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Down Go the Prices!
This is a sale of all Summer Merchandise. The
deep price-cutting that has been going on at this
Makes it decidedly to your advantage to supply future as well as present needs.
iS; Ramsay Dry Goods Co. £°f; dl
10c. Delta, Colorado. 19c
Chioce Insertions and Embroideries that Silk Mulls. Yama Suitings. Holly Batiste
lAp sold for 19, 25, and 35c per yard and Tussah Silks and fine Swisses, our
on bargain counter. 25, 35 and 50 Dress Goods, choice
We arc ready for the fall season. New stocks of goods are arriving even now. This week
a large shipment of High Class Men and Women’s Shoes arrived.
LACE CURTAlNS—Radically Reduced. LINENS.
St. 25 Lace Curtains per pair ? .85 Record breaking business in our Linen Dep’t
2.00 ** " ' ’ 1.50 $2.00 best Irish Damask per yd $1.69
2.50 t .75 1.25 :• .79
4.00 " " " 2.50 .85 " •• .48
Peerless offerings in room sized Rugs. The biggest bargain
opportunity you ever heard of in our Carpet Department
$1.50 white Spreads for $l.OO f>oc Shirt* and Drawers for 39c
1.65 “ ** “..... 1.25 35c 25c
3.50 \ *• ** 2 50
On Bargain Counter. At One-Fourth Off.
Men'll $2 on to $2.25 Shoos for $1 48 Roy’s $1.25 Suits for $ .98
Indies $1.75 Shoes for SI.4S Boy’s $1.75 Suits for 1.25
Indies $3.00 Shoes wi«h extension soles 2.50 Roy’s 15.00 Corduroy Suits 3.75
It is hard to realize just what this Great Clearance Sale
mean s until you come and see the bargains offered. All Summer
Goods must go regardless of former selling price.
Railroad Comp’y
PLUS $2.00
Chicago. Peoria, St. Louis. Oma
ha, Kansay City. All |>oints in
Minnesota, lowa. South Dako
ta, Wisconsin, Nebraska, and
to many points in Kansas,
North Dakota, Michigan, Illi
nois, and Missouri.
Tickets on sale July
Ist to 10th inclusive,
and July 19th, 20th,
and 21st, final limit
returning Oct. 31st.
Through Tourist Sleepers To
June 9th, 16th, and
July Ist.
Standard Sleepers Daily.
Better Matte Beserrallons
At Once-
Ticket Offico 041 17th St. Donvor. Colo.
General Agent.
• Successor to Gill & Sons. j
• One must have Groceries. They are necessary 2
• to existence. Ami wnile buying that which you •
• must have and on which depends life itself, you •
• can afford to buy •
J Only the Best. •
• Our stock offers such a selection. Visit us and •
• we will prove it. •
| W. L. BOSSE. I
1 IlLl f Oil 1 U 111 llUliJ cause of feverish conditions. There’s
“health in it” It cleanses and tones the whole system and gives nature a
fresh start.
FIJIIRI-TONG I. llu- l>o«t I>«*l\ 1.n11.1. r mi.| NON-AI.CMOI.IC TONIC «. n th* market. It*
im> in Imiwpl «lt*M»nter» I* im|mrtnnt. It \\ ill <litnw>t »»• tiintw iU winght of milk »r Try
it taxlny ami I*< tMiivincetl.
$l.OO Per Bottle at all Druggists
If your druggist does not sell Febri-Tone, have him order it for you at
once or we will send it to you by mail.
! For Sale
Ranch in North Delta.
Inquire at Lynch’s Studio.
obtiUii.il In ■
nil comitii.-*. or no 100. >\ o obtain PATENTS B
THAT ►AY. a.lverUno them thorouwhly, *t out I
MifnM, niul help you to miivon*. B
Homl nioilt'l. photo or nkolch for FREE rp|H>rt I
on pnienuiiiiitr. so pmnf praettss bur- I
Kook on I‘ronmhlo I'ntoiitn write to B
BOJ-808 Seventh Street. B
Plow, Harrow and
Seed 30 Acres in
Ten Hours
Traction Engine
IN 30 DAYS you can putin 900
Acres of Crops your own lands
and all your neighbors.
Do you want to haul Coal, Lum
ber, Beets, Fruits or anything
else—buy a
Reeves Engine
"The Only Successful Nuke In the World."
