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   Cody Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1905, Cody, Wyoming                               r Ilrouki raw Big Harm Gocty Enterprise. If It Im It Will be In The Cnterprlaa. vi. CODY, BIG HOBN COUNTY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, MAY No. 41 1fOOOfOOO FEET OF LOGS. The Great Boom of the Shothono lumber Company will bo Started Down tho River. Duping last winter and a portion of the spring the Sbosbone Lumber com- pany, compOBert of Mr O H Wallop, Mr Maloom Moncrleffo and Mr Sher- man Canfleld, of Sheridan, with Mr George T Beck, of Cody, have bad a large force of men engaged In culling timber on the North Fork of the Sho- shone, in the vicinity of Grlnnel Creek, under the management of Mr Caniield 1 As slated they have over 1 feet of logs and have formed a drive of them aod will float it down toe liver and have it sawed into dimension material A force of 18 men went up OB Salur day and during the present week, if Ills believed considerable of the lum- ber will be necessary in the building of the government dam and no little will be used for building purposes here in the town Mr Oanflold has very successfully conducted the business of bis associates and has displayed great executive ability In handling the affair It is perhaps only the commencement of an Industry that will become one of much importance to our town in the future and it Is a pleasure to learn that the company has so far encountered no obstacles of a serious nature The company have remaining yet a large amount of stumpage and after thej are favored by natei will getting the present drive well under float the big drive to Trimmer's way will resume cutting operations ford west of the cinvoo where the Ihe present outlook is ..bat a vast logs II be taken from the river a dam be IDS constructed to assist m (jet ting them landed At thib point a steam baw mill is to be erected for saw- ing up the logs The company has displayed no little enterprise in the undertaking, also having incurred considerable expense quantltv of timber will be required by the government private parties and Oregon Basin project The great de maad for lumber all over the Basin will probably enable the t-ompao) to furnish ail needed without having any shipped In PARAGRAPHICALLY SPEAKING Physical Culture Club Notes More or Interesting to Big Horn Readers, "This b a h -U of a way to remarked aneatly dressed, well appearing young man In the lobby of the Irma the other evening to a couple Jt of "A fellow has to ride all dav and the journey was so dull that it Inflicted a pain An enterprise pencil pusher finally rounded up the dudUh looking chap and gently Inquired the cause of bis discontent "Well, you see Us this way. I am from Butte and came over here to do some business but got prett) well worn out bv the trip and am feellcg a bit, -rockv know Further inquiry revealed that the vender of musical instruments arrived the evening before Asked if he had done any business he replied 'Oh, v.es sold three pianos two organs and one pianola here today, a big day a work And he added, "it represents about iloO profit for me Just to think, here was a man put- ting up a great how] because the traveling was not as rapid as he desired it and at the same time his one day's business netted him the fairly good profit of Kick certainly some persons would exercise that privilege if tbov had permanent hoard and lodg ing in Paradise 'lust put me down as a great admxr er of and a firm believer in the fact that your ranchers of the South Fork country west of Codv have land that fertility and attractiveness Is unsur- passed, said U S Commissioner V G Lantry upon returning to last On Monday evening, May 15lb, was a short entertainment by Miss Spencer, Mrs Barnett, Miss Wade and others, followed by a lecture on "Pursuit of Health Means and J xtremes by Dr F A Waples He warned the club members against extremes in the tak- ing of patent medicines ex u ernes in food hobbys and in over exercising He also spoke about individuality in exeicise Because a man can lift a heavy weight many times is no reason a weaker man should strain and con- tort himself in the effort to do the same. He made special emphasis upon cooking food enough 'Oatmeal should cook all uight, he said, a remark which seemed to amuse and surprise many women His remarks were short but to the point On Wednesday evening, May ITih was a boxing contest between the Mr Reed and Mr Kendal, both members of the club Tneir seconds were Miss Brown aud Mrs Clark, who worked with a will to revive their men after each bout The bout consisted of four rounds with a rest of three minutes be tween keeper Mr Bobby Burns was time Mrs J M Schwoob who was referee, opened the bout with the fol lowine remarks