Basin Republican, September 7, 1905

Basin Republican

September 07, 1905

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Issue date: Thursday, September 7, 1905

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Publication name: Basin Republican

Location: Basin, Wyoming

Pages available: 81

Years available: 1905 - 1905

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Basin Republican (Newspaper) - September 7, 1905, Basin, Wyoming Congress of Matft 3.1879. SEPTEMBER where he goes on legal mat- en. be gone about ten days. of Billy Borner ffi held before Q. a. -Boberteon last Saturday, resulted 'in Borner being mund over to the District Court in the ram of Metropolitan Pharmacy. jTack watch jce- The day tape wle last Satur- Cropsey, the pf everything at JJaJeham gprea-wtfefaefei in ttrfa, 4one at Ipe4a) jbameasshop. The county commissioners are in sea- cedar tepee. tor at Peases'. Ifyqpr watch does not keep good Jtbne take it to Gruenig. iF. jFhompaon ami .wife Cody Bemwtt and James Barnett, of ,Chry- frgre in town Wednjejdajr. jaojjmp know that doei the at the Flagstaff shop. .For Work Team, L. Harness and G. H. Cole, .qf Thermopolis, .work onjthja house, Wednes- ThB.fiaBj4t.te jcream apdp. pa to had at the .Metrqpojtyin ,Pha> pji his way home irpm a visit W. Peay the Wm. J5th 8t Coneider- .ation, Mrs. Felix Atotonjjpent laat Jie O. Baotae .ranch joh Jarainj? .Monday. G. "A. UpnUjp, .whs .bridge ssntractora, is fare and thegang week. W- B. Curtis, E. C. fisher and E. S. visitors from Jordan Curing J. H. Johnson JBnfc. life Shell aaw- raill men, bjiiin Jf its a Sridle took at the heading Fremont, Nelson or Tailor tree, fork, at Jndkfo'a. Rev. E. W. Mecum will preach at morning and even- Shell will be jDMcixipl board liya sent ior a bell for the school home, also for three .dozen single and a large supply o: .textbooks. "Bud" rLait night Rev.'E. W. Mecum .serflion along educational Son was in Attendance. The ttS the There A flarge congrega- County Clerk's tfffice ftir TecorttbjB Curing the monthiof were W39.70; miscellaneous, tfce court, 70, -SI 7 InBtromcnte veteiflled for recorti. a pntoner in the Sheridan county jail, ttnt iHja oway roof the other-daiy and Chaa. MartinwhD is also confined there Survey WilKCovei Water .Dalian From JfptJi Medicine IflBge Lake. This finished the platting the new ditch which willdbe telitn oat of North Medicine Loege thence into thei'aint Rock, from there'il wlU fee-taken to the Medicine.Lpdge creak jittheailenrauili, and the ditch (proper vWtil WJtiltttt. out' at that point will acres offlplendid bench land 'fihat-liea between HyattviUe. .There is no better 'tend, on the the earth than that lying Jtetween eteek divide and 'Paint 'Boik and ?Nowood 'Bnd practically every (foot of it is. covered by this proposed laat'lfrTday was .a Muneees A large berth grownups and young- sters took the opportunity to spend the day out of town and all en- joyable time. The first of the Big Horn Coun- ty Bank tailing was finished htis w_eek The entire length of the canal will be 37 miles and it is mostly on ground that will easily handled. Mile after mile can be made by machine work The supply tffwatsr is inexhaustible, being taken from (r lake on top of the school picnic JBigiton mountains, and situated just ction -ojf the second is {This building oReertainly a beauty jgnd .credit is due SfcBe who are 40 doing their -llardfUPS and Lumber coHHnny hawe 'hcilt shed on their lot in the .nouth part of town keepitheir tamber-uader cover. They expect their new stock of shelf and heavy hardware toon and are fixing a distance -west of Cloud's :Peak amid .the regions of eternal snow. The water will carry so that the coat af maintenance will be great so far as cleaning the ditch is concerned. This, ditch will open jip ,a large terri- tory to the home-maker tthat at the present time is populated by gay and fraky bob-cat and the cay- ote. It means that thousands .will be tion of a building will begin immediate- ly. 'A thorough -aoaSemic -rourae wifi be given, jncluduig mathematics, etc. A course in music, vocal.Unatniinental and liarmony.and a complete commercial course pro- tfWed. 'Such, a school Should draw from northern .artKwfletem Wyoming and be- yond the tour state. Know- ledge is power and a -thorough, practi- cal education is priceless. H. Trapper, Shell, Horse and Beaver are traced mountain canyons. Geo. Saban's broad meadows teak like beau- tiful cajrpets. Robt Copman'a fine farm is seen in the distance. Then one sees the'Greybnll winding Its way .for over fifty miles to the Big Horn. Dry Creek is also seen reaching far beyond Germania jCedaf and Rattlesnjdce mountaiMteyond Cody but twenty instead