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Local and Personal. Watermelons at Ames More. Co's. Clark Neff was up from the ranch Monday. Fishing tackle aft the North Park Pharmacy Cbas. Murphy was clown from Spic er Monday. Jonathan Royalty was down from Coaltnont Saturday. Earnest Clark, the Hebron merch ant, v*as In town Monday. Safe, sane and reliable fireworks at the North Park Pharmacy. Chas. Flinniau was in from his ranch on the wostsidc Monday. Gilbert Hayes came down from his ranch on the Michigan Monday. O. S. Case returned from a business trip to Denver Saturday afternoon. The hoard of county commissioners was in session the first of the week. John Murray was attending the meeting of Che board of county com missioners Monday. Mrs. Kinley and daughter from near Laramie has been visiting at S. S. Brownlee’s north of town. Those new reels and lines at the North Park Pharmacy are just what you Want. John L. Ish was down from Rand the first of the week, accompanied by Everett Clark, or Fort Collins. Shoes, Shirts, Gloves, everything for man, woman, and child, going nt a clean up price at Barnes’ store. Walter Barnes returned from Fra ser Sunday. Walter left Melvin Gates in charge of his pool hall ther Couple want ranch job. Address R. S. Swope, Laramie, Wyo. Arthur Norell, who Is traveling for the American Tobacco Co., with head quarters in Denver, came in Mon day, to spend the Fourth. Canton & Howard, who have opcnc their shop just south of the Star barn will shoo that horse the way it should be shod. Alfred H. Law brought his family dowtn from the ranch last week, and they spent several days in town, re turning home last Thursday. A kodak will help to make your fishing trip more enjoyable. See tho line at the North Park Phar macy. Shorty Hughes and Hoy Woods measured Monday, to see which is the tall:r. Hughes is C foot and GVfcj inches tall, and Woods is 0 feet and G Inches tall. Don’t forget that the Walden 1 antitorium is still running at the old sruud, Pail; Garage building. L. W. Felter, Prop. R. G. Taylor returned from Hot Sulphur Springs last week. where he had taken baths for tho rheu matism. He Is much benefited by| the treatment. Aunt Nellie Butler and son, E. N. Butler, were both .confined to their beds Sunday. Mr. ltutler has had a particularly severe attack of grip, but is recovering. Mies Julia Mathews, of Los An geles, Cfclif., who lias a close it. claim south of town, accompanied Mr. Caxe from Denver and will prove up on her claim in a short time. Everett Clark, of Fort Collins, will spend tho summer with J. L. Ish, at Rand. lie has just recovered from an attack of pneumonia, and came to the Park tio recuperate. Card of Thanks. Wo v.fish to than our many friends' for their many acts of kindoss dur ing tho illness and death of our rather. John I). Taylor. Robert O. Taylor. James W. Taylor. George 11. Taylor. Wolgast gets Decision on Foul in 13th. Wolgast gets decision from Rivers in 13th round on foul, Wolgast was taking count and Rivers fowls him. Wolgast is given decision and all bets are declared off, THE NEW ERA Mr. Hackley was down from Rand Monday.. Ira Casteel, of the Biig Creek ranch wins in Walden Tuesday. Chas. Einfigh was an incoming pas senger on the train Tuesday. Chas. Winscom is again able to bo out, after several days illness. Theodore Cook, of Coalmont, at tended the funeral of James Tay lor. John Mitchell was in town Wed nesday, buying supplies for his big ranch. Dr. McCallum made the trip from Laramie in his auto in 3 hours and 20 minutes. Mr. Steve Huffman Is here from Laramie, visiting his daughter, Mrs. E. A. Osier. Frank Wilson, who has been in Borthoud the past year, has returned to the Hark. Mr. G. W. Hale returned from a business trip to Denver, the first of the week. Miss Gathe lias arrived from Hol yoke for a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. L. Presba. W. H. Rollen and Wm. McAnelly, came in from Ft. Collins the first of the week in their auto. Mrs. E. L. Billingsley has arrived from Des Moines, and will visit her duughter, Mrs. Jno. D. Taylor. John Barrod, of Lafayette, came in on Tuesday's train to look after In terests In the Michigan ditch. Harry McCasland, who has been in Rifle, Colo., for some time, re turned to the Park this week. Andrew McFarlane, wHfe and little girl, came down from Hebron bo at tend the funeral of James Taylor. Mr. Gurnesy and Mr. Bradley of Hlattsville, have been in the Park several days, looking for a location. Mr. Vogel, of St. Vrains, who has a large steam plowing outfit will lo cate in the Park under the Gentry ditch. Madam Stoddard, of Laramie,came In Tuesday, with a complete line of New' Goods. She is located at the Park Hotel. Grandma McFarlane came to Wal den the first of the week, and at tended the funeral of Mr. Taylor, She is now visiting her son, Dan, nt Hebron. 