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J. ac. p. Mocallum. JBditor and Proprietor. A.. Earn) JEAN MoCALLUM, PubUehon. • ChX*b»C*lptlo3X B&tM. 'Jnt Yotr, (In Advance) $2.00. Six Monte, (In Advanoo) SI.OO. Thrss Months, (In Atfvanoo).. .$ .50. Advorti ting. Display Advertisements in The Union can be inserted for I 50 (fifty cents) per inch a month, single col umn. Local notices, 10c. (ten cents) per lino for first insertion, and sc. (five cents) per lino for each subse quent insertion. Special rates made known on application. ;4TAII Advertisements Collected For Until Ordered Out XoTo Friaxtl axg. We do all kinds of Job Work, and our prices are reasonable. Neatness In style and promptness in work are guaranteed. * Generally, work should be ordered about one week before it la wanted. The Noktk Pans Union is entered at the post-office at Walden, Larimer bounty, Colorado, every Friday as sec bnd-elsss matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1901. Thk Union dad a scrap on its own premises Thursday. The matter was inade the subject of judicial investi gation the same day, and the Union bame ont second best At this result we are not surprised, ho much as disappointed. It is nat ural for man to place confidence in • his fellow men of almost any grade; fend when that confidence, for good reasons, is lost, there necessarily re sults a shock. The Union was prompted to the proceeding to vindicate justice; but Fas defeated in the effort Law and order, it piUßt be admitted, receive a different Interpretation here in Wal den, to almost any other placo in the civilized world. We have labored to bring aboht different results, but so far have failed. Wc have said—and we repeat it—that the people of North Park, and Walden especially, are a law unto themselves. There is nn absence of any regulation of men's conduct by officers or courts. The Union has no apology to make for its effort to vindicate the right, and makes no uppcul from the ver llict, except to the good sense and justicb of the people among whom wo live. The verdict of a jury in a petty case is one thing. Public opinion on the same subject may be quite dif ferent To tho opinion quite generally ex pressed we must, rest the rectitude pf our conduct in the past, and the bope of the future. The poet says; . “Troth crashed to oarth will rite again." Let u. wait and sec. '• Whin tifat uncivilized hrntc, Weylcr, tho Spanish murderer, or dered the reconcentration ot the peo ple in the cj(ie( over which Spain had control, President McKinley properly denounced it in tUozc words, "It is not civilized warfare; it is extermina tion. The only peace it can beget ie that of the wilderness and the grave. ” A recent order, by the Amcricen Major Smith, la command of the is land of Jdarindnque in tho Philip pines. requiring all natives to live in the five towns where American troops are stationed; and all who do not obey this order are to be treated as Insurgents, and “the severest kind of warfare" is to be carried on to ex terminate them. That ie Jnat the kind of warfare which McKinley condemned in Wey lcr. Will he uphold it in Major Smith? “Consistency, thou art a Jewell” r Thi *Rzv. Irl R. Hicks of St. Loom, the weather plfiphet, bet pre dicted a etprmy disagreeable mouth for April. Ilicks, this is hardly fair. Havn't we Juat had two diaagrecmblo months in February and' March. Why do you want to add to our mis fortune b^i*ingjls^hird? Wasy is tan doty of a Cotoner's inqueW?anyway? To brow-beit and Intimidate the states truth telling witnesses? , Was It thb character Of the late jfohn Prie* Oc-the wwtaet g$ King ffcaf.Waa oatrial ** IMwW'dtbqaM ifcT. . . 