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   Basin Republican (Newspaper) - August 24, 1905, Basin, Wyoming                               fiasin a business towtnr Ice ittthe aetropohtan Pharm'i Yoko Paint Go. feft F. I. Rue la ha' Screen doors at Jack GruBnig pairing. ita. r house painted. Lumber Co. doing watch re- aie a gallpn of Paint? iti -any quantity from a pint to B-barrel- any shade. See R. M. Ellis, (Yoko.) A. H. Puller and wife and pt. C. Dana Garter and family returned from their two weeks recreation trip in the mountains at the head of ShSffCreek. Genuine iLoaded tealh WKlpS at friday. Wise 4 Bowriian received 8 fine Na-t fional Cash regttter this Be is here. Who? Toko, A car. of White cedar fence posts for Sale at Peases'. Mrs, B, G. Rftgers hag beeli on the sick list thfe Week. Basin Hardware company can save you money-6n Harness. fhe struetaral steel for the Big Horn County Bank building arrived week. Yoko compound for cleaning silver- or arijr other metal. It? 41. Ellis. W. J. Booth U having water pipes laid to his on the east side of 5th Street If ypsr wafth dees not keep good time take it to Qrnenig: Your hone will be shod right if gone at the Flagstaff iftiop. Eev. C. E. Fenton preaches in the Hethodist church next Sunday morning and evening. i. Rue, pur genial county weflfc Thermopolis on a guejJwib the last that he is now lucrative bWness In Ben- Sausage meat.- used feusage made Iltihe Mountain View Market. Jtifaji and P. S; Miller, T-- _ n, UarfrfiVtl i u. AIAIIICI E. LaMwas a Basin Visitor lasf Wofland; -Were al! the Hub Arttodajri H you want look at the The nights given over to band pfac; tice1 are Monday and Friday. Lately, interest seems to- have Revived in that organization arid we are pleased to note, it' With the coming- of cooler weather we certainly hops' to hear the band again discoursing sweet strains on the streets. Bowman went Shell Creek and when he he brought with him a sack of Apjples that he had picked, in to, save, the limbs from breaking. lie .has thirteen bearing trees, five years old, and he will gather a barrel of apples' from each one. Roe Emory' wife, and George Sutherland aid tfon, of Tensleep, ac- companied by Earl Brown fad wife, 'teading' Fremont, Nelson or Tailor Paai, Minn., tree, extra swell fork, at Judkin's. in the county seat Tuesday. Mr. Emory has Remember that we are now prepared I the ranch pA'perty of George. .11 Sutherland. This adds a to do all classes of job printing-new land to and the best of stock. Rev. A. M. Duboc, of Oskaloosa, Ia, f the Consideration, of Mr. Emory. accompanied by Chas. and" D. Sim- August Anderson, one of the most mons, of the eMt place, arrived W i Prosperous of the farmera on the lower Basin last and left for Wor-1 Greybull, spent Sunday in Basin. He SStprday. ihas imt returned- from a trip through 'the National Park and sajs that the roads leading to and from the Park are lined with pleasureseekera. Hep-eatlj1' {enjoyed his trip and remarks- that it' is next, week ana expects to open about V, 7 0 i certainly a wonderland. (aft Friday. Take yew hones to the Flagstaff shop when they need shoeing. Barb wire at railroad prices at the Shaffer Hardware Lumber Co. Mias Hale has been Dfi Carter this week tga V getting along nicely. Work ia in progress .on the reSflfeice which C. A. Zaring .is having built on the west side of the1 The-ftnest ice eresStt slWa fn the land is to be had at the Metropolitan Phar- macy. Building material of all ing, doors, sash, glass, etc, at the Shaffer Lumber Company yard. Loy, of Sheridan, who is a first-class carpenter is looking around this neighborhood view to lo- cating. .The material for the bridge is now being laid down at the river, string teams are Arriving every Say. D. C. Bowman is having a founda- tion built his lots in the pairt of town, where he win erect a new frame residiffee. Go to the Hardware company for Stackers, Hay Tools of every des- cription. lead juit received. Rev. E. W. Hecum delivered a lec- ture along educational Hues at Burling- ton last nlf hi He will bold preaching wedc in account of the (Anal meeting -rrt uaed the wrong initials In Mr. PerkW tttme, of Hi L. the? should twU Bi Ft Wafren Jones will have her stock of ladies' and childrens' furnish- ng goods ind notions in her new store Body of'clMSe Fvoad. Last'Thureday, Wafter Qebart, whey- Is herding a bunch of near the' upper end of Sheep mountain canyon' for T. A. tUstovered the body of Claude Street, the unfortunate young who lost his life m. the Big Horn rjyef a Week of Sunday. party" that point to take chai-ge of the famains. Ott arrival in town the body was taken to- the undertaking establish; Brigham and was not deemed' inquest The funeral talk 'place at-li' o'clock Friday and the corpse was foR lowed to the by a large num-' kerof the boys' Jones and Rev. C. Rev. J. M. held the Sept 1. We will say to our readers that for about six this paper will appear in preseW form, by that Iffte we hope to have" material here to change to a six column folio. 