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The new era. (Walden, Colo.) 1906-19??, April 28, 1910, Image 8

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.351 CALIBER
Self-Loading
As Us name indicates, this rifle reloads itself, the
recoil of the exploded cartridge doing the work.
This places the complete control of the rifle under
the trigger finger, which permits rapid shooting
with great ease and accuracy. The .351 Caliber BNf
High-Power cartridge, has tremendous killing
power, making it heavy enough for the largest game
Catalogue fully describing this rifle, "The Cun ilr
that shoots Through Steel,” sent upon request . C
Wl HOMESTER RE PE ATI NO ARMS 00.. • NEW HAVEN, OORM.
OFFICERS
F. B. MILNEK.Pim. K. J.MaoOALLUM, Vick Pikst. A.A.HUNTEB, Caamibb
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.
DIRECTORS
IT. E. MILNER K. J. MIOCALLUM A. J. MONROE A. A. HUNTER
ANDREW PETERSON FLETCHER CAMPBELL O. S. CASE
LARAMIE, HAHNS PEAK and PACIFIC RAILWAY
"THE LARAMIE PLAINS ROUTE”
Trains Daily Except Sunday Between
LARAMIE and FOX PARK, WYO.
Special Service on Live Stock
Through Rates to all. Market Centers Via Union Pacific
Direct Connection Made at Laramie
For Rates and Other Information
Call or Write
FRED A. MILLER
PRESIDENT & TRAFFIC MANAGER
LARAMIE WYOMING
J All kinds of Blacksmithing and Wagon work J
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Horse Shoeing Colorado.
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“MOFFAT ROAD”
Quickest, Cheapest and Best Route between North
Park Points and Denver and Eastern Points.
DAILY SERVICE
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
cattle.
For any additional information address any agent
of the company, or
W. F. JONES, Gen. Traffic Mgr.
Denver, Colorado
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THE NEW ERA
- Publialied By ■■■ -
THE NEW ERA PRINTINQ
& PUBLISHING COMPANY
Allred H. Law, Manager and Editor
Chas. E. bow. Asst. Manageri
A Republican newsj>aper devote to the
interests of Walt Ion uml the North Part.
SUBKCIilPTlON HATES
One Year $2.00
Six Months 1.00
Three Mouths .50
Advertising rates given on application.
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY.
Entered as second-class matter March
9, 1906, at the poet office at Walden, Col
orado, under Act of Congress of March
3, 1879.
Here shall the Press, the cause of
Truth maintain, unawed by Influence
and unbribed by Cain,
Editorals.
THAT WATER DEAL
It might not be an adsolutely
fatal calamiiy if Walden should go
dry. out the way some son of a—
sea cook started out monday night
to dry tne town up is hardly the
right system of drouth to be toler
ated by a civilized community, even
though it were desirable to be dry.
At the meeting of the Walden
Board of Trustees on April 19th,
occurred the first competitive bid
ding for office of pumpman for
some years. There were two bid
ders considered, both men of me
chanical skill well known in the
town. One offered to do the work
for $45. a month, the other offered
to do it for S3O. The lower bidder
got the job. On the first morning
he operated the pump, a hue and
cry was raised by some friends of
the loser that that fellow wouldn't
raise a drop of water in 24 hours.
He raised a tank full in a couple of
hours. Then when 4,u e late trouble
trouble arose these same people
and the losing bidder himself gave
some advice which would have been
very misleading to a man not
thoroughly familiar with the plant,
and the trouble was really found in
spite of rather than by aid of their
advice. It is scarcely conceivable
that a man of Mr. Davis’ standing
would be guilty of the mischief that
was done; but again he would per
haps be rated a more valuable citi
zen if he had better control of his
friends. They lead him into such
awkward appearances.
Some Facts About
The Gang
A couplo of years ago the writer
was in Denver and was introduced
in Fairbanks Morse office as a man
from Walden. The greeting I got
was literally: ‘‘God damn you I
don't want to know you. You are
the worst gang of grafters up there
I ever heard of,”
He explained afterwards the re
mark referred to the waterworks
deal.
Now in the course of human
events other things have occurred;
for instance, the time Nick Cox
was stripped !, nd horsewhipped and
-u.- nut of town: aid there are oth
ers. Now comes this monkey bus
iness with the water works.
There is very evidently some
kind of .a gang getting in work right
along in this community. Just who
they are exactly altogether and
wr.ut they are capable of doing I
am not prepared ro prove, but
there be signs.
I wonder how much longer this
town is going to stand for it.
IN MEMORY OF
Mrs. Beryl Daisy Maine
“Full »*f lib*, it seemed but yesterday
lb pathless now aod cold as rlay
Tliore she lies w iWi rosarv -pre-ised
In her baud. U|«on her brest
Soft as i|o\\ n, they n.u<le her le d.
And the pillow tor her head ;
Cretiniy while and frilled with hire
L'ke a halo round her fare.
