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MINUTES OF REGULAR TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Aug. 24th, 1900. Meeting called to order with Mayor Fischer in the chair. R ill call as follows: Mayor P. W. Fischer Present Trustee W, L. Snair ” W. H. Slee ” C. EL Mosman ” 11. Loucks ” J, 11. Fox A. A. Hunter Absent , Minutes of adjourned meeting of Aug ust 17th, read and approved. The following bills were allowed: n. Loucks for team work $27.50 J. C. Timbrel Livery 4.00 Fred Wilford Labor 52. 50 Fairbanks-Morse & Co. Bal. due 1.C3 W. F. Hankins Flash-light battery .65 A. L. Fox Labor 39.00 Moved by Trustee Snair and seconded by Trustee Mosman that minutes of meeting of July 20th in regard to com pleting pumphouse be annulle 1. Carried Moved by Trustee Snair and seconded by Trustee Mosman that committee on water works make contract with S. C. HufTman to complete pumphouse by lath and plaster, nt Ins contract price. Carried. Movod by Trustee Mosman and second ed by Trustee Fox that committee on water works investigate and report on heating water tank at next meeting. Carried. Moved by Trrstee Mosman an«l second ed by Trustee Loucks that |>etition for Sunday dosing be voted on by ballot. Carried. Moved by Trustee Mosman and second ed by Trustee Looks that meeting pro ceed with ballot. Carried. In favor of Sunday closing—Number of votes cast—One. Not In favor of Sunday closing—Num l»er of votes cast —Four. . A majority of the council voting in P favor of not passing an ordinance to cause business houses to be closed Sun days, the pitition for on ordinance is defeated. . Moved by Trustee Sfosman and sec onded by Trustee Fox that meeting be adjourned until Tuesday August 31st, at 8 P. M. Adjourned. Signed W. G. BARNES, Town Clerk. fN O T I C El You will find on sale at E. J. NORRIS’ POPULAR STORE. A standard grade of “Gents Fur- Such as' Walkover & American Gentlemen Shoes for men, Red Cross Shoes & Oxfords for ladies, O. C. Hanson's CUQYSS ilka a hand, X S. Bing Ready Made Suits, J. B. Stetson Hats. Every thing that goes on head, hand and foot of man. Come in and see for your self, for seeing is belieyjng. I 'yi.U . treat you right. ' L?t m? prove it PHONE WALDEN 6 E. 4 NORRIS POPULAR STORE -NOTICE!-— V MAKE A PAYING INVESTMENT BY PURCHASING A WONDERFUL I [ WILTOM LIGHTING SYSTEM! f B inn niNi HEPOWER—Pure white light-Can be had 3 hours every night for Thirty nights at a I I cost ofthWy nvecents or >4 of a cent per hour. BEST and CHEAPEST light in the Worlds I I They light instaneously by pulling chain-No generating, no clean,ng ch.mmneys or tnmmg wicks. J 1 Handv as Electricity. Unlimited Guarantee -Make your home pleasant during the evening hours ■ V by installing these Beautiful Wiltom Lights These lights will be ms ailed myour Home or place of 1 I y Business now at Danver Prices —See the goods and get prioes of W. H. SLEE I B 44 j, WALDEN, COLORADO. THE NEW ERA In God We Trust; All Others Cash, or Good Security. REPORTS from RAND Mrs. Bucklin went to Walden the 17th to take the teachers examination. Mr. Notman took a load of people to Granby Wednesday. There was very little hay put up last week, as it rained nearly every day. Walter Bruce is helping Fred Donel son put up hay now, Mr. Neville of Newfoundland is a guest at the hotel, Mr. Everost and Mr. Crawford who have been camping in Rand for the last week returned to Grand Lake Monday Mr. Everest’s wife and baby are at the lake and he was sent for os the baby is ill. Hiram Howard has his hay all up. Now he can laugh at the rainy weather. Miss. Wade came over from Spicer Saturday getting some horse shoeing done at Dad Smiths. She stopped over night at the Hotel. Mrs. Shearer, mother of Mrs, Lsh and Mrs. Welch has been on the sich list for several weeks. She is still far from well Mrs. Ish gave a farewell dinner last Friday evening to a party of campers from Oklahoma. Those present were: Mr. Crawford, who runs the leading sawmill in Okla., his son who is also in terested in the sawmill, Mr. Everest, a prominent lawyer, his two sons, and Brother, one of Oklahoma’s Bankers. Mr. D. Me Comb originall from Fort Collins, but now a globe trotter, left for Denver, this morning, where lie is to be married next Friday, from there he goes to Illinois to finish a course in civil en gineering. He and his wife will then go to the Phillipines, where Mrs. Mc- Comb will teach and Mr, McComb will take a position ns Civil Engineer. Miss. Mary Donelson was hostess at a very dainty oystor supper last Sunday evening. Those present were: Miss, Ruth Wood, Leslie Ish, Bent and Cliff Ridings, Walter Bruce, Mary and Josie Donelson. SCHOOL OPENS The Walden School in District 45 will open Tuesday morning September 7th, Miss Pierce and F. M. Phillips to be in charge. WALDEN, COLORADO, AUGUST 