Guernsey Gazette, June 2, 1905

Guernsey Gazette

June 02, 1905

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Years available: 1905 - 1905

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Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming Volyrne 0 COUNTY, WYOMING, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1905. Niimber 29 SHORT STORIES Aboiit' and Things Here and Hereabouts. Hot, Isn't It? _ School closes today. Go toi. Ut; 1'ierce .for. shoes ffe'do nice jobiworij. Try us. Wti must not forget about the street 3, Hatiphoff was in .Guernsey Wednesday. The" flew tauk is about done-all but' tbe painting. Sheepmeb. in this locality will shear about June itt. Tony Tomlska has been repairing tbe roof on jils building. For a good meal go to Kluesener's restaurant and lunch room. Subscribe for your home Whether The Garotte or not Chas. Wright, of Fort Laramie, was in Guernsey yesterday on business. L II yierce'carnes a complete and well assorted line of general merchan dise you better subscribe for this paper while you can get it for Si 50 and save 4 half I can save you money on groceries, My_gtoek is fresh, too. L H. Pierce, Jack Adams, proprietor of the Hart- ville meat market, waa in Guernsey Wednesday For stationery, fancy articles, per fiffhes, toilet soaps, fresh candies, etc gffto McDuvitfs. _ j? Burton returned from Cheyenne he had gone to close up bis father's Considerable painting, is being none Good idea "Paint Tioosirt cost anything, yon know Tony W of Harlville, returned from Fort LarflTnie-Tuesday aud went to Wlieatland Wednesday 'fhetQ is something about the meals served at Kluesener s rest' aurant T hey are wholesome too The Eagles will hold another meet- ing tomorrow night irt the hall at JlartvUle, Every body should attend J, il, has a new well, 41 feet deep with plenty of water. Urns Hog era and John Connor Were the archt tects Harry Holmes, who has been engin- eer at MiunsB for the past four years, left Wednesday forCaliforaia. Ue.wili not return -soon sit Carpets.rugs, Hnole um and wall paper A full line of paints, oils, alabastme, window glass etc. See our line of fancy and staple china and 'class ware There will be a picnio at Kelly's pUce' July 4th.j Thert la not a more dehghi iul spot in Wyoming than Fairbanks and nu doubt a Ingro crowd will spend the day with the ioufc Fisherman, S. Cook, the ioviel carpenter, has worker and Ihelr coming will been doing some Work at 'btinrfte and great benefit to churchi and Martvllle lie set up an Ice box for H A. Thompson and made eomo re pairs on L IT. V'tree's store building. Louie Wilde, son of Joe Wilde, of Fort Laramie, was thrown from a hprso Tuesday, and had Ills shoulder dislocated. t JJrtlee, of Sunrise, was cailetUnd 'dressed the injured part, along uicely. 'For Stuflebaker Wagons, UtlggleS and snring 'wagons, genuine Tilwood barb vv'oveuAv'ira fencing, riet- "litig, Jlajestio.KaoBfcS! harness, lijfauarfylhtnjf the hardware of harness line, call on, or Write iVyomitig Saddlery Co, v' ot v ATTENTION! bus for years filafie of 100 tone Qua may form like a correct uka of tho enormous output at theSmirne cnitip State fair at Douglas Oct 4 fi and 8 Going' Might as wtll INDUSTRIAL AWAKENING Wonderful Natural Resources To Be DevJoped--Enterpns- es Upon Which tbe Future Greatness of Wyoming De- pends flip frllowing article is taken from flu Djiibli'jm k, a Stato Alining Jonni il which will be issued from (_ IK jt i lift after June 10 A BVhtnni of irrigation mining rulvraj building and general li vi I ineut has bten planned for 1 bo opening of tho Sho shone Indian re-ervation calls atten tinn of the entire country to luingb vast resources The stoiy of her growth and development for the next few 3ears can be written in such facts i elating to entrrprises now m progress, as fo'luwm IheBurlitigton frym 1 ranuie on. the Codv lo'uca line to