you eon give no ptesent to youl good vtifte that vhCC please he\ so mu eft as to five hei money to go to oul stole and Suy Some ft u>miXu\e tend lugs ol dlap e\ies ftok hel home. ift you do this U vti££ Se getting Something that thirt hoCe ftami&y vtiit enftoy. you too ake paltoft the ftami^y mis. homeCovel do you uot tfish Some oft these things f is not this Suggestion ftoi a ehiistmas good l? youbs fau/y^ independent ftumitule eo. Above we Illustrate the set of dishes we are furnishing our subscribers. Wc invite nil our lady friends to cnll und examine these goods. They are worth three times what they coKt Is the general verdict of good judges.