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Published by THE NEW ERA PRINT
Editor and Manager.
A Republican newspai»or devoted to the
n!r< of "Walden and the North Park.
One Year §2.00
Six Months 1.00
Three Months .50
Advertising rates given on application.
Entered as second-class matter March
!), 1000. at the post office at Walden, Col
orado. under Act of Congress of March
11. 1879.
What Constitutes Success?
‘J !c ha* achieved success who has liv
ed well laughed often, and loved much;
why lias gained the respect of intelligent
na n and the love of little children; who
has filled his niche and accondished his
• ask «hoha 11 ft the world bettor than
he found it, whether by an improved
poppy,a perfect poem, ora rescued soul:
who has never lacked appreciation of
earth s beaut y or failed to express it :who
Ims always looked for the best in others
and given tiro best bo had : whoso life was
an inspiration - whose memory a bonedi
tion.”—Mrs. A. J Stanley.
A. L. Fox was in the city Monday.
.be i ’oyfce was in from Spicer Tuesday.
J. I). Hunter was up from Cowdrey
Frank Darcy was in town Tuesday to
consult Dr. Fischer.
Mrs. Tom Hunter was in the city yes
t. rday from (‘owdrey.
Wm. iver. ami son Bruce Weio ill
Wednesday from tbo Canadian.
Mrs. T. It. Cochrane iagain able to
he up after several weeks illness.
W. If. Motiohan was in town shaking
Linds with Waldenites Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Sudduth and little
daughter we.it*. in tho city yesterday.
Coolest, lightest
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A ■ v,r"
L -j. '*■•<**,i -v
I*' bends with V"
r the foot' v
I . I rdcr on the feet in
• r.ic-r tban the drawing and burn-
CM id; o!• .. The sole of the
Red Cross
though of regulation thickness is
jlexii-ie ; it: giv the foot the pro
tection and ipport it must have
and bends wit 1. it.
i . K c«\ Ci-om is from one to
tlircc o', n ; iiglitcr limn the ordi
nary still’ ■' duv;; it entirely pre
vents tl. • burning and drawing that
stifY soles cause.
with thu/ctt'*
The tenderest feet are comforta
ble in the Red Cross.
Let us jit you
Oxfords. $8.50 • High Shoes, $-1.00.
Aiso' the well known and Time
tested Walk-Over Shoes for sale
Mr. ami Mrs C. P. Sayles, Carl and
Minnie, and Mable Hayes were in Satur
Miss Ruth Kiddle has become an in •
portant factor in the publication of the
New Era.
Because of the stormy weather Sun
day, Church services were not held at
Jack Smith is once more on the street
after a hard strugglo with inflammatory
Chas. Emeigh came in from his Owl
ranch Thursday evening last, returning
Friday morning.
Rev. Trowbridge will hold preaching
services at, tho Higho school house on
Sunday, June 23, at 2:30 o’clock.
A 11. Law s[>ent several days at the
ranch of M. R. Matthews last week sur -
veying a ditch and running laterals.
The Grippe seems to have given the
Park a pretty hard run. Every other
person is sick with it or just recovering.
A1 Randall, who has been employed
in H. Loucks’ Livery Stable the past two
months has left for tho Coyte Ranch to
Mr. McCormick, of Elgin 111., came
in today and will spend the summer at
tho ranch home of Mr. and Mrs. 1) F.
Mr. and Mrs. W. (J. Mellon wore in
from Hebron Sunday. Mrs. Mellon re
membered the “Era Force” with some
fresh ran oh eggs.
Mrs. Wm. McConnaughey was in town
Wednesday to meet her niece, Mrs. Sin
gleton, who with her family just arrived
from Kansas for a visit.
Harry Green, foreman for the G. \N .
Linger Cattle Co., is having a telephone
line built from the homo ranch to con
nect with the Walden exchange.
Prof. C. W. Preston and his sister,
Miss Florence Preston, came in Friday
evening and s|»ent Saturday and Sunday
with Rev. and Mrs. Trowbridge.
The prices of Chase and Sanborn
coffees range from 20 to 40 cents per
pound, For sale by,
The Walden Mercantile Co
A little daughter arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. Herbert Hill Monday
morning. Dr. Snair is in attendance
and reports mother and baby doing well.
T. R. Cochrane.
We are the sole agents for Chase and
Sanborn’s high g.iade teas and cotfeos.
Walden Mercantile Co,
Agnes, the five year old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Law, suffered a
green stick fracture of her leU arm Fri
day afternoon. Dr. Fischer is taking
care of the fracture.
Rev. ami Mrs. Trowbridge and daugh- j
ter Beatrice left today for Ilebron, ;
where they will visit the homes of Mr. j
and Mrs. Van Patton and Mr. and Mrs. J
James McFarlane Sr.
