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Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming Volume 6 LARAMIE COUNTY, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1905. ______ STORIES bout TJifjigi Here and _. -jSrf Go to L. II. for ihoei. Chas. HarjraveawUln tp.wn yes- terday. Now is tbe time to subscribe for Tbe Gazette. For a (food, well cooked' meal go to Klueseiier's restaurant, Hens' fnrnuhlnfi! .Well, you can get 'em of t. H. I'isrce, Hartvllle. To rent: Two Urge, .front rooms over Post Office; Inquire at The (Jaiette. We are informed that H. tingle has sold acres of land in liawhide valley. 1 can save you money on groceries My stock is fresh, too. L, H. Pierce) Uartville: Prof. .1. M. Burk, of AVheatland, is here taking the census and making as- sessments, As we jouroeythrongh life let ua live by the way and eat at Klnesener's restaurant. For stationery, fancy articles, per- fumes, toilet soaps, fresh candies, etc. go to MeDevitt'8. Mrs. X. B. Fowler and her cousin, Jlra. Taylor, of Pueblo, wJre shopping Guernsey Tuesday. McDevitt carries a full line of un- dertaking goods. Telephone orders given prompt attention. The Government is erecting a build- ing in Rawhide valley in which to store government supplies. The struc- ture will cost i. i- that ChAVAnnn will built1. CrlFRNSEY GAZETTE MISSING JUNE 9 1905 A. B< Beed, of tusk, town Tuesday. Vertices wai In the city from Oheyenne Tuetday. For a good meal, go to Kluesener's restaurant and lunch room. F. W.Hoover, of Chicago mines, was in Guernsey Monday on bnsiuess. Wm, Murpbey, of Fort taramle, was here Tueidtj attending to business, Li U. Pierce carries n complete and well assorted line of general merchan- dise. Iron ore from the Sunrise district will be exhibited at the Lewis and Clark Fair. Mrs. D. went to Wyncote Tuesday and visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. MeCluiig. Miss Myrtle Emery, of Scottsbluft eix, is in tlie city visiting her uncle R. McClaunaban. The Eagles had a good meeting Sun- day night. Seven initiations were pul led off. Better joiq. There is something substantial aboui the meals served at Kluesener's rest anrant. 'They are wholesome too. Wnen you are in flartville come in and examine my stock and get my prices. 1 will surprise you and please you. t. U. Pierce. A Hereford bullatood on the track, He saw the train a coming. tie duekert bis and bowed bis back And went to-------a humming. .burning a kiln o eh, he will ship to oh, o 3. H. Dopebn, who nsiliUd- charge the government hich bas pr Drake worn sppwnted to act M jodg- as per
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