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Local and Personal. Win. McArthur was in town Monday Win. Norrel whs iu town Wednesday. Curios Case went to Fox park Wednes. day. Mrs. Bock was visiting in town Sat urday. Douglass LangholT was a visitor hero Tuesday. llenry Boston was h Walden visitor Monday. Mrs. Geo. Munville is a Walden visitor this week. Fritz Coy to was down from Spicer Wednesday. Frank and Horace Boyce wore in the city Monday, Mr and Mrs. John Dnglo wero in town Monday Charley Mitchell is surveying at the Holiday ranch. Frouk McCaslaud was up from Cowri rey last Friday. Charles Sayles ami wife went to the , ranch Monday. John Rosa was down from Liehron the first of the week. C. W. Webb returned from Denver Tuesduy evening. Plenty of grain and feed at Bel lairs A Hill. Moutio Blevins entno in from Denver on Tuesday's train. Clayton Rich was doa n from Hebron the first of the week. Owrti Manning has been ill the past week with stomatitis. . Christian Twisty Is convalescent from a recent serious Illness. Have you tried lltoso fine candies at at the Aines More. Cc’sr Chn*. Holiday, of the Lower Michi gan, was here Monday. Herb Hill, of the Lower Michigan, spent Sunday in Walden. Jos, Taylor, jr , of tlio Michigan comi ty was in town Monday. Fox Bros, will give your horses good feed and goodcaro. John Westfall lins built a house on his homestead joining Northgnte. When you come to town put up your horses at the New barn. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Monroe were here from Spicer Sunday and Monday. Frank Smith was in from his Cana dian ranch Sunday and Monday. Go to Bellalrs & Hill for good ac commodation*and cut rates. Tlio Ames Mercantile Co have just in a carload of Yellowstone flour. Ward Tucker and W. L. Riddle wero in from the Illinois country Monday. Bellnirs & Mill w ill treat you right Good care and cut prices The line cf shoes carried by the Amos Mercantile Co. is the best in town. P H. Rowley and T. L Brewer, bar bers from Nunn. Colo, are preparing to locate here. Lad loo’ and girls* sweaters at reduced prices at the R. J. Messier Mercantile Co Fordyccßrowuleo and Fred Wyatt are putting up ice at Cowdrey. The no is thirty inches thick at the bridge. Fox Brothers are the people who made the prices right in tholivery and feed business. Lars f.Arson and Andrew Olsen. « f the Illinois country, were lo re S ;turda\ night and attended I O. O. F .edge. Vickrey Bros, will move their restau rant to the Dawson Bldg, on Main St . which is boing remodeled for their u>e. Pies Fred A. Miller and Supt. R D. Stewart spent Friday night in Walden on their return from Coalmont. lh»*v made the trip from Laramie to Coal niont with a purpos© of inspecting the road and determining improvements to be made this spring THE NEW ERA Remember that Fox Bros, made the prices and made (them R-l-g-h-t. Lump Qoal for sale at the McCol lum mine, $2..00 per ton, cash. Fox Bros, new barn is tlio place to get your horses taken care of Miss Morehouse lias recovered aud took charge of her schoolroom Monday. Clios. Emigli and family are now at home in their up to-date new residence, lied .Snyder, from the A. J. Monroe rnuch, has been sojourning in the city. Good screenod coal for sale at tho McCallum mine, $1.50 per ton, cosh. Mr. and Mrs. Towner, who reside on tho Barber ranch, wero in town Satur day. The Ames Mercantile Co. have a fresh shipment of grain feeds, corn, bran and chop. Plenty of Early Ohio seed potatoes at tho Amos Merc. Co's, next week. Prices right. Victor Riley, of Owl, was n business culler at the New Em office the first of the week A few wild flowers have been found near town, notwithstanding the snowy, weather. Disc Harrows, Drag Harrows, Farm Trucks und Weber Wagons at the Amos Merc. Co’s. yfeink McCaslaud and fumily left for Rifle Wednesday. .They