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   Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming                               ru ft ft IQ Gazette. Volume 6 LARAMIE COUNTY, WYOMING, FRIDAY, JULY, 7 1905. Number 34 SHORT, STQRIES People and Things Here and Hereabouts. Go to L. II. fur Xow'la the Unie to subscribe for The go to Tor s, good, well cooked meal Klueaelier'a restaurant Bills are out announcing the pioptam for Frontier Days, Sept, and 5, at Cheyenne Many new and interesting events have been added this year. Ac cording to the poster there will be more than a thousand mounted con brtjs, Indians and soldier; riding in arei.ii at one time go to KUiesener'a restaurant and lunch room. Mens' furnishings} Well, yon can get em at L II. Pierce, Ilartulle. Martin Goring, inn hose hnnur the prosperous town Oermg Neb, was Hawed, was in C! uernsey Tuesday M Pounds, the noted cowboy of 1'lieyeone, in the city early m the 1) 1'ierw OJITIPS a rornptp o awl well Uiiuof gtneral inuxHuu- FOR SALE A 30 horse power traction -engine in 11 rs  E Dron n and son return ed from Clieyonae. Saturday's storm ttnodeo the mines at Sunrise and us a result no ore has been taken out this week. Xext week work will be resumed and every effort will be made to regain loat time Ola Hrinley, specUi ngent for Tlie Uotiul Life of Vork is placing attractive iitvestmeiltB in tho sey.Udrtville and Sunrise districts F E Warren and son Fred left rhejonne fntsday morning for sjn f'runcisco, wliere thev will join Paft and the Cougres4ioual party which is to tout the I In the district court Wednesday Judge R. II. Scott handed do.vn bis de oisioli in the case of .f [I Pratt of Um the Letter lindmg un for tl e defendants mHiiitBtliJl in uf lln- I'rdtt ruili'll in slats nude bv cuiimussion appointed by the courl, for that purpose will stand. This swards to the Leiter lieirs T.80Q per cent of the property and to per cent The prop erty dl1 valued ut about GOO Pratt, fn flljtij? suit for a redivision aljeget) the 24.04 per cent a- Improvement in Laramie County Wyoming Twbnne: was valued at between 356 QOQ f less than the a- tiiount he was entitled Jons scale tho iron deposits in section.. An official statement! made by the C F plans and these mean a Wyoming Tbe company nnnon order to properly sifpply smelters at Pueblo, Cole now being chipped from micies but that thiH tin only temporary HIM! will ihe eouip mv opeiin up i1 Itc IN Mining The official statement made by the company IB as follows The demands upon the Colorado Fuel and Iron company for its iron and steel products at this time are so large m volume tbat its available sop- >ly of ore i.s inadequate to meet the tboagb its mines now u operation are producing largely in excess of aayupaat records and tbs re- sultant output of iron aad steel from ts Minnequs plant ut Picnic at Kelly's Good Music, Contests, Plenty to tbo fact that en from of towns near by had interesting programs for tbe ave the crowd at Kelly's on Tneaday la the nnough and every body ins ieat made a real good time From early on on morning until late at night IB on claim H was a lively place y, the {must music, boxing and i the and bronco bnstiug were on a the pleasures indulged m >Bite m is a jolly, good host nt all times but W IBS joet he surpassed himself it such Co as to is possible Mrs Kelly served W great deal dinner which was greatly by every one who WHS ices that to get a seat at the M y the hreworks at night, like all 3 iron ore were beautiful At twelve I the the last tram for Sunrise pplement ami all was qniet, save a lurme, The day was a quiet d though there was plentv to obtain nntil (liere was no intoxication and R( l> lieW llei On the morning of w sun rose as usual and IRRIGATION COMMITT1EN Through 'I out of Irbpection in on For Cheyenne Nothern New Ballasts Also will mike many need ed improvements OD uotberu div- ision, accortliBj'to the Cheyenne Tri- bune. Auijug the iiuproveuisutH will be the