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Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming GUERNSEY, LARAMIE COUNTY, WYOMING, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1905. NUniber 28 STORIES t Guerpwy dontlhaes to ftrow, i (io to L H Iterce for shoes. Jitatl'ee Abbott IB doing a good busl- nesat The ne'w city ortCiaU were installed G I! McCuilough, of Junction, was Ihe rjeiv store whleti will supply the graders is a, busy place. W V Barry and family, of Junction, spent Sunday in Guernsey. Fora good meal go to Klitesener's restaurant and lancli room. VViiy-notorganieeaball team? We could have some fun anyway. M.J. O'Brien, of Cheyenne, was in Guernsey Wednesday oh business. A doubje header went oat Tuesday over5' the Burlington taking 70 cars, W. of Hartvllle, was in the city a couple of days this week; I'can-save'you money on groceries, My1 stock Is fresh, too, L. U. i'wrce, r camps on the route of the Chicago ipur now For agood irejl cooked meat go to Klueseuer's restaurant Jlrs I1 1, Belcher, of Wheatland is viBitlug; friehds In Uartvllle. The Eagles will hold a regular meet- ting at Hartvllle tomorrow night. All members should be there as important business will come before the lodge. Andy OoVtngtpn, sou of Ass Coving- ton Jr., has been sick for ten days with cerebro spliial meningitig.or spotted le- ver. Dr. Catlln has the case in ohurge and the boy Is improving, If you want anything in the fnrnl tnre line go to McDevitt's. He will sate you money; also rugs, carpets, linoleum, oil cloth, picture frames etc. The New Hoyal sewing machine is the best on earth. Exclusive passenger service was in augurated on the Uheybune Wednesday. For stationery, fancy articles, par- fumes, toilet soaps, fresh candles, etc. go to McDevltt's, There Is something substantial about the meals served at Kluesener'a rest- oiiiant. wholesome too, The Guernsey school closes next Fri- day for the summer. We wish the teachers and pupils a pleasant vacation Al. Heed brought five motherless lambs and gave three' buar uess. W Hen- ywr fflSfiff fiattvMe in and examine my stock set my prices. I will sariirlse'you and please you. L. 11 1'ierw, Carpets.rugs, linole- um and wall paper. A full line of paints, oils, alabastine, window glans etc. -See our line of fancy and staple chiuavud Rl-ass ware. Mrs. J. It.'Agnefr and Miss Matte Agnew, of Le Raysvilte, Pa0 are stop- ping at the Uuer'hsey Hotel, .they are i tailing Agbew's daughter, Mrs. C'arrie A. Warner, who is down from llartville. ForStitdebaker wagons, buggies and spring -wagons, genultie Blwood barb wire, woven wire fencing, poultry net- ting, Majestic Ranges, harness, saddles, in foot anything in the hardware or harness line, call on, or write Wyoming Saddlery Co., Wheatland, ffyo. Wyoming flockmasters this spring Imve paid to sheep shearers. There are sheep In t he state, nnrt tlie coat of shearing has been from 8 cento to 10 Cents a head, the former liKUre applying to a majority of case'. The Increase In tbe value of tbe wool crop lias been In excess of however, and the heavy cost of shear' Ing bts.npt The shearing seMon was two monttis in dm-aticn.and during that time many high as Vno A meetintf-of lliilward of direotofs ..i-.... era AsiOcIaUori wai heloV-at Scotloblnff directors were presentV'-lt. Ijisr- ciie, pan W.H. lUndall, C.' A! est, plser Ilatlmway, .totiu Hall. Incorporation filed with secretarf of stale and with ilie'clertrof Scotts itliin comity. 'AisO ihstrnctcd the Officers to HscMre UittV for, printing blank Jfow' it time to subscribe, for The Oawtte Pierce isbuirdlng a DEFINITIONS By The Gazette's Lexicographer Nose, a prominent part of the hu- man pbyi j >gnomy There are no two noses alike and very few serve the same purpose. There are large and small noses flat and thin noses long and short and 'hooked mashed and skinned noses aad noses that used to.be noses but owing tp foot ball or fist onffa are Thare also -American-beauty noses. This kind grows well in the gutter. Then there IB thy sponge cuke nose whteii'is nsU- aliy built in layers. It sheds s layer now and then aud grpws as it sheds. Any nose looks mnch better on the faco than it does in some other man's business. Keep your nose at home and it will never get hurt. The fel- low who thinks he knows it all knows bnt very little and -that .which he knows is more nose than knowledge. Calf, the young of a cow. A cdm- raon everyday calf has about as much sense as a jack rabbit. Unless yon knock it in the head with an ax be- fore it is twenty minutes of age it will drink sll the milk the old cow bus in her reservoir sod then bellow for more. On, we know the calf family pretty well. We to or, that is to say, we had some experience with one once. The one whose ac- quaintance we enjoyed had an appe- tite as long as from here to Sunrise and back again Every .time it could jet close enough to ita mother (and it could operate through two wire fen- ies and tbe south sido of the barn) it woxld go to work in a most strenuous way an her milk tank. In thirty sec- onds by the watch, handicapped by a long distance connection and a