0. J. received a fine con signment last night, as the ed- tor can testify. It cer- luscious. We gratefully ac- knoiitfeage the receipt 6'f basketful. his brother4n-iaw, W. H. WyuAji, Vhd' is visiting1 -at the Lotell ranch, visitors coun- ty seat Mr. borell.pur- ehaaed fiflS baggy from the Basin Hardware Company. M. C. Kinkaid, of O'Seffl, Neb. wllo IS the representative of the 6th Congressional district of hia state, ar- rived in Basin last Friday on his way to Worland to look over the Hanover land with a view to purchasing. Mrs, A. Gi ttttpp, and her" two sons, the f anriW of the enterprising merchant of are expected to arrive this, week from a two months' visit with' her sister at Seattle. While on the coast they also visited Portland and Snohamist. Practicing is going on looking to the organization of an orchestra which will consist seven pieces.- It is thing that BSsin has" needed for some years trust that the boys will soon to furnish music for public S. N.' Aardee, accompanied by his wife and a son and daughter, from Sheridan, vis.i.tei Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Zane last Friday and Saturday, leaving hers- for a visft at Red iodge and Bridger, on theu- .return they will visit a short time ait Thermopolis and then return to SheAdap by way ST the tie- camp on Tongue River. The State Loan and Trust Co., will erect on their corner lot at the corner of Fourth and C streets a two story atone building with a basement. The lower floor will be occupied by the bank and the basement and the upper floor will be for rent. The building will be services at the aide of the grave: Claude Street was born in Harrison' Missouri, Oct S, 1888, being' left an orphan when but tryfcars of age. Since that time he haa trfken care of by by Mrs. jqjia Judkins sinee that time. He was an extremely pleasant young man and a hard worker, had no bad habits, but many good traits and" the community mourns him.- Rest ilf peace. A College' for Last Monday night a number of fe> presentative citizens met to consider' the desirability and possibility of estab- lishing a good college at Baster The proposition to have an InaVtution plementing the public fur- nishing thorough cpmmercial, musical and adadeniic departments was' voted to' be highly desirable and held io thoroughly practicable. An advisory committee of five members were choselt, consisting of G. W. Richardson, C. W. Black, W. a Collins and Jaa. I. Jatten, to enlist the local inter- est and to consider further necessary details. This committee will repofi-bn next Monday evening. Many people, from various parts of the county urged the founding of such a schoof 45x80 and it certainly will be an ac- where the youth Of this county may re- quisition to the towiuthat we will all be i ceive an education fof proud of.' J. K-- Arnold and family, visitors fronT Iowa, while on their way to 6ar- suffered a mishap that caused them to stop over in Basin for a few days. While riding a mule down to I encouraging and material interest i the river to -ratef. May'; had the mis- jthiB project. their life work without going to other states. It would be .of priceless bene- fit to the people of Big Horn County and northwestern Wyoming. It is that the general public will show I. D. Schenclt, whS has one of the on lower Grey- bull paid this office a visit the other day, he reports that his business is ex- ceedingly brisk this year and he also states that the celery crop will be of mammoth proportions this year. L. A; Gtnts received a telegram from hit brothjMn-law, to the effect that his father MB on Sunday, Aug. at his home In Ohio. He was 75 yean of bad been failing for the putyear. We extend the hand of to Mr. Ganti fa his bereave- 'fortune to fall off and her arm striking a rock she (untamed a fracture just above the elbow of the left arm. Dr. G.' L. Dodge sei the arm, and at last accounts patient was doing nicely. A'spleildid program has been pro- vided for the Teachers' Institute which convenes on Sept. 11-14. A fine corps of instructors will be present and it ia fully expected that over 100 teachers will be present. Noto-attendanie at the institute IviB he taken as notice that such teacher had left the ranks of the teaching force of the county. There is a possibility that Gov. Brooks will be present at one of the sessions. W. S. Metz and Percy Metz, of Sher- idan, arrived irt Basin last Saturday. Judge Metz was here in connection with the cases Against Caldwell and Fraughton who were discharged from custody. "Kir, Metz has been on- one side or the other of 27 cases In which murder in the first degree was charged before the bench in this county, he added with never lost touch case. of Frank I. Rue returned yesterday from a trip to the Gold Nugget mine, he brought some specimens of the ore down with him, they were taken right off the surface of the ledge and they show gold shot all through each piece. Frank says the ledge is 15 feet thick and the rock appears the same all the way through. If this IB the case company have a bonanza, for the ore will easily go Jiff, WO to the ton. And the mine is not tt the vicinity of teetse, either, as corres- pondent to the Tribune would have the world believe. It is in the vicinity of Thermopolis. There are those who be- lieve that this is the old original "Lost Cabin" mine. Top buggy for H. L. .Mead We hare the finest line of printers' stationery ever shipped into the Basin the jobbing trade which will arrive in a day or so. If you want something In the way of office stationary that IB up to date call and leave us your order. .First class horse shoeing Hie Ftog' staff shop.   

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