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Iputty, Wail paper, [paint Drushes, atthe [llorth Park Pharmacy. IVOLUME VI. I $5,000~ I I Worth of Men’s and Boy.’s I CLOTHING Bought of a manufacturer a stock—all this season's make and stvlcs ■ At 68c on the Dollar. H Will be sold at a corresponding reduction for the uext fifteen days, j beginning Friday, Oct. 18.' Como in and convince yourself. I ZLfoe ffbcople's Store I 3. E. Cobcit, iproprtetor. I -iO7 E. MOUNTAIN AVE., FORT COLLINS. H C. J. SPERR, " J H Manufacturer and Deal hi | Harness, Saddles, IV/iifs, i ! I i; I Blankets. ■ LAP ROBES AND ALI. KINDS OF SI’ECIAI PRICES TO THE PARK ]| B HORSE FURXISni.NO GOODS TIi.UG: \t> ;iii S AND :;l AXaET■. i: m i: ■: •Ih II 'ork (h.aran ired For Tico Years. I : I; . " j: FT. COLLINS, COLO. PJ- WALKER, Presilient. W. W. KNIGHT, V . Pro*, tuul iiyr I I- R. LOCKE, Treasurer J. W. HIN ALE. Secretary. fllbusic Go, CEO. STF.CK a CO. W""* X A V% T ADAM SCHAAF kKAMCIi A BACH j H/j fl A sI , U SSSa I flAhU*3 I ’““Sw. STORY ft CLARK ryagß., » ■ ?■■■■ JEWETT WKHUHftCO'. I &XU£ UJLZ DUNHAM ItSIV> Ee G D LARK OPCAMS Angelus Piano Player. Pianos sold on payments—either monthly*, quniorly, or yearly. Kv«\-y in striunent absolutely guaranteed. Correspondence! solicited. Send for "••t.t.ogm*. 613 Stitccntl) St. a ,7«n Denver, Colo. wbsb g——Mßamaaaaa —; tsstut rrzprsstmm*? ' rr ~^ 3jL. J. Porters’ Saw .V.il! * i Three MilesN or (li of J K i • Post Office, Pinkhamton j I The MOINTVI N II O ,W LJ f; 1!I J O MI | All kinds- of lumber, $12.00 1,000 feet. | j Sough Edge lumber. $6 00 1,000 feet. g j FREE STABLING. p U^-rwir-.^'ng -vEi.ia'rimc-.Jtvir •;•••»• - -.m: - ..•• I THE CITY MARKET || £ AND GROCERY CO. B HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH AND SALT 3 B MEATS, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. 3 JY Come in anti Give us a 3; Te trial and be convinced. rS J UUU WK 1 H .. . -t. F. JOH M SON. iffij b New.nnd Everything J J W Flrat.Clo.B_— Proprietor —«**■ \ =j THE JOHNSWHOTEL | - J (Sornei* Plrat 3t. and Gr-rtd Avo.r B Lararriie, Wyoming. 5 rr 4T V -fix* iT ' TWr^riv=^^| * g?- "3 r f} DAY BOARD $3-50 PER WEEK > s * IN ADVANCE. MEALS 25C \\ teMes d MRS. ANNA E. WASSON, FROP’R. «* Everything first-class, and otfisixE not tc bo excelled m tin . j ' Fort QolliDs, - " Colorado. .j i*-2£ Sfe ■ iS— —Gffi? NORTH PARK UNION . A LOCAL JOURNAL DO VOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE NORTH PARK COUNTRY. Walden, Larimer County, Colorado, Friday, October 25, 1901. Illegal Fencing. Coiuplaiut comes from Livermore and the country lying north of there, that much [tublic land iti those locali ties is being illegally fenced in. The smaller stockmen are being crowded out, and compelled to move away, county highways arc interfered with and school districts depopulated. One outfit is said to have eleven sections of government laird fenced in between Owl canon and Boxeldcr. It has in all about -.’> sections fenced, but about half of it is deeded, rail road or school lands. Three other outfits are said to have a tract of country up and down the North Poudr< fern. <i in for fifteen miles on a stretch, so close that there is hard ly a camping place along the way Of course .some of thA land, as in the first iiutftuco, is deeded or leased, but ill i* iVuced in without regard to title. .Miu ii the same condition ex ists on tin* uppur Lone Fine, says the Denver News. The smaller stockmen have timi and again protested.' They have time and again laid the facts before th-j United States district attorney. Mit for tlie past Hip o years no action has been taken bv