We lave a most
ma n y ne w an d
Try Kodaks DRV Mounting
Post Card Albums.
Will H. Mathers
The Kodak Man
The Saving Habit.
Every person who is aide to work
no matter what his or her calling,
should start a bank account at the
earliest op|x>rtunity. This applies just
as truly to the small wage earner or
the farmer as to the manufacturer or
A bank account is the strong bulwark
that checks the advances of want and
misfortune and in their stead puts cheer
We| Kissess une<|ua!ied facilities for
the satisfactory handling of Commer
cial or Savings* Accounts.
Your investigation is invited.
The Firsl National Bank
A. 11. Stockham.
I BUS - fXPRhSS - TDANSFCB
j Guy M. Blair \
I SOMEDSET COAL i
► Sand, Gravel and Heavy Hailing «
► GLT MY PDICESON SAND i
Smoke Slack’s. Pomps. Roofing
Opposite Geer & Clack.
Ti» and Sheet Iron Work.
Sinks. Range Boilers. Batli Tubs ’
I'll 1111 lidlllH.
Money always on hand for farm
onns at 8 per cent.
King & Stewart.
Money to loan at lowest rates on
farm and city property.
Stephan & OBert.
Colorado Phone Black 272 Co-Op Phone 32
N. H. CASTLE & CO.
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
DELTA, - - COLODADO.
Death Of L. C. McGrew.
Lester Clarke McGrew died at his
home in Delta August 17 at 10 p. m.
He was bom in Sheridan, lowa, Dec.
17, 180*1, later moving to Omaha, Neb.,
where he was married Nov. 10, 1887.
From Omaha he went to Denver and in
1894 came to Delta where he has since
resided. He leaves a wife, two sons
and two daughters to mourn their irre
Thus, in brief, is the life history of
one of Delta’s best known and foremost
citizens, a man who was a dynamo of
energy and thrift and who championed
every move looking to the advancement
of the community in which he resided.
The esteem in which Mr. McGrew was
held by the people of Delta, as well as
throughout the county, was forcibly
illustrated by the large concourse of
friends that followed the mortal re
mains to their final resting place in the
Delta cemetery. It was one of the larg
est funerals ever held here, the line of
carriages being almost a mile in length.
Services were held at the family home
Sunday at 2 p. m., conducted by Dr.
Frothingham, assisted by Dr. Darley.
Mrs. Seaton, Welland JefTers, Joseph
Pregent and Mr. Remington compos
ed a quartet that rendered special
music. Dr. Darley read the scripture
lesson and offered prayer, after which
Dr. Frothingham delivered brief but
beautiful remarks, bearing on the life
and services of the deceased and the
hepe of all for immortal life beyond the
grave. He sj>oke words of consolation
to the sorrowing family and commend
ed them to the God of us all, who is
always the greatest comforter.
Following these services the l»ody
was removed to the hearse, members of
Mesa lodge No 84 Knights of Pythias
acting as escort, they being proceed’d
by members * f the Woodmen of the
World, which organization also attend
ed in a IhxJv. At the grave the Knights
of Pythias burial service was carried
out and all that was mortal of a good
citizen, kind husband and loving father
was consigned to the earth from w hence
The casket was almost completely
covered with beautiful floral offerings,
tendered in loving memory by different
orders end numerous friends.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to all who kindly gave us help
and sympathy during the illness and
affliction which has visited us ami for
tl e many beautiful floral offerings.
Kspecially would we make mention of
our neighbors at Kckert who gave such
unselfish aid in caring for our crops on
the ranch. Yours sincerely,
Mrs. Lol'isk McGkkw anp Family.
Two Divorces Granted.
The divorce case of Archie 1). Brown
vs. Ivii L. Brown was heard in Judge
Dickerson's court the first of the week.
I’lnintifT brought suit on the grounds of
desertion and defendant brought in a
cross complaint charging non-support
and habitual drunkenness. The jury
found in favor of plaintiff and divorce
was granted. Judge Dickerson award
ed the children, three in number, to the
defendent and granted her $25.(X> per
month alimony for their support. The
case was warmly contested and the jury
deliberated two and a half hours before
arriving at a verdict. Plaintiff bails
from Ouray and was represented by*
Attorney Cassady of that city. Steph
an & Vincent appeared for defendant.
Another divorce was grunted by the
county court this week, the case being
entitled Clara E. Daughenbaugh vs.
Wm. I*. Daughenbaugh. Plaintiff, who
hails from Paonia, was granted the
custody of the two children. Defend
ant did not appear.