replacing with heavier nteel the rails now in use ou the road Tbese rails were laid mueteen jears ago and are of the old 62 pound vu rtuty In their stead will be laid new steel weighing ?0 or 80 pounds to the foot. It is also proposed to ballast the line in a similar manner to that em ployed by tho Union Pacific, using Sherman gravel or a substitute ob- tained at some point along tbedivisi on. Gravel has been demonstrated U> make one of tbo strongest and most durable bailouts known, and when these improvements are carried oat, the Colorado Southern will be modern and first class railroad in every respect, permitting of much faster lime for both passenger aud freight trams The work involves the expenditure of a viiGt HO in, as the division is 150 miles in the changes to be made are absolutly nee easary. y greater than at any time dnring.its ustory The company has during the past or two been assidnonHly pxiinun ng depositu of ore located at various loiutR throughout theceutral western states aad has found encouragement n the existence of iron bearing sec ions which give promise of sources of supply for years to come The location where it has found the largest body of Bessemer ore it bin easy reach of existing F.nd nearby facilities is at its Chi cago property, two miles north of ita Sunrise mme and nbont lime miles Iroin Guernsey Ptu-jiectmg has been actively coo- ducted upon this property during tbe COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Council convened m regular BOSB- lon at 8-30 P M. in N A Crawford's store. Present Mayor Brown tine Oonucilmen Wilson, Burton aoc Crawford; mayor in chnir Minnies of special meeting of June 28 reac and, wilb approved of C, W, Williams for printing, 10, and J M. ShoulU for blnok- sinith work on lauk 10 85 were ed anil wnrrants ordered drawn in ptiymrrat. O.i motion n warrant for wan ordered drawn I'D far or of school (lirtfiet No.'12 (6 npplj crti QOefuKoy Rchool hnuse. O'l jno- tiou adjourned salijeol Ui call ot may or. D. E.Brown, went about bis husmees By The Gazette's LexiooRrapher Last Saturday a special Irnm car rymg government officials ou a ton of inspection, pa-wed through (jUc.rn sey ou its waj to Denver ihe com mitties all tbe great i enterpribes which are being maugni liy the government m the greii' The parly was composed of lowmg Senator F (1 Newlaods, of Nevada, Congronnnmu F W MouJell and wife lau A Kaeder and wife Waahington, Congressman A 1 C'ooker, of Pennsylvania, L Jones, of Washington, i H Newall.Cheif Engineer U S Ge- ological Survey, Jno E Field, DIH- leer, H N Sawyer and wife Supervising Engineer Geological Sur vey.C J Blanchard and wife, U S Geological Survey, Judge Parkeraad Dftpsrtujeut of the Interior, G Rowley, of J Brown aud wife, Washington, D C Arthni Ruhl New York, Elmwood Mead, Department of A-griculture, Clarence Johastou, State hngmeer Mr Harrman, Department of Afin- cnltnre SATURDAY'S bTORM liain, mois'ure falling in drops When it falls m chunks it is water Water 13 much wetter than rain be cause there la iuoro of it You can suffocate m water but you cant m taiu because rain 13'tamer than water Wben jougo out in the raiu you ought to tie jour handkerchief a- round yo ir neck to keep from getting wet If you got wot and catch cold tbe Dr might come and give you a pint of und that would be ter r, and by means of drifts shafts and unmerous diamond drill aoles tbo location of a large body of grade bessomer ore has been found, carefully outlined and denned An expt iment shaft to ven fy the information obtained from tbe diamond drill holes has been driven Bridge" Washed Oat and Other Damage Done on B Last (Saturday's nun storm, created considerable havoc ou the Burlington at and below Guernsey The bridge at Wbaleu Huatamed serious injuries, oue bent bdmg entirely gono and feet of the bank washed away I were three small washouts in the yards and two bridges between rible becnufae, there is were also damaged water in whiskey