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The new era. (Walden, Colo.) 1906-19??, June 15, 1911, Image 5

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H. P. Marferding Co.
THE FOXPARK STORE
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Price List June Ist 1911
Flour Dried Fruit
Gold Dust, sack 1.30 Apples, evaporated, lb. 25 lbs.
Gold Dust, 100 lbs. 2.55 3.95
Gold Dust, ton 49.50 Apples, sun dried, lb. 15c. 25lbs. 2.95
Crest, sack 1.35 Wire Nails Apricots, lb. 17J/ 2 c. 25 lbs. 3.95
Crest, 100 lbs. 2.65 3D Common, Keg $4.25 Peaches, choice, lb. 10c. 25 lbs. 2.35
Crest, ton 52.50 6D ” ” 4.05 " extra choice, 12i/ 2 c. 25 lbs. 2.75
XXXXX Lexington Cream, sack 1.40 8D ” ” 3.85 " fancy, 15c. 25 lbs. 3.45
” Lexington Cream, 100 lb. 2.75 10D ” ” 3.75 Nectarines, fancy, 15c. 25 lbs. 3-45
” Lexington Cream, ton 54.00 12D ” ” 3.75 Pitted plums, extra choice lb. 15c.
Morgan Mill Winter, sack 1.45 16D ” ” 3.65 Pears, extra choice, lb. 15c. 25 lbs.
Morgan Mill Winter, 100 lb. 2.90 20D ” ” 3.65 3.45 •
Corn meal, sack .60 30D ” " 3.65 Pears, fancy, lb. 20c. 25 lbs. 3.95
Corn meal, four 24s 2.40 40D ” ” 3.65 Prunes, 70-80, lb. 15c. 25 lbs. 3.45
Graham, sack .60 50D ” ” 3.60 Prunes, 50-60, lb. 25 lbs. 3.95
Grahpm, four 24s 2.35 60D ” " 3.60 Prunes, 40-50, lb. 20c. 25lbs. 4.45
Rye flour, sack .85 8D Spikes 3.80 Prunes, Ruby extra choice, lb. 17|/ 2 C.
Rye flour, four 24s 3.25 10D ” 3.90 25 lbs. 3.95
box _ 3.25 6D Finishing " . 4.15 Prunes, Silver extra choice, lb. 15c.
Sugar 8D " ” 405 25 lbs - 345
Cane granulated, 100 lbs. 6.10 10D ” _Z 4 -°° Fi 9 s - cookin 3- ' b - I°c- 23 ' bs - 2 - 33
Cane granulated, 15 lbs. 1.00 Wire Figs ’ brick ' lb ' ‘ l °
Cane golden D, 100 lbs. 5.40 . Raisins, Seedless Sultana, lb. 10c-
Cane golden D, 16 lbs. 1.00 Gl,dden pamted Cattl ° Wire ’ $ 3 ' 65 25 lbs - 225
Cane golden C 100 lbs 560 Glidden painted cattle wire, ton 71.00 Raisins, Thompson’s bleached seed-
Cane golden C, 16 lbs.' LOO Galvanized cattle wire 4.10 less, lb. 15c. 25 lbs. 3.45
Cane powdered, 100 lbs. 6.35 Galvanized cattle wire, ton 79.00 Raisins, seeded Quail, lb. 10c. 36 lb.
Cane powdered, 13 lbs. 1.00 T* Galvanized stap,es ’ Keg 360 Meat
Cane cut loaf, 100 lbs. . 6.50 1% Galva " iZed sat P'“. keg 3.60
Cane cut loaf, 12 lbs. 1.00 Double loop bale tics, bdl. 2.25 ' M am ’ ,b ’ , .. „
Potatoes, 100 lbs. 2.20 Single loop bale ties - bdl - 135 Jt m - by ih Crate ’ lb ' • ' ®
Potatoes, lb. .02/ 2 Plain Galvanized Tel. wire 4.00 *6acon, lb. .
’ - '* Bacon by crate, lb. .18
Cabbage, lb. .05 Lumber Dry sa | ti lb . .15
Cream, case 4.25 No. ■( any dimension 18.00 Dry salt by crate, lb. .14
Salt No. 2 any dimension 12.00 Dry salt smoked, lb. .16 I
25 lb. sack No. 1 fine .35 Bough B '°°, Dry salt smoked ' by crate, lb. .15
50 lb. sack No. 1 fine .65 3 S ’ Cac _ ' J Lard, 50 ib. can 5.95
100 Ib. sack No. 1 fine 1.15 Oil Lard, 20lb. pail 2.45
50 Ib. sacks dairy salt .70 Kerosene, case, two 5s 2.65 Lard > 10 lb - pails 1,29
Sulphur block, 50 Ib. each _ .55 Kerosene, can, 5 gallon 1.35 Lart, > 5 lb - P ail - 69
Sulphur block, 50 Ib. ton 21.50 Kerosene, bulk, gallon .20 Beef - hind guarter " wh ° le lb - - 14
Rock lump, 100 lbs. 1.00 Kerosene, bulk 100 gal. or more. .18 Bccf - hind guarter « cut lb '
Rock lump, ton 19.50 Gasoline, case two 5s 3.25 Beef ’ front quarter whole, Ib. .12
Rock crushed, 200 Ib 1.85 Gasoline, can 5-gallons 1.65 Beef front 9 uarter . eut lb - - 13
Rock crushed, ton 18.00 Gasoline, bulk, gallon .35 Grain
Rock crushed, ont 18.00 u, ruo - 10 , ni , c_ 4 . 4 F;
Harvester oil, case two 5s 445 Idaho Oats, 100 lbs 2.10
Pickles Harvester oil, can 5 gallons 2.25 |daho Qats> %Qn 4!.50
5 gallon keg No. 225 2.75 Harvester oil, case six 1s 3.75 Nebraska oats, 100 lbs. - 1.65
4 gallon keg Kuners medium 2.25 # arvester oil, ca,1 > gallon .6 Nebraska oats, ton 32.50
4 gallon keg small pickles 2’50 arvester oi , ul , ga on . Corn, whole, 100 lbs. 1.45
4 gallon keg mixed pickles 2.65 ngine oil,
2 gallon keg Kuners medium 1.25 011 030 ° 0n R 7 * Corn chop, 100 lbs. 1.50<.
2 gallon sweet pickles 2.25 °." f CaSC c tW ?, 5S t Corn' chop, ton 29.00
2 gallon mixed 2.00 Cylinder oil, can •> gallons 3.2 j Wheat, 100 lbs. 4 2.20
4 gallon keg kraut 2.25 Wheat, ton \ 43.0
2 gal. keg Kuner’s chow chow 1.85 Bran, 100 lbs. 1.65
Bran, ton 32.50
We have just unloaded two cars of Canned goods, one eastern and one from the west. Prices
the lowest possible. We are carrying a complete stock in all lines. We are getting most
of our supplies in car quantities, which insures the lowest prices. No charge to North
Park people, who call to trade, for meals, barn room or bed room.
H. P. MARFERDING CO.
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D. M. WILT, Manager
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