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W. 0. MOSMAN
U. S. COMMISSIONER. WALDEN, COLORADO. Office days:— Monday nnd Saturday of each week. LOANS REAL ESTATE alfrld h. LAW t Attorney nnd Counsellor-nt-Lnw Notary Public. Telenhooe Numbtri j Raldtoc* * OHice, =•== ( Walden 28 Church Directory. Walden: Sunday School at 10 A. M. Epwortli League 7 P. M. Prayer Service Wed. Ere. 7 P. SI Cowdrey: Sunday School every Sabbath at »1. M. Preaching Service every other Sab bath at 3 P. M. Everybody cordially invited Geo. H. Trowbridge. Pastor. L. R. RHODES L. R. TEMPLE E. D. FOSTER RHODES, TEMPLE & FO6TER LAWYERS eoßM.roi.mao> aeareori.o ro.i»r.» .teoioirao FORT COLLINS. COLORADO B. A. BALLARD FANCHER SARCHET BALLARD & SARCHET attorneys at law FORT CO: .LINS .COLORADO Pion oouna **• GEO. A. CARLSON RUSSELL W. FLEMING CARLSON & FLEMING attorneys at law fort COLLINS room COLORADO PAUL W. LER COUNSELOR AT LAW FORT COLLINS ai, ooooa.no aoaa.. COLORADO F.iVN.< ANNIS FRED W. STOW ANN IS & STOW ATT IRNEYS VND COUNSELORS AT LAW FORT COLLINS ■oao.ro BODO.. COLORADO THOMAS J.LEFTWICH N EWTON W. CROSE LEFTWICH & CROSE ATTORNEYS AT LAW FORT COLLINS oraa Fuai hatiom.o a.mb.. COLORADO P. W. FISCHER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. j»I Walden Colorado. Time Table. MOFFAT ROAD Train No. 1 l.tmve Denver 7:30 ». in. Arrive Tollaml 9:35 “ Leave Tolland 9:45 •* “ Corona 11:30 •• “ Granby 3:10 I*. M. “ Sulpbur SprlnjjM 3:3H " “ KrenuulliiK 3:30 “ Arrive Yarmouy 5:00 3 Leave •' 9:40 A. M. •* Kreinmlinx 11: to “ Sulphur Si»riiiKM 13:<»0 M. •• Granby 13:30 I*. .11. •• Corona • 3:05 *• * Arrive Tollaml 4*33 '* Leave “ 4:40 Arrive Uenvrr 0:30 " WALTER L.SHAIR, M. ?. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, ji -* Walden. Colorado THE FORT COLLINS BUGGY CO. The famious Waterloo 310 Jefferson St Fort Collins. Phone Poudre 316. TIME TABLE Laramie, Hahns Peuk. and. Pacific Railway Train No. I Leave Laramie Daily, Except Sunday, 8:30 Arrive at Centennial 10:20 Train No. 2 Leave Centenniut Daily Except Sun day 4 00 P. M. Arrive Laramie 5 85 P. M. ' # NOTICEI All meahTeaten at (he Riach coal bank must be paid for at the time th* y are taken. Wo. J- Jdeinemaut THE KELLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE will furnish reliable help of any kind on short notice. • OFFICE, 303 First Street. , P. O. Lock Box No. 520. TELEPHONE 128 Red. LARAMIE , WYOMING. GIVE ME A CALL, JAMES KELLY I have for lease or luiy contract ISO acres of land with plenty of water and yvill give good terms. T must change residence on account of my health. Sofia Erickson, Iligho, Colo. Phone lied 0821, Walden Exchange. LODGE DIRECTORY. WOODMEN of t he WORLD, meet at the I. O. O. F. hall the second and fourth Saturday of each month. I. O. O F. meet the llrst and third Saturday of each month. The Women of the Woodcraft meet at the I, O. O. F. hall the first and t hird Friday of each month. AH hilL for lumber obtained from th West Side Saw Mill are due in 80 days after delivery. 10 per cent interest after 80 days. Win. I*l Bennett. FOR : SALE—Fine Duroe Pigs. eight weeks old. Five dollars a pair deliver ed at the Boswell stage station Addrot Grace Creek Live Stock Co. Jelm, Wyo 60 YEARB* EXPERIENCE H V L J J i L J fil I j , I k■■ • 1 Tsadc Marks Designs r fYTv Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents •ent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through ftluun A Co. receive •pmial notice, without charge. In tbe Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir culation of any scientific journal. Terms. $3 a year: four months, SL Sold by all newsdealers. ftIINN & Co. SB,B '“ i * ,T - New York Branch Office. 