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The Paonia progressive and the Paonia newspaper. (Paonia, Colo.) 1911-19??, May 26, 1911, Image 8

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The Old Folks at Home
to hear your voice.
I \ ) j TJie long distance Telephone makes
it possible to give this pleasure.
The Colorado Telephone Co.
lt’s a Worthy Effort
For parents to assist the health of children's tee! h. The im
portance of good teeth, strong teeth and, healthy teeth usually ~
does not concern children. The proper time to begin to safe
teeth, is u-hen decay begins and thus preserve the desirable
elements of real teeth.
Children, who grow to be men and women, will be glad for
the advice and operations J have given them while young
Call today with that son. A talk about good teeth uill be
more interesting than his talk about pain.
| A. A. KINO, Dentist |
M. P. Gonner lost a valuable mare
the first of the week. Vptf
Billie Osboldstone was a visitor In
Delta the first of the week.
Eor Sale Cheap—One team, harness
ami wagon by M. V. Mathews.
Mrs. Moore of Hotchkiss visited
with friends In our city Wednesday.
The ladles of the W. C. T. U. will
serve lunch In Masonic Hall on May
30th. 404 t
John Beezley was out on a bear
hunt a part of the week. He hasn't
reported a catch yet.
Mrs A. L. Perry and children of
Hotchkiss are visiting at the T. C.
Moritz home for a few days.
Harry Graham was up from
Hotel* kiss Wednesday visit lug home
folks mid attending the big show. j
Fn> i milk and cream delivered
dally by the Paonla Dairy.—J. L.
Crfsu e I, Prop. Co-op phone 388
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' torials it prints and the advertisements it runs. You
j ;e a paper by these features.
I n- Denv.T Times combines these requisites to a nicety of
i section. Its fearlessness, its honesty and its high ideals
the pride of its readers.
A 15 cents a month, seven issues a week, it offers posi i
V the greatest Value your money can buy. Join us
i > growing list of subscribers now. Merely fill in this
■on and mail today.
Until further notice, eeud me The Oenuer Tim**. Daily and Sunday
Mama .
• Address
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A Large Developed Woman Can Look
Slender and Graceful
Ilf you are larger than you should
be to wear the present styles—wear
the Parisiana corset made for your
This corset is designed and tai
lored to mold your form to the long
waisted. slender hip lines without
pressure anywhere. The comfort
of the Parisiana is due to its accu
rate proportions, not in spots but
throughout. 48 styles of
Parisiana Corsets
A model for each type of figure. Ask us to show
you a 1 orisiana designed for you.
Harry D. Edwards went to Hotch
kiss yesterday on business.
Mrs. W. M. Clark and son were up
from (Redlands mesa Wednesday,
guests at the M. M. Edwards home.
For Sale:—Narrow tire 3J4 Inch Old
Hickory wagon, or trade for good
milk cow. Inquire at this office. 34t
Ten acres, all tn cultivation, only
one mile from town. Cheap. See
C. C. Hawkins.
Mrs. Kennedy returned
home Tuesday evening after a week’s
visit with friends In Denver, Pueblo
and Trinidad.
The Paul Wilson Realty Company
of Hotchkiss have secured the agency
of Delta county for the sale of the
Hamilton orchard heater.
Mm. David Kuhnley was a passen
ger /*n Wednesday morning’s train
for Minnesota, where she will visit
with relatives several mouths.
1 If you get hungry on Decoration
, Day and want something good to
I eat go to the Masonic hall where the
W. C. T. IT. ladles are serving dinner.
Kodaks only at DUNBAR’S
Makeyour plans to attend Senator
Skinner's big sale June Ist.
Dainty perfumes at
Mr. ami Mrs. A. S.Goodenowcaiya
down from Somerset yesterday to
spend the daj r .
Mrs. L. P. Bell went "to Somerset
yesterday to spend the day with
Mrs. James Smith.
Mrs. Harry Edwards and Miss
Bess Edwards rode to Somerset yes
terday to spend the day.
Senator Mark A. Skinner will hold
a public sale J une Ist.
William Shelton of Hudson, Colo
rado arrived here last evening for a
few days* visit.
F. E. Moore of Hotchkiss came up
last evening. His wife Is a guest at
the F. C, Palst home.
Editor I. T. Honnold of the Boost
er spent the first of the week trans
acting business In Denver.
C. A. Hlllenberg and family of Den
ver arrived In our city last evening
from Denver and went immediately
to the ranch home of Mr. Hlllenberg’s
The new Spencer homd on North
Fork avenue Is almost completed
and ready for occupancy and adds
to the attractiveness of that already
pretty avenue.
Real Floral Odors in Per
fume at DUNBAR’S.
Doc McDonald, who has l»een as
sisting Dr. Hamilton in the dentist
office for several months, left on Sun
day's train for a trip to Denver, after
which he will make a trip to Wiscon
sin and on to Canada.
\V. O. Paisley. General manager
of the Omaha Land Show was in
town yesterday making arrange
ments with the commercial club of
our city to take an exhibit to the
show* which w’Ul take place In Omaha
Monday, October 16 to Saturday,
October 28, 1911.
Try Sunlcist Bouquet Per
fume, you get it at
Mrs. Helen D. Harford. National
Superintendent Christian Citizenship
for the W. C. T. U. will be at Paonla
next Saturday and Sunday and w4ll
hold a Mother’s meeting In the W.
C. T. U. reading room Saturday af*
I ternoon at 3 o’clock. Mrs Harford
I will also give a public address on
Sunday afternoon In the Friends
church at 3 o’chick. Mrs. Hanford Is
a fine speaker. Don’t fall to hear her.
One of the most pleasant surprises
of the season occurred at the home
of Mins Hazel Tabier. 122 Delta nve
line on Wednesday evening. May 17.
given by the Senior clans and their
friends, the riccasion for It Isdng that
young lady’s birthday. A more per
fectly surprised |»erson would have;
l>een hard to find. The evening was
very enjoyably s|K*nt In playing
games In the midst of which she was
showered with post eards. After de
lightful refreshments hail been served
and many good wishes extended to
Miss Tabler. the young people de
parted for their homes.
The Meaning of a Word
Fourteen directors of the United
States Steel Corporation are also ill- j
rectors In one or more railroads; the
railroads thus dominated constitute.
In the aggregate, four-fifths of the
country’s entire mileage and are the
purchasers of one-half of the steel
trust's entire output. This situation
we ask every business man In the
United States to ponder thought
fully: let each man apply It to Ids
own business and see what It looks
like. We are not burling • a reckless
plthet, but trying to observe preci
sion and care In the use of the corf
temporary language of Americans,
when we say that this Is exactly the
situation which the word ‘ graft”
was Invented to describe.
The United States steel corpora
tion In 1310 did the largest, foreign
business in Its history. Its foreign
sales Increased twenty-one per cent
over 1903. while Its sales at home In
the Ulifted States Increased only
seven per cent. Tills foreign terri
tory, In which the corporation made
Its greatest Increase of sales,consists
of countries In which It has not the
benefit of the American protective
tariff—Collier’s. *
For the Fruit Grower
Also the Merchants
We will begin June first to
have specials for cash
We are going to reduce our
stock and in order to do so, we are
going to make inducements so
buyers can afford to raise the cash
to take the bargains.
We are offering the best work
shoe on the market
Our $l.OO work pant is the
best ever.
Take a look at our guaranteed
corduroy pant for $2.25; the best
ever offered for the price.
Give us your grocery order, we
will please you.
We Solicit Your
Patronage at all Times
Miller Merc. Co.

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