Items Of Interest
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Jack and Tim Greene returned to
Agate llidgc Sunday.
(Mias. Biggen started for Laramie
last Monday for goods.
J. B. Beals brought in several
loads of inaeliiuerv Thursday.
Mrs. Sin dor and the two girls an*
now at Pearl running the hotel.
\V. E Vaplon, Optician, at the
North Bark Phirmacy. July 10 to 18.
Fred MeAvoy and Louise Finder
made a Hying trip to I’eari last . Sun
Everything up to date at Gem City
(’life, 210 2nd st Best 2-x meal in
Try the City Market and (Tit
Grocery Co. for prices on meals,
Miss Anna Martin is spending tlx
national holiday at home, partieipat-:
ing in tin* festivities of tin* occasion
Jackson, the plasterer, is spreading'
;he stucco on I>i Fiseher's oilier,
which will soon he ready for oeen
Quarterly meeting services were'
held in tin* church last Suudav e-*n
ducted by lvd>T p \V IMlifer of
Pitch owners, attention! Be on
hand prompt l\ Julv Kith at Befeive s
Court It is nionev in umr pocket
to do SO.
W. p Beckwith is busy these tin\-»
udjii-ting water rights and distnhu
tion of water in eroeks that are run-;
fling a little low.
Grass is reported to he making
verv satisfactory growth, through ml
tile Park since the warm weather set 1
in two weeks ago. #
Walter Marti.) is employed as chief
overseer at the Snyder House in !
Walden t liese d >\ *.
Mr. II P. Butler started Mondav
morning to Laramie for a v isit t«> his
old home at Boulder lie may he
absent several weeks.
There w;ll he an interesting
Children's reiulered at
the ehureh July l lth. 2 o'clock p m
Don't fail to attend. Program later.
Don t forget to attend to your
rights in tune before the Beferee's
Court beginning July Pith at Walden
If you neglect it you may incur great
loss, besides vexatious delay.
Mrs Stnrdevant sold her new Wing
piano t«> Ollie Snyder. wlx» took it
over to Pearl, where it is now in the
new Pearl House, as part of the ele
gant furniture in that superb hostelry.
Travel in the proverbial prairie
schooner—-the covered wagon—be
gins to loom up these long, warm
summer days, as though many people
were intending to change their place
[north park saloon
i FRED M’AVOY, PROP.
! • Vines, • • (?i]l ars - •
J YValden, - - Colorado.
Mr Charles • 'ornelius, formerly of
Band, accompanied by a young Mr.
Msdloney. arrived in town Monday,
direct from Denver Mr. Cornelius
will remain in the Park u mouth or
two, and then return to Denver where
he has bought a home.
Mr. Hubeit (V Chedsev crossed the
range on horseback to escort Elder
Phifer over from Steamboat. wlx»
i came by the same conveyance. Large
: drifts of snow—now frozen into ice—
j were encountered on tin* new mad.
but wen* strong enough to hear up
i the horses.
Mr. W C. Lamb and family, of
Timnath. stopped at Walden over the
I Fourth on account of Mr Lamb hav
ing a touch of mountain fever. They
are on their way to Steamboat
Springs, and expect to spend much
of tlx summer traveling over the
mountains on a vacation.
We call specia. attention to the
importance of observing the notice to
ditch owners, at the head of this pace.
I f all pan ies interested will be prompt
in arranging dales for healings, and;
j then come on with their evidence on j
• the date fixed, much delay, confusion
and expense can be avoided.
W. (). Mosman has bought C. E.
Mosmau s interest in the old Calla
j glian ranch, and lie anil lus son Mil
ler, have taken hi desert and home
stead lights a section of beautiful
land immediately adjoining, and they
| will now have a first class ranch, in
deed. This fall they expect to rue a
ditch live miles long that will cover
all t lie new laud.
| Frank Kellain and James Hatch of
Kami, returned Tuesday from a trip
to Laramie bringing with them Mr. E
T. Petrie and family and their house- i
hold goods including a crate .if chick !
• ens all the way from "old Missouri.” |
Mr. Petrie is an old friend of Frank
Kellain and Ins mother, and they will
make their home with them for the
present. Another add tion to the,
r settlement at Band of a family of',
Win. and Mrs. Met Vmuaugliev re j
turned from Laramie last Friday,
accompanied by Mr. A. J (’ox of
Kansas City, stepfather, and Mrs
Win F Graham oMMuca r o. sister of
Mrs McPoiiaus»lu»y. They all. with
I) W. McDole, took dinner at the
Michigan, spreading out their lunch
~i the broad Colorado sunlight at
high noon. In any other country
such a sunlight would almost cook
people ami dinner too, but lu re in
North Park it is not at all uncom
fortable. These relatives enjoyed
themselves immense!\ on die trip md
will remain in the Park perhaps all
Yks. thk Pkclaiiatio.n ok Inde-
I’KNliknck will soon be a dead letter.
It is now treated as a worthless, old
thing, having outlived its usefulness.
It is referred to a> a thing of the
, past, good enough in rs day, but no
’ longer binding on the present admin
: istration. But do w« stop to think
as it goes into the s anies of oblivion,
| human liberty, rights, and justice go
with it. and the will of one man takes
the place of the will of the inafiy.
Walden, Sunday. July 7, 1901:
Sunday School 1 1:00 u. in. Epwortli
League l>:80 p. m Preaching Ser
vices 7:80 p. m. Services conducted
by Uev. 0. B. Wilson.
Old papers f<»r sale at this office,
25 cents a Imndred.
Bohn—To Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Wittmcr, Piiikhamton. a son, about
two weeks ago. Our correspondent
failed to send in this item of news at
the proper time.
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Good\ Light ,
' C./r.l. .IT THIS OFFICE-
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