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   Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming                               V) Vt U I H. Gazette. Volumefe GUERNSEY, LARAMIE COUNTY, WYOMING, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1905. Number 36 E> T OClUKl Abbut People and Things Here and Hereabouts. Go- .to L. II. 1'ierce for shoes. 'Now Is the time to subscribe for Ttie Uazetls. limit forget the ice crcum social given by the. Onkiii Church of Sunrise in the Hall, Friday evening, July .21. All kinds of cake and cream. For a good, well cooked meal go to KlueseuerVrestaurant. E. M. Curtis, who is on the subscrip- tion staff, of the Wyoming Tribune, was ill Guernsey. Sunriseand Ilartville this week securing new patrons for Ins paper. The Tribune is a good paper and already has a large patronage in this section. Atelis' Well, you can pet 'em of L. fl. I'icrce, Ilartville. John Charles. Ihomuson. llie well known (jlitjyemitoltorney, lias been in Guernsey for of days. L. II. Pierce carries a complete and wetl assorted line of general merchan-! Uuernsey Mond-iy on business. dise. For a flood meal go to Kliiesener's restaurant and lunch room. lira. H. L, sihaw, of Torrington, took dinner at hotel Tuesday. Dancing at -i-'uirbanlis tomorrow night. If ive dont get a bank here pretty soon we will have to quit making money. There wllljjp an ice cream social giv- HUGE -CONTRACT. Bradbury O'Uara of Denver Will Construct Ttfanpotri Path- finder Dam at Alcova. Bradbury O'Ha'ra of Denver have been awarded the contract for the cpuBtrnction of the great 1'athfiuder dam at Alcova, Wyov.Bt a bid of Work upon the dam is to begin just as soon as the materials can be gotten on the ground iind the great Undertaking will 'jo completed in 'bree yenrs. The specifications require that the en by the V.nion Church of Snimse in foundation of the dBtn.BbHll be com- the Hall Friday evening, 2i. Come pleted by November IRJilpf this year, 'i he dam must be to a height of 25 feat by ip HI .to 65 feet by Dacembbr feet by June and the entire dam finished by November 1, 1908. the being 210 feet iu height. one, come all. Al of Lusk was in (JuPnsey Monday. Mr.Ileed says his sheep are doing fins. ft. Willsim, a man (iuernse'y, prominent ranch- went. to Cheyenne. Tuesday consult lira doctor. Jlr. U'illson lias been very much distressed recently owing to stomach trouble. William Lank, of Fredrick, was in After the completion of the dam, water will be turned into the North READY FOR STEEL flfttte river and carried n n point; Chicago Spur To Be Rushed to Completion.- Will Be Hauling Ore in Another Month. The B. M. track layers who should have arrived Monday wore delayed at Whitman, Neb., nud did not reach hern notil yesterday. A'en and teams have been nt work for the past ten days hanling ties for the first mile and everything is in readiness for the steel. A rail bending crew has also been at work in the yards for several days past. It will require a- bont twenlv days to lay the track as the work will be done without a ma- chine. All the ties are new but t'je rails and other timbers are second hand. The rails are also light, weighing only 56 pounds. The yards at Chicago will consist. Rt first, of only B Y and a lijrfit sw tch engine will rrj COL CODY QUITS Cables Dr. Powell To Take Steps for Immediate Dismissal of Appeal in Suit for Divorce. unmie at Kelh's sjnhn (rHriiin. of Uva, was in (riiern Bt-j- Tui'xliiy. FOR 80 horse-pnwer traction engine In llrst class condition inquire at this oliice or of .1. Uurke. 77 S. E. Walker, of Douglas the State Fair City, was In Guernsey Tuesday. C. W. Charlfon was down from the Chicago camp Monday. M'hen you are m Hartville 'come in and examine my stock and get my prices. 1 will surprise you and please you. L II. Werce. E. W. of Cheyenne, was in the city Tuesday. Harry tlay, assistant cashier of the stork (iriiwrre .National liank of dK'.yeuiie, was looking after business interests m Guernsey Tuesday. For Studebaker wagons, buggies and spring wagons, genuine Elwood barb vire, woven wire fencing, poultry net- ting, Majestic Ranges, harness, saddles, in fact anything iu the hardware or harness Hue, caH- on, or write Wyoming Saddlery Co., Wheatlafld, Wyo. Mrs. James Mrtfcuek, who has been suffering for several days with neural- gia, is improving. to obtain information concerhlngituernsey real estate should call on address B.H.Willson. He can give full particulars regarding prices of lots in different locations ami all other information the' prospective buy- er may Wish to know. There is going tobeadunceat Kelly'c tomorrow night. Nearly everybody in tjinsrnfey Is going. Might as well get in line and have a little fun. Thore'issomethingsnljBtantial about lhe meals served at Kluesener's rest anrant. They art wholwome too. ttr. Catlih wtfs down frota Hart- Vlfte Tuesday. Every store and saloon (luernsey does a banking business. E. ti. Hisey, of Ft. Laramie, was in the city Monday. Mrs.' Mattle GaSlou is bntlding a res- idence on her property across the street from Crulii's building. Sam CoVlngton was In Ilartville Monday nnd took oat a lead of wire. We journey' through life let us llva by the Way and oat at jCluesener's restaurant, Carl Bnrgueat and Tom Megan box. ed Are rouuds at Kelly's July 4 linr beingtlie favorite, lllllv McOSulm as weonil for Hnttiiitoi wlille niyht. attvnd tire dairee. I can save you money on groceries. Jfy stock is fresh, too. L. 11. 