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Basin Republican (Newspaper) - August 9, 1905, Basin, Wyoming of-March 8, 1879 '-K.? 9, No. 13 .'State Sprat will sobWasithe. ,1. proceeded to hammer filsuie up. came in took -the trfim has..; recently prinKs and he is so one'can Batoe person. jufe lf (cultural T__tto'good great Big JHorn-Basin ___. Wat Being an influential using, endeavors to is progressive and enterprising arM'wjn Me'1 hjs'-'Mfluenee in'the right direction. a Hoa H. B. imitate tank examiner, visit- has, gone m. febfe in be V-Nowhere else in the west i country which is'deatulea to ,aa in Av Aildersbn of Basin, 'called at the Btpckgrower office Saturday. He is seven years a which tbete were a half dozen, log shacks ___ monpjp Wh'e'ri Thad SJp8il the Big sho it-eagS that" night .ing and'-hot remarks, not (jonft J rbomSnrt t eaat of Barcaffer ktteheBi'this nior ___ Sbme took ,a shot at-him from an upper, 'a sinall; rifla Jack gothrs Colt's-automatic and went .to-the ffie telling Slang ip; nted Bto stairs'and Jackj taropj Jack got-oner'ihdt in and from; vshol ____ several 'times. In falling arm was broken in three plates. ftJthTnenareallvfj at this time, of' their recovery is enter- came from Tnejmbnolis spoftenof by his associates aa a man and has a host of friends both at and Jack Barcaffer has been in the hotel business at Meeteetse a couple of years and while he hen been 'mixed numerous scrape, he was not considered a The affair baa wrought up considerable feeling at the Good Town. SCHOOL PTOPOSES. ent .funds by the County Treas- nr.er pf gig-Horn County -from to and including August 1, 1905: 5-3 f'3- i r- 858 9068 270 811 42' 64101 450 f' 91S- 1 ?6: 7 .8 -9. 19662 250 10 362 11 193 68 274 12 '.110 262 13 531 74 571 14 '560 15 184 33 330 Z o 16 94 i 11 410 434 545 81 270 10 .16784 -266 22 2? 23 29'' gtr 954 IfiO 550 29180 10082 210 55320 246 326 511 13 5 gr.iipm 2. SSSr OiO. 9 o M -I 31 32 33 34 35 86 38 li899'' ilO'42 39 ,150 Total paid outof Spec-, ial and Poll Tax Fund 55 Paid out of General School and Land In- come Fund ;ABOUTS., The; Cowley -basebkll team has set Saturday, .Ayguit 12th to come over and homjfteam. Wonder if they Charlie Garland has gone to Denver, Colorado, to visit .we don't really know of any other object, we. just suspicion it. ''pjrifeisor Webber is billetf to.dalive'- a lechn-e "before the Phyfljcjal. Culture Club of Cody the Aujjst 11. orilT ha His iubject will be is rdpiesented here by Mr. DOS' with _ bug-gies that will .probably be distributed among our people i a exchange for promissory notes that will come due I some time in the future. TO OieQAKlZB fIRE DEPARTKENT.' ThfliMayor has called a meeting of the jjitiienB tp.be beld at the Town Hall for the purpose flye company. This com- will be predecessors, wil Onderl supervision of the rau- government under thestatelaws, the Marshal is ex-officio Fire Warden, It ia to be hoped that all public spirit- ed citizens, particularly the permanent residents and property owners, whether sprinters or not, will take an active part and see that this company does not dis- band after-the novolty has worn off. The town board has always dealt liber- ally with enterprises of this kind, and will continue to, but expect something in return, and utility, something useful aa well as ornamental. Viewing it in a businers way, money is COUNCIL MEETING CITY DADS OF .bills indited uid marshal .Inltrncted M to flre equipment. Town Hall, Basin, Wyoming, August met in regular session at m. Collins, Councilmen I Zane. Councilmen Ellis and Jjajjf absent remembered that the following had: ammending a por- tionjpf iSjectlon No. 7 of Ordinance No. nils wero allowed: salary and cash ex- company, printing, Basin Hardware company, supplies, V< R..M-'Ellis, and repairs on town hall roof, "S. -Mecklem, rebated road poll, _------irdson. supplies, ?56.60. r Mountain Bell Telephone comp- Jaines, work on streets, r .JBtartman, freight on ;ht therwvchi andwll ;en- IngoFliv.? stock, any, i 1 Dr. Ward is just finishing a handsome I not wed spent which equips a company new cottage on main street and Dr. Koetter is having lumber hauled for a residence wjll be in course of in days. 'Several are be built this fall, The: Wyoming Correspondence Insti- tute has arranged fur a number of lect- utes' durtngtheirSunimer NortoWwhich :ht 6'clockbn the evenings Mon- it Wth': Hftn.'W, 0efa'Hayes, 14th at fo! jamp Th? merely for the sake of an occasional tournament. The marshal has been instructed to get all hydrants in proper condition for all emergencies. Get m line. boys, and stick. -If, you are not ten second men, you can be faithful, and upon your faithfulness all depends. Water 'Commissioner Blakesley was in the 'hub Saturday. He has just re- turned from the lander country where hu been for some time past. Mr. Bjakesly settled a number of water dis- putes iu. that section which ias been.in a tangle for many 'years and everyone was enfirely satisfied with his .The have fc warm1 spot in their er and will always be glad to'welcome him'whenever he. himr occasion to viiit that section again. While -in town Mr. Blikeileymade theRepublican apleas- aht.cAlI which we appreclited. ____commissioner be to get ill pipe and wrenches jjjlpnging to to for uije in case of fire and other emergencies and place the same in .position. Motion made and carried to adjourn tt Tuesday :nteh't at eight ro'clock, Atignst 15, 19065 CotUNS. Attest: FRANK JAMES, Mayor. Town Clerk. .Colonel Sliney has returned to his Ibjne at Thennopolis from the Portland fair and says its a hummer. United States Land Commissioner ttichards has ordered some 60.000 acres of land withdrawn from all Jorms of disposal in the Lander district. Mis. Warner Of Thennopolis, will nut n a fine stock of goods in the building .now occupied by DlHs Son as a real .estate office. The stock will consist of dry grods and notions. The case against Perry Yeast, formly of Hyannis, Nebraska, a Cook county ranchman, charged with illegal-fencing of government lands, has been dismis- sed in the United States court at Chey- enne. The Red Lodge Picket came out with a special writeup edition last week and a good one, too. The city was well wntten up. its business men received columns of good advertising and lastly the "Three Charming Stories." written by the three popular young ladies who returned from their trip to the Portland Fair aa guests of the Picket. Taken altogether the edition is a .hummer. Word was received yesterday to the effect that Grandpa Rawson died at his home at Hyatvffle at o'clock, of paralysis. Mr. Rawson has been sick for some tune and being quite aged little hopes of qis recovery was enter- tiined. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Heron Were called to his bedside two weeks ago and have remained to the last The funeral will be held today under the Auspices of the Masonic lodge of which the deceased wag-a Knight Templar. Mr. Rawson has resided at Hyattvilk for several years and has a large circle of friends here who "will go over to pay their but respects to an honored friend, ttterment wfll be made at Hyattville the wife and co-worker of Mr. Rawson who is buried in the cemetery there.
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