than whiskey Truth, veracity thing to have about the bouse If you tell the truth yon get th worst of it, though you sbonldn I if you he you ought to got the worst of it, though jou dotit Punishment, something thivl no guilty inHii escapes All murderers do not die ou tbu gallows but none of them are bappj Ice crniun, pretty good stuff summer time It comes in small dishes too dog gone small wihb it I came in nibs and sold at 2octs a doi hero Bat owing to prjnot action on the part of the repair crew, traitib were delaved only asbort time, Moudaj s freight coming m on time Tbe C W assisted tbe Burlington m repair ing tbe two small budges bilow Guernsey On the C S morn tr less was wrought at different points along the line llowevui the storm was not as serious as was nrst reported Daring the Lewis nnd Clark 11- position the public has an opportun itj to luarrv a great deal concerning tbe s gigantic irrigation en A girl that cant eat ice cream in At tbe through it aud the results shown wen so satisfactory that actual develop cant but whnt s the 06 5011 Of courhe jvondidnt Tlion what are we talk- ment has been commenced 01 a mine lug about' Uojou know r Gortam iy j ou dout Do No Then consisting of a first-clans three com- partment shaft being driven duv and night and wbich.npou completion will be eqnpped witb modern hoisting machinery Tbe Burlington Fjetem is cousrnct ing a branch lino, with terminal jmds and ample chipping tncihtios, and it is expected tba.t ebipmont of ore will ho inaugurated about Ang 1 next, bnt tbe time required to properly op en up tbe underground workings to introduce 500 or 600 miners and opor ate tbe mine to foil capaci'y will be KO great that the Colorado Fuel and Iron company ban found it nocasRiiry to cover its additonnl requireuionln dorlng the balunrn of the present year by the fcnrcbasu of a largo block of high grade Lcke Superior bussem- re ore coohnning (4 00 iron and .038 phospbornn, the hbipnieulaof which comenced ynstordny from tbo Stovou- xon (uiop, iind" delivcnos at Pueblo will begin next week tad be followed during tliff lime nbovw mentioned by GOO or 700 tons daily. From ftll everybody liad a fine it Kelly's on tlit-ltil. why dotit wo abut upf are go tiou there is one entire iiuild ng de- voted to thifl subject Modelp an i photographs of some of the groat re clnmation projects, upon which more (ban will he expended within the next few jeiira, are shown nnd lectures pn tbe subjeot are dehv- Candv ths best thing on earth for by Edmund T Perkins, ft ekill- tbecbildrpn Une tun kids all engineer tu the service- of cand> they cau stuff nnd they mil the government This is tbu farst love jon as long fts tbe> time that irrigation has recened uucb will only bo n nhort time Is it not lovely to be loved for your candy's sake Wo believe that most girls candy biicnURB any of tbem will tell atteotion at any exposition PUBLIC INVITATION you I bat >onng men should nof spend I ciUwn of Wyoming in mvil- their money for ginger ale and other! pd Rnd d to bo present at thn HI rong beverages and at the same time' LBVVIB Clark RipOFi stand idly by and see tbe darling ooy lllon Portland, Oregon to parlicipali. cquanderhis fathers hard earnod com the wlebrotion ot Hav for gumdrops without Iiftinu a ting Jolj KKh aDd Wioumig UtieR er A j P. more! She helps him cat Jnl> luth lo thl> r'tb All Wyoming people wlio urn n PorlldDd on Jiilv 10th lire rei] I In cnll nt tbp W joming in tbe Agricultural Building and of J oiireiiadges for tho CTremouien in tbo any description t Forest Limbw Co Auditorium ul 10 SO A U nnd them I ATTENTIONI Hnvo yon nse for tanks or ot Alhunco, Nub baa for mon cards for thn rrpeplimi at tha a fine wooden <1ip- j Amoricsft Inn from 9 to HP in ping (sheep nud iniilf) On evening cOBlomon. jre our friends yon too Hend for onr ru-w'pncu list. Dfltttodayl DOIIUOA' IJ Kicbanleon CIIUIUIM.IOOI r i i I'lm f O ri n.i irv   

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