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A.Bumd J*ax KoOALU'H, ■'t - j V^toUah***. Sat**, Om tMr, (InWwiM). - K-Stt Mx MwtM. Qn MilMf) Si-00- fl«t (In Advance) •. -* -50. ♦dvwti ■■rtaar. DUpUji- Advertisement* In Tbe Xfninn out be ineerted for fi.59 (fifty note) per. inch a njontli, single col umn. Local notices, 10c. (ten oents) per line for first insertion, and fie. (five ocuts) per line for each subse quent insertion. Special rates made Known on application. Hr All Advertisements Collected For jlntlt Qrdered Out. Jh JoTo 35^rl3a.ta,zxgr- We do ail kinds of Job Work, and our prices are reasonable. Neat nose Ih style and promptness in work aro guaranteed. Generally, work should bo ordered about one wcok before it il wanted, The North Park Union is entered Ht tho pptst-ottice at Wulden, Larmier /tounly, Colorado, every Friday as sec* dnd'Class matter. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1001. THE CURSE OF WEALTH. Wire you ever a millionaire? Jpid you ever stop to think liow much real trouble, anxiety and loss of rest and peace the average million aire has? how quiet and peaceful the average citizen who toils from early morn till dewy eve in tlie honest pur suit of dollars honestly earned?—how cheerful his wife, how ruddy his chil dren; good likely lads aud lasses growing up into decent manhood aud lbving and lovable womanhood. Not so with the rich man. lie has peace rocking thoughts ttyit harass him by day, and herds of nightmares disturb his dreams nt night: about his wealth, how to keep it, or invest it, or whetli or it is in a safe bank, or profitable securities; also his social position or that of his family is just what it ought to be; that cut old Money lings' daughter, with her red huir, turn up nose and freckles, gave to his lovely was such an iusult that he will tyave revenge, for it almost prostrated his wife, who wus only a poor girl when she njarried the fortunate Mr. Shylocx, wlfo&c wealth came so sud denly one day from n lucky strike in a gold mine in California. Yes, he will have revenge if It costs him half tk million dollars. His money enme quick; he is going to let it depart as easily. So he plans and schemes, ly ing awake nights, thinking how he will bring old Mono)' Bags' daughtci to a proper understanding of just how low a thing her mother was before silk was born, and had it not been for her father’s partnership with the Shrewd Mr. Cecil, she—Muiuie Money Ra£'£— might to-duy be the obscure daughter of the washerwoman of Hi bernian birth. That is one form of tbe curse that comes os the result of wealth, but there's another. Of course you remember back in lowa or Illinois years ago, what a glorious sight it was to seo, at this time of year, tho fields of waving corn rustling in tho wind, the long ears ripening in the soft sunlight of early autumn. Tho wheat had long been garuerod; much of it had been in flour—in fact, your dinucr dessert, that rich berry pie crust, was made from grain sown in the spring as the last snows were malting. The gran aries were bursting with oats aud bar ley, and now it won tbe long until corn picking, “buskiugs” we used to call them, will be in order, when the young country ' lads will spread themselves all day, have a party at pight and go borne with the girls. From the spring plowing and planting and tending of the crops to wheat,hay and oorn harvests,the motive power in all this great bread making business to feed the world has been the band of man. Good honest la bor, the homely farmer, and while tbe sweat trickles down bis sun burnt face he “piles his wintry board with fruits of honest libor high" the stealth, the cunning ot the mil- 1 lionaire is conspiring to cut the prices pf his hard earned products to the r lowest notch; combinations to control; ' the prolongation of the everlasting battle between capital and labor. (The curse of