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THE new era.
Ordway, Colo.. Mach 14, 1902 i
$1.50 per Year in Advance 1
For 'insurance and real estate Dow
ney Brea, will lit you out all right.
W. A. Mattox, of theJohrt Dscre Co
wlll try a Dice Plow Monday, on Sjo.
23, just south of town. Allure invit
ed to attend th i trial.
We call attention to the large ad of
the Downey Bros. They have added a
stock of implement* to their allready
extensive bußiiic*-*. They are energet
ic young men, and deserve the *uc
essthey are meeting with. t
J. B. Kitchen, or Rjeky Ford, i* con
tracting for building, lie I* loreniun
of Ifye Rocky Ford Homestead of the
Brotherhood of American Yeomen, and
IsdcMiroys of organizing a Hotnstc-d
in Ordway. All persons desirous of
joining a reliable benellciary society,
should sec Mr. Kitchen, an J he will
give them full particulars.
Downey Bros, handle a line of John
Deere implements. There's none bet
ter. Go see them and be convinced.
The Ordway Bee Keepers Associa
tion met at the church last Saturday
afternoon. A full attendance wa* on
hand and the subject of foul broed,
black brood and pickled brood was
fully discussed. After the evidence
was gfren it was decided that oar Co.
should have more thorough inspection,
as manr bees were being brought in
from infected districts. There was
much testimony showing that contagc
ous diseases already existed in our
county. Good inspestion will injure
no one and bench i all. Why not then
demand it? A resolution was passed
unanimously urging our county court
to secure thorough work: if our present
inspector cannot give tun: to do it,
have some one appointed that wou'd
devote the necessary time. Mr. Leh
man, of Rocky Ford, recommended as
a thorough bee man, would (111 the
office very satisfactorily to our people.
Next meeting will be at the church,
Saturday afternoon, M irch, 22. All
are invite.d Secretary.
You should call on Downey Bros. '
and inspect their line of implements.
Church .Notices.
Services for Sunday, March, 10, will
be as follows, —
Sunday School, 10 a. tn.
Preaching, by the pastor, 11 a. m.
Kp worth League, 7:15 p. tn.
Preaching, 8 p. m. '
Mid-week prayer meeting on Wed
ticday evening, 8 o'clock.
It i. expected that Preiiding li'dtr
Harris will be her.- tor tre third Qrat
terley Meeting and Con er.nc?, on
Saturday and Sttlday, Men , 22. and
"'I. He will preach preach and hold
Quarterly Conference on Saturday
evening, service, begiuulng at S p. ni.
.harp, then will preach Sundry at II
a. m. and hold communion service.
The collection for the Eider, claim
will be taken tin Sunday nt irnlnf, bi
prepared to pay your eubacrlptlon.
The Suutluy School Is preparing for
a special program, Easter, further an
nouncements later.
We are glad to note the good attend
euce of the youag people at the Sun
day evaulny services. Thl. is as it
should be.
There are qalte a natnVr of siring- .
era la our midst. We hope that th i pa- ,
tro;a, of the ehare'i will get a;;ntiu
ed with theta aad m»k> them at non e
among us. i
A’good live newspaper in a com nun- I
Ity |« a goad thing. We have th.t, now I
let fa, ah>w that Wj appreciate it, by i
giving it a hearty supper:. We are
glad to wrtomns Mr. It mart and hie
family to cur mldet.
.■V '.'.Vifi.".Vi , 4 ULm, 1 '•
0 ill on Dairncy Bros, far, flour, feed,
coal, Ac.
C. (1 Chapman, of Rocky Ford, wax
in the city this week.
Mr. Helm has ju*t completed a large (
hue residence north of town.
W. W. Griffin him hia new house well
nearing completion.
J. A. Trotter bought Ernest Down
ey’* ranch last Saturday.
All kind* of implement repairs at i
Downey Bros.
Chas. Overstreet is assisting Mr. W. 1
W. Gridin wi h his new house.
Mr. Allen, of the luml ofilce, made a
trip to Fucblo last Tuesday.
