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LATEST MARKET
QUOTATIONS
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vane
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.t t r Fat |
¥ ' . to 75«
Al e » advanced
. co g Hoxs top, $8
s to $s medium
nd R L oy i eE 2L vy 88 4
Bt s to $§

Tat 3 ling
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tern w { t prices |
ad ed \ 1 wdvances
ni from §1 ta §4 nd mut
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v . 3! ! y
fr 11 s lepending
apon the § 1o of beof
considered I v meals
i 01 1 t sl%
$23 to 8 tton. §l2 to sl3
bt pord s t sls heavy
boolr sl3 1 3 1
Cotten,
Epot cotton g . ) ned 62 points
a ' ok at 17.75 per
11 N rh iary futures
down &5 t At L)
DENVII LIVE STOCK,
Canttle,
Packe heavy | asers and
o t ! supply
fut i Huys i‘fl
how . e wood kil
' s ! busineass
basis with
t One load of
b g ' A $6.85 while
' at $6.75 and
3 r v 1 kinds. Faiz
n enjoyed a good
ueh stock com
! the end the Killine laxs
' t t d nd was ht to
" t 1 + tows changed hands
At $4.65 % and $5.50 and some well
turned | crs sold for $5.50 with less
desirat at 35.25 and under,
Demand for feeders has been hold-
Ing up very 1l and shippers are as
sured of & sure outlet at favorable
p 11 { steors sold at $6.20, while
a strir of very dexirable stockers
sold for %6 Moedium grades are quot
ed at §5 to $595 with the plainer oncs
ranging down as low as $4.25. |
Hogs. |
All local killers were in the fleld for
stock, but they did not compete as
actively as was eoxpected, and with |
nearly enouzh stock on hand to moot |
everyone's needs these buyers were |
successful in getting their supplics at
steady to lower prices
Top was $7.45 and bulk ranged from
$7 to $7.40 Small killers took two
loads at the top figure and packers se
cured one at the same price. These
three loads were of good quality, but
the rest of the stock was of only fair
Erade Packers’ heavy cutouts were
quoted at $5.50 to $5.75. One bunch of
stocker pigs sold at $6.50,
Sheep,
The offering in the sheep barns was |
liberal. BDuyers were wanting the stock
and trade was active with prices rul
ing fully steady compared with the
close of last week. The stock on salea
wak for the most part of a mediocre
quality and but very little was dis
played that could command top fig
ures. The best load offered. averaging
eighty-eight pounds, sold packers for
sll. Other sales were four loads of
fat lambs for $10.85 flat and six loads
at $10.75. Some San Luls valley pea
fed lambs averaging seventy pounds
sold for $10.60 flat.
METAL MARKETS,
Colorado settjement prices:
Bar sliver (American)..s i1
Bar silver (foreign).... .65
Copper ........ceeeceee A3 @ .14
l‘.s Wiseesiensnvasents 4.70
BIBE ccvcsicsrscananisnns 4.93
HAY AND GRAIN PRICES,
Cora, No. 3 yellow, per cwt.....§ .92
Wheat, No. 1, per bu5he1........ .78 |
Oats, per cwt. ... .....oiiieaaaas. 11§
Barley, per cwWt. . ... ciiiieaa.. 850
y Hay.
Timothy, No. 1, t0n.....evviee...516.50
m.lir"“ 3. tOM....coneennes. 1500
k., No. 1, ton...cvvanann li.a i
Park, No. 2, ton.....cooeee 14,00 '
m No. L t0n........ ILSO
No. 2, t0n........ 10
SOM S\ cave slt i asupuine 1
W, OB ....cecoccincecnacans o
Farmer “Bloc” Stand
For Higher Surtax
Forces Rich to Pay
HAD FARMERS KEPT OUT OF
FIGHT, FEW PEOPLE WOULD
HAVE POCKRETED 530,000,000 4
Washington, Jan 5—One thousand
and eighty-eight of the pation's
wealthiest people would have saved
£30.000,000 this year if congress had
;h.-. ded the administration’s request
{and fixed the maximum surtax at for- |
[ty irstead of fifty r cent, it was!
