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f PESTS 111 I E OROWMo Apple Pm*. lnMttt% 0» *9OOOlll at tMr Jtabtta (W OU bclrimou* ■M 1 l imi pkoofl About tb* (ML** 9cmotlm— fOomnxnAod. it* fcttolß) win Tb* most mt jbNM at prarantln* tani|i tram MM M*t* io br —wuJ itloo at MAM I non at Urn grab* ■BltUf polntad 1 to. Vorioo* m tlw OMI. MOVE BIG TREES IN WINTER ’“’isjfrawuar”” Proton —(toed Mot hod. i Utn tra** ml ahrabo or b* tr l on* port of tb* plao* to pM tb* ground U not too iigaab Boon Tb* tr*** to b* it* Show!h*ra • ti ong about thr* (**t out trots tb* trank all *i L ttlag tl|* root* at tb* rid** and *l* |und*n>**rti tb* ball at aartb. It **n u dry. pour on anoogh water to irate* warib trick to tb* root*, i Btar* bote* dng, and M aooa a* tb* graand around tb* root* la troon. pall tb* tr** *r*r with a pair at bora**, rild* tba dray aadar tb* ball at aarth. tte tb* tea* to tb* dray; than haul to Jiao* pod * tb* *artb la bottom at may aa* p tr** in; a** that It la n Dpt oagtfc *ad top plumb; praaa |Ot fin* hi* **rtb round tb* rid**. Muffins it in bard; tl* tb* tra* to latent riakaa, apraad ate or right larg* torkbite ot ooara* manor* around tb* tra*; tb*d put on top of manor* and oka* up to tb* trank aararal larg* jatou**. Tb* manor* will **p tb* aid (tool and motet, and tb* (too** wffl Draw ant tb* root* tram bring abn ka« mom by aorara wind*. lliaagran it to *0 tori In bright may b* toorad by tbla matbod, and It w*Q don* not on* tra* n**d b* lost. Daolduou* tr***, owing to thrir root* aprradlng out to tor and going ao d*op, an much mar* difficult to noia Traaa *to t tori In bright may b* moT*d. bat larg* tr*«* can a*ldom b* morad with socom*. rawing Ihrab* and larga roa* *buab*a may b* morad In tba aamo way. Atwajni plant In good aartb and upon wril-dralnad land. If aoll la aan dy or rocky, make larga hotea; fill In with good aartb bafor* planting. Tb* ownar Mould attend to tba **** work euu>ot *** Lima gulphur Wash. During tba laat year tba llmwaul pbur waab, which for a nnmb*r of yaara baa bran amployad to prvrant lama to traaa by tb* Saa loot ncnl*. was triad with grant nuoown In **r ami locnlttia* u a protection ot or chard tra* trank* against tba attack at rabbit*, says Secretary Wilson. Tb* rained? I* cheap, and a* a ml* ■ stogie traatmnnt in tba'fill appear* -to protect tram for tb* antlr* inter. Mllliig A**4« Sarral*. In SUlag *ppl* barrel*, *ll until tb* test laywr (tend* aa inch above tb* ahto* of tb* bnrral. This tnsur** Kite nr WkM tb* brad I* pr—*d dowS pmftfflr. An 014 Main* Ferry. TIM Bit bride* on 8t John Hvor ramoTM a pletarwqu* mothod or transportation. Van Bursn* Mt, and It Leonard's, N. 8., bars boon con nootsd tor many ysars by msans of a primltlTo fsrry: From shoro to abara a great steel cable la stretched, fifty or more feet along the shore at the starting point Upon this Is hung a traveler, consisting of a wooden block* with a huge iron trolley wheel, at each end. The trolley runs on the cable and from each end of the trav eler a long rope leads down and Is made fast on the scow. This rope leads down through pulleys to a big wheel placed at one side and amid ships. The wheel acts as a throttle and steering gear both, and by turn ing It cme way or the other either end of the boat Is headed upstream.—Port land Press. RANCH FOR BALE A first class hay ranch for sale in North Park. Price reasonable) and good terms if taken at once. R. Q. TAYLOR P. O. box 491* Cheyenne, Wyo. NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that I will pay upon presentation Bond No. 2 of |5OO issued by School District No. 1, formerly School District No. 45. Payment to be made at the office and in the presence of the County Treasurer of Jackson County, according to law. Interest on bond to cease May 20, 1911. Dated at Walden, Colo., April 24, 1911. H. C. Riddle, Treasurer School Dls, No. 1. 4- Serial No. 05427. