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j Putty, Wall paper, i Faint Brushes, at the | North Park Pharmacy. VOLUME V. * | C / niill further notice I will do all kinds oj ' [ Denial Work—Extracting, Filling, Cleats- ! ■ ing, l'lati n ork, Croton Work, Etc., ami j f Guarantee Satisfaction, and at ~riees to ] Suit the Times. ! f : n \ J. Ik. Jp. flDcCallum, l I (UNION OFFICE) i] ft ‘a ***************** ***************************S******i * .1. WALKER, PtmidCDt. W. w . KNIQBT. Vlc-Pnw. m.,1 Mfi ; R. LOt’KE, Trnamiror. J. W. UINKLE, SocroWry. IRnu3bt«%oche flftusfc Co. OEO. STECK k CO. , W A Jk 1 ADAM SCHMF ’ 1 «T“ i PIANOS ; WEomsico. | m * T t-g-X-X t otMim 1.1 -V~ : ' . I ’■ ■ ; ! . Itorv 4 EE clark ORCAIiIS Angclus Plano Player. Piano* sulci on payments—either monthly, quarterly, or yearly. Every in strument absolutely guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Send for <•: • taluguo. 813 Sixteenth St. „, >l3 Denver, dole. I— B——— HI II HI B L. J Porters’ Saw Mill ThrecMiiesNortliof jt Post Office, Pinkhamton The M Ol' NT A 110 M E | * *L U M B E R**|| All kinds of lumber, $12.00 1,000 feet, jl ■ Rough Edgo lumber, $6.00 1,000 feet, j r I FREE STABLING. j | ! THE CITY MARKET 1 §E AND GROCERY CO. g HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH AND SALT £§ g MpATS, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. 3 Come in and Give us a trial and be convinced. H« . . 4|» . 40* *»■ . *?> V. . • ■•4S ' r - «•* r I* now open, with u now and I'p-to-dnto stock of l>rugs, « Family Medicines, etc., etc. Call and son us. Owl Drag Company, Phone 42-1 C. A. Wills, Prop. / Mountain and College Avenues, Fort Collins, Colorado. 1 ' • <»», *-• «tv_ «-r t, « J * v *% ' ‘ ll ‘ ‘ <&■ ' «»■ * tn mmbbbuh 1 *>—i >■■■■■ll n ir~i.? w ' v, *a | AJbsw. and Everything J- F. JCHNSOA, | Proprietor. __ M =| THE JOHNSON HOTETI I - Comer PlratSt nnd (• mnd Av:,, M Laraniic, Wyoming, a k- - - - jfirst H-latiottal Bank OF LARAMIE, WYOMING. Capital paid iiq $lOO,OOO Transacts a General Banking Business. DIRECTORS: J>. C. Bacon, Bres t. J. W. Connor, Vice Bres t. A. C. Jones, Cashier. Otto Gramm. 11. 1). Becmer. |NORTH PARK SALOONi * FRED M'AVOY, PROP. W | • • Utiflors,. ahd « (^ars.. & %€€€€€€€€€€€: NORTH PARK UNION. A LOCAL JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE REST INTERESTS OF THE NORTH PARK COUNTRY. Walden, Larimer County, Colorado, Friday, July 26 1901. Snyder House Sold. Negotiations have boon going ou for some time for the sale of the Sny der House at Walden, and early this week the doal was closed; W. 1). Mos uinn boing the purchaser. Consider ation, $(>,000. This includes the ho el, furniture, lot:- and 10 acres of land east of town in the lUggen Held. C has. Snyder aud family, who have !>cen in Walden several years, will go to the. new mining town of Pearl, where they will continue in the hotel business. Mr. C. E. Mostqan took immediate charge of the house, while W. O. Mosman went to the Big Laramie our. business trip of a few days. The present help in the hotel is retained, and the business will go on without interruption The Union wishes Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and their amiable daughters prosperity wherever they may go, and unbounded success for the new pro prietor. THE OL Swimmin' Hole BY THE DAM. JAMK.S lIAHTON ADAMS. On the corner wt' d meet 111 the ntid suminer heal ! in that rough little town of the West, j And impatiently wait for the boys who were* late. livery heart jumping ’round in nest. Then away from tl: town on our feet bare and broWn j We would scamper go-lickety-slam! I To that fountain of joys to us rough j ’ragged boys, The ol* hwuntilin' hole by the dam. There was club-foot Jack That could swim on his back, And Theodore BackurJ Half skin and half bone Who could dive over baek’ard And bring up a stone. And Jimmy .McGee, Who had swum in the sea When tho waves rolled so high That they sloshed on the sky, And squinty-cyed Brice. With a head like a gourd, Who could turn over twice When he’d spring from the board, And Finery Beagle, Born hero in the West, Who hiul a blue eagle Tattooed on his breast, And we’d all get together in sun shiny weather, And wake up tho snakes as wo swain With our whoopin’and hollerin' while wo wore wallowin’ In the ol' swimmin’ hole by tho dam. But the youngsters wc know of that barefooted crew All have grown into manhood since then, Some in war have won fame, some have buiid-.