evealed today by Kfn-tar)‘ of the
I'Trensury Mellon in a letter to Repre
entutive Sweet of Jowa. lnvrfeu
lurding and Mellon first recommeri
{1 32 per cent,
ihee figures showing the big
rwounts a small number of people
id huve pocketed under the sur
te«. were given on behalf of
the farm leaders in the House, who
iwht for the higher rate, ard Swee
feclared that the secretary’s revela
ore than justified the opposi
n of the ngricultural representa.
during the tax fight,
{he maximum surtax of 50 per
vat applies to incomes above $200,-
00 a year. The 1919 returns, Mellor |
dd, showed 1451 persons reported
t incomes above that mark, but he
e-timated the surtax this year would
+ reduced to levy on 1,088,
Farm bloc members, stated the Mel
letter, was most significant and
hew plan to make wide use of it in
;v ‘ong therr stand for a higher
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MONTROSE C REAMERY MAKES
ELCORD BUTTER YEAR
Montroewe P - {
ke Mon? e Creamery in 1921
pacd out to the farmers $49.645.78 for
hutter fat and sweet cream. In 1920,
they pmd out §60,620.70, yet in 1921
they bought more pounds of cream
ind made more butter than in the pre
eding Vear i
Ir. fuct 1921 was the biggest vear
1 the history of the ereamery. Each
morth of the year produced more but
te than in the previous year
Yet the average price of butter fat
ard butter thruout the year made the
value considerably less than the prev
jous year
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MINER'S JAW BROKEN BY
SLIP OF JACK HANDLE
lewi» Santora, a miner at Baldwin,
wot a badly broken jaw Monday,
when a fellow workman let slip the
handle of a jack he was using in
Iifting a car. The other miner had
placed his foot on the handle, when it |
lipped off, and the uuddt-nl)’ rising
arm caught Santora under the jaw
bone. Dr. Hanson was called and brot |
him to Gunnison Tuesday where an
X-Ray was taken of the broken place.
T L S —— i
Alex. Calhoun, president of the Del
ta County Stock Growers' As’sn, an
nounced “Estray Day” at Delta on
Thursday the 12th. The men were to |
ride the 11th, but all to meet at the
Delta stockyards on the 12th C. M.
Ryan, stock brand inspector, was to
be present, Montrose stockmen are
also having an estray day tomorrow.
F. P HANSON, M. D, »
* Phone 118 Glasses Fitted °
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h E. M. NOURSE ’
* Rooms 1,2, and 3, Bank Block
* Guanison { olarade
. Attorney at Law
- U, S. Commissioner
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. STONE & KOCHEVAR ¢
» Attorneys at Law *
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* Dunke! Building, Rooms 3 and 4 *
* Gunnison Colorado *
. Clifford H. Stone .
h Matt J. Kochevar .
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. V_w;—l . . . . . .
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* J. P. McDONOUGH, M.D. 2
. Physician and Surgeon :
.
* Phone 102 W—Day or Nlfi *
: Office over 'O’Leary’s Drug Store :
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B REX ELLINGTON 3
| ¢
e Doctor of Dental Surgery 1
1 X-Ray Diagnosis ™ l
{* Office in Quinn Bldg., ever °!
.: Gunnison Bank. Phome 177. °/
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' ELUM M. RUSSELL M. D. !
e Medicine and Surgery ’
* Specialist in Obstetrics and !
i > Discases of Children
! : Phone 153, Day or Night
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"._:_. T are ey et
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Pe ADAMS
e UNDERTARING PARLORS
= Adjoining Furmiturs Store
* Clarence Adams. Funeral Director
e Gunnison. |« wiarade
: Day phone 56J - Niybi phone o
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: Phone 99-W License N 0.4% |
\ MRS. SUSIE 1. JLLER :
: Undertaker & 7 mbilmer :
: Crested Butte Cunprs
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THE NEWS-CHAMPION, GUNNISON, COLORADO
RANCH AND RANGE
To Standardize Farm
Machinery. Need
Here on Sleighs
A committee of four on standardi
zation of farm machinery is to be ap
pointed by the 4:. merican Farm Bureau
Foderatic I'he appointment of the
committer was requested by a confer
' n the general offices on Decem
er 2. In addition to the Farm Bu
wu t va 1] Association of Farm
Equipment Manufacturers, the Na-
Lic I ement and Vehicle Deal
rs Associat and the American As
t of Agricultural FEnginecers
vd representadin at the conference
I mmittee was instrimted to work
out a prograr of development for
tandardizing all farm machinery and
to report a large meeting of all
groups intervsted in affecting stand
ardization savings of farm implements
One of the first things that «oght
to be done is to standardize ddeigh
runners so that there would not L
five different widths required of the
sl dealers, with the resultant trou
ble in packing the sleigh roads. There
ire in use in this county the widths
f three feet eight inches, three feet
te nches, four feet, four feet four
inche ind the tandard wagon and
ito width of four feet eight inches
Ihe local dealer, instead of keeping
SSO worth of repairs, must keep S6OO
worth, and then find himself out
ccasionally of some required size.
