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The JOHNSON HOTEL J. F. Johnson = = = = = Proprietor. EUROPEAN PLAN j* j* j* LARAMIE, WYOMING. Eastman Kodak Supplies. Fishing Tackle. A. H. CORDINER DRUG STORE —3ll, 2nd St., ' Laramie :::::: Wyoming. DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. r -The Elk Horn Stables F. 0. FRAZER, Proprietor. TtaSShsif Laramie, Wyoming. The James Peak HOTEL Mrs. C. H. Nuckolls, Propr AAAAAAAAAAd\AAAA/ A A Table Supplied with the Best. Special accommodations for women and children. Granby, Colorado. THE ONLY DOUBLE-TRACK RAILWAY BETWEEN THE MISSOURI RIVER AND CHICAGO. CHICAeJIP' ST. PAUL W MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY From Denver via the CHICAGO, UNION PACIFIC AND NORTH-WESTERN LINE. Buffet-smoking cars, Pullman drawing-room and tourist sleeping cars, free reclining chair cars and dining cars. Fast and con venient schedules. Complete and luxurious service. C.iM on any tickot agent for further particulars. Illustrated booklets, maps and full information can be had by addressing General Agent, Chicago & North-Vv'cstern, 801 17th Street, Denver, or 206 South Main Street, Salt Lake City. 4A W. B. KNISKERN, PAUINAth TRAFFIC MANAOCR, CHICAGO, ILL. Job Work? Call at The New Era Office. We do all kinds THE NEW ERA Published by THE NEW ERA PRINT ING and PUBLISHING CO. MARK CRAWFORD, Editor and Manager. A Republican newspaper devoted to the interests of Walden and the North Park. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ouo Year $2.00 , Six Months 1.00 Three Months .50 Advertising rates given on application. PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY. Entered as second-class matter March 9, 1006, at the post office at Walden, Col orado, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. An Old Timer. Sid Lawrenco, who drives the Lara mie end of the Laramie-Walden stage line, making the trip from Laramie to Woods Landing, a distance of 27 miles, and return has been on tho route for thirteen years straight. A record such |as his needs no comment. A man who I can put in thirteen years in one position, and especially that of driving a stage through all kinds of weather, across the Laramie Plains, where the wind blows 100 days out of tho year —sometimes with a speed and force that turns over wag ons, miles of barbed wire fence, etc. —is deserving of more credit than a \>eu is sufficiently eloquent to portray. Mr. Lawrence is an old-timer. He made his advent into this country be fore the writer saw the light of day, and has been through several Indian out breaks in the early days. Since he started driving stago, the line has changed hands several times, but , Sid is always ou deck, for a more con scientious or capable man never lived, and the ride from here to Laramie would net seem natural with anyone else in tho driver’s seat on his route. Roads Were Obliterated. On Monday Have Semple, who drives the stage from Walden to Hebron and Spicer, camped ou the tlats this side of Eli Peterson’s for several hours, because of the storm. After leaving Spicer on his way home the storm grew so fierce that the horses got off the road and ran into a telephone post. Mr. Semple tied the animals to the pdle, blanketed them and waited until tho at mosphere cleared up somewhat, getting in to Walden about 2 o’clock in the morning. Wm. Huntington, the Higho stage driver, staated out with tho mail for that section Tuesday, but got off the road, and after putting iu some time trying to find out just where ho was, managed to got back to town, and wait ed for better weather. Wm. McLucas, wh 0 is haul i ng coa I lom the Riacli coal bank, has been stay ing iu town this week. Wednesday morning Bill started for Cowdrey with four horses, intending to got a sled at that place, to use in hauling coal, but shortly after leaving town two of his horses became sick from some unknown cause and he turned around to come hack to \\ alden. Before he got in town to town another horse in tho team was taken sick,and he was jmst able to get in- The character of the sickness is not known, and tho stale vetiuarian is expected in shortly from Denver, to de tnnuino tho cause. The Undersigned is prepared to do anything in the line of well digging, re pairing, stone work or assessment work that anyone may wish done. A. Mclntyre. MOTOR CAR ETIQUETTE. If you have been persuaded to pur chase a copy of “Rules of the Hoad," throw It away; there are no rules for motorists. If a village constable stands in the roT.d, watch in hand, head your ma j -hine at the watch. A correct aim destroys evidence. No matter how well you can run jour car, always keep a chauffeur in your pay; courtrooms and country jails are stuffy places. If anything disagreeable happens iay it to the chauffeur; if he is a bit?