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DELTA COUNTY NEWS
Scissored From Her Lively Papers DELTA DOINOS From the Delta County Tribune Delta county’s first water power pumping plant now In operation. A Tribune scribe visited the new plant of the Orchard Park Power & Irri gation company seven miles below Delta Wednesday morning and wit nessed the working of tha new enter prise. The plant was Installed largely through the efforts of Geo. A. Nldy and consists of a 48 Inch turbine water wheel In connection with a huge three stage turbine pump. A large canal 50 feet wide and 1)4 miles long carries the water from the Gun nison river to tho polntof the turbine wheel, whence it is pumped to the mesa above, a height of 200 feet, and emptied into the lateral ditches, car ried to the lands and delivered for Irrigation. As it now stands the plant will Irrigate 400 acres, but by Installing additional machinery the plant will easily irrigate the 2000 acres that comes under the project, as the Gunnison river at this point furnishes an unlimited amount of water and power. Frank G. Myers transacted busi ness In Paonia last Monday. The new residence of Joe Budd on Columbia street Is nearing comple tion and will be a handsome struc ture, costing about $2,500. H. 8. Bushnell, who has been In charge of the local forest office for some time, Ims received the appoint ment of supervisor of this district and is now the permanent executive officer. Mrs. W. W. H. Oltnger returned last week from a visit In the north ern part of the state. Walter Smith, who has been work ing a force of fifteen men on the Smith Bros, ranches near Payne, wnsdown to spend Sunday with his family. Mr. Dan Stone, editor of the Trini dad Chronicle News and former state senator from Las Animas county, was In Delta Wednesday. R. E. Bay and wife left yesterday for Gunnison, out of which place Mr. Ray will run as Bio Grande engineer, having recently been promoted. Fred Entry of Paonia and Clarence Entry of Hotchkiss were In Delta Tuesday and Wednesday, having been called here on account of the critical Illp-.SS of Mrs. Roy Einry. Will ..nderson of the Independent Is the proud father of a ten pound girl, born on Snturday last, Mrs. Anderson lielng at the home of her parents In Denver. Ralph Kiiiuear this week disposed of his 80 ucres to George Holcomb of Monte Vista, the price living $>1,500. Mr. Kluneur gives possession In about three weeks. From the belts lll'leiien.lent On Thursday of tills week, Mr. Charles Joseph Moynlhan and Miss Marguerite ratlin, were united in marriage In Montrose. The young married couple occupy very high social positions. The groom is a young lawyer nml the bride is the daughter of P. D. ratlin, one of the state’s legal lights. Mr. und Mrs. Don Is-wls of How ard street, are the proud parents of an eight pound baby girl, born on Thursday morning. Judge M. Mluer made a hurried trip to Grand Junction Tuesday . evening, returning Wednesday B. P. Blair, register of the land office at Montrose, and wife passed through hers Wednesday on their return from u business trip to Grand J unction. Mrs. Mary Wilson was visiting Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. W. D. Wheeler, return ing to her school In Paonia Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. I». Blodgett and baby arrived In Delta Wednesday. Mr. Blodgett Is of the Delta Electric Eight company and also a prominent sheep raiser of tlie state. B. Morgan, who recently returned from Pagosa Springs with his family to mate bis home In Delta, and Back Watson last week bought the barlter shop formerly owned by Frank L Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy and family left Sunday for Wanhlngton, where they expect to locate. Development of Delta county re sources Is still In Its Infancy. Not withstanding that