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(I. S. COMMISSIONER. WALDEN, COLORADO. Office (leys:— Monday and Saturday of each week. LOANS REAL ESTATE ALFRED H. LAW Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law Notary Public. Telephone Number: j Residence & Office, ( Walden 28 Church Directory. Walden: Sunday School at 10 A. M. EpworthJLeague 7 P. M. Prayer. Service Wed. Eve. 7 P. M Cowdrey: Sunday School every Sabbath at 2 P. M. Preaching Service every other Sab bath at 3 P. M. Everybody cordially invited Geo. H. Manning Pastor. L. R. RHODES L. R. TEMPLE E. D. FOSTER RHODES, TEMPLE & FOSTER LAWYERS OOIIMfOROWOI BMPWnaO MUCITM FORT COLLINS. COLORADO MoANELLY & FARNWORTH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Will practice in State and Federal Courts and U. S. Land office. Patents obtained and collections made. Office, Booms 1, 2 and 3, over Wells Fargo Ex press, Fort Collins, Colo, CKO. A. CARLSON RUSSELL W. FLEMING CARLSON & FLEMING ATTORNEYS AT LAW FORT COLLINS ,„xn. COLORADO PAUL W. LEE COUNSELOR AT LAW FORT COLLINS all OOfcOKADO BLM.. COLORADO FRANK J.ANN2S FRBDW.STOW ANN IS & STOW ATTORNEYS VND.COUNSELORS AT LAW FORT COLLINS .OMUKQ BLDO.I COLORADO THOMAS J. LEFTWICH NEWTON W. CROSE LEFTWICH & CROSE ATTORNEYS AT LAW FORT COLLINS OYBB IMT NATIONAL »A!*K., COLORADO P. W. FISCHER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. j» Walden Colorado. TIME TABLE MOFFAT ROAD Read Down STATIONS Read Up Leave 7:50 Denver Arrive 10:40 Arrive 8:08 Utah Junct. “ 10:27 '* 9:42 Rollinsville “ 8:44. " 9:55 Tolland “ 8:31 ‘ ‘ 11:40 Corona “ 7:02 “ 12:45 Arrow “ 0:02 • 1:27 Fraser “ 5:24 - 2:01 Granby “ 4:50 2:37 Sulphur Spg “ 4:13 3:25 Kremmling “ 3:25 ■■ 5:10 Crater “ 1:40 “ 6:20 Yampa “ 12:30 " 8:40 Steamboat Leave 10:10 WALTER L. SHAIR, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. u* Walden, Colorado OLlllEt FITTED HOURS 10TO 12',1 TO 3 * rUBHII HCO SUNDAY SY AFFOINT* MINT ONLY . j. w. mcdaniel m. d. SPECIALIST EYC, CAR, NOSE, THROAT AND CHRONIC DISEASES Walden Colo. TIMS TABLE Laramie, Hahns Peak and Pacific Railway Train No. I Leave Laramie Daily, Except Sunday, 8:30 Arrive at Certennial 10:20 Train No. 2 Leave Centenniat Daily Except Sun day 4 00 P. M. Arrive Laramie 5 35 P. M REPORTS. FROM RAND We got all our mail at last, catalogues, papers and all. We feel as though we lived in the United States again. Dave came clear thru last Thursday. Mr. Will Welch, Laj>s Ish and Leslie Ish met him at the foot < f Osvl Mountain with wagons, for the snow gave out there and he could not come any farther with the sled, Leslie Ish went to Hot Sulphur Springs Saturday, Mrs. D. K Smith, Mrs. Arnold, Rent Ridings and Frank Dorsey took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Munroe on the fifth. Frank Baldwin returned to his home Saturday. He has been at Sterling Ish’s for a month feeding a bunch of cattle he had there. Wash Alderdice was in Rand Satur day. School Election was held in the school house Monday the 3rd. D. K. Smith was elected President, John Jurgeusen Secretary and Willie Allen Treasurer. Al Goetz is hack at Harve’s. Mr Hatch and Louie Butler started to New Mexico on horseback Monday morning. Mr. Hatch has several mines in that state. Mrs. Alice Ish was hostess at two dandy little dinners served at the Hotel recently. Mr. Leiuallen and daughter Susie were the guests of honor on Friday and Mr. and Mrs. White and two little daughters ou Sunday. HIGHO HAPPENINGS Well, we are having some springlike weather at hist. The snow is going ve> y fast. Mr. and Mrs. Bergquist sjK'nt Sunday with Mrs. John Murray. Dorothea and Edna Bergquist spent Sunday with Nannie Brands. Mr. Wattenberg and family spent Sun day at Win Norell’s. Hilder Norell