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SALE OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT
LANDS Notice is hereby given that I will eell at public auction, to the highest • responsible bidder, on the 20th day of September. 1915. at 2 o'clock P. 11.. at the oltlce of The State Hoard of Land Commissioners. Capitol Building. Den ver. Colorado, the folowlng described lands, situated in Prowers County. Colorado, viz: "0 »j -3 53 ' -S ? * 1 % 5 i :b5 ; a a : : “ si S? : : I s n • • : o • o a•| ; ® : _ _ : : I . . *4 or N\v*4 28 22S 45W $7.50 fi\V *4 Of SW *4 21 22S 45W $..50 Subject to any or all easements or |Ki. is of way heretofore legally ob- , and now in full force and ef fect. If any there be. it serving, however, to the State of 1. Colorado all rights to any and all min erals. ores and metals of every kind ami character, and all coal, asphaltum. ' oil. and other like substances in or un (di-i said land. and.the right of ingress Rami egress for the purpose of mining. I ntogether with enough of the surface of i he same as may be necessary for the | proper and convenient working of such i minerals and substances 11 If No land will be sold at less than the !| Binii Itimm price per acre. as given J, Kimivi-. The parcels will he sold in the I. above order, and eacli tract will be sold , •s described above —be the same more i or less. Terms of payment shall be as fol- i lows, viz: On lands selling for $3.5" to >25 per acre. 10 per cent of the pur chase money on the day of sale, the bHi nice in eighteen equal annual pay ments at" 6 per cent per annum. Lands selling at more than $25 per acre amU les.- than $75 per acre. 20 per cenr cash on the day of sale, the bal ance in fourteen equal annual pay ments at 7 per cent per annum ' La ds selling for $75 and upwards. 30 pel cent cash, arid balance In seven equal annual payments at 7 per cent < interest. If the purchaser does not : oh i the improvements, he must pay i for the same at sale. Purchaser will execute bond, as provided in Section . 28. Vet of July 11, 11*05; must be a cit izen of the United States, or one who ■ has dwclared his intention of becoming ; such; must pay appraisement and ad- i •, verUsing fees. The Board reserves the right to re- . K Ject any and all bids. It No sale shall become effective until I approved by the State Land Hoard. Application No. A3668. I Date sale ordered by Hoard. 7-24-1915. Date of sale. September 20th. 1915. JOHN F. VIVIAN. Register State Board of Land Commis sinners. First pub. Aug. 25, 1915. laist pul> Sept. 15, 1915. , NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS Office of the State Board of Land Com- ; inlssioners, Denver. Colo., Aug. 7th, ; 1915. 4 , j! Notice is hereby given that E. J. J Wagner, whose postoffice address is L»- : mar. Colorado, has made application ; No. A 4337 to lease the following de- ; scribed indemnity School Lands, situate , in Prowers County. Colorado, to-wit: < Lots Nos. 1. 2. 6. 7 and 10 of Section < 2, Township 21 S.. Range 47 W - Lots Nos. 3. 4. 5. 8 and 9 and the j HWV* of Section 3. Township 21 8.. Range 47 W. _ . * Lota Nos. 1, 2. 3. 4,5, 6. 7.8, 9 and it and tiie SWV4 of Section 4. Township 21 S. Range 47 W. Lots Nos. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 and 4 the BEV Section 6. Township 21 S.. Range 47 W. * NEV* And WV4 of Section 28. Town- i ship 20 8., Range 47 W. EH of Section 29. Township 20 S.. h Range 47 W. _ Nft of Section 82. Township 20 S.. Range 47 W. „ NE*r 4 and WVi of Section 33. Town ahi 20 8.. Range 4 7 W WVi of Section 34. Township 20 S.. Range 47 W. Notice is further hereby given that all other persona desiring to file an ap plication to lease this tract of land must file the same in this office prior to Sept. Bth. 1915. as no other applica tion to lease the above described lands will be considered after said date. JOHN F. VIVIAN Register State Board Land Commis sioners. First pub. Aug. 11. 1916. Last pub. Sept. 1. 1916. NOTICE State of Colorado. County of Prowers, sa IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL. DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF* COLORADO IN. \N'D FOR PROWERS COUN TY. COLORADO In the matter of the examina tion. approval and confirma tion of the proceedings of the Board of Directors of The May Valley Drainage District, in and about the or ganization of aaid District, the issuance and aale of bonds of the said district NOTICE and each and all of the pro ceedings for the organiza tion of said district, and of all other proceedings which may affect the legality or vn 1 id 11 j of said bonds. Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of August. A. D. 11*15. there was filed with the clerk of this Court and In this court a petition by the Board of Directors of The May Valle) Drainage District setting forth the pro ceedings had and done in and about the organization of said district, and the issuance and sale of bonds of the 8&iu district, and that said petition has been by order of this court set for hearing in this court upon Monday, the 20th day of September. A. D. 1»16. at the hour of two o clock 1 M. of said day ut the court house In Lamar, in the county of Prowers anr State of Colorado, and that the said time and place was by said order of this Court fixed for the hearing of the said peti tion and the prayer of the suid petition ers. and that any person Interested in Ho- organization of said district or in the proceedings for the Issuance and of said bonds may on or before \h. date of said tlm« so Bud for the hearing of said petition demur to or answer the said petition and the clerk ■ of this Court was by said order author (zed and directed to give and publish a notice of the filing of an d petition snd that the HUM is on file in this court and to cause notice to be given ► and published for three sucesslve weeks in The Lamar Register, a pub lic newspaper published In the County of Prowers and State of Colorado, and in which county the office of the said district Is situated. All persons are therefore hereby noti fied of the filing of said petition and of • the i in.' 1 M . for the hearing thereof, that by the 1 said petition the said petitioners pray: , that each of the proceedings In and about the organization of the said dis trict. the election and qualification of , its officers, the establishment of Its boundaries, tha voting, authorization, I .issuance and sale of its bonds, the levying of the special assessments on [each tract of land embraced in said district for benefits to be received by the contemplated drainage thereof, said ‘land being classified according to the legal or recognized sub-division on u graduated scale, and each and every of me matters and tilings set forth in the .*• lid petition be examined, approved and i:i all things confirmed by this court and for a decree of this court in all tilings confirming and approving each and all of the proceedings in any manner had in and to tiie organization of tne said The May Valley Drainage district, and tiie issuance and sale of oonds of the said district, and the levy ing of the special assessments therein j and Tor any such further order and de cree as may be proper in the premises, and that any person interested may on ••r before said day demur to or answer said petition. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have hereunto set my hand and seal of said court this 11th day of August, A. D. 1915. A. IJ. DOWNER. (Seal> • Jerk of the District Court of Prowers County, State of Colorado. First pub. Aug. 11. 1915. Last pub. Sept. 15, 1915. OFFICE OF THE COMPANY Luinur, Colorado, July 29. 1915. i ! The stockholders of The Two Buttes Irrigation and Reservoir Company are hereby notified that tiie annual meet ling of the said company will be held ai JsaTd offiqe, on Monday, the 30th day of i August. A. D. 1915, at the hour oi one o'clock I*. M. for the election of direc tors und for the transaction of such other business as may be brought be fore It. W. C. GOULD. Secretary. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF CITY BONDS Office of City Treasurer. Lamar, Colo rado, August 18, 1915. Notice is hereby given that I will re deem at my office or at the Chemical National Hank in the City of New Yor*. the following bonds: Sanitary hewer District -No. 1 No. 32 $500.U0 sidewalk and OrndiiiK District No. I No. 18 $500.00 Sldewulk and CradliiK District No. - No. 36 $500.00 Refunding Water llonds No. 2 $600.00 Interest on above bunds will cease after August 28. 1915. E. A. LUNDGREN. City Treasurer. I NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF CITY WARRANTS • Office of City Treasurer, Lamar, Colo | rado, August 18. 1915. I Notice is hereby given that I will re . deem al my office the following war rants: General Kind No. Date of Registry Amount 3967 April 8. 1915 $ 6 00 3985 April 10. 1915 16 00 3970 April 10. 1916 76 00 3962 April 10. 1915 80 00 3988 April 10. 1915 5 00 13972 April 10. 1915 36 00 3989 April 14. 1915 34 14 3984 April 15. 1916 25 00 4047 May 4. 1916 16 00 4031 May 4. 1915 80 00 4049 May 6. 1915 118 * 0 4040 May 6. 1915 75 00 4016 May 7, 1915 16 35 4032 May 8. 1915 5 50 4035 May 8. 1915 £ 18 4041 May 8. 1915 2 05 4061 May 8. 1915 5 00 4033 May 11. 1916 8 73 4067 May 11. 1915 2 11 4036 May 18. 1915 I 90 4064 May 18. 1915 >SO 4070 May 18. 1915 5 60 4051 May 19. 1915 Oil 4058 May 19. 1915 5 00 4060 May 19. 1915 .. 6 0.1 Public Llhra.-y I I 3600 June 17. 19l| . .. 37 06 Interest on above warrants wiil cease I after September 18. 