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J. S. KINO SELLS OUT Succeeds in Selling nearly every thing at the sale Saturday. Intends to open up real estate office i n Laramie. J. S. King succeeded in selling nearly everything he had to sell at the big sale Saturday. A large crowd attended, from all over the Park, quite a number went down from Walden The sale lasted nearly all day. Mr. King intends to open a real estate office in Laramie soon, where he will handle North Park ranches, as he is well experienced in this line he ought to do a good business there. A free lunch Avas served after the sale | to all who were there. And after every one had appeased their appetites a couple of rooms were cleared and the evening till 12 o’clock was speut in dancing and all had a good time while it lasted. Newton Bellairs and Mrs. L. A. Coe furnished the music. Play 10 Inning Game The Ball players chose up sides Sunday afternoon and the fastest and best game of the season ensued, Chas. Emigh and Frank Mostnan doing the choosing. At the end of the oth inning the score stood 19 to PJ and then they played another inning in which Mos mans team won out by 1 score. The ninth inning was the feature of the game. Mosmaus team came to the bat first-with the score standing 19 to 10 in favor of the other side. Three runs made by Charley Dow, Frank Loucks and Frank Mosman evened things up, and then Mosman blanked the other side in fine style, only allowing two runs. m THE LINEUP mosman’s Emigh’s A. Siebert c Emigh Mosman p Pierce C. Dow Ist b Duvall Mitchell 2nd b Matthews Loucks 3rd b S. Huffman R. McCullough s s Hankins C. Boston If E. Boston R. Dow r c f Riddle Brownlee r f H. Dow Wm. McCullough, Umpire. Obituary. Wm. M. Hunter, son of J. J. and Mary Hunter, was born in Clinton Co., 111., March 31, and died at the home of his parents near Cowdrey Colo., June G, 1910. Age, thirty-nine years, two months and seven days. He leaves to mourn their loss his Father and Mother, two sisters, Mrs. F. E. Lyon, and Mrs Wm. Gilmore, and five brothers, Thomas, Charles 8., Harry, Joseph and Edwin. Mr. Hunter just arrived from Texas a short time ago where he spent the win ter. Ho was stricken with an attack of heart trouble Saturday night, and the doctor was summoned early the next morning, but be was beyond medical aid. He crossed the Great Divide Sun da^uiglit. service was held in the THE NORTH PARK W. C. T. U. There was a splendid turnout to the Decoration Day Program. One day early in March Mr. Rogers spoke to a member of the W. C. T. U. to kvow if we would not prepare a Decoration Day program. At a regular meeting soon afterward a committee was appointed, and to those who attend ed it is needless to say that the com mittee is deserving of great credit. The people of North Park showed a good do gree of patriotism, having come from * - -Mid near to attend the juogram. Why Denver Celebrated. On the night following the announce ment in Dem\r that tin 1 voters had de feated an effort I o rid the city of sal oons, pandemonium broke loose in cel ebration of the event. Reports from the charming city tell of wild orgies in ho'els, restaurants and dives. The wealthy and near-rich drank chain jwtgne until the small hours of the morning, while the less affluent seemed content with less aristocratic hev» rages. But nil who felt inclined to lejoice joined in some form of celebration What did they celebrate? Why did THE NEW ERA In God We Trust; All Otliers Cash, cr Good Security. M. E. Church of Walden, Tuesday after noon at 1:30 o’clock and was largely -at tended Interment was in the Walden i cemetery. The bereaved family has the smypathy of the entire community. Mason Gets 60 Days and S4OO - Mason, the notorious boot legger will again go to jail. He receiv a sentence of GO days and a fine of S4OO this afternoon from Judge Stover in the police court. His wife was sentenced to serve 90 days and pay a fine of SSOO and costs. She was informed that on im mediate payment of fiue and costs, jail sentence in her case would be suspend ed. She “came through” with the money while hor husband was led down stairs. —Ft. Collins Courier. REPORTS from RAND Mr. J. W. Welch returned from Den ver on Wednesday and brought his mother in for a visit. Leslie Ish made a trip to Granby and | back last week. Mrs. Brocker visited Rand on Thurs day. Tom Howard returned from Walden on Thursday. He had a fine time while in Walden. Mrs. Oscar Ish has been spending a few days with her mother-in law at Sterling Isli’s. J. W. Welch has a splendid big new stage that he got while in Denver. Little Elsie Allen celebrated her eighth birthday last .week by a party fora num her of her little friends. They had a lovely time. Harry Howard has been helping Wash Alderdicefor a couple of weeks. Wash is making some improvements on his homestead. Jack Smith spent Sunday at home. Fred says the Ridings boys have things down pat now. Whenever they cook a new dish they are not real sure of, they try it on the Slack kids before they try it. It’s fine for the kids and so far some of them have been very sick. John Jurgeuson is busy hauling freight from Granby for Wm. Welch. Mr. and Miss Lieuallen have gone over to the west side to work for Mr. Ninegnr. Mrs. Donelsou and girls, Mrs. Chase, and Mrs Parsons all spent Sunday after noon with Mrs. House. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all who so kindly aided us in our late trouble. J. J. Hunter and Family. Public Sale. J. B. Siebart will have an auction sale at his ranch near Cowdrey on Saturday, June 25th. Bo sure to attend. Found. On June Bth, a red milch cow, with bell on, branded Z I T came to the pas ture at Larson Bros, ranch. Owner can have hor by paying for this advertise ment. W. J. Barnes left on Monday morn ings stage for the outside. He expects to be gone about a week. they celebrate? Oh there is abuudan cause for thanksgiving if one is inclined to be thankful for such things. The op portunity still exists for the young men and young women to get an early and easy start on the downward way. What miglu have proved a hindering or delaying influence has been removed. Isn’t that enough cause for rejoicing? And then we must not forget the homes. With the assurance that the saloons and dives are to be retained there is no doubt that a few moie, at least a few more homes may be wreck ed The saloon is the enemy of the I .>me. and tlmt the saloon wins ought to be sufficient cause for merry making. Then there is tiie taxpayer Of course ho is happy, tor it is a privilege to pay one’s money for the support of jails, asylums, poor houses, and jienitent iarios. The taxpayer must have enjoy ed tin* affair greately, because it would have deprived him of a large part of his burden hearing pleasure had the saloons been closed. Isn’t it strange how prone we aro to forget to rejoice over those things we sol.uld ho thankful for?—Taken from the Womans .National Daily. WALDEN, COLORADO, JUNE 9, 1910 OLIVER BARBER TAKEN TO DENVER Physicians at Denver Declare That There is Little Hope for His Recovery. At an examination of Oliver Barber in the county hospital at Denver, the phys icians declared him to be insane and expressed small hopes for his recovery. The first cause anyone had to doubt his sanity was last winter in Nebraska, when he did not seem to be just right, but as he seemed to get alright again his actions at the time were attributed to the effects of typhoid fever, from an attack of which he was just recovering. He came hack to the Park and seemed to be alright until about two weeks ago. when he again became violent. Sheriff Boston took him to Denver about a week ago, where he was lodged in the insane ward in the county hospital un an examination could be made. The doctors said that there was not mnch hope of his recovery as his condition was caused by softening of the brain. He was placed in a sanitarium in Den ver, where he will receive the best care and treatment. We join his many other friends in of fering our deepest spmpathy to the par ents and relatives of this young man, who was stricken in the prime of life by this terrible malady. Echoes From Haworth. The Sunday School was reorganized Sunday, June sth, at the School House, i There were about twenty five present i and the promises for a successful sum i mer are good. Everyone is invited, i Come and join us. ; Miss Florence Kiramons was elected Superintendent of our Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Smith entertain ed the teacher, Miss Hill, Saturday and < Sunday at their beautiful mountain i home. ' * Mrs. F. T. Woods and children were i entertained by Mrs. Dan MacFarlane i one day last week. Mr. Frank Murphy of Spicer was over in our neighborhood several days last ! week surveying ditches on his ranch. Mr. George Winterburn has been do- , ing some carpentering at the School house. Mr. W. H. Winscom has finished his census work. Mrs. W. H. Winscom and nephew, Laurie Kermode, spent Sunday with W. H. Kerr on the Canadian. Mrs F. W. Woods and children and the Misses Florence and Mable Kimmons drove to the Queen city of Jackson Co. one day last week. Mr. Kirt Dryer spent Sunday on the ranch. Dan McFarlane ppent Sunday with his mother on the west side. Mr. Pierce’s family have moved out from Walden to the ranch for the sum mer. Mr. Fred Yaker went fishing one day last week and caught twenty-three fish. Local Happenings John Ross was over from Hebron Monday. Oliver Allard was up from his ranch Tuesday. Victor Hanson was seen on our streets Saturday Frank Murphy was over from Spicei yesterday. Mr. Pierce came down from his ranch yesterday. Chas. Mitchell was a Walden visitor Wednesday. Horace Greenly went over to Coal mont Tuesday. Clarence and Earl Boston were in from the ranch Sunday. Dan Hanson came in on the stage Monday uiglit from Laramie. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Sidener were down from the Case ranch Saturday. Wm. Westholm was down from Larson Bros, ranch yesterday. Mr Law’ still continues to improve and will soon be able to be about. Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Lyons were up from their ranch near Podunk Friday. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Balk win and son Edwin were down from Rand Satur day. ARRESTED FOR ARSON Louis Pache Arrested for Burning Mother’s House-Will Be Re membered as Slayer of His Father. Louis Pache, the 20 year old son of Mrs. J. P. Vuagniaux, who will bo re membered by North Parkers as having killed his father at their home on the Laramie River several years ago, was arrested near Laramie Saturday on a charge of arson. Ho is accused of burn ing his mother’s house and barn near Ft- Sanders Friday night. The officers decline to state just how much evidence they have*against young Pache. He is said to have set fire to the bain and'then'the houso, alarming the occupants of the house, Mr, Harris, a traveling salesman, and his family by pounding on the door, after he had got the fire well started. Harris was awak ened by the pounding and on going to the door he found the house enveloped in flames and saw a man running away. The house was burned to the ground, and all the furniture destroyed. There was $2,500 insurance on the house and furniture and the barn. Paolie’s pre liminary hearing will be’held some time this w’eek. Louis Pache will be remembered as the slayer of hip father, August Paclie, about six years ago at their Jiome on the Laramie River. His father threatened to kill his mother when the boy stepped in and shot his father, killing him in stantly. Youug Pache was discharged at the preliminary hearing on a plea of justification. Additional Locals. The Ball Game Sunday was a very close one. The Rough Necks won by a sos»m£rf 1. Judge Shippey, Miss June Shippey, and Mr. and Mi’s. Valdai Shippey were j in the city Tuesday. John Anderson went through town yesterday on his way to the railroad after a load of grain. Lindsey Coe and wife and Mrs. Post came up Sunday from Kings whore they attended the Sale Saturday. Floyd Cross and a friend of his are here from the valley visiting with Mr. Cross’s cousin, Frank Wilson. Emerson Rogers came in on the stage j Monday evening. Ho has been to Rock River Wyo., for a couple of months. Mrs. Charles Connors, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pierce, is here from Fort Collins visiting with her parents. Albert Rogers and Fred McKinzie have returned to the Park. “We love the outside, but Oh! you North Park.” Walden visitors Wednesday: Jay Sidener, Henry Boston, E. A. Barber, Frank Smith, Bruce Kerr, Guy Richard son, Wm. Angel. Monday visitors: Johnuie Peterson, Norm McDonald, Thos. Vila. Dan MacFarlane, Ed Johnson and wife and S. S. Brownlee. Leslie Timbrel took Alec Hayden and Paul Bath to Hebron Monday. They have been sojourning in the city for the last week or two. Clarence and Albert Manville were in from the Platte. Clarence reports that he has just finished a large barn for J. H. Dickons at Spicer. Pete Malloney of Coalmont was over from that noble burg Monday. While here he became affiliated with a sage brush grubber, and thought so much of it that he took it back with him. Wm. Dryer had liis sale yesterday and sold nearly everything ho had up at a pretty good price in spite of the fact that there was only a small crowd in town. Mr. Dryer is going to Idaho to locate this summer. Albert Manville went to Krenimling Saturday and returned Monday, bring ing with him his sister, Ella. Miss Irene Murphy, and Mrs. Elmer Million Miss Manville and Miss Murphy have boon attending school in Boulder this winter, and Mrs. Mallon has been in Denver a couple of weeks visiting friends and : relatives. Coalmont Commercial Co. Ilebron, Colo. JUST IN —Fresh lino of 1 ' audios, Nuts Fruits and Crackers—Leather and Gum Soled Rubber Boots for irrigating pur- I loses. ODONNE, The 2,000 poundiDraft=horse Owned by Stewart Kennedy. f THE AMES I MERCANTILE CO. | The place to buy Your fancy & staple GROCERIES General Merchandise, Meats, Drygoods * Boots, Shoes, etc. iPhone Walden 2 | Agents for The Royal Tailors Surries, Phaetons, and Light Buggies, at a great sacrifice. If Interested, would be pleased to have you come in and look over our stock or drop us a line and we will quote you prices. I w7H7Homday Co. I SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNW 1 dust A Few Items That HANKINS Carries I And Sells At Live and Let Live Prices. 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