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W. 0. MOSMAN
U. S. COMMISSIONER.
WALDEN, COLORADO
Office days:— Monday and Saturday ot
each week.
LOANS REAL ESTATE
Dr. C. H. FISCHER
DENTIST
Appointment# By Mail Or Telephone,
Walden Colorado
Cburch Directory.
Walden:
Sunday School at 10 A- M.
Epworth League 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.
P. W. FISCHER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and
SURGEON, j* j*
Walden Colorado.
PAUL W. LEE
COUNSELOR AT LAW
PORT COLLINS,
I Colorado 8i.n0,. COLORADO
TIME TABLE
MOFFAT ROAD
Reed Down STATIONS Reed Up
7 :50 Denver Arrive 10:40
Arrive 8:08 Utah Junet. “ 10:27
* 9:42 Rollinsville “ 8:41
•• 9:55 Tolland “ 8:31
■' 11:40 Corona “ 7:02
<• 12:45 Arrow “ 6:02
1:27 Fraser " 5:24
2:01 Granby “ 4:50
< 2:87 Sulpliur Spg " 4:18
8:25 Kremnding “ 8:25
•• 5:10 Crater “ 1:40
6:20 Yanipa “ 12:30
" 8:40 Steamboat Leave 10:10
WALTER L.SHAIR, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and
SURGEON. j» j
Walden, Colorado
OLASRCS PITTCO! HOURS 10TO I*D TO 9
4 ARPOINT
j. w. McDaniel m. d. j
SPECIALIST I
CYC. car.'nose, throat and
CHRONIC DISEASES |
Walden Colo.
TIME TABLE j
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
3;00 P. M.
Arriving in Laramie at 5:00 P. M.
THOMAS J. LEFT WICH NEWTON W. CRORE
LEFTWICH & CROSE
ATTORNEYS A.T LAW
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✓ 1
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As Its name indicates, this rifle reloads itself, the
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This places the complete control of the rifle under
the trigger finger, which permits rapid shooting Wj
with great ease and accuracy. The .351 Caliber JBISV
High-Power cartridge, has tremendous killing BrA
power, making it heavy enough for the largest game
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U Plated
Uing THEE
With each order for Old Time
Song Book at 10c.
52 dear old tunes we all love, words
and music complete for piano or organ,
orten cents. America, Annie Laurie,
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Republic, Catch the Sunshine, Columbia.
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Gray, Dixie’s Lan.l, 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
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Cradle of the reap. Swanee River, S» eet
and Low, Blue Rolls of Scotland, Last
Rose Summer, Ohl 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, stamje or
coin. For a short time we will send a
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venir to eacli one who sends a dime for
Che song hook. Send today to Piano
and Music Co., Galesburg, 111.
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( Serial No. 07030
> NOTICE for PUBLICATION
1 DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR
I U. 8. Land Offica at Denver, Colorado
[ Aug. 24th, 1900
NOTICE is hereby given that Michael Con*
I non, of Fort Collins Colo., who, on Sept. 19th,
! 1905, made D. L. 8.. No. 949, for: NWK of NEK;
r N* of NWK; SWK of NWK ;or lots 1-2 S, SWK
' NWK. Section 2, Towhship 7 N, Bange 78W,
i 6th P. Meridian, has filed notioe of intention to
\ make Final Proof, to establish claim to the
land above deoribed, before Wm. O. Moeman,
1 U. 8. Commissioner, at Walden, Colo., on the
I 18 day of October, 1909.
* Claimant names as witnesses:
1 Ervin Bentler, of Owl, Jackson Co. Colo.
Clark Grnbb, of ” ” " "
I George F. Connors of ” " ” "
] William N. Dryer, of Walden, ” ” •»
C. D. FORD, Register.
Ist Pnb. Sept 2nd, Last Pub. Oct. 7th
Notlca of Application to
Lease Stats Lands
Office of the State Board of Land
Commissioners.
Denver. Colo., Sept. 2,1906.
Notice is hereby given that Owen S. Case,
whose postoffice address is Walden, North Park,
Colo, has made application No. 6740 to lease the
i following described School Lands, situate in
Jackson County, Colorado, to wit:
NEK of NEK, Sec. 16. Twp, 8 N. R. 79 W. i
SK of NEK, Sec. 16, Twp. 8 N. R. 79 W. ;
BEK of SWK Soc. 16, Twp. 8 N. R. 79 W.
NK of SEK. Sec. 16, Twp. 8 N, R. 79 W.
SWK of SEK Sec. 16, Twp. BN. R. 79 W. 6th •
P. M. I
No other application to loase the above de- ,
scribed lands will be considered after Sept. 80,
1909.
