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   Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming                               t i Gazette. Volume 6 GUERNSEY, COUNTY, WYOMING, FRIDAY, JUNE ,23 r9os. Number 32 SHORT STORIES About T 4 and Things Here and Hereabouts. XJo SUNDAY'S GAME. Grand Exhibitioti-Wiflgy.the Star Actor, Does Some Clever Work with His Mouth c Pierce for shoes. fintslftd shearing Tuesday. u? Now Is tlm'time to subscribe f or vflie tiatette' T Dr ft. U. tee was down from Sun- else Monday; v Lonle hyan, of Junction was In the Wty The Eagles will give a grand picnic at lieUy's July for a good, wejl cooked meal 'go to Ivlueselier's restaurant. 3V, J. Urowiitigg, of Fredrick, (n Guernsey Monday. For a good meal to Kluesener's resttturant uud lunch room. liens' furnnhlngsl Well, you can get 'em of L, U. Pierce, Ilartvilie, L. H Pierce carries a complete and Well assorted (me of general merchan- dise, better subscribe for tins paper while you can get it for Si 50 and save d half. 0.15 Ilawlt anrl f U Minser, of VI Laramie, weie IQ Guernsey Tuesday ou business. tanst have a (rood ball teain There u plenty of material here Let Us organize v iteDevitt carVics a full line of iin- drrttflujnf- giioih TriephoiiB orders given prompt attention. C. H. Connet and wife, of Alliance, were in liitertisev dornig the week Mr Oonnetis thinking of starting a bank. FOR 30 horse power traction engine in first class condition inquire at luiiutliea or of D I Dont forget the grand picnic at tally's July 4 W Ktheridge aud son, Obie.drove to Wheatland Monday. Deputy Sheriff E Brow n was m Chejemie early m the week. There is going to be u picnic at Gen erai Cook's Gruve in Tort Laramie, July 4. I can Save you money on gioceries, My stock is f too. L il Pierce, Hartvllle. As we journey through life let us live by the way and eat at Kluesener's restaurant Better get your property Insured now. Cant tell what will happen e n rite insurant For fancy articles, per- fumes, toilet soaps, fresh candies, etc go to McPevitt's There ia Something substantial about the meals served at Kluesener's rest aurant They are wholesome too. Matt Hal-graves mil move to Uuern sey Sept 1 His daughter, Miss Irene, has been engaged to teach the primary grade in the public school here NEVER BETTER. Tbe ball gnnre Sunday was a bawl nine, indeed, but interesting withal 'Wingy" gave wine great Jtmg exbi- Htions which were twice tbe mce of admission. Undoubtedly his rgan of respiration is with sole euther or some other toogfi material else each a busy, rasping voice would ear it from his manly chest In this connection it might be well to state for the bemttt of some of tbe more enthusiastic spurts nr.this local ty that the game Of base ball is not played entirely with the month al- though that aperture outs some figure n the matter of scoring. As the rune in game were only a Bide issue no record was kept Of them, consequently we Cannot say who the winners were. But, in regard to yelling which seemed to le tie real teit of superiority thecontcsting forces, we are compelled to state that Guernsey wasn't in it at any stage of I tbe game I Tbe whitewash the home team sustained was administered by tbe little grader, who scored every time he opened his month At times he even went so far as to throw up rfln hat and on these occasions no- At This Season of the Year- Ranchmen Say Range Is Fine Tins IB certainly a great season for stock men throughout this section of the stiitn Never before m the mum Jan-fee." V7 fury-of inhabitants has the Dr. Edward .Dpdd, physician m belter shape at this surgeon, makes a specialty of female season of the year Although the and venerlal diseases All-calls prompt I severe winter reduced stock, and esp ly answered. you are in Ilartvilie come in and examine my stocR and get my prices. I will surprise you ami please you L, II Pierce Rev. II E Metson w ill preach his lirst sermon to the Guernsey and vlcinfty Sunday, .tune 2oth, at Kinedoms Evening 11AM service at 8 P il At McDevitt's linole lira and wall paper. A full line of paints, oils, alafaastme, window glaxs etc See our line of fancy and staple china and tflass x If yon want anvthinff in the furnl ture hue go to McDevitt's, He will save you money also nifrs, carpets, linoleum, nil doth, picture frames etc. The New tioyal sewing machine is the best on earth. Those wishing to obtain information coucvrnlng iiuernAey real estate should call on oriddrwis R ll.Willson He can give full particulars regarding prices of 10U til different locations and all other information the prospective Ijluy- pr wish to know. For Sbidebaker Wagons, buggies and Spring Elwood barb wire, Wire fencing, poultry net- lint, Majestic Hanges, harness, saddles, the hardware or harness Hue, call Oh, oV write Wyoming Saddlery Co, Wheatland, ecislly cattle, to nothing but skin and bones. nutritious range grass whiol nbonn r ughout the North Platte aud m tbe hilts will, without a donbt, give new life and vigor to stock of every kind Good weights are, therefore, assured and there is every reason to eipect good fall prices AUGUST HIRST. Date Set by Engineer Weeks for First Car of Ure from Chicago Mine. I 8 P Weeks, cheif engineer oj tbe Burlington for hues west of Ihe Missouri m Guernsey Tnes day. He said they will begin laying jtrnck on tbe new road July th hnd will be hauling ore by August 1 There ore DOW 156 teams Working on tbe grade and two additional road scrapers arrived Monday. the stee will pnt down at tbe ratn of raila 'a dny there will be no difficulty in completing road in the time tpeoifi ed by Mr. Weeks. A cur load of rails Is noVr in the .VaWe and are on the wny. GUERNSEY WEDDING Fred Hamesand Nellie D.Shoults United in Tuesdaj Morning Tuesday morning just before twelve (Vert Hamei, of buunse, and Nellie D Slioults, of this