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Cody Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1905, Cody, Wyoming Only 8 Pmga (The Codv Enterprise. If Will Ae In The Cnlorprlme. VOLUME VI. CODY, BIG HORN COUNTY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1905. No. 40 RAILROAD IS BUILDING. Work an the Northwestern Exten- sion Commenced Last Monday Morning On Sunday evening, May 7, the first train load of material (or the extension of the Northwestern railroad west of Casper arrived here, consisting of three oar-loads of steel rails, and five car-loads of ties On Monday morning I men were put to work unloading the I and a 'ew loams were started to for the bide tracks which are to be uied as the supply yards It is that about one hundred oar loads of supplies and material will arrive this week including one hundred teams and men and the work will be pushed as rapidly as possible The four side tracks are to be completed first and after this work Is finished, work on the main line will be com- menoed with a large crew of men and teams There will be ten crew of sur- cross sectioning between Casper and the Sboshone reservation just as goon as they can be eotten here from Illinois and Iowa, where thej have been working all winter New mater- ial and additional men are expected every dav, and bj the first of June it is expected the full number of men will be at work and by fall trains will be running wett of Casper at least as far asWolton a distance of sixty miles Casper Tribune Physical Culture Notes. The Physical Culture Club is pro- gressing rapidly It now has a mem bership of over seventy The social division under Mrs W E Clark is divided Into three Lnter- talnment committee, which plans to At) some entertainment each Wed- isday evening, the Recreation com- mittee which plans horseback rides, picnics etc., under the care of Miss BrowOi and the Dancing committee Under Mr Gus Holmes v Tbe Club Is planning to have a Club house of own before the year is out. Under thj.guardansblp of Rev. Mr; la bead of the lecture depai truent, there are to be some very fine lectures by people who are well versed upon their subjects Last Wednesday evening the club gave a Library party for Its members Bach person came dressed to represent the title of a book There were twenty six books and each were obliged to guesa on paper what each person rep- resented There were two prizes Miss Morrow won the first prize for the -ladles, a very pretty pin Mr Rags- dale won the gentleman's pr'ze, which a pair of military brushes Friday evening the Physical Culture ball was largely attended The Physical Culture class for ladles has now reached the membership of twenty and Is closed for admission to any more members The ladles are learning Swedish gymnastics, fancy balance movements to music and later will take up club swinging and gym- nastic games Spectators are not allowed In the ball at this time wltb- jout a special permit from Mrs Clark Happily Wed. Mr Lome Schwoob and Miss Bertha Russell two of our respected young folks having Jointly agreed that a life of single blessedness was not to their choice, on Monday last were united in marriage by Rev T R. Ragsdale at tbe home of the bride s parents, Mr and Mrs George S Russell, st Isbawooa In tbe presence of 1 a few friends I i The contracting parties to the above event are well known In the younger set of Cody folks and each hosts of friends wbo wish for thorn nothing less than a life time of absolute happiness. Mr Schwoob It an Industrious young man of excellent habits while Mrs. Schwoob Is a charm ing yottng who has grown to womanhood hare, admired for her pleasant disposition and attractive manner. The happy couple will reside in Cody. A Cody Miss Honored it Sheridan All Cody folks know like Dorothy Newton, tbe winsome lassie of Mr. anil lira. A. 0. Nawum, wbo tor ttxtf past baa been aHendlOf school In Shtrl- dM. 000 pounds of blasting now tier 30 bodies been recovered and a number were burned up In the Pullman and ptMearer ears a thriving Oklahoma ttwn ol iVX) was almost entirely destroyed bjr a tornado last Thursday r Ortr 200 penoes are known to have barn killed, whole iatnllles In many having stone and brick buildings blown down like chat? aod building In tbe place with two exceptions were de- stroyed. Relief trains were dtspatobed to the scene by neighboring TO OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY PARAGRAPHICALLY SPEAKING Mlllurjr Department or Wyoming More or Less Interesting to Big Horn Adjutant General's Office Readers. Chevenne, May 11 HKto I On May W occurs Memorial W blle ID Npw a short time Daj a day set an and observed by Blnce lhe was Imited by Capt the people of thi. Nation lor paung 'l Hegeman li 10 go for an auto lojal tribute with tilting ceremonies mobile ride and having boon confined to the memory of our honored dead bv 8a6D brmh ranges of Big Horo strewing with tbe beautiful Dowers of Bttsln Ior some Pu-st without tbe springtime the grates ul those who of indulunt, in or uavlgm gave up their lues that this Nation lng llnon anuhluz moio exciting than might live the hurricane deck ufa high jumping As It has been nstomarv for the i bronlt IDO "filer uc organizations of tbe National Guard o'I mvlte The jenlal captain Is tbe Wyoming to