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the sealed packages. Don’t ask for a pound of Mocha and Java, or buyj>y thej>rice* lor Coffee fluctuates and you cannot get the same coffee for the same price all the time Most of the so-called Mocha and Java Coffee is simply masquerading, and is not nearly as good coffee for you as Arbuckles’ ARIOSA, the blend of the Brazilian Coffees most suitable to the taste and health of American people. By the looks there is no difference between roasted Java and Brazilian Coffees; The principal difference is that Arbuckles* costs you less. It is a mistake to believe that a high price guarantees quality. When you buy a full one pound package of the leading Coffee of the world. Its sales for 37 years are greater than the combined sales of all the other packaged coffees. By giving better Coffee for the money, we have built up a business exceeding the combined businesses of the four next largest coffee firms in the whole world. If your dealer will not supply the genuine, write to arbucxlx Bros.. n«w Y«fc Car. COAL! WINTON’S is the Best for Domestic Purposes. It i.s dean ami nice to hold fire. Will have plenty on hand. l*>th here and at the minca. Koads good to mines and no mountains to pull. Another thing to remember is that when you buy Winton's Coal you supjxjrt a home industry and your money pays for home labor that in turn buys home products. Some of Your Stock Stoten? J The Colorado Telephone Company ranch service enables you to get in touch with your neighbors for miles I 1 around, in a moment. A lookout can In* instituted over an enormous terri- RQW lory thieves have little chance to get away. I Do you know* that thieves give a wide berth to dis- I /■ I tricts covered by telephone service? fc— —"J A telephone in your home means protection; it also t. saves time, money and worry. It keeps you in touch with the big world outside. 1 LOW KATES The Colorado Telephone Co. TrTfiivi! To think of Seeds. We have the largest stock of Carden and Field Seed ever shown in Delta. Our stork of FLOUR. FEED. GRAIN AND ROCK SALT is Complete. Wc can handle all your eggs and Chickens. CRABILL & SKINNER. Colorado Phone Black 272 Co-Op Phone 32 N. H. CASTLE & CO. Real Estate, Loans, Insurance Public Auctioneer. DELTA, - COLODADO. COLONISTS RATES TO California and the Northwest. Very low rates will be in effect to all Pacific coast points. March Ist to April 30th, 1!K)7. Delta to San Francisco ----- $25.00 " “ Isis Angeles 25.00 “ “ Portland and Seattle - 25.00 " “ Spokane 22.50 “ " Helena and Rutte - - - 20.00 Corresponding low rates to other ix>ints. A daily lino of through Pullman Tourist cars will leave Denver via the DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD - 1 ■■ ■" ■■ ■-- - --—A« Follows:- 1 “•—— 8:80 a. m. running through to San Francisco, 8:30 a. m. running through to Portland, 9:30 a. m. running through to lx>s Angelos. 8:00 p. m. running through to San Francisco CHANGE l-^====^-==^g=====^==gM=g SCENERY ane THROUGH CAR SERVICE UNEQUALED. For Inlornmtlon rvgMnlliiK tmltt mirvlro, I’liUmnn rv*M*rvntlun*, cull on S.K mmi'Kii,U.P.