5: Second Organ Fund Entertainment. On Friday evening, March 22, at Odd Fellows' Hall, was given the second entertainment to raise funds for the purchase of an organ for the Walden school. Misses Butler and Miller had spent much time ami energy in the preparation of the per formers, most all of whom were members of the two departments of school. Tho programme was opened with an instrumental selection by Mrs. Bditb Riggen. Miss Bella Sey mour recited Brought Back in n manner which was an improvement on her usual stj’le. Bourccs of Content ment was well recited by Miss Alico Shippey. The following littlo boys, Ray Dawson, Bert Kerr, Dean Blev ins, Earl Boston, nnd Emerson Rogers recited Different Occupations very credetably. Irving Brands then spoke Pat’s Love, in Irish dialect. Grace Stout, Bella Seymour, and Ethel Stout recited Consensus of Love very creditably. The Circus Girl was well spoken by Ella ('apron. Sopha Brocker then recited, Land Poor. Mrs. Sturdevant and Mrs. Edith Riggen sang a duet very attractively for which they received generous applause. A dialogue, The Competing Railrouds, was rendered by Arthur Capron, Valdai Sliippey, Douglas Langlioff, and Jean McCal lum, Which was amusing. Manley Capron recited Going on Errands, but cut his recitation short. The Model Lesson was a school scene in winch Bella Seymour appeared ns teacher and the following children composed her school: Clarence Munville, Mary Riggen, Jessie Davis, Harry Stout, Myrtle Fiiuiau, Louis Butler, Bertha Kerr, Albert Mhnville, and Manly Capron. Bella showed herself very energetic as n teacher and was appar ently having good success in her lesson in fractions until Mary Riggen in giving her dissertation on twins became so explicit and realistic that it caused the teacher to faint. For amateur> that was well played and was very amusing. Sandy's Romance was well rcMtc Iby Pearl Stout. A combined recitation by Eva Decker, Ella Manvtlle, ami Helen Butler called LI tile II vipers was very critic t ably recited. Jessie Allard spoke Aunt Doleful’s Visit That se lection requires good acting. Jes sie did we'l consilcting her foreign dialect Song by Ethel and Pearl Stout entitle 1 Moses. This proved one of the taking sings of the eveniug and was well rendered. McLaine's Child, a dramatic recitation, was spoken by Louise Snyder very creditably. Lou ise has good gifts ns a speaker and with proper culture in that line would become a star. Harry Stotit spoke Seeln' Things. Harry did not do so well as usual. How Mrs. Gaskill did not hire n Cook. This was ck pec ted to be one of the leading plays of the evening but Miss Carrie Seymour, who was to take role of Mrs. Gaskill, on account of an accident the same afternoon could not be present and Miss Eflle Butler, the teacher, took her part ut the last moment. Mrs, Gaskill and her‘mother (which was taken by Mrs. Sturdevant) arc nt homo nud the following characters cull to secure the position of cook. Susan Bighcud, an English lady, Mrs, Ecjith Riggen; A Chinaman, “uic cookce, me wasbie,'* Boon McCallutn; Elizabeth Priscilla Hutchinson Adams Perkins, A college student, Ethel Stout; Bridget O’Flan igan, (Irish) Louise Snyder; Maud An gelica Snigginson, Grace Stout. This pieep was very well peformed. How we hunted a mouse, by Jean McOqJ lum. Th9 audience seemed entertained at this performance. Duct by Mrs. Sturdevant and Mrs. Edith Riggen closed the exercises. • Most all the performers made an improvement over the last exercises. The proceeds of the entertainment were not so large as at the previous one being $23.90. The Old Oaken Boot Jack