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AUDIO FREQUENCY AMPLIFIER UNITS Conßtmotlon of Two l« De scribed, With the Materials That Must Be Purohased. Theoretically any number of trans former coupled stage* of audio fre quency amplltlcatlon can be used. However, due to the amplltlcatlon of atatlc disturbance*, power Urn* Induc tion, tube nolaea. etc., three aiagoa are about the practical limit. If more than three stages are used the nolaea become so loud In comparison with the algnal that It Is difficult to hear the signal. Since audio frequency amplifying transformers ran be purchased at any radio shop and the simplest method of coupling, the construction of two audio frequency amplifier units will be de scribed. The first unit will be arranged to ho used In conjunction with the vacuum lube receiver mounted on the elght lnch square horizontal base board, pre viously mentioned In this column The *7fzmn < ennd unit will !»*• mounted on a verti cal panel four inches wide and six tin hes high to match up" with the ■ <•! \actram tube d* dhc-l recently in this column. lie following standard apparatus w l have !*• he purchased at a radio t •• . re in order to construct an il’i.T unit to he used ill <*onJunc -Iloli with either receiver. 'Mo- amplifying transformer, cost <»! • vucuuiu tube (for aiupltller). Office door signs; enameled, brass. C’all and see sample. C. A. Hansen, 112*/** So. Main. Any afternoon. IF Coover Can’t Fix It, Throw It Away! C OOVER, THE TAILOR Phone 178 W 500 S. 6th $lOO,OOO to Loan on Farms Liberal terms, optional payment. Am also in the market for some good city loans at 7 per cent. See me— I. H, MYERS One vacuum tube socket, coal sl. i One filament rheostat, cost about sl. I Seven binding posts, cost about 70 j The amplifier unit to be used with ihe eight-inch square horizontal base hoard Is mounted on a base three Z ay ottf of rfrrtjo//Y/ 'er‘ inches wide and six Inches long. The tube filament rheostat Is mounted In the from, the amplifying transform ers In the hack and the tube In the center. Fig. XXXII shows the relative po sition of the transformer tube socket and filament rheostat when mounted on the baseboard. A diagram of con nections of the amplifier unit Is shown In Fig XXXIII The Input coming from the terminals of the re ceiver that were originally connected to the telephone receivers Is connected to the terminals of the nmpilfylng transformer One side of the second ary of the amplifying transformer la connected to the grid, and the other side of the secondary to the filament and common battery lead. The fila ment rheostat Is in series with the pos itive side of the filament The plate terminal i»n the tube aocket la con nected to one «lde of the phtnie. the other aide of the phone being connect ed to the positive tide of s 411-volt H’ battery Use a "hard" tube as an am plifier When using the amplifier unit for the first time, tune the receiver with the detector only. To connect the ter sdfsdfsdf initials T-T from the amplifier unit In place of the phones In the plate circuit <>f the amplifier, adjust both the fila ment rheostats until the nlgual strength Is muxliuuui. If It Is desired to still further am plify the iucomlng signal two ampli fier units can he constructed, the out put of each unit being connected to the Input of the next, and the phone* being placed in the plate circuit of i he lu»t amplifier tube. In constructing the second unit make the punel and the baseboard of the same thickness, kind of wood, aud fin Ish as used for the receiver. The panel should be four Inches wide and six Inches high, the baseboard three Inches wide and four Inches deep to "match up." Use the same kinds of binding posts and filament rheostat that were used on the receiver. „ Fig XXXIV i» a ulau view of tli* amplifier unit, and I’lg. XXXV Is ai. elevation of the front view of the panel. _ The diagram of connections Is. of course, the same as for the previous ly described unit and la shown In Fig. XXXIII These amplifier units can be used In conjunction with any radio receiver. The same units connected electrically as shown In Fig. XXXIII can be mount ed to suit the builders’ own taste. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TRUSTEE'S SALE Win* reus. John A. Simpson and Alma V. Simpson by of trust dated the bih day of January, 1919, which is re i-onb-d in Hook 123. Page SC, of the records of ilic office of the county clerk and recorder of the County of Prowers. I Colorado, duly conveyed to the public trustee in and for said County of Prow | ith, Colorado, certain real estate as in • said deed of trust described. which I deed of trust was made to secure the payment of their one promissory note of even date with said deed of trust I for the sum of Six Thousand Dollars ($6,000.00). payable to the order of The Schleter Investment Company three years after the date thereof with in ; terest thereon at eight per cent, per i annum from date until paid. Interest payable semi-annually, as is more pai ! tleularly set forth In said deed of trust. I reference to which is hereby made for greater certainty: and. , Whereas, the said John A. Simpson and Alma V. Simpson and nil persons I claiming by. through or under them , have defaulted In tin- payment of the j principal of said Indebtedness amount ing to $6,000.00 together with