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Department of (lie Interior. U. B. load Office at Pueblo, Colorado. Sap. M, I*oB. notice M hereby given that Walter Manatee, of Canon City, Colorado, who, on June 11, IMS made Home ataad Entry No. 14875, Serial No. tUK, for NWK BEK. EH BWK. tot S, aeetlon l», township 18 S.. range 8* W, Sth principal meridian, has Hied notice of Intention to make final com mutation proof, to establiah claim to the land above described, before Clerk District Court, Fremont county, at Canon City, Colorado, on the 10th day of November. IMB. Claimant names as wltneasea: R. E. Nelson, Bert Reynolds, Wil liam George, Lena Nelson, all of Can on City. Colorado. 8. A. ABBEY, Register. First pub. Oct. 1, I*oB. Last pub. Nov. S, IMB. Notice far Publication—Coal Entry. Linn Office at Pueblo, Colo.. Sep tember 83, IMB. Notice Is hereby given that Clara L Story of Canon City, county of Fre mont state (or territory) of Colorado, has this day Bled In this office Appli cation to Purchase, under the pro visions of section 1347, U. 8. Revised Statutes, the NEK SWK of section 17, township 1* S., rangs 70 W. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described, or de alring to object for any reason to the sale thereof to applicant, ahould file their affidavits of protest In this office on or before the 16th day of Nov. IMB. otherwise the application may be al lowed. & A. ABBEY. Register. First pub. Oct. 1, IMS. Last pub. Nov. 13, IMB. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Pueblo. Colorado, Sept. 36. IMB. Notice la hereby given that Walter Measles, of Canon City, Colorado, who, on September 17, IMB made Timber and Stone Entry Serial No. •1011. for lot 4 (or NWK SWK.) sec tion I*. township 18 8., range 6* W„ 6th principal meridian, has Bled no tice of Intention to make Anal proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before clerk District court, Fremont county, at Canon City, Colo rado on the Sth day of December, I*oB. Claimant names as witnesses: R. E. Nelson, Thomas Geringer, William George. Harry Reynolds, all of Canon City. Colorado. 8. A. ABBEY. Register. First pub. Oct. 1, I*oB. Last pub. Dec. 3, IMB. Nettee Far PnbEenMsn. Department of the Interior. D. S. Land Office at Pneblo, Colorado. October 10. I*oo. Notice Is hereby given that William P. Mendenhall, of Canon City. Colo rado. who. on October 33. IM3. made Homestead Entry No. 13008. Serial No. 01334, ter Lot 4; BEK SWK: Sec. 7; Lot 1; NEK NWK. Section 18. town ship 17 8.. Range 73 W.. 4th Principal Meridian, has Bled notice of Intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed. before the Clerk of the Dis trict court, at Canon City. Colorado, on the 30th day of November. I*oo. Claimant names aa wltneasea: Joseph D. Dunfee. of Canon City, Colorado. Willis P. Mink, of Canon City. Colorado; C. M. Conroy, of Mlea nlte. Colorado; John Baxter, of Canon City, Colorado. S. A. ABBEY. Register. First pnb. Oct- 16. I*oB. last pub. Nov. 1». I*oB Notice Per PabWenHen. Department of the interior. O. S. Land Office at Pueblo. Colorado. October 10. I*oB. Notice Is hereby given that Be rut Nelsson. of Canon City. Colorado, who. on September 31. I*o3, made Home stead Entry No. 13816. Serial No. 0118, for NEK NWK NWK. NWK NEK NWK, EK NEK NWK. NK NEK. BEK NEK. section 12. township 18 8.. Range 70 W.. 6th Principal Meridian, has Died notice of Intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore the Clerk of the District court, at Canon City. Colorado, on the 34th day of November. 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: William McKlnnlV. George Gregory. B. N. McShane. Frank Steinmeler. all of Canon City. Colorado. 8. A. ABBEY, Register. First pub. Oct. 18. 1908. Last pub. Nov. I*. I*oB Notice ef Final Settle meat. In the Matter of the Estate of Wil liam H. Stover. Deceased NoUce la hereby given, that on Mon day the 16th day of November. A. D. I*oB, being one of the regular days of the September term of the county court of Fremont county. In the state of Colorado, I. Cora E Monce. Adminis trate of said estate, will appear be fore the Judge of said court, preaeut my final settlement aa auch adminis tratrix. pray tbs approval of the sum and Will then apply to be discharged aa such admlnlstartrlx. At which tlnv and place any person In Interest nmv appear and present objections to the same If any there be. Dated at Canon City. Colorado. Oc tober 13. I*oB. CORA A. MONC -. Administratrix of the estate ( Wil liam H. Stover, deceased. First pub. Oct. lE. IMB. Uit pub. Nov. 13, 1908 Nettee. State of Colorado. ) )ns. City and County of Denver.) The undersigned. Charles Boettcher, aa President, and 0. W. Bartholomaw, as Bscratary, of The Colorado