is cooking for hit Umli Andrew. Mr. and Mrs, Wm Doner ure spending a few days with Mr. Norell at the home ranch. Mr. Norell lost a valuable stal lion last Saturday. (Editor’s note. We presume the difficulty was, that the an mal died.) School started at Fliniau’s Monday with Miss Butterfield from Walden in charge. Miss Irme Brands attends. Walter Deevers and his pet are well now but alas! are parted. (Slow sad music while the curtain floats briefly, griefly down.) Walter has gone to Foi t Collins. TARSUS By Chester Firkins Again the sword, again the soaring flame. Again the wail of dying mid thy tomb*. O, shrunken city of eternal lame— Again thy glory and agaiu thy shame In spectral pageant through the tu mult looms. Here, where reft women tremble unto death. And Christian children feel the eieav ing blade. Here Paul, the great Ai>ostle. first, drew breath. To break the idoled creeds, dark shibboleth And spread the light of ages, unafraid Here, where gaunt Ruin grins o.er broken walls. Once on bright domes and glittering towers gleamed The gold of Persian splendor in thy Halls; Perfumed and watched by sacred seneschals, Once the all-conquering Alexander dreamed. This present home of carnage and dis pair Knew’ Antony before his star had paled: Here Cleopatra in her floating lair— Of all the world’s fair women, the most fair— To drifting music up the Cyndus sailed These ways, new-stained withslaugh ter, they have known Rome’s proud pro-conculs, and Rome’s bounty shared A civic queen, upon an Orient throne; Thou, Tarsus, ruled the wide Cilisian zone: To thee, the great, the wise, the mighty fared. Persian and Roman and Byzantine fame Garbed thee in splendor, smothered thee in sin— The blood of ages on thy darkened name! Again the sword, again the soaring flume Sweeps the pale ghosts of glories that have been. —Rooky Mountain News MOWERS—RAKES THE AMES MERCANTILE CO. carry Deering Mowers and Thomas Rakes. They are the BEST on the market. Get your order in early. BMNTED-A RIDER AGENT SB 1 unple Latest Model '•RiMlffW* bicycle furnished by us. Our cvci ywiicre ura ukinx money last. Writeforfull particulars am/ sPt cial offer at once. NO MONKY lIKUUIKK U until you receive and approve of your bicycle. We ship to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a cent deposit m advance, /repay freight, and allow TKSi DAYS’ l- lttCK TKIAI, timing winch time you may ride the bicycle and put it to any test \ou _wish. If you urc then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to lteep the bicycle snip it back to us at our expense ami you will not he out one cent. BIFTARV DDiriC We furnish the highest trade bicycles it is possible to make ■ NwIVHI IAIwW at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save $lO to #>s middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's guar antee behind your bicycle. I>o NOT HUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone at any price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory Prices and revuirkahU special offers to rider agents. VAN lAftl I DC ACTARHCUCIfe when you receive our beautiful catalogue and IwU WILL DC AalUnldnCU study our superb models at the wonderfully low Prices we can make you this year. We sell the highest gradebicycles for less money than any other factory. We are satisfied with $l.OO profit aUive factory cost. BICYCIJS HK YIdiKS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at ar prices. OrJ. rs filled the day received. I* HAND Jilt YI.'LKS. Wc do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retr.il stores. These we clear out -ices ranging from A3 to WH or AIO. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. AAICTTD DDIKFR single wli< < Is. Imported roller eliufnt and yedulu, parts, repairs and 1 VvHv I CA-DItAIYLO, equipment ol all kinds at half the usual retail Prices. S OU HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROOF *4 80 Q TIRES \ o fuißoo ucr/awA? I • iO MORE'TROUBLE FROM /7§PsH®&| NAILS, Tacks or Class will not let the \ Vr.\-X*' y^B' air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold laid year. Over two hundred thuu&aiul pairs now in use. DESCRIPTIONS ’Made in nil sjzcs. It / poroiiiinii.l whicliclostajjpsinnllf.uncturL-s .vithout7llow- 4 |( Wot!( ! e th.thlok robber tw>»d , •ngthcairtoescape. We* have hundreds of letters from salt!*- « li, ... , H , r i IIH I fiedcustomcrsstntiiigthattheirtireshavconlybeeii pumped LJp •• i> also rim strip “II” up once or twice in n whole season. They wemh no moretlmti JJ| tu prevent rim cutting. This anordiuary tire, the puncture resist mg qualities be-iiigKtvea JHL t|r £ wlll outlßMt a„ y other by several layers ot thin,specially piepartd fabric on the Vy k ki ASTin and tread. The regular priced these tires is $8.50 per pair,but for V kasJhSSSg advcrtisingpurposcswenrcmakingaspecial factory price to ™ the rider of only 34.80 per pair. All orders .shipped same day letter is received. We ship C. O. D. on approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined nml found them strictly as represented. We will allow a cash discount of s'per cent (lhereby making the price W4.G5 per pair) if you I send l ULL. CASH WITH OItDLiC and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk in sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUlt expense if for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination. We arc perfectly reliable mid money sent to us is ns safe as in a bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, I wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order. We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire ofTcr. \rg%am B|i»f|> don’t buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of > tr YUU MwkiiiM IlflCO lledgethorn Puncture-Proof tires on approval and trial at 1 the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices, ymam nufi mm MM if but write us a postnl today. HO NOT TlIINli. OP IIUYINO a bicycle i3%3 fVI/l wvJ\ii or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful offers wc are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW*. J. L MEM CYCLE COMMHY, CHICAGO, ILL I STEVENS ARMS ' are for sale by all progressive Hardware and Sporting Goods Merchants and DAN HEARD'S splendid effort —“ GUNS AND GUNNING will be moiled postpaid to any Arms , Chicopee ass., upon »t of prico. • cover edi rd 20 cents; jotind book d 30 cents. 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Washington. D. C. Takedown 'Repeating Shotgun 777tir/c/t repeating shotguns are guns of perfect proportions, made in 12 and 16 gauges, with simpler mechanism than any other repeater. They have the ffldr/en solid top always between your head and the cartridge, the side ejector, and the closed-in breechbolt that keeps out rain, snow and sleet, dirt, leaves, twigs, and all other foreign matter. These fea tures add greatly to the efficiency of a gun and to the comfort and convenience of the shooter. The Model 16, 16-gauge ///enfen Is the only light weight repeating shotgun made. It weighs but 6 M pounds, handles fast and shoots close and hard. It is unequalled for ® quail shooting, for squirrels, rabbits and all small game. Before buying a gun, just get our 136-page catalog. Sent free by return mail —for 3 7/Zar/Tn firearms Ca, 42 Willow Street NEW HAVEN, CONN. —t-'fiww. II -j. 11 v Mrmm /sum llygiWJ! smNiaj-smwaoNa CD^KIMJJVW TEDDY BEARS WALLOP O POS UMS Down at the Ballgrouml in the Brush by the Dunipsite on the Bluff the T