pluoe were mar ried at the home of tbe brides' parents, Rev Harry E Steteou, tbe new Metb odist minister officiating The bride and groom left for Denver on the afternoon tram where they will visit Mr Hame's father and mother, returning today or to- morrow They will make their home at Sunrise where Mr Haines has made an table reputation as hreman and Inter as engineer on the Miss Sboults, now Mrs Haines, was one of tbe most popular young ladies m tbis com-nanity and made a good record us a lunch er in tbe Guernsey public bcbool The Gazette extends to each of them iU heartiest may happiness ever be their lot c w Bl WILLIAMS By The Gazette's Lexicographer Pbiloprogemtiveness, love of off- spring It is the most beautiful thing Jiiu Diekson smoked a pipe an 1 was a college graduate In these re- spects be was not milike many auotli eryouug follow HIH pipe howevrr was u touriu of comfort while bm education beemod to be a sort of boo doo mid thereby baugs a tale It was 7 o clock P M Jim hud returned to his two by four attiorouui from a long cluy's work long f c several reasons Ho was Beate 1 ou one of the two common, wool bottom chairs with wbicb tbe room was fur nisheil with his feet resting on tbu back of the other, pulling away at h H old Missonn muerscbaum, wheh GUI Morribon, his room rongh bin knew more about the pomes than he did about colleges and who would give all the pipus m the wide, wide world for one little 'paper blowed m with his us nal "Hellu man, bow are yon1 "Well, I'm beginning to take no- aisweroj Jim in his dry, good naturud way "Have you fed asked Gas Not this was the prompt reply Then let's eat something up 1 didn't do a thing to a slot machine to day Got both bauds full of chicken feed Tbe guy in tbe place looked like two bits worth of plugged mo i HI the world frne, it is a long word have resembled my thing abort of a home ran was' but it takes a long word to say so satisfactory to Wingy at least The air was full of bawl all tbe time, base bawl at that BUILDING BOOM mnch cant write volumes in mouosylablea Wild beasts love their young, so does President Roosevelt j and a few other human beings Weo'u rather see a man who is act ually stuck on kids than to wt ness a prizefight or win money at the race At Wyncote- Government Jo week's said Jim, seriously Don't just ou fact, old Gus They were heading for tbejnenrest restaurant and tit, walking beemed more 'o the point than talking they cut out the latter ahmst entirely and gave themselves up to the former B itb, track Little one, if yonr Dad wipes us mDcb M lbongh tbey were your dirty moath and oose with n getting paid for lt In consequonco vih te bandkeroheif aud OIODOO where Wipe's yon can hreCt SIX Building in Neigh j bet the red shoes und stockings l Grandma gave jou for Cliribtmad boring Town they were soon face to face with somftjing very substantial m the food line No time Has lost in miiingmatters with tbe aud after a f i w I that be thinks you ure IT, m larger I letters Yos, indeed Ihe old man is going South Wbea he disagards the dirty moulb 6pirfornmj said Jim, as he thought minds, in which both grub and men I landed effectively, they began to Elsewhere m this issue of HIP Gazette will be found an advertise ment for proposals for the cou i Common sense, n household neces struotion of six frame buildings at! Hlli It m much easier to rear a fam- fullj snrvcjeil tbe wreck which laid Wyncote which will be used by the I ily without n cook htove (ban it is before bun "do you know this edu 1 cation buhiuess is not what it is crnck- up to be" "Well, I have always had a sort of sneaking idea that tbe greet bnlk of our heavj nelgbt scholastics were just tbe bit replied GUB, evideutlv a litUe proud ot tbe faol ihnt lie had uevei been handicapped government m eouoeetioa with the without common sense hen trou North PI project These bide 1'le of any kind arises common muse ed Srates Reclamation Service, the Yon cant lose it It s at borne m the merce Building, Denver Colo on knebeu, 'be parlor at a fare, in u tbe 13th of Jnly, and work I fitorm, in tbe slums or on bonle he begun shortly thereafter This vard and all people N hen give our nearby neighbor down common steps ID nil other quah the road quite a boom WvncOte is "es 'Jltt'J a u' [t i surrounded by a rich nnd beautiful' "1B or td'eat or of ilm country and, with tbe start which verv 'ltlle 'd lo the government is Buing it, should develope into a bnsy little towh seui-e inoro tb in once nnJ if you fool We congrBtnlnte von, npighbOrs, and lier tual lls tu loo much knowledge of anv kind Iiook at nip' continued Jim, I know (be (irei k verb backwards side WHSS and crttpWHinpus, and here 1 am i o iig time in a big wliolesnla eslab linbinont ut three and a half bonnn wish jou everlasting prosperity ATTENTION! Have yon use for tanks or vats of an) descriptionT forest Lumber Co, of Alliance, Neb has for years made tee grade of wooden tanks and dip (sheep and cnttlp) Our are our friends want you too. Send for oar new price list Do it today I Do it now I ilougbnutR von miss jour tbe niorinogyou do it Oh we think common sense is prottv hot ntnff Whr it strHightenfi Out nioro kinks than the Supreme Court rtnd IB s ireJit th in ibn professional >u u Mnnneni deportmnut Simppco pie have better iniiiun'ra than a fly onn't kick per and boarding myself Wouldu t that knock yon off tbe water wagon'' I dou't Bi'e how it could old uiau nnBwered Three and a half is ooough little enough I mean to make you permanent hxtnreon that oft desHrlnd but nlwys crowded vo- bicle It you get enough water you and don't Flms have ha 1 nnin ners because thpv bnvn little brains and no training Siunn is true of some peoplp 'Well, it's a cinch that I couM the floor and cover up th" (Continued on page five EAGLES WILL   

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