Ladles and gentlemen gives me great pleasure to introduce to you to- night two of tbe mobt famous pugs of the 20th century They will entertain you this evening for a few minutes in a four round boxing stunt which prom ises to be Che event of the season The gentleman on ray right is Cham Light- ning Jim, the "Had man of Bitter who won world wide fame last Tbankbgiving night at Meeleetse by Saturday I completely anibilating Coibet The "For the Bret time 1 made a trip Greal Hls antagonist the gentleman up tho valley going as far as the beau j at m? lefl is Cyclone Bill who actually tlfulhome place of Mr and Mrs Me- declares he punched the mug Laughhn and the fine character of the soil abundance of water and general inviting surroundings were a revela tion to mo Its very little wonder that so few of these ranchers desire to sell because it would be difficult to secure of everv. boxer with whom he has come in contact within the last six weeks Theae gentlemen have insured their lives made their wills etc and arraogemenls have been made for the funeral of the vanquished You are other locations poising the 'nUled to attend the fun oral at (1 30 to- advantages that exist ID that section morrow morning and tho wake tomor- Good ranch land is fast becoming a row evening We assure we will thing of the past and the owners interesting- for all pres of such value as that lying 0nt for i The seconds flipped a coin for sides The referee oramfned the gloves and found one rock in Cyclone Bill s and the boxing commenced amid nier rlment from the audience After the along the South Fork are very tunate_______________ A Fine New Store During tho present week ground wet broken Off Sheridan avenue near Third street and digging for the foun datlon and, cellar commenced for a large business boiiso for Mr O. A Pulley, one of our merchants. Tbe 'building will bo full size of the lot, extending U> tbe rear alley and the material used In lu construction will be the fine native stone The entire structure will be used for business pur- posoi by Mr. Pulley and a cellar will extend the full length of the building It will be built ID a first class manner, cpnulolnir every conrenlenca, Itrelud- lug water and furnlihed eloctrlo lights whan the plant Is In order to furnish thorn. In this cooBOctlon it pleuure to notice the UM of itone to tion of new houses, which will event- ually mult In more tabttantlal, fire- proof Ai la well known too building ttOM abounding here It of a high wJaptefl for the con; ofbnUdlop. bout there was a wrestling match bo tween Mr Evans and Mr Clarence Williams and tbe evening closed with half an hour of dancing The club Is planning for a banquet on the evening of May list for tbe members only More of Cupid's Work Much to the surprise of their many frlendj, who had no suspicion of their Intended attlon, Mr Albert Johnson and Mrs Effle Owens, on Wednesday evening, hurriedly 'phoned, Hia Honor, Judge Umix, who repaired to the retl- dence of the bride, ind In tho ffiwt itnpreulvfc manner, mado them man and wife Both of thi contracting tirtltKro well and favorably known this com- munity, and the belt of good wiihet them Into their new relations. A itad It apt to uke affront If re- quested to take back teat. TOLD IN A FEW WORDS. loading EvontB of the Big World Briefly Stated for Bmy Big County People. A naval battle Is expected to occui at any moment between the Russian and Japun Jleefj Latest reports from Chicago indicate that the great strike w ill be settled during present W 7 Bryan has announced his intention nf making a trip around the world He will start in a few days Light yachts started across the Atlantu lust I riday to race for the cup offered by the Lmperor of Kilpatrlok Bros A Collins have been anaidad comma for building the noithwestern extension from Cosprr Dispatch from Cant-on states that ooDstiuction work wiil be com menced once upon the monument k) KKKinley Prank Stover of Thermopohs, lost his life in that town last Satur day by the cav ing in of a well he was i! m cleaning A dispatch from London sfcft'es that owing to the scarcity of radium the price of tbeaiticJe has Inc <.used to ii 000 OdOan ounce A tornado struck Port orth Texas list Salurdav destroung the Luion depot and many other buildings Ouc inau uas killed The Goldfield Bank and Trustcompanv ofGoldheld has closed its doors President J B with Sb.2 000 H misslug "vV hile four men were carrying a bomb at. W arsaw, to huri at some of the official buildings they stumbled and foil ail of them bemg killed R R Selway one of the largest woo! growers in Wyoming- and Montana sold his clip of jOO 000 pounds, Uiu week, leceiving J i cents i pound Mrs Chadwick Btateb that in four months she borrowed without securiu 000 the remainder of the OuO 000 she sajs she obtained motherwajs At