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l FINE TAILORING Cleaning and Pressing done on short notice Orir Lyric Thaatar Laramie, Wyoming A. A. Huktek, prest.. Owes S. Case, v. p., K. J. MucCallum, Cashier ■ I W. O. Barnes, Asst. Cashier. § NORTH PARK BANK II / Of Walden, Ci^orudo. I STATE BANK. ' CAPITAL $30,000 P : Tiansaeta a General Banking Business. Five per cent per annum I on Time Deposits. II DIRECTORS | } OwsnS. Cabs, Fletcher Campbell, A. J. Monroe. A. A. Hunter j Id Andrew Peterson, Grace peterbon, K. J. MbcCallum —W 1 I Dry Geodi Grain Groceries 4 !! f 4 i ; .4 ■ | The Ames Mercantile Company * I , HEBRON, COLO. ;; - i a Rack Salt Barded wire Nall. Fisliins: TacKle J New assortment of Rods, Reel, Lines, Flies, Spinners, Leaders Etc. Now is the time to get that outfit. We also carry a complete line of Pure Drugs and Chem icals, Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Glass, Turpentine Etc, Toilet Articles, Stationery and Perfumery. THE NORTH PARK PHARMACY Walden • Colorado Let us quote you on your fall order. Special prices on large orders; Quality the best. Prompt service. GEM CITY GROCERY CO. Phone 2 Red | i . a Laramie - - Wyoming | C>A«L W-i. i-ll t T » ■ . I Serial No. 03523 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo., July 11, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Agnes Murphy, of Spicer, Jackson county, Colo., who, on Feb. 22, 1906, made desert land entry, No. 1184, for W% SW%, NEfc SWfc, SE% NW*4, Sec. 7, township 6N, Range 80 W, 6th P. M. hag filed notice of intention to make final desert land entry proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Wm O. Mos man, a U. B.Commissioner at his office in Walden Jackson county colo., on the 7th day of Sept 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Charles G. Fuller and Frank W. Murphy, of Hebron, Jackson Co., Col. and Daniel A. Mclsaac and Joseph R. Coyte of Spicer, Colo. C. D. FORD, Register. Serial No. 07801. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo. July 11, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Charles H. Fischer, of Walden Jackson Co. Colorado, who, on March Bth, 1907, made Desert Land entry, No. 1769, for NWfc NW%, NW%, SW& NE%, % SE% Sec. 22 and W# 9Wy Sec. 23, township 9N, range 79W, 6th P. M. has filed notice of intentio to make final D. L. E. proof to estab lish claim to the land above de scribed, before Wm. O. Mos man, a U. S. Commissioner, at his office in Walden, Jackson Co. Colo., on the 7th day of Sept., 1911. Claimant names as witnesses Edward A. Johnson, Peter W. Fis cher, John W. Riggen and O. William Huntington, all of Walden, Colorado. Coal Land. C. D. FORD. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Denver, Colorado. June 21, 1911. Ncfcice is hereby given that Charles Bergquist of Hlgho, Jackson county, Colo., who OA. August 26, 1907, made Desert Lead Entry, No. 2105, for NWH, section 12, township 9 N. (mage 81, W. 6th P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make fi nal Desert Land entry proof, to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed, before Wm. O. Mosman, U. S. Commissioner at his office at Wal den, Colo., on the 7tli day of Septem ber 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Hilda Wattenburg, Willis Briggs, and Oscar Anderson, of Higho, Col., and Victor Hansen, of Walden, Colo. C. D. FORD, Coal Land. Register. Serial No. 0720. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Denver, Colo. June 1, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Mary Curtin, of Walden, Jackson county, Colorado, who on August 3rd, 1003, made homestead entry, No. 0720, for NWy* of NE& and EVs ofNEM, sec tion lF andSWyi of NW*4, sectipn 12, Township 8 N, Range 79 W, 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commuta tion proof to establish claim to the* land above described, before Archie G. Maine, clerk of county court, at Walden, Jackson County, Colorado, on the 12th day of Septemerb, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Homer E. Hampton, Owen S. Case, August Anderson and Reid Mathews, all of Walden, Colo. C. D. FORD Register. Goal land. Coal waiver signed. PUBLIC LAND AND MINING CASES. If you are interested in any contest or any matter before the Interior De partment, write to Clark & Wright, registered land lawyers, 902 F Street 1 N. W. (opposite Gen’l Land Office', ! Washington, D. C. Free in formats n ! about contests and where to obtair j scrip, locatable upon public lands, Without residence or cultivation. We expect to interest new capl-' tal in North Park this spring and de sire listings of a number of ranches Have party with large income prop- ■ erty to trade for ranch. The New England Securities Com-! pany, Fort Collins, Colorado. THE NEW ERA *. . I ■ == ( == Published By THE NEW ERA PRINTING & PUBLISHING COMPANY i .J ; C. L. McFadden Manager and Editor A Republican newspaper devoted to tin interests of Walden and the North Park. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Y’ear £2.0!) j Six Months 1.00 j Three Months ; Advertising rates given on application. PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY. Entered as second-class matter March , 'J, 1906, at the post office at Walden, Col orado, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Here shall the Press, the cause of! Truth maintain, unawed by Infiuen. • and unbribed by Cain Opportunities for Homeseek ers in Jackson County etables. The vegetables especial h , are of fiiYe quality. I have rais - good potatoes here every year for! 23 years and this is the only failur. . In 1909 I raised on 1 acre of my . land twelve thousand pounds of fine j potatoes for which 'I received at W. ! den $154.00. I have been experiment ) ing particularly for six years pa with bald barley with good succe .. 1 I find as the land is cultivated fr year to year the yield increases. 1> believe my barley this year will r from "forty to fifty bushels per a-, and it is of the finest quality. if. C. RIDDLE, j We are opening up 500 acres sa : brush, upland, -sjioar Walden. Fr< first plowing among the sage bru . a very poor job at that, we have raised 30 bushels of oats, 40 bush spring rye (fall rye does better) a: 40 to 50 bushels ofnialt barley, sides good potatoes and bay. We are. certain that as the newness of thoi land is worked out the yield of crops will bemuch increased. FI SC HE If- 5 JOHNSON, j I have lived in North ParJ: 26 ye. 3 and own and operate 1,000 acres of! land near Walden all of which is sage brush up land, nearly all of it fa pasture and hay. Have part of it in i cultivation. Everything above written I can say is truo. I have had me. : ed success for years in raising v tables of the first quality. I 1 „ve raised 20 tons of potatoes on less than two acres. 1 have also had good success in raising oats and bar . y the only small grain 1 have sown. Others raise good winter wheat ami spring and fall rye. JOHN W. RIGGEN. I have lived in North Park twenty years, in addition to all the foregoing statements which I believe to be true I will add that in the sprin : ? 1910 I cleared up sage brash ;; ound plowed the same with a 16 inch sul ky plow using three horses and put the land in rye with drill in August 1910 and without irrigation cut onj the 2Stli day of July 191 i a crop that! I estimate will yield from twenty to twenty-five bushels per acre. J. H. FOX. I have lived in North Park about! twenty years. In addition to what is above set forth, which I ( aside:* a true statement. 1 will add that Ii know of one man Mr. Xowcomb, who' raised strawberries hero for ti eor four years with marked sue >. He' raised 50 crates a season on ; small piece ofland and the quality was mos i excellent. I have no do-.it that j strawberries can be made a very prof! I itable crop here. P. w. Kiscinut, d, j I I have lived in the North Park country for the pastlti years. Have) read the foregoing stalum . and! ; believe them to be true. A. A. HUNTER, j President of North Park bank. K. J. MeCALLUM, I i Cashier North Para Bank, Walden. [ HUGH AMES, * W. MILLER MW.' 1 AN, J Clerk of the District Court. C. E. MO W.I AN, Dealer in General Men hundise. Due Respect for the Courts. j Every intelligent and law iding j | citizen must condemn the action < f the j I leaders of a recent, mas meeting in : I Seattle at, which Judge Hanford ..f the j federal district court was d- < meed • for having issued an irjui. A 1 to! j which many persons have objt W I in a • I case involving the relative rlghw of a| 1 certain street railway company and its , patrons. j The right of the people to -affile 1 I and state their grievances is qualified jby the declaration that their m nffiling ! , must be peaceable. To-deny the right! of the people peaceably to assemble ior j a purpose of that kind could not be tol ! orated for a moment. But a meeting ni which violently incendiary addresses are delivered and which is followed by burning a judge in effigy, is not char- I acterized by that peaceablene s which j is requisite to bring a meeting witlqn I ho limits of constitutional light. A lot of people with crudely formed theories of political philosophy would ! destroy all popular respect for the i courts. They may think the Seattle I meeting was altogether proper. They may bo disposed to applaud it. for cer i tainly meetings of that sort have a ten ! dency follower the respect which the [ public Ins for the judiciary. I'ut views jof that kind f;.il t<»'iq« ;; .