E. R. Cook, of Rocky Ford, i« hero
j putting in a full lire of implement*.
* l)r. K. IS. Gridin in fast pushing h's '
; new drugstore building to c nnpletion. i
11. E. Green ha** the foundation for
hU n;w general store bu'ld J ng s’artcd.
You will Und the Docring Mowers,
Binders and K.«kc* at Downey Bros. I
Mr. Geo. Bha*.ts has built a large ad- 1
dition to ilia residence, north west of |
J. J. Traynor ban returned ftom Ar
apahoe Co. with a line bunch of draft
Our hand hoy* will furnish open air
concert*, this summer, till you can't
Seed a copy of the. New Era, to your ,
friends in the east and they will
to see you.
Clydu Field has given himself more
room ih his blacksuiithahop by a 12
fobt addition.
Ah x Gray lost a fine stallion Inst
TucsJry morning. The iuu*c could
not be ascertained.
Judge Damron, of La Jtin'a, was
here to confer with the city father* I
last Monday night.
Or*!way hr* a neat and comfor’able
Methodist church, in which service*
arc held every Sund iy. There is also
a Sunday School. Epwortli League
and Ladies Aid Society, all in prosper '
ous condition. i
ftl'.owiiHf rd'ows the giant
strides by a Little Giant: Member* in
: ,od standing. 2N,oofi: Insurance in i
.<rce, S-I2.dOO.tKM; Reserve, I15l)0u; I
Losses Paid. SI00,000; Such i* the re- j
cord of the Brotherhood of American i
Yeomen, now live year* old.
Downey Bro*., A* Green will remodel *
what is known a* the "Karra Hall," 1
making it forty eight feet wide by fif- !
ty feet long and two stories high.
That will give two good sized store
rooms on the ground and a large hall 1
above. The hall will add materially *
to the town, for all purpose*. Geo.
Canfield has the contract for doing
the work.
The Brotherhood of American Yeo
menry which Mr. Kitchen is desirous 1
of starting in Ordway, has an decider.! 1
feature in connection with It. The 1
following is what .1 $2,000 certificate
pay*- t
1, Cash at death S 2.000; 2 Cash for J
loss of hand 500; 3, Cash for loss of a ‘
foot SSOO. 4, Cash for loss of e>e $500;
.5, Cash for broken arm $200: <l, Cash
for broken leg 5200; 7, Cash for total
disability $1,000; 8, Cash each year fof t
age disability. 70th birthday $200: |
With a graded assessment rate and t
reserve fund plan which practically
guarantees no double assessment.
The OrdWay Alfalfa Band.
W. W. Grinin Solo Cornet, Leader, i
J.P. Shirley Solo Cornet. c
Ernest Bigford, Ist. Cornet. a
Paul Burr, 2nd. cornet.
Joe Gaycty. Solo Alto. (
F. J. King, Ist.Alto. i
Roy Smuity, 2nd. Alto.
Win. Walters, Slide Trombone. j
Chas. Vogcn. 2nd. Tenor.
E. W. Downey, Baritone.
Cha*. Overstreet. B B Bass. ,
M. D. Gaycty, Clarinet.
Clyde Field,Tubs.
Vlvon S'lirlcy, S«4e Drum.
J. A. iTorU. Bas* Drum.
Herein is ineorp iruted one oft lie ad
vancing feature* of Ordway and the
surrounding country, shown by the
progress made s'ttce the organ"/.atlon.
The bojs are nil working together for <
the practical beuefilsa band always <
has in store for its members and for a
town that is ab et« u ipr® a ff ood an<l
entertaining baud or iuu»ician».
A concert will be given in the n ar :
future. Band practice ou Tu-aday
•ad Friday night«.
Everything in the implement line at
E. R. Cooks, Ordway. __
Send the New Era to your friends.
Let them *ec what U-*' ing ou here.
K* M. Case was up Irma the farm
Tuesday, and mad? the New Era a call.
J. C. Howard, of Trenton Mv. has
purchased a tract of land *outh of
Dont forget the Canton plow. It
scour* where others full, cali at E. R.
