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Frank Black returned to Ills home In the hills Tuesday. For sore throa t Wel born*B astri n - gent gargle. T. H. Thurman was down from the hills last Sunday. E. T. Maikka of Bowie visited In Paonla last Monday. Chester Eaton returned to his home in Bowie Tuesday. Clem Mays of Stewart mesa visited In Hotchkiss last Friday. JSm oke in eat with H "righ t's Smoke at II h LHORA -v Clyde Burkart and wife visited with friends in Hotchkiss last Sun day. Eugene Felson went up to the saw mill last Saturday to hjkmhl a few days Mrs. .1. C. Arthur of .Montros* j sjsMit a couple of days in town thisj week. James Holman cniue over from Crawford yesterday with a bunch «»' horses. Stop •’nn g/t in g. II "elborn's Con gh Syrup 25c. <». E Wood returned home from his business trip to I’ullsade early in the week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cady arrived home from Gunnison last Sunday evening. John I. Martin returned home this week from Hotchklas after n few days' stay. James Lewi*, who has l»een here on business returned to Ids home In Victor Tuesday. Frank Mlckley returned to his bus iness In Chicago Tuesday, after a few days' stay In our valley. Contains no opiates If 'elborn \s Cough Syrup. J. A. Spencer of San Francisco, Calif. s|»eut a couple of days In our city this week on business. Judge A. K. Amsbar.v will la* In Paonla next week sitting as referee to adjudicate water rights. Mrs. Adams of Crawford returned to her home last Friday, after a few days' visit with relatives here. If “el born *M H rail ah e I *on iters— e/l'eetire. David Morely of Washington ar rived In Paonla Inst Friday evening and Is a guest nt the IK*Woody home. F. C. Bntekinnn and wife of Han son mesa. Ilotchk'ss w»*re gu«*sts nt the John Itoth home In Paonla last Sunday. The tickle in the thnxit II "elhorn % Jtronchiat Cough Remeity. Harold Kelly, who was looking after business matters here, returned to bis Montrose the first of the w eek. W'elttarn's Colt/ Re me* l y —si/r tnui snre. Henry Wilcox returned tolitshoine In Ihuiver Tuesday morning, after n short visit with his brother George on Bone mesa. c. F Angell, secretary of the County Y M <’. A. was In town tin first of the week 111 the Interests of that organisation, Floyd Itoblnson, who has s|K*nt u couple of weeks visiting with Ills brother Earl at Crawford, returned to his home here Tuesday. L. A. Rhodes and wife arrived In Paonla from Norwood the first of the week to h|m*ihl some time \islt lug with relatives and friends. A. ('. Willis returned to his home here Saturday, after a two week* stay on Bone mesa, where he has tieen bulldhig a house for Fred Beets*. Ralph Breeden, son of Mrs. R. <». Breeden, a memlter of our High whool faculty, arrived In Paonla last Friday evening from Evanston, 111. Nl. A. Davis, road overseer of this, district, was *» passenger to Denver on Wednesday morning's train, where la* will attend the good roads convention. Mrs. E. Sleinmer. sister of Dr. Elizabeth Newcomer, arrived In Pa onla the first of the week for a ten days' visit. She was accompanied by her son Francis, who will attend school here the remainder of the winter. J. W. Walton and wife delight fully entertained at a bridge par ty at their home on German mesa last Monday evening. During the course of the evening a toothsome luncheon was served and all guests reported a pleasant evening. Mile. Romanowski in Concert Mile. Felicia Romanowski, un der auspices of the local V. M. C. A., will give a concert here next Friday evening, the 29th. Mile. Romanowski has appeared in opera and concert in the most discriminating cities of the old world ajid America, and her beau tiful soprano has won her lasting tame and fast friends wherever she has appeared She will un doubtedly draw a fine audience in Paonia, as it is seldom that we get a chance to hear music of this class interpreted by a real artist. County Y. M. C. A. Notes Eeonurd Baird’s class of Delta en joyed a contest rabbit hunt last week. 'l'he defeated side treated the wln ers. Sixteeu boys met lit Austin last Friday night for Bible study and a good time. 