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The newspaper. (Paonia, Colo.) 1904-1910, March 05, 1909, Image 8

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B. F. Rudolph went to Delta
Sunday on a business trip.
Sweet Cider at
The Peoples Meat Market.
The box ball alley went out ot
business last Saturday evening.
V. W. Feldman drove to Craw
ford last Satuiday alter a load lof
grain. .
Harry L. Moller arrived home
last week trom a short stay in
Salt Lake City.
Clothing cleaned and pressed
at reasonable prices. Mrs. P. B.
Head, Boxelder avenue.
Ernest Walling and John Car
ter spent a couple of days in Ce
daredge the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Bennett
were visitors at the home of
Dwight’s parents in Hotchkiss
over Sunday.
Mrs. N. O. Howard is having a
commodious cottage erected on
North Fork avenue and will take
up her residence there.
Go to the Paonia Market for
the best bologna and ham sau
sage in town. Strictly home
made. L. E. Stephens.
W. F. Conine has been having
lumber hauled from Crawford
last week and this, with which he
is building additional quarters to
his livery barn.
Chester McLeod, of Crawford,
was a Paonia visitor the middle of
the week. He reports the roads
running to Crawford as beginning
to get in fine shape.
Harry Soper came up to Paonia
Tuesday evening and was getting
acquainted with former friends.
He has recently returned from an
extended visit in the east.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Zook
and daughter, of Lancaster, Penn.,
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
.Zook a few days this week on
their return trip from California.
A typewriter salesman was in
Paonia the first of the week look
ing after business but he found
that the greater number of our
people were supplied with all up
to-date office necessities.
The time has come when people
want Coupon Books at a discount
for cash in preference to any
other system of doing business
at the Peoples Meat Market,
Phil Eisknkramer, Prop.
If spring hasn’t come this week
has been a most deceitful one.
In a very few days the streets
dried and the snow vanished. If
Cap. Underwood will keep it up
all Paonia will be with him strong.
Word received from the hospi
tal at which Roy Rigney is con
fined is to the effect that the phy
sicians hold out great hopes of a
complete recovery. This will be
good news to his many friends at
Lake City and to those in Paonia
who have done so much for him.
C. B. HAMILTON, dentist
Careful Attention Given to all Classes
of Dental Work
Call or Phone for Appointment
HOURS —8 a. m. to sp. m. Co-Op. Phone
The Dr. Powera Office Building on Second St.
We overheard a gentleman say
that a little work on the part of
our people would result in a
market for a considerable portion
of our peach crop which at the
present time goes to waste. He
suggests that it would be well to
pack the fruit which is generally
considered too ripe and ship to
nearby towns. One firm he men
tioned located in Cripple Creek
would take several hundred
boxes a day of such fruit as it is
really in more demand than the
ordinary pack which is not in
perfect condition for several days
after it has been packed. It would
seem that this is a good sug
gestion and one which would re
sult in considerable good to our
growers. The most of our fruit
is packed too early for the con
sumption of the local towns
throughout the state.
Anyone wishing the latest
things in mice exterminators will
do welt to call on John Bruce.
Mr. Bruce fixed up a scheme for
us whereby he guaranteed to rid
the building of mice. He used a
hard boiled egg, a piece of roasted
steak and corn meal. This he
put in a pan and set in the middle
of another pan the bottom of
which was covered with a lye
paste. The theory is that the
mice will get into the lye while
trying after the table d’hote and
become so disgusted with the
duplicity of man that they will
leave the building. However,
when Mr. Bruce had gone we in
spected the trap and the meal he
had prepared looked so tempting
we ate it ourselves. And that’s a
good joke on the mice.
Orville Taylor moved his house
hold goods to Cedaredgc last
Tuesday, his family taking the
train for that place the following
morning. They will reside on a
ranch near Mrs. Taylor's parents.
These estimable people have
made their home among us for a
number of years and we are sorry
to lose them from our midst.
Miss Ella Marsh, of California
mesa, was recently adjudged in
sane and committed to the asy
lum as a result of becoming too
greatly interested in an emo
tional revival meeting held at
Delta a short time since. It is
thought that she L permanently
Mrs. Walter Thomas and twin
boys, of Hotchkiss, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Patterson a
couple ot days this week. Hunley
and Hubert, the twins, are the
pride of our sister town and cer
tainly are intelligent and sweet
little fellows.