Cooks, Ordway.
James D. Knox, of Manxanola. was
tr*u»;utiug bu*lnc*s iu Ordway thi*
If you want a good wagon, remem
ber ihat Downey Bro*. hamlte the
Bain and Htudebakir
The city election is near at hand,
and the question of filling the various
ofiiccs wi.l soon be under discussion.
! K. R Cook, of Rocky Ford, has his
implement house hereabout c mu pie ted.
Wo have a lull line of implements.
! One of the need* cf Ordway is a
bank, and the sooner some one starts
I it, the better it will be for the owner.
Bush and family, of Man/.an
ola.caine over last Thursday for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Griffin.
Virgil Case came up from the farm
yr sterday, aud is helping out on the
New Era. Mis assistance is greatly
Mr. Geo. .Icckingcr and his two son*,
of Fucblo Colo., came down last Thur.
to visit with Mr. and Mr*. Geo. Can
fi -Id and family.
11. M. Robert* ha* a tract of
.and in the north pa.it of town and ha*
built a largo addition to the house al
ready ou the place.
C. W. Fravel, the blacksmith from
Sugar City, has openrd a shop here.
! Me also moved hi* hoiue from Sugar
j City, and enlarged it.
! Considerable lumber iseeing haul
ed out from our yard here, indicating
that the country around Ordway i* im
proving wit- 1 the town.
A bam belonging to John Sclileus-
living northeast of town, was tie
stroyedby fire about Bo'clock last night.
We have not learned j pirticulaiM*
The city has purchased, of Fair
banks, Morse & Co., of Denver, a four
horse power gasoline engine, for the
artesian well. They expect to have it
running next week.
W. W. Basye, of Kanta* City Mo.,
and W. M. Gordon, of Clay County.
Kansas, purchased blocks, two and
nine, in this city, last Tuesday.
It i* reported that three of our most
popular bachelor* have denouncced
single blessedness and will endeavor to
be onc-half, instead of one, within
the next three month*.
We have ordered a stock of paper, en
velopes, &c., and will soon be able to
furnish our patrons with good priting
at reasonable prices. Dont forget us
when you want printing.
Quite a number of new comers are
camping and baching around town*
A scarcity of house room is not a theo
ry but an actual fact, of the hardest
kind. Build more houses.
A. K. Wilkins, who was so badly hurt
by a runaway, a couple of weeks ago.
is getting along uery nicely He is at
the hotel and is being nursed by his
A branch house of the Peoples Dry
goods, Clothing, and Shoe Store, of
Sugar City, has been established here
thi* week. Mr. Goetz, the managei,
expects to make this his future home
and has moved his family to this City.
for the
per year
in advance.
And SHOE STORE, ol Sugar Gitu, Colo.
Beg to announce to our
patrons and the public in
general,thatwewill open
a branch store in Ordway
in B. E. Green’s building,
SIM Match 1511, 1902,
With a full line of
Dry Goods , Clothing , Hats, Gloves
These Roods will he sold at very reasonable prices. Trust
ing you will patronize home trade for your own benefit as
well as ours. We remain yours, very respectfully,
People’s Dry Goods & Shoe Store
l*rof. duller tii*e* leruln Cli»rMt«r*
I lira by tt lilch to Jadff* ■ M»n.
Any ono ran tell a gentleman by
looking at his back, but it takes clc£o
observation to discover by cursory ex
amination whether a man in educated ■
or not. By education we do not mean j
merely the fact that a man ha* gone
through a high school or a college and
made the motion of receiving an edu
cation. But we refer to that training
of the mind which receives and grasps
.'acts and understands them in the light
of past wisdom.
Professor Nicholas Murray Butler of
Columbia University. New York, bas
given five tules ty which any one may
tell an educated man.
First. Is tho corrccftess with which
ho uses his mother tongue and the pre
cision of his idiom. The educated man
moves eurriy aiinr/ngrttK* worrra or b’dXT
on, Roman and Greek origin as among
old friends.
