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Subscription Ilat«*. $2.00 Per Year Entered as second-class matter May 20, lUII, at the post office at Paonia, t'olorado, under the Act of March 8,187 U. San Francisco and San Diego Working Together Special to the Progressive. Washington’ D. C„ August 10. —One of tne most significant things about the great celebration and carnival held in San Disgo on the occasion of the ground break ing cermonies for the Panama Cal ifornia Exposition in 1915,was the presence of the principal officials of the Panama-Pacific Exposition Company from San Francisco. As the whole world now knows, both of these cities are to hold exposi tions in 1915, to celebrate the same event, but they are not riv als; they are friends and allies. Chas.C. Moore, one of the most valuable citizens San Krrncisco ever had, president aud director general of its great exposition, said: "1 am immensely pleased at the progress being made by the people -of San Diego. Their enthusiasm and determination to make their exposition a eredit to the State is a laudable one, and deserves our commendation, ‘ The exposition at San Diego will not only be of great advantage to San Francisco and Eos Angeles but to every city in California. ’ Reuben B. Hale, Vice-Pres. of the San Fransisco Exposition, and said to be the originator of the idea to hold it, said; “The San Fransisco deligation was very much impressed with the celebration ac San D ;go. They recognize that an exposition at the southernmost part of California working in harmony and conjunct ion with the Panama-Pacific Inter national Exposition in San Fran cisco, will undoubtly keep all vis itors in California for a much longer period than would other wise be possible.” DELTA DOINGS From the Delta County Tribune Oswin Rowbotham, the young attorney who has been practicing at Cedaredge. is now in the office of W. H. Burnett in Delta and will follow his profession in this city. Harry Williamson, the druggist, left lor Denver Wednesday to Annual Sai l fllc l I I Excursion To SAiyr LAKE CITY August IS, 1911 VIA EIO GRANDE Tickets on Sale August 15 Final return limit September 3, 1911. Tickets will be good going only on date of sale and for continuous [pas sage in both directions. Round Tround Rates, Special Train Schedule Leave Somerset 8:30 a. m.—Fare, $12.50 “ Paonia 8:55 a. m.— “ 12.05 “ Hotchkiss 9:25 a. m.— “ 11.65 For Special Train Arrangements and other Information SEE RIO GRANDE AOEINT or addicts FRANK A. WADLEIGH, G. P A., Denver meet Mrs. Williamson and ac company her home from a visit to relatives in the extreme eastern part of the state. George Nix, son of William Nix of Austin, chopped off one of his fingers while at work at the Hidden Treasure mine at Lake City last week. Since then blood poisoning is reported to have de veloped and his condition is said to be serious. From the Delta ludependeut The Western Land an ! Sugar company has taken one more proper step in erecting an assay ing building at Delta and arrang ing to test the beets here where th y are raised. All appl - ance for making analysis of the deets will be installed ready by the time the crop begins to har vest and the chemists of the com pany will be moved here to do the work All the beets grown in Delta and Montrose counties are to be tested at the Delta labora tory of the company. Potatoes have been load it at Delta the past week at the rate of about five carloads a day. At the prices paid this means an average of about £BOO per car or $4,000 worth a day. The engagement of Miss Paul irid Wilsoil Worth, a iormeJ Delta won.an, and Horace Parlin Ham lin, snown as the handsomest man in New York, has been an nounced here. HOTCHKISS HAPPENINGS From the North Fork Time* J. W. Miller and wife of Glen wood, lowa came in Tuesday evening to visit with their daught er, Mrs. Tom Pierse, Jr. Joe Kemp of San Hernideno, California, is with the North Fork Fruit Growers herein the capacity of packing boss, of which he is an expert. Johnny Miller and wife of Pao nia visited with Tom Pierce Jr. and wife the first of the weed. Rovenia Holybee left Tuesday morning for Like City where she wiil_v s t her sister. Merle Nelson of Paonia has charge of the Nilson Brothers Fruit business here The Nelsons expect to do a large business in fruit this season. From the Hotchkiss flerni'l Ira Nelson was here the first of the week looking after business matters. J. E Hanson brought in about 1500 head of cattle the first of the week and they were taken up on the Leroux creek range. Prof, and Mrs. Geo. Melchcr of Springfield, Mo', spent a portion SUMMONS STATE OF COLORADO. 1 County ot DiJta. IN THE DISTRICT COL'UT J. E. Winatnnler, Rliilmlß. Orpha Morgan, Orpha Morgan I Summon* a* Guardian « »f theEstatcofTat*- j so Morgan, a Minor, find Tasso | Morgan, a Minor, I Defendants. 1 The People of the State of Colorado To Orpha Morgan, oridia Morgan an Guardian of the estate of Tasso Morgan, a minor, and Tasso Morgan, u minor, the de fendants above named, GREETING: You are hereby required to appear in au action brought against you hy the above named plaintiffs, in the District Gouri of Delta County, State of Colorado. anil>n*wer the complaint therein within twenty days after the service hereof. If served within this County: or. if served out of this County, or hy publication, within thirty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of aervlce: or judgment hy default will he taunt against you according to the prayer of theeomplalnt: aud If a copy of the complaint in the above entitled action he not served with this sum mons. or If the service hereof he made out of this State, then ten days additional to the time hereinabove specified for appearance aud answer will lie allowed before the taking of judgment hy default as aforesaid. The said action is brought to quiet the right and title of the plaintiff In and to the following described property, to-wit: ••A portion of the Southwest Quarter of the Soutliwest Quarter of Section Thirty-six (86) In Township Thirteen (18) South. Range Ninety-two (i»2 l W.