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The Paonia Newspaper
SUPPLEMENT LOCAL HAPPENINGS. .lame* Hobtw* Im in our valley tbla i week from Milwaukee. Roy Popp returned home hint Sat urday evening from Denver. Metteni. T. E. and S Rohnet of Chi cago. came In on Tuesday** train for a few day**’ vfcalt. W. N. Harrb* of the Curt In Hard ware company wan a pnj**»eiiger to Denver Tuesday morning. \lr*». Mattel Richard*. Nieter of M re. I', o. Andereon. returned to her home In Ouray yesterday after a ehort vl**lt here. John It. Khonetuu*. who line had charge of the construction of our cement walk**, vlulted with Delta friend* Sunday. MU* Allterta l*atte.eon returned home ln«t Friday evening after n couple of week* vlidt with friends In Fraud Junction. John Wiiblien and family moved to the W. It. Richard** ranch on tier man iticea tide week where they will rv*f*!e thin »timiner. J. F. Phillip** and family arrived here Sunday evening from Sterling. Colorado with the Intention of mak ing till** their home. K. K. Hammond returned to hl*« home In Denver ye*terday morning after *|»endlug a couple of week** In ' our city tmtniMctlttg bu*lne*e. FOR SALE—Household Goods, j Round Oak range, dresser, book I case, kitchen cnldtiet. tireless cooker, chairs, two rugs and numerous other household articles and furniture. Private sal-. Call after Monday. It. F. Stephens, at the J. K. Mollar ra neb. Hugh Tlnnln came In last Satur day evening from Houston. Texas, where, with his parents, he has spent the winter, lie Is visiting with his friend Harold Clark. The rest of the family have also returned to their home at Midway. We have the best town on this side of the divide. Our people are In dustrious. up-to-date, progressive citizens. Our business men are the real enterprising, congenial kind of men who try to make you feel at home in their places of business, and Call furnish you any of the necessar ies of life and most of the luxuries at reasonable prices These men art trying to build up a town In which It will Ih* a pleasure to live. Is?t us give these men our hearty support and help them In all honorable ways to make Paonln still better. Swat the Fly! F L-Y spells I>enth, Disease and Drudgery. Every living fly Is a crime against society. Consider for \ourself the number of times >ou have seen flies feeding on sputum, on garbage, on filthy excreta from the privy vaults. It Is disgusting—yes—but they like n. From their breeding place la horse manure, they dance and prance over our meat markets, our fruit stands and bakeries They scrape their feet, rub their wings, and drop their s(>ecks ou our sweet cake—yet we eat It. Do you like It? They creep atul crawl leisurely In and out of the babies* sticky mouths. Mot.hlnkoff found 1.J00.0u0 ml crolts In oue cubic centimeter of water In which grape* had beau washed. There Is an enormous In crease In the death rate of children from dlarrhoeal diseases In the sum mer mouths The fly Is responsible for It. A single fly caught In New York carried 100.UUO fecal bacteria In Ills mouth and on his feet. In New York alone 7.00 U children die an nually. They are our national wealth. slmll we kill them with files? In Denver in the fall of 1908. 50 Cion'S and deaths from typhoid j fever resulted from milk along the rout* of one of the milkmen whose milk was found contaminated by : tiles which had fed upon typhoid i excreta from an uncovered vault. Have you ever thought of the ex |»en*e of disease and drodgerv to a ; i community? Dr. Daniel f> Jackson.! bacteriologist for the department of, water supply of the city of New ' York, says that It Is conservative to I estimate that the diseases trans mitted through the agency off the , house fly cut short the average span I of human life In the United States bv lat least two years During a gener |at lon tlds mentis a loss «»f 170 000 000 i human lives of the 4.00»1.fkNl lives of the present aversge length, or n money loss of $20,000.0u0,00j. 'rile life of a flv Is about 10 days. There may lie 1? to 1.1 generations In a summer, and the progeny of a single flv may l*e a sextlllloti (1,000- ! <HNMNNt.OOO,OOO.OOO,OOOI at the end of a j season. I*et ss Join In a campaign to anni hilate the fly from the nation — SCREEN, POISON and PREVENT. W. (i. SACKET T. Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins. • J. E. Peathernge, wife and son ar rived iti Paonia last Saturday even ing from Twin Falls. Idaho and will make this their home. L. If. Day of Holiest Is. California was In our city a part of the week. M. D. Vincent, Fred Etnry and C. C. Hawkins wen* Delta visitors Wednesday. You ( YOUR ) Newspaper You subscribe for a newspaper tor the news it carries, the editorials it prints and the advertisements it runs. You judge a paper by these features. The Denver Times combines these requisites to a nicety of perfection. Its fearlessness, its honesty and its high ideals are the pride of its readers. At 45 cents a month, seven issues a week, it offers posi tively the greatest value your money can buy. Join its ever growing list of subscribers now’. Merely fill in this coupon and mail today. Until further notice, teud me The Denuer Times. Daily and Sunday. Namo Add 'ess ___ ___ 45c a Month. $5 20 a Year—Seven Issues a Week Special Round Trip Excursion Fares j California Points and Pacific Northwest FROM Main Line Colorado Points DENVER & RIO GRANDE R. R. •THE SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD" $50.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego, Cal. 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