West Slope Traffic
Man is Proposed
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
WOLLD HAVE VARIOUS CITIES
JUIN IN EMPLOYING RATE EX
PERT: THIS WOULD SAVE
MUCH
irand Junction News:—
A movement has been inaugurated
by the Grand Junction Chamber of
Commerce for the employment of a
traffic expert whose territory will be
the entire Western Slope. It is be
lieved by those who have investigated
the possibilities of a traffic bureav
that it would be far more than self-|
supporting in the saving of freight
charges on shipments to and from
lope points, and that, once installed
and in operation, the business men
would not consider dispensing with
it !
The plan, in brief, is to have such
a bureau cover the entire slope in its
scope and to divide the expense be
tween the various cities in proportionr
to their population or to the amount |
of business done.
Business men know that annually
they pay a considerzble amount in
excess freight charges due to the mis
treating of shipments. Frequently
one rate will apply for one class of |
commodities, while lesser rates may
apply for others and it is in the check
ing of these freight charges that an
expert ean save large sums for the
shippers. |
Should a traffic bureau be installed
in Grand Junction and an expert rate
man placed in charge, shippers would |
send their list of freight charges to'
him to be -checked to see that there!
had been no overcharge. He would!
also have charge of all matters per-|
taining to freight shipments and
claims. In addition, it is believed|
that such an expert could bring to!
light many inequalities in rates that!
would no doubt result in adj\xs(mflvu.f
He would also take the lead in 8
movement for more equitable rates;
from intermountain points, which are’
now being sadly discriminated against. |
This proposition will be submitted|
to the various towns over the Western
Slope. It is estimated that such a
bureau would cost in the neighbor
hood of 3350 a month. The towns
may be asked to contribute to its up
keep on the following basis: Delta,
S6O; Rifle, 320; Glenwood Springs,
$45; Fruita, S2O; Grand Junction,
£120; Hotehkiss, $10; Montrose, £6O;
Palisades, sls ; and Paonia, S3O,
which in all would give $350 per
month.
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'GOING OVER TO SEE THE
! BIG STOCK SHOW
' A trainload of Gunnison cattle went
lout Tuesday ahead of Stock Show
week, tho not much of the stock w:
Ibilled for entry in the show i'.ul.z
Some 25 ranchmen included cattle in
the jackpot shli?ment. among them be
ing Fred McKee, three cars; T. L.
Crews, six cars; Richard Vader, two
cars; Anderson hm.. two cars; H. F.
‘hmpe. two cars; Lang m two
cars. Jos. McDermott and Mil
ler also went lhl& Anderson Bros.
intend to&: over end of the week.
Most of shippers will take in the
steok show or part of it.
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Record-Stockman---H. 8. Carpentey
& Son of Szgnem. Colo., sold 41 feed
rs, weight Ibs., ::“is; 16 cows, 953
Ibe., at $4.75, and 1 910 lbs,, at s3.{
eA M) e £ ¥
Steve Watters made a business trip
z’m city from Sargents way Satur-
SRS R 8 S e——
l: “«d Band Butter ‘
; ; “an't Be Beat. ;
"‘:E Me::7ose Creamery Co.
News of the Stock—litems
about Stockmen—Following
B Plow and Shovel—Dry Farm
ing Notes of Interest.
Planning to Organize
National Farm
Loan Association
The possibility of organizing a
National Farm Loan Associgtion in
Gurn son County has been considered
by some of the ranch owners of the
county
John B Outealt has reeeived of the
Federal Loan Bank of Wichita, infor
matdn as to the .procedurs necessary
o organize a local assoeiation, and
the benefits which may be received.