636 F BL, Washington. U. C. Notice of Application to Lease State Lands. Office of the Stole Board of Lind Com- [ miasiounrs Denver, Colo. Juno 20 1908 J Notice is hereby given that Edward A. Wnttenlmrg, whose postoflice address is Fligho. Colo, has made'application No. 511(1to lease the followingdescribed School Linds, Situate in Larimer Comity Colorado, to wit*: SVV} and SWI-I of NWI 1 of Sim: 30 Twp 10 It. SI W. No other application to lease tin: above described lands will lie considered after July 23 1908. * John F. Vivian, Register. (Ist Pub. July 2 last Pub. Aug.fi) Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior i Lind Office at Denver. Colo, Juno 27. 190 S ) Notice is hereby gi\en that Wade: C. .loin's, uf Walden, Colo., u lie. bn January 13. 19t>v, made Loin* lead i n try No 20511. for Ili • K.V n. s.', \ El 4'See. 17 Twp S N it 7 < v' j I’M! lias tiled notice of intenr. •> j t.» ui:ik< ' Final five year pro »L i.. . ris!t clain to the lau . above d.-o ibe I, l. |.,ry W O. Mosman. 11. S. < '.•mini sinner it I . office, at Walden. « ’..10 . on the I .Jit day Aug. 191 IS. Claimant nain -s is \vb nesses: William Jones. Oliver Buber. John Weder. Miller Miiscnian. all of Walden, l 'olorado, (’. D. Foul, lb gistci (Ist Pub. July 2 L st Pub. Aug. ll Forfeiture Notice Walden. Colo., ) July 10, 1908. | To Charles Snyder and Johanna Snj’der: You are hereby notified that 1 have expended during the year 1907 one him dred dollars in labor and improvements upon the Fox Lode Mining Claim .sit u ated in the Pearl Mining District, County of Larimer. State of Colorado, the local certificate of which is found of record in book 128, page 107, in tbe office of the rocorder of said county, in order to hold said claim under the pravisions of section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and the amendment thereto approve 1 January 22, 1880, con cerning annual I a nor upon minning claims being the amount required to hold said lode for the ]x»riod ending on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1907. And if, within 90 days from the p« ram service of this notice, or within 90 days after the publication thereof, -you fail or refuse to contribute your pr< port’on of such expenditure osco owners, which amounts to $88,331, your interest will become the property of the subscriber, your co-owner who has made the requir exfienditure, by the term of said section. S. B. Hurl. (Ist Pub. Julyl0: lab. Puh Oct. 15) Notice of Application to Lease State Lunds Office of the Slate Board of Land Com / missiouors. Denver, Colo. Juno 241 1908 ) Notice is hereby given that. T. P. Stephens, ' whose jiost.office address is Denver, Colo., lets made application No 5185 to lease the following described School Lands, situated in Laramie Co., Colorado, to wit: All of Sec. 10—Twp. 7 N.— It. 77 W. No other abdication to lease the a dove described lands will In; considered after July 23. 1908. * , John F. Vivian, Register (Ist Pub July lost Pub Aug.O) Notice for Publication Isolated Tract Public Lund Salt- Land olliico at Denver, Colo. ) July 3 1908. f Notice is hereby given that, as direct ed by the Commissioner of tho General Land Office, under previsions of net of Congress approved June 27, 1900, Pub lic:—No 303, we will oiler at public sale to tbe highest bidder, at 11 o’clock A. M., on tbe 18 day of August 1908 next, at. this office, tbe following tract of land to wit: NEI-4 NEI-I and W* NEI-4, Sec- 12 T. 9 N. R. 82 N. Otli P. M. Any person claiming adversely tbe above described lands are advised to file their claims or objections, on or before the day designated for sale. i C. I>. Ford. Register. Hugh Taylor, Receiver. (Ist Pub. July 9: last Pub. August 13) Notice for Publication Department of the Interior ; U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo., [- June 19, 1908. ) Notice is.hereby given that Thomas J. Payne of Cowdrey | Walden 1\ O. | Colo, who on July 19, 190-1 made Desert. Lmd Entry No. 07)0 for swj, SF.f Sec. 4, Nl N\vf, nwl NF-L Sec-. 