R. Crowd last Sunday Licked the Present Administration to a Frazzle. The Over ’ Whelm was due in Part it is Sus|>ected to Disaffection on tin* Part of Some of the Party in Power Who are Known to Have Been Loyal Minion of His High 1 Dyna Mite, IN Fact Quite Likely TO The hill preating Jackson county of the North Park country wag signed by the governor on Wednesday and thug 1 becomes a law. This hill was fought bitterly by a number of prominent cat* tlmon of tlie Park and was supported * just as earnestly by others. Record Stockman Notioo of Application to Loaso State Land* Ufliccof tlie State Hoard of Laud ('oiiimisitioners DKXVKK, COLO., AI’UIL 'JO. 190 U Notice in hereby (liven that Hugh Hunter wlioko |)ostofllce uddroH.s 1h Waldeu, Colo., has made application No. 50‘J-i to loase the follow ing descrigod School Lauds, situate iu Larimer County Colorado, to wit: All of Hoc. »5. Twp. It N„ K. 80 W. oth P. M. No other application to lease tl'lo alnivo de scribed lands will bo considered after May 20th, 1909. B. L. JEFFERSON Register State Board Land Commissioners Ist Puli. April 29th, Last Pub. May 20th, Notice of Application to Leaso State Lands Office of tlie State Board of Laud Coinniiasiouers DKNVKU, COLO., APRIL 14, 1909 Notice lit hereby given that Otto uranim whoso ixwtoifice address iB Laramie, Wyo., has made application No. 6035 to lease the follow ing describod School Lauds, situate iu Lnrimer County, Colorado, to wit: All of Sec. 30, Twp. 12, N„ It. 77 W., flth P. M. No other application to leaso the above do scribod lands will be considered after May 21. 1909. B. L. JEFFERSON Register State Hoard. Land Commissioners. Ist Pub. April 29th. Last Pub. Muy2oth. Notice of Application to Lease State Lands Olficcof the Statu Hoard of Lund Commissioners DENVKR. colo., Apr. 20th, 1909 Notice is hereby given that C. C. Flininu whose Postotfico address is Walden, Colo, has imido application No. 5967 to loaso the follow ing described School Lands, situuto in Larimor County, Colorado, to wit: S.i* of S.«i. Sec. 16, Twp. 9 N., R. 82 W.,6th P. M. No other application to lease tho above de scribe!) lauds will be considered after May 20th, 1909. B. L. JEFFERSON Register State Hoard Lund Commissioners. Ist Pub. April 29th, Last Pub. May 20th. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. Laud Ollico at Douver, Colorado, April 24th. 1909. Notice is hereby given that Hans L. Cluusen, of Pearl Larimer Co. Colo., who, ou Juno 16tli 1902. made Homestead Eutry. No. 20977 ami 04272. for the E‘* of the SE l i of Sec. 22. NE‘-4 of the NK‘i of See. 27. N \V‘.i of the N\V l .i «»f Sec tion 26. Township 12 N., Range 82 \V., 6th P. M.. has filed notice of intention to make final Homestead Entry proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, before Win. O. Mns mun a U. S. Commissioner at his office in Wul don, Larimer County, Colo., on the 28th duy of Juno, 1909. Claimant namos as witnesses: George O. Elms, of Pearl, Larimer Co., Colo. John H. Perry, of ” ” ” ” Charles H. Hatch of ” ” ” ” Simeon A. lliltou of Walden ~ ” ” C. D. FORD Rogister. Ist Pub. April 29th, Last Pub. June 3rd. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the interior U. S. Land Ollico at Denver, Colorado, April 21th, 1909. Notice is hereby givon that Jeptha Davison, of Higho, Larimer Co., Colo., who on Nov. 10, 1901, mndo Desert Laud Entry, No. 694 & 01758, for E‘i NE'i, Sec. 28, W*4 NWJ4, Section 27, Township 9 N., Range Ml W.,6th P. M., 160 acres, has filed notice of intention to mnko final proof to establish claim to tlie laud above described, beforo Wm. O. Mosmau a U. S. Commissioner at his office, at Waldon, Larimer Co., Colo., 411 the 29th day of June, 1909. Cluimaut numos as witnesses: Charles H. Bolin, of Higho, Larimer Co., Colo Willis Briggs, of " ” " Elmer Mallon. of Walden ” " ” Edward Kilburu. of Butler, ” " ” <*. 