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NORTH PARK UNION.
Happened & Happenings From Everywhere. Abraham Lincolns mother is to have a monument at Lincoln City, Spencer Co., Indiana. The Czar of Russia, at tliiity three, has a little income of ten millions of dollars per annum. Thus unequally are the goods of this world divided. A New Haven man extracted $BOO,- 000 fr<un a pack of old family love haters the other day. Hit her ;o old love-letters have failed to give up anything hut good-sized law-suits. England h taxed now as never he fore. The present “budget” equals £85,000.000 or about $412,000,000 |H;r annum— £(50.000,000 for army and navy, and the remainder interest on old debts. Rev. C l». Wilson and wife spent a few days in an outing on tin* West Side early this week. Hovt & Son of Fort Collins, wishes to announce to t'ie poo- le of North Park that 'hey will he in Walden the first of next week with a full line of work harnesses for sale. Give them a eall if in need of anything in their line. At li Lour Ks’ Baiin. Wai.dk.v \\Vdre*iday. while Johnny Brocket was at school at the Owl school house lie was bitten by a dog belonging to (filbert Hay-, so severely as to neces sitate a visit ••• the d-»etnr. He and Sopha came down in tlie afternoon and I)r. Snair dressed the wound Johnny will most probably ir»*t almg ..II right. Notice to Ditch Owners. I will la* in my oflice in Walden from July 28rd to the 81st, prepared to transact business before the Ref eree in the water adjudication in dis tricts 4(1 and 47. 4jusjl ? 2(> 11. F. Sti huevant. r Justice’s Blanks: Summons. Criminal Compln ; nt, Warrant, Subpoena, 'Printed and For Sale at the UNION OFFICE SUPPLEMENT Ol* NORTH PNRK UNION, JULJJ 12. NOTICE! To all persons interested in making proof on ditches and water rights: The Referee and attorneys for this purpose will be in Walden Ju ly 16th. For that reason it will be to the interests of each ditch owner to be on hand and make a date for each individual ditch, in order to not delay business, as the Referee and attorneys are all engaged by the day; it can be readily seen that to keep the Court in idleness is ex pensive, all of which must be paid by those making proof, pro rata. Committee. f NORTH PARK SALOON f /IS FRED M’AVOY, PROP. W & • ®Wiues» • Cittdors, • and • Qiij&rs, • $ J* Walden, - - - Colorado. Last Monday brought about as strong a wind storm to Walden as we have ever seen; there was also much heavy thnnder. Tuesday gave a rain that pooled the air but did not moist en the ground very deep. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Linger and son Hugh of New Berlin, New York, ■ and Mr. A. F. Linger of Silver Creek, Nebraska, were passengers in on the stage Wedneseay night They are guests ot their brother, Mr. G. W. Linger, General Manager of the North R.i k Cattle Company, and may re main in the Park several weeks rusti cating in the invigorating air of the Rocky Mountains. We can say to these foreigners life will Ik* more en durable u little later when the vast army of bloodsucking vampires— otherwise called mosquitoes—disperse to the melancholy shades of oblivion. Old papers for sale at this oflice, 25 cents a hundred.