Local and Personal
Use paint.
Don’t knock.
Mow the weeds.
Keep down strife.
5, 10 and 25c Racket Goods. Full
ine at Howard’s
Miss Lena Smith is clerking for the
Ramsay Dry Goods company.
L. S. Stanford and son Ray, of
Hotchkiss, were Delta visitors Monday.
The editor would like to talk to some
young lady who wishes to learn the
printer’s trade.
Miss Clara Potts, a former Delta
teacher, is a guest at the home of Mrs.
M. A. Shue. Miss Potts will teach at 1
Montrose this winter.
Mrs. AI. Patterson, of Cedaredge,
brought her husband to town Monday
to take the train on one of his regular
trips as a representative of the Davis
H. A. Richardson, deputy horticultur
al inspector, is one of the Indepen
dent's new subscribers this week.
Mr. Richardson is very busy with the
duties of his office.
The school board is having some
painting done at the high school build
ing and about forty glass will be re
placed that have been broken during
and previous to vacation.
Joe I’regent, who has so successfully 1
managed the opera house for several t
years, resigned that position to take
effect the first of next month. Who
his successor will be has not yet been
Mr. and Mrs. Lorin McConnell, ac
companied by their two children and
Miss Mattie McConnel. came up from
Montrose and were guests at the Judge
Welch home until Tuesday, when all
left for the Grand Mesa lakes to enjoy
a week's outing.
Abr.or McKee stopped in Delta from
Monday until Tuesday on his way to
his home near Paonia from a business
trip to Ouray and the San Juan country.
Mr. MoKee will be numbered among
the Independent’s regular family of
readers in the future.
No less than twenty-five new perma-!
nent >ubscribers nave been placed on
the Independent list since the new
matfkgement took charge. The In
dependent has the largest subscription
list n th* county, but it is not nearly
so : ig as it will be in six months from
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lewis, of Cincin
nati, arrived in Delta Friday and are
guests at the home of Dr. Stockham.
Or. Tuesday the I)r. and his guests
drove to Cedaredge where Mr. Lewis
has some land interests that he desired
to K)k over. Mr and Mrs. Lewis will
return east the last of this week.
KJgar. E. Benedict, formerly of
P- ta and at present employed by the
I’t.ih Power &. Light company at Salt
L;d%e City, was in the city a few days .
this week as the guest of his friend and
f. tier chum, Fred King. Ed savs
_ i
e\ rything is going nicely and he is
\v. !1 pleased with the Utah metropolis.
Mr. J. J. Winton left for California
\\ dnesday evening on a vacation trip
tit will cover a brief or an extended
p« iod, just as he feels about it after
h« gets out there. Mr. Winton esme
t. Delta in IS9I and has taken few;
\ a ations and feels that he is entitled
to ne just at this time. His daughter.
M 'S Sue. will have charge of the busi
m s during his absence.
The foundation of A. C. Remington’s
n< v dwelling is about completed. The
In ;se will be 26x36, two stories. Delta
wl to pressed brick laid in black mortar
w Ibe used and Mr. Remington will
ui loubtedly have a very pretty and
in* nfortable homo and one that will add j
m.'.tonally toward making Delia beauti
ful. The house will be thoroughly
m dem and heated with hot air.
Delta people are to be commended
for the broad and generous welcome
tin y extend to strangers. And there
is nothing you can do that will do the
town more good. Personally we have !
folt the warmth of Delta’s welcome. ,
Wo appreciate it and know, that oth
ers do. Nothing so impresses the
stranger as to have the citizen intro
duce him or herself. It makes one
feel at home and if the stranger should
be but temporary in the community he
is sure to speak well of the town for
having been shown a friendly greeting, i
Local and Personal
Talk for the town.
Clean up your premises.
“Make Delta beautiful.’’
Dr. Stockham returned from Denver
Use your hammer on nails; not on
the town or county.
C. D. Woodgate, of Ouray, is visiting
his mother, Mrs. A. B. Woodgate.
Miss Edith Skinner is taking her
sister’s place behind the counter at
John Lee, who has been visiting his
brother, L. Mason Lee, took his depart
ure Sunday for his home in the east.
Misses Alice and Phoebe Mills of
Ottawa. Illinois, are guests of their
cousins, Mrs. L. A. Hick and B. Luce.
