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   Basin Republican (Newspaper) - August 31, 1905, Basin, Wyoming                               Entered as tfntter June ,30, 1905, at the poatoffice at Basin, Wyoining, under the Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. Vail. BASIN, BffS HORN COUNTY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1905. No. MAY BE CABIN." Basin is a business town. j Ice Cream Soda at thij Wetropoliten .Pharmacy. "GOLD A VERITABLE BONANZA. Yoko Paint Co. for mixed paints. Screen doors at Shaffer Lumber Co. Jack Gruenig is still doing watch prospect some, three weeks fairing. ag0 company picked out an average All roads lead to the Gold Nugget at piece of ora, labaleij it No. 1, and a present. j piece of the clear quartz in which no Farmers Around Worland Signify i Willingness to go Inw This Business. Last Saturday afternoon u convention of farmers was held at Worland to dis- ASSAYKR'S RSXI7RNS, Siiea.oo G. ROGERS' STORV OF A cuss thc_ of raising sugat FORTUNE WHICH ESCAPED RICHEST STRIKE IN THE ENTIRE WEST. beets. The meeting was well attended over frfty practical farmers who own land under the Hanover canals being When D N. Hale brought the first feel that we nre oonse.vaUve m placmg t m samples of ore down from the "Gold an estimated value at to the ton. The ledge is from 7 to 15 feet in and has a granite hanging wall. thusiaaric one and was presided over by C. H. .Worland. F. S. .Coulter was ap- pointed temporary secretary. Some fool wall composed of schist acrea Bubscrihed and this There is a gouge on each ado. will be increased to a large extent. Take your horses ,to the Flagstaff gold wa3 v'sible to the eye, even with which insures its easy working. Add tantracts are to b-e 3ilrned with B v shop when they need shoeing. The Shaffer lumber yard is about the busiest place1 in town. E. W. Hayderi, of Sheridan, is regis- tered at the Antlers' this week. Barb wire at railroad prices at the j Shaffer Hardware Lumber Co. i C. F. Robertson passed through Ba- j Samr.lo No. 2: sin last night'on his way to Denver, gj i If your'watch does not keep good; timetake.it to Gruenig. the aid of a glass, labeled it No. 2. to this the fact that the ore is free- the Billings beet sugar factory in These they sent to McVickers, the nulling and you have a description of eyent flf its ,ineg Denver assayer. Sunday night they ona of the richest, if not the Hm n received the returns lows: Sample No: 1: Silver, 2.1Uoz. Gold, 58.400 oz. Value of Gold, Silver, .80 oz. Gold, 8.420 oz. Value of Gold, which are as fol-' strike that has ever been made. The fact that Mr. Rogers found the to the belief that this is at last the far-famed "Lost Cabin" mine, in search of which, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been spent. To fur- ther en this idea, remain, the These specimens were (Toko) Ellis and J. S. Gruenig are in] as.those which have I down si not nearly so; fact that the find ,s located m the vi- 1 b u 8" that tlm cinity of the' e U'at as by Frank Rlle' i possessing that j road up throuffll th a bonanzawjth a capita, B. shares in the Wind River through the basin in time to handle the crop next fall. The railroad agrees to import the field labor necessary for the successful rais- ing of the crop. _ t With acres subscribed now and at least 600 more to come, there will be somewhere in the neighborhood of 400 carloads of beets to be handled. This item towards influ- encing the B. M. to construct their The land the mountains prospecting, this week, j Your horse will be' shod right if it is j done at the Flagstaff shop. j Yoko compound for cleaning silver-1 Tfle returns from the assay office j Milling company that is developing the I Immense bodv of land that will he ro ware, or any'other metal. R. M. Hlis. j bears out Mr. Kale's assertion that the! property: by the of the F. T. Brigham and Wm. Gibson went i ore would rim to the ton, but D. N. Hale, W. J. Booth, John Lu- j Horn countv r 'g up to the Gold Nugget mine last Sun- i judging from the ore now in sight, this man, D. Darr, Harvey Smith, Al j will cover acres on tne Big Horn river, and which that company says will be com- i ,-l T-v 1 tl Ttr TT I 1 I IT 111 V.VTC1 UV, VW GO Uli Say. I estimate will have to be increased about' Dalzell, G. W. Richardson, L. A. Zane, j west side of the fi. -Rom L. A. Barrett of Greybull has been I three-fold. Josiah Cook, Wm. Gibson, Neil Ander- i whipll tha, aovo mln on the sick list this week but is now improving. Say have you tried one of those Sun- day dinners at the Mountain View? They are fine. Basin Hardware company can save you money on Harness. the very spot where Dudley N. Hale represent shares. made his recent rich discovery. He j was on his way from Lander to the Olwen and Worland Notes. Any one traveling to Thermopolis can land will also go into the contract if the transportation facilities ane guaranteed This means much to Big Horn County Basin .country and one of his horses _ not help but nbtiee the plague which is and to Basin and Worland. These two quit him at this point and started on the threatening -our farmers along the Big towns ar th towns ar t hi fit 1 He is here. Who? Yoko, of course. back trail. His companion went back Many states have spent v Ltent thousands ot dollars to erad rate and greatest extent as they are the one.', Mmden Nebraska arties urchased after the horse and while he was one, Minden, Nebraska, parties purchased after the horse and while he was gone, from that thit great valley' is tributary to. 425 acres of land from' the Hanover Barney, to pass away the time took a thistle. It seems to us that the