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Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming GUERNSEY, LARAMIE FRIDAY, JUNE ,28 1905. Number 33 STORIES TWO "IT" s 1 i vJ Here and Hereabouts; Working on PMte Canon 1 Property Go Tlje sjvjmmin'g seaetan is now on. Xoly is the tjmo to subscribe, dpi The Gazette' There will be a 4t.li of July celebra- tion at Tyrrtnglon.too. The Uagles will give a grand picnic at Kelly-a July 4. has finished mov inj tils iimise and Its contents. The tow. pretty, is ndt as beautiful as the old one. For- good, well TCOQfced meal go to Klueaeiier's restaurant. hawks catching your little eulekeffey Hopetiot. ..Fat a good meal go to Kluesener's restaurant aud lunch We have been having some strange wtatlier, It may cloud np and frost morning. Hei B'. farmsliiiiirt-'! Well, you friu get 'em ef L. H. i'iurcc, llartville. The height train on tlio Monday evening was a mile long. fierce Carries a complete and well assorted line of general merchan- dise, The river going down fast and the fishing will soon be good. Tq'tii, better subscribe for I his paper while you'caii get It for 31.50 and save A number of Guernsey people spent Humlay aftesnoon and opening at Kel- ly's. It M. Flnclu-r will sal "hi at> ur-5th." McDevitt carries a fnlt line of un- dertaking goods. Telephone orders given profnpt 30 horse-power traction engine in first class condition 8700, inquire at this ollice or of D. .1. Kurke. 77 There is plenty at business in U nern- spy days. When you are in Hartville come in and examine my stock and. get my prices. I will surprise you and please you. L. II. Pierce. At linole utuand wall paper.- A .full line of paints, window glass etc. of fancy and staple are. C. L, Drake left Saturday for Cold- water, visit his brother-in-law who is ill at that place. 1C you want anything-in the furni- ture line go to McOevltt's. He will gave you money: also rags, carpets, linoleum, oil nioth, picture frames etc. The New Itoyu'l sewing machine is the Uesl earth. Mr. and Mrs. William ,1. Ilysham re- turned to Omaha for Stiidenaker wago.nn, buggies and Sprliig genuine Elwood barb wire, woven wire ftmchig, iwnltry net- ting, Imrntssrsaddl In fat lit- >llie "haVduare or Harness on, Or v rite ry 'lnlattiknd, ft'yo. There 's'a new barber shop In town. Pont forget the grand picnic at Kelly's July 1. 1 can s'ave you taoney on My stock is fresh, too. L. H. Pierce, Ifartvlllo, The first mile of the new road is now finished.'' J, D. Burke has moved his outfjt to mile nine, which is in the yards at Chicago. As we journey through life let us live'ty the way at Kluesener's restaurant. letter get your property insured now. runt tell what will happen. write C. F, Hazlevvood.'of Frederick, was in (J uernsey Tuesday. He reports pro- sperous tunes In that Ic slity and says one hundred hwirt of nti were jbranded on tlie ranch Sun day. For stationery, fancy articles, par- soaps, fresh candies, etc. go to There is something substantial about the meals served at Kinesc'ner'a rest aurant. They are wholesome too. Yesterday a mammoth steam shovel arrived in the city from Denver and sent north' to Guernsey for use in the great iron mines of the Co., at Sunrise. This makes, three shovels now at work. The output of the mines, it is official- ly announced, is to be almost doubled within a short time and a large addit- ional force of men is to be employed, It is expected the increased ore output will result in Hie fmnilnjf .of an addit- ional train ovef UieC.lfor.iJj and'Sou- North of Guernsey., TheO. recently taken in option on tue'Plalte Valley Min- ng which is lo- oated about a mile north of Guernsey aud bos twenty-two tutn with n dia- mond drill doing development work .here.. it wiH'bVremorabered, B where the large iron ;rfave was dis- covered last Adrift is now >eing run iibout (jjladreil feet he- ow the one in wfciob the shaft was iiink that opened into the cave, while still Wttfer down at- the foot of the nil thei-djamoad drill.isiioriog. Two mndred. feet to the northwest a s being sunk and is now down fifty feet is in farge of S. A. who has been with the Compa- ny for four years and is thoroughly conversant with work. thern through Cheyenne. Wyoming Tribune.. Those wishing.to obtain information concerning Guernsey real estate should call on or address E.B.Willson. He can give full particulars regarding prices of lots in different locations and all oilier information the prospective buy- er may wish to know. Thou. Vaughan who has been at Sunrise for a number of weeks taking treatment of Dr. Lee for a broken foot was in (iiicrusey Tuesday. lie will bo able to return to Ft. Laramle and re- sume work within a week. PUBLIC INVITATION. Every citiznn of Wyoming is invit.- ed and urged to be present at_ the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposi- tion, Portland, Oregon, to participate in the celebration of Wyoming Day July lOtb and Wyoming Cities Week 10th to the 15th inclusive. All Wyoming people who are in Portland on July 10th ere requested to call at the Wyoming in tbo Agricultural Building and KG cure badges fertile ceremonies in the Auditorium at 1080 A.M-.nnd aduiiV sion cnrds for the reception lit I be American Inn from 9 to 11 P. M. in tbo evening. C. B. Richardson, CoihiniRsionor-in-Gbief. f c. C.Dealing, Secretary. A GREAT TIME. All Kinds of Doings at Fairbanks Contests ot ..Every Description-Fine Music. Jnly 4th Will be celebrated at Fair- banks in a manner never to be for- gotten. Thorough preperntions are being made by the Bugles and Mr. Kelly is doing all in his power to have everything in good shape. The dance pftvillion which he hue just fin- ished and which wa.i bnilt especially for the OOCUBJOU, is a beauty and is well shaded. The program will consist of music by a string band from sack race potato wheelbarrow race foot fat mens' race ladies' high broad jump and a bronco basting contest. Cash prizes will be given to the winners in each event' The following schedule will be in [Us, of conrw.tbe lioiie I VV. f-iu.i 11 paying body ins nt lliiv Mid. -ii iiit'tillp f 'iivnriib'e. Tbf i" "ell uuted uud cuu uasily reuctiwl, lieiug only a short distance from tbo C. W. track. e ffrtct the Fourth of July, on the Trains. Leave Sunrise 9.