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The new era. (Walden, Colo.) 1906-19??, May 02, 1912, Image 1

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Local and Personal.
Carl Rosh came to Walden Monday.
Oscar Anderson was In town Tues
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Albert Mclntyre was in town Mon
Plenty of grain and feed at Bel
lairs & Hill.
Harry Hunter was a Walden visit
or Tuesday.
H. L. Prosha has leased the A. 11.
Law residence.
IJnve you tried those fine candies at
at the Ames Merc. Co's?
Ladies* Aid meets wlith Mrs. Mnr
tiu this Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Coe were Wal
den visitors Tuesday.
Fox Bros, will give your horses
good feed and goodcaro.
W. F. Goodwill! left Tuesday morn
ing for Laramie, Wyo.
J. K. Mallon was in from his ranch
on the Platte Monday.
Win. Kerr was In from his ranch
on the eaat.side Tuesday'.
Miss Ethel Drowning is slaying
at Dr. P. W. Fischer’s.
When you come to town put up
your horses at the New barn.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hunter and
baby* were here Tuesday.
The Amos Mercantile Co. have just in
a carload of Yellowstone Hour.
Go to Ilellairs & Hill for good ac
commodations and cut rates.
Clayton Rich came down from-
Coalmen! on Monday's train.
The line of shoes carried by the Ames
Mercantile Co. is the best in town.
Bellairs' & HHII wiil treat you
right Good care and cut prices
A. H. Law came in Sunday after
noon, and spent several days hero.
Remember that Fox Bros, made
the prices and made them R-i-g h-t.
Fox IJros. now' barn is the place
to get your horses taken care of
Win. Baldwi bought 150 head of
stock cattle front G. W. Linger this
The Ames Mercantile Co. have a fresh
shipment of grain feeds, corn, bran and
C. L. McFaddcn moved Ids house
hold goods to the Dority bldg. Sat
urday. 9
Mrs. H.*C. Ghedsey and babies
were Walden visitors Sunday and
M. M. KeJtchum left Saturday Tor
several days visit at. Denver and
Plenty of Early Ohio seed potatoes at
the Ames More. Co’s, next week. Prices
Montie Blevins shipped nine cars
of beef cattle to Denver Wednesday
Go to Bellairs ic Hill. They will
treat you right, as they have ill
ways done
Nellie 11. Affollcr was a business
caller at the Now lira oftlco Tues
day afternoon.
Ladies’ and girls’ sweaters at •
reduced prices at the R. J. Messier
Mercantile Co
Win. Baldwin of Rand came in
from a business trip to Denver,
Motnlay evening.
Fox Brothers arc the people who
iisade the prices right in thelivery
and feed business.
Clias. FHnniau camo in from Der.i
ver Saturday, to look after business
interests in the Park.
L. W. Fetter expects ids parents
here to spend the summer. They
spent the winter in California.
The pantltorium formerly run by
W. F. Good wall lias changed hands
and is now run by L. W. Pel tor.
| Win. Winscom is clerking In the
j Ames hardware store.
WANTED: Party to grub about
1,000 acres of sage brush land.
■ ; 'Mrs. A. C. Matthews.
Lcrgtr Snodgrass have moved
their plumbing shop from the Park
(Commercial Dldg. to the Uorlty Bldg.
A. K. Marr camo In from Denver
Saturday,and went out to the Lin
ger ranch to look at u bunch of beef
Rowtley & Urewfcr have opened a
Imrber shop in the Boston building
wihicli was recently vacated by Vlck
Tliat old suit made to look like
new .at the Walden Pantltorium.
AUI .kinds of cleunlng at the Wal
den Pantitoriiini.
Ada Twisty entertained ten or her
girl friends at a party Sunday af
ternoon, it being the occasion of
her ninth birthday.
You may rest assured that you
can’t get your horses taken care of
any better or for less money than
at Fox Bros, new barn.
The accounts being collected by the
attorney for E. J. Bennett as receiver
has absolutely nothing to do with The
R. J. Messier Co.
Yours Respectfully.
U J. Messier, President.
Setting Hens wanted; will pay 75
cents each, or 35 cents for the. use
of the hen and return lien.
Mrs. Clms. Riggen.
We have just received a carload of
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.
Bellairs & Hill.
For Sale.
1 Heavy team geldings ft years old
well broken. '
1 Span Couch colts 4 and 5 year old.
Chas. L. P. Winscom,
Walden. Colo.
