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*. K. P. MoCALLUM, Editor and Proprietor. A- 13-nnd JttAN McCALLUU, ' Publlshem S«lnetlptton lUtM. On* Ymr, (In Advan*e) $2.00. Six Martin, (In MmMk) 01.00. ThrM Mate, (In Admin*). $ .60. JLd.-mrtlala.r- DUplxjr Advertisements 1“ The Unite can bo inserted for I 50 (fifty cents) pet inch s month, single col limn. Local notines, iOc. (ten cents) per line for first insertion, and sc. (five cents) per line for each subse quent Insertion. Special rates made Itoosrn on application. tVAII A fvsrtlstment* Colled** For Until Ordered Out_dH 7e*b grintiar* W« do all kinds of Job Work, and pur prices are reasonable. Neatness In style and promptness iu irtirk are guaranteed. Generally, work should ordered about one week before it l? wanted. The Noktu Faux Union Is entered kt the post-office lit Walden, Larimor hounty, Colorado, every Friday as sec bnd-clsss matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1901. Tills is the way we treat Filipluos. beorge Kennhn a Massachusetts sol bier in Paney Island writing to the Out Look, an imperalistic paper, had this to say of onr treatment of Filipino soldiers. No language ever written js sufficiently strong to prdperJy con dem such conduct •‘We have killed the unresisting wounded. “V/e burn native villages near which there has been an ambush, or an httack by insurgent guerillas. “And we (tretfow resorting, directly hr indirectly, to old Bpanisli inquis itorial tfiethods, such as the “water tortuej" in order to compel silent prisoners to kpeak of teluetant wit nesses to testify." Mr. Kcnnan says lliat “It Is painful and humiliating tci have to confess” all this, and that it ‘hvc cannot sub due amt pacify the Filipinos without resorting to (nuttier, torture, and re Concentration, wc are evident I }* c* - gaged in nil enterprise from which wc shall never derive either satisfac (ion of honor.” Week before last The Union vontsined this local: ••Miss Georgia itafcrt qnft school l-.ii.t Friday, arid went home to Owl." The teacher totik exception to it on the ground that the language implied a ,<in tile school. • It la diffi cult to sec bow any one can draw : meaning from words different to theii nftlinary signification. If they do they simply ouehs at it. , Upon Inquiry sluco, the Union has learned that Georgia left school with po criticism of tho teacher at all, but with best wishes for the teacher and 4ohool. Trift St. Louis Gloue Democrat states that the legislatures of twen ty-seven states have passed resold lions favoring an amendment to the V. S. Constitution providing for, the election of IT. S. Senators by direct vote of the peoffle. That is the Way tt should be. And they should go a little farther, acid proyidq for a vote by the people direct for president and vice president Count a* Castellane has done two things in liis life. ..He mar ried an American millipnoiro’s daugh ter a few years ago; and just .recently wounded a Frenchman in a duel. -. Admiral SaiirsoN oats the prize money for destroying the Spanish 11 pet in Santiago harbor. Schley did the wbfk: Sampson gets the pay. Pearl, the Pride Of Big Creek. A pleasant call from Oscar Elmes and Mr. F.