the authorities toward rrecting tin uso. Tbi war-; ago a speeiel a;."fit 1 i ’ !, o country and ordered the feue > 1 iirii. T iie ofr.'ioTers merely d-j i h -ii Ihe wire f.v ui tig- post, lot ‘ang it fall to the ground, where, for •i ; liort time, it lay, theft it went up and the land again enclosed. Four months ago the smaller stock men took concerted a 'ion towards having the>o fences removed. They • •• ' ai at ■iey to push the matter. The utter . v hi'd the mutter lie lore District AttOi.’iey (.rnnstoii, \.le wrote tlur the matter would hi/ placed in the hands of a special ngci.i .for iavesti gatiou. No special sigeut lias \ct n;>- . and the aggricyi 1 part 1»* an in-coming disgusted with the law'. d<- lay.—lJ-'ort Collius Express.--pi'her. a’sn ill. ;■1 fencing in North Park !; would seen U-, 1.,- Snm would put . stop t-> all such business, bub he lou t. When will he? F. Iv and Harry llolilrege of Owl wore Walden visitors the first >f the Mrs. Edna Martin went out for a foWidays Visit last Saturday to Mi .Jennie Co^'tc's. Mrs. Morse and children of Kan sas City, Mo., are visiting friends at Hand these days. K l Ilowerd and Wm. Moore of Rand were among those past Monday evening in Walden. We understand the Terry 1 ranch, part of the possessions of the Two Bar, has been sold to llalph Coyte. Wm. Walker accompanied liy. Oti Walker and wife, left Lafcver City for U.-Hi-is Saturday last. J ilin lvineli. Theodore L. Cook and other Hebron visitors wi-ro do ing bu>!i:css in town Tuesibu*. Tin recent snow storm at tlio head of ike Michigan creek, proved a boon to the ranchmen along the Michigan bottoms. 1100. Fiank J. Annis of Fort Col lins, made a short call on Walden last Friday night, going out again on jfciturdu \ ’a stage. The people of Hebron promptly i paid their portion of Elder Phifer | Balmy in v. few minutes when called j on. Good for Heine: Let the town Marshall see that the carcass of that dead horse on the j dump west of town la destroyed by* fire or propc rly buried. 1 . . NOTICE. . The annual fall round-up will meet at the Gol. Moore Itane.ii on the evening of the 28th of October, starting north along the west side on the morning of the 29th. H. C. Qhedsey, President of the N. P. S. Association. Mr. J. C. Howard lias a fine new : frame house in course of erection. When finished it will be one of the liuost residences of tho Park. Wm- Westholiu, who lives iti the North Park but ships from Laramie, was at the yards to-day with three ears of i attic.—Omaha Drovers’ Jour nal. Donalson Pro's of Rand have driv en about two hundred head of fat cattle over to the Laramie river to feed a f"w weeks before shipping to market. The Ladies of Walden will give a chicken-pic supper at t! Ciiy Hall on Friday night, Nov. 1. Everybody , invitod. Tickets 35 c.s. Children •") CtS. U. I! and Mrs. Mosman aecompan ■lby Mr Minnie K Barnes and ) Wm. Sice. v. .it on a hurried business trip to Pearl but Stmdnv, returning Monday. Mrs. Ogilvio, mother of Mrs. Rosa Linger, is visitiug at the home of her daughter fur a few week-'. A broth r heio also lately, returned to Eng land a short time since. Rev. 11. Sutlierlin, pa-tor Hebron, vis r. visitor VY.dd'-n Saturday and Sunday r'*. riding tin •juartcrly m a cling, fie lias the. ap pearance «'i le’ing r.n able, gentlemun- Largeloads of lumber are gojj.g from Lafcver and Holdreje’s mill t » Ik: ! 1 . undi:rst»»nd Preil MeAvoy is buildin , a livery stable up there nd Charie.-j : :yder is larging his hotel. Lost Saturday Willis Briggs was '•rouglit bi f-T ■ .Justice k- :th on |.i wniii’nl charging a assault oil] i\; !'•" ’ * ell ' » nk..