1 yen & Brown have just finished tw» miles of ditch on the Marr ranch, for Mr. Mcllwnin, and will move to Rand, where they will work on tho McFarlane ditch. i Rev. Manning and wife went to Krcmmling Friday, returning Sun day, accompanied by Miss Rose A delle Davison, who Is delivering a series of excellent temperance lec tures here. In order to look after interests that require immediate attention we are forced to sell our stock of goods at any price in order to get away. It will pay you to investigate. The Barnes D. G. 00. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. McDonald re turned from Denver Saturday, where they had been visiting their daugh ter, Mrs. James Allard. Mrs. Allard is a great deal improved in health and will probably pome home about An guts Ist, bringing Rosalie who is much in\proved in health. Charley Murphy came dowm from Spicer Monday accompanied by Miss Mary Wagner, of Boulder, who left on the Rand stage for her home. Charles Says that if his influence will have any effect she will return shortly to the Park as a permanent resident. That old suit made as good as new at tho Walden Pantifcorium. Prices right. Park Garage Bldg. 1,, W. Fri.ter, Prop. Rev. Dean Bode, of St. Matthew’s Cathedral, Laramie, was a visitor in j Walden the 4th. By the courtesy of | Rev. Manning, he will hold a serv ice of the Episcopal church on Sun- I day, July 14th, at 11 a. m. in the M. E. church. Mr. Nelson has kindly arranged that Sunday school shall begin at 10 o’clock on that day. ! North Park Cattle Top Market . i A hunch of choice grass steers shipped by Montie Blevins brought $7.7."> on the Denver market Tuesday. This is the highest price ever paid on th Denver market for this class of cattle. WALDEN. COLORADO. July 4. 1012 Wilson Nominated On 46th Ballot. Woodrow Wilson, governor of New Jersey, was nominated as the Democratic candidate for president by the convention at Baltimore on' the 46th ballot. He received 990 out of a total of 1088 votes. Clark received 84. Later on a motion made by Senator Stone,of Missouri, the nomination was made unanim -OUB. - ' Governor Marshall, Indiana, was nominated for vice-president and a “tariff for revenue only” plat form was adopted. Trap Shooting Hiram Howard Wins First Prise and Walter Franks Wins Saeond. * The following is the scores made by the Trap Shooters lu the contest held on the morning of the 4th. C E. Mitchel 20 Ed. Howard 20 C. H. Fischer :. .20 Hiram Howard 20 Walter Franks 10 John Bulls ..18 , Hill. .'.tW Chas. Bulls 14 Waldron 14 R C. Bcrugee 13 In shooting off the tie for first prise' Hiram Howard won. Walter Frank* won second prire. Base Ball Game Walden Team One Boore Ahead At Knd of Fifth Inning When Game Is - Called On Aeeount of Italn. i The ball game was called at 11 o'clock. • The Rand team got the bats and made four score*. Tho game was called 6dr at the ond of the fifth inning on account of rain when the score stood 8 to 7 in favor of Walden. Ernest Leslie, of Granby, acted as umpire. The game Friday, the weather per mitting, will be between Granby ami Walden. Real Estate. Cttty property for sale cheap. Houses and lots. Chas. L. P. Winscom. Notice. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at tho office of th© secretary of I. O. O. F. lodge No. 118, Walden, Colo., for the construction of an I. O. O. F. hall in accordance wjth plans and specificn tions on file. Bids to be in not later tOuin July 6th, 1912 at f> p. m. Comm ittee reserves right to reject any and all bids. Signed A. L. Fox. A. G. Maine. M. C. Ward. Building Committee. Married at Court House. MiBB Bertha C. Seyfield and Mr. E D. Miller, of Rand, were married on Thursday morning, by A. G. Maine, al the court house. The New Era joins their friends ini washing them a long and happy mar ried life. ~ ... 1 1 Dr. MdCulium was called from Lar- , amie Wednesday, to see George Tny lor, Who is seriously ill with pneu monia. Dr. McCallum performed a ; slight’operation, allowing a formation of pus to escape from the patient’s chest, and it is now hoped that he is on the road to recovery. Do not fail to call at the Barnes'. D. G. Co. for your wearing apparel,as prices are slashed in ordor to close , Itov. Dean Bode, of Laramie, was n I caller at the New Era office Thursday J afternoon. Mr. Jones, of the First National Bank of Laramie, came up the Fourth, t<* celebrate. Frank Murphy of Spicer was a call er at the New Era office Tuesday. Chas. Bulls and Burr Lobdell came down from Pearl to celebrate. There are no better trout than those In North Park. Four inch suow at Pinkhamton today. | Hold That Order jK v> •- * > Our Jno. M. Westfall will call on you for that hay ing order. Don’t get impatient for he will slight no one and quality considered he will make absolutely the Low „ est Prices. We buy in car-load lots and carry a com > plete stock in the following lines: ; Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles, Binders, Renovators, Plows, Disc Har n J rows, Hay Presses, Deering Mowers, it \ ,«■■■ ■ Osborne Hay Rakes, Manure Spreaders, Nails, Barb Wire, Staples, Plows, Groc i eries, Grain, Rock Salt, Boots, Shoes, L' Hats, Etc. The Ames Mercantile Co. Walden - Colorado Johnson Defeats Flynn Flynn Is Defeated by Johnson In the Ninth Round. Johnson Still Champion Heavyweight Pugilist of the World. Johnson gets the decision in the Ninth round on a foul. Referee Ed. Smith so decides, and the negro still holds the belt as the champion heavyweight pugilist of the world, 'Hie announcement was made at the ’it'gixiui.'g of the fight that u*e rounds would be two minutes in length with olio minute intervals between rounds. There are five thousand spectators present nt the light., live hundred of \\ lioin are women. Johnson entered ring at 2:27. Ed Smith, referee rcc’d telgram: “Will you net for in in arranging contest between .‘go . nnott and .lack Johnson. Advise J«.»uson we will give him $20,000 for his end, to box Jinnett here. Kindly announce and wire Johnson’s reply." Ed and Jeff McMahan, Sidney, Australia. The Fight By Rounds. Round Oine. 2:42 —: 247. Simla hands and Smith gives rules. John son punches left upper cut to head. Clinch. Smith breaks them. Flynn breaks in and lands right and left to body. Johnson lands loft to jaw Clinch. Flinn bores in clinch. John son holds Flinns arms. Johnson a left upper cut w.hilo Flynn covers in clinch. Flynn lands right and left to body.. Johnson uses right upper cut and lelt to jaw. Round 2. Flynp bores in and takes tv4o left hooks to ear. Flynn did little damage. In the breakaway Johnson lands to FJynns left eye. Flynn bores in clinch Flynn lands left hook to jaw. Flynn puts right and left to Jaw and Jack lands right uppercut to jaw. Johnson lands left hook to jaw. Round 3. Neither fighter lias anything. Flynn loses a land on loft jaw. And right: hook to the wind. Johnson smiles. Jack still wears the golden smile. Flynn lands right and left to the wind. Johnson lands Round 4. Flynn rushes and takes left jab. Johnson smiles and lands right upper cut to jaw. Flynn puts right and left to head. Clinch. John son lands right and left to mouth. Flynn puts right and left to wind. Johnson smiling. Flynn lands left jab to ear and left right to body. Flynn lands two hard lefts to jaw. Johnson only smiles. Rounds oven. Mlvnn bleeding nose and moirth. Round 5. Flynn bores In and lands left to wind. Jack Jmts left to jaw. Flynn lands uppercut and left to body. Johnson lands' left to nose. Jacks golden smilo fades a way when FJynn lands on jaw. Flynn lands right and left jabs to wind. Flynn bores in and lands right, and loft to jaw. Johnson lands left hook. Flynn lands to body and Johnson calls referee on Flynn butting. John son lands left to jaw. Flynn bores in and lands left to jaw and right to body. Jack puts right uppercut to jaw. FJynn lilts Johnson with ids head. Flynn lands right and left to jaw. Round 6. Botli do defensive work in tills round and fight is even. Round 7. Flynn bores in and butts Ids head against Johnson. NUMBER 18 Jack lands left to Flynn’s noso. Flynn delivers left swing to jaw. Clinch. 'ln breaking away Flynn lam rigi t uppercut to jaw*. Jack lands with left and right uppercut on Flynn* Flynn delivers two rights to Jaw. Jack lands right and left to Jaw. Clinch. Jack bleeding from mouth. Jacks round. Round 8. FJynn bores in. Jack lands left uppercut to Jaw. Clinch. Flynn lands left to jaw. and right to body. Jack holds Jim back with his left, and puts two right uppercuts to Jim’s jaw. Clinch. Jack holds Jim right. Flynn butts Johnson with head. Jack lands right and left to jaw. Clinch. Flynn lands left and right to wind. Clinch. On tho brea Flynn butts again. Johnson refuses to break. Referee calls for Flynn for butting Jack still holds Flynn’s arms and clinches. Jacks round. Round 9. Flynn bores in and lund left and right to wind. Flynn bores in again and lands left to body Jack lands right upper cut to jaw Flynn bores in and lands left and right to body. Flynn butted Jack with head. Flynn has been warned sev eral times by refree for butting. Flynn claims Jack was holding him and it wlis necessary to butt to get loose. Flynn was badly bruised and his nose whs bleeding and left eye sadly discolored. Jack had no marks except a bad cut on the mouth w'hich come from Flynn’s butting. Fight stopped by police on account of foul tactics of Flynn. Jack gets docision. Good night. Fight is over. Miss Rose Adella Davison, temper ana* organizer, will lecture in tho M. E. church at Walden, Sunday, June 30th., at 8 o’clock, and on tho following Thursday evening, July 4th Will give a recital and a lecture re cital on Friday ovening and a talk to women Saturday a. m. She will finish her work in Walden Sunday, July 7th, after which a reception will be given her at the M. E. church, on Monday ovening. Miss Davison was here last sum mer and all were’ fascinated with her who heard lior. A cordial in vitation Is extended to all.