Port land Cement Company, a corporation existing nndar and by virtue of the laws at tha State of Colorado, do here by osrtlfy that, at a tegnliy called mooting of the etaakhoteeca of too said corporation, bp a unanimous vote of tee steak of tha aaM oampaay, a* saidmasting. day ofOtn ffiamivteg'iba said aarporaSaa taTton asrdmma with tea by-laws at aaM snmpaay and the tewTte&a state of fisat MM tear Mary te prtpara. pater the signatures of tha President and Secretary and attested by the Secre tary under the seal of said company, a notice of said dissolution; the asms to be made in triplicate and to be re corded In the office of the recorder of deeds in the City and County of Den ver, In the Countv of Fremont, and In the office of the Secretary of State of the state of Colorado. And, in accordance with said reso lution. the said President and Secre tary. as President and Secretary of said The Colorado Portland Cement Company, hereby give notice of the dissolution of the corporate existence of the said company, on thin 10th day of October, IMS. In witness whereof, we have here unto subscribed our names, as Presi dent and Secretary respectively of the said corporation, and affixed here to the corporate seal, this 10th day of October. 1000. CHAB. BOETTCHER. President. G. W. BARTHOLOMEW, Secretary. First pub. Oct. 16. 1008. Last pub. Nov. 10. IMB. Nettee af Probate ef WIIL State of Colorado.) County of Fremont.) In the County Court, In Probate. The People of the State of Colorado to Jennie Law, A. E. Law, Alice D. Hawk. Walter F. Law. Lillie Will holt, Sarah Law. Lucy Metcalf. Hat tie Law, Sarah law and Nell Law. Greeting: Whereas, It has been made to ap pear to the County Court of FrOmont county. In the Btate of Colorado, that you are the heirs at law, devisees and legatees of Edwin Law, deceased, and that all of you excepting Jennie Law, Walter F. Law and Lillie WlllholL re side out of the State of Colorado, Now, therefore, In accordance with the provisions of the statute In such case made and provided, and by order of Court duly made and entered, you are hereby notified that au Instru ment of writing purporting to be the last will and testament or the said Edwin Law, deceased, was presented to said Court ter probate on the 6th day of October. A. D. 1906. by Jennie Law. residing at Canon City, in the State of Colorado: that the said de cedent was, at the time of his decease, a resident of Fremont, In the State of Colorado, that tha said decedent, ac cording to the said alleged will de vised and bequeathed his property in the words and figures following, to wlt: After the payment of my Just; debts and my funeral expenses, I will, give, devise and bequeath all my per-! sonal property of every nature and, kind to my wife, Jennie, and to her! helm and assigns forever, wherever' the same may be situated or tennd; 1 do hereby give, devise and be-; queath to my said wife. Jennie, one half of all my real property and one- 1 half of all my mixed property, onto her. and her heirs and assigns for ever; the other half of my real and mixed property of every sort. 1 here by will, devise and bequeath, unto her, my said wife Jennie, tor and dar ing her natural life, together with the: rents, tssues and profits thereof; and,: at her (my wife's) death said prop erty hereby given to her for her nat ural life, I hereby give, devise and bequeath unto my son Walter, and af ter him unto his heirs and assigns forever, but subject first to the pay ment of the sum of five hundred dol lars to each of my nieces Sarah and lecy. daughters of my brother Sam uel. and also subject (first) to the payment of fire hundred dollars to sash of my nieces Hattie. Sarah and Nell, daughters of my brother. Thom as. and also subject first to the pay ment of fifty dollars to be paid to my daughter Alice Law Hawk, and also subject to the payment of a like sum of fifty dollars to be paid to my son Albert E. Law. and also subject to the payment of fifty dollars to be paid to my daughter Lilly M. Wlllhoit—these payments (6150) to my said children and those said payments (*500) to each of my said five nieces, shall be first paid out of said half which I have herein given to my wife for and dur ing her natural life, the same to be paid after the death of my said wife —• then the remainder of this half then to go to my said son Walter. (The real property and the mixed property in this will referred to, are described in those instruments re corded at page 303 in book 67; at page 417 In book 69; at page 303 In book 69; and at page 416 In hook 67: of the records of Prowers County. In the State of Colorado.) You are hereby notified to be and) appear befo-e said court at the county court room •! the court house