*'i lie plead i i .!■!!!>■ ..Mil V. , lin«l flvi-.loHiirn and j • i*i»*• • r<-Kiittcd i eajmenl ■. f 1 .J Law- r.» Of P:t Collin: 1 !rov into • .v.-.i Wedue.' .ay inorn'm j vi’h o,- , •, ..tu. Mrs. Lnw- I • ■:. ' who ?. visitwg her Ml:- ivesinthe J’ark, r.ill probably r - * urn with her husband when hi The attachment s uit of Theodore L. C'Kili v-i H. ii. Davies lin.t has Keen pi-nding l.« .«• fustico Beck with was disposed of last Tuesday in i recovery in favor of Cook, of a judgment of three hundred dollars and costs. The Distrrict board have had the school house cloaned up, wiudowt* washed and Uoors scrubbed; now let them replace tho- broken glasses in the windows and put upseveral dozen •oat and hat hoo s m place of tliou* oi l bent nails. Mri. William .Jones has gone on a visit to her old home in Ohio. This summer, two of her sisters wore out on n visit fora few weeks aud she re i urned with one of them. Billy 100k 1 * sad and lonesome, but nes res us that she won’t -lay long. La.-t Thursday, little II year old F ddU Raker, returning homo from Owl Mo intoiu rse back, stopped Walden 1) ■ • his horse was v- k. Next morning tho horse died. I Fred struck <• - home on fool distance of about nine miles just as undisturbed ns could be. That's true Western pluck. Harry L. Baugh has received i.if ; commission as '.’uited States Cum missiocer from the Circuit Court at Denver. All parties interest r 1 in filing on hoiucstc is or desert claims, or making final proofs on either, cau now have their business properly at tended to at Walden. The Union »■'•ngralulates the new Commissioner and hopes he may mako a great suc cess of his new and untried honors. The following quest ion will lie de bated at the Literary Society next Tuesday night. * Uesolvod, that the signs of the' times Indicate that our country is tending towards despotism. Atllrmativc. Prof. ti. 1. Dailey, Jean McCallum. Negative, 11. F. Sturdevanl, A. U McCallum. Speakers limited to tivo minutes each. The Commoner. Mr. Bryan's Paper.) The Commoner has attained within six months from date of first issue a circulation of 100,000 copies, a record j probably never equaled in the history of American periodical literature. The uupnrallellttd growth of this paper demonstrates that there is room in the newspaper field for a national paper devoted to the discussion of j political, economic, arid so, i.-il prob lems. To the columns of Tho Com moner Mr. Br}'an contributes Ins best ollbrU. and hi■» review of political events : they arise from time to Urge eau not fail to interest those who study public questions. Tho Commoner's regular subscrip tion prii- is SI.OO per year. Wo have arranged with Mr. Bn u where by wo can fund 1: his paper and the Union together for or * (tjO OEI year for.. j if paid for st r ietly in advance. Tho ’ rt'gular subscription price of tin- two j 5 t'pors alien subecrib-'d for separately j Is $3.00. J. Alex Jlowio, No matter how lie Ci.i.ms tiling-* people will soofi’it, j But -I. Alexander . 4 |. . r «n s’r.nd or j While I-.o s i ■*. ug in profit. • I ( id tb.is my owed t«» the mewp,’’ • the :: n nd 1•• shied a coal ehov •l :.t the cat. The t Inin * hat Admiral Sampson i ui'iid '* lli torian" M . lay comes r.itkor late—but then that is a habit >i! Sampson’s.