participate In these Me Possessor of a rather swell look morial exercises at their home ln? and has beiome quite w stations H is earnestly desired that no exoen in Its manipulation OTCeptlon be made this year but that p Broadway tho pesky thing went the military spirit may bo tempered during street carsaud express with such patilotlc emotions as natui Iln llle most manner iccasion ally arise in contemplating tho noble 'U9t mining a big uuck mill lives and heroic deeds of the men whc wrlter meekly Inquired if there t, put country above all else a slight element of danger connecloil In accordance with the t nlted States tno amusement but beln assured Army Regulations the national Hag will be displaced at half staff fiom EUO rise to rnitl uay noon- tbe be hoisted to the top of the staff and will remain there until sunset By order of Bin ANT B Biioohs, Governor and Commander in Chief P A GATCHELL Adjutant General Ol I KIAI W R SiHNirtiHt Assistant Adjutant General FUNS-TON'S NARROW ESCAPE there uas not the excursioj continued Finally the were cut out of the route and the quiei resident poitions were sought Now said tbe Captain well take the bridle off and let her go And say bojs thats eractly what did and the machine divided air and covered ground was wonderful I Now and then a blue coated cop would shake his stick m a warning manner towards the now flying concern but the I vehicle kept on in Its mad pace until home was leached Like it' Sure, and the writer hopes to see these rapid traveling machines introduced into Big Horn basin in order to keep up with the lively gait things are moving here A rather peculiar Incident happened nt Basin during the last term of Court One day a couple from Shell creek district, who had long indulged in hand squeezing and making goo-goo eyes at one another, arrived la Basin for the purpose of getting tbe nuptial knot properly adjusted, Both of the fear of his lift Boon aftet being wuru I young couple were strangers In Basin ed 01 a plot to sluv him the Amerlcnn j The first person they met was that bis'llfe391 the and Btala citizen, Mr W r He aloni lu bis office when th. 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"id to him the intending groom confided the object of hlj visit, Mr Booth closely questioned the couple, asked them if they understood fully the responsibilities and enormity of the stsp they were about to take I Pon re- ceiving satisfactory replies Mr Booth Fll.-Hnirli I re TrlU Ilnir He Henrlj Gent-r il 1 I ti "h> ippt i ed before tb< (ouudkM gtmnil i ecmbly at riuitfoi 1 itieutli iu I clwlf of an appropriation fui thi Juuivxton n exposition said that while (onsul it Ilmaua he came uear killing Gtiimtl frretlerlck 1 unhtou uf IN billn luff him to lie bcut upon usMissluntlon savs a Hnrtfortl spei lul dispaub to the till ago Iribime Just iKifore tho Muiiie was bluuu ui General Lee received umnj threats thin be would be killed aud was iu dflilv door openeu and one of thf worst look ing fates he hml seen looked In at him lhc niuii bad long hair llukeiupt beard ami a gaunt uppearamc Ills hnt was full of boles shoes ibout all gone and In Imd no t lothluff ui pamit h but a linen (luster He approai hevl shook General i atitiotislv and ht lattpi iustiuctht ly gras nil hit If tbat fillou had put his hiin.l nn
e 11 to try thr o plpr "I oftnnot a horrid plpp A thor on I afoAf >ou wnoko rlgarB or chpw tlooslfr port rhlBO em to thP w Thr! r" plnrhltlK frllow who li cnpturts) with thf fffwvli Thr rtflln nMlK wp can thnt tn our And tho that Irft will In raomtnr "VS hnt n thnt KO btnrk Ihr tunr RnM Author on for lady and ltiem to the court house fora "oeDse Lpon their return with the necessary doc ument he escorted them to the court room and pointed out Mr H S Uldgely as a minister nho would finish the job Afro.. A T adlouraed they followed lawyer "P tbe afreet and when he was about to enter the re fresbment bazaar of Joe Cook gaie him a knowing wink 'Certainly 111 join you said Mr Ridgely, as he passed into the place A little out of that private bottle said the lawyer The groom to be lookf I thunder struck and acted like a man m In a trance Flnailj recovering bis power ol speech he ialtl T-ook here Mister ain I you L proai net Tbat fat man said so the astonishment was 01 the lanjer not only the t rprlse nas hi, but the grand bom rs for the next, week ei o bis also lor ihe bv, s all heanl of the Mr Rldgelv was mistaken fot a minister and he had to ome through State Board Pharmacy The Board of will nip at Sheridan June th and th IIKX r the examination of at p tanui W-'t h W IU HIM lr hose "oreni from ten to flfi conu a foot HI tody Trading Companc Garden hose 1 fUrpn i from ton ceotn to n a Cody Trading Compai v 4 >tf I OBt TupfidftT pninp J n rpachod home fron n tr p lo hcjent ho was calif pan IPJJR A public meeting be hold the Town Hall on Moodn nert to formulate a program fo of Memorial t( The Anftl Vai One "Tlirrc nn 1wn hprctoii In tho plflT" U nnununl t 11 low our InrplrntloTi now So Ono thp Mflrd" nnd br.M ,h, I rthrr I. tbe bo put. up tb. In hi. nnoklns room no mil Tbf In the city WP tlren for c! n tft how rtflnM nfvtr roll pUI but comrhoti hind Have hit of tn laiy In the country hnW bren nhout by tbe Ume fitnnrr brll rinfn
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