*T.A. the RIO GRAND AGENT. THE HAND OF DESTINY iwiLL LEAD YOU to the fence, but if you want some of the rich pasturage in side, you, yourself, will have to unlock the gate. No key so easy to obtain, so ab solutely under your control or so sure to fit the lock as the "bank account" key. account "nil receive careful and conservative HjpMQjjM at this DELTA, COLO. MRS. STEPHAN WRITES OF MILAN AND VENICE. Dkak Papa: We left Venice this morning with re gret, and after a vsry nice railroad journey, reached Milan at 3 o’clock - about 6 hours from Venice. Milan is a big commercial city, more like our ; cities. The Cathedral is, of course, the main attraction for tourists and it is wonderful. It is next to St. Peters in sire I think, anyway it will hold ; 42,000 people. The wonderful carving on the outside, and the multitude of slender spires, each crowned with a \ statue, make it look like lace work. When 1 saw it this afternoon, I was re minded of the definition of fine archi tecture—that “beautiful architecture is frozen music.” There is as much harmony in the details of this great cathedral, as in the notes of music that go to compose a piece of music. The stained glass windows are also very beautiful and the big bronze doors are simply magnificent. We passed today within a few miles of the battleground of Solferino. We passed the lower end of one of the Ital ian lakes- lake Guaida, which was very beautiful, with rugged mountains ris ing around it, and the water a brilliant blue. Coming from Rome to Florence, we rode along the shores of I*akc Tras imenus, where Hannibal defeated the Roman army under Flaminus, in 217 B. C. Ido so enjoy seeing these his toric places of which I used to study in j in my ancient history, and of which I j have heard you talk. The water in the lakes here, and at Venice, is as blue as the sky, except for a greenish tint. It is a pure azure blue. I never in my life seen such blue skies as they have in Italy. They arc a soft, yet brilliant blue and look so deep - as if you could see miles into them. 1 know now what they mean when they write of the “blue Italian sky.” We don’t have skies so blue-even in Colo rado. We were sorry to leave Venice, it was so beautiful and tho weather was so warm and bright. We had several Gondola rides. The gondola costs only 20 cents an hour. I made 30 pictures with my kodak in Venice, bought 18 postal cards to keep, and George bought IJ* doz. photo graphs. We were simply wild about Venice. George wanted to stay all summer. We had a fine hotel, our bed room windows looked out on the Grand Canal, and we could take a gondola from the hotel any time. George loves to be on the water, you know, and it just suited him. We went in the little steamers on three different trips out among the surrounding islands. Ada. Our Darling One. In l«»vimr in**uiory of oar darlinu om*. li«H»ntiiio Kuut««r. Now the laborer's task is o'er; now the battle j day is past; Now upon the farther shore lands the voyager at last. Father, in Thy gracious keeping Leave we now our darling sleeping. 7 here the tears of earth are dried; I here its hidden things are clear; There the work of life is tried By a jusier judge than here. Father, in Thy gracious keeping Leave we now our darling sleeping. ' Earth to earth and dust to dust. Calmly now the words we say Left behind, we wait in trust For the resurrection day. Father, in Thy gracious keeping Leave we now our darling sleeping. Me*. Ixjhkn v C’boxton Care. * *|.ril 2»|. 1H07. If We Knew Each Other. If I knew you and you knew me. If Ijotli of lie rould clearly He**. And witli an inner **i*rlit divine. Tlte mennitu: of your heart ami mine. 1 m wan* that we Would diller 1«*». And claep our hand- in frientUinee*. Our thought* would pleueantly agree If 1 knew you and you knew me. Nixon Waterman. We may name a hundred drawbacks* That a man must meet in life; We may say it’s all a battle And a never ending strife; Then resolve to meet it bravely— Stand the test—to do and dare— But the secret of true victory Lies in one word, be "square!” -Ex. Wort