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   Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming                               J V The Gazette. Volume 6 GUERNSEY, LARAMIE COUNTY, FRIDAY, JUNE id, 1903. Number 31 SHORT STORIES About People and Things Here and Hereabouts. Go to L, II. 1'ierce for stufcs Now is tire time to subscribe for the Gazette Tire Eagles will give a grand picnic at Kelly's July 4 bupt. Crain, of Sunrise, was in Tony WildeJias Jus- tice Of tin For a good meal go to Kluesener's restaurant and lunch room ilens' furnishings! Well, you can get 'em of L. II Pierce, UartviUe. John Scanner and Delia of Ilartvilte, were lu Guernsey Wednes- day L H. Pierce tarries a complete and well assorted line of general merchan- dise. You better subscribe for this paper while you call get it for 81.50 and save a half The R M is going to sink: a well in the yards at Guernsey In the near for a good, well cooked meal Klueseuer's restaurant. go to John Burns, a Platte Valley ranch- man, of Fort Laramie, was la Quern sey Tuesday. Better get your property .insured now" Cant tell what wdl happen. e For stationery, fancy articles, per fumes, toilet soaps, fresli caudles, etc go to MclJevltl carries a full line of un- dertaking goods. -orders' given prompt attention rlriva fn to get the sheep shearers and returned Sunday. hen you are in Hartville come in and examine my stock and get niv prices. I will surprise yon and please you L II Pierce The new schedule on tbe C it makes it impossible for the to run on time without neglecting some part of the business "Miearing sheep Is a Ol-served a man from Maine, Then took the scissors in his hand he laid them down again At McDevitt's Carpets.rugs, lino'e um an'i wall paper A full line of paints, oils, alabastine, window glass etc our line of fancy and staple china and class ware A ball game between (luernsev and would be highly Interest ing I ant such a thins be pulled off'' It is up to (iuernsey kuow that bun rise woujd M'delighled The r A W went to Orin Tunctlon Monday to get Supt Ollchrist, of the F A I and was delaved tor tome time owing to the track being sun warned What a lot of things Can hap pen to a railroad especially the s jtrlggs had to return without his pas- senger Tor bugftles and spring genrtine TChvond barb wire, woven w ire fencing, poultry net ling, Majestic Ranges, harness, middles, in fait anything In the hardware or harness line, rail on, or write vowing AMientlanrf, yo W'm. Martin, of a visi- tor in Guernsey Monday and Tuesday, D. E. Drown went to Wheatland Monday ou business, returning Tues- day. W.J. Hysham returned from Oma- ha Wednesday night accompanied by his wife ftevi IT. E. Stetson, the new Method- ist minister arrived Monday night from the north, I can save you money on groceries, My stock is fresh, too. L II Pierce, Ilartvlile. E B. Willson's sheep averaged Iff pounds heavy to tl.e fleece and all clean wool. As we journey through life let us live by the way and eat at Kluesenet's restaurant Willie is working for the government surveyors near Wyncote, was in Guernsey Sunday. There is something substantial about the meals served at Ktaewuer's rest auranl They are wholesome too. FOR 8D liorse power traction engine In first class condition inquire at this office or of J Burke. tT lo hot weather we perspire To Kwp our clothes from catching flre So let all be taciturn, It's better Tar to sweat than burn and krs returned after an absence of two monthg'vlsitmtrand attending to lunrt) utterecU iu thu vicrtity uf seueai, brariub The passenger train on the Hurling, ton was two hours late Tuesday. As this Is the lirst offence since the new schedule went into effect we will nave to overlook it. But don' du it again If von want anvthlnit in the furni ture line go to Mcllevitt's He will save yon money also rusts, carpets, linoleum, oil cloth, picture frames etc. Tbe New Itoyal sewing machine is the best on earth Mr and Mrs It B W ildy returned ednesday morning from southern California where they spent the past n inter Mr and Mrs, ildy visited Portland and they Say the f .ewia awl C'lark Exposition si all right II rtvil'e frolng to have another aaloon There only tour there now It nill occupy thu long building above Fletcher Hoyer's formerly owned by Tony Wilde, which is now being ro modeled Cheyenne is promoting the new enterprise Hart- ville knows that there is alnays room for one more Joseph Propeck of Randolph Neb who has been working for Hurke Hyshem on the Chicago spur, was knocked from his wagon Tuesday morning by the carrier on the grader and sustained serious injuries about the bead whetl of the wagon which was partly passed over his neck and face iitfl feting tno ugly cuts hear the left ear Propeck is one of the most reliable workmen connected with the granlhg ontllt has plenty ofneneand soon will recover WORK- PROGRES- RAPIDLY Burlington Will Be Hauling Ore from Chicago MJine Early in September. f Although the grading contractors have beeu at wp.rkyfln the Chicago spar only five wjjeks enobgb hag been accomplished to assertion that the new road -will bfi m operation September 1 or thereabouts There id scarcely 8 miieibetweea here and the new camp, which undoubtedly l develop into great iron mine, that ban not or less at- tention from thejjridern' TbeY at Guernsey is practically completed and in fact tbe entire road bed as tar oat as Jndtie WJittShead's pluoe la nil bat finished, Kre are numerous Alb sad cats the ronte many 01 which may m the heavy very little contractors good from work oneiill'beiQg fifty odd feet high and twenty-seven feet deep. So far there bos teen delay m tbe work, I he haviog no trouble In' securing workmen. tram the east brings from teu to twenty te- boren who are anxious to obtain work on the new road The store in Huernsey conducted by Bnrke'A Hysbam For the conven- ience of sub contractors is, without a donbf, one