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Basin Republican (Newspaper) - September 14, 1905, Basin, Wyoming .Entered as Second-Class June SO, 1905, at the poitoffiee under the, A.CJ; of ffingreaB of M arch 3. 1879, VoLL MpM WYOfcilN THtfRSPAY. SEPTOMBEE 14, 1905 No. 18 Dr, Dodge purchased a lot in the Winter Wheat is a sure crop in this portion of town this week and Sam'Gapen tells us that his will erect a in the 1 turjied out splendidly and that a great- will be eown on Me Jaci Grueni pairufe. tefirt Judkta's. Markham gives satisfaction in horse- shoeiljg. Shqe repairing neatly done at Judkws' harness-shop....... A car of white cedar fence'prfsts for sale at Peases'. Prices right on harness at the Basin Hardware Co.'...... John Danielson, of Thermopolia, is a Basin" Mrs. WinUenried, Shell, was seriously ill last ForJSale-Work Team, Harness and Wagon, H. L. MEAD. G. F. Senner returned, from a visit to Sheridan Tuesday right. Watch for date when you can see Jerusba Dow's Family Album. Mrs. W. B. Cropsey spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Dodge. Do does hotsosboeing-at' thft Flagstaff Building material of all kinds at liv- Aid at the tomorrow afternoon at Morton has accepted a position State Loan i Trust Co. fee cream wda' in the land. is to fate had at the Hetropblitan Phar- At the City Bakery they have ice and every other day of the week. Z. Wilson Co. are now full-fledged real estate agents. Place your prop- erty With them. Yottwill all want to see the famous FamifyiAtbam of JertuhaDow. WatcH for date and place. FrecTHerrowVlittUrchild was very sick last Xbaafey .frith convulsions.: Dr. waacafled.' JohnH. Ruff and Alice Wilder, of Cody, received a marriage license at the clerk's office last week. Chas. L. Owens is painting the Basin Hardware Company's building this week and is doing good work. Mr, F. Z. father of L. A. Zane, has been'tinder the weather for a few dajssitisfcis; 4" though he is still weak. Rev. E. W. Mecum WV hls ,famlly Shell next-Sunday morning at 11 O'clock- W OnwdVtms summer to locate, at Whaley school house at and at1 Null commenced eawl soon teanis can be secured cohstriic- tion work will be pushed-rapidly. D. H. Teel, of Clarlc's'Pb'rR'-aKivfea' jfrjeelIjyilKtlich. i Ishawooa school this.CQraing J. W. employed on the 'REPUBLICAN, arid this is a gusrantee that all job work done in this office will be first-class. Maoy students and very iiberal .by citizens of Big Horn county indicate the interest taken in "Big Horn CoUege" at Basin. While on his trip C, F, Robertson, who returned on Sunday night, eiosed the ot something over 300 acres' 6f -Hanover land to Hmden Neb., parties.' Rod McDonald, forest ranger, has return to the Big Horn Basin and fBresttiVBah himself In 'stock business. P. Hardee, of Shell, has our ihanks for some apples that were grown on their ranch. The applegrow- camp, .and Earner well has been Wolf creek. placed Shell from J. W. Ozier, representing the T. A HOI of Chicago, X-' Jf A if.I _. __ looldng "the' Big Horn Canal project'; wfth-'a'yjtw-k) bidding ontfce work. Henry Bunch has 15 hills of cucum- bers which have grown over 100 gallons of pickling cucumbers since they start- j ed bearing, business. L. H. Heathershaw, of Des Mojnes, of Mrs. Vreetnan, of'tbie city, Basin last He has tonte to take a look at the 1 hopes to locate. He went iofWorlaiid op Pram a reliable source it is learned this the Dkfl Tuesday night, the infant son of Mr, and Mrs. F. E, Judkins, age six The tittle' one had been ill from cholera infantum and a compli- cation of meningitis occurred, which Caused 'death. The family has the sympathy of the entire community fa this their affliction. Tuesday morning, J. J." of Shell, who hat been sick WitRi'fiifliutia- bowels for a short time, but who was improving nicely, raised up in bed to take, a glass of- rater and fell over dead from heart failure. Mr. Smith came here from Colorado about three" yean ago and, with his brother- in-law, purchased the W. T. Porter ranch on Shell Was an. exemplary citizen, a good bMband and the sympathy of all in their hour of trial There- mains were taken to Ccrwley Tuesday afternoon for interment. A Letter From Portland. The following- letter from Portland, Oregon, is self-explanatory: County Commissioners, Big Horn Co., Basin, Wyo. Dear am sending you today, under separate cover, a copy of the Oregon Journal of the 26th of Aug., and I desire to .call your attention to the editorial upon Wyoming's agricul- tural exhibit and from it you can get 'an idea of the work I am trying to do for the State. There now remain only six more weeks of the fair; and I wn making i potatoes which weigh over six- i pounds, grown by John Lawrie, of Shell, these tubers have not at- tained their full growth yet, either. They are the early Ohio and have a good smooth skin and are perfectly formed. There is a branch from a Si- berian crab apple that measures just 18 united in marriage If Its a Saddle you want look at the Leadmg, Fremont, Nelson or Tailor tree, tatra swell'fork, atJudkin's. That boiler and pomp for the new Arrived ftiti woekjtnd wffl wtmtalfedin a short time.! Griffin, the freighter, was taken very sick wiih cramps Jail fcp: day> at much better at the present writt r-. Mrfand Mrs. B., B. .Morton returned from jSnndiy and r. i while gone. to the new stone store building of F. Brigham. he hopes to move intolf stoW turejby .October., The teachers who are .Attending in- stitute-got together and Morris chair who has been enabled to be at moat of the sessions by this fact The G. A, R, delegation which went from here to. attend the reunion at Denver arrtiid home Wednesday. They time and that the reunion was a huge success. Frank Lewis did a fine job of welding this week at his blacksmith shop. The u Bbout the moat rfect ,e W knn AvnJ r of Shell, had about 'ine acres tof oats threshed test week'. The measured out 690 bushels. Htf.sold, by weight, 600 bushels to C. F. Mackenzie and still had 38 eacka left. How's that for heavy'oats? The contract for building the big dam I on tiie S5noBhone river has been let to of Chicago. The suoeessfbl bidders on
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