How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood, when fond recollection presents them to me! The bumblebees’ nest I once robbed in the wildwood, and the apples and •ColiG I plucked from tile tree; the calf to whose tail I once held and sras hastened .through stubble and dew ere for Help I could call; but of all recdllections the most hallowed and chastened is of father’s old iioot. jack, that oft on the rear of my per son did fall. Each night as the frogs to their loved ones wete calling, and the robin waa obaSlng its worm to Ks'lair, and the dew on the grass was silently falling, and the katy did chorus was filling the air; and the sun bad gone to its bed in the west, and the weary hired man was beginning to gap, then with the old boot-jack I was softly caressed, while suspending myself o'er the knee of my* pap, the faithful old boot-jack that I felt as I sat upside-down on bis lap.—Ex. Walden, Colorado, March 27, 1901. To the Honorable Mayor and Board of Trustees of the Town of Walden: Gentlemen: We, your committee, appointed at the last meeting of said Board to examine report of tho Treas urer of said*town, do hereby respect fully report: That wc have examined the reports, accounts, and books of the Treasurer of the Town of Walden for the period from May 1, 1900 to March 15,1901, and find that on May 1, 1900, there was a balance in the Treasurer’s hands $997.Q9 Collected since 827.00 Making total of $1823.09 Tho expenditures for said period 1273.G3 Leaving a balance of $ 549.4(5 Included in tho expenditures is tbe item of chemical engine, amounting to $832.06. Respectfully submitted. K. J. MacCai.lum, H. F.- Sturdevant. Election Notice Notice is hereby given that the an nnal election of Town Officers will be held on Tuesday, the second day of April, 1901, at the Town JJall, at which time and place tbe following officers of the Town of Walden will be voted for by the electors of said town: One Mayor for the term of one year; One Treasurer for the term of one year; Three Trustees for the term of two years; One Trustee for the term of oue year.- C. K. Mosman, Attest, Mayor. K. J. MacGali.um, Clerk. Official Ballot Mayor, C. E. Mosman, Treasurer Irene Mosman, Trustee, 2 years J. H. McKee, Trustee, 2 years T. N. Davis, Trustee, 2 years.. George Daugherty, Trustee, 1 year P. W. I’ischcr. I do hereby certify the above to be a true and correct cdpv of the list of candidates for the various town offi cers which have been certified to me. March 14, 11401. fsy\ j 1 K* J- AJacCai.li'M. ( w J ) Clerk. Sunday Services. Walden, Sunday, Mar. 31, 1001: Suudny School 11:00 a. m. Epworth League 6:30 p. in. Preaching Scr vices 7:30 p. m. Services conducted by Rev. C. B. Wilson. j For Sale Two or three Bulls of nn}* age from two years upward, Hereford or Shorthorn, either registered or graded, nnd at reasonable-prices. James Mrnpiiv, mlsas Spicer, Colorado. -jjV iV R K Tj fepOßt 6 Beef steers, good to choice corn fed firstname.lastname@example.org Beef steers, good to choice grsssers, 1100 to 1200 pounds email@example.com Beef steers, fair to medium grsssers firstname.lastname@example.org Beef cows, good to choice corn fed 3.75(84.00 Beef cows and heifers, good to (diolijic grnssers 3.00043.25 Beef cows nnd heifers, fair to medium grsssers 2.50(83.15 Bulls, stags, etc. 2.00(83.00 Calves (veal) 5.00(80.00 Feeders, over 700Jbs., good to choice email@example.com Feeders, over 700 lbs., fair to medium...., 3.G0@3.85 Stockers, [under 700 lbs., good to choice., 4.25(84.40 Stockers, under 700, Jbs., fair to medium 3.75(84.00 A Communication. We received this communication last week, but it was unintentionally omitted