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Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming j J. V'i' iiV'.i' Number 36 ''About' Tilings Mete and Hereabouts. Go. lii VK rce for slioes. .'Knw Is the time to subscribe 'for Ttie ttatttte. J.JT. fhompsoni a prospiirons tarar Vile ;riyer ranclnnati brother of Bfrs.-Msry has pnrtliased the two lotsJiorth of Mayor Wfofrn's. resi- rlHnce on Dakota averuie whore ho will erect aliaridsome brioB rBsKlouce in the near future. Dont 'forget the iCe iream social given by theUnlon Church of Sunrise ttlife Hall, Friday evening, '.Inly ll kinds of cake and cruam. Si. Torriiigtoii Lumber X'om- fiaiojs ad on the pile driving crew. repair- tiig'tlie 'Brides Whaleu, AVednesday to Hot Springs, where they 'had some unfinished work (o do. go to rmiked meal uiirant. rM-re. Kate O. of Oallar, Texas, is visiting her sister Mte. 0. Catlia. of flartvilla. Mrs. Uansford brought ftdwatd Lewis, a two year old Dallas child, to Hurtville. with' her to be treated by Dr. Oatlin. The. baby is troubled with iDflamatiou of the knee j'-jint, prunoutrced tuberculosis by Dal- las phyiifcciavj. A marked improvement ih its condition la n nq.'-iied auU it is believed that complete recovery will the result of tlie visit. Mrs. Ifansford 'will return to tlie Lone Star state late in October. go to Kluesener's rteta'nrant and liijich room. _ S.. Cook ami family to their, tasch southwest olthe city where they will live in the future. We regret very much to lose Mr. Cook and his family because they afe good citl- r.ens.uut we esnjtot conscientiously ask them to. sacrifice 'their own personal welfare i.n or-jlw to getifir al good. Tlj'py are doubtless wlmLtliey. consider is for the beet. wish them luck. There will IK-aii ice cream sociatgiv HII by Ihp fcfnlnn Vhttrrb of Snn'rlfce. 'in the Hall Friday Evening, July Ji. Cotfoe one, come all. Oenera! olm (.liarles Thompson, ol riipypnna, aaya, "Ouerhwy. have ft population of in tliree ypars.1' PnV'K 'jl nt nil thp Vv'-'rirnn" nvp. The work is making a great im- provement. and Assembled at-Kelly's Saturday H7'jJ'; Evening Rajice Bowery Scene of Greadjlferriment, Fifty people frqnv Son- Fairbanks from all hup pulled woods since eight and the snob u frolic bad a in attend- Us, niust bi thing on tkjtt the earth's such a 'calainjlyip befall oiif delightful com 'Sack sfrange and uu- for happenings, are disaster- oas iQ the siit'ce they mnst My stock Is ffesh, too. L. II. Pierce; Hartvitle. Better Ret your property insured now. Cant tell wfiat will Uanpen.: We write Hon. U A. fluernnev his Con- siderable time ia the oitv ing after his property -qlher danog week from tomorrow, in the Signing. If yon missed the last one thejonly way yon can break aftoud the nex It. U. Pierce carries a com! dise, Uradbury O'Oara, tlieDrtive'r con tractors wllo were awarded 'Hie con- tract for the construction of the Path- finder dam at Alcova, have ifiven up the job and forfeited a guaran- tee. They claim that the bid of 5304, ttiO was too small. The government will now be compelled to advertise again for bids. When you are in IJartville come in and-efcamine my stock: and get my prices. I will surprise you and pleaau you. L II. For tyagohs, bogies and Bpciug genuine Ehvood barb wins, woven wire fencing, poultry net- ttng, Majestic ftanges, harness, saddles, in fact anything in the hardware or harness line, call on, or write Wyoming Saddlery Co., Wheatland, >Vyo, 'This is haying time. if you want to reach the Guernsey public put a little ad iq the Guenisej paper. Lots of people, are patronising the advertising culquis of The Guernsey Uuzatte Have yon noticed it f Those information tOQcekptug should call on or address' tS.IUViUson. .He cau foil vaftloAlars redwing prices W lotij In different .Idfatiorts and al liiB prospective buy er-may wish'to know. ilin J.4V, anil daughter Alma, art preparing to leave tiuurme owing lo poor condition'1 of th liealth, J had to depart U'ednesdoy hut' hen prsVentnl (t. They trill go torn friist the of the oVRfihijj. such o- SUUIH ix j bn un sluut that has up porti'cnlnr. will be an one. Mr. (Suernsuy is of new ctituhet on his ranch .below town and also on the thp OW ditcliBg ISe V hariijjr repaired- and straightened ont and ntherwise mikinu improvements on his frrigalion systems. Tbe four children, two boys aud two irlg, of George Albertson, of Wyncote, were pretty badly shaken up In' A run- way Tuesday afternoon while on the oad from Wynoofe to the ranch. One f the Imys had his collar bono broken. 