Resumed at the Tunnel. MontrtM* Knt«rpri*e. On Monday last, work was resumed in the breast of the tunnel at West Portal, and a hole was shot through into the water which has been penned up awaiting the completion of the TOO foot air shaft. This hole released a flow of 20 feet of water per second, which r’.txtded the bottom of the tunnel, was so great the cars could not be run. Yesterday it had diminished to about 14 feet per second, and the cars would run. The air is kept pure by blowers, and the workmen are now working on the the breast of the tunnel, endeavoring to enlarge the hole so that the flow of water will be released and subside more , quickly. It is thought that the water will now go down rapidly, and that in a few days a full crew can be put to work in the west portal. Why land Is Worth Ihe Prite. Moutnx 1 Eotdrprii***. . Wm. G. Haley, president of the Haley and Lang company, of Sioux City. Iowa, was in the city Wednesday, : conferring with our fruit raisers. Mr. Haley makes a tripout here once a year, | but switched from fall to spring, this i year. He buys for his firm and prefers to take the crop in the orchard. Speak ing of the land here, Mr. Haley said that some time since he asked a grower what his small orchard of ten acres was ! worth. The grower told him $500 an acre, which Mr. Haley says he thought a hold up. * , Yet.” said he “that fall 1 paid that fellow $400 an acre for the peaches from his farm, and he had the farm left.” This made Mr. Haley change his views on the price of fruit land. Help Boost Buck East. Some time ago the Business Men’s j Assn, adopted a plan for advertising 1 the town and county which was to send 250 copies of the INDEPENDENT and Laborer to eastern people for a |»eriod of three months, selecting names of desirable persons supposed to be con templating change of location. Up to the present time not more than 35 or 40 | names have been furnished each of the papers. It has been decided to attempt | to create more interest by calling on i the public thru the newspapers to fur j nish“names. F. G. Myers, chairman of | the advertising committee, has printed j blanks providing for names, postoffice ! address, also something in relation to i the financial standing of these persons. Most everybody ought to be able to I supply from five to ten names and you are requested and urged to do so. Call on Mr. Myers or at the newspaper offices for those blanks. Do it as soon J as possible for it is proposed to start any additional list all at the same time. People who have recently come here arc solicited to join in this work as such arc more likely to be able to supply desirable names more than any one else. Now get busy and help carry out this plan of advertising for it will Ik* of great benefit in bringing people to Delta county if properly handled. Wanted. A good farmer to work 80 acres of ground on shares. Hay and some or chard on place, ranch located on Lower Surface Creek Mesa: plenty of water. For further particulars, inquire of Travis & Castle, Delta, Colo. Farm l.oan*. Money always on hand for farm loans at 8 per cent. No. 48 King & Stewart. Why pay 10 per cent for money when you can get all you want of King & Stewart at 8 per cent. 1 It pays to paint— the better the paint the better it pays SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS SOLD BY The Grand Mesa Lumber Co. Juicy Chops for Breakfast, H:' J / Lunch or Supper \ i \ on tap in our huge ice box at any z .i: i r fTi / t ’ me t * ,e da y* s * x days in the V mjujk A week. And the way we cut them L r mßjßand trim them from the well pre- served sheep or lamb! May want a roast of beef or lamb for dinner. Here, too, just as sweet and tender. The Mcst Specialists NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS. T--J.H *hip|*ee. owner *>f 1«» t«• and 31. to 1 11. (' Edward*. owner of lot* A•. 