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Dever, Colo. April 27, 1911. Notice is hereby given that John L. Dagle, of Walden, Jackson Co Col. who, on 26ht day of June, 1906, made Homestead Entry, No. 23808, for ett sett, nwtt sett* Section 28, Town ship BN., Range 78 W 6th, P. M., has filed otlce of intention to make final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land* above, described, before Wm. O. Mosman a U. S. Commission er at his Office in Walden, aJckson Co. Colo., on the 7th day of July, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Samuel P. Carden, Qllbert Hayes, Ada L. Hayes, and Malcom C. Ward, all of Walden, Jackson Co. Colo. C. D. FORD, Register. Coal Land. 5-4 6-8. Berlal No. 02318. NOTICE"FOR* P U B LICATIon! Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo. April 28, 1911. Noitce is hereby given that John Simeon, of Hebron, P. O. Jackson Co. Colo., who, on May 11th, 1907, made Desere Land Entry, No. 1879, for Ett NEtt* NttSEtt, Section 35, Township 8 N, Range 81W, 6th P. M., has filed notice of intention to make Final Desert Land Entry Proof ,to estab lish claim to the land above describ ed, before Wm. O. Mosman a U. S. Commissioner at his Office, at Walden .Jackson Coi Colo., on the 26th day pf June, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses:' Theo. L. Cook, Harvey Turner, Al bert Gray, all of Hebron, Jackson Co. Colo., and John C. Baker, of Bulert, Jackson Co. Colo. C. D. FORD, Register. _L_J 5—4 6—B. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo. April 28, 1911 Notice is hereby given that George W. Alderdice, of Rand, Jackson Co. Colo., who, on March 16, 1906, made Homestead Entry, N 0.244445, for Ntt swy 4 , SEtt SWI4, swy 4 SEtt, Sec tion 12, Township SN, Range 78W, 6th P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Wm O Mosman a U. S. Commissioner at his Office, at Walden, Jackson Co. Colo., on the 6th day of July, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Roy Boston and Park M. Blevins, of Walden, Jackson Co. Colo., Roy Woods, of Laramie, Wyoming, and J. A. McNamara, of Kremling, Grand Co. Colo. C. D. FORD, Coal Land. Register. 5 4 6—B. Serial No. 07835 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo. . April 14, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Della Bohn, of Walden P. O. Jackson Co. Colo., who on April 7th, 1907, made Desert Land Entry, No. 1825, for aw tt sett Sec. 22 stt swtt Sec. 23, ntt nett Sec. 27,ntt nwtt. nwtt nett. Section 26, Township 9N, Rang 81W, sth P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final D. L. E. Proof, to establish claim to the land above dlescribed, before Wm. O. Mosman at his office, at Walden 1 Jackson Co. Colo., on the Bth day of June, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Jeptha Davison, of Higho, Jackson Co. Colo., and Jacob Johnson, James E. Mallen, and Charles Bohn of Wal den Jackson Co. Colo. C. D. FORD. Register. 4-21—5-26. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Denver, COl. April 10, 1911. Notice is hereby given that An drew Sorenson, of Higho, Colo., who .n December 22, 1905, made home stead entry. No. 23345, for swtt of sett Sec. 19 n tt of nett» sett of nett, section 30, township 9 range 80 w, 6th principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claii to the land above described, be fore Archie G. Maine, clerk of the county court, at Walden, Colo., on th 2nd day of June ,1911. 0 Claimant names as witnesses: Malcom C. Ward, Charles Mitchel, Frank . Mosman, and Melvin Gates, all of Walden, Colo. C. D. FORD, Register. 4-13 5-18 Serial No. 05550. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land office at Denver, Colorad April 20, 1911, Notice is hereby given that Will iam Darcy, of Rand P. 0., Jackson Co., Colo., who, on Sept. 7th, 1906, made homestead entry, No. 24060, for SWtt of NEtt, SEtt of NWtt, Wtt of SEtt* Section 8, Township 6 N, Range 79 W., 6th P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before Wm. O. Mosman,, U. S. Commissioner, at Walden, Colo., on the 7th day of July 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: John Slack, of Rand P. 0., Jackson Co., Colo., and Dennis Brennon, Fred Ninegar and Robert Wade of Heb ron, Jackson County, Colo., C. D. FORD, Register. Coal Land. 4—27 6—l Serial No. 07078. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of The Interior U S. Land office at Denver, Colorad April 20th, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Flor ence E. Kimmons, of Walden, Colo rado, who, on March 17tli, 1908, made Homestead Entry, No. 26584, for SWtt of SWtt. Sect. 26, SEtt of SEtt, Sec. 27 & N% of NWtt, Sec tion 35, Township BN, Range 78 W. 6th Principal Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make Final Com mutation Proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Archie G. Maine, Clerk of the Coun ty Court, at Walden, Colorado, on the 7th day of July, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: C. L. P. Winscom, Sam Carden, Rose G. Woods, and F. T. Woods, all of Walden, Colorado. C. D. FORD Register. Coal Land. 4—27 6—l Order to Show Cause on Petition for Sale of Real Estate. In the County Court in Probate. May Term 1911, May 3rd 1911. State of Colorado, Couty nof Jackson, ss. Present: The Hon. H. C. Chedsey, County Judge of said county, pre siding. J. C. Timbrel, Sheriff. Attest, A. G. Maine Clerk. On this day in said Court the fol lowing proceedings being had, they are hereby here entered of record to wit: State of Colorado, County of Jack sdn, ss. In the County Court In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of S. A. Mclntire deceased. Order to show cause on petition for sale of real estate. This matter coming on to be heard this 3rd day of May 1911 upon the this 3rd day of May 1911 upon pe tition filed herein by Albert Mcln tyre, Administrator of said Estate for the sale of the following described real estate or a portion thereof, to wit, Lot 3 in block 5 in Town of Cow drey with 3 room house and Lot 15 in Block 3 Town of Cowdrey and store building, for the purpose of paying the debts of the said estate. And it now appearing to the Court from said petition that proper and legal grounds exist for the sale of all or a portion of said estate, NOW THEREFORE, It is ordered by the Court that all persons who ar legatees or devises of said estate, or any part thereof, or heirs of said decendent be and appear before said Court at the Court room of said Court in Walden, Jackson county and State aforesaid on the sth day of June 1911, at the hour of 2 o’clock in the afternoon of said day, then and there to show cause, if any there j be, why an order should not be made directing the said Albert McIntyre Administrator to sell the whole or so much of said real estate as ma” be necessary for the purpose specified in said petition. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED That this order be published at least four successive weeks in the New Era a public newspaper published in said county. By the Court. FI. C, C1IEDSEV, County Judge. 5-4 5-25. Mr. Conley, of Trinidad, who will teach the Haworth school this sum mer came in on the stage Friday. Restoration to Entry of Lands in National Forest. Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, embracing 157. 34 acres, within the Hayden Na tional Forest, Colorado, will be sub ject to settlement and entry under the provisions of the Homestead laws of the United States and the act of June 11, 1906 (34 Slat., 233) at the United States land office at Denver, Colorado, on June 10, 1911 Any settler who was actually and in good faith claiming any ol' said lands for agricultural purposes prior to January 1, 1906, and has not aban doned same, has a preference right o tmake homestead entry for the lands actually occupied. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons mentioned below, who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such set tler, provided such settler or appli cant is qualified to make homestead entry and the preference right is exercised prior to June 10, 1911, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and 'entry by any qualified person. The lands are within Sec. 2,T. 11 N., R. 82 W., 6th P. M. , described by metes and hounds as follows: Begi nning at the Forest Service Monument a post COO feet on north side of Big Creek, two miles south west of Pearl, Colorado, whence mile-stone 132 on state line between Colorado and Wyoming bears N. 4 degrees- 15 minutes W. 194.30 chai;ns extending thence S. 20 chains; thence S. 63 degrees W. 6 chains; thence S. 54 degrees 30 mi utjEB • W. 5.50 chains; thence W. 10 chains; thence S. 7 chains; thence S. 54 degrees 30 minutes W. 18.30 chains thence N. 56 degrees W. 21.