To organize a National Farm As
sociation requires ten or more mem
bers who elect their directors and of
ficers:
Farm lbans may be made for m;
ampunt up to §10,000 to each appli
cant. ‘
Interest rate is § per cent and 1 pe:
sent of the principal, total yugl'y\
payment is 7 per cent and in 33 years
the loan is released. loan can be
paid off any time. ”
Loans will be made up to 50 per1
cent of the land value and 20 per
cent of the fmprovements. {
As most all borrowers are now pay
ing 8 per cent interest, if they can
place a loan with the Federal Lend
Bark, it would only cost them 7 per
cent annum and the debt is paid in
23 years, !
Any parties interested are request
ed to write to Mr. Outcalt for furth
er information. |
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GOVERNMENT REPORT MADE ’1
ON FARM LABOR COSTS, 19211
Colorado farm labor wages hav!]
been greatly reduced during the past
vear but are still about 30 per cent
above 1913, about 20 per cent above
1916, and 5 per cent below the aver
age for 1917, The average rate with]
board per month during 1921 was $39
compared with $65 during 1920. The
rate per day for harvest labor with
board averaged $2.75 as compared.
with $3.70 last year; without b anl.!
$£3.35 compared with £565 last year.
Wages by the day other than hi vest
‘work with board was $2.10, compared
with 32,70 last year; without board,
about $2.85 per day, com(g:red with |
£4.60 in 1920. Says the vernment
Crop report for December. ]
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-~ Jos. MeDermott went over to I'en
ver Tuesday to take in Stock Show
next week, and examine the new
farm machinery ofl'erinjmwhich will be
on display at the big w. Mr., Mec-
Dermott is International Harvester
‘agent for this county and always
keeps abreast of the times in hand
ling the latest labor-saving equip-.
ment for rancmen. j
SLOAN'S RELIEVES
OR forty years Sloan's Liniment |
has been the quickest relief for
neuralgia, sciatica and rheuma
tism, tired muscles, lame backs, sprins
and strains, aches and pains.
Keep Sloan's kandy and apply freely,
without rubbing, at the first {“Hg:’.
It eases and brings comfort surely
and readily. You'll find it clean and
non-skin-staining.
Sloan’s Liniment is pain’s encmy.
Ask)v:rncilgbbor. . .
At all druggists—3sc, 70c, $1.40. |
Sloan’
Liniment @
ns:fig TSR
m efore retiring,
Skin t Oneof Dr. Hobeot 5
i roub mm
i 5 Eobson’s |
. Ointmentm
Act Quickly
: bt
+ Dothe rifiht thing at the right time.
| Act quickly in time of danger.
| In time of kidney danger Doan’s
[Kidley Pills are most effective.
' Plenty of evidence of their worth
| im this vicinity.
Mrs. R. S. Lowe, 620 Fourth St.,
Ouny. Colo., says: “I recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills a le.:"run ago
and 1 can repeat what I said for them
aow. 1 have never had -n{ kidney |
disorders since that time. recom- |
mend Doan's every timel get a
chance.” ?
AFTER FOUR YEARS Mrs. Lowe
added: “I haven't suffered with kidney
trouble since Doan’s Kidney Pills cur-|
od me. I advise any kidney sufferer
to use them.” i
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-—wet
Doan’s Kidney Pills— the same that
Mrs. lowe had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
THE HEAD LETTUCE CRAZE
TAKES MOUNTAIN VALLEY
| M. a2 Mrs. W. P. Sammans re
turmed Tuesday from an eight P
{trip to Wutd!i& where tbarhnc
jer, Mrs. A. B. Frank, is living. No
|snow on that side of the range, but
| ranchers ‘;3 the Wet Mountain valley
‘would gladly exchange some of their
| milder climate for more as
3"" ranges are very bare m
| snow. 1
) Mr. Sammons relates that the whole
| countryside there is enthusiastic over
! head lettuce, which some claim eannot
, | be overdone, as the market is an ex
, | panding one. Mr. Frank is going to
{itry an acre for a starter. mol
.|the ranchers in the Wet Mountain
Valley made as high as $500 an acre
.| last season and one man is tackling
.30 acres in 1922, However, it is tick
lish stuff to raise, since occasionally,
{/in a whole field where the cultivation
or irrigation is not handled right, the
_ heads will burst o and go to seed.
