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The Paonia progressive and the Paonia newspaper. (Paonia, Colo.) 1911-19??, December 21, 1911, Image 8

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I A Druggist at Dunbar’s al
I Ca-he time.
H Mrs. R. S. Moore went to Pu
■ eblo Sunday morning.
■ Mrs. Mary Sellars went to Som
■ erset Sunday evening.
M C, Newell Ebersol of Howie was a
■ “"Paonia visitor last Saturday
1 Get my prices on all feed stuff
I before buying. E. P. Balch.
9 _ Everything for Christmas
■ to
I t Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Purtee were
I [ visitors to Hotchkiss last Friday.
A. A. Clements left on Monday
• morning's train for Ord. Nebras
* ka.
J. A. Cox and family went to
Hotchkiss Sunday morning to
:■ visit.
J. T. Morey of our pnblic
schools, visited ruth his family in
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stump went
to Delta Suuday morning to spend
the day with friends.
Messrs. Fred Emry and Charlie
Taylor went down the river on a
bunting trip last Sunday morning.
Messrs. Fitzpatrick and Fred
Lees were over from Crawford
the first of the week visiting with
R. J. Huff came up from Delta
last Saturday evening to visit over
Sunday with Paonia folks. Mrs.
Huff has been here for some time.
Several Bowie ladies were in
Our city Monday shopping, among
them Mead antes Colli ks/Th os Dsy
and Loval Gale and Miss Agnes
Bowie. -
See the special pictures for
ladies and children at the Gayety,
Wednesday attsroooa, December
27th, and 2JOp. m. Adults 10c,
children Sc.
W. B. Richards left oo Moaday
morning’s tram for Fort Morgan,
where he will visit a*d transact
business for several days. Fort
Morgan if his old home.
Misses Rachet and Grace Mukl.
sting of Somerset were doing
Xmma shopping, in .our - city last
Saturday. They were guests at
Che A. S. Goodenow home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morgan left
on yesterday morning’s train for
Fayette, Idaho, where they will
visit a few weeks with Mr. aad
Mrs. Oscar Lee and family. Mrs.
Lee is their daughter.
Hon. M. D. Vincent went to
Salida Sunday morning to meet
Mrs. Vincent and the boys who
were on their way home after s
visitof several weeks with relatives
in Nevada, Missouri and other
John Gunn was a passenger on
Wednesday morning’s train for
Denver, where he will spend a
couple of days. From there he
will go to Montezuma. lowa, to
spend a few weeks. He sold his
ranch of 4 acres east of town re
cently to J. J. Hofer for $2,800.
Harland Forcum, who has held
a position as bookkeeper in the
offices of the North Fork Fruit
Growers Association the past
three years, left for his home in
Montezuma, lowa on Wednesday
morning’s train where he will
spend Xmas, and later will return
to Denver to take up a business
course. We think there are special
attractions in Denver for Mr.
I 3! easures of J-fome
- May be greatly increased by the Addition of a
HI jgjjf' VictoF, Victrola-Hornless-an Edison Phonograph
fjpfr I Nothing that you could give for the money would bring more
/ genuine joy to your household than one of these instruments.
has been aptly said that “Nothing in years has done so much
!i I l ° t *' Bpe * t * le K rowt * l °f moss from our rural backs as the Phonograph.”
Ife, Mmw They cheer not only for a day,but for years to come
Maxville Book f Stationery Store
Late Books at Dunbar’s.
Mrs. L. E States went to Som
erset Sunday evening.
Rome Beauty apples for sale.
Co-op phone 38 W. tf
Half Price on Useful Articles
Misses Sophia and Esther
Maikka of Bowie were in our city
last Saturday.
Miss Alma Stump weot to Delta
this morning to make a short vis
it with friends.
Mrs. David Johnson aad son
Hugh of Somerset were shopping
in our city Monday.
Baled or loose Alfalfa hay de
livered at oace, see me for prices.
E. P. Balch.
Fink cutting alfalfa hay,
dalivered, $13.50 pm ton.
W. H. Garvit. was up from
Delta the first of the week trans
acting business sad visiting with
Miss Irene Edwards, our office
angel, visited over Sunday srfth
her brother, Clarence Edwards
and family of Somerset.
Lawyer C. M. Corlett of the San
Luis valley was a visitor in our
city a couple of days last week,
returaiog to his home last Friday
Mrs. Charles Cowan, Jr., came
in lest Thursday evening from
Salida and is s guest at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
F. Willing.
Nels Matson and family left on
Friday morning’s train for Denver
where they will spend a few days.