fact, Deltacounty is the banner producing county of the West today. Dr. J. D. Walker of Cory sold acres of his ranch to Mr. Welble this week. CRAWFORD CHRONICLES From the Crawford Chronicle Homer Hooker moYed into his new residence last Saturday. Henry Messenger came In from Gunnison last Tuesday. Miss Chrlssle Eley and Roy Board man were Hotchkiss callers last Satacday. Mrs. George Livesay and sons went to Paonla Thursday on a short visit. Walter Thomas and W. B. Powell of Hotchkiss were visiting In Craw ford Thursday. Miss Bess Edwards and Mrs. Will Simmons of Paonla were guests of E. N. Couch and family last week. Another big shipments of cattle from the Crawford-Maher country was loaded at Saplnero last Wednes day, there l>elng 24 cars. Among those shipping were A. W. Morrow, Lee Savage, W. J. Reid, John Hose man and George Llvesay. This makes over 100 cars shipped from this section this year. A. W. Reeder has on exhibition at the Chronicle ofiice a beet which weighs ‘-2J4 pounds, which he raised this year. Mrs. Alex llefley was called to Paonla last Tuesday morning, where her husband lies very sick. Miss Edna Ballard of Portland, Maine and Miss Gladys Perry of Haverhill, Mass. were Crawford callers last Saturday. Dean Clark of the Colorado telephone company was showing them around. S. E. Browne and W. E. Browne, father and brother of E. A. Browne of this place came In from Kansas City, Mo. last Monday. E. W. Ayer and family visited In Paohla the 0r2t of the week. E. N. Couch and Gilbert Groves were P&onla visitors on last Mon day. A. D. Taylor purchased the Joe Truylllo 40 acres last week. CEDABEDQE COMMENTS From the Surface Creek Champion W. I>. Nelson came In Wednesday evening to attend to business mat ters. Mr. Nelson recently purchased a tract of .*i00 acres In central Louis ana which he Intends to make a home place. Mrs. Frank Frasier of Montrose has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Teachout of Eckert, this week. Mrs. H. F. Stewart Is visiting friends In Pnoiiiu this week. II. W. Edi r >ok of I enver was lie e this week looking after his ranch In t rests on Cedar mesa. The stork was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Taylor last Saturday a no left a bright-eyed baby boy. Mrs Nora 8toi er and two children of ( rawford »|>ent the latter part of lust week with Mrs. J. N. Conner. Mrs. Cooper who has spent several weeks with her brother, ('has. Fass, returned to her home In Pueblo Thursday. H. L. Jacobs *|>ent the fore part of the week visiting ( has. States. He returned to his home in Hotchkiss Tuesday. Mrs. Ihiiiic Wiley and daughter, Mrs. Maggie Jacobs, were over from Crawford this week visiting the former’s daughter. Mrs. ( has. States. G. A. Connell has purchased the Welty tract of land situated north west of Cedaredge and moved to the property this week. Miss Golda Lowell arrived from Nebraska last week and Is visiting at her brother Alberts. It Is ex pected that she will remain for some H me. HOTCHKISS HAPPENINGS From the North Fork Time* D. C. Dodge la hauling material for an Ice factory which he will erect ou the vacant lots Just West of the depot this winter, and have It ready to supply Ice to customers next sea son. Mrs. Birdie McDonald of Valdse, Alaska, was visiting with Mrs. Ma bel Barlow the first of the week. Phil Sherman, is over from Esca lante, Utah, this week visiting friends and relatives. E. S. Bobbitt was in Crawford Thursday. Lloyd Blackwell writes from Los Angeles and says he Is having a good time. W. Porter Nelson and C. W. Bone of Denver was over a few days ago and were over on Grand View mesa where they are interested in real estate. A1 Gould who has been In Nevada engaged In mining and prospecting for the past three years came home Sunday Tom McL<od and Will Pierce left Thursday morning for California, Torn to