] It would &rtamg;nbo of advantage
! for some Gurnison ranchmen to try
head lettuce on a small scale, um:fi‘
.10 get the experience. Only the high
volleys can raise it, since at lower
‘altitudes it nearly always goes 1o
seed without forming heads. |
; St I e
POTATO MARKET IS ‘
' GRADUALLY CLI!IBINGJ
| The potato market is gradually
climbing once more, spuds being
loaded on the cars in western valleys
' this week around $1.10 to $1.25 in
. price, with no great anxiousness on
' the part of the farmers to unload.
After the first flurry, when npofl.n'
' came in of erop shortage, the market
settled back to low figures, but this
revival is pretty good evidence that
| first reports were correct, and that
there is enough potato shortage to en
sure good prices for spuds in the
‘upring. !
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¥ g . a
i J.J. Gregg and W. S. Swigart have
| recently purchased from local ranch-'
men 300 head of feeder steers and
something over 100 head of cows.i
, They are feeding these at Dos Riosl
.| ranches, having 1000 tons of good mix
1 ed hay to use up. While a stock ani-|
) mal cau be wintered, as someu'mu‘
' figured, on a ton of hay, it takes two
, or more tons to do the job well and
| put on flesh, so that the 1000 tons will
_ look small by spring. The steers were
purchased at five to five and a «:nm:r‘
" with much lower price for stock cows,
| so that (‘.r«gg {I;\::i Swigart hope !o;.
profits in the ing operations, if
there is any reaction in the markets
at all from low prices of 1921.
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| Paonian—Mrs Ruby Willson left on'
- Monday’s train for Florence, having
- spent the hulidl;n with her fiamu.
- Mr. and Mrs J. Nuttin‘. er sis
. ter, Mrs. Beryl Blackstock, and baby,
' also guests at the perental home, tooki
- the same train for Gunnison.” Mr.!
. Willson and Mr. Blackstock made brief '
~ visits here, but returned on the pre-!
(vious Monday to their homes. &
B —
CATARRHAL DEAFNESS |
s greatly relleved by constitutional treat- |
ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
Is a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal |
Deafness is caused by an {nflnm--d con- |
dition of the mucous lining of the usta
c¢hian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed
! you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed.
Deafrness is the result. Unless the in- |
flammation can be reduced, your hearing |
may be destroyed forever. HALL'S |
CATARRH MEDICINE acts through the |
blood on the mucous surfaces of the sys- }
tem, thus reducing the Inflammation and
:i-;:a'(‘iln: Nature In restoring normal can- ]
Circulars free Al hrumng |
F. J. Cheney & Co., Tol . Ohlo. ‘
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
| __Estate of Harry S. Crary, Dewnnd.‘
No. 485, !
Notice is hereby given that on the'
16th day of January, A. D. 1922, the
undersigned will present to the Coun
ty Court of Gunnison County, Colo
rado, its accounts for final settlement
of administration of said estate, when
and where all persons in interest may
gpp'cnr and object to them, if they so
esire.
THE GUNNISON BANK & TRUST
COMPANY, Admr. Siid Estate.
| First publication, Dec. 16, 1921. ~
| Last publication, Jan. 13, 1922
‘NO'I_’ICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
| Estate of Valentine Ehret, Jr, De
ceased. No 555. '
Notice is hereby given that on the
~ 30th day of January A. D. 1922, the
undersigned will present to the Coun
'ty Court of Gnmslu County, Colora
do, its accounts for final settlement
' of administration of said estate, when
and where all in interest may
, ;25‘: and obm to them, if they so
{ re. . g
THE FIRST NATIONAL
: OF cmmgx.
