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   Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming                               Heavy Ore I Burli rise OgtjUit v creasing meat go to Klueaener'a finernajiyj pleasant .fiwvi vwyyivyw A ff the Boutlief n a mmttnum amount -of expenditure. A terrier n6rth, in great demand Com- pany's ad on the 6th .page. jr fojerjdjje, rusfft-ate for a few months G. H.'Savvyer. a'fornnRtoh "Set- ctiant, waa lu Guernsey Tuesday. Sawyer bag recently been appointed master at that prosperous little city, wSgona, buggies aria barb are wljo! fe duct a small notion store. The Torriugton Lumber Company, Fishing Is pretty good now The rails spread iu the west endoj yardaTiiesday evening slid wrecked a loaded ore r iu tiuA auythfrig'iu tltp hardware or haruess line, cull on, or write ffyomfng Saddlery Co, Wheatland, Wyo Interesting census jelativi1 to Cheyeltoe and Ldfarnle Numlwr ef white males in Cheyenne, numlKrot females, nuruOer of black males, lOl; number of black females, HO; Chinese 22; Japa nose, 35, married males married females Iu Laramie county there are white and white females, iC5 black males and 142 feraalea. Those wishing to obtain information concerning Guernsey real estate should call on or address E.If Willaon. lie can give full partleulart regarding prices of lots in different locations and all other in formation the prospective buy- er may wislrto know Jack, the old oowpuncher from Lander, is lu Jlartville For a good, well cooked meal go to Klueseuer's restaorunt Thi popnlatiiin of Laramie county, according to the Census made knOwn'aalr 28, it decrease of allies' 1Wri.'lM top Hattpn ot OIieyjntie.18 a decease of -4'JO Misses Julla'antl Tessje Butler, sis- Nters of l'i jfutler of p. i, of Ottawa, flSVare visiting TB- and, (n and about Going fy the dance tomorrow even- Make Hay While ths Sun thrifty rarffler.liekTiowstlialtlm'fitif lit sun ulliimrnty IssUiiiUday aild tm'lJfe so liable ihoineoola, y'liolira tnorbtis Borne ,btr uf-the li.ltt taari save giocerles Jiy st6ek is fresh, too L. 11 1'ierce, sjias resigned from the tipard and L B Wlllson lias, "bean requested to fill tbe miexpired tern) We trust tiiat Mr Wiltson will tiK) position for we believe that lie of rendering aluable sn rice to Ilia district, 'rthe board ytursriand, thougli tlie posi- tion Is a difficult one, has given general JJepjerget your property "ant tfell n liat ill bsppeft. .mother Mfti! There J. 'ver the k San- ntly In- Last week 154 carf irop ore went ontjfronxj B Theweighj" the dii J Tbe minimum oar of ore from he'r4< Colo., whlFlttiftOr is Soroethiog like 40 perj M ofe oars carry WO pounds Theaverr meat so far. this. Thus, it must be remftnii than half of the risrf, ths 0 S f tlio business ship- cars is lea r it at SUD- big eud All tram crews are kerjt Coastnutlv fyusv taking empty airs-troii) Uueiu- urn) the .function to es R id iuiuliiij: I In- rinwt bti4lc QerUiuly there in uo gruafg groiviag u'niler the feet of the peQjile at 8un- busy all ihe timo :0g nothing to do bnt Work tlnnR in the building hue at resou fora distance bf 200 feet Fourteen men from Burlington stoel gang and.a number of other workmen repaired the damage Tuesday night, working by lamp light omney through life let us live by wav and eat at Kluesener's restaurant Hens' furnishings! you can get em of L LI 1'ierce, Hartville Mavtfr Hrown spent Tuesday uightat 1't Laramie The hotul continues to do a fine bus inesa and Mrs Kyan and Miss Clouser are constantly ou the go ow Ing to the great scarcity of help It is next to impossible to get people who tan and will do hotel work. ilr.and Mrs.U H Reefer, of Sterling 111, arrived in Guernsey yestorday and will spend tuo weeks with Mr and Wtlteon Miss btevena returned Toes da; to her home at Hriilgeport, Xeb, after a two weeks visit with friends in Guernsey Everything is lovely in Gnernsey. We understand that some people liave been using the wagon road near the Burlington viaduct for bathing purposes. returned Wed- nesday from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Humes, of s'unrise. Al I'pterson of Ft. Laramie, Is in the cltjr on business. C. JJIckel, Superintendent of Jl. K.; JOhdfbh Wyoming sey Methodist Uhurch Tuesday evening to a good audience. v from Oim broW.n liurae, pipe brand en hoad, hheu last 8eenr'July 8, 05, Fivo lo'recovory The Gazette's Waterwagou, the easiest going ve- biele on earth neither golta nor jars The road 6ver whioh it travels is-as a glass this peculiarly Jf w hard- bronco jjt ont of isft Irerf piece of ma- chinery than the railroads Lave killed since a year ago Christmas more, oven, than the deadly toy ed with 1th of July patriotism and little lead bullets, has slaughtered since King George and his redcoats' got their trimmings Laughing, the ttot of laughter It is not considered proper to laugh at a funeral, but any other nine it is There is morn mnmo in a real, hearty laugh than there is in n brast, band and more hedlt h than there is m a sanitarium. Frown, to scowl It i- criminal If von must frowo go ont in the alley Dout cto il on the main it ruins the sceuery The only time n man should feBPthat hebas atiscenie to frown is when his family phyaitao gives him a doso of caster oil Tenth, small-bones in the JUWE for chewing. When taken care oi they arc objects of admiration when Def- lected they are dfagustmg If yon are a woman and have pretty teeth you are good looking: that is ail1 ifaere is to it. If you oant_ keep our face and