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W. 0. MOSMAN
U. S. COMMISSIONER.
WALDEN, COLORADO.
Office days Monday and Saturday of
each week.
LOANS REAL ESTATE
Dr. C. H. FISCHER
.......DENTIST
0
Appointments By Mail Or Telephone,
Walden, Colorado
Church Directory.
Walden:
Sunday .School at 10 A. M.
Epworth League 7 P. M.
Prayer Service Wed. Eve. 7 I*. M
Cowdrey:
Sunday School every Sabbath at 2 P. M.
Preaching Service every other Sab
bath at 3 P. M. r
Everybody cordially invited
Geo. H. Manning Pastor.
P. W. FISCHER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and
SURGEON, j* >
Walden Colorado.
PAUL W. LEE
COUNSELOR AT LAW
FORT COLLINS.
I COLORADO JILDC. . COLORADO
TIME TABLE
MOFFAT ROAD
Raad Down STATIONS Road Up
Leave 7:50 Denver Arrive 10:40
Arrive 8:08 Utah Junct. “ 10:27
9:42 Rollinsville " 8:44
•• 9:55 Tolland “ 8:81
11:40 Corona “ 7:02
12:45 Arrow “ ® : O2
1:27 Fraser " 5:24
2:01 Granby " 4:50
• 2:87 Sulphur Spg “ 4:18
•• 8:25 Kremmling “ 8:2.)
5:10 Crater “ 1:40
•• 6:20 Yanipo “ J2:80
8:40 Steamboat Leave 10:10
WALTER L. SNAIR, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and
SURGEON. * 0
Walden. Colorado
aitUll FITTED MOUPI lOTO lIIITOJ
a h to ””
j. w. McDaniel m. d.
SPECIALIST
cvc, tAn.d»o»e. throat and
CHRONIC DIBCASCS
Walden c “'°-
time table
Laramie. Hahns Peak and Pacific
Railway
Train No 1. Leaves Laramie, daily at
7:00 A. M.
Arriving in Albany at 9;25 A. M
Train No. 2. Leaves Albany daily at
8 ;00 P. M
Arriving in Laramie at 3:00 P. M.
THOMAS J. LEFTWICH NEWTON W. CHORE
LEFTWICH & CHOSE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
FORT COLLINS,
OVER FIRST NATIONAL DANK., COLO
LODGE DIRECTORY.
WOODMEN of the WORLD,
meet at the L O. O. F. hull the second
and fourth Saturday of each month.
LO. O F. meet the first and third
Saturday of each month.
The Women of the Woodfcraft meet
at the I, O. O. F. hall the first and third
Friday of each month.
Xbis Sp&ee
1$ for Sale.
Gold Plated
Ring FREE
With each order for Old Time
Song Book at 10c.
52 dear old tunes we all love, words j
and music complete for piano or organ,
for ten cents. America. Annie Laurie.
Auld Lang Syne. Battle Hymn of the
Republic. Catch the Sunshine, Columbia.
Cornin’ Thro’ the Rye. Darling .Nellie
Gray, Dixie's Land, Flag of the Free,
Hail Columbia, Home, Sweet Home,
Juanita, Lead Kindly Light. Lilly Dale,
Long ago. Marching Thro Georgia,
Massa's in the Cold Ground, My Bonnie,
My Maryland. Old Kentucky Home. Old
Black Joe, Robin Adair, Rocked in the
Cradle of the Deep. Swaneeßiver, Sweet,
and Low. Blue Rolls of Scotland. List
Rose Summer, Old Oaken Bucket. Star
Spangled Banner, Vacant Chair. Those
Evening Bells, Tramp, Tramp, Tramp.
Uncle Ned, We re Tenting Tonight,
When the Swallows Homeward Fly,
and twenty others for 10c. stainj* or
coin. For a short time we will send a
gold plated finger ring FREE as a sou
venir to each one who sends a dime for
the song book. Send today to Plano
and Music Co.. Galesburg. 111.
Prisoner Was Not Affected.