had been in tho Park a great many years. Dean, Clinp|iel & Dean purchased tho 25 head of cults advertised in tlio Now Era It |Ntys to adverJse. Go to 'Bellalrs & Hill. They will treat you right, ns they have ul ways done The j'titsW of Friday, KU unlay and Sunday interfered with tho |H>pular game of hall for a few days. Curloud of farm Implements and Schuttlcr wagons will arrive soon for the Aim's More. Co. A. DoV Baldwin, of tho Big Laramie was hero Tuesday. lie took Wednes day’s train for Laminin, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Ruvsel McCullough cams in on Tuesday's train. They h ivo been in iAramie all winter. Ames Mercantile Co. have received a. largo shipment of Wisdom grown seeds from the Bartehles Seed Co., <*f Denver, ( moll? c *.oc rcr gallon. Why pny mote for the same-article? PARK GARAGE.. Mr. ami Mrs. s. p. Isli, 11. J. Ish and Mrs, Sarah Ish came in from Denver on Tuesday’s train, on route to their Im.iios at Rand. A carload of new farming implements has come for The Ames Mercantile* Co. Now you can quit cutting ice and rut grass. Miss Eloise Mosmna left Saturday morning for her home at It. Collins. Later she plans n visit to her father at Portland, Ore. Aspon, a town in Pitkin county. Colo.. 200 feet lower than wo are in North Park raises all kinds of grain, potatoes and sinnll fruits. Why can’t we? Geo. W. Hewlett returned from Cali forma on Tuesday's train. He will assist Ids partner. L, W. Felt or, in the management of the Park Oarage. The Ames Mercantile Co have not! quite a carload of Heiser saddles hut j they do have great line of real HeNor ; ( saddles and dead (car)loads of nails. Mr James Allard and family left for ! Denver Saturday morning, whose they will speed a week or two Mrs Allard, with V ch ldr *\ will go on to Port lai d. >V f«*r the *u minor. provided ' her health "ill permit lh trip. A man can afford to keep a horse In town overnight If he takes it to Fox Bros, for the> made the pviws right. i O. W. I .yen ami E & Brown weie • business callers at the New Era office . Monday Thev ar» eoutraetois and • grader*, an 1 make a s|xvialty of ditch . niul reservoir work. Non ** ‘ '"'d their ad on another \W' WALDEN, COLORADO, i You may reßt assured that you can’t got your horses taken car© Ol any better or for loss money thoij at Fox Bros, new barn. Monday's Lapamle Republican snys: J. 11. Laky, Jack White and Noah HUJ, of Walden, are Laramie visitors today ; also: James Allard aud family, of Walden, were shopping in Laramie today. The accounts being collected by the attorney for E. J. Bounott as receiver has absolutely nothing to do with The R. J. Messier Co. Yours Respectfully, R J. Messier, President Albert Mclntyre, Government Trap per on tho Medicine Bow, linishod for the government Saturday. He was in town Sunday and Monday left for J,he. Lower Michigan, where he will trap] muskrats for a few weeks. Bellalrs & Hill now have tlio con tract for delivering tho mail from tho train to the postoffice, in plocff of H. Loucks, whose contract ha* expired. We have just received a carload ot chop and corn, and a carload of Ida-, ho oats. Wo aro prepared to fill orders for grain in any amount, and will sell at bedrock prices. Bellalrs & Hill. Rev, T. C. Webster, a pastor of Omaha, Neb., is spending part of a two week's vacation iu North Park. Ho preached a highly appreciated sermon' at the church Sunday evening. This is not Mr. Webster's first visit to Walden and ho has mnuy fritynls here. The state of Wyoming received her second royalty pa> mont on tho output of the t asper oil fields yesterday. This district is ojiomtod by the Mid west Oil Co., which has two strong flowing wells at the presold time and is' sinking a third. Tho state receives a royalty of on of? tent!, of the outf iti am! as there were 31,051 barrels taken from these two wollh iu. March, it brings Hie state u rev enue pf sl.so?.'