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VOLUME 2.
I CANNOT AGREE ith those who I
claim the people of this communty do not appreci
ate good service My success proves the ex
act contrary.
I am not selling out, and agree to meet all com- .
petition, giving quality, weights, and satisfaction
Seeing Is Believing!
I have a complete line of Gent’s
Fur Lined Coats - German Socks -
Overshoes - Hats and Caps - and
Lined Gloves. Also a complete line
of Dry Goods. j* a* a*
See my Xmas Ad
on back page of
Cover.
c. E. MOSMAN.
1 -The i
1 CENTRAL LIVERY AND ?
3FE ED STABEC
* J. C. TIMBREL, Proprietor. f
■s] Good Horses, first class Rigs and reliable driv- r
■si ers. •* Horses Boarded, u* Best of care p
-c taken of Transient Stock. > > > >
J BALED HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE C
j Walden, Colorado. L
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JUST ARRIVED
/
From Tokio, Japan
Fancy Japaneie Cabinets and Filigree Work,
Latest Fad in Fancy Hand Painted Dishes,
An unusual Assortment of Jcwelery, Fancy Silusr ware and Nick
Knacks. Just the Thing for Birthday and Christmas Gifts.
Pills and Plasters as usual at the
North Park Pharmacy.
[ mm JEWELRY HO. i
£ v Louis Miller Manager. J
► DEALERS IN 1
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and J
Optical Goods. Watches, Cloaks and J
** Jewelry left with, our agent, J. H. McKee J
will be promply repaired and warranted. J
* Laramie, Wyoming. 5
THE NEW ERA
In God We Trust; All Others Cash, or Good Security.
WALDEN, COLORADO. DECEMBER 19, 1907.
CALL ISSUED FOR ANNUAL
MEETING OF LIVESTOCK MEN
Denver. Dec. 10. —Numerousquestions
are now being agitated by stockmen
throughout the west, which will come
up for discussion and actiou at the forth
coming meeting of the American Nation
al Live Stock Association in Denver.
The meeing will beheld in the Broadway
theatre of this city. January. 21 and 22
the call having bee issued by President
Murdo MacKenzie aud Secretary T. W.
omlinson
Some familiar topics are to be discuss
ed, including the uttitude of the Nation
al government on forest reserves and
public grazing lands, rail road service
and shortage of livestock oars, foreign
markets for meat products, meat inspec
tion and the cost thereof, etc.
But there are to be some new subjects
tnnt will bring out discussion and un
doubtedly action of some kind by hun
dreds of stoedmon who will attend.
One of them is the problem of fixing a
minimum speed for stock trains. This
follows logically the law already in force
which provides that the railroads must
not keep stock in transmit over 30 hours
at a time. The new legislation to be
brought up is to move the stock at a
certain speed when in transit. This is
deemed necessary to insure getting stock
to market in good time and in good
physical condition.
Another questioq to be discussed wilj
be the transportaiton of live stook atend
ants and refund of fares to parties who
go out to receive live stock actualy con
tracted for. This question has created
no end of trouble reoently. Legislation
in various states directed aganst rail
roads has brought about a certain strict
ness in tiie ujetaapee of transportation
within states, and the new national law,
of course, prohibits the issuance of trans
portation between etates.
What the stockmen now desire is to
have the law amended in some way so
that tne railroads shall furnish them
transportation for parties who go to re
ceive live stock already contracted for.
In some places within states the roads
refuse to do this, and betwuea states the
are restricted by law. The stockmen
takq the position that two trips are uec
essary to close a cattle deal, and the
railroad should bear the oxpence of trav •
el atleast one way.
Thebe and many other questions are
to be discussed jti the meeting. The
financial stringency and its remedy is a
question to be debated upon. The po
sition taken by the packers iu hanmeaing
the market and refusing to pay profi
table prices to the groweru will come up,
and the question as to how' much has act
ualy been accumplished by the packers’
rust for the good of the business through
out the country will be discussed.
GRAND BALL!
GIVEN BY GAMP NO. 382, WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
♦^WwrirmvYYywv*
COMMITTEES
Music: Wm. Rosenbaum, H. E. HoltlreUgo, Park Blevins.
Ticket Window: E. X. Butler. Montip Blevins Jr.
Decoration: J. (J. Timbrel, M. H. i'lininn. Tom Cochrane,
Ruy Riddle
Floor: E. E. Leo, A.«. Maine, Bob Brudfiold
‘Door: D. F. Rumples, M. M. (tides
Music by the Hendrickson Orchestra.
Everybody Invited. Com s Yourselves.
Tickets $l.OO Supper at the Rogers House.
-1-AAAAA AAi/vAAAAA A AAA*f*
—IN THE I. 0. 0. F. HALL, WALOENUZZI
XMAS NIGHT
Leaves Suddenly.
Fort Collins Courier
Al McNeil, a professional gambler who
has made Fort Collins his home for some
thing like a year' pleaded guilty to gam
ling in the county court, late yesterday
and was fined SIOO aud costs. He has
promised to leave the city, hence was
let off with a fine instead of a jail sen
tence.