wealth in its worst and 1 most aggravating form. Why not let labor alone? It feeds you, clothes l you, dresses you, builds your homes, • carries you, makes all that is worth , the having in life and buries 3*oll when you are dead. How can cold fcapital degrade .so sacred a thing os 1 Uor. And yet it does. That is the ' fctoeof Wealth. Items Of Interest Get ready for tho fun Aug 3Q/31. Sec ad In this paper. Harr/ Long and family have gone for a week’s outing in the mountains. Everything up-to-date (it Gem Cafp, 210 2nd st Best ssc meal iu Laramie. Sin. Maud Camming. and children were passengers in on (bo stage Tues day night. Mr. N. C- (larbutt reported tbnT about S 5 ditches were proved up on during his stay as referee. u Bert Butler took possession yester- 1 day, of the lively barn recently under tho management of Jerome Docker. Bert Kerr, nephew of Wo. Kerr, accompanied Mrs. Maggie Kerr from Montana, and will remain in the l*ark a few weeks. In our local last week about Mr. Runny and wife wo located them at Hay del). That w.hs a mistake; they are at Craig, Routt .count)'. Mr. James D. Choate of New York City, and Mr. Lawson JJ. All worth of Deep River, Conn., aro bponding a few days in the Park, pl easure seek tog. , Mr. Wm. Winscora was in town last Saturday getting ready lor hay ing at his place, soon. He .reports abundance of gooseberries up An his neighborhood. Colorado Springs claims the big gest baby ever born in the state. July 20 Mrs. Frank Leas of that city gave birth to ai 7 pound boy. Who can beat that? Mr. Jell Kilbourn and sons, of Love land, have leased the ranch of Bert Butler on tlio West Side, and will make improvements and draw profits for the next tierce years. The Park people have at last got down to haying in earnest, and the minimi staple crop is being harvested with much care. Most sill meadows show a lighter yield than lost year. v Joe Richards, formerly of Fort Collins, a blacksmith and wagon maker, has located in Walden at Pat Martha's old shop. He will make horseshoeing a specialty. .i2ltf Dr. and Mrs. Morse took to the woods last Saturday for u month's outing over on the Rig Laramie. The Union hopes they will have an enjoyable time and both improve iu health. % S. S. and Cluts. Towner came in from * Agate Ridge Wednesday. Charlie gees to the South End of the Park to do a job of baying, aud Ins father will return with a load of household goods to the Ridge. Mrs. Mamie Hubbard and her mother ore stopping for a few weeks with S. S. Brownlee’s family, Mrs. Hubbard expects to sell her cattle, after which the)’ will go out of the Park, nt least for the winter. 1/ 11. O. Docker is painting a sign, “Mosman Hotel,” to take the place of the old “Snyder House,” now torn down and relegated to the garret of forgotten memories (?) —guess not; we wou't forget the Snyder House so soon uh that. Strayed —From Wm. Huntington ranch on the Platte one work team — both bays—one branded aU( I the other E /r Both geldings. One has large star in forehead, the other a small one. $5 reward to any one who tukes them up and notifies C. E. Mosman, Walden. Mrs. Leek of Laportc, came into town for a short visit Saturday. She was accompanied by her daughter. Miss Mamie, and Miss Funny Walthal of Fort Collins. The young ladies will visit in the Pork until Mrs. Leek returns, in a week or two. Mr. Mart. Briggs and family of Evans, Colorado, are stopping for a week's outing at the Michigan. Mrs. Briggs Ims a niece, a little Miss Cle tus Baird of Sparta. Illinois, with her. As a trout fisher Mr. Briggs is im proving over his firet efforts. Always do your thinking before you buy. We carry a full line of new and second hand furniture, as well as household hardware. Will give any and all mail orders from a fish hook to a seventy four strict at tention. McCreery & Bock, P. O. l>ox 727, Ft. Collins, Colo. Dr. A. M. Sears of