most imparfoet circuit, little cuss could extract every drop of milk in the old cows possession Bffrl on her fnW tire Bffppiy f or fUortnight, wi th- of 'this'eMay 'wohld 'lone no time in'fibsorbing the cream that Otherwise might have added flavor to Papa's coffee, the following morning. Ye'gWst What odds man bos to buck.agaiafitl .Can the, human, band tnilk-frdm a.cpw tblriity o'ffspring' keeps her as dry as the city ot Lihirtri the greatost thing in ttm world fioept love and several' otter ijuiditire oonditioBB and (hings. Liberty tojhs mind ia like pie otlbonght nnd'-i 'Oivetulib tjr, (rive as rongh- Jong it either; killed VISITORS COMING. South Men Will Be In GUertjiey June 3- Local Stock Men Urged To Be OB Hand. On June 8 about fifty people repre- senting tbe commission tinus and stock yards of arrive in Guernsey oh o special; truiu. The excursionists will Be aocbmpanied by stockmen and their 'families from Alliance and other; poirtIs en route, All the stockmen about Guernsey and throughout the valley who can, pos- sibly do so are urged to be on hand when the train3 reaches Guernsey. The Omaha people wish U> meet all their old friends ind to make as many new ones as possible; If you can not be on hand yourself eeBd your fam- ily to tbe train. Members of the dele- gation will be well supplied with ad- vertising matter, nttrtetive souve- niers, badges, and'wiah to pre- sent all their friends aiid members of their families with these little remind- ers of the visit. The delegation leaveji Omaha May 31, ot p. ra, arriving in Alli- ance on No. 41 June 1st. Thursday afternoon and Frida; will be spent st Alliance in attendance at the meet- ing of tbe Nebraska Stock Growers Association. Following is the sched nle for tbe Guernsey excursion: Leave Alliance Saturday. June 3rd at 8 a. m. Slop 20 mio. p. m. hr. 50 mill Arrive Bridgeport a. m. Bayard 1000 Mtnatare 10 ja Sca'tsblaff Mitchell Torrington p. m, Guernsey Dinner at Guernsey. QofrnKcf -4 p. ni, nridgepon p. m. Supper at Bndccpoir Alliance m. In a letter to the mayor of Guern- sey dated May 20, 1905, Mr. J. M. Guild, secretary of the South Omaha Live Stock Association says: We will reach your town at p. m. June 3rd and will stay with yon one hour and fifty minutes. We regret very much our inabrlity to stay longer but "lack of time forbids. We propose, however, to enjoy these few minutes with you and hope that we may bate the pleasure of not only seeing the stock men aud their families but your whole population, and yon especially. I hope, therefore, that it will be oon- venient for yon and your people to meet ns and give ns a good chance to become better acquainted. We know from past experience that these litile trips .are mutually beneficial and pro- ductive of much goud both to the visitors and the visitud Antither letter from W. B. Tngg, secretary of Tagg Brothers Live Stoisk Commission Company.of South Omaha, to Mr. Hardy, the Barling- ton agent here, saye among other things: We will bfe in GuerniiBy about hours and if could gut up a little entertainment, consisting of broncho riding, roping and horse racing, I am sure it would please the crowd, as many in our party have never been Chat far west before, and it would ba something new to tbein. la behalf of tbe people of Guern- sey and thin locality The Gazette ex- tends to yon, gentlemen, a hearty welcome. The town and all that is in it belongs to yon for an honr nod fifty minutes or longer if necessity should demand. The citizens of jcTdsey-and stock men throughout adjoining conotry will treat yon right. Believe ns PUBLIC SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. Good Attended- Realized. Last JTriday evening a gdodly butti- ber of people from in find about Guernsey assembled at the school bnildipg for the purpose of being amused and entertained by the little folks. Nor was there a disappointed person in the audience. On tbe con- trary every tine present enjoyed him- self hugelyi The boys and girls who attend the Guernsey school are all right eud The Gazette congratulates them one and all upon their intelli- gence and especially Upon the man- ner in which a rather difficult pro- gram was carried to a successful con- clusion. Everyone who took part gave evidence of much intelligent training and tbe result in every in- stance most hare been a source of great satisfaction to the instructors; Mrs. Felton and Miss Sbotiltsj who evidently had vorked hnrd make1 the entertainment a We might Call special attention1 til some of the more amusing featureh of the program bnt we.do dot consid er it necessary, inasmuch as eVery number was peculiar to itself and possessed features which reccome'nd- ed it to all. Singly and on the whole the, entertainment was good, the 11.11 dience was large and attentive, the reoiepts were teachers and pupils highly pleased Bad everybody went home light hearted and with their minds fall of pleasant memories of this the first public gathering held in the new building. The amount realized was It will go far towards establish- ing 8 library in our school, such be- ing- the object in vieW, ATTENTION! Hnveyon nib for Unknor TXta of any description? Forest Lumber of Alliance, Neb., has fof'ywrs made a fine grade of wooden tanks and dip pingjraU (xheep and Oar are our friends.