-E. Bowjdlear.of Pearl, de velops some interesting facta about the growing center ;of the immense mining interests of J3ig Creek tihstk: First: The iwo story hotel of Ofaa* Snyder ii nesu*ing completion. -The building If 36x60 feet, two Stories high, and Cdhtolns 21 rooms. It If finished in, sieel-imitation brick, -and will be painted and lined to represent a brick betiding, and will be praCti oally fireproof. *3,000 doHh of * first-class fnraitnfe direct from Oma bA, will soon be placed lb tbcbtiOUhig, aU the rooms carpeted and 6ibely fornislnd, will main Vt a desirable resting place for Urn weary traveller and ihining adventurer. The lower rooms are ten feet high end the up per ones eight feet H. I*. Clawsen has the walls of hi* new livery bam up. John and Leonard Knowles arc bnildlog a residence. The store building of Mr. Van Vied: has been commenced and Work will be pushed until the same is Completed. C. C. Fliniau has purchased a lot and will at once erect a grocery store and meat market Mining is being pushed at the Big Horn group, and other companies will put on large forces of men just a* soon at die spring weather will allow successful Work. She—Haye you any strawberries? Dealer—Yes’m. Here they are, $1.50 per box. She—Goodness 1 They’re miser able looking, and so green. Dealer—l know, ma’am, but there ain’t enough in a box to do you any barm—Philadelphia Press. General News Items , And RANDOM COMMENTS. JB. Beals of Butlpr, left aided Tuesday on his wly to Laramie. For dental work in all its branches call one door south of the Union office. Horse Shoe or Star tobacco 424 c. lb at Tyler Cash Store, Ft. Collins. Best quality Table Oilcloths 14c. yd. at Tyler Cash Store, £t. Collins. Amoskeaq Apron Checked Ging hams, the best made, sc. yd. at Tyler Cash Store, Ft. Collins. Special value Embroidery sale at sc. and 10c. yd. Worth 10c. to 25c. yd. Write for samples to m15m29 Tyler Cosh 6tore, Ft Collins. Mr. Wm. Kefr made a short busi ness trip to Laramie during tile lust week. Mrs. Lou. Moore c&ino into town on Wednesday s stage for a stay of a day or two. Miss Ollie Snyder returned by stage Tuesday night, from a long visit in Boulder. Rev. and Mrs. Wilson have been spending a few days out in the Park ? around among the bretbern. Dr. Morse left this morning on the stage to visit Ins scarlet fever pa tients near Mountain Home. Mr. 0. W. Webber, a veterinary surgeon, arrived in town Wednesday night, and will remain for awhile. \ Mr. Cbds. Rector has, been engaged to teach (ho school at Hebron. The term will begin early ih April and continue nil summer. First class onions just picked over, $2.50 per hundred by thp rack. Cab bage, $2.00 per hundred by the sack, C. fi. Mosman. dV. F. flonclaon of Rdnd has re cently purchased a herd of 551 cattlo and brought them into North Park, fie secured them in Western Wyom ing. Dave Hendrickson ot Pinkhamton, niadc a visit to Walden Wednesday. He is interested in a mine on the Medicine Jlow range, that he is de veloping. It flow appears that the Nebraska penitentiary recently burned, was set on flrfe by the prisoner*?, hoping there by to make their escape. But an old experienced officer was in charge, and did not open cells until the day guard had bpgn called out Not a prisoner escaped. Possibly the repnhlkrans might be willing tp waive the other seven con ditions if the .Cubans would accept condition number four, and promise not to disturb the “lavrfql rights ac quired’ ' in Cuba by the men who have been down there ..looking after franchises and concessions.