—Spfe'Hbodj itxojix « enno Daily, wish to correct nu error in the article of lust week on the oil business. Mr. Kingsley tells us th.U ho has not enough leases yet to justify his going ahead with the drilling and that In* would like to lease laud iu various Uh-hI ities so that when they start to work they can test I lie Park thoroughly, un i when they strike oil have enough lease - to justify the erecting of a refinery I* roll no tho oil. Mr. Kingsley not only wishes to lease la ml and drill wells in I the vicinity of Walden, but nisi* in every | locality in the counly. If you wish t.* 1 have your locylity t «.*•*»• 1 for oil him a lease. You w.ui’l h>*» anythin;: ami limy make thousands of dollars. Medal Contest. Tho Medal content giv.uiat the «limvh Friday night under the nuspb*»*s of th»* 1 \\\ C. T. U. was well attended. Iln-i contestants \v-*re: Miss*s» Mildred t’hap |M>I and Jam* Shippey; Messrs. Raymond Daigjtou, Hill and Sheldon Daw . son. A. A. Hunter. K. J. Met'allum and J Rt«v. T t'. Webster, of Omaha, Neb., were tho judges. They complimented ail the essays an 1 awarded prize «>i live dollar' in gold to Miss Mildred L'hapi*«d : second pri/. • of $*2.50 to Ray mond Dawson. En:h of tho otli**rs were presented a da’my gift hook en titled. "The City of IDthany," of which Rev. Webster is tin* author. We this week publish Miss Cliapp-1 s essay and will publish that of Raymond Daw-.oil next week. Rand Reliable Mr. law was in town about an lu.ur I 1 1 st Tuesday mi business. The y..ung foil -of Kami had a sui j prise party on Fred Donelson and John 1 Jurgen-en last Tues lay evening. Tin i house was too small for a dance, so tin y had a camly pul'. It w ;is great fuM am! the candy was tine. Fred made it John Sutton and Basco*ue Wiibcrn r. turned to the Park this week Tl « y spent the winter in T» xas Tl e wa> a very ei j.wahie dance :»' j Billy H wnitlV Friday night. Tlu* l.a li—< Em'itoiderv club m- t | with Miss Su-ie I.ieuellnn Saturday | afternoon. Billy 1V.i1.1 .\ in lef: Sunday for Denver. ! John Steel win visiting w ith friends in Kami one day last week. Col. Frank Kellyontcrtained at dinner j Sunday Vhe guests were Mr. and Mrs | Will \ • Mist w E sie nr I\l by AIU n j B •rnudine Bundy and Fred Done Non. Ti*e dinner was so excellent that the guest* stayed for sup|x'r. For Sale. ! J ! lloavy team geldings 0 years old, 0 well broken. 1 Span Conoli colts 4 and 5 year old. Chas. L. P. Winscom, Walden Colo. Attention Stockmen! f annual meeting of tho North e Pitk Stockgrowers will bo held at Ik iMou on Tuesday. May 7, at 2 o'clock . P. M , promptly. Tliere will be an 9 jWsftion of officers and other usual r muintss. The supervisors of the adja 0 ;o»’it forests nil promise to be present and us tliere is some important business to !io discussed we especially urge ail members to be present A cordial _ Invitation is extended to Everybody. r Frank W. Mubphy, Pres, j - T. J. Payne, Sec. Birthday Party. h j Prof, and Miss Emily Nelson gave a surprise party at their home Saturday . evening in honor of the birthday of their i easier. Miss Josephine Nelson, who Ib S -iluxu- ipular teacher of the Intermediate i d*h irtment of our public school. A largo number of Miss Nelson's pupils a tended, aud rei>ort a very enjoyable f evening. 'Refreshments consisted, of •. i L-orreu and deviulty fudge. I Nelrion's pupils p**esente|t< - her r.*i ’u a beautiful-pidture. it ■’ * v . vitf - • '. <•':' l- Pearl News. .‘1 I). Llnrl returned tnwa the Uraud uiine. He reports a strike at —t' Incites of good ore. - -ji, C. Wilford isgoing into thoclikOHl 'Uu it.oss. Ho is building a hali' : jmjlK J lorry UeCusland canto Cowdrey Saturday to visit bla 111) • llargjjyttord and other nhutvS and 11 ;.