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The newspaper. (Paonia, Colo.) 1904-1910, December 25, 1908, Image 8

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j Bef MOTHER A "HAT FOR HAS. j
» Why not? You could not please her more, or if Mother ♦
R does not need a new one what about Wife or Sister, any wo- X
J man appreciates a Pretty Hat and there is such a pretty stock S
II of Mid Winter Millinery on display at Milton Spencer’s and Q
™ the prettiest part is that the prices are so Moderate. Come in .
• and let me show my stock. £
0 NO ONE URGED TO BUY 8
g MRS. W. H. YATES. Q
LOCAL ITEMS.
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New Busby hats at Mrs. Yate’s
Ladies go to Chapman’s Home
Bakery for a lunch.
C. VV. VanDeren has been on
the sick list this week.
That Root Beer at Masterman's
is certainly the best ever.
Rubber stamps at the
Reliance Machine Works.
Jas. Smith came down from
Somerset Tuesday and spent the
day.
Antonio I’erri, of Bowie, spent
Tuesday transacting business in
Paonia.
just drop your bundles in the
Bross barber shop for the l’aonia
Steam Laundry.
\VhHe in town drop into Chap
man’s Bakery and get a supply of
pastry like mother makes.
Harry L. Moller went to Den
ver Monday morning to visit with
friends during the holidays.
Mrs. Goddard, of Hotchkiss,
mother ot Mrs. Will Morford
is visiting with her daughter this
week.
John I. Martin left Tuesday
morning for Nebraska where he
will visit with his son, John and
family.
Mrs. A. S. Stratton and daugh
ter, Hazel, returned home last
Friday evening after a three
week's stay in Delta.
A. E. Smith and family took
the train for Grand Junction
Thursday morning to spend Xmas
with relatives there.
Mrs. Theodore Beckman who
has been visiting with her parents
in Glenwood, lowa, arrived home
last Friday evening.
Go to the Paonia Market for
the best bologna and ham sau
sage in town. Strictly home
made. L. F-. Stephens.
Waterman Ideal Fountain Pens
are the most perfect pens made
and make very acceptable pres
ents. A large stock to select from
at the Maxville Book and Sta
ionery Store.
Mrs. Paist’s sister, Miss Nettie
Thornton, who was very ill with
typhoid fever, started to her Ne-„
braska home the tore part of the
week in the hope that the change
would benefit her health.
Mrs. Sidney Lunn received
word from Mr. Lunn Monday
evening to the effect that he had
accepted a position in his
brother’s store in Oklahoma City
and will not return to Paonia.
Mrs. Lunn will leave for that
place Saturday.
Oman Moore, who with his
parents formerly resided here,
spent an hour or so between
trains Monday evening shaking
hands with friends. He is in the
employ of the D. & R. G„ at
present in the capacity of fireman
on a freight making runs between
Grand Junction and Somerset.
Read the announcement of the
new serial story which will begin
with our issue of January StK
This is a season of the year when
a good story is appreciated by
the readers of any paper and The
Newspaper aims to satisfy the
demand for something to while
away the long winter evenings
Mrs. W. H. Gordon took the
train for Terre Hauttc, Ind.,
Thursday morning upon receipt
of a telegram announcing the
serious illness of her uncle at that
place.
Mrs. Maud Monroe, of Denver,
cousin of Miss Anna Stitt, arrived
in Paonia the tore part of the
week to visit at the Stitt home
during the holidays.
Mrs. J. H. Baxter and son,
Harry who is attending Denver
University, came home last Sat
urday evening to spend the holi
day vacation.
Miss Burgess, the eighth grade
teacher, went to Delta Thursday
morning to visit over Xmas with
her brother Dr. Burgess and
family.
Miss Sarah Wolverton went to
Grand Junction Thursday morn
ing to spend Xmas with her par
ents who are residing there this
winter.
Talk about your Fresh Meats,
Poultry, Fish and Oysters, but
the People’s Meat Market beats
them all in Choice, Price and
Quality.
R. W. Curtis and W. R. Mc-
Nutt, who recently bought Mr.
Curtis' property, transacted busi
ness at the county seat last Satur
day.
All kinds ot conveyance papers
quickly and promptly prepared,
abstracts of title furnished on
short notice. See C. C. Hawkins.
Miss Alberta Patterson returned
home last Tuesday evening after
several weeks spent visiting
friends in Denver.
Skates Sharpened while you
wait at the
Reliance Machine Works.
Clifford Vincent and wife, of
Cortez, arrived in Paonia Wednei
day night to spend Christmas.
Fred Salsbury left for his home
in Chicago Monday morning after
a season's stay in Paonia.
When your suit needs cleaning
or pressing send it to the Paonia
Steam Laundry.
If you want a pearl finish on
your collars try the Paonia Steam
Laundry.
You will find a good line of
smoker's goods at the Bowling
alleys.
A SIO.OO baby buggy for sale
at SIO.OO. Inquire at this office.
Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers
and Tents at Otto Michel’s.
Wc sell a fire insurance policy
that assures. Cline & Hufty.