'l’he classes In Paonla are growing. The traveling librarian for Craw ford and Ced&redge have arrived. The Colorado State convention to discuss the religious needs of men and boys will t»e held at Fort Collins Feb. 8-11, among the sjieakers of na tional reputation who are to l>e pre sent, are Clarence A. Barbour of New York, E. \\\Peck, Minneapolis,A. G. Kneble of New York, A. J. EUiottand i. E, Brown of Chicago. The i Men and Religion) campaign for next year will be discussed. A dinner for county workmen will be held Feb. 7th which will be a conference with professors of the agricultural college for the de velopement of rural manhood. Dunbar’s cough syrup stops that cough. Warren E. Taylor is spending this week in Denver. Clarence Edwards went to Som erset yesterda> to help put up ice. Ten «ere*, all in cultivation, only one mile from town. Cheap. See P, C. lIiWIISI. C T Bettle of Albia. lowa is ague-tatthe G-. E. Wood home up the river this week. Wm 1* S Cattell left for Fort Collin, the first of the week in the interests ot the Farmer's Union. Good toilet soaps at DUNBAR’S W. K. l.amb was a passenger the first ol the week for Farming ton. N. M . for a short visit. Messrs. John Tj. Curtiss and Abner McKee of I‘itkin mesa were visitors to Hotchkiss Tues day. Rexall cold tabs cure a cold, sold by DUNBAR’S Geo. O. Blake, lawyer anti notary public, now has lit* office with the NewspajKT. 23 tf Write Frank H. Dutton, proprietor of the Standlsh Hotel, lH*nver, Colo., and he will tunll you full and com plete Instructions on "How to Save Money.” All correspondence an swered promptly and cheerfully. Arthur DcWoody is confined to his home in cast Paonia this week with a badly sprained ankle. Fresh candies at DUNBAR’S Noah Koatcap. accompanied by his uncle John Koatcap, left tor Denver this morn ng to attend the stock s how. The Bird & Hamilton real es tate firm have moved their office to Grande avenue in the building formerly occupied by Mrs. Yates. Clarence Nelson returned home Irom Omaha. Nebr. and other points, where he has been visit ing and attending to business matters. Wc sell a fire insurance policy that assures. Cline & Hufty. Aren't you going to the box social to be given by the League at Crook's hall tomorrow, Satur day evening? Of course you are. A good time assured. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Orth, who have been visiting lor s-rvcral weeks at the home of Mrs. Orth's parents, A A. Ebcrsol’s on Bone inesa, returned to their home in Denver Monday morning. F'rom Sunny California quietly comes the woid that on Valcn tire’s Day Miss Nell Edwards \ will bid farewell to a life of single blessedness. Louie Johnson, who has spent several fruit seasons in i our valley, is the man in the case. MERLE D. VINCENT | ATTORNEY AT LAW. loans Paonia, Colorado I. D. McFADDEN,- attorney an& Counselor at e Xaw % Will practice In Mtate anti Fetleral Court* PAONIA. COLO. L. R. SHALLENBERGER CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER Co-op IMioue Xo. 72F Offlct* Opposite I*. O. TOWN ENGINEER Retfitlet.ee 323 Poplar Ave , PAONIA J. Hunt. SURVEYOR a* Co-op. Phone 10-F* Paonia. Colo. A. D CATTERSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON- Spcclal Httentlon given to Eye, Ear, Nose anti Tliroftt Glasses Pitted Co-op Phone. In Both Residence and Office Office Third Street. Opposite Newspaper Office C. B. HAMILTON, Dentist Careful Attention Given to all Classes of Dental Work Call or Phone for APPOINTMENT HOURS—6 m. to 5 p. m. Offic e in KENNEDY BUILDINO CO-OP PHONE Grantlt* Avenue 1 APPLICATION* FOR GRAZING HER HITS— NOTICE to hereby glvet that all U |, plication* for |>erinlta to rrn»- c.ittle anti Imar. av'.thln the U1NN1SON NATION AI. KOItKST <turinK tin* M'aami of 11*11 ahouhl l.r Bled in us oflier at Uunl* rn I on or before Man b 11. 11*11. 1 . informa tion lu regard to the grant.g fit-* to tie charge*!, and hlauk form*- to l» ii—! in mak ing application, «U1 l*e furiii»n«-l ;|io.i re |invt. W.R. KltEI TZEK, Forwt' pervlaor. • I lR-tfS-.'to-Jan «1M Notice of Sheriff's Sale NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN. That by s Irtue of a Special Kurailun or I.len Kore- I douu*. kowd OUt < f the oil f tiic •'lerk • d Slx l»t*tr1< t Court of IHtn • r*unty. Colo rado, under a decree of aahl ca rt. duly made ami entered therein. ami t rnr illrrrtal. whml'T I am rommnm1r<] to make the *um • if t«" thouiaml right hiimln : ami thirteen dollar*. (f2*»lM.tH»i and co#t» of ault. the amount of a certain Jualgment recently ob tained. In *nlil niurt. aga.net s. K. Redman and Mary J. Ildman. and In favor of K. K. Morgan, out of the lamia In -aid decree and hereinafter diwrrllH-d. to a It I The loutheuet quarter of tbe eontheaet . 