Dr. Snair released Mr. and Mrs Fred
Wyatt and Irvin Brands from quaran
tine Tuesday. lie reports tho other!
members of the family doing nicely un
der the care of Dr. Fischer.
• . i
For lines, pole straps, breast straps, j
quarter straps, belly hands, spreader |
straps, harness straps, lazy straps, halt
ers bridles, snaps, cockeyes all sizes and j
kinds, shoe half soling, rubber heels,etc
call on.
Owing to tho quarantine of Scarlet i
fever in that section, services have been j
ommitted during the past two months,
much to the regret of the pastor but he j
hopes to make up for lost time in the
For Sale — Two horse Spaulding rig,
double seated with top, used very little. !
Also two span well broke horses and i
two sets work harness. Apply to J. M. I
j The L. A. P. S. met with Mrs. Trow !
j bridge Tuesday instead of Wednesday j
.is Rev. and Mrs. Trowbridge left that |
afternoon for Spicer for a few days vis- ;
it with the people of that place.
Wants to Lease Ranch.— 1 will lease |
my ranch to the right party on very reas
onable terms. Will sell horses or party i
can furnish his own stock. Bunch of
first class milch cows for sale.
A. L. Fox
5-6-tf. Walden Colo
C. S. Hatch, of Pearl, came in Satur- |
day on his way to Laramie after a load
of supplies for Hans Clausen and him
self. “Dad” ns he is familiarly known
is one of the worlds whole souled, and is
always a welcome visitor.
Miss Elioso and Margie Mosmnn left
on this mornings stage for Ft. Collins
where they will visit their grandparents
Mr.and Mrs.Pickens for a time. Mr.
and Mrs. Pickens expect to visit the
Park later in the summer and tho girls
will return with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Donelson came in
from Rand Wennesday to meet the new
traction engine which Mr. Donelson ex
pects to use for plowing. The engine is
stalled near the Brownlee ranch because
of the breaking of some part of the ma
I Among those in for tho .Stock Growers'
mooting Saturday afternoon .were, H. C.
Chodsey, Vio Hanson, Wm. and Andrew
Norell, Andrew and Eli Peterson, Wm.
McConnaughey, Geo.and C. E. Davis,J.
T. Shippey, C. C- Fliniau, Thoa. Vils, Ous
Anderson, Jas. Marr, C. P. Sayles, Jas
Taylor and Forest Ranger Hurd.
Wm. Xorrell, who was in for the Stock
Growers’ meeting Saturday, purchased
a cream separator from the creamery
and took a cream can out to tho ranch.
He expects to bring in his first cream for
the creamery Saturday. Mr. Norrell
spoke very enthusiastically over the out
look for the creamery and the good work
it was doing.
Joe Graham left the first of the week
for Middle Park, where he is in charge
of tho cattle interests of North Park.
Ho says they now have some 3,000 head
of Park cattle grazing in that section.
Joe is conceded the best all* around cat
tleman in the country and tho stock
growers place implicit confidence in his
ability to take care of the stock.
Card of Thanks.
To the friends and neighbors who so
kindly assisted us in the illness and
death of our beloved son and brother, we
wish to extend our most heartfelt thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKenzie
and Family.
Harness! Harness!
I have bought tho harness and shoe
repairing outfit of Ned Norris and am
back at the old stand whore J am pre
pared to do all kinds of repairing on
short notice. If you want anything
made come to see me. Prices reason
able and satisfaction guaranteed.
1 also have on hand a line of new har
ness and all the fixtures that go with
harness. Come in and look them over
and get prices. If you want anything
in leather come in to see me.
Phono Walden 22 J. 11. Fox.
Do You Need a Stalltion?
C. M. Fifield, the ropresetative of
North & Robinson, of Grand Island, Neb
aska, advises us that he has already dis
posed of four of his Registered Stallions,
that he has had for salo at tho Windsor
Stables at Laramie, and that he has some
good ones left and expects another car
load in a very few days.
Parties in tore res ted, please address
C. M. Fifield, I.a ramie, Wyo.
The Windsor Stables.
When in Laraiuie with your teams,
remember we have the very best accom
odations in tho city. We have the best
hay that money can buy.
If you have any horses to .*ll or want
o buy any let us know.
If you need any second hand spring
wagons or buggies wo have some for
' | sale.
The Windsor Stables Co.
Corner 3rd. and Custer St.
j Sealed bids will be received by the
' I clerk of tho Town of Walden for fur
nishing coal for town use tho ensuing
I year. The Board of Trustees reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
. j M. E. Fliniau,
j 5 0 27. Clerk.