• .vhole j scope of what respect for the- jtidioiary , means and what it signifies, «. specially in a democracy or a republic. An independent judiciary is the hoi* lof liberty. Whether an individual ! judge or his ruling in a particular case ihe entitled to respect or not, the fact remained that maintenance of respect | for the judiciary a branch of the | government is essential to the preserva tiqn of the only sanctuary of liberty in times of tyranny and oppression. Peo ! pie may readily see how an independent judiciary might boa bulwark against j oppression exercised by a single tyran ; nical ruler, ju ;t as a ser\ ilo judge might be the most potent instrument of any ia tlio hands of such a tyrant.. put, ! while seeing this they may be slow to . recognize that an independent judiciary may bo just as needful a ablet or against the tyranny and oppression of the popu ; lace. The only thing to prevent an in dividual tyrant from interfering with a just and imlej*endent judge may be | his own lack of power. But that alone which can restrain tho multitude is I respect. So long as courts are fearless | they will administer the law in accord , ance with the principles of justice, pro- I tecting the innocent and the oppressed | however many may be their enemies, j however vindictive the hostility of pub- I lie sentiment. But the rulings and I decrees of such a judge will be power | less in the end, unless there remains in ii\e public mind that r.spect for the ! courts which is undermined by meet ings like the one held iu Seattle, j In all cases it is bettor to wait patient | ly for the end of a matter than by vio ! lence to overturn the rulings of a court. 1 If Judge llanford was wrong in issuing ; ihe injunction against which the mass meeting protested in so unruly away, I his action was still subject to reversal iby a higher court. If, on the other i hand, his action shall be sustained, it i will be tho dut}* of the people to submit. ■ It " as all a question whether the stieet car company flail a light to collect two : fares for transporting passengers a cer i tain distance. That was clearly a mat j ter to be settled by judicial decision, i It was in connection with it that the injunction was issued compelling pas sengers to pay the additional fare, but allowing them to demand a receipt for every fare so paid. It would be absurd to say that because of an injunction of this kind issued in a case of this nature, the judge could with propriety be either denounced in a mass meeting or burned in efligy.—So lee t od. NOTICE OF CONTEST. Department cf the Interior. . ! v U. S. Land Office. Denver, Colo, j August 1, 1011.1 To Oscar L. Smithy of "Walden, Colo-j rado, contestee: j You are hereby notified .that 1 J Russell C. McCullough who gives Wa ! ! den, Colorado, as his post-office ad- I dregs', did on July 33) 1911, file in Ihi ! joffice Lisduly corroborated applica-! tion to contest and secure the can-! I cellation of your homestead, entry’ Xo. 01487, serial No. 010487 made So i ] tember 3, 1909, for SVVh section 7, j I township S X., range 79 W, 6th Prin.! I meridian, and as grounds for his 1 j contest bo alleges that said entryman has abandoned the land, has removed' himself and family to some other state, and has been absent from said ■ j land for ten or eleven months; You are therefore further notified, j that the said allegations will be take | jby this office as having been con-; j fessed by you, and your said entry will be canceled thereunder without yourj i further right to he heard therein.eith-: | cr before this office or on appeal, if j you fail to file in this office within j twenty days after the FOURTH pub-1 lication of this notice, as shown be low, your answer, under oath, spe cifically meeting and responding to ( these allegations of contest, or if you! j fail within that time to file in this of | fice dueproof that you have served! a copy of your answer on the con-! testant either in person or by regis-i tered mail. If this service is made 1 by the delivery of a copy of your an- : swer to the contestant in person, proof of such service must be either! the said contestant's written acfcnowl; i edgment of his receipt of the copy, I showing the date of its receipt, or j the affidavit of the person by whom the delivery was made slating when! and where the copy was delivered; if by registered mail, proof of such service must consist of tho affidavit; j of the person by whom the copy was mailed stating when arul Ihe post’ office to which it was mailed, and this affidavit must be accompanied by the postmaster’s receipt for the letter. v You should state in your answer, the name of the post office to which you desire further notices to be sent! to you. C. D. FORD, Register. 1 # 4* Cattle and Horses Sold List Your Ranches and On Commission Cattle With Us. q BLEVINS - WINSCOM CO. * REAL ESTATE AGENTS .. • MOXTIE BLEVINS ( HAS. L. P. WINSCOM *s* Room 4 Mosmun Blk. Walden, Jackson Co. 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