McNeil ln.s praticed his*‘prof eoaien”
here at intervals and it was difficult to
trap him. Ho was given to understand
that it was a fight to a finish and that,
if he promised to go he would have to
stay away. After a heart to heart talk
with Deputy District Attorney Carlson
McNeil decided to produce the amount
and leave immeodiatly. Carlson is said
to have givon his ultimatum this way:
"Tour like the red flag to a bull in this,
community, McNeil, and you’d better
get out.”
Two local participants in the game in
which McNeil was caught pleaded guilty
and were And. Throe Mexigansare now
in jail serving out a fine. These convic
tionH mark the end of open gambling in
town for the present.
Denver’s Big
Stock Show
\ The week of January 10, will be live
stock week in Denver. In addition to
the stock show the annual convention
of the American National Live Stock
Association will be held aqd the annuall
conuention of the Colorado Cattle and
B&rse GroVers’ Association. These or
ganizations represent thousands of stock
men all over the country and the del
egate will swell the crowd that will at
tend. Already Chicaga livestock inter
ests sre planning a special train load of
stockmen many cf them are coming to
buy the paize cattle nt the show. Kan
sus City, Sr- Joseph and Omaha will all
send special trains filled with stockmen,
aud large delegations will be there from
the Pacific c;<«t. The National Wool
Growers’ will hold its meeting in Helena
the week before the Denver show, but
plans for a special train direct from
Helena to Denver will bo arranged for
Another Attack of his
old Enemy.
Elmer Hammond was taken sick last
Friday night with his old enemy, pneu
monia, and for some time was not ex
pocted to live. About a year ago Nr.
Hammond was very sick with Pneumon
ia but after three weeks illiness recover
ed This being the second attack the will
have a hard time pulling through.
Seriously Hurt.
Harry Holdredge was very seriously
injured at the La Fever saw mill the
latter part of last week. Mr. Holdredge
while lifting a lag Btrained his back
causing him to walk in a stooping posit
ion. His many friends will be glad to
know that he is recovering nicely.
North Park Sick List— Latest
Reports.
John Kimmons is improving very nice
ly from his recent attack of Ixi Grippe.
Mias Pearl Holdredge is very sick at
Sheridan Wyo. with an attack of dip
theria.
K. J. McKallum has improved so far
that he is able to resume his duties at the
Bank.
Dr. Henry Fischer was very sick the
first ef the week with an attact of La
Grippe.
Miss Ella Capron is able to be out
again. She has entirely recovered from
her recent sickness.
Dan. Hanson and Jap Monros, both of
Spicer, are recovering very nicely from
their recant injuries.
Charles Winscom has been veiy sidle
the paitf week with pneumonia, but is
recovering very nicely.
JUST RECEIVED
Skates for Women, cMen, and
Boys. , j* j» j*
Estate Oak Heater Stoves:
, eAll sixes. Nabob Heaters.
| Full Stock Carpenters Tools.
All kinds of Wood Stock for
> your broken wagons. >
—.—^^ —. .
If you are in need of anything
from a needle to a thrashing
machine gibe us your order
and we will get it for you.
i
W. O. Mosman & Son.
1 ~v. :z
The p ARK ; HOTEL
Tom Don, Proprietor.
Headquarters for Business men, Tourists, Hunt
“ A ing parties, and in fact everyone wishing first
! class Hotel accommodations, j* j* j* j*
Best or Meals, Table Service, and Comfortable Rooms.
Walden - * Colorado
Ji ———i . ... ■ ■-■-i
The Gresham Hotel
THE BEST HOME COOKING
Meal Hours;
Breakfast, 7toBA. M. Dinner, 12 to 2. Hupper, otobP. M.
Meals served after 9P. M. .70 cents. Day rates $1.50 to $2.00
OUR ROOMS ARE THE BEST IN TOWN.
MRS. D. F. GRESHAM, PROPR.
B°LIVERY and FEED STABLE 8
H. Loucks, Proprietor. |
j j Eberythlng from a Single “Buggy to a CoAch-and-Jour. |
NUMBER 42.
Walter Johnston hoe been confined to
his room at the Gresham hotel with au
attack of Tonsilitis and LaGrippe.
Miss Laura McDolo has been very sick
the past few days with an attack of the
grip. She ie recovering very nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor Jr. are in
town this week. Jim is snffering very
. badly with rheumatism in his left side
and arm.
Miss Bertha Kerr has been very sick
the past week, having been threatened
with an attack of pneumonia. She is
improving very nicely at present.
Johnnie, the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Macfarlano, of Hebron, had
his right arm broken last week. Ho was
riding a horse over frozen ground and
the horse fell and in falling rolled on
the arm of the little boy. Mrs. Macfar
lane and her sou aud Mrs. Stevens were
iu town We lei lay and Thun lay.
Bring First Money
The three and two-year old Herofords
which brought first prize in the carlot
riass at Chicago, were bought in Den
ver last February by Casper Beckman of
Atlantic lowa. They were raised by
Barney Mallon & Son of North Park.
When this load went into the ring the
threes weighed 1721 and the twos 1500.
They were sold at auction for $0.50 and
$0 80 respectively.

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