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Colorado Population Increasing
TfOi»!i*< NUmitM mad* by the State Immigration Deportment. based upon report* of county tHcMutt and other data, place the present population of Colorado at approximately compared with W 5.629 reported by the federal cenaua bureau for January 1. I*3o - tncreaae apparently haa been larger in the ctly of Denver than tn any other eeclton of the atate Hrp<rt* of the munirt(*l water company and of the telephone and (U and light com. parte* »hoar large tncreaae* he re tn the number of *ervtce connect lone made tn the paat two year*, the reault of an ex tensive building campaign Somewhat eimtlar report* are rescued from other larger a tie* tn the *«ale. but » none of them hae the increase been »o pro aoun-ced aa In Denver In eat of the Larger cilie* in the agricultural dwtnri* unfavorable cor-dttaone affecting farm ing and aloe* raising have had a ten* dency to retard municipal development to eomc extent There haa teen a needy Jut alow in rreaae Us population in the non- irrigated sections of eastern Colorado tn (he past three year*, though a few local the triels that have suffered crop failure* have le*e land under cultivation now than they did four year* ago and have hat eomenhat in farm population The meet notable increase* tn fane popula tion since IV3D apparently have been tn taulb-eaelera part of the elate, tn tiaca. LasAnimae. Kiowa, Cheyenne and tom* adyotnmg countir* Agricul tural development, according to asses sor»' report*, has been more rapid tn these counties than elsewhere in the stale, but not so raped ae during u» two or three years immediately preced ing the last federal census report. The growth of the state's population depends very largely upon agricultural development The metal mines of the • tats have produced less in 1932 than in 1919. while the coal p-roduciton of the state (his year will perhapw be 2.600.000 abort of the high production of 1917 The cash value of the output will per hapa te about the same or orlv slightly les* But the acreage of land under cultivation and the number of farms being operated have increased slighllv each year. Present indications piolnt to a some what larger movement of farmers from other states to Colorado in 1933 than ai any time since 1930. There is consid erable inquiry about Colorado at pres ent from citiee where skilled workmen have been making fair wages and are in much better position lo purchase farms than the farmers themselves Herman Stra*ser has gone back to his old home in Amaaonia. Mo. Your Winter Trip lo Florida, the Gulf Coast or South Atlantic States, or Texas will be sur prisingly more enjoyable and for more satisfactory if your hotel «r bungal -w accommodations are ar ranged for well in advance and proper consideration is given to tlu selection of the rou'c to take y»u there. Reduced rate winter tour, tickets arc now on sale. You can go via one of the historic routes through the South and return via another of the famous routes through that m mantle land south of the Mason and Dixon line--stopping over to visit or sight-sec here and there as fancy dictates. The cost is surprisingly low. espe cially when you count the cost of remaining at home. Then, again, consider the pleasures and benefits to he derived from such a trip. Drop in and I’ll help you plan the trip and make your reservatkms Then the details will he arranged when you arc ready to start. The Burlington's morc-travci-com fort-at-the-same-cost service makes the going as delightful as the get |llijlJll|!!JllljJ| ting there. ■»» w ». TYLER ibsbhh Mr*. D. V. Stanley returned Wrrinc* ■lay from, a two month* visit with rela •»»e* end friend* in Lo* Angele*. Long Be*ch and Santa Barbara. California, and Central Point. Lentt-and Portland. Oregon. M. L. Haworth epient several days this week in Greeley. Mr* llatn W <-<**» and Ralph i -rf took A eld county tearhers rxa- * ti-held at New Raymer Th and Friday of this week Miaa Kmma Kolrk la here from ley tn vi*i| will) brr pn>mt«, Mr «rd Mrs. H. W. Polrk. until Tuesday *f■*» New Year.