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Office days:— Monday and Saturday of
each week.
Glasses Fitted.
Appointments By Mail Or Telephone,
Walden, Colorado
Church Directory
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Epworth League 7 I*. M.
Prayer Service Wed. Eve. 7 P. M.
Everybody cordially invited
Geo. H. Manning Pastor.
P. #. FISCHER, M. 0.
Walden Colorado.
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law
Notary Public,
Will be at the ranch over Sunday reg
ularly. On Tuesday Wednesday, &
Thu rsday of each week he will be in
Plione Walden 5
Veterinary Surgeon
Re ' lice in Mrs. Kauffman’s Cottage.
Phone Cedar 31.
Walden, - - Colo.
meet at the I. O. O. F. hall the second
and fourth Saturday of each month.
I. O. O F. meet the first find third
Saturday of each month.
The Women of the Woodcraft meet
at the I, O. O. F. hall the first and third
Friday of each month.
Time table in effect at present time.
foot of Fremont street, West
No. 1, Westbound.
No. 1 loaves Laramie 7:30 A. M.,
arrives at Mil brook 8:20 A. M.. Centen
niA:in A. M., Albany 10:05 A. M,
ll :20 A. M.
No. 2, Eastbound.
No. 2 leaves Foxpark 1 :20 P, M , Al
bany 2its P. M., Centennial 3 20 P. M ,
Mil brook 4:00 P. M.. and arrives at
Laramie 4:45 I*. M.
Train service daily, except on Sundays
Two Choice High Grade Porcheron
Stud Coifs 2 and 3 years old—Weights
1380 and 1740. Color Black.
W. H. Campbell. R. F. D. 2.
Fort Collins. Colo.
Anyone sending askotrh nnd description mny
qulolilr ascertain our opinion free wliotlior an
Invention in probably pntentnble Coniiimnlro
tlonsnlTlctlyconUcle.itlnl. HANDBOOK on Pntonta
■out free. OldOßt agency for securing patents.
Patontfl takon through Munn St Co. receive
tptclal notice, without charge, In tho
Scientific American.
A handsortiely Illustrated weekly. I/irgcnt clr-
MUNN & Co. J8,Bro " , “I'’ 1 '’ New York
Brwcll VOM.ES r BU Wublngtuo, D. &
SKUIAL NO. 013159
Notice for Publication
Sec. 2317, R. S.
Laud OlTico at Denver, Colo.
April 30, 1910
Notice is hereby given that Elmor Georgo
Hoofer of Laramie, County of Albany, State of
Wyoming, has this day filed in this office
Application to Purchliso. nndor tho provisions
of Section 2317, U. S. Revised Statutes, tho EV*
of NWhi of Section 17 and tho EV4 of SWJ4 of
Section 8, Township 9 North, Range 78 West. 6th
P. M.
Auy and all persons claiming adversely tho
lands described, or desiring to object for any
sale thereof to applicant should
fllo their alTidavits of protest in this office on
or before tho 25th day of June, 1910, otherwise
tho application may bo allowed,
C. D. FORD, Register
5 6—lo
SERIAL NO. 013150
Sec. 2317, R. S.
Land Ofllco at Donver, Colo.
April 29th, 1910-
Notico is hornby given that Andrew H. Cordi
ner of Laramie, County of Albany, Stato of
Wyoming, has this day lilod in this offico Appli
cation to Purchase, under tho provisions of
suction 2317. U. S. Rovisod Statutes, tho E4 of
Wtf, of Section 18, Township 9 N. Range 78 W.
oth P. M.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tho
lands described, or desiring to object for any
reason to the sale thereof to applicant, should
fllo tlioir affidavits of protest in this offico on
or before the 23t1» day of Juno, 1910, otherwise
tho application may be allowed.
D. FORD, Register
Ist Pub. May 12 Last Pub. Juno 16
SERIAL No. 04567
Notice for Publication
U. S. Land Ofllco at Donver, Colorado
Juno 3,1910.
