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THE LAMAR REGISTER
PdMtaM Weekly fry
GBO. B. MPUULL
Biter «i PeMUnr
Subscription price $1.60 per year.
Entered et the Peetefflee at Lamer.
Colorado, as ascend'Olaae matter.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1911.
THE TAX LEVIES
Tlie ToUtl itemaUw About the Siuiro
a h Last Year
The commissioners last week had
tlie job or levying the taxes for
the ensuing year, and it kept them
occupied for several days. While
these taxes are certified by the com
missioners, most of them are levied
by other bodies and officially cer
tified by tiie commissioners, and
they have no option b it to maJce
the levy
The state tax amounting to 4.1
mills, the school levies ranging
(Tom 2 or 3 mills in Lamar, the
town levies from 10 to 37 mills, and
the big irrigation levies, were all
made before the commissioners met.
It was only the county levies
amounting to 19'A mills that were
made by them.
The county Levies were held down
to within 14 mill of last year al
though the heavy expense of court
Investigations of officials and liti
gation growing out of It forced
material raise in the levy for the
ordinary county fund.
The complete levies for Lamar
total 83 7-20 mills. Just 7-20 mills
larger than last year. The levies
for the entire county are as fol
lows:
HtMLm
Total levy 4.1
Uraitty
Ordinary county 6 1-8
General purposes 10
General school 2
interest on bonds 3-18
Support of poor 1-2
Special contingent 6-16
Immigration 1-8
Total 19 1-4
High School Districts
No. 1 3
No. 2 2 1-2
No. 3 1 1-2
No. 4 3
Total 10
l.smar Tows
General h
Interest 2b
Streets and alleys I
Judgment fund 6
Public library l
Total 27
Granada Town
General fund 1U
Total lb
Hartman Town
General ; la
Interest 16
Streets and alleys 6
Sinking fund 2
Total $7
Wiley Town
Interest ]4
Water works I
General 4
Streets and alleys 2
Total; 3b
Holly Town
General 6
Interest 14
Total 20
Irrigation Tax
Mammoth Dist 146 mills
llent-Prowers Dlst 64 mills
Valuation for district purposes
36.00 per acre.
School Districts
DlsL No. Spec. l<nt. Sink
1 16 6
2 2 —1
3 8
4 16
6 3
6 16 1 2
7 3
8 13 1U 3
9 10
10 10 1H
11 3 2 1
12 6H
13 16 11
14 17 2% 1
The Clothes that We Show You to be Slipped on and
Worn Away, are Not Cut by Machinery
Like Some Clothes
They ere TAILORED by experts in real tailor shops where each tailor works by himself at a bench
and gets paid for the good work he does, not for the quantity of the work he puts out.
Suits $8.50 to $27.50 Overcoats $lO.OO to $25.00
Raincoats $lO.OO to $22.00
PROTECTION
You need it most for
your feet these days and
your health depends on
-Two light-weight your shoes. Take no
fabncs in one; with * ™
air space between.” chances.
1 Hls clever and truly
scientific idea has taken the __________
masculine fancy and good r L I
sense by storm. Hut don’t Mens Dress Shoes $2,75 to $5,00
ait fora storm before you fr~ - ‘J9 y
buy. Better come in today Mens High Cut Shoes ________ —A ATq f
S nd lock at this ideal un-
: or wear while out assort- //in top $4.00 to $5.50 Yj l
:ot is at its l»est. |f^|
Mens High Cut Shoes \
Win top $7,00 to $7.50
Boy, High Cut Shoes $2.75 to $3.75
16 6
16 8 1—
17 11
18 3
19 3
20 11 11
21 6
22 16
23 6
24 7
25 6
26 12
27 7% ft 2
28 10 2
29 10
30 16
31 15 1 2 1
32 .I 3 1 Vfc
33 2
34 3
35 16 1—
36 10
37 10
38 16
39 6
'4O 10
1 41 15 ~ -
Don’t fall to see “Uncle Josh” at
the blgb school auditorium on Nov.
2 4th. Tickets now on sale at the
c p to-Date drug store. Seats will
be reserved Wednesday, Nov. 22,
9 a. m.
FV>r a good dinner next Satur
day go to the Santa Fe restaurant.

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