- We want yon for prioo list. Doittodny! Do if I if IN GREAT LUCK. D. J. Burke Grades Wyoming Avenue Gratis. Tbe town of Guernsey is in great luck so far as street grading is coo cerned, at any rate. A number of our energetic and progressive citizens ROD ceived the idea of calling upon D. Alliance contractor who has charge of the grading work for the new offering our enaiu street us a convenient testing ground for his new steam grading outfit. The scheme made a hit with Mr. Burke and us a result Wyoming Avenue will soon have the appeafence of a full- fledged boulevard. Tbe steam grader is a wonder and throws more dirt in twenty minutes than a man could shovel in a month. Of course it will be necessary to use the spade and scraper in places in order to give the work that rolling smoothness charac (eristic with high clans, metropolitan boulevardn. And this particular fea- ture of tbe enterprise mast be looked after by our own citizens, which means that somebody will have to do n little manual labor. (Iligbt here we should like to state that we are at liberty at any time.) ID tbe name of the people of Gnero- Tbe Gazette extends to yon, Mr. Barke, a thousands thanks. Wo ap- preciate what yon have done and are not 6nly willing but anxious to return the favor. Now we will have more lime and energy to expend on the other streets which need grading jnst as badly OF did Wyoming There should be no let np in this work until overy strent in town is in good shnpe. Should there? CONGRESSIONAL EXCURSION Mefnbers 6f Both IrrigationY Coinrnlttees of Congress Will Vifeit Great Western Projects-twill Be in sey juhe MorMt D. nonghton, the artlut of Lartmln, Wyo-i was in the city during lira wfeek'iuit) mode a sketch of Unern- ttj which trill appear in this paper later on, MoDevItt carries ft full line of un- dltrtaking Telephone orders given prompt attention, The CoogreSsjohal excursion com- posed of members of both irrigation committees of Congress, and others, will leate Kaunas tJity OD Jane will make a personal inspection of a DtimbBr of the large irrigation pro- jects whitih the Government is con- structing in several of the Western States aud Territories.. The first stdp will be made at El Paaojwhere a visit will be paid to the Bagle dam site on the Hio Grande: The party will also take a sixty.mile drive into the mountains of Arizona to ekamlnS the construction work now well tinder way dn the Roosevelt dam. A Careful study will be made of con- ditions on the Colorado river, the vis- It extending into the famous Imperi-r al Valley, portions of which are sev- eral hundred feet below the sea level In California stops will be made at Itiverside, Los Angelesj Ban Francis- co, Bedding and Sacramento; On the 17th of Junet tbe third an- niversary of the Reclamation Act, the congressional party will be at Hazen, Nev., at which time water will ba turned upon acres of land un- der tbe Trnckee-Carson project, con- structed by the government, and tbe first irrigation projects to be put': into operation. Leaving Nevada short stops will be mado in Ogden, Salt Lake, at various points in Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado.. The.purty will..break up 4th at Denver, Colorsao. Included in the party are the fol- lowing: Messrs, and Ifesdames Newlandn, Fulton, Mondell, Foraker, Reeder, Marshall, oockj Senators Simmons, Warren i Judge J.I. Parker, repre- senting the Secretary of the Interior) aud wifei 0. J. Blanohard. repre- senting the Reclamation Service, and wife) W. H. Hunter, Washington Post, and Arthur Buhl, Colliers Weekly. The party will arrive in Guernsey over the Burlington at m., Junn 30, aud will be served with a special dinner at the hotel, leaving at 1 p.m, W. audC. for Wheat- land, Cheyenne and Denver, ADDITIONAL LOCAL H. T, Miller and sister, of Hartvflle, were in Guernsey Wednesday. Meiis' furnishings! Well, you catj get 'eoi of L. II. I'iorce, llartville, M. Agnew, of Rawhide Buttes.has been In the city for a number of days. Subscribe for your borne paper- whether it be The (Jazutte or not. H. Tierce carries a complete and well assorted line of general merchan dlse. As we journey through life let UB live by (bo way mid oat at restaurant. Ranchmen living below the reservoir of the Wyoming Development com pany on the Big forty miles above Wheatland, are greatly alarmed over the evidences of weakness In tho rtam, and many have abandoned thoir homes and are camping out on high (rroimd. The foundation of the la or Buapstone, which is said to bf> dlnin iegrallng, und many alarming leaks have been developed. The full volume of the big Ijaramle Is sweeping through the reservoir, the gates of winch arc wide open for the llrst time slnco they were placed. The amount of rfator In reservoir, which is thirty tliren milm in clrcumferei.ee, In incalciitaM.i met should a break In the dam tic-iir ilie resulting darange would be upp..- Mountain Newt.
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