9 Twp. 10 n. Range 79 West, Oth, P. M., has filed notice of intention to make final D. L E. Proof to establish claim to the land above des cribed, before Win. O, Mosman an U. S. Commissioner at his office, at Walden, Larimer Co. Colo, on the 7th day ot August, 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: Augustus E.*Dwinoll, Ma’.come C. Ward George A. Barnes, and David Hendrick son ; all Walden, Colo. C. D. Ford, Register. (Ist.Pub. July 10: Last Pub. July 30) Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, 1 U S. Laud Otlico at Denver* Colo.. [- July 8. 1908. ) Notice is hereby given that Harriet M. Blevins, of Walden, Larimer Co., Colo., who, April 29. 1904, made Desert L/md Entry, No. 008 0-157, for North £ Section 3l < Township 9 N, Range 78 W, Otli P. M. Meridian, has tiled • notice of intention to make Filial D. L. E Proof to establish claim to the land above des crib-*', lc*f«-re W. (). Mosmsn, F. S. CoUimissiuiu-r at. bi-i offiic e at. Wal.lon, Larimer, Co, Colo., on the 29th day oi August, 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: C Washington Alderdice, Roy Woods, Chas. P. Say I os, and Montie Blevins all of Walden. Ltrimer Co. Colo. C. 1). Ford. Register. (Ist Pub July l(»: last Pub. Aug. 20) « OirJ ■ ; much tou tjuvctAA \m 11 fwYoViIGN ] fill E«G»»Yt 1\ 1 ■ fumTiNC rum to* »u purposis !■ If It LUSTRATIONS FOM »OS A. SPtCIALTV ltj I -DENVER EWiRAVIIiGC" I I ||»l4 CMBTI* *T. BtWVkW . COLO, jj 190. Enclosed find.. .$ 1 -00 for SunscniPTON to RANCH & RANGE to .. RANCH &. RANGE PUB. CO. Offices 401-402 Commonwealth Bldg. Denver, Colo. Per. . .. .. ....... 190... Received of $ 1.00 for Subscription to Ranch & Range to Ranch & Range Pub. Co. Office 401-402 Commonwealth Bldg. Denver. Colo. Pec- If you wLh to Hiiitscrihe for t his |*npor send in tbe above two slips wit h $l.OO to the NEW ERA and the Ranch & Range u ill be sent to you for one year Notice for Publication (Isolated Tract) Public Lund Sule. Lind Office at Denver, Colo, f July Bth, 1908. ) Notice is hereby given that, ns direct ed by the Commissioner of the General Lmd Office, under provisions of Act of Congress approved June 27. 1903, Public —N0.303, we will offer at public sale, to tbe bigest bidder, at 11 o’clock A. M, on the 2-lth day of August 1908 next, at this office, tho following tract of land, to wit: nw| NKlSec. 7, T. 9 N. R. 81 W. and ki?l nw| and NKi swj Sec. 0 'l'. 9 N . It. 81 West Oth P. M. Any person- claiming adveis-ly the above-described lands are advised to file their claims or objections, cm or before tho day above designated for sale. C. D. Ford, Register. Hugh Taylor. Receiver. (Ist Pub. July 10: last Pub. Aug. 20) OFFICAL STATEMENT OF T E FINANCIU CONDITION OF THE NORTH PARK BANK at Wuhloii, Stutn of Colorado, at tho oloso of liusiun&s ou tlm la day of duly. UNIS. ItKsouiiCßS Dollars Cts bonus and Discounts, 120101 Ovord rafts, 1102 98 Otlior Honda, Stocks and Securities 1283 19 KanUiiu; House, 1 500 Furniture and Fixtures, 189378 Duofrom Hanks or Hankers. 157125 Chocks and (’ash Items 17 4 75 Cash on 1 laud, ' 5 04101 Total 11 107 820 bmui.rrins Dollars Cts Capital Stock, 30000 Undivided Profits [Not) 8721 2 TimoCortillcntes of Deposit, 2833072 Individual Doposits, 4 137 542 Dm- to Hanks or Haukors, 4 110 0 Total 1 4 407 820 Sr.ITKof(’Of.ORAIIO. ) > , , ~ , . C.„l„ty..f l.n riiii.'r , I. A. A. "l.litor, < ,usli ier of the above-named Hank, do solemnly swear that tho abnvo statement is true to lie best of my knowledge and belief. A. A. Hunter. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to’boforc mo this 22 day of July. 1908. SEAL Kennoth J. MacCallum, Notary Public. My commission expires November 13, 1909. Attest [' K. J. MacCallum Majority of j A. A- Hunt or Directors I Andrew Putorson l. Flotchor Campbell Sale of State Lands. Notice is hereby K>von that I will-sell, at pub lic nuction. to the highest responsible bidder ou the 2nd ilay of September 1908, at *J P. M. o'clock at the oflico of The Stnto Board of Land Commissioners, Capitol HuildinK, Denver, Colo rado, the following described lands. Situate in Larimer County, Colorado, viz.: NW I 4 Sec. -*WTwp. 10 N. R. 70 W. » .. S', Sec. »i Twp. 10 N. It. 7.1 W (»»• per aero Subject to any and all oasements or rights of way heretofore legally obtained end now in full force and oiToct, if any thoro Im:.. Reserving, however, to the State of Colorado, all rights to any coal or other .ninnrul of any character underlying said land, togother with enough of the surface of same ns may lie neeess ary for tho proper nnd conveinicnt work of such mineral. Value of Inprovements on this land as apprais ed by this Dopartmont, StXX).(X) Ownor of Inprovemonts Thomas 11. Davoy- Fort Collins, Colorado. -'•ale Application No. 1700. No land will he sold at les4thnn the minimum price imt acre, ns given above. The parcels will he sold iu tho above ordor. and each tract will he sold as described above be the same more or loss. Terms of payment shall he as follows, viz.: On land selling for $3.50 tos2s per acre, It) per cent, of the purchase money on tho day of sale, the balance iu 18 equal annual payments at f per cent , per annum. Lauds selling at more than $25 per at re and less than $75 per acre 20 per cent, cash oh day of sale, the balance in 1: c pml annual payments at 7 percent., pur annum Lauds selling for $75 and upward. 30 per cent , •ash, and balance in 7 equal annual payments it 7 per cunt, interest. If the purchase! l,.cs not. nun t lie improvements, he must pa> at sale. Uuivlias. r will i-vecuM bond is provided in i.oetion 28. act of July It. 1905. hi chaser must, lie a citizen of tie* United viii. s. or one who has tl.-clur. .1 his iiibfmlii-.n m i - such. And must pay appruisiu.m: ii I avert •' ill. f- 8. John I-'. Vi via i He sur tate Ihmrd l.au I mi- Ist i.i-.rc n.i n July 23. l'»s. La d I'iil.fi i: i m Vugust 18. 190 s. Be >r River >.*l'*.. We still have a ft-. » <»«• • t t .- Box* I'oal Bank. They a•• ■•oh; ' $2.25 at i,l.<- Bank, L O lm. t g MEXICANS IN TEXAS SCHOOLS. Children of Wealthy Families ed in San Antonio. Ten carloads of school children from Mexico have arrived in t his city since the influx began about two weeks ago. Bays the Sau Antonio Express. Scores of them were accompanied by their parents, and the hotels o(‘ tho city have been indebted, in no small, degree, to this class of visitors fc- tho brisk conditions which have been ex perienced by them during the last sev eral weeks. Many of the children traveled from their distant homes alone or in pair* or trios, while it was no uncommon sight to see parties of nine or ten from the same localities across the Rio Grande at. tho various hotels. Nearly all the school equipment and wearing apparel for the entire year are purchased for these children here in .San Antonio before they enter their respective schools, and the commer cial importance of their annhal visit can easily he Imagined. Their parents, too, before returning home, spend several days in the city purchasing large quantities of Amcr! can goods to take back with them tc Mexico, and as the majority of them are persons of great wealth and social position at homo, their expenditures amount to thousands cf dollars. Of all the children from Mrxlco who ars educated in the United States the schools of ’ San Antonio secure over 70 per cent. Not only on account of tho proximity of the city to the bor der, but also because of tho general excellence of the sehoois and the healthful climate and surrounding** ex perienced here. San Antonio has *ii ways been the favorite place with t.;-‘ Mexicans for their children to obtain an English education. LIMITED FOOD SUPPLY. There is Not the Great Variety W: Generally Imagine. “Certain great food-staples hav*- proved themselves