Cheyenne this week Mr Frank smith editor of the Lander Clipper and former postmaster at Lander was acquitted of the charge of Johann Hoch, of Chicaeo, who was married toll wives several of whom he is charged with killing, was conv ctcd of murdei m the liiot degree last week of the policy holders of the bquit ible Life Vssurance Asso- ciation have petitioned tho President to order an investigation of the affairs of the company Gen Wood, from Manila, reports that after severe fighting he has succeeded in wiping out the Moro outlaws many of them being killed and the balance scattered 1 he officers and two directors o' the American Bank at Abilene, Texas, have been indloted by the U S grand jury, charged with violating the banking Considerable uneasiness, according to late disnatohes exists with the Boers, caused by the newconstitution prepared for them bv J Another ou'break is threatened The reforms oidered adopted in Russia bv tho I mjjeror has had ex cellent effect upon the people of that country and will it is preuicted lead up to abolishing nearly all abuses A man named A Jobuson, living at Chester has made a written confession of killing five persons His leaaons foi confessing is that be was troubled by bis conscience ork National League Rasobal! club is making a run campaign for the pennant of 0.5 They now have a percentage of their nearest chasers being the P ttsbuig club with 21) Hiram Tronk, the last survivor of the war of 181' (Med in 01 k last Wednesday at the age of 11J years Marked mllkarj honors were shown at his funeral which occurred in New 'i ork last Saturday A table recently compiled by the U S Geological sui vcy showing coal production shows remarkable increase in Wvommg The State is rapidly becoming one of the greatest coal producing states in the union In the general Presbyteriam Convention held at ioona Minn this week resolutions were unanimously adopted providing (or a union of the Southern, Lnited and Cumberland branches of the church into one body Next week, at Denver, will occur the execution of 11 ednck and convicted of robbing and murdering Mrs onng blood a storekeeper of that city one of the accomplices C O Peters has been s reprieve Senator Warren of Wyoming declares lhat the agitation c ar the recently announced purpose of the Panama canal commission to purchase supplies and ships In the cheapest market is a tempest in a teapot He sajs that even if carried out it would have no elect upon tht. taritT question erv late-t Information ftnm Chicago under dace of .1 h announces that all arrangements for ending the strike been brok en up and it appears that all negotiations have stopped it Is said that now all trades In the citv will be called out in order to enforce he demands (if thfl strikers At Toronto, Canada, last week losephine Tarr n 11 vear old g'i' coolv confessed to killing of Illiam Murrav a nine months old Infant She stole the carriage with the Infant from in front of u depart rnent store took the child to the woods stripped him and threw it over an embankment causing instant death in York last Saturday a gnmbllng house conrhirtni exc isiveh for women, was raided bj the police who captured faro tables roulette wheels and other devices A doren or more handsome1) garbed women wore excitedly ploying when tho police arrived Several hid while some ran for the collar Af er securing ttuir names 'hev were allowed to depart A remarkable scene occurred Jo the cltv council chamber of J lilin delphla lost Thursda.) The council meeting was intended by hundreds of indignant citizens who cried thiovefl and robbers the council defiantly proceeded to lease the city gas works to a corporation for a term of 75 years It became necessary to call In the police u clear ihe galleries of the peopls who fought fiercely A dispatch from Chicago, dated last Prldai lohann Hoeh chnmplon arch fiend to-dav convlcwd of murder and sentenced to death about balf an hour the case hid given to the jnry The ehtrge against Hoch was ihai So bad murdere-d his wife, Mrs Mario Walcktr Hoch by meant of poison end made love to her sister while la; In (ho death itiroei In an adjoining room Commissioner of the Isnrl offlco, has Issued a clr oular to registers Rbd recelTeri of lard offlccw throughout the Tolled explaining the act pasted at tho lint seitslon of congress prohib- iting the of timber In lieu of In the forest re.se.rrM Under a provision of Iho act all (wlcclloDS under the Ict.i of Tune 4 1KQ7 June A, 1900, made prior to and pending for adjudication on March 3, 160.5, whlrh tl the date of approval of above referred to, may though the of March 3, 1W, had int IN BATTLE ARRAY. Russian and Japanese Armies Both Preparing for Another Battle Which May Commence Very Soon. Llnovlioh Will Fight Giinshu Pass May A gpnera] engagement is imminent