Shortly after his rise to the bench
Judge Coleman of San Francisco had
1 occasion to pronounce a life sent.enc<
| upon a notorious offender. In th<
| course of his remarks the judge spok*
j with so much feeling and eloquence
) that many of the listeners were deeply
affected. The prisoner, on the othei
, hand, seemed to be quite indifferent
looking at the ceiling and apparentl>
giving no attention whatever to whai
was being said. After he had been
remanded to juil one of the young law
yers had gone into the cell, curious tr
know how the criminal had felt wh* ,ri
his honor was passing sentence upon
him. "What do you mean?” asked
the convicted one. "1 mean when the
judge was telling you you must go tc
prison for life." "You mean when he
wa# talking to me?” "Yes." "Oh. 1
never paid no attention to Dick Cole
1 man; he aiu't no public speaker, no
how 1"
THE WORLDS 6REATEST SEWIN6 MACHINE
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Ifyon'waDtettbera VlhmtlncSliiittU 1 , Itntary
Shuttle or a Single Thread [Chain Stitch]
Sewing Machine write to
THE HiW HOME SiWINI MACHINE COMPANY
Orange, Mass.
Many sewing machine* are made to sell regardless of
quality, but the Kew Mouse is made to wear.
Our guaranty never runs out.
|«M fcjr authorized dealers only.
FOE SALE BY
NEXT MUSIC CO. Fort Collinß. Colo.
AAAj eo YEARS*
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Trade Marks
fHBr Designs
r FfTI7 Copyright, Ac.
Anyone seeding a sketch and de-eriptlon may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention ta probably pat enfahlßCom man lea-
Ilona strictlr eonfldentlaL HANDBOOK on Patent*
aent free. Otdeat agency for oeeurm* patenta.
Patent* taken through Mann A Co. receive
special notice, wit hout chanre, ta the
Scientific American.
A handsomely tlturtrated weekly. lanot dr
eolation of any adenUßc journal. Terms. 93 a
year: four months, |L Bold by all newsdealer*.
wiSffistiaßft*
Bunple Luect btcyele famUhed by us. Oar agents everywhere are
ukina money fait "Write forfull particulars and sfecial offer at one*.
MU HOMET SEUDIKKU until you receive and approve ol your bicycle. We snip
ID anyone, anywhere id the U. S. without a cent deposit in advance, PrePnf fr eight. and
allow TEMUAyi’ FItKE TKIAX. during which time you may nde die btcycU and
out it to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satubed or do not wish to
keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and you will not he out one cent.
EiPTMV UUinrr Wc furnish the highest trade bicycles it is possible to make
rAvllrui rllvts at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save fro
to Esc middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer s guar
antee behind your bicycle. DO NOT BUY a bicycle;or a pair ok tires from anyone
at «sy Price until you receive our catalogues and learo our unheard ot factory
prices and remarkable special offtrs to rider agent*. .... , .
YOI WILL BE ASTONISHES study our superb models at the wonderfully 1
law Prices we can make you this year. Wc sell the highest grade bicycles for leas money
than any other factory. We arc satisfied with #l.OO profit above factory ttost.
BICYCLE DKALKUS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plat* at
ar prices. Orders filled the day received. ..... , . .., . . .
D HAND UICYCLKS. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These wc clear out
rices ranging from S 3 t<» »» or 410. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free.
asiSTTB BBIVft atncle wtaeala, Imported roller chain* and pedal*, parts, repair* and ,
COJuTtrBIARfcS, equipment ol alliumis at half Use usual retail Prices.
inn HEBGETHOM PINCTURE-PROOF »*U
it SELF-HERLIR6 TIRES re ?msoouoe!omLr M
MM The regular retail price ot these tires is
$3.50 per pair, but to introduce we will ™
S(llyouasamplepairiorf4JlO(cashwitkorders4.ss).
10 MORE TROIBLE FROM PBICTIRES
NAILS, Tack* or Gbia* will not let the
air oat. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. M
Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use.