'title t ho other received ase.alp wound n the back of (lie huad. The girls es- apeunninjuretl. Misa E.Lettorpturned to her home in jtncolu, after a brief visit with riendsin Guernsey. each the' (juernsey next year. Miss Jjetto may grammar school LITHE FOLKS Delightfully lintertained by Mr. andMrs.J.mVyatt. OVERTAKEN Track Layers Working Fast Chicago Spur Beinij Rushed. Yesterday afternoon, attar onl four-days work, the Burlington trac layers at work on the new took tbe graders about fonr milps ou Of coarse this does not mean that n grading is done beyoud Ihe foart mile. In fact there are only a fe places here and there whete the gra ing is not finished aud it in only matter of a few days now when Mr Bnrkp will have completed his part of the work. He has (ionw right well too, finishing in Reasonable time. The steel gang is rushing matters and, aa soon as the graders are out of the way, will make qoick work of the remaining live milfs. Wednesday evening thirty or morn oi the little people of Guernsey, ac- companied by their parents, assetu- -at the residence of Mr. and delightful lawn FALLS DEAD uincy Me Cord, at One Time a Prominent Farmer of Audu.bon County, on Street in Guernsey. MAYOR BROWN Loses Fine Blade Horse in Run away at (unction Jump? trom Bridge. Last Sunday evening abont o' look, Quinoy Mo Cord, a member of it) BurJiDgton. (rack orew which ar- ved in Ouernsey from U Saturday1 died, suddenly a frpat of the Boa Ton restaurant on Wyoming ave. Alcoholism was the tnnrediate cause of death. The di- was recognized by (J.B. Poage f tbjs place, who knew him twenty fiars ago in Ezira, Iowa. Mr. Poage says be was, at that time, a well-to do aruier in the vicinity of Exira and tijoyed the reputation of being a irosperoos and indn'strioos citizen with a fine family. Hie wife, whose maiden name was Heater Hill, was ighly esteemed by nil who knew her. A. letter was fotmd on the body of he dead man addressed (o John Me Call, evidently an assumed name. le leaves a brother by Fames Me Cord, living the name of in Hershey, (o baft fltpy will go to Lad Neb, nit) spwi aiin: derifllte time, we rrtgret that lini-we hope itmt'itVllH supper, consisting of sandwiches of all kioiTS) coffee, chnese, pickles, pie, cake, ico.crflsm and lemonade wad served Counting the old folks tbare were at leas} uifcly people at the party HWlonjftftblefo.il of children; nud 6 Inolo And a half ot papas and ma- A-ffer aoppef tlio Rirls and boys played about the lawn, -the old vmftd And the young pw pie played 6n I fan organ itnd sang Rough, whilain the. kitohea a few of hft who were not afraid ot work 'held 4 dish washing bee, At SRn. vrfclook everyljoay mme niter tbsbkmg Mr nnd OK: F" IN ITIOIS S By The Gazette's uexlcosrrapher Dost, particles of dry earth.. It's long suit is settling. It sat ties any- where, lu fact it was one u! the first settlers. It is pe'iioularly fond of tattling on the piano stool nQd under tbe bed. Ifont orenthe mooh ot it at a tiifleiit njight fiiJltlu ydnr haah. if wuun. N v >f eon frnabled to move their herds end at KiruiU cost. Jc'ti box, fl godd plwip your cook sfQTMt this season of ibe year. Keep fife oo too Bad notd the change BoniPthfug for wbiclj Thf ii w4 Irouing board, the greatest nasium on earth. Cowbell, n musical ins rameot which has a pecu'ar charm about 1
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