-st of the 6th P. M.. containing twenty-nine *29) acres, hounded and described ns follows: Ilegln ulng at a point fn the llnedlvldlng townships Thirteen >18) ami Fourteen 14) South of Range Xlnety-t wo, distant eighty 1*0) rods east from the pojut of Intersection of the lines dividing Section? thirty-five i 8.”) ami thirty-six (86) of Township Thirt«-en (18) and S‘ctlous one f 1 ) and two (2) of Town ship Fourteen 114] South of Range Ninety two 192] West; thence North along the line of Oliver and Plewc*’ land eighty [B<»] rods more or less to a point; thence west eighty [Bo] rode more or I**** to a point: thence South Thirty-six [B*s] rods more or less to a point: ihence In a south-easterly direction ninety-oat und three-tenths 'ol.B] rods to place of beginning reserving, however, to John A. Robbins, his heir* and assigns the right to use the road on said lauds ns now jointed oil the west t -l<]y of tUttaeUTl* branch of the rn\in* runniug through said laud, as show uon the plat >-f the former deed. Als-* the WU. of the Wi .of the SR', of the flWt, of See. 86. Two. 18 S . It. 02 West of the 6th P. M. in said Count.* of Delta and State of Colorado, containing ten [lo] m-rcs more or less.” And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear, and t“ answer the said com plaint as above required, the said plaintiffs will cause your default to is- entered and take Judgment against you In accordance with the prayer of said complaint. Given under my hand at Puonfa. in said I Fountv, this 24th day of June, A. D. 1011. MEItLSD. VINCENT. St Attorney for Plaintiff. of the week here, leaving yester day foi Hotchkiss. They own a 40 acre tract on Surface creek which they had never seen. To Our Subscribers We sent out Ht&teiuentM to u large numlier of our*ubecrll>cr* a few day* ago and a few have remitted auil havfe our appreciation for tlielr re*- pon*e. The amount In arrearage amount* to hundred* of dollar* und we need the money. We hope those knowiug themselves Indebted on nub ncrlptlon* will call and settle the name at once. Those doing so will be allowed a lilierul di*connt for the amount If In urrear* more than *lx iu mi tint. Till* may not seem ranch to the subscriber* but It amounts to a great deal to u*. Methodist Church. Sunday Morning Worship at 11 o'clock Theme, The Aftermath of a great ex perience. No evening services on account of W. C. T. I*, service* which will l»e held In the Christian church. Stinduy school at 9:45 a. in. Junior league at J p. in. Epworth League at 7 p. in. The League services are now Itelng well attended and are very profitable to all. Annual conference meet* August .'JO at Colorado Springs. Let each one of a* work in closing up the year’s work. A hearty welcome to stranger* to all above services.—J. 12. Vermillion, pastor. Christian Church Sunday Aug. IJ. Sunday hcliojl 10:00 a. m. Preaching service 11:00 a. in ChrlHtian Endeavor 7:00 p. in. Choir practice Saturday 8:00 p. m. A most cordial welcome to all of ourservlce*.—(’has. <4. Stout, pastor Anyrmo sending a sketch und description tuny quW sly ascertain #»ur opinion froo whctln r in invent l«i . is prohnlily pittentnhle. < ••minuiilrn llons si rirt I y confident Inl. Ilnndbook on Patents sent frc«. oldest agency for somring pntent*. Pat flits tnkfii through Munn A Co. receive tp'cial notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely tllmrtrated weekly. Laraest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a r ear: four months, 9L Sold by nil newsdealers. MUNWSCo.*” I*"—'HewYgrt 1 *"—'HewYgrt P i .-trior 7* C You ( YOUR ) Newspaper i You subscribe for a newspaper for the news it carries, the editorials it prints and the advertisements it runs. You judge a paper by these features. The Denver Times combines these requisites to a nicety of perfection. Its fearlessness, its honesty and its high ideals are the pride of its readers. At 45 cents a month, seven issues a week, it offers pos i tively the greatest value your money can buy. Join its ever-growing list of subscribers now. Merely fill in this coupon and mail today. Until further natice. taud ma The Dernier Time*. Daily and Sunday Bam# - Address. 45c > Month. 55 20 a Ycir-Sc.en Isxuex • Weak "ELDON HAMMOND. Pre», W. T. BAKTJF.It, Cashier. THUS. T. DUFFIELD, Vlce-Pres. The FRUIT EXCHANGE STATE BANK Paonia, Colo. Established 1901. Oldest Bank in Paonia Capital and Surplus $35,000.00 The Continued Increase In Volume of Business of thin Hank and the Number of It* rti*toint‘r* 1* a Guarantee of It* Safe and Con*ervatlve Management. 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 Real Estate Taylor & Hamilton are prepared to show some good bargains in productive ranch properties. We can trade your ranch for income property in Denver or Boulder, also have some lowa farms for exchange for improved ranches near I’aoma No trouble to show property to those desiring to do bnsmess. Call at our office at the Progressive office PAONIA, COLORADO Homeseekers Fxcursion kales to Texas And New Mexico Points burin* 1911 On the first and third Thursdays of each monih during the entire year The Colorado & Southern Ry. will sel'round trip homeset ti ers exenrsion tickets to a great many points tn New Mexico and Texas at greatly reduced rates. Final limit twenty-five days allow ing liberal stop over privilege. For detail information, rates etc, call on your nearest Colorado and Southern Agent or address T. K, Fisher, General Passenger Agent, Denver Colo. A. A. KIINO DENTIST Office .Id Kt. flours 8 to 5 Phone t’o-op jr, or Colorado 201 E. G. SHAN'roN Painting - Paperbanging Decorating Paonia - Colo. Residence - 507 Third Street W rite Frank 11. 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