29 and 2v to M. I. Gobble, owner of loin .•?. 3uaiid*Js t c s. «>ibt**. «w ner ol lot. 22 and 21; P- William :1 -1 \ nrner ol lob* .’4 23, 3U. 19. 1-and IT. all in block 1 ' of the original plat of the town of |>elta. and j To Italph W. Shull, owner «.r lots :t£. 31. 2y , and 2* to |,*.i* Hill*, owner "• lots 27 and 2*. to , l*aac Hathhun. owner ol lots £t, and 23 to F. D Herrick, owner of lot* 22 and 21; to .1. A. Curtis, owner ot lot* 2n. ly. 1* and IT. all in block 2 ol the oritfinnl pint of tin* tow u of Ivlta. and r«* F. I*. Hunt .V Co , o» net> of lot* -si. 31 and 30; to the town of Ik ta. owner of lot 2.*: to 1. M Me Murray. owner of lots 2* and 2T: t>> C M. Fer mri. owner of lot* 2>- n:ul 2.Y to tie Catholic church, owner of lots 24 and 23; and to William : Mather*, owner of lots 22. .'I. 2>i. It*. Is and 17 «il in bl«« k of the oritrmal plat of the town of IVlta. and To SehtMil District No. 1 own* r of lots 32 t** 17 of block 4of the original plat of the town •( ‘ Delta, an*l To Mar} K Stephen*, owner of lot* 32 ati*i 11. | to Farmer* A Merchant* Bank. <>w ner **l lot* llu aid 2i* to Kvuiutelilic H. \\**ll*ert. owner of l«*t* 2>, 27 an*l A>. to IVlta Bid*. A It list Company, owner of lot* 2.'. and north naif 24; to F. A taler* | ~>n. owner of south half l«*t 24 and l**t 2.1. to i sarah A. (tale, own* rof lot* 22 ami 21. to Myrtle Key*, owner of lot.* •_>*. IV. 1* an*l 17. all In block «'» <*f Ilie original plat of the town of i*eltn. ami To lti*ho|i \ c. Mntz. owner of hit* 22. 31 anil At; t** Nellie lVnley. owner «»f lot.* 21* and 2* t«■ llutsr: William*, ow ner <»t lot* 27 and 2»*. t** Mr*. I*. A. Ik unts'D. owner r.f l**t JT- p- Mr* * A Hjfrker. *»wner »»f lota 24. ?• 22 and 21. •W. II slewart. owner j..t. _v jy. l* and 17. all iu bh <k « «.f the original plat ■ 1 tie- town of Ikdta. A 11*1 To \V. D. Coiu>t*<« k. own* r .I lot* .C. d.-AJaud 2' t*> F. I'. Hunt A t ■■. owner* **f lot* 2>. 27. 2*l and to Lionel H. Wisrtni. Stella M. Fairiantb, >. i_ FairUml* and C. P. Nutter, ownen* of lot* 24. 23. 22. 21. 2u and 11*. P* the seventh D.ty Ad ventist « lk nomination, owners of lote Phiul 17. all iu bl*«ck 1 of plat 2 ol Ikdla Townstte, aud T** Minnie N. Jack sun. owrner of lote laud 2; to M W Ramsay owner of l**t* 3 ami 4 to S. I! .Mcßride, owner-d l**t* and •; t<. Ellen Cr**xt«*n. ow iter ot lots 7 aid *. to Aturie llall. own* rul lotei*. I" ami II t** hil.t Shock. owner of|ot« 12. IS and 1». to Mr*. F.. P Holowny. owner ■*( l**ls* l‘» and Iti t*» i . O. Cherry. ow ner *•! lot* 17. I>. It* aud 20. t<» 44v**rjo’c. Cral*ill. owner <>! lot* 21 an*l 22. to I M ,*u Murray, owner of h*t* 23 and 24; to K H. Stockham. owner <*f l**t> 2 • an*l 2H. toHattieJ Hoover owuei of lots 37 and and to lie**net c. Wilson, owner *»f hsce it*, a*. 31 and 32. all iu block 1 of plat **H «*f l*elta Tow uslte, and 1 • t iara H. Hunt!* y. "Wm r oi lot* 1. and 2. to M- H Turner, owner of '«>t* 3 and 4 t ■ i.«*sa l’owers. **w tier of l**t* .'> and *i to John Power*, owner of lota 7 and t* to W. F. Hornsby. <»w crof lot* 9 and lU. to Mr*. L. William*. <*wner **f lots II uml 12 to Joseph and William Hnrrinetoo. owners ot l"ts 13 and I* t Will H. Matlier*. owner ol l**t* IT ami I** t** K A Kmilaili. owner • 1 lot* 17 and I*. t*> I-aura K Ki*tler. owtierol l**t* l:*. 