from ln6t week’s issue. Spicer, Colo. March 16,1901. Editor Union, Dear sir*- Not many years ago Spicer was about twenty miles from Walden; Now we arc about twenty-five miles. Coming from llebron to Spicer we travel a short distance then turn due west, then cast and so on, each turn bringing us in view of our neighbors’ ranches. The firm of Hanson & Rich has announced its intentions to the people of Spicer, ot farther lengthing the road, commencing at a point near the Mellon gate, ami running oue mile south thence to Spicer school house, thence to a point opposite Mr. West holm’s. What hardship the herds man may experience by having two miles farther to drive bis cattle to the ranges, will be fully offset by the pleasant view he will receive of the neat little Spicer school house with its pleasant Surroundings. Yours truly, A. B. C. School Report. The following report is for the Pri mary Department of the Walden Public School, for month ending March 15: Name Att Tar Av Con *Clara Lyon 19 0 92 97 Jessie Davis 16 0 80 97 Bertha Kerr 13 0 88 98 Mauley Capron 17 0 85 98 Edward Laiighotl 13 3 76 98 Albert Manville 14 0 91 99 Carrie Boston 17 2 86 90 Harry Stout 17 0 88 95 Myrtle Fliniau 10 1 90 97 Earl Boston 17 2 85 96 Emerson Rogers 11 0 8G 9-1 Eva Decker 15 0 96 98 Ellen Capron 15 1 89 97 KUaManvill 1(5 1 89 97 Dean Blevins 14 0 92 98 Uruce Kerr 12 0 91 97 Edwin Hunter 10 6 87 95 Ray Dawson IS 0 91 97 June Sliippey 18 0 89 97 Jean Sturdevant 13 0 88 9.8 Edna Smith 15 2 92 98 Bennie Smith 19 o 81 96 Helen Butler 9 0 90 97 Earl Decker 17 0 85 99 Bertie Kerr 9 0 87 97 Miss LeTtie Mii.leu, teacher. absent nor tardy. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. E«tnt»* of Edward R Hubbard. Potvaß Tho uodnraiKiiod. bovine boon a-.pointed Ex ecutrix of tho Inet Will nnd Testai.icnt of Ed ward II Hubbard, late oftliocour.fj ■ f f.ariraor and state of ('< lorndo, deceit *ed. '.<• •• by frivos notice that site will npjvonr bofor.i tho County Court of Lurimor county, at theO’Ul 11. u- .in Fori Collins, :it the April term, on tiu-lurt Mon day in April next, nt which lime all persons lirivintr claims against said Estate an* notified nnd requested to attend for the purpose of lim ing the sun ■■ adjusted. All pomms indebted i<> wild Estate nto requested to make iiiiincdinu* payment to tho uudersipned. Dated 2nd day of March, A. D. IS3I. M \mie M.msii I!i niifir.n. Executrix. ' Two Views. j THE PESSIMIST. | A little toil, a little pain, And hearts forever breaking; A weary load of carking care. Sonic burdens ever hard to hear— Then sleep that knows no waking. THE OPTIMIST. A chance to pierce the clouds of gloom And silver lining borrow; Some pain to-day so wo may know That after toil and care below We’ll find a grand to-morrow. --The Commoner. The Commoner. Experience is teaching some new lessons. Dcleware, for instance, finds that “consent of the governed” is not sufficient in a senatorial contest. Consent ot the gas company must also be secured. According to the dictionary of the reorganizers, c democrat is a man who votes the republican ticket in national campaigns, but is generous enough to ullow democrats to vote for him in a municipal campaign. ‘•lt looks as if force and greed rule tho world,” said Mr. Harrison the night before he was stricken with fatal illness. This was not a bene diction, it was an indictment of the Imperialism which is carrying the two leading nations of the world back towards the dark ages. President Lincoln said that labor deserved much higher consiaeration than capital. Mr. Carnegie says that labor and capital deserve equal con sideration. It is quite A step froth the doctrine of Lincoln to the doc trine of Carnegie, but the Hanna doctrine is still worse tof, it puts cap ital first and labor nowliere. Locals and General News Horee Shoe or Star tobacco 424 c. tb at Tyler Cash Store, Ft. Collins. Best quality Table Oilcloths 14c. yd. at Tyler Cash Store, Ft. Collins. Amoskeag Apron Checked Ging hams, the best made, sc. yd. at Tyler Cash Store, Ft. Collins. Special value Embroider}* sale at sc. jind 10c. yd. Worth 10c. to 25c. yd. Write for samples to m15m29 Tyler Cash Store, Ft. Collins. 