—The Comm'oner. Having sold out all hia landed interests in anti around Walden, Elder I. H. Greene and family started for their new home over- towards the Laramie river last Tuesday morning. Mr. Greene was the Pioneer settler of Walden. Has watched it grow dur ing all the years it had been a trad ing point and now goes into the unbroken forests of (be Medicine Bow range to hew out a new home knd a fortune in the wilderness. All his old friends at Walden wish him knd his family success and happiness in their new hoirte. Won Without Trying. . ammm—mmm, A minister Was one day walking •long a roadyjmd to hia astoniahment he d*W a erwWd df hoys aitting in frofat of a ring. With a snail dog in the neater.' When be cane up to th6m he pot the following qneartons: '“What are you doing to tfifc dog?" The Old Canoe. By General Albert Pike. When the rocks are gray ami the shore is steep, And the waters below look dark and deep, Where the rugged pine, in its lone’y pride, Leans gloomily over the mutky tide, Where the reeds and rushes are long and rank, And the weeds grow thick on the winding bank, Where the shadow is heavy the whole day through, There lies at its moorings the old canoe. The useless paddles are idly dropped, Like a sea-bird’s wings that the storms had loFFed* And crossed on the railing, one o’er one, Like the folded hands when the work is done; While busily back and forth between, The spider stretches bis silvery screen, And toe solemn owl, with his dull “too-hoo," Settles dowb on the side of the old canoe. The stett, half sunk in the slimy wave, Rots slowly away in its living grave, And the green moss fereeps o’er its dull decay, Hiding its mouldering dust away; Like the band that plants o’er the totnb a flower; Or the ivy that tnantles the falling tower; While many a blossom of lovliest hue Springs up o’er the stern of the old canoe. The currentless waters are dead and still, But the light wind plays with the boat Ut will; And lazily in and out again It floats the leoglh of the rusty chain, Like the weary march of the hands of time, That meet and part at the noontide chiale; And the shore is kissed at each turning anew, By the dripping bows of the old canoe. Ob, many a time, with a careless hand, I have pushed it away from the pebbly strand, And paddled it down where the streSm runs quick; Where the whirls are wild and the eddies are thick, And laughed as I leaned o’er the rocking side. And I looked below iu the broken tide, To see that the faces and l>oats were two, That were mirrored back from the old canoe. But, now, as I lean o’er the crumbling side, And look below in the sluggish tide, The face that I see there is graver grown, And the laugh that I hear has a soberer tone, And the hands that lent to the light skiff wings Have grown familiar with sterner things. But 1 love to tliinft of the hours that sped As I rocked where tile whirls their white spray spread, Ere the blossoms waved, or the green grass grew O’er the mouldering stern of the old canoe. Onr tea .returned if we fail. Any one Bending sketch and description of i any invention will promptly receive our opinion free concerning the patent, ability of same. -How to Obtain a Patent” cent upon request. Patents second through n* advertised for kale at onr expense. Patent taken out through us reeeivo special notice, without charge, ti Th* Pawrr Rxcohd, an illustrated end widely circulated journal, oo—dfod by Manufacturers and Investors. Bend lor sample copy FRf K< Address, VICTOR J. IVANS A 00., (Patent Attorney* a) ■van* Building, WASHINGTON, D. O. One little boy said; ‘‘Whoever veils | the biggest lie wins it" ~ “Oh," said the minister, ‘*l nm sur prised at you little boys, for when 1 was like ydu I never told lies/’ There was silence for awhile, until one of tow Boys shouted: “Hand him VP toe dog!"