Miss Pearl Haley returned to Delta
Sunday from Fort Morgan where for
the past five weeks she has been the
guest of friends.
W anted Housekeeper on ranch three
miles from town; work light; £2O per
month. Address box 18, Delta, or
phone Black 733, Colorado. 27-2.
The Independent had a number of
extra copies last week, hut they didn’t
last long. People seemed to think
they were a good thing to send away to
County Surveyor Curtis went to
Cedaredge Monday to do some work in
his line and from there proceeds to
Grand Mesa, not to fish, but to lay out
several reservoirs.
R. H. NcNatt, an apple buyer from
Fort Worth, Texas, arrived Monday
and has been out among the fruit grow
ers this week. Mr. McNatt shipped
forty cars from here last year.
Editor Watts. County Treasurer
Beck ley, Adam Wishart, Miss Myers,
A. E. Ault, C. H. Stewart and D. S.
Doughty represented Delta at the
Democratic mass convention held in
Hotchkiss Monday.
S. P. Gutshall and family came in
from Denver Monday. Mr. Gutshall
has extensive interests in this section
being connected with the Cory Lumber
and Mercantile company and in saw
mills near Leonard.
The Olathe Chamber of Commerce is
not composed of tight wads by any
1 means. They appropriated $225 for an
advertising booklet, £SO for the state
fair exhibit, $25 to collect exhibit for
the Brandenburg touring car and $lO
for photographs.
C. L. Higgins, brother of the Ramsey
Dry Goods company manager, returned
from Salt Lake the first of the week
and has now gone on to visit different
cities on the eastern slope. He is much
pleased with the western country and
expects to locate in this state.
We had a phone chat with Dr. Gibbs
Tuesday. The doctor is rusticating on
his Cedar Mesa ranch for the benefit of
his health and his host of Delta friends
will be glad to know that he reports
feeling much better. He will remain
on the Mesa until about the middle of
next month.
Dr. Darley’s Sunday morning sermon
i on “The Family” was a beautiful mes
l sage and should have been heard by a
much larger congregation than wzs
present. It is certainly a privilege for
the people of a town the size of Delta
to have the opportunity to listen to such
an address.
The Olathe band has been employed
to furnished music for the Montrose
fair, (presumably for business reasons)
and now *tis said some of the Montros
ians are pouting because their own
band was ignored. The Criterion weeps
copious tears and says their band didn't
mean to do any wrong in taking the
job and insinuates if anything more is
said they wil gather up their doll rags
and stay at home. Band contentions
were always sad and tearful. Montrose
had better decide not to have any band
at all.
Timber Land Act. June 3. 1878 Notice for
l/nitod Stull*;* Land « tl'nv. Mt'iitnwo, I'olorndc,
Juno 21, 190 rt.
Notice is hereby iriven that in compliance with
the |inn i»ioni< of the not of I'oiurre*** of Juno ,S,
l>' s . entitled "An not fur tho Kilo of limliT lands
in the State* of Oilifornin, (Invnn. Nevada iuul
Washington Territory, as ostended to ul! tho
Public Ijsuul StnPt* hy not of \UKUst 4. I>«J. Kv
crett I Faulkner, of (inuul lunotion. oounty of
Mona, state ot tVylorndn, has this dnv tiled in this
ottlce his sworn statement No. W!. for tho pur
chase of lot >, of Soot ion 2U, in Township No. it
S.. I luma' s*s \V. and will oiler proof to show that
tin* hunt sought is morv valuable for its timhor or
stone than for agricultural purt»osoH, ntnl to *y
tnhlish his ohiim to said laud l>eforv lletrister nml
Receiver at Montrose, iVlorwlo, on Thursday,
the t‘»th tiny of Septemlter, IVkM.
Ho names tis witnesses- Addison Sis. Felix
Ton pain. t'harles H. Wallis. Joseph Ketiser. all
of (imnd Junction, Colorado.
Any and nil persons clniiniiiK mlv«nw>l>' tho
hlmivo described lands an* nsiuested to tllo tliolr
i-laims in this othce on or l«eforo said tit h day* of
September, IWtk bKYSON l’. HI. A Ul.
21-TW—pd. Register. j
Notice of Ordering the Construction
of a District Sewer..