con-; This deal marks the opening of an era look around the hills adjacent to their trary exists here. The state reserve at of pro8perjty the which has never before i-amn Ho hrnltp nff a larirp niecp nf nermopollS IS almost a complete mass camp lie broke olt a large p.ece ot Q{ o'btrusive weed H been equaled in thie rock from the ledge that Hale is work- the mim Seed8 be most palmy dayg of ing on, and seeing so much of the yel- on the winds or float down the stream tie and sheep, low color in it, supposed that it was before our state officials attend to this ivil? The Farmers' Institute will meet at company this week. A car of white cedar fence posts for sale at Peases'. A good many cases of summer com- plaint are reported among the babies of Basin, but all are getting better. pyrites of iron. In walking around, j( this state, even in the the regime of cal- The average yield of sugar beets ir, this country' is 25 tons to the acre and f i ne r c m m- K -'hjth- rt ra" skeletons of! Worland on Sept. 10 to further consider according to tests made, beets coming Black hw been m bed this week'fiveorsix Mans who-had been buried: the advisability of raising sugar beets from this countrv contain more sac with a bad case of rnflamatiOn but at: in a sort of a and nearbv, he also, for the Billings factory This will cer- charinp matter than do the Colorada 01 last accounts he was resting easy. i aiscovered five short brass chains, with] be done if railroad dec.des to Utah First class horse shoeing at the Flag- square links, which had evidently lain u staff shop. ......j miss Olive Robertson was enjoying I there for a good many years. He put I the-Hot Springs with Mrs'. A. Contractor Hime started construction the chains, along with the sample of! of Olwen.'lasf week. work on the Bert Morton frame dwell- rock, into his wagon and brought them! A. S. Mercer, Sr., gave a very inter- Mochon. esting talk on the subject of beet rais- FARMER. ing in the west part of town', this week, 'along with him. He still has the rock i Wednesday August 23rd a party of organization was appointed. it. .t ot the chains at hir If its a Saddle you want look at Leading Fremont, Nelson or Tailor tree, extra swell fork, at Judkin's. his ranch, six j ten masked Trouble on the Mountains. rust men rode ing and others spoke briefly along the salfne line. A committee on permanent up to a sheep miles south of Basin. camp belonging to L. A. Gantz which Aggravated Assault. E. W. Sykes, who lives at the mouth wa8 situated at White Springs on the Fndayevening last Billie Borner and Big Horn mountains and after holding bol Alderdice clashed, and from appeai-- Mamrio Arnott left for I aramie Nowood' 19 the Posse9sor of the up the herder and instructing him to hit antes Sol got the worst of it. tie has Mrs. Maggie Arnott, left for Laramie cnain and ne remarks that he is going lne trail they proceeded to slaughter bad wound on the head and has sev- psterday where she will attend the to keep jt R souvem> Of. days gone 8heep. They evidently intended to brJises on his face. Complaint grand lodge of B. S. as delegate drive the entire band over a cliff, but was made by W. J. Alderdice and Billy from the local chanter i, u i. i failing in this they shot into the bunch was placed under arrest, charged witn from the local cnapter Barney says that the rock is so rich untj, fheir was exhausted aggravated assault. He gave bond in W. F. Johnson purchased from L. jn as to throw anybody but a good and'then they went after them with sum olf. his appearance at Darr the lot lying north of Wm. Gib- i prospector off his guard, and declare it i clubs, killing and crippling about 600 tne preliminary hearing which will be son's store. Price He win erect; to be anything but gold. head. They then took a team of "eld Saturday.__________ a stope building on It next year. The rock is so rich that it is almost j andm shot theZ Three J' F' Hoop' ex-prosecuting attorney Bpcky Mountain Bell Tele- j inconceivable and figures fail to give sheep wagons were then set on fire and of Sheridan has been called upon to phone stick pin, between J. E. Frisby's j jdea Of jta almost fabulous wealth, j with their contents totally destroyed, j appear before the justice of the peace house and Central. Rewasd ottered. i A small piece of rock weighing a scant the came to tow" at'Forsyth, Mont., to testify to the o ca iho nama nn nnnn anfl i Joe Denny took E. Moran, of Illinois, j pound was broken up in Basin and put to Garland last Friday and brought washed out. It yielded, even by this back Gaddis, of Who came j crude method, over a dollars' worth of put to visit his brother at Worland. to reward the efforts of the man Fnuk Lewis had six buggies in front j who brbke.it up. This would make it Of shop the other day aid all were worth to the ton, and after the V 4 i TS I __1________Ll___1- -t i UIOYHI, iiivsiiv., w iicobii v WJ Lilt: with the news on Thuradey noon and' Deputies Alston and McDonald accom- 8enulnene88 of hl8 on some panied by Prosecuting Attorney Zaring wolf bounty papers that appear to be and L. A. Gantz went up to the scene, crooked. It is alleged that Hoop's butcnuld find no clue to the perpe- name has been Rosebud county trator8' ___________. .officials believe that at least ___ Building material of all kinds -mould- i beei stolen liy wolf bounty grafters. m need of said it modern methods of stamp mills and the j ing, doom, saah, glass, etc, at the Genuine Shot Ixmdcd team whips at wMBOt very good day for buggies, j cyanide prociss get to work on it. we Shaffer Lumber Company yard. Judkin's   

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