§ . Administrator.
| First publication, Dec. 23, 1921
L;um publication, Jan. 20, 1922. |
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_ REPAIRS FOR !
i Commonsense Sleighs
.; Themwnno;willmbohmudnhveonhu;d.
general line of repairs for these celebrated sleighs now so
‘ generally used in these valleys ’
| Steel Sleigh Shoes. We have the finest
|§ Hickory Tmforallklndsof_wl.
i Jos. McDermott, Agent
[l LBCAGENT tr Oumiioon Comsty. |
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922
3 ERF TRS CERE i eg P
! Mrs. Anna C. Miller and little son
' came down from Crested Butte Sum
|day to settle up some business here.
- and left this week for Leadville, where
/she expects to make her future home
|with her father, J. J. Moynahan.
>
e epereere s Aet
i SUMMONS
p i o———
i STATE OF COLORADO, -
l| County of Gunnison,
.f IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
- BAYMOND 1. MLLER
| mand MAUDE A MIL
i LER
.1 Maintiffs, .
VS
) | FRANK CHALANX. D, J.
) MeCanne, The Unknown
: Helrs of Ot Mears,
.1 Deceased: Frank Adama,
Theodore H. Thomas, la
¥ ¢ Young., The Unknown
§ Heirs f Barbara E
Mullin, Deceased; Netife
d Brown and Fred A.J°
‘ Wolfe S 4 only
3 Helrs at La f Louls
! Grasmuck I —"s-v'd.i
3 The Cunnisor Gas &1
i Water Company, Thol
Gunnison land & Pro
' motion Company. 8 Vin-} .
{ son Fam Hiram G ) SUMMONS
[{ Wolff, Cornelius Ferris, |
. George Rust and Char
‘i les D Gurley as surviv- |
i ng Directors and asl
! Trustees f the sald]}
| The Gunnison lLand &|
l Fromotion Company. |
{ The Gurley Investment |
| Company and Charles
| D. Gurley and John E
! Jerome as Surviving
Directors and as Trus
' tees of the said The
| Gurley lq.\---tm'nlf‘om-
I pany; he La Veta
Ii Hotel Company, and A.
i B. Matthews, Receiver
|' of The Gunnison Town
! and Land Company,
R Defendants
| THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF
1 COLORADO to FRANK CHALANX,
| #t al.the Defendants above named.
‘. GREETING
4 YOU are hereby required to appear in
lan action bhrought against you by the
1 above named plaintiffs, in the Dis
trict Court of Gunnison County, State
jof Colorado, and answer the complaint
| therein within twenty days after the
(#ervice hereof, If served within this
Y eounty; or, If served out of this county
lor, If by publication, within thirty days
| after the service hereof, egclusive of
' the day of service: or judgment by de
| fault will be taken against you accord
{ing to the prayer of the tnmf!.lnt
| And If a copy of the complaint in the
above entitled action be not served
| with this summons, or If the service
hereof be made out of this State, then
| ten days additional to the time herein
| before specified for appearance and an
| swer will be allowed before the taking
| of Judgment by default as aforesaid
_ The said nction is brought to quiet
[ title to a part of Blocks 63 and 103
sand an undivided one-half interest in
| Block 85, all of Blocks 70, 84, 71, 62,
1104 and 105, in the Town of Gunnison,
| said County and State, according to the
official plat of West Gunnison, on file
In the recorder’'s office of sa'd County,
and prays that 4 decree be given, de
jclaring and adjudging that the above
'n-m«d drf'ndunl?, or either or any of
{them, have no inferest or cstate what
ever In or to sald real estate and town
jlots, or any part thereof, and that
plaintiffs be declared and adjudged, the
Jowners of said premiscs in fee simple,
| free and cloar ug any claim of =aid de
| fendants, and for such other and fur
[ ther relief as 3o the Court may seem
| Just and prunr, as will more fully
| appear from t eomplaint in sald ac
tion to which reference is here made;
| ""And you are hereby notified that if
|you fall to appear, and to answer the
,snlg complaint as above required the
| said plaimtiffs will cause your da-fi\ulj
I to be entered herein, and then proce
|to judgment against you as prayed for
[ in sald complaint
! @Given vmrrn-: my hand and the seal
jof ma'd Court at Gunnison, in said
'm.:;mv. this 20th day of November,
1A ). 1821
| (SEAL) THOS. W. ESTES, Clerk,
{ 'y BESSIE E. WOLFE, Deputy,
{ First publication December 30, 1921,
. KLast publication January 27, 1922,
|
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