! Absolute |
I Satisfaction! |
| A privilege which +
| you get when you |
| trade with us <£ *£ t
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1 We Handle— I
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"f* Fresh and Cured Meats, Flour and •§•
*f* Feed - Groceries - Hardware *§•
"t* Garden Seeds - Onion Sets j* *f*
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| We are Agents for-
T Tohn ’Deere Plows and Scrapers T
,g. Wagons and Buggies - Seeders I
Hay Tools - Sharpies Cream j,
«f» Separators. 4>
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2 Good Goods at Honest Prices!
Rufsrss’s Notice.
State of Colorado, )
County of Larimer, )
In the Distriet Court. No. 1783.
In the Matter of the Adjudication of
the priorities of right to use of water in
Water District No. 47, Division No. 1, of
the State of Colorado.
To all persons,associations and corpor
ations, interested as owners or consum
ers of water in said district:
You will take notice that the under
signed, aa referee of tho District Court
in the above entitled matter, will hold a
further session for the purpose of taking
additional testimony concerning the
priorities of right of several claimants,
who have heretofore appeared in this
proceeding; and for the purpose of re
ceiving new and additional statements
of claimants of claim for priorities of
right to use of water in said district, and
hearing testimony concerning tke same,
at the Town of Walden, Colorado, on
Monday, the First day.of July, 1907, and
thereafter until all the said testimony
thou oflered shall he heard.
At the close of the taking of such tes
timony, an adjournment will be taken
to Fort Collins, Colorado, on the 15th
day of July, 1907, at which time testi
mony will again be heard in this pro
ceeding in the office of the undersigned.
No. 211 Colorado Building, and said
hearing will continue until all testimony
offered shall have been taken.
Paul W. Lee,
(Ist Pub. June oth: l*u»t Pub. June 27th)
Referee's Notice.
State of Colorado, )
County of Larimer, )
In tho District Court. No. 1784.
In the Matter of the Adjudication of
the priorities of right to the use of water
in Water District No. 40, Division No. 1.
of the State of Colorado.
To all i>ersons, associations and cor
porations, interested as owners or con
sumers of water in said district:
You will take notice that the under-1
signed, as referee of the District Court
in the above entitled matter, will hold a
1 further session for the purpose of taking
additional testimony concerning the
priorities of right of the several claim
ants, who have heretofore appeared in
this proceeding; and for the purpose of
receiving uew and additional statements
of claim for priorities of right to use of
1 water in said district, and hearing testi
mony concerning the same, at the Town
’ of Walden, Colorado, on Monday, the
First day of July, 1907, and thereafter
• until all the said testimhny then offered
shall be heard.
At the close of the taking of such tes
timony, an adjournment will he taken
to Fort Collins, Colorado, on the 15th
day of July, 1907, at which time testi
mony will again be heard in this pro
ceeding in the office of the undersigned,
5 No. 211 Colorado Building,and said hear
ing will continue until all testimony
' offered shall have been taken.
» Paul W. Leo,
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| The RANGE that Speaks for Itself |
Tho *'St©.y Satisfactory" Ra.ng© _V I J \
“Fifteen gallons of waterA Ul
iavs the Monarch man, 1 ‘heat Igjg nv j V*|s
•uukly in the Monarch en- J gjjp J|T || | f \\»
i.ied reservoir. The tank is of I gg y k | U\\
o;;pcr, coated inside with pure 9 -jajW a | !
oloc.k tin. Thecasingsurround- M IPtI l M i fP**—r-Mf*
mg is open at the bottom. No j i
sweat nor drip; no dampercom- ' ' ■ V
plications., It cannot affect the oven if filled with cold water. ”
t Postal Card us for our new booklet, “Hints for Range Buyers or how
to cut kitchen work in two.” It’s worth reading. If you state about how
soon you expect to pure base a range, we will send you Free a Toy Monarch
IRange, 0 inches high, inches wide, 2)4 inches iront to back. Acurt.t-.
(Formerly at St. Louis, 510.' IIIiAVEK l*.l A3, iW
Hardware, Implementsf P aints,
Mills, Pumps, Vehicles & <£
Fort Collins, Colo,
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Laramie and Walden
Leaves and arrives every day except Sundays
Good accommodations and cheap rates. A
direct connection with Denver the same night.
Wc also operate a livery and feed barn in Lar
amie: teams to hay, 75 cents per day.
Trabing Commercial Co., Propr.
H. Loucks, Proprietor.
jtjt j*jt
Fine teams, Good Rigs, and Saddle Horses.
Excellent Accomodations for Transient Stock.
Headquarters for Granby Stage Line.
Cordiner’s Drug Store
3U-2nd Street,,= —■ -Laramie, Wyoming.
Is the Place for Fishing Hackle—
We Carry Everything in this Line. Rods from
35 cents to $15.00.
' Kodaks—lf ii is not an Eastman, it is not a Kodak
We are Agents for the Above Line. tf'
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I'.nM, .Smith, Smith.-ant ami South-
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