11. C. Chedsey of Hebron, was m town Wednesday. • Colorado Arbor Day is fixed for April 10, by the governor,.. William Slee returned to Walden this week from an absence of several months. Rev. Joh.i Oliver is reported quite sick at his home near Hebron. Recent heavy snow storms have destroyed hundreds of bend of stock in Northern and Eastern Colorado. Seven degrees below zero on Thurs day morning is pretty cold weather for the last of march. Mr. G. W. Dinner returned this week from nu extended absence in Nebraska and elsewhere. Mr. Y. 11. Pease, manager of the Laramie-Walden stage line, came in on a business trip last Saturday night. Trains were snow-bound at Jules burg, Colorado, and Ogalala, Nebras ka, for two days by the storm of last Monday. Sam Swire, an old Union typo and pen-pusher, was in Walden Sunday and Monday. He has been ranching this winter. First class onions just piyked over. $2.50 per hundred by the sack. Cab bage, $2.00 per hundred, by the sack. * C. E. MOSMAN. Win. Latham of Butler was trans acting business in town Tuesday. He reports ha}’ as getting to be a scarce article in his neighborhood, and the late snow will probably keep it so. Mrs. Price went home Tuesday morning. M. J. Capron taking her out in his spring wagon. She will probably proceed at once to havo ad ministrators papers allowed on her late husbands estate. A man by the name of Coulter 1 who lias been drinking” heavily fora week or two in Walden was taken by the authorities Thursday night and put in the cooler for safe keeping. Ho has something like flclinnib tre i liens. North Park has marketed about 10,000 head of fat cattle, since the first of last November, giving the Stockmen the nice little plum of about $450,000. —Fort Collius Cour ier.—[It Would really be amusing to know where all that nearly half a million dollars has gone. The prin ter is not getting his share of it. I take this method of most sincerely thanking the people of Walden and others iu the Park, for their kindness and spmpathic expressions of friend ship during my late sad bereavement. I had never been in Walden before and although I met among the women total strangers, I will ever be thankful for their sisterly sympathy and feel that I never can repay them tor their expressions of it so freely given. Mas. Lizzie Price. At church next Sunday night, all who feel interested are invited to re main after service for the purpose of making arrangements for the organi zation of a reading room in Walden. We sincerely hope this enterprise will result in saccess, as such an institu tion would be appreciated by a con siderable number of Parle people in wilden and out; and after it is started it will be appreciated b}' everybody. The position which the Picrpont Morgan organization holds with re ference to the business and political world, is discussed by M. John Brisbin Walker in the <A.priL, Cosmopolitan under the title, " Flic World’s Great est Revolution.” Familiar with the business world and -a student of aflairs, Mr. Walker has, while approve ing of the general idea of concentra tion which makes for good organiza tion and public economy, drawn a picture of the power now exercised ■which wili be a surprise to the great majority who have not given this subject, thoughtful attention. 