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The Paonia progressive and the Paonia newspaper. (Paonia, Colo.) 1911-19??, June 15, 1911, Image 9

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K. THE MODERN MAGICIAN
A Is the sanitary plumber. He
g makes personal cleanliness a
pieusure Instead ofamereduty.
Is one of the most attractive
Have us put one In for yo ua
1 f _ you'll have a ruddier skin, a
| J-F clearer head and a more vlgor-
V-* v ous feeling. To be without one
y l« to miss a lot.
Basement Kennedy Block Paonia Plumbing Co.
H. B. FRENCH, Manager.
A. A. KING
DENTIST
Office fhl St. Hours 8 to 6
Phone Co-op 15 or Colorado 201
LOCAL HAPPENINGS.
Eor Sale Cheap—One tei, in. harnww
ami wason by M. V. Mathews.
Get your Rock Salt of the
Paonia Feed and Supply Co.
Postal saving* banbs will be estab
lished at Li ram I Junction and Moa
trose about the 15th of July.
Kodak* rented by day
week or month
Dunbar Drug Store.
Kresli milk and ereatn delivered
dally by the Paonia l»alrv.—J. L
Criswell. Prop. Co-op phone 388
The ranchers ure getting bu#y on
the brut crop of alfalfa. fe notice
Home have quite a good deal In the
•tack already.
Speed Films for your Ko
daks at Dunbar's.
M. P. Gonaer ol German Mesa Is
busy thinning bis peaches Many
others will be engaged d.»ln« this In :
a few daya.
Home grown strawberrhM are
about goue and the cherries are be 1
ginning to coma In t|nitn»lll**x. flii
cherry crop la good In must parts. |
Velvet Green Paper for 1
classy prints sold by Dunbar's.!
Parties knowing themselves to be
Indebted to me for millinery goods.
will please rail ami settle at ••nee. I
have Immediate need for my money.
—Mrs. W. U. rate* It
Mr. Jomes (loin Is disposing of his
household goods awl expects tostart
In a few days for North West lowa
to remain permanently. "'•• are
sorry to lose such estlimlile people.
We wish them well In their new
home.
Eastman Kodaks sold only
by Dunbar’s.
The showers of the past few days
have assisted the street sprinkler.
The weather man* has given n* a
little of t lie same kind lie Is dishing
out to the middle west during niter-!
noons un i evenings, but the moun
tain breeses coming down the valley
makes our nights and mornings re-i
freshing We have lunch sympathy
for lowaiis as we read of the temper
ature up around 10u or more.
Work has begun In earnest on the I,
new l’. O. building. Mr. Ilawkins
bus moved his ofllee anil the photo- j
graph gallery east ol the Cline &
Unity oltices and has teams at work
excavating for a two room building.
We understand that one of these
rooms will be occupied by one ol our
enterprising mercantile linns when
completed.
We understand a rumor is liclng
circulated that the school bonds to
to tie voted on July Ist have been
sold and that the contract for Hie
building of the school building Inis
been let We do not know why any
one would believe so unseasonable a
report as this. Certainly they have
never tried to sell bonds. If they leal j
they would know that It reipilrcs,
effort to do so ami the purchase s,
take great pains to know that tlnav
lms been no Irregularities In the I
mart - if voting tin- bonds All Hi"
men In lb" district who are opposing
the Issue ••( bonds coiildnut s II a dol
Jars w..r:|i of them II they combined
all ti e refforts and Influnence line •
liefoiethese bonds were voted ever
point Is- entirely regular. Ho let no
one believe so sjlly a story ns this
LOCAL HAPPENINGS.
J For Sale—No, 5, Underwood type
writer. Good as new. C. C. Owen.
John Sparks has sold Ills general
k delivery business to Albert Spore.
y Rock Salt the price i» right.
’ Paonia Feed and Supply Co.
' Messrs. J. B. Rhoneraua and D. A.
Pauli spent Wednesday In Somerset,
t G. H. Payne of Klrksville, Missouri
came In Wednesday a
visit In our valley.
Prof. G. J. McCormick and family
this week moved Into the Karls pro
perty on Third stieet.
Miss Bess Cleveland wenttoHotch-
J k*ss yesterday morning for a short
visit with her sister and family.
Dr. B. F. Andrews arrived here last
Friday evening from Chicago and Is
a guest at the home of his brother
and family.
For Sale—A second hand spring
wagon In excellent condition. Pole
and shafts. Inquire at the Yates
Millinery Store. It
1 Miss M. Eugenie Smith carae~lo
Tuesday evening from Denver after a
few days visit. She owns a fruit
ranch near town.
St. Margaret's Guild will meet on
| Thursday, June 22. with Miss Maud
j Hager on German mesa—Ethel Xhnl
| lenberger, Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rhodes Are en
. tertalnlng a little stranger, who ar-
I rived at their home Iasi Thursday,
i I t's a handsome nine-pound boy.
| Miss Leora Llnqulst. a friend of
j Sir. and Mrs. Ralph Lyle, returned
! to her home In Ouray Wednesday
morning after a few days* visit.
The Delta County Association of
Odd Fellows will have an excursion
to Ouray on July 12th. Particulars
later. Everyone should plan to go.