San Francisco and Will to Los Angeles. L. F. and L. J Martin of La Veta. Colo., are here this week looking over the country and visiting with John Finn who Is an old acqalnt auce. N. J. Oleson G. R. Parks and C. H. Carey of Minneapolis arrived here last Friday and spent several days looking over the country, mainly In the Maher neighborhood. These gentlemen are wealthy capitalists and are interested in she Red Canon railroad, that Is contemplated be tween here and that point. Charles Nyman met with what might have been a fatal accident Tuesday evening while coming from his ranch to town on a load of hay. When near the river bridge where the road runs near the high bank his load upset, throwing him over the hank some JO or 4u feet. He la pretty badly bruised but we are pleased to say not seriously. From tbf Hotchkiss* Herald Dr. W. E. Hickman, who has !>een living at Hotchkiss for the past sev eral months, returned to Olathe the first of the week. W. E. Kellogg left Monday for Sap inero where he will work at the big sawmill. John Nowland came in last Sat'ir night from My ton. Utah, where he Is interested In watering about .‘l*l,ooo acres of land. George Duke. Jr. came In from I>en ver last Saturday night and the electric lights Immediately went out. clarence Entry was in Delta Tues day visiting his brother, whose wife Is very 111. Geo. C. Harfier and wife returned Monday night from Pueblo and after voting the next morning left on the morning train. M. D. Vincent was down from Pa onia Wednsedny. It 8. Grier and wife and Carrie left Friday morning for California where they will make their future home. Miss Edna Ballard of Portland. Maine and Miss Gladys Perry of Haverhill, Mass., nieces of John Bal lard, manager of the Colorado Tele phone company at Delta, made a visit to Hotchkiss and Crawford and were very much Impressed with the North Fork country. A Good Position Can Is* had by ambitious young men and Indies In the field of •Wire less'’ or Railway telegraphy. Since the 8-hour law became elective, and since the wireless companies are es tablishing stations throughout the country there Is a great shortage In telegraphers. Positions pay begin ners from S7O to sl*o per month, with good chance of advancement. The National Telegraph Institute of Portland, Ore., operates six officio! institutes in America, under super vision of It. R. and Wireless off*etuis and places all graduates Into posi tions. It will pay you to write them for full details. Notice We the undersigned agree to close our respective places of business all day on ThanV sgiving Day Thursday. Nov. 24, 1910. (Signed) Paonia Merc. Co The Miller Merc Co T O. Rusho Ph’l Eisenkramer G. W. Rucker McClenathan Merc. Co. DeWoody Bros. Far Salt: —Team, wagon, harness snd business within next 10 days. Al.o team of colts coming 8 years. J. E. VVarnock, Singer sewing ma chine agent. JOHN F. ALLEN, M.D. OFFICE—KENNEDY BLDG. CO-OP PHONE 43 MERLE D. VINCENT ATTORNEY AT LAW. LOANS Paonia, Colouauo J. Hunt, >SURVEYOR> Co-op. Phone 10-F' Paonia, Colo. I. D. McFADDEN, attorney an& Counselor at c Xaw. « Will practice In State and Federal Court# PAONIA. COLO. FRED N. DICKERSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office .'124 Main DELTA. COLO. Htlet Eiamintd Conveyancing Done GEO. O. BLAKE LAWYER Paonia, Colorado L. R. SHALLENBERGER CIVIL AND MECHANICAL CNGINCCS Paonia. Colorado Co-Op Phone No. 100 Office Oppuolte P. O. TOWN ENGINEER C. B. HAMILTON, Dentist Careful Attention Given to all Classes of Dental Work Call or Phone for APPOINTMENT HOURS—ft %• m. to sp. m. Offlc*** tn KENNEDY KUILDINO CO-OP PHONE Grande Avenue SOMETHING WICBI I have lost ptsrhased and have on display a Most Beaattfol Line of FANCY Statto’ery tn nice Convenient packages. Yon shcnld Examine my line. NOTHING NICER NOTHING CHEAPER H. O. HUBBARD Those