In Can on City. In • lie county of F remnnt in the state • : Colorado, on the 34th day, of November, A D. IMS. then and; there to attend the hearing on the probate of the said alleged last will and testament of the said Edwin Law, deceased, and further to do and per form what shall then, by the said court be required and adjudged. In witness whereof, I have hereun to set my hand and affixed the seal of • aid court at my office In Canon City, 'ii said county, this 10th day of Oc tober. A. D. IMS (Seal) JAMBS L. COOPER. Clerk. First pub. Oct. 16. IMB. Last pub Nov. 19. IMS Try a Dully Record Want Ad. R«IUbU Amrt OoM • .711 OteM sa4 Sihrvr._ UN iMd T» | Gold. Hive, OtepMr .. \M PiteeOT |«M, fwtovta m 4 Hah omtetakk >••4for ftteffi MlHai •*▼«. ui pitatnai Ogdon Affiffiuy Co. ms Cewt Ftoa o—r. Cats, Dr.C. Herman Graves Private Hospital k-Nay examinations hot Aim Treatment 114 Mote Mite Strung Offiae hours 1 to » and T teO p. ■ W. T. UTTLE, M. D. CAffiOW CITY. COLO. Offiou ffioutu. 3:00 te 4:00 p. m. Ok / THE CANON CITY RECORD- THURSDAY, zgoS. the best in v Anientthatyou can I Money Invested In Good Irrigated Land is Absolutely Safe —You Can Always Sell mad Realise Quick Profits or have a Farm of your own with an Independent Income tor t-ne I 10,000 ACRES TO BE SOLD AT ONCE, IN TRACTS TO SUIT } Easy Tor mi No Better Investment Was Ever Offered to You. Irrigated Lend in Cantaloup — ißtntekiy Scaroo^Ated^ Increasing In Value Paster Than Any Other ”Write” LOOK WHERE YOU MAY H"SFtSHE Per Arr# There is no other tract of land in Colorado so favorably k>- rcr Acre cated. which combines no many advantages, where the Net- .. -flJffeTrip'YijnHiNPxjjnl ln per *° D ° tier or investor gets no much for hie money. This land is I j 1 fwjapt jverify our state* Cm MP Off., . cheaper now than any other irrigated land in this state. 1 Ji_. '^menu This SOjar Mtn but It is going tc.advance— and advance jH «d th Last week a special train carrying the La Junta Board of 7UR DESCRIPTIVE BOOK Trade and prominent business men of the valley left La Give detaJled informa tion about crop*. It tell, what you Junta to inspect the recently constructed Otero reservoir. can d 0 on this land. It contains letters of indorsement from They were greatly pleased and predicted that this reservoir some of the most responsible citlsens of La Junta and the will double the value of onr land over the prices we are state. We don’t ask you to take our word for anything. We oow selling at. This w,„ guarantee Investors quick prof,,. to on their investment, and those who buy now will be able to i an( j f or a farm or an investment, you will be the first man take advantage of the raise in prices when they want to sell, that made a thorough investigation and did not tell us.that We have published a letter from one of the greatest ir- had the best land proposition that could be offered to rigation engineers in Colorado, certifying to the adequacy **252? j .... i , K „ L . Make up your mind at once to come to La Junta, ana let I i «“« ® how - vou our land We are Prepared <o t*ke you out 1 J T ™ d sa>in * ,I * at our land ia ** and show you the land at any time. Onr men are at your good as any in this state. service and will give you every attention. Our great irrlgn- D fry / JEATT) NCHIJ tion system has just been completed, and we are going to otsx iwcor turn this land into one of the most prosperous sections In Every person working for a salary ought to begin the ac- the Arkansas Valley, quisitlon of at least a small tract of Irrigated land. REAfEAIBER There is a sense of security about the ownership of land. The purchase of this land is not like baying In a new, un it will make you independent of the whim or caprice of settled or undeveloped community. It is right in the heart employers. ...... . of a rich, populous valley, and our tract extends into the You can put in the bank from the proceeds of ten acres very limits of one of the finest and most promising cities more than you now earn and have the cost of your living „f Colorado La Junta. besides A great tanscontinental railway system has its shops at You will no, have to work so hard as yon do in the store j unta and | U employes $90,000 a month; 3.300 or office, and the occupation is one that will make you m iies of railway are operated from this point. La Junta ta live longer. ... ...... . an excellent market for all kinds of term products. The > Part of our land immediately adjacent to the town dry has a public school system second to none in Colorado, of La Junta Is divided into IK 5 and 10-acre tracts, which ana boasts a library of 12.000 volumes, as well selected as can be had on easy terms.' This is all practically suburban any j n the country. property, and