20 and 21 to Win. F. Hornsby. owner ol lot 22 an*l -.with hall **i lot 23 t«* Emma A. laico, **w ner of north halt el lot it and lot 24. t*> liert rn*ie A. Hick, owmr *•! l**t* 25 and 23. to J. K. Shoe. owner of lot* 27. 2s. .y and A ami !•• \\ I>. Wheel* r, ow ner of lota 31 and 32, all in block 7 ol the oritfimil plat of the town of Delta, ami T«» 1 M. McMurmy. owner of lob* 1. 2. 3. 4. .n > an*l K. t»» K .1. Nan I*e Venter, owner ofl«*ts7 a 1 i*l s p* llattt*' J. Kennedy. owner **f l**t* y. 10. 1 1 and 12t to l**hn Ktirz. owner **t I*»t* 13. II r* ami I*V to Mary W. Charlton, owmr of lot* 17. I*, ami IP to Stewart <N Nunn, owners "f l«*t A* to s. P. itutwhall. owner • lot* 21. 22. 23 an*l 2» t** A. H . aud W. B. Stuck ha in. ow nets ol lots 24 and 2**. t*• Stephan A Ohert *»wner* ofmi* *ii. and 27 to John M**ttter. owner of h*t 2>. t*> l M. >l* Mur ray, owner of I* •< and t<* t****trre C. Wilson, owner **f lot* 31 and 32. all ill block * ..f the oritf- . iiinl plat o| the town «*l Delta, ami T*» The Fir*t ltnpti*t churvti of Delta, owner **f lots I, 2 ami *. t** t\. A Jctlcr*. owner **l lots 4 and to Sarah A. Barker, owner **t lot*tian«l7. to IU XV A. Kitlley. owner of lots * ami y. i« i*. W. Hid ley, owner <>t l"'* i" ami 11; to tin Find M. E. * hiirvli «»l Ik lta. owner **f U»t* 12. 1.1. 11. IT* ami Hi. to M\rlle A. Lynch, own* rot lot 17; to Millard Kairlamb. owner of l**t 1*; to The .*|***t Cash lasin A M* tcantile C**.. ow tier «>f lot 11*; t*> Jam** Hunter, owner of lot At; to Anna M. Stutidiidi. owiirr **f lot 21; t«> W. H. Mclntyie and The McFemui Heal Kstatc A In vestment Cotiuauiy. ow lien* of lot 22; t*» W. H. Johnson, owner of lot* 23 ami 24; to iohn s. Kohinson. *»wner of l«*ta 2T» ami 2»*; to Mary E. ltohim*on. owner *»f I*»t 27; ;*• Chum;, owner of lot 2*; to Klitla A. Jt'rters, owner **f l*»ts ifci ali*i .'ft'; ami t«* D. P. t «s.k nod J. F. Millhotise, <>wnet* *-f l.*t* 31 and 32, all in hUwk V *»l the oriKinal plat *»f til** town of Ivlih. ami T** E. K. S|**>nc«T. *»wn**r of lot* I, 2. 3 and 4; to I, 1. Henry, owner ol lots a ami H; to D. J. I k*v*. *»w net **f h’t 7; l«* I* T Williams. **wm*r of lots > millto A. E. Amsbary. owner **f lot lo; to J. \. Hurst, ttwuer «*f l**t> 11 ami 12. »*• tieonn* K*«n.’. "W ner of l*»i* 1-t. 14. I * ami |*». alhin l*l*- k 12 off the oriciual plat of flic town of b-lta, aud lot*. H Whltclaw, owner of l«»t* I. 2. 3 and 4; to E. O. Blair, owner of lots ."* uml ••; t<* S. 11. Castle, owner of lots 7. s. y ami IU; to J. J. Travis, owner of lot** II ami 12; to Mary S|*eucer, owner of U*ta 1.1 uml 14; uml to Emma \\io;on«T. owucr ol I**l* la ami lit. all iu block II of tin* original plat of the towu of Ikdtu. tuitl To J It. Kramer, owner of lot> I ami 2; to Elmer E. skinner, owner of lots 3 ami 4; to Matf »fio E. Mower, owner of lots •'* audit: to K. P. Hunt A Co., owner of lote 7 amis; to.l. I* Dil lanl. utt'tier *»f I**ts W ami IU; to John Hixson. «>wiier «*f I**ta It ami 12; t»» Presbyterian cluir* h. owner of lob* 13. 14. IT* anti lU, all iu block 10 of tlu* original plat **t the t«»wu of Ikdta. You are hereby notllUsl that In pursuanct* ttf :» certain tvs*»lnti*»ii of the l<*mr*l *»f I rti*t«s** of the low 11 *tf mdta. Color.ulo, imissl and ap|*ro\«st th«- 7th day *»f March, I MO*, the followiuu *le» s**ril>*sl c**meiit si*l«>walk *listri*’t has Ins>ii «**ial*- lishe*! ami shall he known as Cement Sidewalk District No. 3 of the town of Della, Colorado, liswit: latte 17 to 32 Imtlt inclusive of block l; l*»t* t7 to 32 both inclusive of block 2; lots 17 to .12 ladh inclusive of bl«vk 3> lots 17 to 32 Imlli inclusive , of bltw'k 4; l*»ts 17 t** 32 U*th inclusive of block •; lots 17 t*» !Cf Inttll inclusive til block H; lots I to . .t* latth inclusive of bha'k *; bits l to .12 both in clusive td blttck \ lota I tti 32 both iuclu-ive of [ block 9: lot* 1 to It* Uitli inclusive i»f block I**: I lot-, i to it'. ..f l>l**k II: loti* 1 to IK of blork 12. j all «*f tin- original pint of tin* town of Ivlta: loti* I IT to rj Ih>tl l inclu-iv* of block 1 plat 2of Is-lta Townsit**. and lot.