Saturday, also Halibut, Salmon and Oysters,
fresh vegetables every Friday for the Saturday
trade. Radishes, Lettuce, Onions, Tomatoes,
Celery and seasonable vegetables. The fin
est, Prime Steer Beef, Pork and Mutton.
The Park Market
J Choice Line of Cigars, Tobaccos and Pipes, J
i Fresh Candies, Lemons and Oranges. Soft f
r Drinks. j* f
' f #
JiaVing bought a complete liije of the latest styles
ill ladies’ and children’s flats, I cordially inVite the
Ladies of /forth Park to non]e and inspect therq.
I have both trimmed and dhtrimmed
Jl&ts and will trim to sdit each itidividd&l
Special orders for bats filled.
eMRS. E. ff. piGEOjf,
With the Messier Mercantile Co., 1 Walden, Colo.
Attention Stockmen!
The annual meeting of the North
Park Stookgrowers will be held at
Walden on Tuesday. May 7, at 2 o’clock
I*. M. # promptly. There will be an
election of officers and other usual
business. The supervisors of the adja
cent forests all promise to be present
and os there is some important businem
to be discussed we especially urge all,
members to vbe present A cordial
invitation is extended to Everybody.-
Frank W, Murphy, Pres.
T. J. Payne, Sec.
’.I Z I
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
parties doing business under the
firm name of Green &" Dawson have
this day dissolved partnership, W.
J. Dawson retiring. All bills due the
firm may be paid to either Green
or Uawnon or left at the North
park Bank. All bills not paid in 30
days will beput in the hands of an
attorney for collection.
Harry Green,
W. J. Dawson.
Notice to Property Owners.
Your attention is called to the or
dinance which requires that all I
streets and alleys shall be kept free 1
from! rubbish. You are therefore no- J
tlfled that if the alley in the rear of I
your property is not in the proper I
condition to clean it up at once. I
John Bulls, Marshal.
Is the time . to clip your horses, j
give us a trial wtfth our new machine I
Horses clipped to knee, SI.OO per 1
Head; clipped to body, $1.50. * I
Bellairs & Hill. 1
Mention was made last wteek of I
the unusual need of testing seed-corn I
this spring, but complaints of weak- j
ened powers of germination are by n I
moans confined to corn.. In many I
parts of ihewest constant rains fol- I
lowing the harvest of last fall were I
Injurious to all grains. The agricul- I
tural college of North Dakota is I
therefore seeding. out or., appeal Jo
farmers to test their wheat, oats,
bnrloy and flax, as well as their
corn. There Is hardly anything that
Will pay as large a return.-Youth’s
I We Believe
l| Whether our competitors believe it or not, that a man is
Was good as a horse and needs a day of rest once a week,
|H just as the horse does. Help us help the clerks by doing
p your trading, as much as you can, on Monday or Satur
|l day instead of Sunday. It will pay you, for Mondays
jlntnd Saturdays are our bargain days. On May 4th and
||f 6th we offer for cash:
I ' Sunkist Orange* 86c Doz
I Sunkist Lemons 80c Doz
I 2 yS lb. Table Apricets 20c can
I 2}4 lb. Table Plums *oc caa
L 2'/i lb. Table Qrapes 20c can
I ' Quart Jars Mines Meat 80c
l Idaho Potatoes $8.26 cwt
I Fancy Early Ohio Seed Potatoes $4.28 cwt.
I S}4 lb. Choice Utah Tomatoes, 2 cans 25c
I Fresh Strawberries 28c per box
I We shall have in a supply of Frdsh
I Radishes Lettuce, Green Onions, dtc. on
I which we shall make a very low price.
||V 5 Gals. Coal Oil s|.|6
pL j . Lumber in Carloads $20.00 P er M
' ‘ 1 I 1,000 to 25,000 ft'at* an Jr siding in I
North Park.
We have just unloaded and are setting up a car of
Implements including:
Sulky Plows
Walking Plows
Ditching Plows
Renovators with seeder attachments
Harrows, etc. etc.
Come in and examine them, and when you do, don’t
forget to take a look at our
Schuttler Wagons
Weber Wagons
Farm Trucks /
Hennery Buggies and Road Wagons
Car Hardwheat Flour
Car Sugar
Car Cement
2 Cars Building Material
Car Salt, etc
The Ames Mercantile Company

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