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BELONGS TO THE BIG STORE WHERE YOU ALWAYS FIND BARGAINS LOCAL ITEMS Christ was J'rr/'nmrs liftlitcetl Stifitnltitf *it M ' Kl.lit l li. \ ,s'. Ounn'son Wirrgrass. Timothy, Mixed Hay and First-C-tting ALFALFA at the Association. Have you settled the hay ques tion yet? It not. peihaps the Noith Fork Association can help you. Tne Peoples Meat Market handles and sells tlir best o( meats and produce Come and try my lines. Pun. Kisenkramkk. Prop. South Cheyenne canon, a scenic attraction ol the Pikes Peak region was offered lor sale to Col orado Springs in 1873 by Maj ir Henry McAllister tot SIOOO. The offer was refused. The park com mission is negotiating lor the canon which is now held at $217, 600. an increase of 21,750 per cent in 30 years, about 000 per cent per annum. Would it not be well for l’aonia to buy soon what may be needed tor a park so as to save the unearned increment? ' Who Will Be Colorado's Apple Queen? j Cut out this coupon, fill in name and send to THE " NEWSPAPER and it will count as ? FIVE VOTES tor representative for the Colorado National Apple (Exposition and candidate lor Queen. | For Miss This contest is good for any lady living in this county. | jj^Contes^ closes at noon December 25th. J L C Stump renewed the sad news this week ot the sudden death ol his father at Bannister, Mich , the 17th, one weak before his ss h birthday anniversity Christmas presents were on the way, also a post card shower to cheer his heart and help in mak ing his birthday holiday season more enjoyable- but too late. The best recommendation that any vehicle can have, the strong est guarantee that it will give tor its purctase ptice, is the tact that it is a Studebaker, for sale by I‘akkek Balch. Mtss Nellie Edwards was ab sent from the Colorado Telephone office a couple of days this week on account of the illness of her mother, Miss Maymc Taylor fillirg the vacancy. One of our subscribers, Mr. R E. Love, Madison, Tenn., reports that the weather is very cold there with some snow. A. Dillon came in from W’yom mg last evening to spend Christ mas with his family. Hitt Discount, •'•tit tnlat/at II 'KLBOK.\~S. Get your Abstract ot Title from C. C. Hawkins. Bargain Counters Tuesday DUNBAR’S. Geo. Biglow eft the latter part ot the week lor Owendale, Mich . where lie will spend the remain mg winter months Don’t let the Hay question worry you. just let me know how much you want, I can furnish it Pakkek Balch. C. T. Hawaii am! wife left on Tuesday morning tor Gunnison where they will visit triends for a few days. Mrs K.iwalt will then make a visit to her mother in Sar gent. Nebr . from which place she will go to the N itional Apple Show at Denver where she will meet .Mr. Hawaii who will have been in Denver since leaving Gun nison. After the Apple Show they will depart lor Buckeye, Texas, where their 'on, Verne, located. It i< their plan to stay tor the winter in Texas and re turn to l’aonia in the spring when they will complete iheir fine brick residence and make their home here for a while at least Aftci C. T. has worked with the pro* motors of the Apple Show a week or two we predict that when he has made comparison 1 etween Delta county and other sections that will be there with their pro ducts and people, he will be more j firmly convinced than ever the country for him and his is l’aonia and that he will aid in bringing ! ( eopU of energv and means to I in the Western Slope ol Colorado ‘ the capacity of land agent. /At AGENT FOR p O LIBBY CUT GLASS For if* All Holiday goods and V* A novelties at absolute cost f r .f * all next week. Lift ALSO Excellent bargains in Cut TT::: clock* UNI! Solid Silver Thimbles np.rr with 1 5 Cents Children’s Solid Gold .. , , Rings, 60 cents tie that retiatM |_>. c curtis msmbJ Th« Paooia Jeweler Messrs Bertram Nielson, this season employed by the Surface Creek bruit Association at Austin as bookkeeper and stenographer, and Joe M\z>ki. employed by the same firm, spent last evening in l’aonia. 1 hey departed for Den ver on this morning’s train where they will spent] the winter. Tom Hatch returned Saturday night from C dorado coll eg?. C d* orado Springs, to spend his v tca tit'll with his folks. Ji't.v Taper mray Doirn tit If''el bow ’s >’a tit rday. IMPROVING RFAIITV PERSONAL DCAU ■ —- ■ * * That's what your doing when giving your teeth proper at tention. ./ decayed or lost tooth mars a certain amount of attractiveness. IT'S EASILY REPLACE The increasing popularity of delighted customers isZon evidence of my increasing business. MAKE a CALL at once. A. A. KING, Dentist ''fititrita tf Spet ini at n -ELBORJSS Walter Harrison was a Delta j business visitor Monday. Mulford t’lewes, ot I’ltkin, came in Tuesday evening from that place to spend the holidays with his parents, who recently returned here. J. A Bunker and wife returned home from Denver Saturday after a short visit in that city. Mrs. Bunker has been visiting friends i.i the east for some time.