OFSORfPnOSlMadclnun.livßlH.livLly Lf
and easy riding, very durable and lmcdinsidcwith
a special quality of rubber, which never become*
porou* and which closes up small punctures without allow- | U ff ot |oo the thlek robber tread i
Xiglhcairtoescapc. We have hundreds of letters from satis- EH « A .. and puncture atrip* “U"
fiedcustomc-rsstating that their tireshaveonlv been pumped yy end « D," also rim strip “ H”
u ponce or twice iu a whole season. They weigh no more than Jk to prevent rim oattlug. This
an ordinary tire, thepuncture resisting qualities being given tire wUI outlast any other
by several layer* of thin, specially prepared fabric on the ma Ke-SOFT, ELASTIC had
tread. The regular price of these tires tsJB.,so nor pair, but for M RIDING.
the ohly'Stirperpnir. All orSerash ippc!?»aine day letter is received. We ship C O. D. on
aDDroval. Von donot pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented.
We will allow a naan dlsoount of s per cent (thereby making the price 94.88 per pair) if you
send FULL GASH WITH ORDER and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk in
sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUR expense tf for any reason they are
not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us ta as safe a* in a
bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will nde easier, run faster,
wear better, lari longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any pnee. 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 offer. . .
mmn u .. n TfBFC don't buy any kind at any pnee until you send for a pair of
IF YOU NEEU f fnCO Hedgethom Puncture-Proof tires on approval and trial at
the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which
itMcribn and auotca all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. .
d«crib« and quotes auma # j today IK> N ot THINfe OF BUYING a bicycle
DO HUY RA/r or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful
offers we are making. It only costa a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW.
J. L MEM CTCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL
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THE MAN AND THE PET FERN
Dally Proceeding That Turns a Wife'*
Hair Grey Many Years Before
Her Tine.
|
After supper Mr. Mar. lights a ol*?nr
and sits down for a comfortablo
siuoke. His wife, v. ;th a regard for
husband and the neatness of her home
evenly divided, places an ash tray on
the table near him. and a cuspidor on
the floor. The man is comfortable
and happy, and would get mad if any
household disturbance caused him to
loave his chair, but he notices ashes
on the end of his cigar, and gets up,
passes the ash holder and cuspidor,
and crosses the room to drop the
ashes on his wife’s pet fern. The
wife has piled as many as ten ash
trays near the man, and surrounded
him with cuspidors, but he ignores all
of them to find his way to the pet
fern. The wife objects, and has been
knofrn to put the pet fern in another
room to save it, but the man passes
the ash trays and cuspidors and walks
into the noxt room to flick off the ash
on his cigar. The same man will
walk through six rooms, if need be,
and pass 375 burnt match holders to
drop his match beside the pet fern. It
does no good for the woman to object,
or to invest ull her pin money in more
ash trays, burnt match holders and
cuspidors, for the man will never see
them on his way to the pet fern. And,
so far as domestic history relates, this
is the only recognition the man ever
gives his wife's plan.ts. And he never
does give recognition to the ash trays,
cuspidors or burnt match holders.
PAT HAD BROUGHT THEM ALL
Coachman Too Well Remembered His
Orders as to Doing Things
by Combination.
A gentleman In want of a coachman
had an Irishman apply for the situa
tion, when the following conversation
took place between them: "You know,
Pat, If I engage you I shall expect
you to do things by combination. For
Instance, If I tell you to bring the car
riage round at a given time I shall ex
pect the horses with it and driving
gloves, etc."
"Yes, sor." said Pat
He was duly engaged and gave sat
isfaction One day his master came
to him telling him»to look sharp and
go for a doctor, as his mistress was
ill. Pat was gone for a long time, and
on his master grumbling at him for
his delay he said: "Sure, they're all
here, eor."
"All here?" said the master. "What
do you mean?"
“Didn't you tell me to do things by
combination?"
"What's that got to do with it?" said
the master.
"Well," said Pat, "I've got the doc
tor, the parson and the undertaker.”
Case Dismissed.
