OCR Interpretation


The Paonia progressive and the Paonia newspaper. (Paonia, Colo.) 1911-19??, June 15, 1911, Image 5

Image and text provided by History Colorado

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90051109/1911-06-15/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

SUPPLEMENT TO THE PAONIA PROGRESSIVE
Special Round Trip Excursion Fares
To
California Points and Pacific Northwest
FROM
Main Line Colorado Points
ON THE
DENVER & RIO GRANDE R. R.
"The Scenic Line ot the World"
545 00 to San Francisco, Los Angi-les and San Diego, Calif
sfiOOOtoSan Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego, Calif
One way via Portland or Seattle
Ho 01 to Portland. Ore. Seattle and Tacoma, Wash and
Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.
Tickets on sale June 10 to 22 inclusive
Final return limit Sept. 14, 1911
Through Electric Lighted Pullman Observation Sleep
ing Cars, and Electric Lighted Tourist Sleeping Cars
between Denver and San Francisco, via
RIO GRANDE—-WESTERN PACIFIC
For u I particular*, reservations, etc.. Call on K o Grande
Agent, or address Frank A Wadleigh. G P. A . Denver, Colo.
\\ KLDON HAMMOND. Preu. \V. T. BAKTJKK, Cashier.
THUS T. DLFFIEL.D, Vlce-Pw*.
The FRUIT EXCHANGE
STATE BA INK
Paonia, Colo.
Established 1901. Oldest Bank in Paonia
Capital and Surplus $33,000.00
The Continued Inert'iot*' In Volume of Biinlih*** of till* Hank
and th«* Numler of Its Customer* Ih a Guarantee of It* Safe
and Coi**erv»tlve .Mniiniretiient.
DIRECTORS
WELDON HAMMOND THOS. T. DUFFIELD
Wm WOOTTON W. T. BAETJER
H. L. CURTISS
-WE CARRY A-
Complete Line of Building Material
Let Us Figure on that Bill of Yours
The Gibson-Castell Company
lln. Boland Oliver anil daughter I
Mlhh Altht*dn, arrived hen* on Sun- j'
day evenliiß H train from Farming
ton. New Mexico, to vUlt with Mr. m
Oliver, who linn lK*en here for neveral |
mon tin*.
THURSDAY JUNE!, 15, 1911
W. C. Michael, representing the
| Gltieon Fruit Company of Chicago,
| Mr. Ihlh‘ll of the Mlddendorf Fruit
Tom puny, Chicago, and Chan. Key
| nolds of the Santa Fe railroad were
Paonia visitors Tuesday.
CRAWFORD CHRONICLES
From the Crawford Chronicle
Miss Dessis koss came in from
Correctionville, Iowa, Tuesnay
evening to visit wiih Miss Ethel
Mostiller.
Dr. Hazlet and wife were Craw
ford callers last Friday the Dr.
being called to wait on Mrs. Hen
derson who is very ill.
Several automobile parties from
Paonia and Hotchkiss visited the
Fruitland Reservoir last Sunday
Those who have visited these
works were more than surprised
to see such a big undertaking
b ting carried to completion.
Mrs. Homer Hooker, who has
been visiting relatives in Paonia
the past week, returned home last
Saturday accompanied by her
motnerand sisters.
HOTCHKISS HAPPENINGS
From the HrrtchWtM Hrraid
Miss Kleeb left on Monday for
her home in Woodbine, Iowa.
T C Moritz and son are here
from Faonia this week. Mr.
Moritz has a contract for sawing
the ends oft ot 30,000 aopie boxes
foi the North Fork Fruit Growers’
association.
Lawrence Jacobs and Miss 1
Ethel Stanly were married on
Wednesday evening at 4. R v.
G G Giller officiating. The bride
i' one of the popular young ladies
who nas been teaching in our
schools The groom is a young
man ot sterling character and is 1
employed *t the Hotchkiss Mer
cantiie company.
=r—
From the North Fork Tiro***
The 110 horse power engine for
the N rth Fork Coal company 1
was unloaded lh>s week and will
soon be at w rk hauling supplies
to the mine Work at the mine is'
progressing very rapidly. Some
trouble over the right ot way tor'
the road will delay the company'
in completing the road a> soon
as contemplated
Milo Reynold ot Rogers Mesa,
sold his 50 acre ranch las week to
A. C Marshall ot Denver, who
with his family are now’ living on
the place’ arriving here last week
Mr. Marshall has b* en tor the
; past twenty years with the Daniels
Fisher store in Denver.
DELTA DOINGS
From thr Delta l ounljr Tribune
From the Salt Lake Tribune of
June 1st the following regarding
the graduation of a Delta girl as
a trained nurse is taken: "With
delightful commencement exer
cises Miss Mary O’Connor of
Delta, Colo., graduated a trained
nurse Wednesday night from the
Holy Cross hospital ’’
Mr and Mrs. W H Garvin re 1
turned to Delta Monday from an
ext -nded trip to the various fruit!
sections of the country.
County Commissioner Roberts
was down from Paonia Tuesday.
George Hider and Frank White
of Payne’s mesa were transacting
business in town Monday.
Prof. Dietrich, who alosed a
year’s work in the Delta schools
Friday, left Saturday for the home
of his parents in Helena, Mont.
From the Delta Independent
Dr. Grove made a short visit to
Paonia the latter part of la»t week.
Mrs. John Patchen visited
friends in Hotchkiss and Paonia
the first of this week.
Photographer F. L Ray and
wife were made happy this week
by the arrival ofafineeightp>und
bov.
Forest Supervisor Lowell of the
Battlement Mesa Reserve, was
here from Colbran Tuesday, going
up to Paonia Wednesday.
CEDAREDGE COMMENTS
From thr Surface Creek Champion
Mrs C E. Springer of Grant’s
Pass. Ore. is here visiting her son
i She may decide to locate.
A party composed of J. N. Con
ner, J C R >wt>otham, Koppen
hafer and G. A. Morris went to
look after their interests there
The usual influx ot people to
Cedaredge arrived this week. As
a result the Cedaredge hotel has
been axed to the limit luciuding
the new addition. A goodly num
ber of these people have been
drawn by the big truit crop which
is now coming »n rapidly.
Homeseekers Excursion Rates to Texas
And New Mexico Points During 1911
On the first and third Thursdays
of each month during the entire
year The Colorado & Southern
| Rv will sell round trip homeseck
ers excursion tickets to a great
many points in New Mexico and
Texas at greatly reduced rates
Final limit twenty-five days allow
ing liberal stop over privilege.
F'or detail irformation. rates etc,
call on your nearest Colorado and
Southern Agent or address T. F.
Fisher, General Passenger Agent.
Den ver Colo.
Wanted.
A few first class Real Flstate
Loans, optional payments on
Town Residences, no delay,
money on hand.
C C. Hawkins
Write Frank 11. Dutton, proprletoa
of the Stamllsh Hotel, Denver, Colo.,
and he will mall you full and com
plete Instructions on "How to Save
Money." All correspondence an
swered promptly and cheerfully.
For Sale
One s condhand Mcßonnlck Mow
er In Rood repair, 5 foot cut. In
quire at this office.
1 Celebrate the fourth in Paonia

xml | txt