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LEGAL NOTIOES _ NOTICE OF UNITED STATES MARSHAL’S SALE UNDER DECREE OF FORECLOSURE. By virtuo of a decree of foreclosure. har ina tho forcé and effect of an orde’r of sale and wril of execution, issued out of the United States Dletrict Court in and for the Distrlct of Colorado, on the 9th day of No yember, A.D. 1942. in favor of the United ■tales of America and agalnbt J.G. Marti nes and Sofía Martínez, whereln lamdir ected to solí tho personal property, goods and «hállele oí said defendants descrlbed in said deeree and in the chattel niortgage apon whlch the said decree was entered, siluatod in Costilla County, State of Colo rado, on certaln property known as the Tírelo Segura Farm, six miles southeast of •an Pablo, to-wit: 1 Borrel mare, SM about 900 Ibs. 1 Borrel mare. 1-2 years oíd 1 Borrel horse, 1-2 years oíd 1 Borrel Gelding, 4 years oíd 1 Borrol gelding. 8 years oíd 1 Borrel stud. 8 years oíd. All branded Quarler Gírele 76. 1 Model D. John Deere Tractor, Serial No. 124117, good eondltlon. 1 No. 82 John Deere Beet Cultivator 1 No. 28 John Deere Beet Llfter 1 Mía. Caso Separator i Throo bottom John Deere Gang Plowlí" 1 10-hold Emerson Bise Drill 1 McOormick-Deering 6 foot Blnder 1 10-Ft. MeCormlck-Deerlng Rake 1 1-Foot Deei-ing Mower 1 Platform Bcale 1 Walhlng Dltcher 1 Farm Wagón Flftoon 1161 Chlckens > doable trees 1 set Doublo Harnees. Incompleto. 1 staok of Meadow Hay, ten to 12 tons. Now, thoroforo, I shall expose the above dosorlbed property for sale at public auction on Tuosday, the flfteenth day of December, A.D. 1M2, al the hour oí two o'clock in the aflernoon of said day upon the premlser above descrlbed in the County of Costilla, State of Colorado, for cash, to the highest and best blddor therefor, to satisfy the judgment of the United States of America as af oresald. Daled thls23rd day of November, A.D. 1942. A.D, Falrbanks United States Marshal in and for the Distrlct oí Colorado. tWasted money is waatea Uve,. Don’í waite precian* Uvm. Every dallar yon can •pare ohould be uied to buy War Bondi. Buy your ton por oont every pay day, Joe Palooka says — oí n't forget to go that 10% by ’s!'\¿ •v.ry pay dayl NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE AT TAX SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER’S DEED. To Every Pernon In Actual Poueislon or Oeeupency of the herelnafter Descrlbed Land.Lot or Premisei, and to the Person in Whaae Mame the same was Taxed or Bpecial ly Assessed, and to all Persona harina an I nterest or Title of Record in or to the iauie, and To Whoru It May Concern, and more •specially to JULIA BRENNAMAN (Eet.J, and BKN M. CRKWB (Helr), Toa and eacb of yon are hereby notlfied that on the 10 th day of Lecember, A.D. 1928, and on the 16th day of December, A.D. 198» the tben Oounty Treasurers of the Uounty of Costilla, in the Hlate oí Colorado, soid at >ublio tax salo to Costilla Oounty, thefob lowins deseribod real óslate sitúate In the Oounty of Costilla and State of Colorado, te-wit: Lote I and 9 in Black ICO of the Tomo of Fort Garland, Colorado. Togother wllk all improvemenls, water and water rlghte appertainina to same. That said tax sale wat uiade to satisfy the dolinquont General laxos, undor Tax Hale Certifícale'■ No’e M298 a 96(68 taxes assessod agamsl said real estáte for the years iwe a IW7, That said real óslate wat taxed in the namoof JULIA BRENNAMAN forsaid yoars 1W» a ltt7; That said Costilla County Trsasurer as> sisnod the certifícate of purebase issued on aooount of said tax sale and that Gillermo Medina is the lawful holder of said certifí calo and Las made requeet lipón the Trea suror of said County for a deod to snid real ostatoj That a tax deed will be issued for said real óslate to the said GUlornio Medina on the flth day of Marcb, A.D, 1948, unloso the same has beou redoemed, WitneM wj hand ibis 2nd day of Decein ber, Á.D. 1942. Joe M. Eepiuozn, A County Trenurer of Coatill* County, Colorado, fira Publicetion, Decaí ber í, 1042. *' Pectmuer 20, 1042. LiV Ahncr says — _/T? z-. 00 - =z<\/W- Gawá There ain’t much time b'fon New\ ar’s— aid we gotta sign up fei War'l ”ds witi 10% of our pay bj time! Nancy says — Guess what Sluggo! My dad just did tbe swellest thing ... he signed up 10% of bis pay for War Bonds and it ain’t even New Year’s yet! •lop Tho» 10% by New YeoHs" Andy Gump says — \ "OH, MIN—We’re going to buy more War Bonds. Lite everyone else we’re going to ’top that 10% by New Year’s’. n DO YOUR TIRES (HJgáíJH) htEu miAhl» Whou you huve tire trouble vulue Le UU1 c.X10p liLU let, Ub iix yuu up ut luwebt poubibie cobt. Whether it be a puno ture or vulcanizing— we will ted you houeetiy what is U eeueu uuu the mobt econo uucai methou ot treatwg the uree&tubes. (dive us a Tria!, Autliorized Uealer WILLA hD & (iLÜBE BATTERIS BATTEK1ES: Recharged and Rebuilt UAD1OS XEPA1XED mtSHA.AlUOCli Oaaoline H.P.Al. Motor OH 8AVE MONEYH! HELP Y OVE