—London Labor Leader. When Papa Was A Little Boy. “When papa was a little boy. You really couldn't Had In all the State of Washington A child so quick to mind. Ilia mother never called but mice, • And he was always there; lid ucver made the baby cry, Or pulled his sister's hair. “lie never slid down balusters,. , y>or made the slightest noise; And never in his life was known To fight with other boys, tie always studied hard at school, And got hia lessons right; And cbopfhng wood and milking cows 1 Were papa’* chief delight “He always rose at Bix o'cloik. And went to bed at eights ■ And never lay SbtxMill noon . And never sat up late. • He finished Latin,French and Greek When be was ten years old, And Knew the Spanish alphabet As Soon as lie wai told. (< He nerer grumblod When he bad To do the evening chords, And nC'er in ell hte life forgot TO shot the stable doors. tie Sever, nerer thohght of play Until his work was done, He labored hard from break of day Jntil the set of sun. ' lie never scraped his mnddy shoes Upon the parlor floor, And he never answered haok his ms. And never banged the door " I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FORT COLLINS, COLORADO. Established 1881. tal and Surplus, 150,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. F. C. Avery. President; L. C. Moore,Cashier; jC. K. Welch, Vice President; K. I). Avery, j Assistant Cashier ; I. W. Ilennet, F. R. Balder, J Thomas n. Davy, J. C. Evans. F. N. B. Scott. | Transacts n General Banking Business. But truly I could nhyCr tee, ” baid little Dick Malloy, j ‘ How he could never do these Things j And really be a boy." 1 —Youth’s Companion. i Foudre valley bank. I ■ r ® L f ; Of Fort Collins, Colo. DIRECTORS. Atoer Loomis, Pres. Jas. B. Arthur, V.Pree. C. H. Sh«ldon, Cashier. V. \Y. Wolf. A-Cr. C, B. Andrew a. N. C. Alford. T. H. Robertson. W. C. Stovor O. W. Dailey, ■ . > Attorney. ■' Pint Nat’l Bank Bl’k, Fort Collins, - • Colorado. WRITE ■r~‘ EDWARDS, BDDROW $ KISSOCK, Fart Collins, Colorado, f When y*i vast Isiwsis. Dsads carrsctty f j Srawa, ItfsmaUsa Ast tHlas, er basiaarj I I •attS sy<s* Ciaaty Ofsifi>r» ttiat Mads pur- I £ waai attaattpa, AMtrarti at this FartlsksA J Chaifw Always treasonable. * S.E. CLARK, <s> DentisT fat Collin, tt FtUAK J. Ahnis, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR. At LAW Hnom« «tod For4 COIJJKS - - i.G'ViCRAIX H. F. STURDEVANT, I I Attorney. I NOTARY - - - - PUBLIC. | United States Commissioner, District of B Colorado, r REAL EBTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. Walden, - - Colu. j P.W. FISCHER, M~D.j Physician and Surgeon. , ■EST»IA«m» . . - Colorß.d.o. - - " , Geo. Wi Morse, M. D. Physician and Surgeon,; Walden. Colorado. ' G E ALEXANDER, ASSAYER, CHEMIST, MINING ENGINEER Cyanide Testing A Specialty. 1736 Champa Street, Denver, Colo. UllldE. BO YEARS' JJI L ■ m f i 1 I J t I 1 ■ k ■ A w m 1 9 PfTf “ ' Copyrights Ac. adiSiraSfflf SR&S'ASBBTS aSfciHjssi*^ Scientific American. A lwadaoßStr Ilhwtreted wsskljr. I+nmttto* ssn?Aunn&9aas; MUNN j;Co.»«'»"—* Rew York Branch Office. 