11. F. STURDEVANT, Attorney. NOTARY - - - * PUBLIC.; United Btatcs Commissioner, District of Colorado, HEAL. ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. Walden, - ' Colo. P.W. FISCHER, M.D. Physician and Surgeon. ■STaia-en, . - - Cclcrado. Geo. W. Morse, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Walden, Colorado. G E ALEXANDER, ASSAYER, CHEMIST, MINING ENGINEER ; Cyanide Testing A Specialty. 11736 Champa Street, Denver, Colo. i ’ . bC YEARS’ E RIE N C E Marks Designs 1 Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sket A and deeertptloiimay ontcklr ascertain our opinion fruo whether an invention U probably patentable. Coinmunle*. •lona atrlctly confldentfal. Handbook on Patent* aant free. Oldest agency for securing patent?. takon through Blnnn * Co. receive tftcial notice, without charge, in too Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weeklv. Lnrgeet cir. yearf^our* rnonths, e tL **sold Ü byal"l newadoalera. MUNN & Co. 36,Broafl ”>New York " Branch Oillcs. (J 25 F St~ Washington. I*. U i - ■■■■■—— i t 810NTR0SE BICYCLE3EFREI innrovrJ to your address WITHOUT a OEMTIM < A OVA IKL HO UM TOUR ORDER, state whether you wish Uulv'nornJ? ifl: srivocolor, height of frame and gear wanted and WE WILL surf THE WHEEL U Ok D. on approval, allowing you to uncraui amino It fully before you acrt>i>t it. If It is uot all undin<.reiu.-ivi claim for It, and a better wheel than you can (ret for any *her* w-.J, price from any one else, rufunc It and wo will nay all niir»!chm cared vc*. Thm tJ MOHTROSE'’ B/cycle at our Special Agent's sample price of wl Q-vv L* the trrvntoct borgalnlu n blcyclo over offered. Wo gnan,nic«lt to any tw wheel on the market, and you need not accent It nor par tea If you do not Und It os we represent. We are KXCLI hIVC lilt'TCU MAXI i iCI I HFIU and tako thin method of quickly li.tmlim our EIHK> JtOIfKUL Thu olTcr of a sample wheel at this luvprk*? mode to secure *RIDER AOEHT In each tow a to n-iecsesa and take order*. Our agents make monry faat. CDCriCIPiTIfiMt Frame, 22,21 or 2* Inch; ladles, 29lack. k* •rCwlrlwAIIUR«i Shelby seamless tubing with forgwdeoS tlons. Bush Joints, Improved expander device to fasten rent row i* handle horj Royal Atvh crown-, tho celebrated If aria hubs and harms, the Mel oat running known ( Record “A” tires, the >'o>t nrul onto!* most expensive Nrospa tho market. Tho genuine *1 Mi .lnwvr Ilrtfr*. saddle: pedals, tools and accessories tiro test obUUmth.e. l.n.uutkilk block, moron* oroosch preen. highly Uulahed and omsnicntrdi atssk Unl&licd nickeling on all bright part* Wo thorough!) u.tcvmMi <>f maUrlul that goes Into this machine. Our blading lesr's'sw untcc half with each bicycle. CbCe to any one sending the IlkMauh in fuU with ordsrwsvf rnCt send free a genuine Uardirk 10.000 mile barrel palter* 90s perfect! °*"aJaf U ° 01 " P11111 Your mnac y all buck it)ousaaf NICiD UfUCCI © Wo do not manufacture t*v* cheap VllHir nflUkwi ment store kind of wheel.*, t■ ,«-ii n- .unt at 'upply houses advertise and sell ss high grade. We can furnbk ihr* ■tripped; or 00.75 to tILM) complete. We do not gunmntvo r. >r in* ‘•RE ORDERING a bicycle of any ono else, no mar.