of the busiest plttces in tbe couuty, the reciepts running from three to foar bandied dollars per day Mr. Burke bus apother outfit on the way to Guernsey wbicD, upon its arrival here, will be to Sunrise to do the stripping work of which re- ference wag mode m these columns SUNRISE GROWING Number of New Buildings Go- ing Dry for Min- ers. Sunrise continues to grow Be sides a number of dwellings wbicb are now under construction plans nre being made for a DAW dry for the miners It will be located just across the track from the shaft house Two two-story (warding booses cou turning eleven rooms are now being bnilt at this tbnviog oamp and ex cuvutiong are being made for another and larger boarding house near the Colorado Supply company's store This will be a eabstaotaU building and modern in every way. It will be conducted by Fred Schwartz aud will be patronized by the railroad men m and about the mines The other two will be conducted bv Finlanders and trill be patromzed by foreigners The second and mam shaft at tbe IMPROVEMENTS Hartville People Are Fixing Up Cu'verts Going in. Guernsey will not be theouly town m this peotiou with graded streets Our near neighbors at Unrtvillb are doing Home work m this hue and already have a wonderful mi provemoat Tbe s'reet wul be grad- ed from OUH end of tbe town to tbo other uud six culverts will be used Snob work is aUnjs commendable and m this instauco it should be greatly appreciated by tbe people of botb Guernsey and Saorisu wbo use the road through Harlvillo frequently By The Gazette's Lexicographer Fishing, a sport most men. detest If there is auj thing the av Chicago mine is now well under way lerage man hates to do it it, to bi> un aud two hoists are being run CONTRACTS AWARDED Indiana, Colorado.Missoun and Nebraska Contractors Will Construct Ditch on North Side of Platte. Washington, June 12 saore tary of the interior has aunounrod that he has awarded (he contracts for tbe construe ion of forty nve miles of (be Norfu Platte canal ID eaetern Wy foJ- GEOLOGY OF THE HARTVILLE UPLIFT Structural Relations Given in United States Preliminary Geological Report. TheGszetti' is indebted toHon F W Mondell for a copy of thu Preliminary Report on the and Under ground Water Resources of the Ceo tral Great Plains by N H Darton from which tbe following is takeu The Rocky Mountain Front liinge and tbe Black Hills uplifts are con nested by an anticline which would have considerable prominence wtreit not for the thick deposits It bru iches from the mum Laramie uplift north of Irou Mountain, is extuusivuly b.irml bv erosion along North Platte mer and northward for dibtaacu in the Uartviilo region and is marked by the prominent of pranito known as Hawbide and by nu iuerous minor ontrrups of bbifU lime stone and Cretaceous rocks in the eastern portion of Converse County This anticline is separated from the main Black Uilld uplift by a low transversH synclnm in which it crossed by Cheyenne river At compared mlb the Lnraune ounug uud western Nebraska as lows: liobmson Maney, St. Lome divi siona 1, 2, 6, 7, 9 10 1259 187 Grif nth MoDermott Chicago, division 3 Dendwood Construction Co tlivision 4 Ormau X Crook Pueblo division 5, '657, James O Connor, Uorgantowa j Ind division 8 540 I Work under these contracts is to tho river's bank with pole, book and line and plenty of mco bait, a pipe and tobacco, a basket of Inncb, a doz- en cold bottles-m tbe water's edge and pull in the glistening inhabit ants of tbe stream an fast as a dog can trot Cortaiuly each, fate is enough tti make a fellow onus Jok- ing aside, wu would rattier bit oa a bluff all day, tha of a cheap hshiog outfit, and tfot four and a half honest, hearty bites without seeing uilbor buir or hide of evea so tuacb. >tb a minnow than to have all the honor, fame and glory Kilpatrick Bros, eould beap upon us m six moatbs with a Bleam shotnl tube, a large empty spot surround- ed by nuise It rambles like a cy- strikes form of feather Unless you are Johnny Wise you oever know what is in it until you brake it open Wheu you get through monkeying with a fake you asually have more experience and less money Whoop an animal greatly admired by tbe tick If there is any room left on tbe sheep's peieou after all tbe as soon as the materials can ticks aboard it may be occopied gotten ou the ground Tbe canal by wool work is divided into sections aod Lamb a sheep s cb Id and men] ticket for tbe 1 bidi were reciPVfid o i each sectien in I dividuallr The I ilal cost of the co struction being 207 Thin cat al will an PY tbe work ilor norlli I um k of tbe N irl river in U and mil tbe work of the reclamation on that side of the Htreinn bidfl will be aslind for for strnclion of tbn great can south side of Ihe rue r to r CJofcbeo Hole country i Tribune. Lin uon astute of happinflSK a I ogreshive btate a stall) of plenty, future htntp a slate of develop- ment i ui ijislic, htatelj state a pietty litlio t( wn ou ue Nonh Piaite with eve r) thing be hind it but a great future That is it ug (Coutmnod on page Bvo Those nishinrr to obtain Information cone ernnijT real estate should call mi or address r I! illsun lie can give full particnlurs regarding pricen of lots In different locations and all other information the prospective buy er may wish to know Early to bed and enrly to sod advertise Bx I he largest indiv idual h use dejl tiut uicnred in I 11 heeu made at whi-e thfi i'lit e ulley hrrnt'i loach Hcrsi i lion h.18 purchased the fuinous run i C ouch stallion I orrent N >U for a consideration of (KIO in cash rent look llmt t-hainpiuiiHM pri? s in at Imago at oliiin bus (lino 'Wl al Iiul i uj h InM IU03 at OeR Monies 1 vui nul it M Paul Minn I oiii" ex ponitlon lust >ear he VMM auarded Ilisi cliampiouslilp pnie (or slal loiw in contest with the u irlrl It V v Mountain THE EAGLES WILL GIVE- FAIRBANKS 86 t-   

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