R. L. JEFFERSON. <
Register State Board Land Commissioners, |
Ist Pub. Sept. 9th, Last Pub. Sept. 80th. j
—————— f
Notice of Application to i
Lease State Lands
Office of the State Board of Land
Commissioners.
! Denver, Colo., Sapt. 2,1909. 1
Notice is hereby given that John Jurgensen
whose postoffice address is Rand, Colo., has I
made application No. 6739 to lease the following |
described School Lands, situate in Jackson ,
County, Colorado, to wit:
EVt of Sec. 16 ; Twp. 6 N ; R. 78 W., 6th P. M.
No other application to 'loase the above de* <
scribed lands will be considered after Sept. 80, j
1909. !
B. L. JEFFERSON,
Register State Board Land Commissioners. '
Ist Pub. Sept. 9th Last Pub. Sept. 80th 1
1
PUBLIC TRUSTEE S SALE.
WHEREAS, V. Van Poll and L H. Meadß, 1
grantors by their Trust Deed, dated July 16th, (
1908, and recorded in the office of the Clerk and l
Recorder of Larimer County, Colorado, in Book |
244 at Pago 550 conveyed to the Public Trustee j
of said County, the following land in said Coun
ty, to wit: The South half of the South-west 1
quarter [BV4 SWKI and South half of the South I
east quarter (BV4 SEK) of Section seventeen (17) (
and the North-east quarter (NEK) of the North ,
East quarter (NEK) of section Twenty, in
Township Ten (10) North, Range Seventy nine 1
wost [79] of the sixth Principal Meridian. To
gether with all water rights pertaining to the
said land, in trust, to secure ono principal note
of even date with said trust Deed for $855.00,
payable to W. F, Donelson or order, on or lie
fore One Yea rafter date, with interest thereon :
from date at the rate of Eight per cent, per
annum, payable semi-annually, and evidenced ,
by One interest note.
AND WHEREAS, Default has been made by
the said grantors in said Trust Deed, in the per
formance of the covenants and conditions im
posed upon them by the terms of said Trust
Deed, in this, to-wit: ■ that said grantors have
failed to pay said principal note when due, and
failed to pay the semi-annual interest due on
said principal note on Sept. 20,1906, or any part
of the interest thereon.
AND WHEREAS, The legal holder of the in
debtedness represented by said note has filed
with said Public Trustee notice and demand in
writing, declaring said default, and electing to
declare the whole debt represented by said note,
and interest thereon to date of sale, due and
payable, and demanding the sale of said land
under said Trust Deed.
NOW, THEREFORE, Notice is heroby given
that pursuant to said notice, eleotion and do
mand, and under and by virtue of the authority
vested in me by said Trust Deed and the law, I,
Wm. O. Mosman, Public Trustee of Jackson
County, formerly a part of Larimer County,
will sell the above described land for cash, at
public auction to the highest bidder, at the
Wost front door of the County Offices in said
County, on Saturday the 16th day of October,
1909, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the pur
pose of paying said notes, interest and expenses
of this sale, and will give to the purchaser
thereof a certificate of purchase therefor as.
provided by law.
Dated September 20th, 1909,
Wm. O. MOSMAN.
Public Trusteo of Jackson County, Colorado.
First Publication, Sept. 23rd, 1909.
Last Publication, Oct. 14th, 1909
SERIAL NO. 03445
NOTICE for PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colorador
Sept. 6th, 1909.
Notico is horoby given that Isaac Trinder, of
Butler, Jackson Co., Colo., who, on August 22,
1902, mado Homestead Entry application, No.
21142 A 03445, for NWK of NEK, Sec. 84; SK of
SEK, See. 27; A SWK of SWK, Section 28, Town
ship 8 N, Range 82 W, 6th P. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final Five Year
proof, to establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Wm. O. Mosman a U. 8. Com
missioner at his Office, at Walden, Jackson Co.,
Colo., on the 4th day of November, 1906.
Claimant namos as witnesses:
Joseph Chedsey of Hebron, Jackson Co., Colo.
P. W. Fischer of Walden, ” ” ”
John P. Vaughn of Butler, ” ” n
George Winterburn of Walden, ” ” ”
C, D. FORD, Register.
Ist Pub. Sept, 30th. Last Pub. Nov. 4th
NOTICEI
Call is hereby made for the following Special
Shool Warrants to be presented for payment.
All Special Warrants in District No. 45.
Dist. No. 46. Spec, Wt. No. 50 $BO.OO
” » ” 2 16.00
•* " ” 3 50.00
» ” ” 4 23.50
» »> 5 21.00
Above Warrants cease to draw interest after
Sept. 29 | 09.