Mrs. Jennie Riehl, ot Hotchkiss,
was a guest of her brother, Phil
Stephens, of The Newspaper,
Tuesday evening, returning to her
home Wednesday morning.
Talk about your Fresh Meats,
Poultry, Fish and Oysters, but
the People’s Meat Market beats
them all in Choice, Price and
For Sale — Brand new A. S - C.
Cyclopedia of engineering. Cost
|lB 60 will sell for $12.50. Ad
dress Box 170, Paonia, Colo.
William Warren Allis was born
in Conway, Franklin county.
Mass., Oct. 28, 1823. In early
manhood he moved with his
father’s family to Beloit, Wiscon
sin, where he entered the dry
goods business. He was married
to Miss Charlotte A. Jackson, of
the same town Sept. 11, 1849. In
1852 he went to California, his
wife joining him there in 1850 and
returning with him to Beloit in
1858. Later they moved to Sparta,
Wisconsin, where Mr. Allis again
becam a dry goods merchant. The
firm was known as Allis Jackson
& Co. Both he and his wife soon
joined the First Baptist church, of
Sparta. Mr. Allis was made
a Deacon and was always active
in church and Sunday school
work. During the civil war he
helped in providing for the many
needy ones of that trying time.
Mr. Allis was also interested in
the grain and produce business
operating a large elevator and
flouring mill.
He was always a loyal citizen
and ever ready to help in public
matters for the benefit of the
community in which he lived. He
was a Royal Arch Mason also an
Odd Fellow.
After some years he with his
family moved to the mountains of
Colorado and engaged in silver
mining. His health failing he
moved to Delta and in 1905 the
family came to Paonia where
they have since made their home.
For more than two years his
health has been failing but up to
within a few weeks of his death
he continued to take a great in
terest in public affairs always
reading his daily paper He was
especially interested in the fruit
industry and was pleased to tell
that last year he and his wife
picked over two hundred pounds
of cherries from one four-year
old tree in the home yard. He
was always a kind and loving
husband and father and the va
cant chair is ever a reminder of
the happy days spent in bis cheer
ful presence. He was confined
to his room and bed tor three
weeks and passed into the
Great Beyond February 28, 1909
at the ripe old age of eighty-five
years and four months. He leaves
a wife and daughter, Mrs. I. D.
McFadden, also one sister, Mrs.
A. D. Douns, of Kansas City,
Kansas, who is the last survivor
of a family of twelve children.
The interment was in the Paonia
cemetery Tuesday, March 2d.
Many friends were in attendance,
several coming from Delta. The
pall bearers were chosen from
his brother Masons.
Mountain and Plain
Ready mixed paint.
The Independent Lumber Co.
A few first class Real Estate
Loans, optional payments on
Town Residences, no delay,
money on hand.
C. C. Hawkins.
Do you Want a Home?
Then see I. D. McFadden at
once and buy one of those choice
fruit farms with plenty of water
which he is selling to good work
ers who have nothing but their
labor to invest. Low prices, easy
terms and no cash required at
time of purchase.
Machine Shop Work.
Having leased the Reliance
Machine work of V. P. Rawalt I
am ready at the old Stand to do
all kinds of repair work such as
repairing Autos, Bicycles and
Guns. PZlectric wiring, Saws filed
Keys made. Give me a trial, all
work warranted satisfactory.
G. L. Bainbridce, Prop.
How About Blank Books and Office
Our Stock tvas never more complete than now,
and contains many Special Forms and (Rulings
that are convenient , practical and most likely just •
what you’ve been looking for. Let us know your
We have yet left a few
Pocket Diaries, Desk Calendars, World and Hicks’ Al
manacs and many other Conveniences
you ought to have. Get them now before the
supply is exhausted.
Choice Breakfast Sausage—All Pork, no Killers
The very Best Beef, Veal and Mutton
Ocean Fish Received every Week
Home Rendered Lard
? No Job too Small For Us !
H No Job too Big For Us g
j No Job too Hard for Us Q
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■ We will give them all our Immediate and best attention, nod ■
H our prices will tie reasonable. I
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Q First Claes Rigs at Reasonable Rates 0
L Commercial Men Given Special Attention, also I
Tranafering a Specialty A
Are both Well Known at the Purest and Moat
Reliable Brands of Whiskey. We send them on
Mail or Phone orders. $4.50 Per Gadlon.
Montrose, Colo.

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