Thermopolis, Lander uu I tbp reserve town, 201) miles from Guernsey to Chicago iron mine, i JO miles, the1 NortLwpstern from Cupper to thil rihemnon ami to Lander and Iher ffl7 iiiiltB the Belgo Amen can to cdanect its oil iields, Casper to Silttreik (JO miles Lander to Liulo Popo 4gie, 15 uiiltE Totil cibBiired. r'l'ioal construction, 497 nuleh 1 he Colorado ife Southern, Orin Junction td Casper, 60 miles 1'ort ollins to Cheyeyne, (pirtly in Culo riido) 31) miles, Chicagi, Milwaukee A. bt Paul, state hue to Sundancn coal faelds '30 miles being inadfl foi thn Colorado. Wjoming and Idaho n ml from Fort Collins to Locompment and Saratoga aud across the state to Idaho; but so far the plans Iwe not been fully developed nsuiiititing the co-it of tho irriga tion and reclamation work to be dons in the state at S20 per acre-, the ex- penditures in will be in the next few j ears In regard to expenditures m rail- road construction it 13 estimated tho Burlington will spejd nearly 000 the Northwestern over S3.000000 and the Belfe'o Amiricau cause it likely to cridtesoinb arrdv of facts aud as to m the minds Of your friends and all 6tarlle the country wLom your conduct is oalculatpd to It will have ten gignntio irrigation please a? to your motne That is to uuder construction for the say, the mule might git the credit j reclamation of over J acres of Dont turn the gas on uther lest the ]ancj world bracd you as a 'ool instead of Tt Open up tbe Sboshonn re a philanthropist finally dout kill serTt) for spttleuient with yourself at all unless it is tho onh acre, Of ]Bna, Of which 500 000 acres way you can do your neighbors a i pul ditches friendly turn Clam, a shell ti h It neithi Includtug rights of terminals pit1 thn above loads will spend OIK100U m thin state nithm tbe next faftetu months Add ug to cannl and railroad con structlon tbe cost of further develop tnont of tbe oil nplds coal measures tho iron d( pofiitfi and prectourf metal niiuei the eotaUibhmeot of col onieb and the building of new towns, omtng b industrial awakoinng ill lead to nn outlaj of (Mjl) OHO in the next hvu vpar-s It is estimated that the incfcase of populatiou m tbe present season n ill be ovor 25000 the neit season 000 and in years thn population of the now in round numbers will be more than I Adding to this resene tho great r Big Horn Basin and surrounding re- speaks nor makes Mgns It plays strictly a thinking port Nature be stowed Upon it the ncelesn gift of silence then gave it a kick and left it it landed Balogna, a kind of elongated moat banana. It grows m the stock at Omaha sausage and some are not. If voti can eat bnlng na without having a pum nmidhlnp you are fit lo enter a digestion con lest with a Billy gion, Wyoming will offor more and richer lauds for Peltiers than cnn ba found in any other state or territory in tho Uuileil Slatoa Three producing oil field" -thb Unit Creek, Popo Agio and Douglas will be developed with pipe railroads and rebnerips by unlimited New coal mining camps will bo established on the new Indian reserve-, in Big Horn, and 1 remont. counties as well as m Iir.tii ijjd Swebtnaler Tho Irou opeiatious in the Hurtoille Does so much rain indicate ihnt' rnoiro will bo increased 100 per <-ent, there is (o bo a permnnont output reaches 4 000 or oor climate! 'Twonld be too bad af moru tons per day, monej, tune hnd labor j coppor niinps of the Battle has expended in thacnnsobf ir i Lake district alroadj putting out rifiUllOd, if tbeolcroerts should butt hundreds of touR of cooper from tbe 10 and lob with the govern Ferris Haggnrly will vaMly increase its. product ton from the DoBDpRnmb ler nnd other developed mines Thbnsftnds of dollars are bflmg pi ponded ID rdillM and mining equip- ment's plilnn You cant bank on nnything nny more we've 16 do ft little dry {arroingmiUt button us n p-, if it dcpRn't took M if we irlfly to dig a dfainago cnnbl wo