the ln ! terest thereon at the rate of eight per ‘cent, per annum from July tft. 1420. | and. | Whereas, the legal holder of said 1 note has In writing elected on account | of said defaults to declare a violation , of the covenants of said deed of trust jnnd to advertise said property for sale and has demanded sale hv the under signed ; Now. Therefore, at the written re quest of The Schleter Investment Com pany. the legal holder of sold note, and pursuant to law. I. the undersigned public trustee In and for the County of Prowers. Colorado, do hereby- give notice that I will, at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon of September "'it h. 1422. at the front door of the Court House In I.amar in said Pnnv er< Countv. State of Colorado, sell at public auction for the highest and best •*r ice ihe same will bring in cash, all of the premises In said deed of trust described which premises to he sold are described as: Tin- southwest quarter of section five, I -ot s five, six. seven, eight. eleven, tw-lvc. thirteen, fourteen and fifteen, tin- east half of the nouthwent quarter, tile southeast quarter of the northwest quarter and the southeast quarter of Section Six. the northeast quarter and one and two and the cast half of the northwest quarter of Section sev en. the northwest quarter of Section eight, and Lots two. four and seven of Section four all in township twenty six south, of range forty-five west 6th P. M.. and the south half of Section One In township twenty-six, south of range forty-six west «th P. M.. all situate in the County of Prowers and State of Colorado, and all the right, title and in l terest of the said John A. Simpson and . Alma V. Simpson, their heirs and as • signs therein, for the purpose of pay ( Ing the principal sum of $6,000.00. to gether with Interest thereon as afore | said and all the Indebtedness secur<-d ; by said deed of trust and the costs and •xpenses of executing this trust. In ulmllng an attorney's fee of five per cent of the amount then owing on said note, find will deliver to the pur chaser a certificate of sale as provld ' ed by law. Dated at I.nmar Colorado. \ugu*f I ttrd Iff* J. RUSSELL MAYFIELD. Public Trustee In and for the Counts of Prowers. Colorado. First Pub Aug 23. 1922 Last Puh Sept 20 1422 SANTA FE RAILTOAD TIME RABLE Wr»l Mount! Train*. No. i. The Scout 2:42 aui No. J. Calif. Limited, no stop 9:17 pin N«> Colo, ami Utah Exp. .. 1:16 am No. 7. Fargo Exp., no stop lu:t>3 pm No. 9. The Navajo, no stop .. . .11:08 am No. 11, Colorado Flyer 10:02 am No. 63. Valley Express 12:30 pm IdUHMM \ alley. ■ Vj 1 “• 1:26 un Leave, except Sunday &:30am East llouiml Traill*. No 2, The N’avajo, no stop .. 4:20 am No. 4. Calif. Limited, no stop 6:47, am No. o. K. C. and Chicago Exp. 2:42 am No. S. Santa Fe Eight 12:11 pm No 10. Tin SoOUt . . 11 :7 pm No. 12. Chicago Flyer . 4:la pm Wo. O I MIX. U 11 M no trkaaMa \ alley. Arrlv! o. j .. pm I ■ . •XI . pi Sunda .■ i. 2" pm NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. L. 2>. land Office at Lamar. Colorado. August 14, 1922. Notice is hereby given that John of Alton, Illinois, sole heir at law of Erick Olson, who, on August 27, 1917. made homestead en try. No. 022737, for SWUSE**. SE‘, '« Sec. 12. \V *.jb NE U. E'jNtt , >W Sri 13. T. 23 S.. It. 19 \V 6th i I*. M.. and who. on August 9. 1920. made additional homestead entry No. 021691. I loi N\V>«N\V«* Sec. 13. N' a NE««. N E', N\\ '4 oi See. 14. Township 23 S.. Kang. I <:• W 6 tli I'iin.ipal Meridian, hus filed I notice of intention to make three : i .i tinal proof, to establish claim to th, land above described, before The Keg- I ister of the l ulled States Land offic . jat Lamar. Colorado, on the 25th day i of September, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: C. Knudson. J. O. Scott. George Guill. I lon Scott, all of Csddoa. Colorado. S E. SPECKMANN. Keg, -ter First Put... Aug 9. 1922. ! Last Pub.. Sept. 13. 1922. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colorado. August 4. 1922. Notice is hereby given that James L. Pierson, of Lamar, Colorado, who. ,o> September 13. 1919. made additional homestead entry. No. 026627. for Lot 12. N'EI4SW 1 4 Section 6. and who. on Feb. 10. 1921. mad*- additional stock raising homestead entry. No. 027229. for Lot 9. Section 6 Township 21 South. Range 45 West. 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to mak final three year proof. to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Register of the United States Land Office, at Lamar. Colorado, on the 2fith day of September. 1922. Claimant names ns witness* s W. T England. M N Kinder. H. !> McOraw, John Peters, all of Lamar Colorado S E SPECKMANN. Registei First Pub Aug 9, 1922 Last Pub. Sept 13. 1922 I Hit or Miss? Hitting the high spots and missing the main chance i* is not the way to prosperity—our thrift plan is. The happy-go-lucky life is not all that it looks to be. Sometimes it is neither happy nor lucky and usually S it leads nowhere. There is more fun in living and working for an ob- subordinating your action, to a definite plan The Success of the Savings and Loan method of sav- j’f ing is due to the fact that it demands regular deposits and these even though small will grow to a respectable sum in the course of a few years. 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