Second. Is tho man's manners. Not
the veneer that may be put cn or o!T
as occasion serves, but tho genuine
habit of the tnan himself.
Third, Is tho power of reflection.
Given an Idea, the educated tnan will
throw t:pon the subject tho light of a
number of corelated facts that are com
pletely beyond the power and ability of
the uneducated.
Fourth. 13 the power to grow. Un
educated minds cer.se to develop at a
certain point. They become uon-rc
Fifth. Is tho ability to do. Rctirc
rront from tho world and contempla
tion are no longer signs of education
and enllghtonracnt. Tho modern man
of education must accomplish things.
Going to lotrodnca Monkoyi m
Farm Hands In tho South.
Paul Kuntz, a Chicago man. who has :
extensive interests In the south, is
now In Arkansas with a party of
northern capitalists, has a plan for the
solution of tho labor problem In the
south. The remedy, says Mr. Kuntz,
lies in the substitution of monkeys
for the negro.
Thus far Mr. Kuntz's plans only look
to the replacing of the negro by a
monkey In the cotton-picking season.
Ho says he knows monkeys and their
capacities, and Is confident that they
can be so trained as to mako the
most ofllcient kind of cotton-pickers.
They can not cnly pick as well, as the
negro, but they can pick twice as much
In a given time. There arc other ad
vantages attendant upon their em
ployment. Ono Is that they will not
demand wages, and this item will bo
an Immense advantage to the planter.
Neither will they form labor unions,
and the union principle that is gaining
a foothold among the negroes Is not
encouraged on the big plantations.
Mr. Kuntz derives his knowledge of
monkeys from observation of them in
Africa, of which country he Is a na
tive. He is so well satisfied that they
can bo trained to do the work in the
cotton fields that he now has a large
consignment of them on the way from
that country, which he proposes to
employ on a cotton plantation which
he owns. H® says that his experience
has demonstrated to hts satisfaction
that the ’aonkey can be trained to
perform any kind of manual labor re
quiring skill and application. Tho
work must not be too laborious, as the
monkey has not the strength requisite
tor heavy labor.
' Growth of llio Fnc:i«h T.an;nnt-o.
J To give tome id .of the treraenrioun
| growth of the English lcuguag it miry
be mentioned that the words ami
I phrases under the letter "A" hnvp i :
j creased in fifty years frem 7,000 t/>
'nearly CO.OOO. Intelligent persons, « v t
tbOf engaged in J:c learned pro ft:
slon.;. do not made use of morn ih..:;
G. 00»» to 8.000 v.vrd. . all told, altbe. r.i
there are p?opt rly belonging to o ir
language over 2 ,o.'j;o.
Tin* Pulnr* • f Mi iiil
Ebons mi bids fai* to bc-cme tiio
great half-way Ir.ur-a b, tween tl*<-
east and west, tl: lermhuis Eastward
of the European llnea ..nd the west
ward of the transj at il»<\ •
One hat often lo draw upon ho Im
agination even in a ixrlouß '‘realm.’* —
.•‘Cor.fejssions of a < arleauiriat.*'
-• 7t»*•". '* ’ > - s
modesty pretends to.
E\’erythinß in my line lirst
Arlcssian water. Hot and Cold
Baths. W. W. GRIFFIN. ITnpr.
Hugh McDcrmid,
Livery and Feed Stable
Good Rlrs and careful dri
vers at all times.
Wm. Edgar ,
Drugs, Medicines, Stationery
And Toilet Articles.
A full line of choice cigars.
Jol)o Luttig,
Harness repairing of all
kinds neatly done on short
House, Sist\ & Carriafie Painter
Paper hanger and decora
tor. Call and see samples of
wall paper.
The Ordway Restaurant
For a good meal or lunch.
Open at all hours. Handles
fresh bread, pics, buns, cakes
and fresh fruit
The Reliable
Painter, Paper Hanger and
A share of your piitronuge solicited.
Inquire at. Dr. Grit fin's drug store,
Ordway, Colo.
Contractor and Builder.
Satisfaction guaranteed.

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