06 F Bt_ Washington. V. C. ETHICS OF GAMBLING. } Mrs. Smmllis Bf»rov«a Her kaal for litrcMlac a Dsslra Co Bot os s loro Thlsf. • "Woman,” stomerked Mr. (loosellng, of Georgetown, to a Washington Star reporter, "is heaven's best gift to man, but whether it means a married woman or not I am not so certain. “Now, there’s my wife; I’ve known a good many .women in my time, nnd I don’t think I’d be willing to change her for any woman I ever met, saw or heard of. . We’ve been married DO years, nnd in all that time we’ve never hud a cross word that we didn’t get disposed of somehow before we had many more. It’a the only way to get along with a woman. I’d rath er yield a dozen times a day thnn to eat the kind of a meal my wife can have brought on the table when she’s u mind to. I’m willing to make os inuuy concessions as the next man, , BIGGEST FOOL IN *EN STATES. > but I really think there la a limit that any reasonable woman ought, to observe. Not that my wifa is not as reasonable ae nay other married woman, mind yon, for she i>. . lint there are times when she makes me doubt the strict accuracy of the time honored maxim I have quoted. Now, for instance, the other day I was do ing something or other around Hue house, like a man has a right to do on his own premises, and,, just as tnen sometime® do, I put my finger vri>ere I had no business to put it, and hit it h liok with the hammer. “‘Well,’ said I to myself, though my wil'o was sewing by the window on the c'ther side of the room, Til bet I’m the biggest darn fool in ten St ates.’ "All of which I had a perfect right to say, but my wife looks up froffc her work, nnd says she: " ‘William,’ aayw she, ‘donH- you know that you have no right to bet on a certainty^* "That’s what she said, and tinder the circumstances what on earth could I say but nothing, and that’s w'hat I said. But I hit that nail a lick with the hammer that drove It clear in over its head and broke a 1 paacf of glass that ooat a dollar to r*placs.” '■ . ~ 1 , : 4 v W? )0 ANI> TUBV NEVER CAME BACK ANY MORI Lands Fir Salt] mf|TTENTION! Parties who fj Is are looking for one of the best J§o situations in the state of Col orado to buy irrigated tracts, either large or small, upon easy terms, with perpetual “water rights, near town site, railroad bieng operated directly through the valley. The present crop of wheat for 1900 is estimated at over two million bush els. Hay, alfalfa, small grain and potatoes do well there. Price, from $20.00 per acre up, including per petual water right sufficient to ir rigate same. The above land will be sold on ten years time to good parties. For further particulars in regard •o this land we would refer you to Jo hn L Hlton, 1430 Santa Fe Ave., Denver, Colo.. Or North Park Union, Walden, Colorado; Also a new town building on the D enver & Rio Grande rail" ay to which this land is contiguous MONTROSE BICYCIjBiFREE E^w'lLL Hop 4ft oUUn*for you rang'-t for *njr where UjL SKST mr\ MB NlH> At trar Smlal Aaent*a wnpl*j-i 1. uyi V/lIH to tha graufc* bargain in a.Mcycla cw off< r* : or. . - to any NO *uml on UMmaritet, and yon i“ •• 1 ml 1 I M llinia If you do not tlnd Haw wnrinnt Wr . HMM MAjrtTrACIWBMBi and taka «lu -ai* .-f . ■ f fyBI HI IIVIB O* I*W ROoKU. Tht« offer <: a ' nn» wbr ) mL\ i ■ I I MV II il nllH made (oMnr» » RIDER ADEKI.n • • spimiiFickfioMs".. ■\ «n*b l-.nproYod ei,%uHtT rorlc. to handle bM| A£b Towni tbje. ■.AsEfiWfl Badaia, toole and AcccYjoriM tb- o~>l ... ._ 1 M nfirooa or coach *rj(an.ni«Ulyrti'4i -1 a. H Ah f \ ■ flnUhrd nickeling on all bright parta .V-, tJ of material that fOM Into tala machine. Oar)un<ii )i , • F \ inU MQdirM a nnnlna B«r4J«k lO.OW rtlle hnrrel P / J A \m ora hteAgraoa floor pump. Your money aii back u . A!