Notice is hereby given that, Marie L. Patton
(Wife of Edwin Patten, Docoasod) of Hobron,
P. O. Jackson Co, Colo., who, on Jan. 7th, 1904,
mado Homestead Entry, No. 21989, for S*4 of
NW'i, N‘i of SW'i, Soction 21, Township 7 N.,
Range 81 W., 6th, I'. Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make Final Fivo Year Proof to
establish claim to .tho laud abovo described, be
fore Win. O. Mosman a U. S. Commissioner, at
bis Ollico at Walden, Jackson Co., Colo., on tho
29th day of July, 1910
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Wm. Latham of Rutlor P, 0., Jackson Co.
Colo., Charles F. Staples, Harry Patten, and
John l\ Vaughn, of Hobron, P. O. Jackson Co.,
C. D. FORD. Rogistor.
6 7-21
SERIAL No. 0348
Notice for Publication
U. S. Land Oflice at Donver, Colorado
Juno 10, 1910
Notice is hereby given that Clarouce E. Mos
ul an of Walden, Jackson Co. Colo., who, on
June 17th, 1907, made Desert Land Entry, No.
1964/—0348, for NNVTi of SW*4, Sec. 13; NJ4 of
SEI4, NEf-i of SW'i, Soction 14, Township 8 N,
Rnngo 79 W., 6th P. Meridian, has filed uotico
of intention to mako Fnal Proof to establish
claim to the land above described, beforo Wm.
O. Mosman, a U. S. Commissioner at his Office
et Walden, Jackson Co., Colo., on the 10th day
of August, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Wedor, Albert Asfalg, William McKin
zoy nnd Wm. McArthur, all of Walden, Jackson
Co., Colo.
C. D. FORD, Rogistor,
6-16 7-21
Gold Plated
ling FREE
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,
or 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 Lan.i, 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 tho Dee]), Swaneeßiver, Sweet
and Low, Blue Rolls of Scotland, Last
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, stamjts or
coin. For a short time we will send a
gold plated linger ring FREE as a sou
venir to each one who sends a dime for
the song book. Send today to Piano
and Music Co..Galesburg, 111
Read Down STATIONS Road Up
Leave 7:50 Denver Arrive 10:40
\rrivo 8:08 Utah Juncfc. “ 10:27
0:42 Knllinsville “ 8:44
•• 0:55 Tolland “ 8:31
“ ’.1:40 Corona " 7:02
12:4 » Arrow “ 6:02
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
“ 0:20 Yanina “ 12:30
" 8:40 Steamboat Leave 10:10
SERIAL No. 07880
Notice for Publication
U. S. Land Offioe at DenverJColorado
May 23.1910
Notice is hereby given that Gao. W. Alder
dice, of Walden, Jaokaon County, Colorado,
who, on May 16,1907, made Desert Land Entry,
No. 1902-07880, for W* of BE*, EH of BW*,
Section 4, Township 7 North, Range 81 Weat.
6th; Principal Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Final Desert Proof to establish
claim to the land above described, before Wm.
O. Mosman a U. 8. Commissioner, at Walden,
Jack son County, Colorado, on the 9th, day of
July, 1910.
Claimant names aa witnessea;
James Taylor Sr., William Simpson, William
Tappin, and James Marr. ail of Hebron, Colo
C. D. FORD, Register.
6—2 7—7
Notice of Application to
Lease State Lands
Office of the State Board of Land
Denver, Colo. May 25,1910
Notice is hereby given that Silas Haakin
whoso postoffice address is Bntler, Colorado,
lias made application No. 8139 to lease the fol
lowing described School Lands, situate in Jack
sou County Colorado, to wit: SH of BWJ4, Sec.
36, Twp. 8 N. R. 82 W., and SESi of Sec. 36, Twp.
8 N., R. 82 W.6thP.M. _
No other application to lease the above-de
scribcd lands will be considered after June 23,
Register State Board Land Commissioners
6—2 6—23
Sale of State Lands
Notice is hereby given that I will sell, at
public auction, to the highest responsible bid
der, on the 6th day of July. 1910, at 2 o’clock
P. M., at tho office of The State. Board of Land
Commissioners, Capitol Building, Denver, Colo
rado, the following described-lands, situated in
Jackson Connty, Colorado, vis.:
80 Acres, WV4 of NWJ4, of Section 29, Twp. 9N,
Range 80 W„ 6th P. M., Minimum Price per
Acre. $B.OO, Improvements, $700.00.
Subject to any or all easements or rights of
way heretofore legally obtained and now in
full force and effect, if any there be.