Plenty of money to loan, cheap. Ab
stracts will be furnished.
Fiikd N. Dickkkhon. i
New Real Estate Firm.
The land and emigration firm of
Fitzgerald, Dermody & Co., of Omaha,
Nebraska, will open an office in Delta.
They are one of the big land and emi
gration firms of the country with
branches at Colby and Goodland, Kan
sas and Burlington, Colo. F. G. Myers,
a member of the firm, is alre *dy here
accompanied by his wife. They have
rented the J. Mason Lee property on
Garnet Mesa and will establish their
permanent home in Delta. Mr. Myers
1 will have charge of the firm’s business
in the Uneompahgre valley and in
choosing Delta as the proper place for
headquarters he put in force a rapidly
growing conviction that once the Gunni
son tunnel is completed, here will be
the center of the greatest growth and
development. Another reason for
choosing Delta is its close proximity to
the great Hotchkiss, Paonia, Cedaredge
and Eckert fruit districts. The firm
represented by Mr. Myers is a big ad
vertiser and spend money with a lavish
hand in making eastern people ac
quainted with the districts it is pushing.
Delta is glad to welcome the new firm
and its good looking representative and
trusts that many easterners will be
brought here to add their monev and
energy toward the development of this
great country through its instru
Superintendent Harding Arrives.
Prof. G. L. Harding, of Home City,
Indiana, and who has been selected by
the school board as superintendent of
Delta's public schools for the ensuing
year, came to Delta the first of the
week and has been busily engaged in
perfecting preliminary arrangements
for the opening of the schools. Prof.
Harding is no tenderfoot, having been
a resident of Colorado thirteen years,
ten of which were spent in Boulder
county, four years as su|H?rintendent
of the Longmont schools and six years
as county superintendent. He served
three years as principal of the schools
at Breckonridge. The professor grad
uated from the University of Michigan
in the class of 1574. He is a square
built. active kind man and we look
for a brisk, business administration of
Call for Special Meeting.
There will Ih» a special meeting of t *
Woman’s ‘Club at the home of Miss Ne
Monday. August 27th, at Bp. m. I
j>ortant business is to bo a: 1
a large attendance is urged.
By order of the president.
Machinery For Sale At Cost.
I have a number of plows, one farm
wagon. 1 Thomas grain drill, 2 s;;'
plows and 2 scrapers for sale at co>: r
will trade for grain.
AMONG THE LOCAL CHURCHES.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Services Lords day morning as u: 1.
T. r. Davis filling the pulpit. Sun l ' y
school at 9:45 a m. Preaching a 1
a. tn. Everyone invited.
Services will be held at the Cath c
church Sunday, August 26, at 9 :•
in. Sunday school at 9a. m.
Rev. C. O. Farrell, Paste’
Plenty of money to loan on l < i
WKi.cy & Davis.
Roy’s Tennis Shoes 48c at How a k
l or pultlioNlloii in your junior, I furnish '
with m n*ti>ni of uiriooroloKi«'Hl ol>*. i \ .
takvn l*> M. I Mclitvw. ctMiponitivt i
nt tli<‘Wruthor lliitvnn of tin- 0. S. |*o|*;iim
of Atfrn ul tiro ilnrlnc tho Hirk omliin; Aul
liMi. »»t I'l lta. t'olormlo.
Tl«* iiiMriinn>!it«l tvmlitw* nrv from
nuMit Ktnmliini lii*trmni*iu* i-xposo.l in 11<, v
nr: riTouiniiMiiloii l>y tin rliiot o| tlio \\ ,
ll nn'ti u.
«.. . s 5 ; Cfararti
h w w ~ «-r •
< : g g jj j £ *i«>
“* "u $ £ a :
15 : I*2 : M : 0.00 • |* rion.l
u» ; 95 : 50 : 0.00 ciotnly
17 : hi : Oi* : o.U) i» chiu-i
is : i*i : oo . 0.00 l*('loini>
to . »l oa : 0.00 1* C'loli<i>
20 : iw : 05 : 0.00 l* nmi.i'
21 ; 85 : 02 : 0.20 1* Cloud >
Notice to Property Owners.
f I'** Lillie K. Wilson, owner of lot IT; to Mary
1 f - x-r, owner of lot |h; to Delta Town A Iin
, i‘ ■••Mteiit i ii., owner of lot 10; to II. K. I'orter.
