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   Basin Republican (Newspaper) - September 21, 1905, Basin, Wyoming                               Vol. I. Entered as Second-ClagB matter June 80, 1905, at the postoffiee at'Saain, Wyoming, under the Act of Congress of March 3, JHORN COUNTY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905 ..LOCAL.. Ice Cream Soda at the Metropolitan Pharmacy. Milo Burke is in Basin on business this week. Jack Gruenig is still doing watch re- pairing. Genuine Shot Loaded team whips at Judkin's. Miss Murphy is holding a very suc- cessful school at Chrystal. 0. C. Morgan has purchased 205 tons of hay for use on the Hanover canal. Markham gives satisfaction in horse? shoeing. Shoe repairing neatly done at Judkins' harness shop. A car of white cedar fence posts for sale at Peases'. Call and see the fine line of fancy stationery that we have just received. Last Sunday morning F. I. ftue had a very severe attack of cholera morbus. Harry Stine passed through the town i Creeks. While gone he surveyed two on Tuesday, enroute to the Pacific ranches and a ditch on Beaver and two Last Tuesday night L. A. Gantz was taken very seriously ill with intestinal busy town. j creek. There was a coaching party last j The grass on the postofflce lawn is coast. He reports that Worland is a ranches arid two reservoir Bites on Bear trouble at the ranch of C. G. Williams, on Shell Dr. Carter was called d'iring the night, and "Wednesday morning brought Mr. Gantz back to Basin fot treatment. Although Mr. Gantz is a very sick man, his condition at this time is1 not considered dangerous. Last Friday evening Ora Allen ar- received rived in town with a four-horse rig, in which were M. W. Ensign, locating en- 'fhursday evening and those who com-1 sprouting up out of the ground. posed it report that they had the time enne Tribune. We would like to know if the grate in Cheyenne is habit of sprouting down, or from any other of their lives. Miss Lulu Shepherd, of Thermopolis, who has been visiting Mrs. L. David- son of this place, left for home on yes- terday's stage. Lewisia Chapter No. 16 0. E. S. of this place has received its charter, and Mrs. Maggie Arnott has been appointed Grand Esther. Gambling will be stopped in Cheyenne by the police force which has received orders from the mayor to enforce the ordinance passed in 1902. I have some thoroughbred Scotch Colliies. Genuine "heelers." See me and get prices that satisfy. J. R. THBOCKMORTON. The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will give a New England dinner during court week and will have on sale place than the ground. Zane Richardson have this week a set of computing scales that is a marvel in that line of work. gineer, and I. S. P. Weeks, chief en- By the simple movement of a lever the j gsneer of the B. M. R. R., W. H. clerk can tell just exactly how much of j Kilpatrick, of Kilpatrick Bros. Col- any-old-thing will come to price. The Wyoming State Baptist Conven- ut any-old-' lins, of Newcastle, and Jerry Donnelly, another contractor. They proceeded up the river on the line of survey, was held in Cheyenne on Sept. 12. j towards ThernjopoliB, on Saturday. Big Horn Basin was represented by j A 0 Ford and Aaron Johanson, of Rev. J. M. Jones who spoke on "The present and future of Big Horn Basin." Oakland, Neb., accompanied by T. N. Palnquist, of the same place arrived A large number of ministers were in wift the )ast excursion. The lat- attendance. ter gentleman left the party at Basin The Red Bank Cattle Co. had some and went up to Thermopolis where he feeders on the South Omaha market, will take a course of baths in the hope on the llth inst, that weighed 1164 of regaining his health. The other two ready-made aorons and Other articles i pounds and brought which was gentlemen were taken up to the YU reaay maoe aprons ana otner articles. ,__ iuaiati, u.. r almost the top. On the 13th Wyoming Rev. E. W. Mecum will preach morn- Cheyenne is mad over the scattering j feeders brought all the way from 52.86 ing and evening next Sunday at Basin.' of a wagon load of dodgers over the city i to 20 Prices right on harness at the by an agent who was JamesLa wifeand Hardware Co. a "bust developer" firm. daughter came Qver Tueg. Mrs. Dan VanWert and daughter are m day on hfe way to Shell. He came to take his mother, Mrs. Mary Howell, on the sick list. Dr. Dodge is in at- tendance. See Z. R. for fall and winter dress- goods. A full line of gent's and ladies' sweaters. The finest ice cream soda in the land is to be had at the Metropolitan" PhaiS- tnacy. Jerry Ryan and son William, of mopolis, came to Basin Tuesday on business. Do you knotr that Markham does the horseshoeing at the Flagstaff shop. Students are engaging rooms prepar- atory to enuring Big Horn College here October 2nd Building material of all kinds at liv- ing prices at the Basin Hardware Co. The First'National.bank of Custer, S. D., was robbed by professionals on the night of the 9th iiurt For Team, Harness and Wagon, H. L. MEAT. The furnace and heating apparatus for the new bank building has arrived and has been installed. Tuesday night. He will stay with us the rest of the year and develop his ranch, south of town, to some extent. back to Garland. She has been visiting friends and relatives on Shell and Horse ranch by C. C. Blake where they will look over that splendid property with a view of purchasing. Mr. Ford is a breeder of thoroughbred cattle and re- marked that he was getting stuck on this country, although When he first saw it he did not like it. We clip the following from the Wheatland Times: "Are you keeping a close watch on your boy? IB he not at just the right age when he needs the sufveilance of an older and wiser head? YJDU owe it to your boy to see that he has nothing lliat he has not gotten in a legitimate manner. There is a time in nearly every young lad's life when he does not see the harm in taking the things that he wants regardless of where he finds them. If it is curbed or nipped in the bud, the boy is safe, but if not, then we feel sorry for him, He has a rather shady picture before him and it should be bright. Keep watch of your boy." The news editor of the Cheyenne Friday. Teachers' institute over, the public Tribune was wedded on Sept. 12 to Under the new dental law in Wyoming schools reopened last Monday. The all those practicing dentistry must take attendance in the primary grades is 49 M. Bfa Of the. new j Co. 