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Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming Volume 6 GUERNSEY, LARAMIE COUNTY, WYOMING, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1905 SHORT STORIES About People and Things More and Hereabouts. Shearing tlmo la coming Go to L. II 1'ieice fo: shoes Chas. Fredeiiclc was in 'juernsej ednesday J W WcDevitt 1'as rccieved a lot of new furniture There are women In Japan w ho ir speak How 1'or a pood, we'l looked iical go to Klubsener'b rtMauriut Mens furnishings! Well, can get em of L II Fierce, llartulle To rent J'wo laiRe, front rooms 1'ost Office, iPttuire at I'lm TJ II Pierce carries a complete and nell assorted line of general meichau- dise C M prtfiitYnt of lie Colorado Supply ompany, is in rise T I) ot r t ir rued in bun ce on the noon train lerday E II netle of Whesthnd bimnp alocK 11 this tally in the week An journey through liie let us Ins by Hie wai ind oai at Klnosener's restaurant for sfatmnen, fancy articles, per flitres toilet soapi, fresh candies, etc go to M Deutt s Mr and Mis E R Hisey of Fort I aramie, wen in town ednesdav and 'J hursday Msitl-ig friends There is somell mgsubstart al about the mea s sened at Ivlnesener's rtst aurant 1 hev are holeume too T 1! Hover, conntv commissioner ol W heitfanri, has betn in the utv for a niunlier ot attending to oftku.1 business Ihere was a town eVrhon In IT .rt- MlloTuesdav ind Imlgo lUnproffn is phnsrn tn nor fnr (lie sixth time DICK tiillman unl 1'ete Iloyer Here eleitwl us 1.0111 c ilinen A PHOTOGRAPH OF Number 26 PUR FEELINGS. CHICAGO SPUR wp men are h W "iihn of 1 1 ice the At Mi s u pels i IUHI' inn and u I'l p i fi II lino of punts oils, atahiivn p window iic our line f fancy and stinle ihma and frl is3 uare et mi in i Ulon in the 1 HH sn it beat t1 b in'l the c il 1 lull i r liee.is up ragiodmeal R) to KI lesi nei Mil Htli (le t uiriiit and lunch r on of the i rid will at i n 'IP I er j N i l? r ul tip Mod noun In Id an i muln 3 cerPindt i v on 11 r i ood lun si put l IIP d i) in th i ument nt tne piaie nt I tiuerusei t v n e v 5 Who are thetwi gectli men' Tbeyarejast residentbof Gternsey tbpy Alaioly Vi bj are thoj laugbn g! Ui'ptiii'iii are thn kir g of sonietbing funny What nre tbinkiiif: i f Thp future t f this town. hot s tbp n alter with tl c fulure of t bis town' No hniK ind "nit m Hhnt I" -e-, them Dont on w -h on a i U nt of (iu >ri-i I HI i ir1 oci's do li% c't i I j( in us ill ii" "Ob, jo r If VPII wantainthmr in Ihn fnrni f lire l.iie (.n to Skih'iitM He will I s .1 e )nu mouev alsn rnps carpus, linoleum oil clolh piclnre frames etc I 'I he Hojil sewing m_ nine is the lest on fart n I 1 tr Tun Ins i 'I in g irden 1 me r some Io TAP yon monpv nn is fresh too I, riPc 1 1'ierct llartiillt V, I h iris m of i w is d n. n m.Uv and ti the urnspv hotel Mi CJ-i npiuef-r 1 elilF pf thp rpp'irmtirm spruce iinftuillip v last and engaged L J I online ihp ill man 10 build a ilmn'H r ot tanks ID li i trnmrnt it vmolp where Mr Hi Ids dTUninR gnu's lus his I eailipuirteis i prompt iltent n Stmlebakpr mgins l.npj PS ind HPH i iu II irUille spring iragonp fjen int. Hiiopd Inrb inil mum ni> stm k in. wire, nnven wire fencing poultivnet Ip I mil surprise s ma ting M Ranges harness saddles I II 1' prc< i i fait anitlni R in Iho -mlit-drfe or harho93 tine cill on or write. join IIR Tn Ujo .jo n k ('in i il The tenrhc'S nrd Onernm schools ill p pupils of t he e an enUTliinl l.ihn I pn? i of I ii Nib I an .'I.I frii'n ami ir e ij i) nu In inpnl In tho school huinu! onp nppk from j 'owlrrl tonijfhl for tho pur] OSP nt raising mi'i h i ircll on (In (V to hiy a lihrirv for linn school I- pirlus Irom 1 i-1 irybody should do all thoi posaibH "J in grnn iml can tohelpestabliRh n libran in Hini.itu i.-hool It will be a irreat bpnpfit nnd cat i m ai ri i- Ib i l r ii rv sold i i it i l IK rp urn i h i n 10 ar in (l hispii.ii i Mr lint- i tit I HI d Rt nn lcTfPd fi t ni" rh 'h 1 lilt i i I liuro ilipref rn T i (nor ni" of Him pMrhPiilnr brppi' can bo did! L '10 ansn friul nne t id 1 P.irrt T f I D wings mid n vuiix Ilk n Tot; horn It i cographer i i I llenrd from Dm to liersbebn H 1 has m irp triMiblp th in all tin bnn's, 'K l.s ll.'Ps inos pntoi's notch, hopper- chinch intt e suiikpB, sharks, lo cv d Mips, earthquakes blirrard nn ill i vpllow fpier gout and i MI than t b s grpit I i led M ban wn or w 11 ku w n I IIP i JIM rM i- Up fihop nnd t i v In oth' r w i it li is t t K bill both biicki'd in tin i r I1 ng