- i ger man than jou, ii is permissible tc j do this behind liis back. i Notice for Publication. Desert Land Proof. Department of the Interior, ) United States Laud Office. - Jan. 20, 1907 ) Notice is hereby given that Mary A. Kimmons, of Fort Colling, Colorado, has filed notice of intention to make proof on her desert-land claim No. 489 for the Si NEi, and E* SW*. and SE* Sec. 35, Tp. 8 N., R 78 W. 6th P. M., containing 320 acres, before Harry H. Hartman, Clerk of the District Court, at his office at Fort Collins,Colorado, on Wednesday, the 3rd day of April, 1907. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and recla mation of said land: Charles L. P. Win scorn, S. P. Cardon, John Kimmons, of Walden, Colorado; John Connors, of Fort Collins, Colorado. C. D. Ford, Register. (1st Pub. Jan. 31; last Pub. March 7.) No tice for Publication. Department of the Interior, ) Laud Office at Denver, Colo. J- Jan. 5, 1907. ) Notice is hereby given that Frank W Smith, of Walden, Colo., has filed notice of his intention to make final 7 year proof in support of his claim, viz: Home stead Entry No. 19553, made Feb.5.1900 for the NEi NW*. W* NEJ, NW* SEj Sec. 33, Tp. 8 N., Range 77 W., and that said proof will be made before William O. Mosman, at his office, Walden, Colo., on March 13, 1907. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Albert L. Fox, Florence E. Fox. Al bert Brad field, and John Connors, all of Walden, Colo. C. D. Ford, Register. (1st Pub. Jan. 10; Last Pub. Fob. 14 ) Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, ) Land office at Denver, Colo. f- Jan. 5, 1907. ) Notice is hereby given that Patrick Martin, of Grand County, Colorado, has filed notice of his intention to make final Homestead proof in support of his claim, *iz: Homestead Entry No. 871, made March 17, 1891, for the 8W± of Sec. 35, Tp. 5, N. R, 82 W. of the 6th P. M., and that said proof will he made before the U. S. Commissioner, at his offiice at Hot Sulphur Springs, Grand County, Colora do, on March 13, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, the laud, viz: Emil Schlumpf, James Thompson, of Kremmling, Colo., W. W. Hall, Mark Fletcher, of Martin Po. Colo. C. D. Ford, Register. (1st Pub. Jan. 31; Last Pub. Mar. 7.) Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, ) I .and Offico at Denver, Colo. [- Jan. 5, 1907. ) Notice is hereby given that Victor Hanson, of Higho, Colo., has filed notice of his inteution to make final 7 year proof in support of his claim,viz: Home stead Entry No. 19510 made January 2, 1900, for the SEJ NW*. N* SW± and SW±SW*. Sec. 9, Tp. 0 N. t Range 80 W. •and that said proof will ho made before William O. Mosman, U. S. Commission er, at bis office Walden, Colo., on March 13, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon j and cultivation of, the land, viz: j Jacob Johnson and Elmer Hammond, I of Walden, Colo.; Edward A. Watton burg and Charles Borgquist. of Higho, Colo. - C. D. Ford, Register. (1st Pub. Jan. 10: Last Pul). Feb. 14.) WALTER L.SNAIR, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. j* o* Walden, Colorado P. W. FISCHER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. o* o* Walden Colorado 1 DES/COy Port Collin’s Progressive Clothiers. i 155 Linden St. W. 0. MOSMAN, L’. S. COMMISSIONER. WK E DAYS: Mondiiy and Si-, irduy of each week. ’.OASIS - REAL ESTATE Walden, Colorado. J f Keep Your Trade in 1 COLORADO Hardware, John Deere Implements, Dain Hay Tools, Aermotor Windmills, ) Wood and Steel Tanks,Paints, I Stoves, Ranges, Pumps Refrigerators. American Fence. Studebaker T—\ , John Deere riffQfQftPC Moon Bros. 1-,U SS IW * Winona, Bain W agOflS, When you come to Collins give us a call. [ The P. ANDERSON I I Mercantile Co., Incorporated j B FORT COLLINS, WELLINGTON, I I Phone Collins 41. Phone Wellington 30. I » - ' =» EslieWynn, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Confectionery, Stationery, Novelties. Walden, dorado. » ■ -i‘ LIVERY and FEED STABLE H. Loucks, Proprietor. jtj « jtjt Fine teams. Good Rigs, and Saddle Horses. Excellent Accomodations for Transient Stock. I Headquarters for Granby Stage Line. WALDEN. COLORADO. * JOE BLACK’S Thirst Parlors j Handle best of Liquors and Cigars *£ I Old HARPER WHISKEY a Specialty. I This Place is Headquarters for most Everyone. Joe Black, Propr. Investments. Stocks, Mines, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance. Correspondence Solicited. i _ . W. A. Stoddard, LARAMIE, WYOMING.