-00 A. M. A gny from BillsbJofT, Whose Pu had the stuff, Loft home in a rage one night. It'seems ho got tiind At hifl good hearted Which, yon will admit, was not rights Now he's cleaning spitooos In levee saloons And eats a free lunch now aud then In fact lie's a bum .With.a craving for rum When ha coald liavo been honored by men. P. M. P.M. Enst-bonnd Trains. Leave Fairbanks A. M, P. M. P.M. P. M. Train leaving Fairbanks for Sun- rise at P. M. will be the last train run for the day. SUMMER RESORT. Guernsey an Ideal Spot To s Spend the Summer Months -Good Fishing. SUNRISE NOTES Mrs. Frank Chapman left Tuesday for her horns in South Dakota. Mrs, Hannah Lee. after several weeks visit in Sunrise, left Thursday for Dead- wood S, Mr.tliJ Mrs. C. L. Morton left Thurs- day on a six weeks trip to Michigan. Doctors C. and L. E. Ikon nrigjr were in Sunrise Monday. H. A. Thonipson, manager of the Colnrnd-i Supply Co. store here, left Tuesday for the Pueblo Hospital. Mrs. Thompson and son accompanied him. By The Gazette's Lexicographer Accidental, happening by chance. If you win fame and fortune it is not accidental; if spine other fellow wins them it is. SeeT In other words: yon are a wonder aud deserve all the cred it you can get, if not more; while everybody else is a nincompoop' Is it not remarkable what bull-buadud luck some of our neighbors have? Heath the band. Work, often mistaken for genius. Patriotism, love for OUU'B country. We Idvn our cjuutry OQCJ a year July 4 TliD reit of t-liB tiruo we dont care.a continental CUSH what happens to tlie old ship of Htate. We are a funny bunch, aren't we! Every I Independence Day wo got full of pu triotism aud boer; then we yell aui) whoop her up generally iu an eff.jrt Mr. and Mrs. F.K.I lames arrived j to make up for lout time. When Ihe Saturday from Denver. nnd ,be flame uf pg. John E Hums, of Fort Lnramie, and triotism begins to flicker we go out in C. C. Scull, of were in i.he tall grass, plunge our dissipated Sunrise Tuesday. 'features into the bosom of mother Another steam Blwixel has arrived jeartl) auj let tue world go from Pueblo and is forking nights in round. the dump pile above C.nernsey. Toy-pistol, an instrument of the There will be nothing doing in Sun- j devil. rise July 4th. KveryMy except 1'. Braggart, a with loti. of brns., llannonwill go to Fairbanks to cele j n ,ond Vmcfl mid nolbjn Hl, brate. i to have a block eye. He will i bavo one too, if he keeps on. FOUllTII OF JULY HATES Via Ilurlington Uonto. Uniinrt trip tu-kcis at very low rates on July and 4. Kelnrn limit July utli. Minim- um rate 25 cents. Ask iheogcnl. If you are looking for a placn wlicru weather is pleasant, where tlit< nights are cool and agreeable, whtfru there is fine fishing, good hotel ao- comodat loue, where the people good natured and sociable, whero the scenery beyond description, whore Wild flowers of every kind nbouud, where the drinking waU.r ia excellant, where the swimming is unexcelled e- ven on the sea shore, where there in always somothing to do, where theie areplentyof good rigs, where you can have a good time all the time, come to Guernsey. There are any number of interesting points near here which furnish the beat of entertainment to the visitor: among them are the mines ut Sunrise and Chicago -Hot and Cold Place, which is a pe- culiarly attractive ppot at this season of the Laramie aud other scenic and historical places. Guernsey is especially attractive to the sportsmen owing to the oxcellant fishing up and down the North Platte river. la fact this place is known for hundreds of and is a most popu- lar resort in the fishing season for parties from adjacent cities and towns' The game fish of the stream is the pike, which finds its favorite home in tbe rapids and pools at the north uf the Grand Canon near Guernsey. Here they are caught by the hunderds and weigh from one to five pounds. The blue cattish, sturgeon and other varietieties are also plentiful. Why not come to Guernsey this summer and spend a few weeks? It would cost much less than it would to go to Switzerland aad you would sea just as much and have a better time. Kelly's Place Heats the Ace Fur high. lie keeps nice lieer on ice If yfm'ra dry. llette.r po To the shovC In July; Nu such In the sweet lly and by. Kagle men Are great when They UIIUB they knuw you They will show ynu How to lly. liettar come And get sornf1 (If the pie.' Though you're well Yon cant tell When you'll die: Nor do yon know Win-re ini'lt go. That's mi lie. Subscribe for The Gazette. ATTENTION! Have you for tanks or of any description? Forest Lnmbiir (Jo., of All'ance, Neb., has for years made a tine grade of wooden tanks and dip- ping vats (thppp and Our customers are our friends. We wairt you too. Semi for onr m-w prico lint. Do it lodavl Do il nowl THE EAGLES WILL GIVE; Iv f
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