—Rocky Mountain News. Personally tho candidates on th ; democratic ticket are above reproach. far as wo know they are tion»*st, capable and go'*d intelligent citizens, lint they ente tain sentiments and represent political Dmics tli ii ar • ob noxious to the American people. They cling to theories of government that have been exploded by the irre sistible forco of tho logic of event 3 , and which stand in the way of prog ress. Thoir election would be tanta mount to an endorsement of these is sues and theories by the people of Larimer county, a contradictory posi tion in which we do not believe they will place themselves, ff the demo cratic candidates were superior to their republican opponents in ability, honesty, intelligence and integrity, republicans would have some excuse for voting for them, but as no eueli claims could be substantiated or would stand a moment's investiga tion, they will east thoir votes for their own candidates.— Fort Collins Courier. —( The complimentary part of the foregoing is acceptable. Lot us sec about tho denouneiatory part. “Bat they entertain sentiments and represent polilicc.l issues that arc ob noxious to the American people.” Well, that ia too bad. What senti ments? And what political issues .-.re ?o obnoxious to what American people? That is too sweeping. It should be to tho republican par ty. This" is tho toughest of all. “They cling to thcorios of govern ment that have been exploded by the irresistible f**rce of the logic of events and which stand in the way of prog ress ' Fray! wlmt theories of government have boon exploded? and who ex ploded them? Do you refer to that thorny of government “ that all men are created equal? If so vre will admit it ha* been biiated; —but who by? Why by the party that lias been in pow**r ever since the first in auguration of Abraham Lincoln but cot by “the irrisistiblc force of tho logic of oventc," but by the forco and power of greed ortd unjust gain, by dinreputablo politics instead of states manship, by injustice instead of jus tice, truth. honor and right GIVEN AWAY! ON CHRISTMAS DAY Ist Premium—HamUome Sideboard ~,,..935.00 2d “ —Beautiful Couch 22 00 3d “ —Klogant Kxtenaion Tuble 17.00 4th “ —Lady'll Dressing Caac 14.50 3th “ —Cut Glass Water Bottle 8.00 These premiums are to bo selected from our Holiday Stock. Having enjoyed a large trade during the hull two months, and wishing it to continue tho rest of the year, we make the following inducements: After tfie Ist day of October, 1907, we will give a ticket with cfccry $l.OO cash purchase, which will en title you to a ehanoo on these beautiful goods to tic given away. Largest Line of IIOI’SK FURNISHING GOODS in Northern Colorado, and if priors uni not right wo don’t ask you to buy. A large and beautiful line of China appropriate for wcddlug, birthday or any kind of presents. . Silcott & Webster. FORT COLLINS, COLORADO. Ai ■*t‘» iti .-ti A A »Ta A 4 A ■♦» AA AAA Ai WHEN PURCHASING FALL SUPPLIES : 4 Let us figure, with you. IfV sell ITigh 4 Grade Goods at Lor Prices, and our i aim is to win j/our confidence and hold * your Trade. IP ’hen in town rail n and see us. II '• shall hr glad to sec you and show you our jjooils and (five prices. :: 4 All Correspondence Cheer fully Elicited. 4 A. S. PEABODY COMPANY I 207 2nd ST„ LARAMIE, VVYO. * ] If the democrats of Lai liner coun ty, aided by believers hi the will of j tho people, will vote right tins fall 1 there will ho no fear of the republi 1 cans putting themselves in ill** con trndictory position feared by t! >* Courier. It is now intimated that the sultan I of Turkey was instrumental in tho J kidnapping of Miss Stone. Clotting I even perhaps for Hint little bill of j SOO,OOO ho had to pay recently. If, this proves true it will turn out to ho the Stono on which Turkey will go to pieces.