They will go to Sterliog from
there where they will spend a few
Mrs. Martha Cluster came home
last Friday night from Hotchkiss
where she has spent the past few
weeks visiting. She is Harry Clus
ter's and Mrs. W. H. Tipton’s
Mrs. S. G. Porter came home
last Saturday eveniog from Den
ver. Mr. Porter who is at present
traveling in Alabama, expects to
arrive here in time to spend Xmas
with his wife at their ranch place
away up on Minnesota creek.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Martin, the
latter a daughter of Mrs. V. A.
Pollock, arrived in our city on
Monday evening's train from New
York and Boston, where they
have been visiting the past two
months since selling their home
property in New Mexico. They
will visit at the Pollock home for
some time.
; $1.50
r Just the Thing for an Easy,
“Comfy” Horae Slipper
Silk Fow-ln-Haads
* i ~. r ’ ■ /*»
, Our
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Store isf«U of
• Suggestions
• • j
tkst will please
f .
Close all day
1 Xmas Day
i We Wish
; You AJl—-
Merry Xmas
; Entry’s
r The Store of
Dependable Quality
We wish Each and Everyone of Our Customers
and Friends
A Merry Christmas
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
Thanking you for your many favors during the
past year we solicit your patronage for the mmuig
year we will try to serve you as faithfully as we have
done in the past.
Again wishing you a Merry Christmas and n
Happy New Year, We remain Yours for Business.
The Puds Feed aad Seppty Co.,
C. C. OWEN, Manager
Our Motto: Honest Burinaoa, Honest Weights,
Satisfied Customers or Money Back
Council Proceedings
P»S«U Colo.. Dse. IS, tail
Council met in regular session
on the above date nith Mayor
Pro-tern Emry in the chair.
Oa roll call the following trus
tees responded, Morgan, Vender
beck, Hulty. DcWoody came in
Minates of the last meeting
read’ aad approved as read.
Petitioa of J. F. Wakefield for
a pool room liscensc for another
three aeoaths was read. Oa mo
tion duly seconded it was grsnted.
Reports of the recorder, treas
urer, clectricisn ted fire chief were
read. It was moved and second
ed that they he accepted and' or
dered placed oe file.
It was moved sad seconded
that there be all day light service
installed for one year beginning
on or about Feb. IS. 1812. On
roll call all voted aye.
It was moved and seconded that
the rate lor power service to con
sumers for IB H. P. or more be
fixed at 4 cents per K. W. The
minimum charge per month to
be S6O 00. On roll call all voted
No further business appearing
council then adjourned until the
next regular meeting night.
Fkbd Fmxv,
Mayor pro-tern,
Mvktlk Hurrv, Recorder.
Annual Notice
The Annual meeting of the
stockholders of The Tropic Ditch
Co. wilt be held at Croock's Hall
Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1912 at 2 p. m.
fer the purpose of electing a new
board of directors and transact
ing such other business as may
come before the meeting.
21 8t C N. Hadley, Sec’y.
Orchard Heaters, are economi
cal and efficient. We invite com
parisons. Hugh V. Smith,
Phone 39 0 Local Repesentative.
The Chocolate Soldiers
Coming to Grand Junction
"The Chocolate Soldier” Cam
psay Will give oae performance at
Gtaad Junction ea Tuesday ovoo
•ag.Jaauary tad. IMt. This is
a comic opera compsoy of about
sevcoty-ftve people aad la ora of
the best aad most popular ■—
eot Met of recsot years, aqaatMog
Florodora add the Many Wife*.
For this perfas ornate the Dam
ver« Rio Graode Railroad wm
makit a rate of-ooe fare tor (he
mood trip to Cried Junction.
Tickets will be oa sale Jaeuary
carryiag a final return limit
ol January trd. 191$
Full detailed information will
be cheerfully given oo application
to Local Rio Graode agent.
Buy Red Cross
Christmas Seals Now
Those in attendance at the
State Teachers Association in
Denver showed so unusual inter
est in the work of the Red Cross
Society, and especially in the
premiums that are being offered
throughout Colorado for the sale
of Red Cross seals. S. Poulterer
Morris. Colorado representative
of the Bociety gave a luncheon to
the principals sod superintendents
St which the work •« lullw”«
plained. Those in attendance
agreed to take up the work in
their respective towns and to push
it very hard this year. The prem
iums are offered on a per capita
basis, therefore every district and
every person competing stands an
equal chance with every other
person toward winning some one
of these premiums.
Horses to winter. Address
A - L. Botsford, Bowie, Colo.
Xmas. Gifu, New and
Snappy at Dunbar**

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