Ice Cream that’s good at
Dunbar’s Store.
Mrs. W. F. Ghormley and son Hugh
arrived In ourclty Wednesday evening
from Des Moines, Iowa, and will
H|»end the summer here visiting rela
tives, She Is at present visiting with
her niece. Mrs. J. Little.
Ilalff Nelson and wife
from Cedaredge Sunday and spent it
few days visiting. They returned to «
Cedaredge about three weeks ago -
from Louisiana where they have
ls-**n visiting with Mr. Nelson's
parents. r
Misses Daisy Turner and innOdein.
c
who have been the guests of Mis* m
Turner’s relatives and friends a few |
days, returned to their home at Ce- (
daredge on Sunday morning's train.
While here they made tills office a j
pleasant call.
We are In receipt of several book- c
lets recently gotten out by the Colo- f
rado and Southern R. R. These book- r
lets are w'orks of art, lieautlfully got- r
ten up and will lie generally clrcu t
la ted through the passenger depart- r
moot of the road. Every tourist and t
pansenger will lie supplied with them, i
They are entirely given over to the f
describing of Colorado. Scenes from i
every part of the state are graphl- ►
cully portrayed by competent men i
who are well acquainted with all «
mu t tern of interest to be found In the -
state. Much publicity of great 1m
| po nance will In this manner be given (
i those who pass through or visit Col- ■
i orudo. The Colorado Southern have
1 rendered a splendid service to our ,
I state In these handsome 1 took lets.
NATIONAL NEWS
Washington, June 14.—Discussing
in ;i is for securing effective leglsla
th<;. preventing misuse of centralised
wealth, Senator Jonathan Bourne,
The 4-t 1i
of July
IS NOT FAR OFF
We will assist you in getting ready. Look
over this list. It means a saving to you.
FOP Beginning FOF
ODe M| Saturday, June 17,1911 | gp)
t
Ladies' Ready to j Shirt waists at any price
Wear Dresses you want and a large line
$5.00 retail, on sale f 3 to choos£ from
-6.00 “, “ " 4.59 25per cent off on all dreas
7.50 “ “ “ 5.98 AH new and up-to
-800 li 11 ** 029 patterns.
9.50 u “ “ 7.49 Dressing sacks will all be
U.OO " " ‘ 8.79 placed on sale.
The entire line will be placed on
sale. Space will not permit u* to Muslin Underwear will
price aU ‘ place the entire line on sale,
Linen wash skirts from and it will contain a host
$l.lO to $5.25 of bargains.
Dont Miss This Sale
It Means a Saving to You
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
Miller Mercantile Co.
Jr. today Issued the following state-1
ment:
“The greatest problem before the
country l» to make the people re
sponsible for the enactment, of laws
by giving them power to legislate
under the Initiative and to veto un
der the referendum In case the legis
lative branch of any state falls to
truly represent the general welfare
of the people, and also to make the
people responsible for the selection
of public servants under efficient pri
mary ami corrupt practices laws,
thus making all public servants di
rectly accountable and responsive to
the composite citizen. Individual un
known. The substitution of popular
for delegated government Is rapidly
accomplishing this result, thus sub
stituting general welfare for selfish
Interest as the motive power of gov
ernment and goal of the public ser
vant
“The recent decisions of the Su
preme Court In the Standard Oil and
Tobacco case? demonstrates that
the next greatest problem before the
country Is the enactment of leglsla- j
Hon which will provide broad, well
defined legal avenues through which
dynamic mentality with centralized
wealth can operate with the great
est efficiency, but with necessitated
recognition of the general welfare of
the people, the rights of employees
and employers, Insuring to the small
stockholders their proportionate
How is the Market
®No mattet how tar you are from the city the
long distance telephone will keep you in
formed on market conditions. It puts money
into the pocket ol the producer.
The Colorado Telephone Co.
phare of the Increment Incident to
the operation of the capital In the
aggregation of which they have par
ticipated. Centralization of people,
government and business In an eco
nomic evolution Incident to ourclvll-
Izatlon. Man can not prevent but
can provide legal avenues through
which these great forces must oper
ate with the greatest benefit to the
general welfare and the least Injury
jto the Individual. The legal avenues
should be as broad and well defined
as possible, but barriers should he
erected along the roadways provid
ing for the Imprisonment of nn.v In
dividual who attempts to break
through them. Ascertainment of ex
ist lug methods and conditions should
lie the first step; collations of opin
ions from practical employees, em
ployers and economic students, the
second; analysis and deduction,
based on the ascertainment ond col
lation of views, the third; the enact
ment of legislation, embodying con
clusions, the fourth; co-operation be
tween law makers and business In
terests, on the lines of ascertainment
of the best legislation procurable,
with resultant protection of the gen
eral welfare of the people and co-op
erative rights of employee and em
ployer, the desideratum: ascertain
ment rather than Investigation, pro
secution rather than persecution, the
goal; publicity atd not secrecy one
of the methods; the highest possible
reward for legitimate efficiency and
rigid obedience to the law with per
sonal punishment to the Individual
breaking the laws, the result.”

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