To Bon (ilieen. owner of l>it* 1. 2. amiand
t**W. II. Williams, oHiii-r of l<ot* 4 nml nml to
Helen A. Stephan and Kniiiia .Station!, nwnmof
LoUH. 7. a, \> and 10, and to 1. N. MeMurrav,
owner of D»t* II. 12. 22 and 23, and to 1* K. Kel
logg, owner of l«ot* 13 and 14. and Loi* I Kelso,
owner of l<ntM la. l»i. and 17: Fred ltliuul*ertf,
' owner of'Loti. 1* ami It*; J. H. Killian, owner of
I l«ot* 24 and 2-*.: all of Itlnck Six of rial "II of
Delta Towiisite. and
To K. A. .letl'en*. owner of l«ot* 1. 2. and 3;
I-aura Travis. owner of |,ot* 4, 5. and *t; Avon
Hem i nut on. owner of l<ot» 7. a, and lr. <*. B. lliia
ton. owner of La* in and 11; M U. Lincoln,own
er of Iain* 12 and 13; H. Ilurgin. owner of Lot*
14. l’>. and l*t; Irvine Hunter.owner of l>»t* 17, Is,
i It* and 20: McKemm luv. Co and W. II. M*ln
' tyre. ow tier* of Lot* 21 and 22; Delta Town Co.,
own r* of D*t- St and 24: Mary Cromer, owner of
L**t* S'* and 2*». C. \V. Mower, owner of Ia*t* 27. >,
21* and :t0; .1 \V. Smith, owner of Lot* ;:i ami 32;
all in Itloek Nineteen of the original plat of the
Town of Delta, Colorado, and
To Ihnird of <'oiinty Commissioner*. ow ners of
D*t* 1 to 32 inclu-ive of ltl<*ck Twenty <*f the
original phi: of the Town of Delta. < olorado, uml
"lo Mary Cruiser, owner of Lot* 1.2,3, 4. 11. 12,
13, 14. 15. ami 1*»: Ben s (ilieen. owner of I-ot» A,
'*. 7. und »; Klla A. Hasting*. owner «*f 1-ot* :* ami
10: Delhi Town Co.. owner "f l>it* 17. 1*. It*, and
2U: .MeKerrun lne. t o and XX'. H Mclntyr* . Lot*
21 an* 1 22: A. K Penley, owner ot Lob* Si und 24:
XX'. a. shepherd, ow ner of Lot* 27* and 2*i; C XX'.
Halev. owner <*f lx*t* 27 und 2>; J. I. \V mtou,
owner of Lot- 2t* :tn. 31 ami 32; all of Block
Twenty hum* of the oiigiitul plat of the Town of
Delhi. * ‘idonulo. and
T*» Peter Mumlry. owner of Dit» 1. 2. nml 3;
l/’ii and h.x-Ueid, owner of Lot- J. 7*. fl,
7 *. and t*: K. A. .letter*, owner of l>*ts
to ami II K: I. Mumlry. owner *>f l.oC
12; Janie* (ireetiwisid. owner ot h*t« 13,
14. 17*. and 1**. Delta Town and Imp. Co,
owner of Lot- 17. 1*. 19. 3*. 21. 22 ami 23: **rven r*.
and Mnlindt Cockrell. owner* **t Lot* 24 und 25;
Stella M. Fairlaml*. ow ner of Dd 3u: Delta Town
Co., owner «*t l>*t 27: K. I. Mundry. owner of lx>t
Jc I) M. Baldwin, owner of Lot* 29 and .1*'; l**hti
Mumlry. owiie* of Lot* 31 ami :t2. all in Block
Twelity-tw** of the original plat of ttie Town of
Delta. < 'olorado. and
T** K. 1.. Darling, ow ner **f lait* I ami 2: Stella
M. hairlumh. owner *»f I a it* 3. 4 and •'*: C. J. Lip
pert, owner of Jails *• ami 7; Mary V. Walker,
owner of l-*n* * ami 9: K*thcr ?. .McAllister,
owner of L**t 10 Hoiiert Barkley, owner of lad*
II ami 12: Kliza J. Woinaek. ow er of Lot* 13 uml
14: J. T. Kennedy, owner of l-ol* H ami If*. Kula
Chry*ler. owner of l.**ts 17. 1*. ami 1*.*: Delta Coal
ami Mining Co. ow tier of l**t* 2U ami 21. V. C.