* 1 to .Cl Imth incln-ive of ! block lof Pint 'll **f Jvltn Ti>wn«it<*: ntiJ the | cement sidewalk* in <4ll*l <lii>trict -liall l*» con- I >tructed a» follow*. to-vrit: J I lie cement -itlewnlk -hall !*• constructed along the street front ofNtkl lot- ami -ball l*e twelie feet in width along the Main -freet front of block *.* ami tire feet in wi*lth for the remain* <ler. nn*l coti-trutted *»ti the following epeciticn ti*»n». to-wit: Said walk- -hall have a tnui-vi-r-e dope of one-fourth ini'll t*» the foot anil -hall l»* hint to the line- •letined by onlinanee and the line- ami grade- given by tbe town The walk on the we-1 -ill* of Mock 9 -hall adjoin I tin* we-t line of -aid lot. and in all other i*an > the Inner line of -aid <idewaik* -hall be ciitht en inche- from the front of -aid lot.-. The ground -hall l«e excavated ten inch*-* l* l**w the finished ‘ »alk. and the -nrface of the -uligntde well and evenlv rammed i»n*l romjiaeted with a fifty , i*oun«l hammer. I’m the -nbgrade -hall Ik- laid a foundation of coarse, clean crave! and -and -ix * I inche- in thicktie-*. which mu-t lie thoroughly ■ 1 mtuuied when w«-t t** secure a compact and -olid ■ I foundation. l'p*m thi- foundation a layer of * concrete, three inches ill thickne— after coin -1 1 pres-ion -hall l»* laid. cotiipo-<il by bulk of one l*art cement, three i*art- clean, -harp snml anil * i five i*art- broken -tone or crawl. l'i>**n thin cooctvte inw -hall In- -pretwl a coat of cement I tnortar one inch thick, com | meed by weicht of one i«irt cement to one iu*d ore-fourth j*art- of -and. for a wearing surface, and -prend on the **oncrv*e base a- —**»ti as the Mine i- properly tainpe«l and I* fore it hits l**ct:n tn*-t. It must ! I** quickly and evenly spread and trowelled to a stiiiHith surface conforming to the proper grad** and -|o|** Along th.- west -eh- *»f block :• . tin- ground -hall I- excavated twelve inch*.-- in depth and the layer of concrete -hall Ik- five ‘ inche- thick after coinpneeion. The -nrface of the -idewalk l»*for»* n»ortar neb*, -hall Ik- cut evenly and regularly into blocks tour f*--t by f*>ur feet along the wi-t side **f block and two ami oue-half f»«**t bv two and one half f*s*t for the remainder of sal*l sidewalk. Ihe gutters -hall I-* constructed liy the town at its s«ile ex|«en*e along the west side of Block 1* and in accordance with the plans adopted by rv-olu tion of »aid tpwn. The prolatble cost |*er f.*it. a- shown by tliee—- timnte- of th** Town Engineer, i* nineteen rent.* |-*r s*juate foot **f -aid walk' along the we-t siil»* of block 9 and aeyenUen and otie-lialf cents i- r square f*»*t of said sidewalk* for the remainder. The c»**t of c**n>tructinc -aid sidewalk -hull I** imynblc in one installment within thirty day* after the |*a-sage ami approval an«l publication of the tt—casing onlinam-v ami the -ini i*aymcnt for sail! public improvement may. at th** election of tlw owner «*f any of -aid pmi»- ertv. lie payable ill twenty equal annual install uient s with six j*er **ent a* id** I for theco-tsof collection, inspection and incidental t-xpen-* ami.with inter st on tin* unpaid pnnci|ml at th*> rate of six |*rr cent peranuum. and any anil all delinquent |ai> inent* on unim d installments shall '-sir int»*re*t at the rate of one per cent. i-*r month irom the time said installment t*ecoim*s delinquent mi il paid. Von are further notifhwi that on Thursday. April 19lh. at eight o cl.