- 50 chains; thence N. 46 degrees 30 minutest E. 83 chains; thence S. 55 degrees E. 12.50 chains; thence s. 45 degrees W. 25.75 chains to the place of beginning. Variation 15 de grees 10 minuest E. Said tract was listed upon hte application of Chas. E. Bulls, of Pearl, Colorado. FRED DENNETT Commissioner of the General Land Office. Approved March 21, 1911 Frank Pierce First Assistant. Secre tary of the Interior. 4-13 5-4 ~ i Serial No. 09728 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISOLATED TRACT. Public Land Sale. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo. Feb. 24th. 1911 NOTICE is hereby given that as directed by the Commissioner of the! General Land Office, under provision of Act of Congress approved June 27, 1906 (34 Stats., 517), pursuant to the application of Frank E. Lyon Serial 09728 w r e will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, at 10 o'- clock A. M.., on the 27 day of May 1911, at this office the following de scribed land: SEVi of NE14 Section 12, Tp. 10 N. R. 80 W., 6th Principal Meridian. Any persons claiming adversely the above described kind are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. C. D. FORD, Register. HUGH TAYLOR, Receiver. 3— 5—4 Serial No. 046G2 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo. ! April 14, 1911.! Notice is hereby given that George B. Clark, of Walden, P. O. Jackson Co. Colo., who on June 7th, 1904, made homestead entry No. 22212, for swVi se, Vise Vi swVi Sec. 23 and qVz nwVi, Section 26, Township 12N, Range 79 W, 6th P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Five (Seven) Years Proof to establis claim to the land above described, before William O. Mosman a U. S. Commissioner, at his office in Wal den Jackson Co. Colo., on the 9th ‘ day of June, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Lizzie Clark, Ed J. Kilburn, O. S. 1 Boston and Jefferson Kilburn all of Walden, Colo. C. D. FORD, Register. , 4- —5-26. I the MEADOW VIEW 1 Summer Hotel I Will open ■ JUNE Ist 1911 I for the Season ■ Auto stage service daily from Granby on the Mof- ■ fat road, 3 hours run through Magnificent Mountain ■ Scenery. I 4 Excellent Trout Streams I within easy walking distance of the hotel. B Beautiful view of the North Park hay meadows, thous- M ands of acres in view of the hotel porch. ■ Rates: $2.00 per day American plan. m ALICE V. ISH 1 RAND COLORADO I Phone Rand Exchange w ■ JURGENSEN & DONELSON General Merchandise Rand, Colorado The Rand store has been reorganized: Mr. Fred Q. Donelson coming in as a partner and bringing additional capital into the business. To our present customers we can say the business will undoubtedly be improved by addition of Mr. Donelson to our force. Of prospective customers we court investigation of our goods and prices. te-o | Professional Cards | W. 0. MOSMAN u. S. COMMISSIONER. WALD EN. COl XJRA DO. Office days:— Monday and Saturday of each week. LOANS REAL ESTATE Churcli Directory Walden: Sunday School at 10 A. M. Epwortli League 7 P. M. Prayer Service Wed. Eve. 7 P. M. Everybody cordially invited Geo. 11. Manning Pastor. ' ' I •. W. FISCHER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, j* j* Walden Colorado. PAUL W. LEE i COUNSELOR AT LAW FORT COLLINS, COM) HA DO in. do.. COLORADO C. h. FISCHER, M.D. Glasses Fitted. Appointments By Mail Or Telephone, Walden, Colorado ; GEORGE H. VAN HORN j *ml COUNSELLR AT LAV* I General Practice and Irrigation Law WALDEN, - - ■ COLO. THOMAS J. LEFTWICH ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW Fort Collins, Colorado. GENERAL PRACTICE and IRRIGATION LAW DR. A, W. WHITEHOUSE Veterinarian Phones, Office, Walden 35 Resirence, Walden 10 Blackleg Vaccine always on hand. WALDEN COLORADO ALFRED H. LAW lll ♦ LA WYER * HI RESIDENCE AT RANCH Office attendance In Walden by Appointment. 1,111 Phene The New Era at Walden 5 . for information. LODGE DIRECTORY. WOODMEN of the WORLD, meet at the 1, O. O. F. hall the second ind fourth Saturday of each month. I. O. O. F. meet the first and third Sat urday of each month. / The Women of the Woodcraft meet ut the I, O. O. F. hall the first and third Friday of each month.