Reserving, however, |fithe State of Colorado
all rights to any and all minerals, ores and
metals of every kind and character, and all
coal, asphaltum, oil, and other like substances
in or under said land, and the right of ingrass
and egress for the purpose of mining, together
with enough of the surface of same as may be
necessary for the proper and convenient work
ing of such minerals and substances.
Value of improvements on this land as apprais
ed by this Department. 9700.00.
Owner of improvements, Andrew Norell.
Sulo Application No. 7091.
No land will be sold at less than the minimum
price per acre, as given above. The parcels
will be sold in the above order, and eaoh tract
will be sold as described above—be the same
more or less.
Terms of payment shall be as folljws, via.:
On lands selling for $3.50 to $25, per acre, 10 per
cent of the purchase money on the day of sale,
th« balance in eighteen equal annual payments
at 6 per cent per annum. Lands selling at
more than $25 per acre and lesa than $75 per
acre, 20 per cent cash on the day of sale, the
balance in fourteen equal annual payments at
7 per cent per annum. Land selling for $75 and
upwards. 30 per cent cash, and balance in seven
equal annual payments at 7 per cent interest.
If the purchaser does not own the improve
ments, he must pay for the same at sale. Pur
chaser will execute bond, as provided in Sec
tion 28, Act of July 11, 1905, must be a eitizeu of
the United States, or one who has declared his
intention of becoming such, must pay appraise
ment and advertising fees.
The Board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
No sale shall become effective until passed
upon by the State Land Board.
Register State Board of Land Commissioners.
3-9 6-30
SERIAL No. 0178
Notice for Publication
U. 8. Land Office at Denver, Colorado
June 8, 1910
Notice is hereby given that Mary V. Sharp, of
1540 Steels St,. Denver, Colorado, who, on July
7,1908, made desert land entry, N 0.0178, for lots 3
and 4, Section 7, Township 8 North, Range 81 W
of tho «th P. Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Final Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before the Register
or Receiver. U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo
rado. on the 28th day of July, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Ralph Coyte, of Walden, Colorado, Rensey
Dickon of Longmont, Colorado, James Mallon
ami J. C. Mann, of Denver, Colorado.
C. D. FORD, Register.
6—16 7-21
Wolf Bounty
The North Park Stock Growers Assn,
will pay a bounty of $25.00 on all grown
wolves and $5.00 on all wolf pups killed
within the limits of Jackson County,
Colorado. All wolves must be killed
after date of this notice, Dec. 29th 1909
Parties claiming this bounty will be
required to show the dead animal to
any two members of the North Park
Stock Growers Assn., who will sign a
certificate saying that the animal was a
wolf, killed within the limits of Jackson
County and cut of the feet of the dead
animal. Upon presentation of the cer
tificate, with the feet of the wolf to the
Secretory of the association the bounty
will.be paid.
by T. J. Payne, Secty.
The New Bra for the home news.
Hand-Written Business Letter Ap
pealed to the Man of Old-
Fashioned Ideas.
1 *Teaterday,” said an old-fashioned
man, “I received a handwritten letter,
the first I had received in a long time,
and do you know I was much im
pressed by it? Much.
"You know that for a long time now
almost all business letters have been
typewritten, dictated. With the vast
multiplicity of letters to be written,
we could no longer find time to write
our letters by hand. That hand-writ
ten letter that I got yesterday did
please me.
"There was a man who in answer to
mine had sat down and writ
ten me a letter, and there 1 was a sense
of personal attention in that that
pleased me very much, and I think
there might still be found profit In the
handwritten letter. Many such letters
that we used to get we couldn’t read,
or we deciphered only with much la
bor; certainly the typewritten letter
la a great convenience and comfort,
and still I do think that It would pay
a business man occasionally to write
a letter with his - own hand. It would
please his customer, I do believe, to
receive such a letter that was obvi
ously a personal communication. I
know that such a letter pleased me."