1 quarter «»f the marthenat .narter and the; L northeaet *juarter « f the nortbeaat quarter j of the aontheaat quarter f aectlon fifteen i 1 1", i tn tot* uabip fourteen «14.* aouth. of j range ninety-two (!*.’ \%e»t of the alith principal meridian, a -i t g twenty a< r»-» more or lee*: ntan the a-. ..rr.eaat quarter of ; t bm nort li W eat qu M | two . i»lf. • 111 t.-UT- IP aunt! ! of range ninet> tu o *•.•_ .* eet of the etith I 1 principal m< ridlm :ng forts acn». I more or lew. alao llft«t »! m-» nf the capl I ' with all dit- right*, wnter I | ami mater right* llim ta*-longlng or In anr wise appertaining Sow THERETO!:! conllng ««> said I 1 command anal deer*a . I u • n|naa- fair aale. I , at pawn unction, and - ill tac right, title. interact anal claim of t; a a- minted S K ’ ICealman and Mary J • >n In anal tat the I i above deecfibed propert > r »o much there I , of n» may lie nerenanrt t »atl*f_v *ald fudg . ment. future*!, ratal*. coat* ami rtin niv* of mnklng thi* mt|> n \| day, the 2«al das of January A. I*. 11*11 t •• o’clock p tri at the aouth front alo f the county court honne. in theelty of I*. the County of l*elta and State of Con r o. 1 Hateal at Delta In e.i county and atnte tlila 2Hal dnr «»f Decent l>rr A I*. 11*1**. I 11 W11, Id A MS* Slit-r1f‘ I l*elta Cat,, Colai. Itaater A Stona- At: • e» aa fair I’lnllltlfT. Klrat publication Ih- I’aonla. Colo j l.nat publication Jan. The Christian Church Will Burn Its Mortgages i - Meetings are successful and ■ good interest being manifested ! with several already added to the • church Sunday. January 15th will be a great day in the religious ’ interests of I’aonia. for at the . evening services the old mort gages, liens and judgments are to be buriea and a> this is tJ be a ,• jubilee meeting we are inviting all the churches and the general pub . lie to participate We hope to - have a great chorus and have re quested all the singers in town to join the chorus for the evening. A full slatement of the results l’ ot the year's canvass will be made j and every citizen of the valley : should be glad to live in a county 1 where snch responses are possible. The meetings will continue ac r cording to the interest taken but no doubt they will continue lor . another week. 1 Special prices on flour and . cracked corn. C. C. Owen. I THE PEOPLE’S MEAT MARKET I Is Headquarters J FOR GOOD MEATS! And in addition to our supply of meats which includes every- v 2 thing in that line, we handle fish, oysters, vegetables v 2 fruits of all kinds both foreign and domestic. 9 2 WE CAN ALWAYS SUPPLY YOU 5 j Pliil Eisenkrairier. Prop. S o+o+o+o*o+o+o*o4o*o+oto*o+ O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O KJ+O+O+O+O* t A There’s a Secret at i | The Arrow Point * ♦ \ /o A Good Sprayer i | w A Good Nozzle | ♦ ~ J I Mean i' | J • A Good Fruit Crop r -t Get BOTH From r * : "-r M . V. MATH EIWS j L i 3 'j Agent for the Celebrated ♦ t “FRIEND” * I POWER ANO HANO SPRAY OUTFITS ! I ” PAONIA, COLORADO t The Gertrude Goodwin Miller Concert Company Third Number of the Paonia Lyceum Course OPERA HOUSE, THUR., JAN. 26 Mis* Gertrude Goodwin Miller, Dramatic Reader Miss Edna Bentz, Pianist Mr. Raff Hammer, the Scandinavian Tenor Mr. Josef Konccny, the Bohemian Violinist Each One An Artist Don’t Forget the Date, Thors., Jan. 26 National Western Stock Show Denver, Jan. I6th=2lst, IQII ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP FROM ALL POINTS IN COLORADO VIA. TME Denver & Rio Grande R. R. I “THE SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD” | DATES OF SALE: From all points within 150 miles of Denver, January 16th, 18th, 19th and 20th. From all points west of La Veta and South of Vance Junction, January 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th. From all other points in Colorado January 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th. For Exhibitors Only presenting certificate* signed by F. P. Johnson, Denver, January 13th and 14th FINAL RETURN LIMIT, January 24th, 1911 For Full Particulars, Rates, Train Service, e:c., Call on Rio Grande Agent, or Address Frank A. Wadleigh, Gcn’l Passenger Agt. Denver, Colorado FRED N. DICKERSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office 324 Main DELTA. COLO. Title* Eiamined Convincing Done GEO. O. BLAKE LAWYER Paonla, Colorado Insure with The Largest hire ,Ins. Agency in I’aonia. The I Verner Inv. and Realty Co. Hamilton Orchard Heater Reservoir Without Seams Draw the Cover and get the Heat you want when you want it. J. W. Groves, Ist Nat. Bank.