HEAVY QUILTS are too unwieldly to have laundered at home suc cessfully. We can do them Better and Quicker. SPECIAL PRICE Of 25c EACH The PAONIA STEAM LAUNDRY F. C. SCHMID, Manager. PHONE CO-OP 24 ’ * Girl Willing to be Raffled A good looklnK young woman who can cook and keep hour, wrote a letter to a Kansas City newspaper, stating that she 1* willing to he rallied off to a man who will (jive her a home. At some length .lie de tail. her ijuallflcatlona a. a cook aod housekeeper and says she wlllderote her time to this end tor any worthy and genteel man who will provide her with a borne. She ha. no objec tions to m widower and would eren consider one with a child. Weary of the humdrum of huatnesa Ilfs In a down town office, she says, has driven her to this unique way ot placing herself before the wife-hunt ing part of the public. Fresh Candies—Good to eat, at Dunbar’s. DIRECTORY Town Officials Mayor, Clarence Nelson Recorder, \ Mvrt i e p a i-t Treasurer, / Mjr,,e 1 Electrician, W. It. Jewell Maralm), J. A. Boston Water Commlntdouer . W. 11. Jewell Engineer, It. L. Hhiillenberger Trustees, C. C. Hawkins, A. J. < nsteil. EE. Hufty.W. H. Baker. 1L A. Bryant, W. F Canine. County Oficial* Clerk and Recorder, H. K. Ulhhs. Treasurer, N. J. Bradley Sheriff, I. 11. Williams Assessor, S. L. Cockreham Judge, C. H. S'ewart Supt. of Schools, Mildred Anderson Surveyor, Geo. C. Vickery Coroner, Dr. C. H. Buraia Attorney. George Stephen* Commissioner .Hrd Dlst., A. L. Roberta Commissioner 2nd Dlst., W. E. Steele Commissioner Ist Dlst., Ge<». Wilson State Official* Governor, Hon. John F. Shnfroth State Supt. of Public Instruction, Kutb**rlne M. Cook State Legislators Senator. Hon. Horace T. I>e Long Representative, Dr. J. A. Whiting. Ecker* Churches CONGREGATIONAL CHI'R< H—Sunday 10:00 n. m. Morning Worship 11:00 n. in. Christian Endeavor 0:30 p. in. Kventnx ser vice 7:80 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:80 p. m. Teachers training clhms 7:80 p. m. Thursday at the parsonage. Juntos Choir at the pnrsounge Friday 7:80 p. m Senior Cboirat the parsonage Saturday 7:80 p . m. Kcuknk 11. Robinson Pastor. M. E. CHURCH— Preaching on Sunday at 11:00 a. ni. and 7:«o y. in. Class meeting at close of morning service. Sunday school at i*:4r» a. in. Junior League at 8:f»0 p. m. Ep. worth league at 0:80 p m Prayer meet, lag Wednesday at 7:Ho p ni Chorus prae. tire Friday at T .'to A cordial tuvltatlon ami hearty welcome to nil J. q. Vkm million. Pastor. CHRISTIAN cm;RCH—Every Lord’s Day Sunday scho«d 10:0o a. ni. Preaching aer vices 1 I'Hi U. m. au<l 7HOp. m '. E. Prayer Meeting o. m. Mid week Prayer meet, lag every Widteeday 7 |> ni C. G. Sto« t. Pastor. Lodge Director} Rojhl Neighbors of America, tha cheapest Insurance Order. First Wednesday evenings, bunlnt*** meet ing. Masonic hall Third Tuesday afternoon** auclaJ meeting at mem* bera home**— Delia 11 auks, < truck* K Inez Brown, Recorder Dr. Harry A. Smith Of Delta, Kye, Kir, Nose and Throat specialist, will be at the Paonia hotel the Second Tuesday ot every month Glasses F tied A. D. CATTERSON, M. D. —PHYSICIAN *no SURGEON- S|M*clnl nilcnUon given to Kym. Hsr. No..- «nd Throat Olnxnrx Fitted Ca-ap ?*#*#. Is Bath asp (MBca o«cs Third Street. oppa*it« Mevspeper Office Congregational Ladies Bazaar The ladies of the Congrrga* tional church arc making prepara* tioni lor a Christmas Bazaar to be held in the Kennedy building, "econd door, Saturday, Dec. 17th. There will be many articles on sale especially adapted for Christ m*» Rifts, moderate prices. Don’t buy until you have .chance to see the beautiful art'cles. J. C. Williams, who has been here a couple of days looking over the country in company with W. fc. Taylor of the Taylor & Bird real estate firm, left for his home ,n Denver ver-day mornin C . Hoy,; I Don I lon China at iv t:r. muxs.