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Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming FRIOAY, HAY Pint Fttt InltMHi KWW to LWH Drift, nattfor a library a- dollar parasol, to tba wboabottld the as Ibs neat seat per vote to tba contest was very exciting at fall of fun Go to kirftsme for shoes: Hock beer it Jiock bear Joe TiM rirrt Mil oi tM aceanwt J Mrs. W. is visiting re- For afftsd, waif, eookeli meat goto AdmiS and It better, it will wdl auortwl line of gewrtl 4108. and tba money OB groceries, Myrtorti.fwb.too, L. fumes, Irash aeadtoa, ele; go to TbanitasaistaincsabstsiiUal about weV too. aurant of place, is now -eipreis 'miafrogiBr''oir the passenger rnnutiig between Alliance and Guernsey. been. In Kf- West InstaUeeVsa P, Ligattofpunt in the Owing tea fire which. dMsagedUM bridgaover tbs Nurth fjatfcrrjver Mar was over an hear bite. retUurant. OHM op ftom Fort Lu% will go omtwwktowotk. Uue of ua- dwtfking. orfen gifen prompt ittcjiUon. yoa In HfrtTllIe come In extmine quf ttock cod get ftj prieet. 1 will vnrprin 700 T. L. Woods, who lives in the log boase back of 8am Lee's will fepairjoar shoes. Ba does good charges art reasonable and he r patronage. A wagon road ia btlog sonstracwd the ei Kstwaemtbe two places extant MeUHMM; ittftrille U year tor tbs vM sod. For wsgom, Sfld KJWOod wire, WOTso Wi ting, Usjastio itangta, harness, in f act in the hardware; or harness IIWS, eft on, or Mite lacBation. T. .flsfniee: Wells Recitation. tmv- to .Viniug and Snyder, the are potting bnild- irai in oar city on bnsl- of 'the flarttilis lioys JuBanoa WUUon to mourn bw Ih Onemsey Tuesday on Mr. Elquestis also engaged estate business and reports prosperous times In bis (6wn and tflTonghonttbeTSlley. Dr. formsrly of Philadel- phia and recently of Denver, it now located la this city. Hattitopplng tbs Guernsey Hotel temporarily where he can be seen at any time by those aseking medical aid. Later on Or. Parry contemplates building a horns snd moving hit family to Guernsey. The Times'suggestion that Alllanes get up an excursion, to'aeeomren'y that of tba South Omaha trade-seekers whe will make a trip out the Guernsey Una on jJatorday, June M, has ban aretty generally endorsed amoag boslnass people. Now 1st sons modest gen.tta- man step fartrard and start tba push. ATTENtlONl or any ForattLuabsr Om of JUliaoM, Nab., has for yMrsawto a illoe (Ada of Mab aad Osr Wawaat mat prioa Do (f DOW! Dock baar at Fatty's, nsrtTilte. to kvihwi tf Ip'rogrtm: HaMtatioi. .V.-. Cook ebootts Music 9W Carefl h im" eoelpahy. It saabstbaiMM land set for tbe Liogteoenal is abontaU However, Mr. Booth and his6oitiredefartDer secured a sec- ttooofgbedlaodand will probably atake some laproreowDtB on it soon. of Servant" Ation Night" By The Lexicographer a poor thing to pay railroad fare with. It may be long enough bet it is a little too thin. II yott go away oa H shoestring you will come bock oa tbe bnm. Tbe common everyday sboCotriog ia divided into three bachelor bnttoo, an arrow bse4 and a sore thnnjb. Some boeetring for lacing afaoea which waboa! as good lock as any. Tie bnmausboe shonW never ba allowed to stick its tongue oat. Boob conduct ia fcut coundered tnetu sand in ojrpore sane. Beebslof, a poor, unfortunate devi to dredge through life way orotbbr without a wife to gothroOfkbispocketBorabmioh ol kids to eotwioe their magae covered angers in his Three ebesrsfortbebaobelor. HaaVasrves great credit. .He Je Joogreaferk Wave-it eot-for bisrtbe woald isaberribki is. praoe baeata tba iaw. .Altar tbe dra. Mat enjoyable time je li the "leal tfcrt tbetwdwukitrg and tor the edooatiotif A party of land seekers frowlwve- visited the last week. than ratamed to Coterado being ".-mH BngB ,b) 'mMi sprtia. C.M. Morgan, go, bad the misfortune 1 y at present Mr. Booth is an Iowa man, an old r. Bead and also of Mr C. here from Southernqalifambi, last week. He likes tbe looks of is to wiy, when it ia uot snowing BIDS OPENED. Many Contractors Snbmit Figures For the North Platte Irrigation Which Will Irrigate Acres. Colorado will do tbe greatest amount of work in connec tton witb the development of the great North Ptatte irrigation enter- prise, aavathe fjieover. Times. The bids opened by the agents o] reclsmatiou-smiiee were in tan divi- sions, according to the variona class as of tbe work on the excavation of the foity-m mile, canal. of tbe fifteen ebntraeton, who eaoie from all points of the oompaas, bid cm tbe enterprise, some on only one di- vision. Tbe government reserves in all eases tbe right to award tbe contracts for the good of theserviee- regardless of tbe.differeooe of a few dollars, and tbe strange oixap of bids will be no- taKgiad on rafereMa o! tbe entire matter to the Washington ofieials. Following are tba lowest bids in each division: DeoTar, ft Mnney 4irisioa two, Bobia- aoo Maoay, ItUtt. art Qrittev MaDaneett, diti wo Hilfairiak Brea. OoHias, tHrisioo fonr DaaflwooSl Oo., Daad In, Kilpat- rMt BraiMi fftlM, divi- Chicken pox sftui whooping ceuffb, i quite prevolant in-Sunrise fMaeat. Work oo one ef tba boatting houses is progressing rapidly, Quiteanumberof the camp W-O.W. i unveiling oarcMoeay at tb> CMsYMcr cemetery Sunday afternoon.' WYOMING Tbe Following EditoriaJ Is Taken From The Larcmie Republican, One of tbe Best la the State. Wyoming enjoys tte ooigttt dis- Uofltiooof hating ootaidan itt all saoUoosoftbaooaotry boaaKw swr railroad and probaWliMes Alawst wrsry day JMfrrair projaotaoow new ttttitt ..Husi stats or revive a raator (a raMm to aooldlioa. Tferaxwatarttea OoJorado is 4a Ooteradki, Wyoaainf Uabu lioa abd that tbe Rook Waod 'is bafcind and Boatbwttt that h tbaporposaof tbe Botk Island to to Paoifia coast and tbat Wyoniog will ba tnv- arasd through its entire extant Wo tin Mooraa, witb ibeir graatHook lahtod iina, of eonrse ara profraasiva people and WoaM giva ia tMU fadlitiea for tho trtaassttoo of yowing biaitnass. Anotbar line that is m'oob talkad of at laa prasaat tiaia is UM Chioago, Fssl, U A tohavaaeoastbasin boo. page J
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