1'ierce, Ilartville. Everybody in Guernsey is busy. Flailing is netting better all the time and swimming is simply out of sight. and Will Minser and Elmer Hawk were up Tuesday from Ft. Lara- mie. Mrs. A. Fowlel- and sister. Miss Ethel 1'elton, were shopping in Guern- sey Tuesday. They to leave for1 Houlder, Colo., tomorrow to visit their parents. II nt enough for you? neur Guernsey where it will verted into two'big canalsljy i 'strc'iou another d-vn. i umy be out but it bo oars be- fore lands in the vicinity of Casper and Douglas will be irrigated. The dam will create the greatest natural reservoir in the world, being twice aa large as (be Assouan dam on the Nile river in Egypt, although costing less than half as much to con- tract. Cheyeniie Tribune. i mines. he checked f'-om Guernsey and the switch engine will have its headquarters here, i owing to Guernsey round house ac- Jolin Uofgrove fftis JimSmiUi tree and Mlkeilc lauglilln tlmeKbeptir. lllllXellv held {ho bottle, Kveryono the boat. li. K. Tyeht ttbtvn ffpm Hart- In llartvllto TtiMitoy letter get your Insured now. Cant tell whit wlU'iiapnou, wrlWlniuraud, By The Gazette's Lexicographer Delightful, Wyoming climate. Swimming, a pastime which The Gazette's devil has no use for at all. He. would rather take a licking than swimming especially in the win- ter time. Bas? ball, a game that is played out in Guernsey. Cigarette, a small paper cigar. As n role it doesn't care who smokes it. Freight trnin, a poor thing to sleep on hnt great as an exerciser. It cfires indigestion sometimes instant- ly- Way car, a kind of human chicken coop. Yon waot-to roll np your trou- sern when yon into n way car. IfyOn are a woman take the sido doflf sleeper cleaner. Umbrella, n rain stick. If you live in Wyoming yon do not need an umbrella while in bedv providing there is n good root on the house. Bat when yon go to feed the chickens yon better lake yonr parachnto along. This) is no joke. inundation. There have been only tiro real floods the one, Noah WM intcreetod in and helped to promote and tho one tbfit struck Guernsey a few dnyn eioce.killing lotn of onr spring fries. Hard luoki Well, should snort I Think bUll tiew wonldyou to have the whites tender, wall cooked bosoffl chicken lit your crally knocked from Woold you tioklarl to Janthf Yon kflty very wdlfon wonldn'i. Fish. In IhA breAthinc hy n! gilh, -li liM found irtUm Finite, dtiiut it, M nor wiihdflt rnnch (bo, bte, ibsa it wiobi theotalr fin, commodations. The first ore from the Chicago mines will go out about August VS THE STATE FAIR In a cablegram to his foster brat her and business manager, Dr. D. Frauk Powell, received here today> Col. W F. Cody requested that steps be takeu immediately to dismiss the appeal iu his unit for divorce: says tho Denver Republican. It is weil known to their friends that noreooncillmtion has been effect- ed between Col. and Mrs. Cody, and that they will not live together agaiu as husband and wife, The dismissal of the di- vorce suit is not the result of auy change in their relations, but it IB tho result the efforts hia only child Mrs. Stott.of Ft. Thomas, Ga. bus- made to bring her parents together. Before their eldest daughter died last year, she pleaded with her father not to begin divorce proceedings, ami after the petition had been filed sho begged him to dismiss the suit. Col. Cody was deeply moved, hfa friends say, liy the appeal of his fav- orite child, bat was determined to got a divorce if poseibler and prose- cuted the suit. The Following; Article Is Taken from the Editorial Pasje of The Laramie Republican and Should Be of Interest to Every- body in Wyoming. Notica of Abandonment and liocatlon of To All Whom It May Concern: The Hoard of the County Commissioners of VVyu have uecintnl to atonilim that part of county rop.il No SU south of the south line of section i4. township 2fi north, range 02 west. ning in a south westerly direction to the Xorth 1'latte Kiver, 300 feet known as the Old Texas Trail." The Hoard of the County Commis- sioners of Laramie County, Wyoming, have decided to establish a county road as follo.v, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest cor- ner of section fi, township 20 north, west, running edst two miles on the suction Hue to the southeast cor- ner of suction 5, township 25 norm, range west; thence running due north along the west side line of sec- tions 28. and 2i, township 20 north, range B2 west; thence running on the section line three miles froui northwest corner of section 2i state aud even the coin- to northeast corner of section thence running south on the section linethree miles to the southeast corner of section 35, township north, range iihvest; thence east on the