The following story whloh leaked
out of a Yale faculty meeting Is also
typical of "Waterloo" Wheeler. The
case of a fast student was before the
faculty. Though the Yale principle
is to meddle*as little as possible with
the life and morals of the student. In
sisting merely on the rule, keep a
good scholarship stand and be regular
in attendance, still flagrant cases of
misconduct are summarily disposed of.
The student in question had been
seen in the company of a woman of
rather poor reputation, and there was
a question of dismissal. Lest he be
wrongfully sentenced the cautious
Prof. IvOdd, the philosopher, had in
quired: "Was the young man positive
ly identified ?" Oh. yes, the professor
knew the man well; there could be no
mistake about it. Then Prof. Wheeler
looked up quizzically, tapped his spec
tacles against the fingers of his left
hand, a characteristic gesture, and In
quired: "And can the professor also
positively identify the other party?"-
From "Familiar Yarns of the Yale
Faculty," in the Bohemian.
Hla Ancient Grievance.
The congressman met the cor
respondent.
"Say." he exclaimed. "I have a mild
j grievance against you.”
"Get it off your mind," said the face
tious scribe
i It s just this," said the congress
man. "When you put what you call a
' clever story into my mouth don’t let it
i be the vintage of the year before the
i flood. Gimme something that doesn’t
! date back any farther than the Cm
j saders, or possibly the sack of Baby
-1 lon You see, most of my constituents
j road the almanac. There’s a good
! fellow."
, And he shook hands effusively with
the correspondent and passed along.
Necessity, Not Choice.
A young man engaged board in a
private family who were extremely
devout. Before each meal grace was
said. To their dismay the new board
er sat bolt upright while the others
reverently bowed their heads. When
the second day passed, and the young
man evinced no disposition to unbend,
the good lady of the house could en
dure the situation no longer.
Agnostic?" asked she. sharply.
"No, madam." humbly responded the
young man, "boil."—Harper’s Maga
*tne.
An
j One of the first lessons that philan
thropists must learn is that it is not
always easy to do good. There is a
perversity of human nature, even
when Inspired bv the best Intentions,
which sometimes seems to operate in
vincibly in favor of wrong )r r.bo
mischief that is done by those whr
mean nothing but good could be eliro
inated from the world the sura total
•f error would be noticeably reduced.
SERIAL No. 07090
! NOTICE for PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. Laud OflicK at Donvor, Colorado
July 2.H. 1909
Notico is hnrohy givun that John H. McKuh,
of Waldou, Jackßon Co., Colo., (Larimer) who,
on March 19th, 19UH, mini*! Homubtuad Entry,
N.», 26Ti98 A 07090 for South Eaut quarter, Sec.
lion 17, Township 7 N., Knngo 77W., 6th P. M ,
has filed notico of intoutiou to mako final Com
mutation Proof, to obtahlibh claim to the land
alxive described, before Win. O. Mnsman a U. S.
Commissioner at his Ollico. at Waldou, Jackson
Co., Colo., on the 4th day of September, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
David W. McDole, of Owl, Jucksou Co., Colo
Victor L. Riley of ”
Thomas Vila, of ”
Fountain T. Armstrong ” " ”
C. D. FORI), Register.
Ist Huh. July 29th Lust Pub. Sept. 2nd
SERIAL No. 010008
NOTICE for PUBLICATION
l
Denver, Colorado, Land Office
I July 30, 1909
I Notice is horoby tfi von that Sunborn As Dwinoll
t of Waldon, County of Jackson. Stato of Colo.
I rado, has filed in Hits office their application to
enter, under the provisions of Section 2306 and
’ 2337, Revised Statutes of the Unitod Statos, the
1 following described land, viz:
SEX of SWX: Soc. 26. Twp. 10 N. R. 79 W, 6tH
. P. M.
» Any and all persons claiming adversely the
| lauds described, or desiring to objnet bocausn
, of tho mineral character of tho land, or for
any other reason, to tho disposal to applicant,
| should file their affidavits of protost in this
offico. on or beforo the 20th day of September
r 1909.