Saratoga Wyo. is now in Walden and will remain a short time. All dental word per formed in a first class manner, and guaranteed. A specialty made of crown and bridge work. Prices reasonable and examination free, inferences: Saratoga State Bank; also Miss Sofie Erickson of Walden. Graduate of reputable denial • college. Office at Moemas. House. Mr. Harry M. Warner, representing Moyer A Go., Merchant Tailors, of Chicago 111., came in Thursday. Ho will take your measure and make you a suit and guarantee a perfect fit and Mi at reasonable prices. Call on him i;t Mosman House. j Messrs. Ulysae Weave and Ckas. 'Winslow of Fort Collins, having fin ished their outing in the Park, took their departure for the Laramie river Monday morning, where thoy will re main fishing and rusticating a few days longer before returning to their -homes. Ralph and Mrs. Coyto took thefr little daughter, Bertha, home to the ranch Sunday morning. Bertha has bean here, sick with that terrible dis ease, typhoid fever, for five weoks; but we are glad to report that she is now 90 far recovered as to be out of danger. Mrs. Maggie Kerr came home on the stage Tuesday r.ignt, from a three month's visit with her sick mother, Mrs. McNally, iu Montana. Her mother’s sickness is lingering, but she is badly prostrated. If she re covers sufficiently thoy will bring her back to the Park. In his recent ascension with tho Denver Post Balloon, Mr. Sibley bad some real wild west experiences, and was badly seared, and scraped over brush, hills and through ravines be fore he could stop his airship; but that is the experience of all who ex periment with flying machines. Don’t go to McCreery & Bock to buy the best heating stoves, ranges, and stove repairs in this neck of the woods, unless you want to buy where you can buy for tho least money, and if perchance you are from Missouri, call iu and be shown when in our town. McCreery & Bock, jul tf P.O.box 727, Ft. Collins, Colo. Our local is away behind times lately in gathering up the news. He omitted, (very unintentionally) for which ho sincerely apologizes, to make mention of tho Ladies of Wal ,clen giving their icecream sociable at the city hall from which they real j ized Hie snug little sum of >24.00. 1 The proceeds aro to go to the pay meat of the preacher's salary. W. T. Shortridge, n constable, and M. P. Hanford, representing the National Mutual Fire Insurance Co., both of Fort Collins, were in the Park this week transacting business. Mr. Hanford was pleased with Ins success among our ranchmen, aud the hospi tality and good cooking of the wives and daughters of said ranchmen cap tured him completely. That's the kind we have up here. A tourist from New York City, one from Boston, and one from Chi cago, arc rusticating in the Park for a few weeks, and stopping with a family up the Michigan, who art pretty busy these days; so the women folks call on their visitors to help run .the machine on wash day, and the gentlemen respond most cheerfully. That’s the kind of visitors to have— there's nothing like being useful. A jolly party of picniccrs, on a tour for fun and recreation, camped at the Michigan a few days this week. They consisted of C. A. Hayward and family of Sterling (Colo.) Lumber Co., Homer Hayward and family of Long mont Lumber Co., Martha L. Finch of Chicago, Sadie McKelvey of Mount Vernon, 111., Nellie M. White of Los Angeles, Cal., 11. Herbert White of Sterling, Colo., Dios Ilngle of Flora. 