He Explains Why In His Opinion Sep
arate Prayer Meetings Are
A Kansas City preacher Is experi
menting with a separate prayer meet
lng for men and women, gnd the ex
periment will be watched with inter
est. He argues that the men are
afraid to come out and ask the Lord
for what they want, their wives being
present to hear; that they will be
more free if only men are present
"There is something In that," writes
a mean man to the Globe. "I want
the Lord to change my wife’s disposi
tion. She nags and la extravagant
and Is always watching me. If I were
to take such a prayer to the throne
of heavenly grace, with her kneeling
beside me to hear, there would be a
row when I got home that would
shake all the mottoes off the walls. I
would also like to ask for a lot of
things I want no women to hear
about. I have noticed that if a man
at prayer meeting sidesteps In his
prayer, and asks for anything mate
rial, the women talk about his world
ly ambition next day. I have a no
tion that a lot of us men want things
we don’t want the women to know
about" —Atchison Globe.
Sneezed at Her.
The courtroom was crowded. A
wife was seeking divorce on the
grounds of extreme cruelty and
abusive treatment. Guns, axes, roll
ing pins and stinging invectives
seemed to have played a prominent
part In the plaintiff’s married life.
The husband was on the stand un
dergoing a grueling cross-examination.
The examining attorney said: "You
have testified that your wife on one
occasion threw cayenne pepper In
your face. Now, sir, kindly tell ua
what you did on that occasion."
The witness hesitated and looked
confused. Every one expected that
he was about to confess to some
shocking act of cruelty. But their
hopes were shattered when he finally
blurted out:
"I sneezed I” —Everybody’s Maga
How Many Gentlemen?
Which of us can point out many
such In his circle —mGn whose alms
are generous, whose truth Is constant,
and not only constant In Its kind, but
elevated In Its degree; whose want of
meanness makes them simple; who
can look the world honestly in the
face with an equal manly sympathy
for the great and the small? We all
know a hundred whose coats are very
well made, and a score who have ex
cellent manners, and one or two happy
beings who are what they call In the
inner circles, and have shot into the
very center and bullseye of the fash
ion; but of gentlemen, how many?
Let us take a little scrap of paper and
each make out his list.—Thackeray.
When You Can’t Sleep.
There is an odd theory (that many
people believe and which is certainly
harmless) that sleeplessness may oft
en be cured In the following odd way:
Move your bed out into the room so
that no part of bed or covers will
touch the wall. Then place under
each caster of the bed a piece of rub
ber or a rubber overshoe, or set the
caster in a thick glass dish. Then go
to bed, making sure the covers do not
touch the wall. Thus the bed and
yourself will be cut off from all elec
tric contact with the floor or wall.
Such absence of electric current con
tact. it is claimed, will make you
sleep better. It is said to have cured
stubborn cases of insomnia.
The theologian of the latest school,
however, did not weakly waver be
tween the two horses, but forthwith
mounted both.
"No," he made answer, "I do not
deny that the apostles raised persons
from the dead. What I contend is
that if the apostles had been educated
men, in the modern sense, they would
have known that such a thing is im
possible. That, briefly, is my posi
tion." And how, in the face of so
eignal a reconciliation of reason and
revelation, was unbelief to maintain
"***~*f c*** deposit in advance, prefay freight, and
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D2IANI> BICYCLKB. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out
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Contest Notice
United States Land Offico.
Denver, Colorado.
April 28, 1910
A sufficient contest affidavit having boeu filed
in this offico by William S. Cook, contestant,
against Homestead Entry, No. 26199—06785
made Dec. 26. 1907, for N Vi of SWMAW'/t of SESi
Section 31, Township 9 N, Rnngo 78 W, 6th. P.
Meridian, by Wintzel V.Kryaauousky Contostcc’
in which it is alleged that said entryman aban
doned said land for moro than two yonrs last
past; Hint ho has never cultivated any portion
thereof and that his proseut address is unknown
also that he has not mado it his residence since
ho entored tho same, only stopping thoro when
it was more convenient so to do than to stay
olsowlioro; said partios aro hereby notified to
appear, respond, and oiler ovidonco touching
said allegation at 10 o'clock A. M. on July 21
1910, beforo tho Register nnd Rocoivor at the
United Statos Lund Ofllco in
Tho said contestant having, in a propor affi
davit, lilod April 28 1910, sot forth facts which
show that after duo diligence personal service
of this notico can not ho made, it is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice ho given
by duo nnd propor publication.
C. D. FORD, Rogistor
6-2 7—7
SERIAL NO. 012151
Notice for Publication
Sec. 2317, R. S.
Land.OiTico at Denver, Colo.