ami lloy Bonnet t. owner* of l>*t* 22. St und 27*:
lH ita row n A Imp. * o.. owner* ot Lots S'*. M. 27.
sv 29. 30. 31 and 32. all in Block Twenty-three of
the original plot of the 1 ow n of Delta, t’olonolo,
ail of the f rcgoing pro|*erty living situated in
the County of lK-ltu and state of C**lorud**
suance of a certain resolution of the Board of
Trustees of the l own of India. * olorado. |*n*«ed
and approved the .’th *lay of July. 1WJH. that the
following described -unitary sewer di*trict ha*
l*een established and >hall U* known a* Sanitary
>*wer District, No. six. of the Town of Delta,
Colorado. to-wit: All of Blocks iiumliered
Tweuty-tlme t23i. Twenty-two r22>. Twenty-one
21 . Twenty a* . und Nineteen *ll*> <*f the original
pint of the Town of Delta. Colorado, ami a;i of
Block numtiervd six mi of plat ”B" <»f l*elta
T"W mite, l*ei. g all in the Town **f l*elta. * ounty
• *f Delta ami State <*t Colorado, and that the san
itary *ew.*r in said Sanitary swer District No.
six -hall Is- constructed as follow*, to-wit.
sai*l -ewer line shall Is- connected with the
public sewer outlet ut n point where the hue
• iruwn *lowu i he center of tue alley l*etweeii the
ea-t and west hair*-, of Block -'3 of the origiuul
plat ol the T**wn of Delta. Colorado, extended
north would intersect the i*ul*lie sewer outlet,
tlietice running s*u h on the center line **f the
alley* in said Block- Twenty-three, Twenty-two.
Twenty-one. Twenty ami Niueteen of the origin
al plat **t the Town <*t Delia nml in Block Six of
plat "If >*l Delta Townsite. said *«-wer outlet to
rn-s the public -treet* a* well a* to run through
-ai*l aheys tr**m its beginning to its terminus.
I Toe depth ol -aid sewer line at it* Int>inyC
snail la seven *7' feet and the mid public sewer
line stuill run on a uniform grade to its terminus,
where it *luili !**• seven i7i leet deep and the
trench for *ai*l se v**r shall t*e eighteen *l*t inche*
wine ut the lK»tt"iu A line **t sewer pipe eight
si in he* in diameter, eviueiited with the t*e*t
• juallty ut I'orllund cement at each joint, shall be
laid in said treuen on rough sprui'e btatrd* one
I ineh tiiica anil six <r»* iuehes wide, r-aid sew
er pli*e -h.iil t*»* laid on a little l*eiich *ix i6»
incites htgiicr tlutu the extreme bottom i*f *aid
trench, ami in the extreme bottom of sanl treuch
shall l*e hud a line ot drain tile six Hi inches in
diameter, with the ends Weil butted together,
laid on a spruce tM*arxi <*ue 1 inch thick tm«l six
a inches wide und <*n t e uni form grade. Both
tu|*e line- are to Is* covered with **raw i«« ked
t nrmiy a:«*uud Uie tile and ut least one \1* inch
over it I lie ground t* to lie placed in it* nuiur
* al condition aticr the pi|*e arv luid. Highly -OV
lev* are t<* be laai along said line *o a* w* t*ermit
• ail proj*erty owners along -aid line to make con
nection* li.erewitii Nomorv than titty i50> ya-«t*
I ; ut said trem-b shall be left nno*vere«l at any . n •
| time amt t>.c coutnactots shall carefully gua*d
the trench t*y means ot signs l*y day anil with
[ iignt«*l laiiter*** at nigtit. to present «himagr Im—
inc *loiie t*> travellers aioug said streets and
. iw j *n*ltable cost per foot a* shown by the esti
mates ot the town engineer is Forty-four 44>
cents per foot tor t*ach lot aliutlliig ou cacti side
, oi-aid alley. The l**wii i*t Della shall |*ay the
entire v**st of said sewer line and ilntin across all
'street*. Cost v*t coust meting the said sewer line
1 shall be (tuyatile in one instal ment within thirty
.a* days alter I tie )*assag«* uml pulilicatiou ot the
assessing onliuunce au<i tiie said t*aymvnt for
-aid public im.*ro» etneut may. at the election of
I tlie uivncr said pn*|*erty. l*e |>tiyulile in two
1 annual installuienls wi h six p»*r cent in
terest added for the r»**t> *>t ev'llect «>u. inspec
: tion ami incidental cx|*ense» and with interest
on the uii|Kiui prim '.|al at tie* rate **f six per
i cent t*er annum f*avai*ic semi-annually and any
and .* 1 delinquent payment- on uni*anl i list all
' menu sluul tear i.it.*r>*-t at the rale **t one per
cent per month Ironi the time sai.i installment
; beetunes iieluniuent un u the same is |*aid.