C. D. FORD Rngistor.
. Ist Pub. Aug sth, Last Pub. Sopt. 9th
SERIAL No. 07507
NOTICE for PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF TIIE INTERIOR.
U. S. Laud Office at Denver, Colorado
August 12th 1909.
Notico is horoby given that Minnid Sorenson,
of Higho, Jackson, County, Colo., who. on April
6th, 1905, mado I). L. E., No. 799 & 07597. for
K 4 of NEX ; E‘A of SEX : Soc. 25, T. 9 N.. R. 81
W. and NWX of SWX or Lot 3. Soctic.u3o, Town
ship 9 N.. Range 80 W., 6th P. Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to mako Final Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described,
before Wm. O. Mosman. (J. S. Commissioner, at
Walden. Jackson County, Colo., on the 11th day
•if October. 1909.
Claimant name.- as Witnesses:
Andrew Sorenson of Higho, Colo.
Finley U. Launo. of
Jacob Johnson, of Waldou,
Chnrles H. Fischer, of
C. D. FORD Register.
Ist Pub. Aug. 19th, Last Pub. Sept. 23rd
SERIAL, NO. 04420
NOTICE for PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Offico at Donvcr, Cohrf
August 12th, 1909 JLg
Notice is.hereby givou that Jamos N. Hattan
of Rand, Colo., who, on May 18th, 1903, made
H. E., No. 21564 A 01420. for NX of NWX ; SWX
of NWX : NWX of SWX. Section 24. Township
6 N., Range 79 W, 6th P. Meridian, has filod
notice of intontion to make Final 5 year Proof,
to establish claim to tho land abovo docribod,
before Wm. O. Mosman, U. S. Commissisoor, nt
Walden, Colo., on tho 18th day of October, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses.
Arthur E. Shoaror, John W. Wolch, Wm. 11.
Allen and Hiram L. Howard, all of Rand, Colo.
C. D. FORD Rogistor.
(Coal Land)
Ist Pub. Aug. 19th, Last Pub. Sopt. 23d
SERIAL, No. 04605
NOTICE for PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Office at Deuvcr, Colorado
Aug. 12, 1909
Notico i 4 ho ruby given that William N. Dryer,
of Walden, Jackson Co., Colo., (Larimer) who,
on July 12th. 1909. made Home>toad Entry, No.
22286 A 01695, for Lot 2 A SWX of NEX : NWX
of SEX : NEX of SWX : Soction 1, Township 7 N
Range 78 W. 6th P. .Meridian, has filed notice of
intoutiou to make final Fivoyonr proof, to estab
lish claim to the laud abovo described, before
W rn. O. M; smau a U. S. Commi.->sioner at his
Office, at Waldou, Jackson Co., Colo., on the
18th day of October. 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George F. Connors, of Waldon, Jackson, Co Colo
John Kimnions. of " ”
Edward A. Barber, of ” >'
Sam'l Caaden, of " ” •• ••
C. D. FORD Register.
Ist Pub. Aug. 19th. Last Pub. Sopt.
(Coal Land.) W
SERIAL No.
NOTICE for PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. Land Offico at Don vor, Colorado
Aug. 12, 1909
Notice i* hereby given that Hiram L. Howard
of Rand. Jncksou Co., Colo., who, on Sept. 17th,
1902, mado Homestead Entry, No. 21179. for
EX of SWX : SWX of SWX: SWX of SEX ;
Section 12 ; Township 6 N.; Range 79 W.; 6th P.
Meridian, lias filod notico of intention to make
Final Fixe year (seven) Proof, to establish
claim to the laud nhovo described, before Wm.
O. Mosmnn a C. S. Commissioner at his office,
at Waldon, Jackson Co., < 010., on tho 18th day
of October. 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Wm. R. Allen. ol Rand, Jackson Co., Colo.
James N. Hatch, of
Arthur E. Shearer of " ” "
John Jorgensen of
C D. FORD Register.
Ist Pub. Aug. 19th, Last Pub. Sept. 23rd
(Coal Land)
JOB
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DONE AT THE NEW ERA OFFICE
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