Ink stamp pads at the
Reliance Machine Works.
Stop at the Home Bakery for a
dish of genuine Chili.
The Almighty G. O. P.
Who paints with light the orb ot day
And paves with milk the mllky-wayV
Who winds the moon and sets the
stars
And digs the brood canals of Mars?
The G. O. V. the G. O. P.
Who causes corn to grow and wheat
And nils with sup the sugar beet?
Who makes alfalfa roots go deep
And Rives the honey bee her sweet?
The G. O. P. the G. O. P.
Who makes the tater rootlets shoot
And mukes tile onion good for Boup?
The dandelion good forgreens?
Who puts the fireworks In beans?
The G. <). I*, the G. O. P.
Who makes the cow with crumpled
horn
Give down her best both night and
morn?
Who separates the curd from wlicy?
And puts rich cream ill poor slough
hay?
The G. O. P. the G. O. P.
Who fills with eggs the happy hen
Also the sow within her pen
With Utters fully eight or ten
And booms the markets now- anil
then?
The G. O. P. the G. O. P.
Who makes the waters run down hill
And with their current turn the mill
From morn till night, from night till
morn
To grind the rye, the wheat and
corn?
The G. O. P. the G. O. P.
And thus Is heard the fool refruin
From California back to Malnt-
And nine republicans In ten
Will bray uinen, will bray amen;
The G. (). P. the G. O. P.
Enterprising Folks Is What the Ala
bama Nursery Co. are.
This last summer, Mr. Chase,
the head ol the great Alabama
Nursery Co., paid a visit to our
country and while visiting or
chards in Delta county he was
struck with the vigorous and
healthy gr >wth of our orchards
and he hao A. VV. Carr, of Delta,
who is their representative on the
western slope, to procure scions
enough from these healthy or
chards to make 730,000 trees of
the leading varieties, mostly. Mr.
Purtee and Mr. Vanderbeck, of
Paonia, have been cutting and
shipping steady since fall and
Mr. Carr himself and H. A. Rich
ardson and T. G. Edwards, of
Delta, are doing the same.
These trees grown from Delta
county wood will be ready for the
spring ot 1010 and they will cer
ta'inly be good stock and no ques
tion of their being true to name.
Both Mr. Carr and Mr. Math
ews have received some orders
for 1010 of these trees already
although they arc not soliciting
orders for them now but will be
gin about April Ist 1000.
Subscribe for The Newspaper
ONE OF THE CHIEF JOYS OF LIFE
Is to get Good Things to Eat
For the Purpose of Supplying that Want the Old Reliable PAONIA
MARKET has Ransacked the Supply Houses for the Daintiest things
in their Line to Supply the Holiday Trade
Aside from Choice Beef, Pork, Veal and Wc will have Frogs’ Legs, Lobsters,
Mutton, we have arranged for a Complete Bull Heads, New York Selected Oysters
Supply of Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Chick : and all the Trimmings. Celery and Vegc
ens. Oysters. Fish and Dainties. tables. Everything Fresh and Crisp.
Place Orders Early as ve Desire to Supply Yoa All
L. E. STEPHENS.
FREE MUSIC
LESSONS!
NOW ,s THE
0 VIOLIN
MANDOLIN OR GUITAR
HERE IS OUR GREAT OFFER:
With every instrument we include, free of charge* a tree Lesson
Certificate, which enables yon to secure either 50 or 100 lessons by mail from j
the foremost correspondence institution in America. The only ex|x»nse is for
postage, stationery, etc.
ANYONE CAN EASILY LEARN TO PLAY THE MANDOLIN. GUITAB
OR VIOLIN BY FOLLOWING THIS SPLENDID
COURSE OF INSTRUCTIONS
Each leMon Is Illustrated by large photographs taken directly from life. Sp'codkf akiU
as a performer is assured with the minimum of practice. These )e*sous are suited to children
and young people as well as adults. Hundreds are taking advantage of this great offer,
Why not you ?
Bargains in Mandolins. *>oo. $7.00. *“00 and up: Guitars. 4b 00. 96 00. 99 00 ami op:
Violins. t'lGO. S7 00. oo and up. and remember, as stated above. that with each
we include a Free 1-e *>u Certificate without charge
We Carry a Good Assortment of Musical Instru
ments, Strings and Furnishings, also Sheet Music at
Populsir prices and can Supply your wants Promptly and
at Moderate prices.
THE MAXVILLE BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
8 H. B. FRENCH E. F RUSSELL 8
o THE PAONIA PLUMBING GO. |
0 DO GOOD PLUMBING. HEATING AND TINWORK fi
? No Job too Small For Us ?
j No Job too Big For Us Q
8 No Job too Hard for Us 8
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1 We will gire them all our Immediate and beat attention, and M
I our price* will lie reasonable. |
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| Paonia Livery & Transfer Bam |
. HOCKETT & EDWARDS, Props. -
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6 First Clast Rigs at Reasonable Rates 8
0 Commercial Men Given Special Attention, also Jj
0 Transfering a Specialty 0

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