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F>R, MILNEH.Psn. K. J.UaoCALLUM. Vice I'rbst. A.A.IIUNTKIt. CANints
North Park Bank
Of Walden, Colorado.
STATE BANK CAPITAL $30,000.00
Transacts a general Banking Business. Six
per cent per Annum on time Deposits.
P. B. MILNKK U. J. MaoC'ALLUH A. J. MONHOK A. A. HUNTER
ANDREW PETEH.NON FLETCHER CAMPBELL J J. HUNTER
The Denver, Northwestern & Pacific Ry, Co.
Quickest, Cheapest and Best Route between North
Park Points and Denver and Eastern Points.
Special attention paid to cattle shipments. We av
eraged nine hours from Granby and eleven hours
from Kremmling during past season, which saved
shippers freight charges account no shrinkage to
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of the company, or
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Through Rates to all Market Centers Via Union Pacific
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THE NEW ERA PRINTING
& PUBLISHING COMPANY
Alfred H. Law, Manager and Editor
A Republican ne\vspai>er devoted to the
interests of Walden and the North Park.
One Year $2.00
Six Months 1.00
Three Mouths r>0
Advertising rates given on application.
PUI1L1SLIED EACH THURSDAY.
Entered as second-class matter March
0, 1900, at the post office at Walden, Col
orado, under Act of Congress of March
Here shall the Press the cause of
Truth maintain, unawed by influence
and unbribed by (Jain.
| Editorial. j
This is the way the Iron River
(Mich.) Reporter puts it up to the
congressman of that district, and
the argument holds good for every
other congressman in the land.
Now is the time for them to give
the printers of the country a square
deal and in so doing to win the
hearty support of the press. The
“Congressman Young can cer
tainly make himself solid, for all
time to come, with every news
paper man in the upper peninsula
and elsewhere by getting after
that graft or monopoly, on which
the post office department has
been working overtime for the past
several months. We refer to the
printing of envelopes, free of
charge, for persons, business firms
corporations, etc., outside ot those
in the government employ. Dur
ing the past ten days nearly every
man and business firm in this vi
cinity have received a circular let
ter from the post office department,
containing advertising matter in
reference to this gigantic monoply.
Probably the names of these parties
or business firms were sent to the
department by the post master.
Postmasters are frequently remind
ed by the department that they
must not furnish names to anyone,
and it is impossible for any business
firm or firms to secure such a list
of names. The department can
secure them, however, but whether
from the postmaster or other sour
ces we do not know, but presume
from the postmaster. We do not
see why the post office department
should have any more priviledges
than a private individual or corpor
ation. It not only has this privilege
but it also sends all its advertising
matter through the mail without
having to pay postage. It is thus
taken advantage of a legitimate
business enterprise that every year
spends thousands of dollars in post
age to advertise its business.
Is there anything right or fair a
bout such methods?
Why should the government fur
nish the printing on envelopes 'free
Is it any wonder that there is a
deficiency of millions of dollars
every year when such business
methods are employed? Woula
any private individual or corpora
tion conduct business along such
Every newspaper in the upper
peninsula should get after congress
man Young and cal) his attention I
to this injustice of the post office!
department. There is no call or
demand that it should be continued
any more than there is for the gov- j
ernment to go into the grocery,
'clothing or millinery business. It
should oe stopped and congressman
Young should be asKed to help to
it is all right for the town paper
to be a booster, but when it is left
to do all the boosting and litlte
thanks for the same it gets tire
some. Evidently in this spirit the
Indiana Harbor (Ind.) Sentinel
breaks forth in the following editor
ial, and what Editor Moberly says'
will find sympathetic response in
many another publisher's heart:
"The Sentinel has the reputation
of being a booster, and it has al
ways been the aim of the pnblisher
to boost every enterprise, be it of
public or private nature, of a worthy
character, Boosting is a game,
however that more than one can
play at. ‘I boost you, you boost me’
is a good motto, and ‘we will boost
together' is another good moLto.
The newspaper man can boost in a
very affective way, even by not
'knocking' when people come to
hirn and want him to 'knock.' He
can boost a good deal more by com
ing out flat-footed and up-holding
the good that is in an individual or
an institution and leaving unsaid
what he knows to be bad. But
when this is done there is no occa
tion for tne person or institution
which is boosted to assume that
the newspaper has to do it in order
to hold its job with the public, as
that is indeed a serious mistake.
A newspaper man sees and hears
more things, good or bad, about in
dividuals and about the way insti
tutions are conducted than any o
ther individual, a gossiping old maid
not excepted, and it is unfair to as
sume that it is because he does not
know that he does not print it. It
is because he has a cense of honor
and a sense of feeling, and last, but
not least, a love of peace and har
mony in a community. Many things
might be printed about our town
which would make spicy reading,
but why herald such things abroad?
The least said the better. The
newspaper man, however, has a
keen sense of appreciation and is
susceptible to flattery of the right
sort, and to substantial business
support. He appreciates the spirit
of the man who, has a few dol
lars' worth of job printing, does not
go galavanting about the country,
spending oar fare and time thinking
he might get it a few cents cheaper
bnt who says, ‘We've got a printer
at home who is trying to help our
town, and we will in turn help him
by giving him the little printing we
have to do.’
This is the true community spirit,
and it counts with the merchant,
with the doctor, with the lawyer
and with every business which
draws its daily support from a com
munity. Eyen uncle Sam is not
immune from this fundamental prin
ciple of reciprocity."
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