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ITomorrow|| Satmrday 11
Is the Last Day of 1 THE BIG SALE I Crowds Have Flocked the Store Every Day Since the Sale Began on the (| 7th and Have Carried Away Thousands of Dollars Worth of Goods. IS Hundreds of Splendid Bargains W Await the People for Saturday and We are Prepared with a Large Force of Clerks to Wait on You. smm This is the Last Chance to Buy Seasonable Goods with the 1 PRICES CUT AND SLASHED 1 Xg Until only the Small Change is asked for them. We promised that this should be the Greatest |K W* Sale ever heard of in Paonia and We Have Kept Our Word. Come in Tomorrow, Saturday, and SR See the Final day of this Stupendous Price Cutting and See the Crowds Carry Away the Goods. 11l H THE MILLER MERCANTILE CO. 1 PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. Waller came up from Delta on business Saturday. Wn>. Tuttle and wife of Maher w ere !*aoma visitor* yesterday. H.C. Waffle came in trom Law rence, Kansas, Thursday eveninc- Miss Bessie Wiliey of Somerset was shopping in Paonio Thurs- ( day. Thomas l’aulos of Delta was a Paonia visitor the first of the I week. F. G. Ketchum. who has been the guest ol Wm Smith left Mon day morning for hie home in Kansas. Miss Katherine Lund came in from Denver on Wednesday even ng's flyer to visit her mother and brother. Arthur Standish.an employee of the Colorado telephone company, returned to Delta Saturday after a tew w eeks of business in Paonia. Miss Kdna Mcßride left Tues day morning for her home in Rifle. Colo. Miss Kdna was one of out High sdhool graduates this year Mr- Guy McCoy and little son ol Crd.iredge. who have been vis iting with Mrs. McCoy's aunt and uncle, W. T. Bross and wile re turned home Monday. W. J. Carnine and wife returned Monday evening from Grand junction, where they were called the first ol last week by the illness of their daughter in-law, who died last Thursday evening of appendicitis. THE PAONIA MARKET J. C DOWDELL, Prop. The very beat Freah and Salt Meata, Lard, Canned and Luncheon Gooda. Freah Fruits in Seaaon VISIT OUR STORE NEXT DOOH TO OATITYRk, LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Mrs. K H Fluallcn went to Somerset Thursday to visit her husband. Theo Roebcr war» a business visitor to the county *eat Satur day last. Harvc Sart. road overseer ol the Hotchkiss district, was :n our valley Sundav. A. Louis and wife left Saturday morning after spending a week in Paonia. Mr. Louis engineered the big sale at the Miller Mer caniile company’s store. Mesdames H. L. Hussorg and Laves. Misses Louise Klatt. Win I me Wheeler and Pauline Bcmis were outgoing passengers on Monday’s train for Greeley, Colo., where they will attend a short session of the summer school. The recital given at the opera house Tuesday evening by Misses Lula Kpen and Kthel Avise, as sisted by Miss Sadie McLean, who gave a number of piano sc lections, was highly entertaining and well rendered to a small, but very appreciative audience, George Young the 16 year old son of Mrs. Jarvis, met with a very serious accident Thursday morning. He was an employee at the Nelson tiros, saw mill, on Hubbard creek, and while running the box saw he caught his left hand, mangling two of his fingers so badly that it was necessary to have them amputated. CITY BUSINESS Paonia. Colorado. June 21, 1910 The Board of Trustees >( the Town of Paonia. Colorado, met in regular seas ion on the above data and vas called to order by the mayor. On roll call the following reajHjnded;- Mayor Nelson. Trustees;* Hawkins. Hufty, Bryant, Baker and Caste!!. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Petitions of the property owners on Main Ave. north of .id St. asking for a four inch water main was read and referred to the water committee. Petition of J. F. Wakefield for a re newal of his license on the pool room was read and on motion duly seconded was granted. The water committee reporter! they had Mr. Shallenbergejr go over the i specifications with them anti they find ] them approximately correct. On motion duly seconded the clerk was in . struct**! to advertise for bids for ex ! cavating, for furnishing the cement, sand and gravel, according to specifica tions, delivered on the ground. Will consider bids on any one or all. all to be under the direction of a superintendent, to be employed by the town, he to bl under the direction of the water com mittee. The town reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Putting in the material to be done by days work. The water committee recommended that the town lease the Wannemaker reaervoir for one year at a rental of one hundred dollars. On motion duly seconded the lease was ordered execut ed. The street and alley committee re- i ported that they did not believe thai . the proportions of sand gravel, and ; cement were sufficient in the street and alley crossings. On motion duly second ed they were instructed to confer with the town attorney. ;ind if -they find the ordinance defective, to prepare an amendment and present it at the next meeting. On motion duly seconded the marshal was ordered to collect all water rents according to ordinance. If the water rents are not paid by the 10th of the month the water must be shut off. He was also ordered to make a convass of the town and find out all who are use inp water and what they use it for. On motion duly seconded the attorney was instructed to prepare an ordinance numbering all the lota in town, and that all owners be required to place numbers on their building*. No other buaineaa appearing the meeting adjourned subject to the call of the mayor. Attest. J. H Hill, Recorder. CutlNCt Numd, Meyer. THE CAYETY MRS. H. B. FRENCH, Prop. Mr/ : g Pictures, Illustrated Songs Friday and Saturday Program IN THK GREAT NORTHWEST:—Dramatic IN THK SEASON OF BUDS;—Comedy Drama ILLUSTRATED SONG ~Sweet Star of Love” Two Shows Nightly 8:00 and 9:00 p. m. \ Oc Only 1 Oc C. C. VOLK PLASTERING CONTRACTOR Bath Room Tiling a Spciaity Let M© Figure With Vou All Work Guaranteed The .3est Residence Bros? House CO-OP PHONE Black 922 COLO PHONE NO. 31 1 It's a Worthy Effort I For parents to assist the health of children's teeth. The im portanee of gixxl teeth, strong teeth and healthy teeth usually does not concern children. The proper time to begin to save teeth, is u-hen decay begins and thus preserve the desirable elements of real teeth. Children, who groic to be men and u-omen.twililbe glad for the advice and alterations I have given'lthem while young Call today with that son .1 talk about good teeth will be more interesting than his talk about pain. | A. A. KING, Dentist | SEND THE NEWSPAPER EAST.