-1 a name I u tho great lettered world with Mia pen. h’ome are preaching the Word in the cause of the Lord, Some have passed from this teary old vale, L-omo have money to hum, some are toiling to earn A living, and some are in jaii! Little dull footed Jack. Who could swim on his back, Is a prominent mine owner now, And Theodore Packard Who dived over back’anl Is a ram-liman that pushes the plow, And Jimmy McGee, Who had swam in the sea, Is a minister wearing a gown, Ami squinty-eyed Brice. Who could turn over twice. Is a terror that shoots up the town, And Emery Beagle, Who wore the blue eagle Tattooed on bis little brown breast, Is now the whole thing. A political king. In a city out here iu the West And some of the number lie in the j last .slumber Who with us . o merrily swam, With their back- burned as red as a turkey cock's .head, In the ol' .swimmin' hole by the daon. Everything up-todaieat Gem City Cafe, 210 2ml st. Best 25c rnoal in Laramie. Items From Higho. By Oar Spt-cial Corrcapondcpt. . Higho, July 23rd, lUOI. | Elaymaking has begun in carnost | iu our section—“ Lady in the center and all hands round. Mr. Win. Brown was visiting in. our neighborhood this week. Mrs. MeCallum, who has been vis iting at Mr. Shippey’s, has returned to her homo in Walden Red Canyon was entertained last Sunday by some West Side people. Mrs. Bcrgquist made a pleasant call on Mrs. Shippoy lust Friday. Rev. John Oliver preached his! farewell sermon at Mr. Wittenberg's in tlie afternoon, and at Walden in the evening, la.-a Sunday. His stay among us was a pleasant one. All of tne large pupils and most of tho smalh r ones will bo out of our school during haying. Items From Butler. By Our Spocin! Corroipoqdoui (Too late for lust week.) Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Norris, ac compnnicd by their daughter Mrs Lougmire, started fey Steamboat Springs Monday morning. They ex pect to be gone some time. About all the ranchmen ou tljc West Side have their water turned oil', and expect to start hayiug next Mon day. Mr. Charles Heavers arrived from Fort Collins Tuesday evening, bring ing his daughter and two nieces with him; but not the fruit or vegetables he expected to. lie -ays the mer chants of Fort Collins are not trying to handle these things this season on account of the hail storm last spring destroying bo much. The west sale was well represented in Walden Sunday at the Children’s Hay exercises. Wc noticed on the’ streets. Mr. John Mi’< hell, Bard Beals aud family, Mrs. Butler, better known as Aunt Nellie, Mrs. Edward Norris, her son and three daughters. Mrs. B W. McDolc and daughter, Mrs. Plot clicr Campbell, An Irew Peterson and family and Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Rector. Wc fee! pleased to relate un inci dent of little Margie Cowan's braven that happened a few days ago while she was playing on the banks of tin Laramie river with some other little girls, at Woods Landing, Wyoming. One of them fell in, which so frightened the others that they began to scream and ran for the house, but little Margie ran into tho water, caught the drowning child by her clothes and held lit r above the water until help could come. Rand Items. By Our Special Coir- >ndcot. We are having v. ry warm weather and needing rain badly. 11. C. Riddle returned from Fort Collina last w< k wuh n load of sup plies. Mrs. J. Shearer was visiting hoi daughter, Mrs. d. L. Fall, Tuesday Hr Wiley was a caller in our neighborhood several days last week. Mrs Win. V/Jeli spent several days with Mrs. J. 11. Sitlener last ua , 11. L. Howard and family were lb.- guests of Mr. Wm. Shearer s last Sunday. Jay Oldenburg has got a brand new wheel, ilow about it Jay—is it built for two? Mrs. Ever hard and Mrs. Kiddle spent the day with Mrs. J. Shearer, Thursday. Everybody is quite busy these days getting ready for haying. The last electric storm we had here, the lightning struck and killed Mrs. Shearer’s buggy horse. A Colorado editor who lives up in the mountains where ltlseojl enough to aliord ample provocation for wild jokes tells this storj A bu.sines.-s mail of Fort C >M’i:s went fishing in North Park the other day and soon caught u fun* trout. He went to the telegraph ofilec 1 -(nt the following message to hit vift ■ I’ve got one. It weighs seven p« muls and is a beau ty.’ In reply earn the following singed by his wi . have I. Weighs ten pounds. Is no tnmuty. Looks like you.’ ” —Denver Cost. Tf&bincj (fommerei&l Company, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CROCERB. ;Spring and Farm JtyrieiUiarai Implements, Ek., EU.* j » I Of Laramie, wants vour trade and will, tor the next sixty days, make special cash inducements for the same. Look flfe bargains flud them lower than , lt , r! ' l ' J- j Kavly Juuo i>eas, case L 75 Th e Deere Sulk.V Plow til Ml Ch ° P U 5 i 5 »«“« - <"*» 100 Be Deere May tt 188 I Price lit! on Dried Frail*. V 251 h box lino prunes, only ....8148 f box evai>oratmi apples, only 1.78 J ml a»lb box cv«|>oratod apricots, 0n1y... BJ6 ml V!r>ib box evaporated silver prunes,only 1.86 tiff '] V- Vl # 1 S3H> box evaporated pitted plunuLOdly 1.86 Mr !fl pkn 1-5 L 1 * x,x good raisins, only 1.06 mj sjl box evaporated poaclma, 0n1y.... 1.00 'll" Y V Ctn ’ t 09111 Thi fJ WOOI. // *>, r\JKv T nflßr l-g»l. can choice table amp o.4ft >/ x, v\• 1 all) pkli Jolly (any flavor)'.; 86 / / Jr ■ Kit’a fancy fat mackerel i.IQ / / *■* 61l can best baking powder I.WI J y Winchester ham* 114 c to 12j<* [// Winchester Breakfast 8a00n.... 12c to 14c “ • ...Lnril ami compound Bcto lie . vl'' Star. Climax ami lloiso Bhoo fob. 48u to 4.V Batllu Ax tobacco 832 to ten We Sell the Famous Cooper Wagons (%\ Rock . m Bottom Prices. "TH£\Jr 'vSiifea „ Wo nro agents for the well known Racine (J Wagons and Carriages. A two-seated combi- J* ' n-; unti«-n spring wagon $-i'."».Cb. A mountain ,v$ !» V- ' v - ! oj v \ ] **iflf aprillg wagon —the t itlll. l.l*. ', V; •• . • ■.%■.',■ ■' >' • IS KING A Fuli Line ot Tents and Wagon Sheets. fj Osborn Columbia mowers from H o*k H 3.00 to s3r».«il. \ | l A lb'orim* Ideal mowers from 150.00 x/\ v. 7 f't */I U Oslioru alt steel rakes, 125.0 Q to s^mrr is 'VrSv V ic-^i, ;'' Great luriuccmeuts Bade Par Cash pH! m I~lr - Wyotnioj. The special school election called for August 10th is tho second one called for the purpose of locating a school house for tho vyest side. The first notice was defective and at the suggestion of Hon. Frank J . Anni.;. i county attorney, Mr. J. C. Timbrel, j Secretary of the Board, preferred to I put up now notices, rather thou risk , any objection that might be made to tho first notice. Let the people turn out and locate the school house where it will -b) justice to th • people of tho west hide who patronize that school. The Laraimc papers give an ac count of the drowning at Saratoga, Wyo., of a young man, Mr. Fred M. Wolf, son of the proprietor of a ho tel at that place. In attempting to rescue him M. B. Moore, formerly of Walden, nearly lost his life; he was so nearly drowned that the aid of his companions was necessary to save his life. They were all iu the Platte river swimming nnd the victim was taken with cramps. The . Hortof Mr. Moore was considered very brave and com mendable in making such a risk to save his companion. r’HOTOP or IReb a Cannon g dFalls I .V photograph of Kotl Canyon H Fulls, (a waterfall about forty ■ feet, hiffh on the Roaring Fork) B! 4x5, will bo sent to any mldrcss B ; u|K)ii receipt of 25 CENTS, a Jean McCallam, Walden, Colo. I «■'- ; -■ ■ tafever § Roldrecje Saw Mill 20 Miles South East of Walden I raise the price of ' Straight Ldge Lunilier per 1,000 feet 112.00 lum >cr, and name \yinnie j>er 1,000 foot c.OO l the following dumber dressed on one aide pot 1,000 feel. .. 15.00 Siding per I,ooofeet 15,00 prices HT Flooring per 1,000 foet 1,1.00 For every mhlitionnl 2 ft. above 10 ft. in length i.OO j| » " ’--.m-r'-i —--t 11 1 l CHEAP ,4X_ GROCERIES GROCERIES 1 CHEAP TOlbicb? It makes a great dUlbrencc whether you get good groceries at cheap» prices, or cheap groceries at good prices—purity counts far more than price, and quality is more to l>c desired than mure cheapness—what is wanted, ia low prices and not cheap groceries. This is one advantage wo have. When you buy of us you get the IjpHt goods, yet they are not high prices—quality considered, they are the cheapest on tho market Wo take pleasure in catering to the wants of ranchmen. Whea hi .own make our stoto your heudquai ters. A. S. PEABODY CO., 207 Second Street, Taiwnin, Wyoming I StaUoqery, Book*, «ad • nil 1 Lioeof ToUe* AMotn, at Mm ■ North Fade Phannaof. NUMBKB6O.