1). FORD Register. Ist Pub. April 29th. Last Pub. June. 3rd, ATTENTION STOCKMEN The annual meeting of tin North l ark Stock Growers Association, will bo held at Walden on Friday May 14, 1909. There will he an election of officers and all matters of interest to the ossocia tion will be thoroughly discussed. Mr. A. F. Potter, Assistant Forester will be here front Washington and we request all stockmen of the Park to be present. FRANK W. MURPHY Pres. . a. White House Rorovsted. When William Houv.rd Taft steps Into the White House at noon on the 4th of March as (he new president of the United States of America, he will find a model home equipped with every modern convenience; that is what other presidents have never en joyed. Before the election of Presi dent Roosevelt few changes had been made in the White House since the days of John Quincy Adams, when It was rebuilt after being fired by the man:uding British troops, only the walls being left standing. The executive mansion, as It was called before the advent of Mr. Roose velt—he dubbed It officially ‘‘The White House” —wns the first public building erected at the seat of govern ment. The architect was James Ho ban, who drew his plans closely after these of ihe scat of the duke of Lein ster, near Dublin, Ireland. George 1 Washington, hint: elf, selected the sit. , laid the corner stone on October 13. , 1792. and lived to see the building completed. John Adams, however, \ wa the first president to occupy It, which ho did In 1800. —Front "New Home of Mr. Taft," in Technical World ' Magazine. 1 — , No Licer.ee Gaining In Ohio. * Of the G 2 Ohio counties which have 1 no far voted on the li ;.;.:r license que - i ti i», 55 have gone *‘d*y." Theqo 53 | ro mties cover about two-thirds Of the • st to'* crpa. nn.U Include n.*nrly one n: if of the poj ma.ljit, but few of 1 Hum have any large cities. Twenty* h six ccut: ’e3 ere ye! to vote under Un r n w r my option law. NOTICE OF SALE SALE OF TIMBER. Denver, Colorado. Jan- j nary 25th, 1909. Sealed bldt* marked outsido, 1 "Hid, limber Halo, application November .'MJth, j 1908, Routt,” and nddroHH to tlie District For outer. Forest Service, Denver, Colorado, will bo received up to and including the Bth day of May 1909, for all the merchantable dead timber standiug and down, and all the live timber marked for cutting by the Forest officer ou a designated area of about 142 acros located iu tlie W. 4, Section 4 and E,V4, Section 5, T. 6 N., R. 82 W..6th P. M., within tho Routt National Forest, Colorado, estimated to bo 968,600 foot H. M. of live and 32,000 foot of of dead Snwtim bnr, log scale, more or loss; m/hid of lestt than $2.50 per thousand feqf B. M. for both live and dead sawtlnibor, will bo considered and a do |H>sit of £106.60 must be sout to the Denver National Bank (U. S. Dcitusilory) at Deuvor, Colorado, for each bid submitted to the Dis trict Forester. Timber upon valid claims is exempt from sale. Tho right to reject any or all bids is reserved. For further informa tion nud regulations governing sales, address J. H. Ratliff, Acting Forest Supervision Steam boat Springs,. Colorado. PAUL G. REDINGTON Acting District Forester. Ij Ist Pub. April 29th. Lnst Pub. May 27th. I SERIAL No. 07589 I 4-348 b. j' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIdB j DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR I U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colorado. | March 29th, 1969. j Notico is hereby givon that Florence E. Hills, of Rand, Larimer County Colo., who, on Marcli I 15th, 1965, made Desert Land Entry, No. 775, for j the NBA* SE.Si Sec. 33, SE.J4 NW.ki,N.4 SVV.J* | SE.k SW.U, 5.4 SK.U, Sec. 34. SVV.k4 SW.q, j Section 35, Township 6N., Range 78W„ 6th P. Meridian, has filed notico of intontion to make v Final Desort PrtNkf, to establisli claim to tho ( laud above described, beforo W. O. Mosmau, at Walden. Luriiner Co. Colo., on the 16th day of Juno, 1039. 