■": r • f lot 3*; to J.J. Winton. owner of lot 21; to
. , v| ’- I" M K*d*uy. owner of lot 22; to \V. II. Me*
i " ' • and the Mcl-'crran lleul Estate coiiituiny.
- r ol lot 23 . t<> Win. Mather*, owner of lot*
1 -*• * litli hull of lot 27. nil of lot* 2* and 32 ; to
j W li. M'H'khttin owner of lot 2a : to A. U. Stock*
• wner of lot Ji t • F. N. Dickennn. owner
. I i, ,rth half of lot 27 ; to Millard Kuirlainh.
at. t ..f lot 21*;t • M. .1. John-on. owner of lot 30
'o i;<*i c. lirai'ti d, owner of lot 3.. all in
’ It..*'k 10;
» i Parmer* & Merchant* Hank, owner of lot*
1 • ■ ut.M 11*. to J. 1*. John*on, owner of lot jfo ; to
» • nrut' (Jolt, owner of lot* 21 anil 22; to M. E
' • *n-. owii< r of lot 2t; to Delta Hull-lit g and
I I •' ni|>any. owner of lot 24; to K. M Mr-
M -May. owner of lot £<; to II. L. Font:, ow ner of
[■ - and 27. to W. It. Travis. owner of lot* 2**
1 i • to Mattie J. Ketini*ly. owikt of lot ;tn and
, M .1 l*riee. owner of lot* ;t| and :f2, all In
* it.;* K II. and
j • Henry Hammond. ov\ tier of lot* 17, I* and I ft:
' I- u.l. \\ ill lainii, owner of lot* 20 and 21. to
. I- I Williams owner of lot* 22 and 23: to A. K.
• ry owner of lot* 24.23 mid 2ti utid to I., ll.
r 1 - r. owner ot lot* 27, 2* and 2 1 *. all in Mock
ol the original plat of the Town of Delta.
. are hereby notified that in J.ltr*tMWe of
. in resolution of the lloanl of Trustee-of
i w n oi Delta. Colonel -, pn»»ed and up
» l the 2.ir«l day of Au»fu*t. a. I>. 1ft*'.. that
" inv dewrila.il Cement Sidewalk I)i-t!iet
i < *taMi-h. d and -h.ill !*• known u* Co
* ~ lev.uik Di-rriet Numln-r On*, of the
_ • "| | a ita, c mdo, t«*-w it:
‘ * - •- 17 to rj. of r.l * k !«•. and Lot* 17 to 33. of
11 and lot* 17 to.". . i Block 12. all inelu
1 - md all in tin original plat of the I own of
a I *• n the County ot Delt • and >tate of fu'i*
• md tin eeiie nt *id< walk* hi mi a! district
eon-tnieh- i . - follow*, t . wit
* «*. ire-iit *id* walk- -hull l~ * .instructed
- the .Main street trout of *nid ha*, and *hall
• • I- t in w alt li a!•.lie Ml - - k- 10 and 11,
f .r te* : in width along Ith* k 12. and coll*
' • 1 with the follow 1 iijc -p. eii.eMtton*, to-wit:
- a . : I.-shall huv< a tnin-M-r-e *i<>|.e of | men
1 - ■' and -h.tll !*■ 1 ml to ti •• i itie* .1. lined
■■iai.ee and tin- lin.** and grad.** cl veil hy
■ m. I'tn walks in 11 - k- 1" and II shall
■he w. -t 1 tie of said lots, and In HI.* k 12
7 ■ line .j Mini -idewalk -hail lie 1- inch,-*
. -Mu.. said lot*. 1 lie cr lid -hall
1 -• 'i te in. I..- t• i• • w the -urtaei ,,f the
1 aalk. and the siirfaee o| -ulafradt»well
- ■ idy rammed and eotjj|nct.d with a titty
non • r. i Mi the -upgrade lay a lounda
1 - -. • lean gravel. and »and. Inches
“lie"*-, whiHi must t*- thoroughly rainini.il
S ■ *e< ur. a < >m|aict anil — -lid louuda
l |- .. thi- l audation a layer <• I Concrete.
* inehe* in thickness, after compression.
. ’*• laid, coin J* ess 1 It) hillk of i.u. jairtce
•: turi- < lean, -harp sand and ti\ •■ i>nrt
■" :i *'"ne or gravel. I i*-n ;hl* concrete
• • **• -pnitd a < «it ot eeiuent mortar one
k. tor a w.itnog surface, and *prea<l on
, ici ti lainoa* »«*.n a* the same i* pro|«erly
-ia . il--: r« it ha* la-guti : — It must
»1> and eVt i > spread and to wel '1 !■• n
. -url*. • > ■ iit'.rmitiir I., the pr .|**r grad.