W. O. MOSMAN, Co. Treas.
COLORADO ENTERPRISE
A striking example of Westers enter
prise is found in a Denver Hotel, famous
throughout the country, that is spend
ing 148,000 in order to go itself one
better.
Every traveler between the Atlantic
and Pacific has heard of Denver's Albany
Hotel. Going west it is known as "The
best Hotel this side of New York". The
East bound man finds nothing like it
"outside of San Fianciaco”. Denver
residents show it off as one of the sights
of the town.
Now when any hotel gets on this self
advertising basis, people wonder what
it is that has attracted success. Was it
good luck?
The proprietors of the Albany, Samuel
F. Dutton and A. H. Eppstein don't be
lieve in luck as a business proposition.
They believe in the triumph of ideas.
"Don’t be satisfied with any business
success”, says Mr. Dutton. "Keep right
on improving. We are spending $48,000
right now to make the Albany Hotel
better than the best Hotel in Denver.”
"And what do you consider the best?”
"The Albany,” he answered. If a
business man wants to get a head, he
has got to beat himself in business.”
This answer gives the keynote of Mr.
Dutton’s character. It is what brought
him to the front in the Western business
world.
Mr. Eppstein, the other proprietor, is
of the same persuasion. "Nothing is too
good for the Albany. Nothing is to good
for Albany guests” is his favorite expres
sion, so he willingly joined Mr. Dutton
in his plan to beat the Albany Hotel.
"Oh my, but this is a good one on the
Albany,” exclaims Mr. Dutton.
"Say” replies Mr. Eppstein. "But I’ve
got the best one on the Albany yet”.
The two ideas upon which the Albany
has been run are amusement and com
fort. The new ideas are more amuse
ment and luxury.
When luxury came in to conquer
comfort it meant new equipment. The
proprietors began by re-decorating and
re-furnishing 110 guest rooms. The
walls were beautifully tinted and hung
with exquisite pictures. The floors were
laid with Wilton velvet carpets. Tables
were furnished with electric reading
lamps, harmonizing in color with the
design of the rooms. Long peer mirrors
replaced former smaller mirrors. New
mahogany four posted beds were used
in many of the rooms, while others were
furnished with double brass beds and
brass twin beds. Costumers, deep seat
ed ratton chairs and dressing tables
were among the other additions to the
cause of luxury. Then came the finish
ing touches of new curtains and hang
ings.
Down stairs ideas were at work. The
beautiful restaurant rooms were being
succeeded in business by more beautiful
restaurant rooms. The walls were re
tinted. The Viuyard cafe was furnished
with new gold chairs and tables. The
Colonial room lighted with soft, shaded
lamps, gained many new features in the
way of furnishings and was greatly im
proved in facilities for seating guests.
The beautiful foyer was redecorated and
the entrance converted into a palm gar
den.
Then one of the proprietors had a big
idea, which developed into the Venetian
Parlor. This room on the Stout Street
side of the hotel became the most lux
urious reception room and parlor for
'ioth ladies and gentlemen, to be found
la the entire West. Its atmosphere is
conducive to rest and it is filed with the
many little conyeniences so deeply ap
preciated by guests. The woodwork of
the room is dark, giving it the antique
effect. The chairs are covered with the
dull old rose and red panne velvet.
There are wide divans, reading and
writing tables and conversation corners.
The entire room is decorated in the
same exquisite tasie that one might ex
pect to find in the. palatial home of a
multi-mi Uionai re.
“The Albany Hotel has always been
famous for its music” remarked one of
the proprietors. "If we are going to
beat it we must get better music.” So
they engaged Professor Henry Housely,
one of the beet known musicians in the
West, to conduct the vocal concerts,
which are a delight to Denver’s music
lovers, The instrumental music, under
the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Baker, is
always the best that can be secured.
"I am perfectly satisfied” remarked
both Mr. Dutton and Mr. Eppetein, in
speaking of their new proposition, "that
we are going to best the Albany all to
, pieces”. "The cost was considerable*
1 but we could not afford a daugerous
rival like that. We’re going to keep
right on beating it too. Its our idea of
the hotel business.”.
The Albany is dead. Long live the
ALBANY.
Better Yet.
"Humph!” says the lady with the
extra supply of artificial puffs. "Just
listen to this crazy stuff In the wom
an’s department of this magsslne:* "To
retain your husband’s Interest In you
remember the little traits and ways
and mannerisms that won his affec
-1 tlons. Be coy, be vivacious. Wirt
1 with him.’ ”
1 "Well,” responds the lady with the
| shiny nose, ‘‘that seems to me to be
, good advice.”
"Humph! To retain your husband’s
Interest In you, flirt with somebody
else’s husband, my dear.” —Life.

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