«-k I*. M.. the Hoard **f Tru-te.- will finally con-iiler at tlieir regular '’place of meeting in -tiid town, an onlina nee or resolution entering the -aid sidewalks construe , t»sl in smd district. The map of -aid di-friet. ptv|«at>sl by the Town Engineer, with the *-*ti matc and schedule *if -aid Town Kngiueer show ing tie- amount* to l*e a—«—**i agaiu-t etieh and every tract of land in said Cement sidewalk Pi-trict. an*l all rv— *lution* anil proceeding*. an* on tih* with and can In* seen and examined l»> au»v |-T-oti interested. at th»* oltlce *»f the Town Clerk in -aid town, at any time l*etw»*en date of publi cation hens*f nml April IV. 191)7 and that all com < plaints and olijeetion- that may I** made in writing and prv-euted !•said Town <'h*rk by tin* | owner or owners **f any real e-tate in -aid dis trict concerning the -aid public improvement*, will |*> bisini and determined by suiil Itoanl ot Trust***- l-*f< >r»* 11 tml action by it ordering such cement sidewalk- built. l>nl«*l at Delta, Colorado, March 7th. 111)7. LILLIE K. WII^UN. ’SEAL.i Town Clerk and Recorder. Ist. |Hib. Man'll 1j; last pub. April T», IVO7. Notice of Dissolution of Corporation. Whkkkas. at a apccial nw*eting *»f the stock holders of The Del’ti County latnd and Cattle Company, a Colorado cor|->mtlon, held at Room Ku> Continental Building, in iheCitv iui*l County ol iVliver. Colonido. mi 111*’ l-th day of March. IVU7, at the hour *-f >0 clock I*. M.. pursuant the written c*»inent <*l all th* 't<-klioU|,.r- of slid Company duly nigurd. which me**tilig was heltl lor the pun*—* of considering iui*l acting upon the question of ili*»**l\ mg ***l*l C**ui|>aiiy as a I'orpoiation. and al which meeting all th«> stiK'khohlcis of -aid Coin|*tny were present in l-*r-on. the -t«» khohlcr* **f-aid Company by tin* vote of ill* 1 entire st**-k of -nil 1 oiii|Htuy, *til *crib***l. in-ued. credited l«* th** holders thereof. <>r outstanding, voted todin-olveami ilid dissolve said Company a* a cor|*>ration all debt* of -aid C.iiu|4iuy having lieeit |*aid , and authorised and directed the President and the Secretary of said 1 om 1 *uuy to execute and fill the not iff** «*f dis-o lutiou preecrilawl by 'taint**, and to publish thc ii*nic** of such dissolution as rv*|uir*-l l»\ law ; .Now Tiikuktokk. pursuant to tlie action of the -tiH'kholden* of -ni*l Coui|>aiiy. a- afotv-aid. and to tiny statute in nii-h can* made ami pnr \ itl**d, notiiv 1* hcn*by given tout The Lk.-lta County L«nd and Cattle Cumtauiy. a Colorado c«*r|s>ritti«iii. wa-oii the IHth day of March, IWI7. at a *|***<’ial im***t ug of the stockholder* of *nid I'timpauy duly held for that pur|M**e. by the unanimous vote of the entire stia*k of *ul*l Com l*Miiy, *ubs**rit»etl. issued, credited t<* the tmlilers thereof, or outstanding, foivvorillwohwl. l> NVit'K" WiiKgmr, we. Thomae K. latmh, th*’ l*re*iileut *»f niitl eoriNiratioii, aiwl W. H. W>-Mlinan. the Secretary of said eoriMinilion. have made uud 'igm*l this notice of <li*soliitioii. uiuler the —***ll of said * or|M*ntti<ui, thi* 19th day of Mureh. A. l>. lUU7. THOMAS K. LAMB, l’rcaidenl of Tlie l*eltu Couuty ! SKAI-1 laind ami Cuttle Coui|*any . W. D. W<N>DMAN. I* S**r*«tai> of Tin* Della Ctmutv I ami and Cattle Company. Ist pub. Ntirv'll 12 la-t pub. May t, 1»7 %