—Rocky Mountain News. The Court of Appeals of New York lia; granted a new trial to Roland B. Molincux for I lie alleged murder of Katherino J. Adams in New Y’ork City. The ground of re versal being the admis on of im proper evidence nt tile former trial. Kx-U. 8. Senator Boss, of Kansas is now and for years has been, a resi dent of New Mexico. He is keeping a small fruit and alfalfa ranch near Albuquerquo. Tho republican party practically banished bun for his vote in the Senate of “not guilty” on the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson, then president in 18G7. r Justice’s Blanks: Summons, Criminal Compl&'nt, Warrant, Subpaond, Printed and For Sale at the UNION OFFICE AHDERSOH,.^ Pastor In Airicnltml ? Implements, Jch n Deere Plows, Spr'lrtg Wagons, UuKg.es, Rood Carts, ‘Cain. Moline i»nd j Winona wagons, Windmills. Pumps, Dsln Stockers, Mowers, Hakes, Flour, Feed and Potatoes. Fort Collins, Colorado. Drag* ami Medlaincs, Perfumes, Stationery, Boole., and a FaU Lino of Toilet Articles, S Uw North Park Pharmaoy. NUMBER 11. Notice For Publication. La ml Oftlc'' nt Dourer, Colorado, September 21. WOl. N’.utco lit hereby given llt.tt Hi** following* iki-li.hl •••ttlor Ims fllr.l i.Mti.-.t of h!» inlmjtloit t.» n. is.« l.riul proof in siifiMirt of l.i» elnir.i. ami 1 that said |>rix.f will tu i .ltdA Iwf .r.* tho L. S. ; (Jointniasionrr, at WnM.-u, Colorado, . .. tn..bor 28. IWl.' ir.: ii. No. IN.WW of James K I*. Mri nl,. m of V. ,Idm. Coloindo. for (ho S 4 NW, mi.l V. M * Sr, . 21. Tl* S. II 70 \V. ll«* immm ihn followiinr witnr»"re t<> prove Ilia continuous re-id icu upuu, iu.l cultivation of, said Inn.l, viz.: Hnn.uol S. Brownlee, of Walden, Colorado, William D. Beck with," " “ Boat. “ ** " l>s*vid W. Tibbetts, ** *• C. D. Foio, Begirter. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Oaterl Lead. Fiiul Prod. United State* Lard Office. Dourer, Colo., Kept. 20, IUOI Notir*«« in Imrol.r given thnt John T. Shipper of High... Larimer Unauty, Colorado, lins filed notice «>f intention to niukn proof on hia dorest Inu.l claim No. 6, for the N 1-2 S/h- 28, T. 9. N.» 11. M, V. ~ before the United Ktntci Comm in* urn rr ut Walden, Colorado, on Saturday. tin* 16th dn> of November, IfOl. He name* the following vritnrsvra to prova Ilia cMupleii- irrigation and reclamntloa of said land: Chits. <\ Flinian, of WnMon, Colorado, Hd. Wntteulwrg, “ l.'iglio, “ Charley Bcrg.piist, ** “ | ** W. Mr bole, " Botler. ** C. 1). Forp, Register. J .21 rr at NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Otter! Land, Final Praol. United llalm Land Office, Denver. Colorado. Sept. 24.19"1. Notice is hereby given that Samuel H. Brown leoof Walden. Colorado, hn« filed notirn «*f in tention to mako proof on hit doacrt-lmnd claim No. 120. for the B 1-2 NB 1-1 and K 1-2 KK 14 Her. «. F. 1-2 NK 1-4 Sec. 17. T i» N. K 79 W, before ihn U. H. (jommiimioner at Walden, Colorado. ..n Monday, the 16th day of November, 11101. ' Ho name* tho following witnesses to pros# the complete irrigation and reclamation of Mid land: Hugh Griffith of Walden, Colorado. Norman McDonald of " *' Collin E. Davia Bold Mathews " C. D. FPib, HagUlsr. notice forpuSlication. Oasert Land. Ftaal Praaf. United Stnicl Land Office. Drover, Oolorado, Sept. 5,1901. Notice l« hereby rlv*d that Marie K. We.-d of i'iukhnmton* Colorado, has filed aoilce in; totuion to irake proof on fair daaeet 'and rhilin No. li,. ,‘orthoNE 1-4 Sit 14 and K 1-2 Ni: i-1 See. 21, TBN, H 7V Vf, bod .re the n. 8. t'oimniAßionnr at Walden, Colorado, on Bakar dny,.tho 2nd dHjr of Novem!>cr, 19W. She names the dowing wltne»«s to jirovo tho comj.loto Irrigation and ol said lend: _ , Elias-a Stont, of Walden, Ce'urado. Ilenr> C. Rooton. of " Jac.toC OHmbrel, “ '* “ Malcolm 1.. Word,'* “ C. D. Toed, sis c» me.