’ Ai . !•: * ... p. and II th< *• .mid
, ■» ■ \cM\Mted twelo inehe* in depth and
! • ourceti shall I*- live inches in
[ — alt. r . • w[.rv—io!i
s'.rlitit ot -iilew aik. l»-f..re mortar *ct*.
r '- • ut evenly Miei n-cu’arly into hl«« k-3
t • t The cotter* a ill ! constructed l-y
» ' It* -<i!e • x;- 11 ah 11 _ oi.s k • 1 * and
i o occordnm • • :th the plans adopted by
* pr.i'-ahle . • ~t |. r f>- '. a* show n hy the
I w u Kiurn • r. .- t m ■ utv i • nts
t'-ot of -Jl'd -idewalk Hie cst ••:
oc *.;<! *id. w:..k -l.a 11 1** pa'al'!' .n
-•-’•ini..it w.din thirty day. after the
I • il approt an pul.I it ti of thi
-- -r«1: . and t: •• |Mii :uetit f r
■ m;.- .vein, nt may. at th. lecti..u of j
’ . .dany ufviid pr.ijs-rty. t. pay.-,Me ml
r -*l.ti".«; ; li-'iil 1 :t . of Ill'll six |n-r edit ]
;.. r ' .-«ts !•■• in a. io-i • eti..n and :
.. • \p- and with inter. «t ..:i ;t ■
i at 1 rat. six
■ r u d all «;. in-|iieo. Men;-
-,a.lm. id- stiii! t"-ar H.O rv-t at th> 1
i li i- • mouth from tie t m< - nd
>«r. ti.rther u.-titi.d that on Thursday.
- • .'Till. P.*». at . !Cl.' oel.s k p. Ill the
: l‘ru*t,*c» wl rtn illy e n- 1 r. a t their
-r plao t in- • tti.it iii -Jii.I t .w u nil ordi
r r»-.dut;oi. -.rd. rmc tii,. said -id- walk-
III said district TI at tin liiaj* -t
*t r . • i-repan d h> the T. w n Kocim-er w ith
it* and - ■ «lu . ot «ai.| T wu I
•c amounts! *. is-.-s-.-l acain-T
k a .\.ry tract t latld III *Uld Celltelit
p - I ’ - .. .. n-s,.|utioiis and pr<s
‘ ar.- - i nh w ith and can 1* -si n and ex
■ 1 hy any ten :i ;ut. re-t. d. at the oflitv of
low n t lerk. in said town, at any
Is-twe-n «iate ..t |.iihliratioti hereof
l J*, pte nl*T 27th. P»*n and that all
-mplaints mid objecti-.iis that may Is- made
u writing. presented to said t.»wn clerk
hy tin ow n. r * w ow m r- of ar.y rvai e-nate in <Td
, district cneeruing the said public improvement
‘ will »* t - ml and d t. r .in- i t>> -ai H.■ -nl f
Trti- ■ - t — lore final action hy it onleriug »iich
1 Win. nt - l.-wa s- I.u ut.
, I hii • • 1 ,i; 1 *, ita. C lorn-! ■ V uiniM 21. 1'.* ■>
III! II i.. \\ I LS« * N.
u T lit rk and lieci»rd, r.
Proposals For Bids.
! N'.-t ic* i* > g1 - en til it tie !’■ «ar*i of Tru—
; t(i*s of the 1 - wo -d Ik lt.-i. will n- . v. hid*
1 upto mill lie . -o.’.-k p '. of Svpr.-m
j Imt 6th. 1 * •>. f-.r P.iriii-hing nil the iiec.-sMiry
! rnatori:-.! and . . • • w..rV of hu.l I;tic Sam
, tary Vwer N- Town Ik-Ita. c,>|.inido.
lin aca.fiance »r the pn.til.—. -utioa and
i *p*»ci tint ion- ■ n will ■ ity chuk
Contract..' n -t furniah a Is tnl :n sum of
fl.OCM for faitl.f ftformanc. ot < ntnict.
j n.. rlk-ho . . Vt -n.l all i. *—Kwl.
I Delta, t olora i Aucf l*th. P.»»i.
I l LI.IK K. \\ ILSON.
, 24—31 Town Clerk and Keconler.