*no|F It makes us'ltave the when welt •ton to the plated, 'dim* me ml t-t lidded story that he about RiflA Colo., w’here he said he was to gwiuto business, while Rifle Is ; a Coloiwo wo do not doubt that It is apluSl; but floubt tho money upSll by the bafrel. If it does, it looks likVKomu of these fellowji who arc Jwoy#Bowling hard times and that htc (w»r nrjnhndly us^ would try to tfap i tythtJßb of • fir: cls*NKuiunt^ v ns they go by. C. E. Bulih ih building an udditicn to bis barn. He suiil that if it didn’t quit -uowing lie wouldn't need it; hut maybe it won't snow next summer, We linvo laid a blizzard over here. It lias snow ed about ten inches since Fri day night. House Heating Apparatus Just Found Demonstrates How People Kept Warm 2,000 Years Ago. London.—Tho discovery of extenr sive Roman remains at Great Ches ters, on tho Tyne, has demonstrated i that tho Rprnans 2,000 years ago en joyed a much better system of heat ing houses than Englishmen do at the present tlmo. By tho Roman system tho heat was distributed evenly throughout the walls and floors of the house* where as the usual British system Is an open Are at which your face roasts while your back freezes, and you are liable to die of cold If you go Into tho cor- Basement of Old Roman House. tiers of tho room or tho passages oi the house. In one of tho houses of Great Che» ters thero la n beautiful example ol a hypocaust, tho name of the Ilom&s heating apparatus. Great Chester! was the slto of an important Romas military station along the great wall which tho Emperor Hadrian built tc keep back the barbarians, descendini on Britain from Scotland. Tho houst was that of tho Roman military com inander. Hot air was generated by a clrculai furnneo, which heated water and gave out streams of hot air Into tho hypo caust, which was a chamber under the ground floor of tho house, containing arrangements of hollow tlio pillars , called "suspensurae.” From the hypocaust the hot air was distributed throughout tho building by a series of wall and floor flues, giving an ■even temperature throughout the ! bouse. This system was Invented shortly before tho tlmo of tho Emperor Aug ustus, who reigned from 27 B. C. to 14 A. D., and was soon adopted not only in public baths, but In private houses. STS I vita ywi td look over my bargainttablae —a great variety of S, lO I I and 28c artiolee. “Let Teylor tailor you” sample* ebown by fl I AUTHOR W. PAYNE I Northgata, - • • ChlwhS# | > iMHHHHBHHHHHMWHHSBSSaSi , —| ' m - FRESH STRAWBERRIES ; Saturday, also Halibut, Salmon and Oyatera, l fresh vegetables every Fr iday for the Saturday trade. Radishes, Lettuoe, Onions, Tomafoos, Celery ahd seasonable vegetables. The fln : est, Prime Steer Beef, Pork and Mutton. The Park Market l 11 - ■r-- - - -T^ T THE “PASS-TIMB” PLACE j ■A Choice Lin* of Cigars, Tobaoooa mdflpaa l i Fresh Candles, Lemons and Oranges. M J yjt Drinks. Jt SACHAS. EMIGH POOL HALL i miluncry JlaViHfg bought a complete liqe of the latest atylea iq ladies’ and childreq’s [late, I cordially invite the Ladies of /forth Park to coiqß and iqepect theiq. I b&Ye both ttitninad ahd dhtflaaod 3!its hhtf Will triih to ddft gftth tftdltlddhi taste. Special orders for bats fllfad. Hespeetfdliy, JIHS. E. H- plGEOff. With the Messier Mercantik G*.. Walden. Cola Building Material Situated as wc arc on the line of the Laramie Hahns Peak & Pacific Railway Co. w« are in a better position to handle your orders for building material than anyone else in Laramie. YSu will lose money by placing your order elsewhere. Let us make you delivered prices on yonr wants. Laramie Lumber Company. = t^===M=====a Announcement We have moved our Restaurant across the street and are located in tha Dawson Building. Wc will be glad to see all our old customers and meet the new onea. First class service. Meals at All Hours Open Day and Night VICKERY BROTHERS —mans.