's building. State Loan ajid Teust W. F. Johnson has a Marriage licenses were issued last! creeks. Monday to John 0. Leithhead and Misa j Work has been commenced tearing Malita B. Jolly, of Loveli, and James j out tne old buildings which are on the -and Miss Girdle Rogers, of Basra. Rev. Fenton joined in wedlock, last force of men at work moving the old Tuesday, James 0, Cummings and j Snyder building to its new site on 4th Miss Gertie Rogers. May the future street hold many years of joy and peace for A party   of Cheyenne, Dr. Thomas, of La During the year 1904 there was mined Crosse, Wis., F. A. Ray, of Columbus, in Wyoming worth of gold. Sil- ver .output amounted to ounces. Ohio, H. A. ElHngsont of Knox, Ind., C. C. Maggenheimer and C. A. Tyden, The next report will show a large in-! of Chicago, arrived in Basin last Thnrs- crease. day night and went up to Tensleep on Mrs. Francis Evans, of Georgtown, Ky. May much bliss be theirs through the years to coma an examination, unless they had been and in the upper grades thrre are 20 I practicing for a year before the pass-1 pupils. "These are about all the school Htm. H. B. Henderson has been busy age of the law. B. B. Mories, our den-1 building will accommodate, and there at the court house this week, checking up the clerk of court's books, he found everything in apple-pie order and left If your watch does not keep good yesterday for Garland, time take it to Gruenig. I Phil Miner has struck salt water at Hon. M. P. Kincaid, of O'Niell, Neb. 75 fcet in the that the arrived in Basin Tuesday evening on his "Torchlight Co." is sinking east of way up the river to Worland. Itown- nele a 8tronK flow and _, i probably will have to be rased off. The infant son of A. L. Brown, who has been very ill of cholera infantum Mre'J' P' Arnott- accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Mae Grisinger and son, i of Lincoln, Neb., arrived home on Tues- day's stage. Mrs. Grisinger will visit in Basin for a month or so before re- tist, has taken this examination and passed. The law is framed to protect the public as well as the dentists. is still a good number who will not be in school this winter on account of no And will ELEGANT for two weeks, is improving. The Shoshone Indian school at Sho- shone Agrncy is to have waterworks, bids are to be opened on Oct. 3. Miss N. V. Wagner will teach the school in District No. 9, near the "old town" of Thermopolis, this winter. F. E. Judkina has purchased the shoe repairing kit of Otto Maier and is pre- pared to do all kinds of work in that line. Mrs. Warren J. Jonw has just re- j ceived an elegant consignment of mil- linery and invites the Ufiwa down to in- spect it. Cold weather is almost due and you had better the Basin Hirdwara Co. before purchasing your stoves for the coming winter. turning. Mr. Warren, who has one of the Mer- cer Bros, ranches rented this year, sowed four pounds of rye this spring. He had the crop threshed a few days ago and the yield filled two 2-bushel j sacks too full to tie. Entertainment at the Baptist church Friday night, September, 22nd. "Jer- ugha Dow'i Family Album" will be ex- hibited, Admission 15 cents. Refresh- ments served at the close by the Young People's Sunday School class, 10 cents. W. W. Peay has just returned from a surveying trip on Bear and Beaver room. The College will take care of a large number of the older schol- Jnst Arrived of but the public school is be on display all week, wofolly short of room. The teachers, picture hats for the Ladies, Prof. Bryant and and Miss Katherine including a shipment of up-to-date .Frisby, bid fair to hold a successful i styles at ail prices. j term of school this winter, in spite of MRS. WARREN J. JONES, .existing conditions. The up-to-date Milliner Rev. C. E. Fenton leaves today for a four weeks' trip In search of health. He goes to Newcastle, where he will visit relatives and friends From there he will go to Douglas and be present Frank Lewis' business has so in- creased in volume that he has had to install another forge. Joe Kurtz, of Big Horn, is in charge of it. This shop is now in a position to handle any class, as well as any size, of work. We ven- ture to say that there is no better j equipped shop in northern Wyoming. I hag recovered "as to be able to do Dick Reed and John R. Stevenson, of ao_ jjrs. Vanscoy, his sister-in-law, during the encampment of the State troops. He will then go to Kansas City and visit an uncle for a few weeks, i his work here if he Sheridan are in the Greybull valley this weee buying cattle and horses for ship- ment. Dick has been in the Basin almost all summer, buying stock. John Stevenson is an old hand at the business of buying lor shipment, and the twain form a good team. They are in the market for sheep as well as horses and callle. who has been visiting here for a short time, will accompany him as far as Newcastle, her home. The people of Basin rejoice to see Rev. Fenton able to bo out again. If its a Saddle you want look at the leading Fremont, Nelson or Tailor tree, extra swell fork, at Judkin's.   

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