Nolle is h. n hy given that tie County 15.«nl
of Kipm; /a< - w;ii in.*.-I at the otlic. -of the
j (\>unty Clerk. 1 the T-uvn ot I vita on tin Ith
day of Sept, -nts r. A. 1>. 1W*>. and nuttain in
session not i< — than thfv nor tn-.f than ten
1 The law i , :in- that all matters concerning
1 ermn.'oits or . *iT—i».. :en*ssti.. nts shall l*. ad
! juste! at this tm < and t art .es having complaint
to make concerning their assessment- an. re- I
• jUpstc-l to !*• t f-etit at the also.- «i»«vift.d
meeting and nu«k ■ -uch eotnplaint it- they iv. iy •
1» S t“ >i tiHTV.
; S-21-31 t oun:y Clerk.
Notice of Adjustment Dav.
Km err • r Lev \\ r: n t I t - i \-» ■.
The undersigned. I.nr.i: la .-n c-• H.int.sl j
administrator of the iwtate -f l.,vVrigttt.de
cmumiI. late of tin* County «*f I»elta. in the I
State of Colonel■». hereby give- notice that tic j
.will a | >|-sir I* fore the County Court of said j
iVlUi County. tit the Court H mik* ttt Ikdta. tn j
i *« Id county . oil Monday, t he 2.th day ot Sept du
ller, A l>. lfto6. at the hour of 10 o l.s-k a t
of said day , .it which time all |**r*».uts having
claims against -nnl estate an* ti •tit'.sl and r**- |
•juestui to attend for the purtH*>o of having the I
same adjusted. All persons indebted to said!
estate are ni|u«*ati*d t-> make in.mediate pay
; inent to the tindersigmil
Dated at Delta. Colorado, this 2.1 nl day of!
August. A. l>. IWW.
Mil l \Kl> K.VIlvL VMH,
1 Administrator >>f the estate ot Levi W right,
| deceased. 20-.M.
Gunnison Tunnel Progress.
The Gunnison tunnel UK)
feet Inst week. Heading No. 1 is in
4424 feet, heading No. 2, 10,700 feet or
a total of 15,124 feet completed. That
looks to a man up a tree us if it were
about half completed.
.Honey to l.ouu.
I King & Stewart have always on
! hand money for farm ami town loans
■ at lowest rates of interest.
CITY OF I*l EX ICO
j! April 25 to May 5, One Fare for round trip. i;
\ June 25 to July 7. One fare plus $2, for round trip.
! Sept 3 to 14, One fare for round trip.
j Liberal limits
| and Stop = overs
j Write for rate quotations to Mexican, Cuban !
> Texas. Louisiana and other Southern points. |
S Literature descriptive of this territory sent on ;
| application. ;
T. E. FISHER,
| General Passenger Agent, !
| Denver, Colorado.
A round trip ticket from Denver to Yellowstone Park in
cludes a complete 5 1-2 day tour of Wonderland, with all hotel ac
commodations and stage fare.
You can leave Denver Saturday night, enter the Park Mon
day via Gardiner and be back the following Monday morning.
Think it over and see if you can afford to let the summer
pass without seeing “Yellowstone.”
IVtai'.,,! information fnrni-hol
J <>n application i<»
,J F rALLFRY. General Agent.
lOJQ Seventeenth St , * Denver.
OUR RATES ARE LOW
and service is unsurpassed from Den
ver Colorado Springs and Pueblo
ONE TAKE CHICAGO
pius s2.os 'hip 53150
the round | $26.50
June l and 2 $19.50
and 9 to 16 j . ""y'... proportionatel
Jlll> ’ ‘ *5 11 I CiJJJS"* hundreds of
Return Limit other eastern
Through Sleeping ears to Kansas City. Chicago. St. Louis.
Elegant Dining Cars, meals a la Carte.
All cars equipped with electric lights and fans.
For further information address.
11. n. KOOSF.It J. 11. CSIXET'
G- W. F &. P A. . T. P. A.
1700 stout si., Ooiwor. Colorado.
EAST Kansas City. St. Louis and many other points at one
fare plus 32 for the round trip. June 1.2, i) to 16. and July 1
to 10; return limit, October 31st .
WEST California and Back 350 June Ist to Sept. 30th,
limit October 31. or 347 June 26th to July 3th. limit Septem
ber 15th. Stopover and diverse route privileges. Return
through Portland at slight extra cost. These are first class
tickets and will be honored on our famous California limited
which runs daily throughout the summer. Rates apply from
Denver, Colorado Springs or Pueblo.
J. P. HALL, General Agent,
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co.,
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