26, 1909, COUNTY PROCEEDINGS THE MINUTES OF THE REULAR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETINGS. From June Ist 1909 to August 16th 1909. And Corrections made in the General and Special School Funds. County Treasurers Office Fort Collins, Colorado. June 28th, 1909 To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners of Jackson and Larimer Counties: In article 4 of the agreement and final settlement between the Jackson and Larimer County Commissioners is stated that the credit balance on hand June Ist, 1909 in the General School Fund amounted $567.86 and the credit balance on hand in the Special School Fund amounted to $1,858.55 but having gone over these balances more carefully I find that an error occured in each of the above balances and I herein submit the correct figures and advise that this cor rection be attatched to the Resolution for future reference* Amonnt on hand In Genet al Fund June Ist, 1909 $656.86 Amount on hand in Special Fund June Ist, 1909 $1,873.55 FRANK W. MOORE, Treasurer of Larimer Co. Subscribed and to before me this 28th day of June, 1909. County Clerk and Recorder. By E. J. Sclinebly Deputy County Clerk. June 28 1909. At a special meeting of the -Board ot County Commissioners of Jackson Coun ty, held in the County offices at Walden, Colo., on the 28th day of Jime, 1909, there being present H. EL Hunter, J. K. Mallon and CL SL Case, the following proceedings were had ;- Qwen S. Case was elected Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners. The bond of S. E, Swire as County Assessor was approved The bond of J. T. Shippey as County Judge was placed at $10,000,00, The bond of W. O. Mosman as County Treasurer was held over for correction in the form of obligation The bond of H. C. Boston as Sheriff was held over for correction. The Bond of A. G. Maine as Coroner was approved after making a slight change in the form of same- The bond of Mrs. Eva J. Dawson as County Superintendent of sobonj* approved. The pfydrpiap was instructed to order books, blanks, and supplies ns are necessary for the immediate needs of the new county. The Chairman was to ask the District »fc Denver to ascertain a ton of National Forest 'VUbin the boundaries of Jackson Coun ty, pursuant to division of the f Reserve Fund accruing Coun ty, and to be shored by Larimer and Jackson bounties. The Chairman was instructed to. im mediately advertise foi; fuf tipil script of portion of the Larimer County records as pertain to Jackson County. The flrit Monday of each month was set as the day of regular meeting of tVo Board of Jackson County era. Meeting adjurned. EL N. Butler, Approved Clerk. Chairman. ; Minutes of July sth, 1909. At the first regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners of Jack son County, held in the County offices at Walden, Colo., on the sth day of July i9qd, there being present H. E. Hunter, O S. Cose, chairman, the following proceedings were had :- THio bond of M. C. Wartl as County Surveyor, was approved. The bond of W. O. Mosman as County Treasurer, having been corrected was approved. The rooms on the south side of the first floor of the W. O. Mosman block, in Walden, were rented as permanent County offices during the term of the present Commissioners at a monthly rental of $25.00 including janitor ser vice. The Clerk was instructed to write A. EL Dwinell with reference to complaints regarding a water hole on the Canadian Creek, where the old Teller road extends through the Webb Ranch. Meeting adjourned to Monday, July 19th, 1900.’ EL N. Butler, Approved Clerk. Chairman. July 19th 1909. At an adjourned regular meeting of the Board of Couuty Commissioners of Jackson County, held in the [county of fleas at Walden. Colo., on the 19th day of July, 1909, there being present H. E Hunter, J. E. Mallon and O. S. Case, Chairman, the proceedings were as fol lows :- - The bond of H. C. Boston as Sheriff, being corrected, was approved. L The new bond of E. N. Butler as Coun ty Clerk, was approved, taking the place of his first bond which had been tempor arily approved. i The resignation A. E. Butler as Jus tice of the Peace, was submitted to the Board and accepted on condition that he hold office until his successor shall qualg ify. tl A. G,. jtfaine was appointed Justice of 'Weirace for the Walden Precinct. The meeting was then temporarily adjurned to the Odd Fellows’ Hall where the matter of an equitalUe assessment was taken up in a general meeting to which all Taxpayers had 1 been inyited; and after due discussion the general meeting voted that the Board should pursue its policy for the equalization of assessment and taxation, keeping in mind the suggestions heard in meeting. The general meeting being closed and the regular work of the Board again taken up at the County offices, the fol lowing hills were allowed and warrants issued for the same ROAD FUND Number of Warrant Name For Amount \ Qeo., H. Aftav.vi.llo Road work Dist. $244.50 iC. O, Holliday ” " ” 102.00 10 W. O. Mosmuu & Son Hnrdwaro etc, for Road 46.12 GENERAL OR QERJNARY FUND. 3 A. J. M0.y,50* M|»ikin« assessment 1900 371.