Walden, Sunday, July 14, 1901:
Suuduy School 11:0U a. m. Kpworth
League (1:30 p. m. Preaching Ser
vices 7:30 p. in. Services conducted
by Rev. C. B. Wilson.
The Hollingsworth Bakes for sale
by ('. C. Fliniau.
When in Laramie fiat at Gem City
Cafe, 210, 2nd st.
Don’t forget to be at the Referee's
Court July 10th. It is Hide A in
your pocket to do so.
Don’t forget Children's Da\ at the
church next Sunday at two o’clock,
p. in. P.rogratu elsewhere in this
The Ladies of Walden will serve
ice-cream and cake the'2oth of July
at the Town Hall from 3 to 4 o’clock
in tla* afternoon, also during the
Bohn—To Mr.- and Mrs. Dryer,
July 7th, a daughter. Mr and Mrs,
Marshall of Hayden, parents of Mrs.
Dryer came over the range to visit a
few days. Mrs. Dryer's sister is also!
visiting her and may remain all sum
('has. Winslow and I’lysse Weave
of Fort Collins were pleasant callers J
at the Thursday They
are on their way to Steamboat for an
outing of a week or two. Mr. Weave
was a member <*t the 104th 111. In
fancy during the civil war.
Always do your thinking before
you buy. We carry a full line of
new and second hand furniture, as
well as household hardware. Will
give any and all mail orders from a
fish hook to a seventy four strict at
tention. McCukkky & Book,
P. O. box 727, Ft. Collins, Colo.
Mrs. 11. C. Ohedsey, of Hebron,
met with a severe accident last Sun
day. In jumping from the carriage
to open a gate her fool struck a stone
uud turned so as to cause a severe
sprain of the ankle. She was at once
brought to town and Dr. Fischer gave
her medical attention. She will per
haps be lame for several weeks.
A pleasant little picnic that our
reporter failed to chronicle last week
occurred the 4th of July on the his
toric banks of the Michigan—that is,
that elevated hunk, or bluff rather,
w here the rooks reach nearest to I
heaven. A small band of both sexes
spent a few delightful hours in war
bling sweet songs, and proclaiming
in accents loud and gesticulation wild
that in spite of hot weather and mul
titudinous mosquitoes, all men are
created equal, and a lot of other such
patriotic platitudes to their hearts'
content After entertaining their
audience a sufficient length of time
this band of stalwart patriots quietly
dispersed, and peacefully wended
their way homewards, humming, us a
kind of doxology,“Blest bo the tie that
binds our hearts,” &e, or at least our
reporter guessed the song was some
thing like that.
ml IK present growth spurs
us on to greater efforts.
Recently this company
I bought out the firm that occupied
this building for so many years.
It has done a great business in the
We shall do more in the future.
We are making a bid for popular
patronage by using plain, clean, holi
est methods that the public wil! tie
We are here to serve yon faithfully;
want this store to be pointed out and
spoken of as the place where all
classes of the community mav come
and feel that they are being dealt
with in absolute fairness.
The next time you are in Fort jM
Collins come in and see us. II
Send us your
mail orders; they
will be promptly
Successor To The C. R. WELCH CO..
W. V. Roberts, Manager
Jort Qollins, Colorado.
- Mercantile Co.
Fort Collins'Busy Store
Saving the trade money
in dry goods, shoes,
carpets and groceries
Prints. 3c to 5c yd.
Lonsdale bleached muslin, 7c.
Fruit of the Loom muslin, 7c.
Good bleached muslin, -lie. 5,54 c.
Pep pc roll 9-4 bleached sheeting,
Mesial Sh Values.
Carpets, matched ind sewed, 574 c
yd. Best all wool, extra super.
Cane granulated sugar, $O.OO sack.
Arm & Hammer soda. 5c lt>.
Horse Shoe tobacco, 40c lb.
Flour, Defiance, $1 40 sack.
Crackers, soda or oyster. 5c lb
Pure food sweet corn. $2.25 case.
Hamburg sweet corn. $1.75 case.
Buy Here, be
cause it pays you
Fort Collins, Colorado.
Always First to
Good ’ Light\
CALL AT THIS OFFICE.
Ten inilk cows at my- —tea
miles west of Walden.
Jl4tf J. T. Siiippey.
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