111. Mrs. J. C. Ish and daughters and Mrs. J. L. Ish were pleasant callers at tho Union office last Sunday; but our local was so much overcome by the presence of so many ladies all in a bunch in a carriage, that he forgot to ask them tp get out and come in and make themselves “to hum.” Pshaw! how iinperlite a feller can be when lie s kind er frustrated. But come of toner ladies, and well get better acquainted. If any of our people saw, last Tuesday, a bare-headed man with shirt sleeves torn off at the shoulders, and his arms brown as the sinews of Vulcan, and carrying a long spear pointed, two-edged dagger in his belt, and a (/iuisi desperado stare in his eye, they should not have felt the least alarm, as it was only Mr. James D. Choate, a New York editor, anticipat ing the appearance of the editors of The Arizona Kicker, The Loveland Reporter and the North Park Union, when they visit New York later in the fall. His forecast of the style in which the aforesaid cditois from the wild and woolly west will make their appearance on Broadway, was an ex ccllentytake off” (no pun)anu up-to date garb these hot July day.s Mr. Choate, you’re a brick, shake! HfifStwf)- for-their home 4(.,C-*alg lkst .Tuesday. Jean StuAicyact went with them for a visit. Mr. Howard Russell, manager- of the Fort Collins Express, accompanied by two brothers from Larged, Kansas, were callers at the Union office last week, I Tut the editor was absent Mr. Russell, yog drove right by the ! editor's door and never stopped Now, never hear of you doing 30 again. Wc hunted all over town for you the other night but failed to find you—we did not look m the right place ne suppose. Come again, gentlpuien. Well, the Port Collins visitors are through with their business aud pleasure trip to the Park for the present. Last Saturday witnessed the departure of. the last cargo, or rather carriage load. Judge Bailey and N. C. Garbutt, Hon. Frank J. Annis and Frank Baxter. The other part of the crowd had gone a lew days before, Mr. Ansel Watrous, Clark Moore, Mr. McPherson and W. V. Roberts. Mr. Watrous evidently enjoyed l;is rides through tho Park, and especially his view of tho famous lliack Bro’s coal mine, and Messrs. Roberts and Moore took some pleas ure in the sparkling rainbows aud speckled beauties which they hurled with the dexterity of experts from the crystal waters of the Michigan and other mountain streams. Come again, gentlemen, one and all. Hope we will have more time next trip to show you round over the Park. Don’t inis3 the North Park Festi val, Aug. 30, 31. Striving After a Bigger Business mllE present growth spurs us on to greater efforts. Recently this company bought out the firm that occupied this building for so many years. It lias done 11 great business in the past; We shall do more in the future. Wc arc making a bid for popular patronage by using plain, clean, hon est method j that the public will tic to. We arc hereto sene you faithfully; want this store to be pointed out and spoken of as the place where all classes of the community may come and feel that they are being dealt with iu absolute fairness. The next time you are in Fort jM Collins come in and see us. wl Send us your mail orders; they will be promptly attended to. Larimer Dry Goods Co., Succsssor To The C. R. WELCH CO., W. V. Roberts, Manager Jort QoHi&s, Qolof&do. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Desert Land, Final Proof. United Sintcs Land Office, Denver, Colorado, June 2!, 1901. Notice in hereby «ivct» that. Clinrlcn brown of Hifjho, Colorado, hus filed notice of intention to nmke proof on his ciesort-tnnd clnim No. K 9, for the N 1-2 NE 1-4 mid N 1-2 NW 1-4. or Lots 1,2, 3 and 4of Sec. 1, T9N,R 82 W, before Har vey P. Sturdovnnt, United States Commissioner. District of Colorado, on Monday, the sth day of August, 1901. Ho name* the following witnesses to prove the complete irrijaticnWid reclamation of aaid Uadi Stephen B. Hnrl, “ ' 1 j Willinm H. ‘ ‘I icltu Miller, C. I* row », Regittor y? * 2 NOTICE FOR PUBLI CATION- Timber Culture. Final Proof. I'nitod StaU jc Lanu Qiticc, Denver, Colorado, June 21, liOl. Notice it lioreby jrivcii thu/t Donnie Brennon. hat tiled unties of intention to make final pr«H»f 'joforts Harvey F. Sturdo*'nut, United States Cominh4Hioi;er, 7>intrict of fjolorado, uthisoUlco r.x Walden, Colorado, on T uesday. t|ie Btli day of a intuit, 1901, on timbeV.