* 4 A, G. M,aiuo. Coroner’s at 9. 00 5, Sajn E. Swiro Assessor’s SMda»jr at 150.00 6 Hugh E, Huutor Co v Cg^misaioner’s Services 97.40 7 J. E. Co. Commissioner's Sorvicos UY\4O \o } S. Caso Co. Commissiovmst SorviQ4>4 110. GO 9 W. O. Mosman Co v T7^^ Dror <’ s trip to Fort Collins 50.00 Meeting adj^urpod. EL N> Butler. Approved Clerk. Chairman. Minute* of Aug. fend and 3rd, 1909. The regular meeting of the Boaid of County Commissioners of Jackson Coun ty was held at the County offices 1b Walden. Colo., on the 2nd of August, 9* When You Think I GROCERIES, Think I ( AMES MERCANTILE Co. I I we Carry the Very BEST in the GROCERY LINE. Come in and Try 1 I Our Stock. For Drygoods, Boots, Shoes, Underwear, Furnishings, ■ m ana Bedding, Leave your Order with US. We also Sell the Deering M 1 Mowers and Thomas and Osbomeßakes. 1 AGENTS FOR THE ROYAL TAILORS. mm—mm mm—mm 1909, the evening of the same day, and the day following, H. EL Hunter, J. EL Mallon and O. 8. Case being present and the following proceedings were had: The bond of A. G. Maine os Justice of the Peace was approved. The County Clerk’s first monthly re port was examined and approved. The Coroner’s first monthly report was examined and approved. The lease for the County offices; run ning till Jan. Ist, 1911, was approved and signed. The County Treasurer’s books were not audited because new books had just arrived and were not yet in proper shape. No reports were received from the Sheriff and County Judge. A large amount of time was spent in assisting the Assessor in his adjustment of assessments and tax schedules. Bids for transcript of records were opened and considered, but no action taken. The following bills were allowed and warrants drawn for same:- ROAD FUND Number of Warrant Name For Amount 11 Sam Cardin Road work Dist 10 $8.50 1 2 Archie Badgero Road work Dist. 10. 49.00 18 John Dagle Road work Dist. 10. 13.00 14 H. C, Riddle Road work Dist. 10 105.10 15 W, O. Mosman & Son Bridge plank, spikes. 4.25 | GENERAL OR ORDINARY FUND i 16 Leftwich & Crose Retainer for legal services lyr. 100.00 1 17 W. O. Mosman County offices 1 rent 25.00 * 18 C.F.Haeckel 8.8 1 Ca County Seal 2.50 10 H. EL Hunter Co. Commis sioner’s Services. 19.80 < 20 J. EL Mallon Co. Commission er’s Services. 13.20 , Meeting adjourned to Aug. 16th, 1909. El N. Butler. Approved d Chairman. 1 Minutes of Aug. 15th, 1909. At the adjourned regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners of ] Jackson County, held in the County of- ] flees at Walden, Colo., on the 16th day of August, 1909, there being present J. EL Mallon, H. EL Hunter and O. S. Case * Chairman, the matter of bids for tran- c script of records was again taken up and given thorough consideration, but fur- i DAYUGHT IS OUR ONLY COMPETITOR. For the Best, Most Economical and Absolutely Reliable, Lighting System. See The National Arc Light Co. Walden, Colo. W. G. BARNES, Agent. NUMBER 26. i ther’data being desired, no final action L was taken. i The following bills were allowed and : Warrants drawn for same:- f ROAD FUND . Number of t Warrant Name For Amount 23 Henry Jurgensen Timber work Dist. 10 $46.00 l 24 John Jurgesen Road work Dist. 10 15T.00 , 26 Sam Harvey Road work Dist. 10. 5.00 28 William Norell Road work Dist. 21. 27.50 29 Andrew Norell Road work Dist. 21 34.00 30 Arthur Norell Road work Dist. 21. 19.00 81 Edw. H. Lnuko Road work Dist. 21. 19.10 32 Wm. Norell Road work Dist. 21. 271.00 GENERAL OR ORDINARY FUND 21 Sam E. Swire Assessor, Salary 150.00 22 Eva Dawson Supt. Schools ” 133.83 25 Alfred H. Law Printing & Adyertising 20.25 27 Out West P. & S. Co. Books, Blanks, Supplies. 190.14 Meeting adjourned. E. N. BUTLER Approved: Clerk. Chairman FRIDAY NIGHT’S DANCE A very enjoyable dance was held in the LO. O. F. Hall here last Friday night, and everyone present had a flno time. The music was furnished by Mr. King (who is working for Clark Neff,) and Park Blevins, helped out by others of the crowd. Tho dance was gotten up by the ladies of Walden. Joe Shearer and Henry Seymour were over from Hebron Thursday. Judge Shippey was in town Monday and Tuesday. Jas. Taylor was among the visitors from Hebren Thursday. Among the Walden visitors Friday were: Hubert Chedsey; Jas. Marr; Dave MacFarlane; Geo. Winterburn; Charles Fuller and wife; W. G. Mellon, The Teachers Examination was held in Walden by Mrs. Eva Dawson, Supt. of Schools Thursday and Friday. Bert Lieuallen was taking in the sights in our burg Saturday night.