L-y her chmd ol hrowu hair,
With'the. death dew lingering there.
And we know if she cun sleet .
And unboki-u silence keep.
It she neither mi ale nor stir
When the loved ones sjieak to her.
We may weep in sorrow sore.
Dead is dead forever more.
Yet! there may be realms of love
Tina we living know -not- of
We know not how brave and wise
May have grown her spirit eyes.
For we lack the finer sense.
To preoeive the recompense.
Going hand in hand with loss
Nor the crown when comes the crots
60 we pray with grief .blind eyes.
Lifted to nnanswering skiep.
Knowing not what she may gain.
Knowing but our bitter pain.
Oh! thou unknown fearfal.power,
Breath of Mfe in star and flower.
Let our hearts with sorrow drown.
Ours the cross, be hers the crown.
—By Alta M. Peteflsh,
Peyton, Colo.
Wolf Bounty
NOTICEj
The North Park .Stock Growers Assn,
will pay a bounty of $25.00 on all grown
wolves and $5.00 on all wolf pups killed
within the limits of Jackson County,
Colorado. All wolves must be killed
after date of this'notice, Dec. 29th 1909
Parties claiming, this bounty will be
required to show the dead animal to
any two members of the North Park
Stock Growers Assn., who will sign a
certificate saying that the animal was a
wolf, killed within the limits of Jackson.
County and cut of the feet of the dead
animal. Upon presentation of the cer
tificate, with the feet of the wolf to the
Secretary of the association the bounty
will.be paid.
by T. J. Payne, Sect.v.
Walden,
Chicago Hide
House
LARAMIE, - - WYOMING
Hides, Pelts and Furs
Write For Information
STAR BARN I
T. Z.'SMITH
Proprietor
CATERS TO GOOD|CARE OF
TRANSIENT STOCK.
Phone 58 Re*i Laramie, Wyoming
BULLS FOR SALE
I have for sale at my ranch near Wal l
den, Colorado, a number of hereford
bulls ranging in age from six months to
two years old, which I will sell cheap
to close them out at once.
These bulls are large for their age
with heavy bone and are ready for hard
service.
T. JOHN PAYNE
Pinkhampton Road Ranch
Closed and for Sale!
I, the undersigned, offer for sale 640
acres of deeded land, about 130 tons of
hay; thirty-three head of cattle; eight
head of horses, wagons, machinery and
house hold goods at a bargain. For
furthur particulars'address.
F. B. RICH
Walden. Colo
For "Finicky” Appetite.
My children had "finicky” appetites,
and It seemed impossible to provida
a meal that would be acceptable to
all.
Some of the things they disliked
they had never tasted, so one day I
i said: "To-morrow Robert may or
der the dinner. He may be the host
and the rest of us will be his guests.
Of course, as his guests It would be
unpardonable for us to tell him we
did not like his food. We must, at
[ least, taste of everything. The one
who Is the most perfect-bred guest
may give a dinner soon after. Of
course, if there is anyone who is
boorish, that one will be denied the
privilege of entertaining ua." Well,
the result of our series of dinners
was that Alice discovered that cream
really tasted very nice, and Paul
found that eggs were not the abonjimp
tlon he had thought them. Moreover,
their father meekly accepted French
dressing, although thitherto he had
never tasted olive oil. —Harper’s
Bazar.
5 IT DOESN’T COST |
< Any more to haul GOOD goods than it dt -s to haul Ip 1
j BAD goods. We have the best and want to supply |P
J your wants. Our motto: “How Good, not How ■ |C
■C Cheap.” Write us for quotations Ip 1
J GEM CITY GROCERY COMPANY L
J Gor. 2nd and Grand Phone 2 Black |C
J LARAMIE, - - WYOMING jC
The Social Advantages
®Of the city are added to the pleasures of the
country by means of the Telephone. It places
the country home in touch with a hundred cities.
Have You A Telephone?
The-Cotorado Telephone Co.
Hew Up-To-Date Assortment
Of Fish Poles, Tackle and all the Popular Flies,
Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Wall Paper, Paints,
Oil. Glass,Turpentine, Etc., Toilet Articles, Sta
tionery, Perfumery and Putnam Dyes at.
The North Park Pharmacy
Phone Walden 20
THE GRESHAM HOTEL
THE BEST HOME COOKING
Meal Hours:
BI? KAKFAST, 0 to 8 A. M.
DINN ER, 13 to 3.
9UPP ER. OtoBP,M
M. KAL9 served nfter 0 A. M. BO cents.
MEALS served after 8 F*. M.OO cents,
• BAY HATES 51.50 to 52.00. OCR ROOMS ARE THE BEST IN TOWN
Mrs. D. F. GRESHAM, Proprietress.
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Single meal- .35 Room in connection
three meals 1.00 Solving meals at all
Rooms .50 a night Hours.
Meal Tickets (21 meals) 5.00
THE WALDEN HOTEL
A. A. ROBBINS, Manager
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