April 29th, 1910
Notico is hereby givon that Charles I Frazor
of Laramie, County of Albany, Stuto of Wyo
ming, has this day filed in this offico Applica
tion to Purchase, undor tho provisions of sec
tion 2317, U. S, Reviosd Statutes, tho E*4 ofSES4
nnd S'A of NEK* of Section 17, Township 9 N,
Raugo 78 W., 6th P. M.
Auy and all persons claiming adversely the
lauds described, or dosiring to object for any
reason to tho sale thereof to applicant, should
filo thoir affidavits of protost iu this offico on
or boforo tho 25th day of Juno, 1910, otherwise
tho application may bo allowed.
C. D. FORD, Register
5- 6-16
SERIAL NO. 012913
Notice for Publication
Sec. 2317, R. S.
Land Offico at Donvor, Colo.
April 9th, 1910
Notico is hereby givon that William J. Nai
smith of Laramie, County of Albany, State of
Wyoming, bus this day lilod in this offico Ap
plication to Purchase, under tho provisions of
soction 2347, U. S. Revised Statutes, tho 854 of
NEM of Section 20 and S'i of NWJi of Soction
21, Township 9 N, Range 78 W . 6th P. M.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
lands described, or desiring to object for any
reason to the sale thereof to applicant, should
file thoir affidavits of protost iu this ofiico on
or before the 25th day of Juno. 1910 otlierwiso
the application may he allowed.
C. D FORD, Rogistor.
—l2 6-16
SERIAL NO. 01486
Notice for Publication
U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colorado
Juno 2 1910,
Notico is hereby givon that Anders Olson, of
Walden. Jack sou County. Colorado, who. on
August 3rd. 1903. made Homestead Entry. No.
21756—04486, for E's of SWM and WK* of SKVi,
Section Eight, Township 7 Jiurtli. Range 79
West. Bill Priucipal Meridian, bus lilod uotico
of intention to make Final hive \ear Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described,
before Win. O. Mosman n U. S. Commissioner,
nt Walden, Juckson County, Colorado, on tho
19th, day of July, 19.0.
Claimant names as Witnesses:
Lars Larson, Andrew Larson ami Albert
Anderson of Walden. Colorado, and John C
Isli of Rand, Colorado.
C. D. FORD, Register.
6- 7-11
SERIAL No. 0347
Notice for Publication
U. S. Land Office nt Dotvor, Colorado
Juno 10, 1910
Notice is horohy givon that Ireno Mosman, of
Walden, Jackson Co., Colo., who, on Marcli 2nd
1908 mudo Desert Land Entry. No. 247 C—0347 for
South East quartor (SE I ,*), Section 11, Town
ship 8 N., Rango 79 W., 6th I\ Meridian, has
tiled notice o f intention to mnko Final
Proof to ostublish claim to tho
land above described, bol'oro Wm. O. Mosman
a U. S. Commissioner, at his Offico at Walden,
Jackson Co., Colo., on tho 10th day of August,
Claimant namos ns wituossos :
John Wedor, Albort Asfulg, William McKinzoy
und Win. Mc\rthur, all of Wnldon, Jackson
Co., Colo.
C. D. FORD, Rogistor.
6-16 7—21.
Notice of Application to
Lease State Lands
Offico of tho Stnto Board of Land
Donver, Colo., Juno 10, 1910
Notico is hereby given that Clayton Rich,
whoso postoflico uddress is Hobron, Colo., has
made application No. 8293 to leaso tho follow
ing described School und ludomnoty Sciiool
Lands, Situate iu Juckson, County, Colorado,
to-wit: SEKi of SEU, See. 31, Twp. 7 N.,
R. 80 W., 6th P. M.
No other application to leaso tho abovo do
scribe i lauds will ho considered ufter July 7,
Rogistor Stato Board Laud Commissioners
6-16 7—7
If Generations of live,®ivi(lc
awako American Boya have
obtained tho right kind of
hy being equipped with tho
unerring, time-honored
I All progressive Hardwaro and
Sporting Goods Merchants handle
STEVENS. If you cannot obtain,
wo will ship direct, express prepaid
upon receipt of Catalog Price.
Bin stamps for
is t rate* 1 CutnJo g.
P.0.80x 4099
Chicopee Fall*, Mau.

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