for Whti r SIILL11. ,lohn Hall, of ScottsblufT Sells 4ooo Cheep-Gcorgc Brooks Buyer- Price 75 to To Be Completed Within Three -Three Hundred Men To Be at Work Soon, D J Ijnrkp, Urn Alliance contrno tor who has cbiu of the grading work for tbo new road, nrrivod in Onerusey pnrly Monday morning witb twenty horsoB.toola and ciimpiug outfit full fores liaH arrived three hundred men will he at work and evorv off jrt will be mmta tu the road completed bvtLelOthof August Bnrke in a hustler and aabough the woik H ho mil puab, it foward with ill! possibln HjiPid Iu conversation with Kng [u'tr of the I5url iriL'ton, a n'piusunlatiVa of Tbo Gn- zutUi uHb inforrap I that it it the de- sire of the co upanj that tho spur lie u-mplctid within tho abovo statef] time and th it oro shipments may bo- giti during the ti until of August Thn ro'ite n a d fti ult ono'' Haid Mi WooLp, in tho ueigh- borhood of minps and of court-o it is h ird to jn-t tho woik tin lieiuiishid we expect I to d j the Ix'i-l HP (.11 wjiii h is nil Ix Iv CTII Pu hi H i I nhich Gaernsey wiH fron th prcsonco of the grud i rs tins ti beeu felt by the mer chan b ni and tbe pet nnnent good i fat will do 11 ust not be r. I t u hghlh 1 ha spur in will bnnf riorp or less to this town and will tho city th i tp[ pnrnnce of n business center wliic'i it bo in fact There can nu doubt (hut th" now road moans a deal Io this community CITY ELECIION'. D E Brown the Next Mayor fifty-One Votes Polled--Re- pubhcan Ticket Elected Tuisda} election was a qtuot nf fan although HIM coutost between In Republican and Ciureu's ticki Is w i clo--u onp practically every i t town being out In nil thorn i uft> one votes c ist of which D 1 n n c on d thirty one foi r cm oilmen h W C. )ok tiien John Ruin J M ihoults twi. live Hairj Ki 'i twen'v r. 13 nhju tiv inty sn I Burton twi bix X A Criwfori LIVI nti Rpvpii iin.l b un JDiinorK F B irtoa and Jo'i i Kjauli J f jr two counciliu i i tub rtcu ting tw> niy six N Liaivi ji.l and A an Dn nark HPJ nl liCun an ii 1 UP for one r iprn s i i i i Im i rt eifwpd tw si i. i i i 'i 1 wi in thn Imj'i .st 01 tho I i ki t 1' P m w pnv P mop 1 Will eonsis', II ie! i! M ijor I .mnulmnu 1 vs t PVPrvh tut. p- pni.i i Is mrffU 10 Icr !rn- h f cula rs. oncoiragcpient tu and p'ipiH ome vouue'f and onppoft 11 Jusl jiduHs, >.'x, children, 15c. 'w> Walls, on JttOnej- of Viho is in Cnnjpnne the fed ttp} coilrl j taya lib lias fitst clunscil inUid C'lUUvellnnil r'rangh L 0 rnrt attempted to rob liis bank n't (My. lit a ilOl ritfel wllh of th lie dpi rfp I'ronl'p, of 1'annpp .IN N b bus pnrUiflsed lobri Hall H n I iro il irk of flheep sppptuig Hitching post a rpri good thing ulnchnr. (jililn lo i ind 10 w lo r. "TIP Adjpclirp, ft i lo modifi n Mr UrcoN U t ow i nifng" I in lo nl noun, proDonn. p.epomliou or cnn Ihi f.hfpp nt the (InornfnT fbp-1 The rrer-'ing cnllp-1 Mnndav night by jnnction nnd H (he hhorlpul dislancp in I will ship tlipm to nn ei c M vanilla fic'rool ilireotor, for the between two pointp pr ividing rnnch in Missouri fho ptiup inth.TCnnnt> dtip I the owner s until inji ai d PV i' inanagenient (I ercnnp fr IHIIH ptirfiue of discnssins the qnestion of U-acltnr? for tho ensuing yijir wtis poor beiiijt only llvo tot- era ill evidence. us that (he people ohauld turn out on an Occa- sion nt (Ills kind and .express Dioir vitHra. It In a tn alter (tiat conwrnn Hie Welfare of the. children anil slitnlltr Clet e the attention of orory jtiiront. In F, I I i ll l 2 irs v rim' '.1 1 r l in 1 I. jl irk 1 11 p i IIOIP :'pn rpprefiont tb" I ns i. s i i presto of b IITHSPJ nn 1 ih i 11 l hh mid prosppr uuihr thnir H 1m nut rut MI III" (iwr'tlo P. i bitns thin nnd wishi's on h t hfiu n rosp.'r MIS i II wis n i lorlmiilp for th" town Ib'it n fnc i n aros> hpfore HIP l i f M PI i MI But i >vi l hflt n over this pHpi r iv nh.is j ihn liiitch I I'e li ined nil f lire not too YoucnnM divide nn ndjpcltM- by fonr nnd have ton or uloton to cflrrj If might be wbll for yon to wriln this ftintemBut On B ftnd feUK' That wilLgim a a chjfnco Id portoldtn throagh ftill eooA aAfMtlfttiifcjt fof the oakery. >H Tioinity for son e limn jp-nt thii vro cnn >hn h. i was ?7 per bead f T nl. rcR M ST por bosil for ill rpd ''oinmuniiv oww, picepling With brokwn niotltbq imd per he-ad for the Halancii Tllo Jenl wfw closoJ Monday nnd ttas dtftf of (bo most important of kmtl Which Urn pulled off in tins fni in P ..I inir i I) i 'i i ird an l i I' Of CD r'-' r
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