within the age # long experience of humanity to pos sess a larger amount of nutritive vai ue, digestibility, and other good quali ties, and a smaller proportion of un desirable properties than any others These, through an exceedingly slow and gradual process of the survival of the fittest, have come to form thf» staples of food in common use by the human race dll over the world. It is really astonishing how comparatively f pw there are of them, when we come to consider them broadly; tho flesh and the milk of three or four domestic animals, the flesh of three or four nnd the eggs of one species of domesti cated birds, three great grains—wheat, rice and maize—and a half-dozen smaller and much less frequent ones, .me hundred or so species of fishes and shell fish, two sugars,' a dozen ar so starch-containing roots and tu oers, only two of which —the potato and the manioc—are of real interna tional importance, twenty or thirty fruits, forty or fifty vegetables niak*» up two-thirds of the food supply o\ the inhabitants of the world. “Instead of wondering at the var 'cty and profuseness of the human food supply, the biologist is rather in clined to ejaculate with the London footman immortalized by John Leech who. when told by (he cook that there would he mutton chops for dinner and roast beef for supper, exclaimed: ’Nothing hut beef, mutton and pork-- pork, mutton and beef! Bin my opin ion, hit’s ’igh time some new hanima’ .vas in wonted!’” “No News in the Paper.” Frequently you pick up one of the ocal papers, and after glajicing at th* leadlines wearily, thrust It aside, re narking: "Nothing in the paper to lay.” Did you ever stop to think what hat phrase—“nothing in the paper to lay” means? II means that in the lay or week just ta ised that no mis fortune has befallen any one in our 3itv; that no fire has wiped out n neighbor’s worldly goods; that the trim angel of death has crossed nc thrbshold of a frl -nd; that no man Divert by liquor, hatred or fear has taken the life of a fc!!o\vmnn; that no poor devil, haunted by the past or the misdeeds of onto other, has crossed the great divide by his own hand. So the next time you pick up a paper that, doesn’t announce a tragedy. gi\e a little thanks instead of grunt ing because there is no news.—Ne vada Mail. Some Feminine Snap Shots. The (lollarless'nian is still a million aire If he hath not been robbed of hip dreams. Experience is life’s queer merchan dise that we buy with gray hair and shattered Illusions. She that stints her heart to feed her brain will sooner or later die of star vation. The jealous wife shouldn’t try to lay the ghost of her husband’s first love. No man remembers any woman that long. The Naval Militia Sized Up. In the whole naval militia fleet, of 22 vessels, there are only two or th" » upon which tho naval militia cap learn anything which will fit it for.serv ice in the navy In time of war. Tho fleet consists of one old monitor, one old cruiser, seven naval gunboat!*, nine yachts, two sailing ships nnd a nondescript.—Army and Navy Life Explained. Pruo —She claims that she- tell* only white lies. Dolly—Pshaw! That, girl i« co!o» blind. —Smart Set UNNERVED THREE DOGS. Lightning In Baltimore Plays Prank* and Scares Canines. Doing nothing more than scaro three dogs into a state of unstrung nerves and then, after striking a tree and scaling the rust off an iron grat ing, a bolt of lightning passed over the heads of the animals within a foot or two and stunned a man in a house a short distance away. The ! htning struck a locust tree In the yard of Adolph Kuehn, York road and Chestnut Hill avenue, while the thunderstorm was at. its height. Three dogs belonging to Mr. Kuehn — a Great Dane pup, a fox terrier, and another dog—had all made for the kennel and were huddled Inside keep ing dry, when the bolt struck. The bark of the tree was blazed off for