: • Thar**lay. > -ptemt*er i*tli. at >o'clock 4*. M.,
the Boarvi < t 1 ru.-tees w ill finally consider a res
l ••lution iir ordinance ornciing tlie sanl public im
pnocmeuts in sanl -ewer district That said
‘ map ot *ai*l district i*ref*ai\d by saitl towu eu
’ gincer with the estimate amt schedule of said
i"Wii engineer showing the auio'Uits t»* be a*-
sesstd lUisunst i*ncli and every tract of latnl iu
! -at*l H'Wi r district ami a t resolutions and pro
■ c«-;: g* suv on niv w it u and can t*v s*-vii and ex
amined t»> ntn fwrson mtcr»*st«sl. at tlie otftce *>f
th*. lown l .erk -»t the Hose Bou-v in Delta, Del
ta County . C«»K*mdo, at any time between the
date '*f publication of this tu*tii*c uml September
rtth. i'.M*. at * <• clock P M. ami that all com
plaints ami objection- that may t*e made in writ
. m2 piw-enicd t»* said l ow n Clerk by the owner **r
• *w uers ot any real estate in said sewer district
• com* riling Use pr**j*--e«i public improvement
will Ih* liestr*! ail i determined by the l«*ard of
Trustee* **t *anl : >w n l*ct'*r*> final act ion- f tin*
Bo.ml •■! Trustees onicring any such district
sanitary sewer
' Date*t at Deltsi. t'o’.onnl". this 2nd day of Aug
ust. It* Vi.
Town Clerk and Uccorder.
;seai .'
Notice for I'ulille af ion.
i.anhokfu k at moni*kosk.colo. -
Augu-t 2nd l'.«*■. \
Notice i* hereby given that the following-named
-etiier has tiled notice of hi.-* intention t>» make
final proof in support of In-claim. iuul thut said
I'rtxif will l-> made before Miltun K. Welch. I . S.
commissioner at his office in Delta. Colorado,
ou Scptemi-T 14. viz:
i IV: ta. Colorado on hi- H. K. No 2>2 Cte, f.* r
the •mv t Sew 2. n’ t nw l 4. Sec. 11. Tp. ."»«* N.
of R. i» \V. N. M. M.
He name- the following witnesses to prove hi
continuous iwidence upon anil cultivation o!
-aid land, viz:
John Mii-vr. William Heliukc, Herbert Weils,
Christum Math-*k. al of Delta. Colorado.
BRYSON 1\ BLUR. Register.
Timber Land Act. June 3. IS7S Notice for
I'nifed State- I iuul Otttce at Montrose, Colorado,
June 21st, lUUth
Notice i- hereby given that in compliance' with
ihe provision- of the act of Congress of June 8.
l-T 5 *, cntith-l An act for the -ale of timber land
in the State* ot California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Territory. a- extended to all the
Cutdic l .and Mate- by act of August I, I'V.'. Ad
dison Fix. of (Jranil Junction, county of Mesa.
State o! Colorado, ha- thi- day tiled in this office
hi- -worn -tatement. No. .Nil. for the purcha-e of
the lot 1. of Section IC*. l'own-hip No. 14, S.
Knnge N". up* \V.. and will otter proof to -how
that the lmul -might i- more valuable for it- tim
ber or-tone than for agricultuml puri-x-e-, and
to eMahh-h hi- chum to -aid land before Register
and Receiver at Montrose. Colorado, on Thursday
l the 6th day of September, lUUrt.
He name- a.- witne—os: Joseph Ri-t-er. Felix
Toupnin. Kverett 1. Faulkner, Charles It. Wallis,
all i*f Urand Junction. Colorado.
Any and all person- claiming adversely the
above iWrilx-1 lands are reouested to file their
claims ia tins office on or before -aid i»th day of
1 September, UKM. 11R VS ON I*. RLAllt,
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