1 Claimant namos ns witnesses: # Wm. Allen, of Rand. Colo. I Alfred E. Hills. of Ruud, Colo. I E. A. Arnold, of Rand, Colo. * John Jurgen.sen, of Rand, Colo. C. D. FORD RcgisW* Ist Pub. April Bth, Last Pub. Msy 20th. SERIAL NO. 04264 4 348 b. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION j DEI’AUTMKNT OF THE INTERIOR. U. S Land Office at Denver. Colorndo March 6th 1909. Notice is hereby given that William Simpson, i , Hebron, Colorado, who, on June 6th. 1962, fl made Homestead entry, No. 20944 and 04264, for I the N.H, NE.*4, Sec. 5 Sc N.V4, NW.lt, Soctiou 4, K Township 7 North, Range 81 West, 6th, P. K Meridian, has filed notico of intention to make E Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the K land abo vo described, before W. O. MosmanK United States Commissioner at his office, at Bn Waldon, Colorndo, on tho 15th day M Juno. E 1909. I Claimant names as witnesses: H William Murr, of Hebron, Colorado K William McGowan, of Hebron, Colorado I Harvey Turner, of Hobron, Colorado B John N. Baker, of Butler, Colorado B C D. FORD Register. fw Ist pub. March 11th, Last pub. May 27th. K SERIAL NO. 04257 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION | v m DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. Land Office at Douver, Colorado. April 29. 1969. B Notico is hereby given that Eugene Howard 1| McGowun, of Hebron, Larimor Co., Colo., who. || on May 29th, 1902, made Homestead Entry, No. 26917 and 04257, for tho SE> 4 of Section 30, Town ship 7N, Rauge 80 West. 6th P. M., has filed notico of intention to make final Five Yearly proof, to establish claim to the land above de |||| scribed, beforo William O. Mosinan a U. S.®2 Commissioner, at hiß office at Waldon. Larimer«S Co.. Colo., on tho 25tli day of Juno, 1909. I Claimant names as witnesses: I Clayton Rich, of Spicor, Larimer Co. Colo. kyi. Henry Dierseu, of IDbrou, ” ” •» [a John Simpson, of Spicer, ” »• »• Fred Ninogar. of ” ” »» »* C. D. FORD liegistor. Ist Pub. May 6th, Last Pub. Juno 10th |p‘ LODGE DIRECTORY. WOODMEN of the WORLD, meet at the L O. O. F. hall theA'coudß ami fourth Saturday of each I. O. O F. meet the first ami third; Saturday of each mouth. The Women of the Woodcraft meet 3 at the I, O. O. F. hall the first and third Friday of each month. THE QUESTION THAT PUZZLES The question that puzzles everyone *;; who visits Denver is: When will TheSf Albany Hotel ever stop improving, and ; its proprietors over quit spending uionev to make The Albany the very best in ' Denver? Knowing ones say never, un- « til Tne Albany is iu a class all by itself. Just the (Mist five months decorators, furniture men and carpet men have'* been busy from early morn until latent night decorating, painting and ptuting down new and elegant A a minster and Royal Wilton Velvet and install- V mg new furniture an 1 today tlie halls ’ ami guest chambers of L’iie Albany are far superior to that of any hotel in the West Everyone who visits Denver, ■ whether stopping at a hotel or with ’j| friends, visits The Albany sometime during their stay and for the expe^enpt?. of its service and food sefvei) iu its live , ‘ restaurants, file sUmla liqt onlj , 1 iu lead qmj fur tho pqst few nioutlo lias nut a oqnipetitor, w hen again p; in Denver Just drop in to The Albany ' and ask for one of the very beautiful pi souvenir Rune Jars they are > to the ladies. W The New Era for the home news.