COUHTEY By Ordering Your COAL Irom U« Kiglit Away. DEUV A LOSS TO VOU, Ao on advento In pncoo it Inevitable. ‘Joseph’s Strv. Station San Luis, Colorado. Remember Pearl Harbor— Every Payday í g — REGARDLESS of what has happened to this queer oíd world in 1942, there is still love and and friendship out of which we may fashion anpther happy Christmas Season. We want to say now that we wish all of our frierais every success in finding during this Yuletide all the happiness it can possibly bring. D. O. Tipton, County Attorney Joe M. Eapinoza, County Treasurer Precedes Ortega, Deputy “ William Lobato, County Clerk Fred Espinoza, “ Sheriff Joe E. Aragón, “ Commissiouer. -w» TTOOTiwnaii «y bohds \ ; - P Top that ? VOTO de GRATITUD Quiero darles las más sinceras gracias a los votantes del Condado de Costilla por el buen soporte que me dieron en la elec- ción pasada. Cual les dire, que en aprecio MNf fF nH no tengo mas que ofrecrles que en darles Mí el mejor servicio posible, y también les BF- diré que háre lo último en mi poder para ver si puedo colectar las tazaciónes en todos los distritos de escuela, y de ese modo puedámos educar a los hombres y mujeres de mañana. JOE M. EBPINOZA. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO Alt-. .xl/. A ■ UI14I1 UJ8I8II1I1L JuST the friendliest of wishes for your happiness and cheer at Christmas time and always Let not the sacrifices of 1942 have been in vain. Sao Luis Raller Mills W.S. Parruh, Sr. Prop. ZZZ.tKXK.ÍTOU'.'ZCZTC.C.O'.iXZZZX. The Yokumg say- Holy Smoktll Wa gotttr git loma cuh lomewara’i to wa kin put 10% into War Bondi. Everybodfa gol tar do that by New Y'tr’t. ■ñSSíSSSmSSSS TRUCK SERVICE I AM PREPARED & EQUIPPED TO RENDER ALL KINDS OF Truok Sarvioe FOR THE PUBLIC Especially the Trucking of STOCK to any market in the State. For any Trucking Service Cali JOE F. GALLEGOS Fort Garland, Coto. The Costilla County Democrat —- Enteríd at theiPcstcffic-e as Second Class Mail Mattel- PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY At SÁN LUIS, COLO Frank LaCombe A. LaCombe Business Managing Manager Editor ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ SubacriptioTt flUwK Rute From where I sit... by Joe Marsh Thad Phidbs* house got struck by lightnin’ a couplc of nights ago.The kitchcn chimncy was knockcd olf and the roof set on fire, and Thad foundthings pretty lively and ex citin’ for a spell. The fire was soon out though, thanks to the prompt and efficient work of the local fire department, as the paper says ... and I never seen a man so grateful as Thad. Chief Ed Carey was sort of em barrassed, I guess, by the thanks that was bein’ heaped on him. “That’s all right, Mr. Phibbs," he says. ‘T'hat’s all right, sir— that’s what you pay laxes for.” « • • From where I sit, I’d say Chief Ed’s remark seems to have a les son in it... a lesson on the way that taxes come back in mighty real benefits to the people. Take the taxes on beer, Crin- Btance—more than 2Y t blllion (fol lare, I hear, figurín’ federal, state and local, ín the nine years since beer’s been back. There was a tíme—remember— when a lot of that money went into the pockets of bootleggers and No. 5 of a Series Copyright, 1942, Brcu-ing Industr) Foundation Smilin’ Jack says — t- j "You kaow, it’s swell of tbe folka at Lome to buy War Bondi the way tbey’re doing. 1 undrrstand everybody is going to be signed up for 10% of their pay by New Year’s!" HaroJd Teen says — "On the level folks, wa’ve all got to buy more War Bonds! Let’s top that 10% by New Yaar’i." YO VE FRIENDLY San Luis Theatre SAN LUIS, COLO. - BRINGS TO YOU c , Robert Young • Jlinwy Marsha Hunt Monday *° Tuesday , ’® e Am er ' can ” News WEDNESDAY “ULTIMOS DIAS DE & THÜRSDAY POMPEYO” JAMES CAGNBY FR1DAY in & SATURDAY , 4C1 ... _ ,, “Something To Sing About’ blind pigs. But today it’s cominf right back to the treasuries of the nation, the states and the locai communities ... for the benefit of everybody, a a a Some goes, for example, to pay for the things Unele Sam needs to fight the war with . . . for tanks and ships and bombers. Quite a lot goes for things liko public health, and education, and good roads and the like. And some of it, I surmise, has gone to support the fire company that gave Thad such good Service the other night. ♦ • • To modérate folks, who like a friendly glass of beer now and then, there’s a sort of satisfaction in knowing that right now this bever age of moderation is furnishin' the public treasuries well over a mil* llon dollars every single day. That’s quite a lot of money—es pecially nowadays when Unele Sam needs every cent he can get hold of. Unele JUillie Mulliría aaya- One of my biggest investments is War Bonds. 1 figger on putting at least 10% of all my earnings into War Bonds from New Year’s on! Smitty saya- w T /O "An office boy like me doesn’t maka much money, but l’m putting 10% into War Bonds every payday ‘cause it'l my duty." "loa Tlwf 10% by N.w Ym,',"