1915. E. A LUNDGItEN. City Treasurer. INDUSTRY OF GREAT VALUE Most Essential Service for Humanity Performed by Those Who Manu facture Fertilizers. In the American Magazine Ida M. Tarbell, writing another article in her business series entitled “The Golden Rule In Business,' emphasizes the usefulness of the fertilizer busi ness as an industry. Following is an extract from what she has to say "Few businesses perform a more essential service. Making two blades of grass grow where there was one, or none. Is the useful task of a fer tiliser plant. It serves men, not only by what it produces, but by what it saves. Into its mixture go sub stances derived from otherwise use less waste, the dregs and refuse of great industries. Millions of pounds of trimmings from factories using leather and rubber and felt are turned Into ammoniatea in its incinera tors. From the pomace left from the making of cottonseed and castor oil from the horns and hoofs of the slaughter house, from the remains of fish and meat canneries, are made meals which the soil greedily swal lows. to give back to us later more abundant crops of grain and vegeta bles and flowers. “This waste and its transformation, the making and using of acid, all pro duce smells which cause an active and painful nausea to the unaccus tomed. When men first go to work in the plants they are often unable to eat. or at least to retain food, for a wepk or more. I have never found a doctor who thought this nausea had any more than temporary effects, like the ordi nary seasickness. It Is. however, a painful experience and should be re lieved. if possible." Some System. Rankin—What do you think of the plan of giving cabaret patrons little hammers with .hich to pound on the tables for applause? Phyte—lt fs an extremely ingenious method of turning a knock into u boost. —Judge. To the Progressive Farmers ARE YOU COMING? of the INTCR «|P>M£aJ|s| heven iHE FARMERS' OWN SHOW FX 1 M jf _ # UJU.OUU farmers will n >1 i• 1 cli.u,*.- M. .»« ■Jm I [a /I L „ Rocky Mountain • 'lowing Damonatm'i I mi-leu.xtiii nihihited will inelu » iit tho frtrruor neod* to mak* hi» « -k ~ mil ini.ra _ lunfltehle. Spaaks." «.r. »ul.jx<-t .t*l gx _ _ fcho fnrmnr and ■ i r. • W JL —^ Aak qUM'ioic i ■ INTERNATIONAL MT-FMMIKS CON U 1 DIME! COlO. kJ L(A tVO who are planning to attend the International Dry Farming Congress and Soil Products Exposition, This Is An Invitation to visit our Denver office and see the operation of a big city switchboard. The central office equipment of a large city telephone plant affords a most interesting study to telephone users. It will give you a new interest in your own telephone. It will cause you to marvel at the ingenuity that pro duces a living, efficient service out of a labyrinth of wires and other necessary equipment. It will give you a new insight into what is involved in giving Universal Service. Our General Offices and the Denver Main Exchange are located right on your Show Grounds. The Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co. Tourist - Sleepers f ) J ExpcM ' f ~m-m jppsjvpsp.s ' Cars are large, modern and j comfortable. Dressing and smoking rooms. Ask me for particulars. <;. j. GARVIN, Fat Margaret. It was a history lesson, and the mas ter felt convinced he had told hit boys all the Important features and characters connected with the Wars of the Roses. He therefore proceeded to examine. "Now, boys, what do you know of Margaret of Anjou?" was his first quea tion. A slight pause, and then quite a good show of hands “Well. Jones?" This to a youngstei Bring Me the Broken Pieces mMw -^jr* you a Duplicate ED. APPLEGATE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN wtio was frantically waving his arm bout like a flag signaler working overtime. "She was v-v-very f-f-fat, sir,” stam mered Jones. "Fat! How do you make that out?” queried the master, who had made no mention at all of the lady’s physical charms, and was somewhat in doubt i himself ns to her exact dimensions. ] Opening his textbook, Jones tri umphantly pointed to the following l>assage: "One of Richard's stoutest opponents was Margaret of Anjou." Once Great Waterway. The commercial Importance of tho Adriatic sea throughout tho dark ages and the middle ages was great. This importance was somewhat impaired by the opening of the all sea route to ar.d by the determined growths af the Dutch and English merchant marines. With the opening of the Suez canul and the commercial and Indus al awakening of Italy and Austria rangary, the Adriatic regained much >f its old time significance. The most "lpcrtant commercial points are Trieste, Venice, F*iume, Ancona and Brindisi Venice and Trieste, at the • end of the Adriatic, are the two fore- i For Sale 72 shares of Fort Lyon water. In . quire of Dr. J. S. Hasty. Wanted At once a few loanß. Quick ser vise. Lamar Building &. Loan Aaao ! ciation. See I. H. Myers, Secy. Also 2 or 3 properties for sale cheap. Terms to suit. I F. W. Marshall The Auctioneer The Man Who Sells the Goods and Gets the Money FIRST CLASS REFERENCES For dates Phone Holly 118 W. HOLLY. COLO.