I Mm bhal Is deploy ing foites against General Lioeviuhs left and is c oncentrating his truips along the (enter hut his base IB opposite thr Russian right It is not cleat tthich wing is making the demoustia lion and which will delnei the main blow It is evident from I inevftch preparations thai he intf nds to at ppt a decisive battle Supplies for Rustla. Hong koug orilinfj hnf jrmatioD te rrf-s i.mlpnt, nt Joki h Daily I (If graph a i i ]pm f t pla_ ie Ins hi K n ut ut Hurbmai I Ui deaihi n t hut ri u n ajf t H) da Ij Tales of Rnsstan 10 -i I ipp M ton n IP to i ome n of oiui ijis ab a ral the (apaopsi eminent will not peinnt the Japanese newspapers to thp-e t JIIP- ments fearing thai the t ITpct 1 IP Ui cause retaliation on ths part of Jap anese --touts and the more scattered bodies uf Japanese soldiers lor the main bodies of the wheie ihe commanding othrer-, hold things with a, firm i em, little fear is expressed With Our Advertisers Dr Lane Home Again Notice the bargains offered at the I popular Thompson Cash Store This cstablishmeLt ia lug ID I public I Jesse Frost 1s known ali oier Big Horn Basin as a genial good fellow with a big following of friends It wil, be seen that he has assumed contiol hero in Cody of one of public concerns and that he will make good and his callers in a fine dandy manner goes with the saving Nothing but thp best of good, will je kept OD adie and one can be -.lire a pleas act Lime and gentlemanly treatment Mr R D Uudsonpillar has his In en business DO accomodatioos I near his tesidence in order to secure I more room for his growing tiade Kiee has fine vehicles and good teams essential parts i f a well conducted hvet v business aad is reach ai a moment notice to furnish patrons with first-class outfits His trade has grown rapidlj simply because he D to the public spent r-.3 in er an jfiwooiun in taking a post eralbae surgery at the Hush Medical ollog-p, Chicago Dr Fianus M I me reached home uu Ihjrsday This PS timable rccenod cordial welcome home from het large niirrbt rof ft lontU Daily Tram to Be Put On. In the course of the next ten davs The Enterprise has excellent ait thority for stating daily railroad semce will be estab'iihed between Ccd> and To uua J his clmD0e from other has become necessan mg to the large increase in passen ger travel ard rapidly freight j For many Mr George Mar I juelte has been a resident of this region In fact bring the original tlis coming m close after the T PWIS and Clark exploring expedition and is regarded as one of our Tiost i e liable The card of I ncle George as a Notary Public haung; been honored with the appointment by Governor Brooks appears ID thid paper i and all business entrusted to his tai e i will receive pioiupt and careful alien tion freight receipts t ndoubtodly the ad dkional 'eonuenience will be h.ghlv aporeciated I the of the Horn liasin I To Celebrate the Glorious Fourth On Monday evpuioj DOM p m a meeiiug of the citizens of t odv wnl 1> held to matte ai for thf 1 1 oper observation of Indepeodpi ce Interesting Informatton Said Tno H Manin I thing which I do uut ueei bpati of joung h >rses eigl t pud about, i i P pair, ns of nnp Ihe I-nterprw wook Mr Kuicher who has teams and facilluks fir n.armncHnd prom, tlj d np (if f Onp sadi.10 111 ino rubbei ire unr of the be-s 1 11 one of tin n P p an b n ders J hp 'aad will faahhi1 cam on all p, n pnpf am] f tea( w __ ti thp ano or one rt I sow hpi P w i I In >wid ihp an nouDcemeut of Mr Oelaod a ouipotent and reliable man w hi has had -cxmsi Jeruble i P in business and ron der satiRfaction in all businpss pnir pd lo him WILL Bt IN CODY elti i i i hi. t P JDlJfll O i P ft i mn ai it i arp T un nti il IB insirum n i n i f HP to j prf --11 u i i n 1 I Prominent Burlington OHclals Will Arrive Here Saturday Next numbpr o' thw Icudinj. >llic n h o' ihp HurlioKUm 1U toad inrl i 1 former I I PI B ru ntockhoMpr op rfs i) i W nrd and o t ns Thpt will nrr vo ui u Iny r rr inpfippcifi) train bang rnn ip a' cerpral prunl-o cani nnrl wi rpmn n HPPP riur np thp i On bohnlf nf tho pr-oplp nf Coth Thp 1 DUrprUe U plpaspil to greet thpm and thorn In uko B nurvpr ni ihP whnDCcmnnt that haa bcpn ma dp In CO-IT anil thp Bljj Morn Hasin ninro 1 (heir company extondfd rails wltn In our boartlorfi csuplwl with thp assurance that the work of develop mcnt htia only commenced lit p U i in a i p fin a u en i mi r if n H H fin pi >i IP rpit rr i Developing Their laim c a i m n p 1 1 1 s of to work f nrr I RT 1 largo amoiict qihpr ihp a c '''I I aod ihp outlook for thpm hpoon 'privltiffM Ji good am mn I dpi n j in bpinff donr prlncipallt hr Mr 1 KcartiR hut RPP ftjisn rTiffh In sinking Khhfiq find ninning tunn rprnona fomilifir with t hp propp predict very favorable future rcsnii   

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