< < who or k* diet os tell you how mneb we can save you on the ram > m.o-hfna : In DUy * rh, vl wc «ui Orwlstyou to EARN A ltlt \ < I K tyfi» >lO Bill tributlng catalogues for usn few days. V/envtdoneuns ■ ' e.irß town for tfJs purpose. We kavo oovcral hundred HEC«XD HAND WHEELS taken In trade whit n v!!i close out fit kBf' if i Peach; idAOtoruotliopworn earn, ilea ami V> models very cheap. Hend lor lUr»»ta Ut fit ’ll ItELlAlllUl V In unquestioned. Wo n .'or to any Lank or btislnct* house In Chicago, oranyvxptm* ,-*tir>r<l company. Wo will wudyou letters of reference direct from tho largert Irnnka In Chicago I: y<-a vkk& SEND YOUR ORDER he withdrawn vcry^eo^'fTyv Rvtnnamo or Ud* pa;'icr. P,UC!,t * I ufc Li BfSEf\a CVGLE GOSWPAHV % ohic^go f aL \ l i i g jjj a ■ Onr fee returned if wc fail. Any one sending sketch and description a any invention will promptly receive our opinion free concerning the pabpfr ability of same. “How to Obtain a Patent” sent upon request. Pataotf secured through us advertised for sale at our expense. Patent taken out through us receive special notice, without charge, if The Patent Record, an illustrated and widely circulated journal, counW by Manufacturers and Investors. Sand for sample copy FRCE. Address, VICTOR J. EVANS A CO#, (Patent Attorneys,) Evans Building, - WASHINGTON, D.G Illinois ALWAYS ON TIME Tho Union Pacific Trains For all Eastern Points. Two Trains Daily to Denver, Kansas City and the S. i£. Three Trains Daily to Omaha, Chicago and the East. Quickest time b} many hours. Do not fail to be fully informed of the Fine Train Service of fered by the Union Pacific. Only Direct Line to the Eo3t. Aeli About Excursion Hates. For Timo Tables and full information call on C. M. CLARK,Agent, Laramie, Wyn. Dr. H. L. True bands us the fol lowing letter: Union Pacific Time Table. Passenger trams arrive in Laramie Afi follows and rt main (uil.y five minutes:’ 'VEsT-Horm V 1’!, .'I™:! I.miitml lliiio n. m. •*- ‘ m'llic Express 12:00 p m N... 101. Fast Uo9 :.ll:r,0 v «n LAST-BOUND. £*?• f Overland Limited 4:00 a. ni. n a',!° ll:50n. in. No. 6. Atlantic Express..ll.os p. in. THE FIRST NATIONALS OF FORT COLLINS, Established lggi j Cap.tal and Surplus, $30,00000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR F. C. Avery. President: L. C.Moore.c^' jC. R. Welch, Vico President; Etl ' Assistant Cashier; I. W. Benue t, f h. Thomas H. Davy, J. C. Evans F v B „ ' • • a. 8co” i Transacts a General Banking li nsi#wi poudre^lleylahk^ Of Fort Colliun, Colo. DIRECTORS. Abner Lonmio, Pres. ,Te?. B. Arthn* f n C. 11. flholdon, Cnshior. v. \v . C. U. Andrews. ' v<9 AC# T. 11. Boberteon. Vv’p'u °^- ' • L- hlo\»j , 6. W. Bailey, » • * Attorney, \ First Nat’l Bank Bl'k, Fort Collin., . . WRITE EDWARDS, IiUDROW & KiSSOCI , Fort Collinn, Colorado, • When you want Insurance, Deeds correal,* } drown. Information about titles, or [ | with any of the County Officers that needs per- I I soual altcntion. Abstracts of title Furnished S Chargers Always Keasunable. # S. E. CLARK,« DentisT Foil Collins, ~ Cofc& Frank J. Annie, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR at LA* Rooms 6 and 7 Rohliug Bl'k. Fort Collins - - Codrado StocK gf^tids. C. E. MOSM AN, WALDEN, COLORADO. All rnttlo In ’jolonr lo 1 North Fork llkkin M.W' branded ImHJwlilo DR. P. W. FISCHER. Waldon Ifanded on left ■—Own El IH side. in BEB5 pa,k - J. J. HUNTER. Plnkhnmton Cattle MHBBBnedi-r of Sliorl JHH brnml- . Hil o n |*i!jß"n side of land- , right ■■^Hllunih 1 i; ( f>lue. MHBHRand Wyoming. SAMUEL MAKTIN, Marlin Colorado- Range North and Middle Parks. Horses brandedollnn.il " 0,1 1 0 ?, "side Cattle binnde«lBlVl Fm 011 ,e,t 81 MONTE BLEVINS, Walden Colorado. Range In North and Middle Fnrks^ I Cuttle hriiU(l-^^^&Z trr> cd CHEDSEY BRO’3. Hebron. Colo at J It-ineh on brand) afl.i'l.e > «r177.1.l range In North ami Munib Ci,til* brandcl P C. connected 0 left hip; horses bran tied s;*me ou left Klioulder.