\ \0 rUCiB Bfucn • w# do not manataetore the cheap J«t«n L ullMr If lIEELwf mentatore kind cf wlftejs. meh ** mah. dm 1 Jm ooneaffN and amply houaea adrertlae and acll aa hi«h cm.le. We run furni.h il.m I V aovarer.atffi to •Tapped; orß-Tt to M&Moompiete. Wa do not Kuarantev n ri. vki i mwd them. BETRE «H»nnio a btcyoU of any one alae. no iua*ut who or WJot cheap, writ# no and lot no tell you how much wattn nave Ton on tha wnA marnioe if you imaDl Ela BUY wheel »« can oaelrt tr EARN A in CLE *»T »*-* in UMIKX 10 Bill trlbiiUmrcalahMraeoforußarewdaja W«n- .l.neprwi In each town for Ihla purroec. We ha to aert-ral hundred N ECO Au»MA?il» WHEEIA Nr.enlni. .. “hjc.lw will clo«e out »tM to Aioeachi alv> aoma aliopwom tuunplaa and W modclai very chcam »ona lor ii>/t*w ni'K UKLIAAiLIT Yls i.ni|UMtioiied. Wo refer to any bank or bosiae*s hooae In < nlcjK f ''. or ar y 'rr*w«* ■nliroad ooi:ipv r . will send you letteracf lefereuce direct from the latvcat bmihe In Chi wro !r : i ° ,J nrv|an VniiSt OfflCOHn?' TbUnwatrtcoondtheseapeatal terma«T shipmentwlthouttlepewtwit iijNlJ lUr i wnWCrl bo withdrawn very eonn. rjTGh o name > f this proc, J. L. WIEAD CYCLE CQMPAHY. cities. ~» Zitlids up your m B - Dt»'t you remember how your fa the r used J«nen W - 11 bekl Up the hat it wm alwavs rermled U MM M ft * ■akrtactory and proßUtb-o "amaj. EpSy broml'grass M'.* Snrpaaaea Timothy to nntrlN«3h. Otrty'e’d l * AUslw A.>>7v Yield* four to fire tons pe.acrv. .Cneaowlr.g —.-j •• ytara. Grow* well in light joW, ft.wot awamm miiil ffi • naa no eonal for arid regions. DrwiUi wrtll not killlt Anl toaUi enjoy It treen or dry. aa much food lu cne yomh HaMMHaMßaiflHßw aa Alftrtfa doea In three. Greatest boon ever offered ns .t.hr.YM tn anvcUtnate. tmder any ooodltlonß and prodm t.. PtftHUlWiiy * would oiherwlae be waste land. It Is douhtmi It the supply o _ te-d Il’jMA tamlaXJKMZr .. thuvearwitl meet the demand, eo sreat ia the call aliaady tr..3i where bay la the eaeeniial crop. Grade A—l *>e; i iba., be, po'rall Kt" ffTlt lbs. (enough for one acre) B.tD; 100 KAO#. Send for mammoth d> scrir re 1 ALWAYS ON TIME ( The Union Pacific Trains s For all Eastern Points. » Two Trains Daily to 1 Denver, Kansas City and the S. E. j Three Trains Daily to . Omaha, Chioago and the'East. Quickest time by many HohYs. Do'irot fail to be fully informed of tl>e Fine Train Service of- i iered by the Union Pacific. Oalg Direct Lme to Spat. Ask About Excursion Bates. For Time Tables and full information call on C. M. Cl.ATlK,Agent,’Laramie, Wyo. Dr. H. L. True hands as tlte fol lowing letter: I n inn Pacific Time Table. Passenger Crains arrive in as follows and remain only five tninutes: WESTBOUND. 'No. 1, Overland Limited... ..H.-OO p.^n. »No. Pacific Express 12 30 p. m. No. lOl.Tiist Mail 11:50 p. m. EAST-BOUND. No. 2, Overland Limited 4:30 a: ra. I No. 4, Lieol Passenger.. . .11 50 a. m. :e No. 0. Atlantic Express. .T. .ll:05.p. m. SlocH guilds. C. E. MOSM AN, WALDEN, COCOHADO. AH cattle In MPffi Mnjp- to ' North Park ■■■*« <’■ branded ■■■■■ddu DR. WaMctl Color^j^ branded rM on left PBOwtinlf" C| M side. ■CpHßKntmc in Nurtl jftLTl MC»park. BM* . -'it.'J. BPNTKK.tPlnkliatntoh Okttle of Shorl- .Bil cd IffSW }lorsc< hrarnledMlW stfle of h*H(l right ■MBr.aTUteln Biae. HHHBVbnd Wyomlnß. SAMUEU MARTIX. Mr.rtin Cotonoio- UanKO North arfd Middle Pftrkn. Horses P" 0,1 "A je. Cattle biandedsßB ft,l<i J I— on U« MONTE BLEVINS. Walden ColoriM* 0 - Range In North uud Mfd&to ( OsCftto hrhnH-^4^^X lir . Jjjggg|g CHKDSEV BRO S. Hebrorf.; r °]°-®SI Hunch on branch ofl.ltt.c (■r.//J> ran«e in North end Middle l ), .‘ rl ' , '‘Wjß Cnttle bihndctl <V connected"on^ffiffi* • left hip, horses bran ded *ame , left Rhontder.