nearly two feet and the dog ken nel was. filled with splinters. The lightning then glanced off to a fence around the kennel made of wire win dow grating, and playing around tho iron frame, scaled off the thick rust that had accumulated. Then it shot off. and, almost spent in strength, flashed rough an open win dow of the home of James Crosby, on Chestnut Hill avenue, adjoining tho Kuehn place. Mr. Crosby was near the window, and tho holt either struck him or passed so close to him that he was stunned for several minutes. He quickly recovered, though, and after finding himself the victim of tho lightning's freak proceeded to forget about it. The dogs, however, had lost every hit of nerve they ever possessed, and crouched together in the kennel until the thunder and lightning had ceased. Then they made a dash for tho house, and all day, with the fright of their experience still clinging to them stayed close to their human friends.— Baltimore Sun. WHITE FOR MOURNING. Black Has Given Way as a Color fo» Widow’s Weeds, Etc. Black mourning has had its day We are henceforth comine lea relne* blanches of the early Renaissance, to wear white mourning. This is not so much a reversion as a further imita tion of the victorious Japanese. A black hat, feathers and gloves, with t white dress, are to pass for le dernier cri do Fame en deuil. It will do a» well to he entirely in whito, or per haps better; unbroken whiteness is so blank, so insipid as to be almost penitential. The widow of royal linv 400 years ago was in white from top to toe. La Marguerite des Margue rites, who had lost her husband at thi battle of Pavia, went to Madrid to vi* it her captive brother habited in whiL- j —wimple, riding habit and all In ' white, in sign of widowhood. Black mourning came in from Florence with Catherine de Medici. Violet mourning for the head of the state went out with the revolution. M. Felix Fxur* thought the black hat that replaced it more suitable for the croque-mort and wished for reversion to rega’ violet. For the dresses of ladies no l in mourning there will bo next wlntei only violet, and of la nuance Mon tagnini. Through the Telephone. “Are you there?” "Yes.” “Who are you, please?” “Watt.” "What is your name, please?" "Watt’s my name." “Yes; what is your name?” “I say my name is Watt.” "Oh, well I'm coining to see you.” "All right. Are you Jones?” "No; I’m Knott.” "Who are you then, please?” ‘Tin Knott.” "Will you tell me your name, please?” '•Will Knott.” 'Why won’t you?” "I say my name is William Knott.” "Oh. I hog your pardon." "Then you will ho in if I come round. Watt?” "Certainly, Knott.” J Then they were cut off by tho change, and Knott wants to know It Watt will he In or not. —Tattler. The Sexton’s Orders. Tho late Bishop Seymour of Illinois was remarkable for the power and beauty of his sermons. A Springfield man said to him tho other day: "At the eastern celebration In one of our churches Bishop Seymour and ft half-dozen other divines were pros* ent. - - "One of these divines, a stern, state, ly old fellow with whito hair, told Bishop Seymour in my hearing that whenever any one went to sleep in his church the sexton had orders to wake the man up. "Bishop Seymour smiled. " ‘Wouldn’t it ho better,’ ho sald< ‘when any one rocs to sloop undfe* your preaching for the sexton to havb orders to conic and wake you up?’” Moral Suasion. ! In Sweden the public houses afa c luiuv.l on Saturday—pay day— whlla tho savings hanks are kept open uatJl midnight. No government, can force*# man to savo hfo money; but tuS Swedish ayr.tom nL least encourage* him to deposit, it where It is most liM ly to he of use. i Hop Leaves for Bridal Partits. The custom has been introduced U weddings in Tumbridge Wells and trict of erecting triumphal composed entirely of hops and hojP loaves, for the bridal parties to pu3 under. —London Standard. '