* culture njU'liOatior- No. 12,205, for the W 1-2 S E 1-4 and El-2 8W l-< of section f»u, 11 •in Tovrushlp Np, 0, S ftanuG No SO, W. H s tinmen as vritneeson: Mark A. Baldwin, <.f Band, Pplopdo. Will in mA. Baldwin, “ John Slack, “ Bpiccv, Dap Mclcauc, C. D. Foro, Register. Notice F or Publication. Land Of lea at Denver, Colorado, Juno 28, 1201. Notice ie lioreb y given that the following* i..lined Bottler baa Hied notico of his intention to make final proO C in rapport of hie claim, anti that said proof wi'tl bo mado before Harvey fr. Hturdovant, Unito -i Stator Commissioner, Dis trict of Colorudo, at Walden, Colorado, on Au giibt 3rd, 1901. viz. : H. A. No. 18.969 of James K. P. HcCpllum of H aldcn, Colorado, for the N's NW‘i and Nit NI H Hoc. 21, T 9 N, R 79 W. Ho name* the following witnesses to prove his continuous ret ddeiice upon, utid cultivation of, said land, viz. :. Samuel 8. Brow nlee, of Walden, Colorado. William D. Bec'ijtwith," Chorgo Pont, David W. Tlbb otts, “ “ C. D. Food. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Oflico at Denver, Colorado, July 1,1901. I Notice is her ,*by given that tho following named settler li jh filed notice of hor intention to make final pr oof in supiiort of his claim, and that said proof t vill be made before Harvey F. Sturdevnnt, Un. ited States Cotpinissioner. Dis trict of Colorad D, at Walden, Colorado, on Au rust 13,1901. via.: H. A. No. 18,1 W of Wallie Fortune, widow and one of tho heirs of Samuel E. Warren, do sensed, of Glonoyre, Colorado, for tho SWi* SI VJ* Sec. 13, and BEI4 BE 1 * Bee. 14, and NEU N'fiii Hoc. 28 und NWt NW 1-1 Sec. 21, T U N, ft 78 W. She names tl io following witnessed to prove her conlinuou s residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz.: E. K. Sp'.ingor, of Gloneyrc, Colorado Chnrles Lt lining, '* '* Walter B< mne, “ “ August Puscho, " " C. D. Fobd, Register. jus r '9 This is the Old Method. If you want your Work done Strictly Up-to-date, go to C. Mackay Smith, D D S Port Collins, Colorado. ALWAYS ON TIME Tho Union Pacilic Trains For all Eastern Points. Two Trains Daily to Denver, Kansas City ami the S. E. Three Trains Daily to Omaha, Chicago anti the East. Quickest time by many hours. Do not fail to be fully informed of the Fine Train Service of fered by the Union Pacilic. Only Direct Line to the East. Ask About Excursion Rates. ; For Time Tables and full information call on C. M. CLARK,Agent, Laramie, Wyo, ; Dr. H. L. True hands us the fol- 1 lowing letter: Union Pacific Time Table. Passenger trains arrive in Laramie a? follows and remain only live minutes: WEST-BOUND. No. l. Overland Limited*. ...11:00 p. m. No. 3, Pacific Express 12:80 p. m. ' No. 101, Fast Mail 11:50 p. m. EAST BOUND. No. 2, Overland Limited 4:30 a. m. No. 4, Licol Passenger 11:50 a. in. No. 0, Atlantic Express 11:05 p. m. Dissoution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing be tween McAvoy & Hartzel is this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. All bills due the firm will be paid to Fred McAvoy, and all bills due from the firm will be paid by the said Fred McAvoy. Dated this 29th day of June, I9CTI. Jacob llartzel. jula9 Fred McAvoy. r Justice’s Blanks: Summons, Criminal Complaint, A Warrant, IP Subpomn, Printed and For Sale at the UNION OFFICE THE LARAMIE " GROCERY CO, Staple and Fancy Groceries; also Flour, Grain and Feed, Tobacco and Cigars. <s>ur flpotto; "Good Goods, Honest Weights and Measures at lowest Living'Prices, atui Careful Attention to all Orders.'' Following is a partial Price List of our Immense stock of Groceries, etc.: leas. Dried and Evaporated Fruits. Our stock in Ibis Hue i» complete, Evaporated apples, prime, 25 lb the best grades at a moderate price, boxes ; Eagle, simdricd.l lb pkgs $ .CO Blackberries, C pouud boxes tor ].