in time will |m regarded as part of the city. Yon can buy this land and feel that you are going to live and will become very valuable Children can walk to fine in , community that Is keeping step with progress, and you schools In a few minutes. can be sure that your future la provided for by the owner- A young man or woman _cannot possibly make a better ah | p of land whose fertility never diminishes, being trrt investment of his saving than In the purchase of these ga ted by the silt-laden waters of the Arkansas river, tracts. —■—■————————— In the Otero Irrigation District the land holders are the EDCC PAfllf CUT THIB OUT proprietors of the water-right, of the canal and the reaer- IIIK OvUn MAIL TODAY, voir. Their rights are protected by wisely-drawn statutes The La Junta Land Company. 270 Santa Fe Ave.. La of the Colorado Legislature. They elect their own directors. Junta Colorado levy their own maintenance assessments, and the county Gentlemen—Kindlv send me at once your free book treasurer, under bond, is the treasurer of the district. about the 10,000 acres of land yon are offering to settlers No other land can participate in the benefits of this great a t I-a Junta Colo., in the Arkansas valley, and full de irrigatlon system without the consent of the growers in tan* of vour plans for settlement, this district. O In the 10,000 acres we are offering for sale, you cannot Name pet far away from the railway or from the main canal, be- _ cause the land extends in a long narrow strip between the Address canal and the Santa Fe for nine miles, with three town- QfT . . altes and three stations within that distance. Furthermore. . < ~ na * ire ” *’ * * * there are three beet sugar factories in Ortero county. Jss*t ** **** lMt mt *" w Th« Price will Advance Shortly—lnvestigate now while you can buy at Ground Floor Prices The La Junta Land Co., 270 Santa Fe Ave. La Junta, Colo. RALLY DAY AT OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY NIGHT A SUCCESS The Republican rally at the opera house Thursday night under the aus pices of the Canon City Colored Taft and Sherman club was well attended end wee an enthusiastic affair. The gathering was addressed by Cxpt. Thomas Campbell of Denver, candi date on the Republican ticket for the legislature, and Geo. M. Gross of Bwink. Colorado, both of whom are clear, logical, convincing speakers. Capl. Campbell’s candidacy for membership in the Sixteenth general assembly of Colorado Is endorsed by the United Spanish War Veterans of this state and he hat won his right to the place he seeks by his educa tional attainments and by patriotic service to his oountry. Capt. Campbell was born In Springfield. Mo., and was a student In Lincoln Institute at Jef- He was apolned to a clerical posi tion in ths aensral land office at Washington and hold It daring the. Harrison administration. Meanwhile his ambition has urgsd him to the study of law and ha was graduated from ths Law Departmeat of Howard Ualvsralty la ISM. So It was that Mr. Campbell was prepared to take up the practice of law at Muskogee that asms year. He served With dteUaattea m * soldier la the ffpaaleh 4 martesa war aad rose to a captalaey by bravery ate miHterl—a era Oust white te the mutant eervtea. it was ha who cap aklo. the leader of the Filipino insur ferson City in that stae for several root ion. Capt. Campbell won his spurs years. in battle and is entitled to the grate ful consideration ot‘ his countrymen in consequence of it. Mr. Gross is also a good campaign er and preached in Canon City Thurs day night. The rally was a good one and can hardly fail to result bene ficially for the cause in which they are enlisted. Music for the occasion was furnished by the Williamsburg quartette. TAX LEVY LAST YEAR WAS TWENTY-FIVE MILLS Alderman Preesuy reminds tha ; Dally Record that the tax levy tor city i purposee twelve months ago wax ! twenty-five mills, instead of twenty mills, me prevtoealy reported, white makee the reduction to eighteen mills tor next year all the more notable. That the eouacli hue bee* able te meet all of It* liabilities while oerry tng ow a raooouihly progressive pro gram of Impmvamaota and. at the acme time save something like 31.800 from the revenues, speaks wall to* wMeaST* **" "" —T * " | Perfect Coffee 1 Can easily be made by anyone at any rime without fire, flame 3 or hiss by using a GENERAL ELECTRIC COFFEE PER- S» S COLATOR. g» 1 Safe, Practical, Clean | 3 'PERCOLATION produces a delicious and healthful bev- S 5 -rage, extracting only the delicate aroma and desirable palatable "S ingredients of the coflee bean, leaving the tannin and other harm- 3^ j ful properties behind. ? 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