sec- tion Hue six miles to the northeast cor ner ut section 2, township 25 north, range Olivest; thence running south on thesection line eight miles to the south east corner of section n, township 24 north, range Gt west, or to a point in- tersecting the present county nwd: thence to point of origin following Ihe present county road iu a northwesterly direction. All objections thereto or claims for damages by reason thereof must be til- ed in writing with the county clerk of DonclBs is alive to all the possibilities couuocled with the state fair at that- city dnriog the of October, this year, and is using every effort to make it a success. A few have been skeptical us to the nhilily of the people there to construct the necessary buildings mid get ready for the big show, but ttis is only tho view of the pessimist, who is unacquainted with I he town aud its energetic, pushing population. The Republican is reliably informed there will be DO failure in tbie respect. Everything will be in ren.liuess in ample time. The state commission having the fair in charge is composed of liroad- minded men men who are thorough- ly alive to the fact that the entire must be interested iu the exibitiun of our resources, our pro- spects unJ our possibilities. In choosing a site for tho fair Ih commission has eie raised good judge- ment. It is located betweuu the city and the Platte river on a gorUlo slope, where good drainage is possible and where a splendid race track cun be said county, berore noon of the second day of August. A. or action will be taken without reference to such olijectfotik or claims fe- damages. i CAltll.l. County Clerk and Clerk of said Hoard Dated at Cheyenne, Wyoming, thin 8th day of July, A. 0. rtWo. ATTENTIONl HRTO yoa use for or tuts of Forest Lambwr Co., of him for yenn made A flat) grade ot wootlyn tanks and dip ping vaU and Our cnjtorbers'Aro nor frionds. We wadt ypn too, Send for onr nw price Dot, Doittixlny! Doitnowl The hot Is eeononaible, so made. Stock Bt Keen constructed have already and it will not be ng trade amoug the people of neighbor to the south and for this reason ia seizing upon every opport onity to mingle with our people, to 'earn of our resoursea aud to ..proseut the advantages of the Quean City a distributing point. ami all the central and northern portions of VVyomibtf, becanse'orthe east ami west lines of communication, pur- chase 80 or 90 per cent of their gooJa from Omaha and other eastern will bny in the market can get goods cheapest. ets. KipresH ami freight reach Dou- glas from Omaha just as quickly UK from Denver and Omaha hag the ad- vantage of closer proximity to the eastern markets. To overoomn this natural discrepancy, Denver IB urging the. railroads reaching from that city into Wyoming to give her fipecial concessions in rates and is ul so urging persoual friendship ami loyalty to the west an considerations AH a business factor the latter are not of a lasting nature. People ae a where (hey Denver, to get the trade of Wyoming, roiiBt rmvo traosportatioG lines reaching hoart of this state aud persoual con- tact wilh our people and acquuu.- anoe with our will liuve great deal to do with briuging thm about. 1'ublic leaders in eveiy county of the state should put their ubonlderK to tho whnel and aid in making tun state fair a sucess. We are all inter- ested. It belougH to us ox much as tt belongs to Converse county. The men uf Duuglas have the greatest, portion of the burden upon their shonlderH, but all can help, by assist ing iu making tho >xhibitn of I he highest possible xtaodard und by giv- ing the fair Ihebboifitof Iheir sona! attendance. The fair comes nt 11 season when tho people can we'I sparo the time.1 In the fall the veslB hove the weiuln-r is generally nuporb nnd too peopni value, the moaey comes handy in! have the money nod tbe tiiua todi" making preparations necewmry' for: vote to recreation, tho unprovomi'ti' Blue long before horsemen uau take their borfen tolbe grouude for preparatory work, although it is not likely that much of this will be doue till shortly before the meeting. Thousands of dollars will be offer- ed to the eompelitorH. the stockmen of the stale oaro little for the prizun because of thoir intrinsic such a trial of merit urn tho real tiling ttongbl after i they will bring fame uud fortune in Ihe years to come. President Wilson of the fair com- mission, by his strong pnnoiKitity ribbons I of their I minds and the atid wide doing much townrd bringing tho fair Iu attention Of tho jieopln of the inter- montitain cotxntry. liecently be nd- n gnthering in ibtt city of 'Denver Unit showed a ntnoniil of eutliUKiiuno end in in (fie fflif A specirti from Denver to Donglas Miiikvd of, Ihe interests of thu n whole. II IB not too early to hn in thin iinportimt mntlJT. >i (Ton itul ions slionld bn fur nu-il to tm Ihi'r the Btnte fair's mUDicntions BildrDFReil to Hou. M II Collinis Keorvlnry of llie >tjite fiiin-n will n'Cf-ife prompf courteous n-npoime, Subscribe for The Gazette. 
                            

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