«) Boka, in English Breakfast, Cal. Cherries, ;t pound hr,pitted hob Olong, Ceylon, Gun Powder and Dates, per pound 12he, 2 lbs for .25 Japan, any kind in 1 pound tins Peaches, 25 pound boxes 2.50 'p In '.CO Rnisinß, psr pound, lOe to 1* Japan Fannings, I It. pkgs 35 Suff3r. Tens in bulk, V lb,- 40c to 7.) fleet granulated, I f pounds for Coffees. $l.OO, or per cwt *0.50 Wo guarantee our brands to be the Golden, CIO lbs for $ I.oo,rewt ij.ub best that can lie bought for the Canned Vegetables. money. 2 lb standard string beans t'caseU.9o Mandehng, Java fill * .40 “Bearn All” Blend \> lb 30 . 1 e __ , ~ Pilgram sweet corn i ot> Fancy Java & Mocha f! lb 40 „ . , r . .. „ V Grout and pork ,3 lb, 2 dozen 2.75 bnan Shot, Blend i* lb 2;i / -, l . Tl 1T!I IVI on Gloria peas, per ease 1.90 ioa cu. fi •■•••• Early June Triumph peas, 'jS case 2.50 Arbueklcs or XXAX f‘ lh 15c • or 7 lbs 1.00 Cheese Posturn Cereal 20oz pkgs 25 Wisconsin full cream per pounds .20 Soaps. Colorado .15 White Russia a, 25 bars for Swiss -5 si.oo, i* box : • .83.75 Meats and Lard White Navy, 28 bars for $l.OO, _ Rams, largo , per polln ,, j, u l< - Breakfast Bacon, per pound .15 Diamond C, 28 burs for $l.OO, Silver Loaf Lardi 3 pound pails .fc p box 3.50 New Ida, 32 liars for $l.OO 3.00 Flour Ivory, 1 0o» bars, 3 for . .25 Gold Dust, Colorado, per ewLsl.9o Sapolio 10c a bar or 3 for 25 Defiance “ ,l 1.90 Prices Subject to Market Changes. Laramie Grocery Co., Corner Second and Garfield Sts., Laramie, - - • Wyoming, 20 J4edd »f galls For |a!e 15 Head of thoroughbred Short horn and 6 head of Hereford bulls. Write to, or come and seo Bulls are at. Pearl. C. C. Fliniau, Pearl, Colq | Professional Qards jj E. A. Ballard, H. F. Sfurdevant, Denver. Colo. Walden. Coio. BALLARD & STUiIDI.VAN f Aitorneys At Law. P. W. FISGHERyMTD. Physician and Surgeon. ... Oolorctdo. Frank J. Annis, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR at LAW Rooms 6 and 7 Holding Bl’k. Fort Collins - - Colorado G E ALEXANDER, ASSAYER, CHEMIST, MINING ENGINEER Cyanide Testing A Specialty. 1730 Champa Street, Denver, Colo. •Jolirt A. Steele, CIVIL ENGINEER, Walden, (310. POUDREVALLEY BANK. Of Fort Collins, Colo. DIRECTORS. Abnor Loomis, Pr***. Jns. B. Arthur, V-Proe. C. H. Sheldon, Caehier. V. W. Wolf. A-Cr. C. H. Andrews. N. C. Alford. T. H. Robertson. W. C. Stover 6. W. Bailey, . . . Attorney. First Nat’l Bank Bl ! k, Fort Collins, • » Colorado. WRITE EDWARDS, BUDROW & KISSOCIp Fort Collins, Colorado, ® When you Insurance. Deeds correctly ® | drawn, inforqir.tlon about titles, or tiualatu » 1 with n ay of the County Officers that needs per- ( sosal aticntlou. Abstracts of titio l uroiabrd. Clmrjjos Always Reasonable. H. F, STURPEYANT, Attorney. NOTARY ■ - - ■ PUBLIC, United .Slates Commissioner, District of Colorado. HEAL ESTATE AND INSUIIANU ACENT. Walden, - - Colo, THE FIRST NAtTONAL BAN* OF FORT COLLINS, COLORADO. Established 1881. Ca},.ttil and Surplus, $80,000.00. officers"and directors. F. C. Avery, President; f-. C. Ai'iore,tiul uert C. R. Welch, Vico President; K. T*. Avery. Assistant Cashier ; I. \V. Rennet. F. Thomas n. Davy, J. C. Evans, V. N- J1 - Sco,t Transacts a General Banking Bu&ine^ DR. P. W. FISCHER, Walden Colom«Ji— Cattle«M—J| RT3 branded SB "M on left BKm Own a.-' B| IMV side. KgMlgWKunKe in V>rtlifflUg| J. J. HUNTER. Plnkhaniton Cattle ■■■■■■■HreiMler >lu K® v ed l.ra'i'le’lMßM nnlwVtfcJ 11 side of head. • rlclit HMinlKaiHem side. ■■■Band Wyoming. SAMUEL MAIITI.N. Martin Co'oiwl"- Rungo North and Middle Parks pj )( ,niJtf Horses hrnndedQ»J ftn ,,f I*!!!'. iVi'i *ldc. Cattle biimdcdOlYl" »I— 1 MONTE Ut.EVINS, Wnlil™ ' “W 1 "- Ranga Inborn, unU St UUUc CUKDSF.Y HBO S. Hebron. Ranch on hraneli of LJ! 1 . !'. ..I.; , j ranee In North and Middle P* 1 V|l Cattle branded P C cpnnectwl left hip. horses bran ded same eft shoulder.