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Basin Republican (Newspaper) - September 28, 1905, Basin, Wyoming Entered aa Second-Class matter June 30, 1905, at the poBtofflee, at Basin, Wyoming, under the Act of Congress of March 8, Vol. 1. BASIN, BiG MORN COUNTY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1905. Nb. 20 i Ice Cream Soda at the Metropolitan Pharmacy. Jack Gruenig is still doing watch re- pairing.1 Genuine Shot Loaded team whips at Judkin's. Markham gives satisfaction in horse- shoeing. Shoe repairing neatly done at Judkins' harness shop. vflarry Jlime started this morning for Iridianola, Iowa. 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. Prices right on harness at the Basin Hardware Co.'. C. F. Robertson is erecting a neat dwelling at Worland. For Team, Harness and Wagon, H. L. MEAD. Josiah Cook went up to the Gold Nugget mine this week. K. W. Booth arrived m town Tnesday from a trip to Shoshoni. If your watch does not keep good time take it Co Gruenig. The Basin Hardware Co. have opened a branch store at Worland. The finest ice cream soda in the land is to be had at the Metropolitan Phar- macy, See Z. R. for fall and winter dresa- goodi< A full line of gent's and ladies' sweaters. of Omaha, :came in on' 's sigge. He is on his nay to the oil fields. Team tot sale-Large enough for common work or will do to drive. En- quire at F. I. Rue. Hon. Jas. I. Patten arrived home from Denver and other southern points, last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cropsey, Mrs. Frank Wise and Mrs. R. R. Heron left Tues- day for Thermopolia. Cold weather is almost doe and you had better see the Basin Hardware Co. before purchasing your stoves for the coming winter. F. E. JotUtina has purchased the shoe repairing kit of Otto Maier and is pre- pared to dolln kinds of work in that fine. The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will give a New England dinner daring court -week and will nave on sale reidy-made.aprons and other articles. .J..W. Loyvwent to Bald Mountain after Emmett Mann who point After their warn they will go to Copper Mountain where they will spend about three weeks. F. W. Rupnow, of Fairbury, Neb., 'father of Mrs. G.-L. Dodge, arrived in BMUI last Thursday evening to pay a visit to his daughter and son-in-law. He will remain here about three weeks and look the county over with a view to locating. 0. H. Cunningham, of Sheridan, came in on Thursday and will iitiUll ttte new bailer and pump in the new. power house that is now in course of eiDsbructioa. Mr. Cunningham is a flrstfclass mechanic, and is employed on the recommendation of E. Gillette. Tuesday evening fhete arrived in Gar- land two 25 power tradtloH en- gines of the Cokmmn make, from Peo- rimJlL, cotutaeatoW. S. ColUna', for turn on-the bfe CiMl- There will be two more of toete shipped and (our traders'. This looks like business, and it atop looks is though the company intended To fulfill their promise to push the work. v A BURLINGTON OFFICIAL TIDINGS TODAY. AUTHENTIC NOT AFTER HAMY MOUTHS OF WAMmO THE PEOPLE ABE ASSURED, THE BEST POSSIBtE AUTHORITY, THAT THE RAliROAD WILL BE BUILT FROM- FRAMBIK, AHD HP THE BIG HORN BTVER. BXSV 11 JT f I J- B- O'Neil, of Wellsville, Kas., Dr. I S C JIVI1JN IJT of Kas.. Mrs. C. L. XVJL t i Bi8hop and aon of pereyVflle. la, and ,W. F. Schrader, of Rid Oak, fowa, came in on Tuesday from Worland. SENDS THE GLAD They had been looking over the Han- i over canal lands and were on their way 1 home. They speak as though they were --very favorably impressed with the tiut- teok for investment in this county. PROPHETIC I Complaints are made of the bridge crossing the gulch on the Shell road I near the Price ranch, being in a danger- Under the new law, the men and pay cash There is no excuse for bridges being out of repair and it is poor economy to leave the work undone _________ until a team is hurt' or someone killed. and a suit for damages is filed against Chicago, m., September 27, telegram.--Work on the county. road from Frannie authorized. mA remarkable cure was effected at This is the first authentic information that has come to the effect that the B. M. was to build, although the events of the past few she was taken Vibe" weeks have pointed to this consummation. r aiuc ui me wuy, auu wws uiu ueu Uliuer As the telegram indicates, they will start from Frannie and will} the care of Mrs. M. Winengar, an ex- take the river route. This means a. sugar beet factory at Lovell and a quickening of development all along the fane. There will be, doubtless, other industries established all along the river. Basin has awaited this information for many months, and now that the Rlad tidings have come we feel rewarded. The many enter- prises that have been in the air will now become established facts. treatment m connection with the baths has placed Mrs. Lee almost in normal health again. Great are the springs, The president of the Chamber of Com- merce was yesterday notified by the local agent of the B. M. railroad company that wherever the freight Watch the development of this county and its varied resources.! rates to Sheridan were formerly higher than to Billings, the rates have been The mining and agricultural industries will receive an impetus that will place us in the front ranks of the producers, and which will give us added prestige. Hurrah! for the Railroad and the Big Horn Basin! reduced to a level with the Billings rates This is a big thing for Sheridan, and County Commissioner M. H. Warner is in basin seeing that the work on the bridge goes merrily on. Dr, G. W. Walker, of Hyattville, was in Basin Sunday assisting at the opera- Ganta. Joseph- H. Nevffle, of Bjron, was called to Basin last on ac- count 'of the Sheas of L. A. Gantz. Rev. 3. M. lact Friday from Cheyenne, where he had been at- tending the Baptist state convention. Rev. Mecum preaches next Sunday, morning and evening at the Baptist chbrch. Special music at both services, G. VI. Richardson, of the State Loan Trust, is looking at some real estate in the vicinity of TnennopoliBthis week. Frank Lewis has restubbed several buggieathis week. He is fitted up to do all classes of blacksmithing of, this kind. W. S. Collins is putting up an office building at Worland for the Hccomoda- ttonofthe Big Horn County Irrigation Company. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Rogers are back from their visit to the Hot sprinjp and Mrs. Rogers was greatly benefited by the trip. Last Saturday jack Hanlon purchased much credit" is due members of the _________________________Chamber of Commerce and others for 'urging the matter of equal and just Josh Elks accompanied by his wifes freight rates before the Burlington and daughter and Mrs. C. C. Ellia ar-1 officials. Sheridan may now become a rived in town Sunday evening from a j jobbing manufacturing center, with trip to Iowa. no discriminating freight The Methodist Sunday school picnic, j At C. C. EIha Son's real estate was a success from the office there is on exhibition some apples wonigo._ A large crowd of the young I grown on the 0. P. Hardee ranch on folks participated. Shell that look exactly like the pictures J. Edgecomb was in town Sunday that are in the sampfe with his camera and the baseball team took advantage of the fact and had their pictures taken. The beef ronndup of the Shell Creek association started last Monday. There will he a lot of first-class beef shipped off that range this fall Harry Smith started putting in the Steam and water fixtures m the new Big Horn Bank building this week. is a first class plumber. He Horn that are in the sample books that the tree agents take out to show what the trees are supposed to do. They are ab- solutely perfect. There are also some Whitney s there grown on Peter Enders' ranch that are models of perfection. J. Bircumahaw has a cucumber on ex- hibition there which measures 63 inches in length. Whenever there are strangers within our gates, take them to that and show them the display of grains and vegetables way XhT "KST flight on Sunday ns- been ene-aired I All cattle shipped from Big Horn i L. A Gantz had been a citizen of county after the 16th inst do not have "this county for the last six years, corn- to be inspected, as the bureau of animal industry nas declared it to be a clean county. ing from Casper. He was an extensive sheep owner and was well-known throughout the entire Basin He was always a friend to the poor, Mr. Enders has the sincere thanks and his deeds of charitj, althoughnot of the office force for a basket of the blazoned to the world, were numerous nicest Whitneys that it has been our the water wagon from Riffile Barr I luck to put our teeth into They were and from TIOW hence will be the dis-1 grown on his ranch in Red Canyon Denser of aqua para to those who live ft I Thos Long, of Garland, came over to i Basin last Friday evening to be prese-it James McKinney was in Basin, Tnes- at the bedside of his friend, L. A. Lou, as he was called by those who y t We day, with a load of lumber from the Enders' and reports that two parties are allowing waste water from their irrigation ditches to overflow the county road. This must be stopped or i the parties will be prosecuted. Peter Enders. of Beaver creek, has shown his usual public spirit in sending display of apples to be State Fair at Douglas. shipped to the State _ If we had a few more citizens like Mr. Enders this county would have an ex- hibit at the State Fnir that would cap- ture everything In sight. I Ed and Leslie L. Gants arrived from j Caiper on Monday evening, having j driven overlaid. They arrived too late, to see then: brother alive. Ed started with the remains to Ohio on.Tuewlay! morning, while L. L. GSntz and Thos. Long went out to the sheep camps of the deceased, and will take the stock, over to tho Moorcroft country. r. f ,1L Gantz, during his illness. These two men were bosom friends and Lou B de- mise has caused Tom's honest heart to almost break. The fam''y album of "Jerusha Dow" which was shown at the Baptist church last evening was a laugh pro- ducer from beginning to end Quito a large number were out to see the pic- tures, and all unite In saying that they suffering intensel, of the bowels. A would not have missed it for a good deal. 'The young folks served melon refreshments which were fine On the 24th of October, W B Crop- Bey will sell at public auction as fine a lot of Shorthorn milch cows as ever placed on the block, some of these are thoroughbreds and all are gentle and kind, what n wanted for fam- ily: use. He will also dispose of about 100 full-blooded Barred Plymouth Rock chickens and 25 thoroughbred Duroc Jersey pigs. knew him, was born at Westerville, Ohio, 39 years ago, and came west I when but a young man He had just leased acres of land near Moorcroft, on the B M I and was moving his herds to that place He had settled up all matters of busi- ness in this county and left town on Tuesday, Sept. 18, to start his outfit over the mountains He was taken sick only a short distance out of town and on was brought to Basin, ly from strangulation 11 that medical science could do was done, and as a last resort an operation was performed on Sunday morning but Lou never rallied from the shock and passed away as above noted. The remains were embalmed and will be taken to his birthplace for interment His brothers, Ed and Leslie, came over land from Casper but arrived too Iste to see Lou before death came. If its a Saddle you want look at the Leading Fremont, Nelson or Tailor tree, extra (well fork, at Judkin's Basin is a business town Do you know that Markham does the horseshoeing at the Flaffstaff shop
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