teeth both clean, let your face go, Age, something tbat never happens toBWotnim. About the only thing on earth that gets old la yon horso to accumulate yearn (aster than a bed bug can work thomultipliwtioit table. Summer Diarrhoea In Children rfitrlng the hot weather of thn- sum- mer moiWvs loosnrtl of a Child's bowsli should have immediate atltntlon.'io as to.cLMk the ihMhw be- forelt Mtrlons. All, that la nrcMttryu afpw of hatober- Oolfp, HiarrliDW, He yauoseof cmtor oil to VV hen ton are in Ilartville come in and examine mv alocK and Kd rnv 1 will surprise yon unrt rou Ii 11 land, P4stnroftli8 tlrat M K vtr} Valuable 'ulictlier jt be Tbe Oawlte or not. New Buildings Going up at Chicago Mines Colorado Supply Company btore To Open Soon. The new oamp up Whoieu canon is a busy place just now Besides the two hundred.gruders who are lo- cated thero and who are rapidly bringing their work to a olose, them is u constantly increasing number oi miners and other workmen employed by tun C P I and the Colorado Supply Co The two shafts are work- ing day and night and a considerable showing is bong made on thv) surface The company will, without u doubt. be prepared to furtiub tbe Bnrhng- ton a heavy daily shipment ntely upon the completion of the new spur Tbe Colorado Supply Co has erected a substantial frame building near the Woodworth boarding houbu where it is putting in a complete stock of general merchandise Ihe Chicago store, which will be opened fur business in a few days, will be under the supervision of H A Thompson, manager of the store at Sunrise Other buildings and col- lages for the miners are being erect- ed and when the plans of the C F for tbe immediate future are carried out the Chicago wil! be a full fledged mining camp with every facility and convenience The wagon road, recently com- pleted, between Sunrise and Chi- cago IB quite an enterprise in itself, constructed, as it is, over a ateep, rough, high bill The scenery along this road uiighb be described in the same manner and with evec more truth than is employed by some rail- ju their advertising folders fipciilctrig-' of the Hltrnctivonesr of tbe landseape along their respec live routes Without exageration it 11 well worth any man's time and trouble, who does or expects to do any driving in tbe viciuity of the mines to make tho trip from cue camp to the other over this newlv constructed road He will at least ex penence a few plpasent sensations whicl he mav have never before en joyed The view is simply gram! EXPLAINED So Credit Attached to-the Report that Cheyenne and Laramie Count) Fewer People than in i oo The enumerators of tbe census in Larauiie couuty which is a part of the work ordered by the state legis lature have completed tbe Laramie Kepublican Much to the surprise of everyone, the result ntiowH n decreane m population BIULB the government census was taken a few jetirfl ago Tbe population of Cheyenue in April, 1QOO, was Tho present census gives a de- crease of 436 The population ID La- ramia county in 19UO wai and at present it IB a decrease of People are at a loss to account for tbe decrease, for business i4 hundreds of additional bouses have been bo ill m Cheyenne find there urn less ihnu tou hunsea in Ibe city. The beat solution tbat boa beor, offered that Ihe Genius of 1900 was not oon- thiit ft large flonliiig popnlntton, consisting chiefly'of grrulora Oh lha Union Puci- tbich did not "belong lo pity. Tbu flWnomny have Iwen Of rnilroad in tbo connly VINCENT PROPERTY Bought by J.T Mel toy for Place Will Be Remodeled and Oicupied as a Restaurant J T.Melloy who camo to Gnern- soy two months ago and opened a restaurant in the Gram building, bus met With such unqualified snccess that he has made up hw mind to be come a permanent flxhire bere ith this end 10 view he has purchased tbo Vmcentproperty, corner of Wjommg ave tind Laramie st where, afti r thoroughly clfianing and repalnug the baildibg, be will remove his re" tautant fixtures and houaehold goods The pnne paid fur the property was which considering tbe oi ignal cost of tbe lot and building something like is very low in deed Mr Melloy says if IIIIM ms oontiu ues to grow he will h nt get mure help and put in two i 1 1 omil tab IRS THE DAY OF THhSUGAR BEET Within tb< luit few usthesugar beet hah sprung into farst rank as of the moat nnportaut t ictors in in srtrulg the miiten il wiultli Wyo- ming Now comes the statement that alartfe number of farmers from the neighborhood of Magdeburj, Germany, sol tkeir sugar beet lands there tnd are coming to tlutt state to take up ci 'tivation of vegetable This intelligence pomeu through Dr JSimle Doou, of Chicago the author of "A Guida to Germau Immigrauts These -German'' it iWattl, practically have been driven out ot the Fatherland because of the high freight rates imposed by the govern ment The same condition prevmls in tho wheat industry of German) Too farmers of the eastern provinces are unable, because of high tariffs tu ship their gram to the big market" in the eastern part of their country and enter into successful com pet it ion with the gram belt of the Lnttw! States This exodus from Germany of thrifty tillers of the soil will redound to the advantage of Wyoming Bnt it also points a lesson during tin1 present agitation for tbe fax log of rates in this country Thi moral m to obvious to require eluci dation Homestead Concoltdated Notice for Publication V b Land Office, Cheyenne, Ing July 20 Notice Is hereby given that the fnl lowing named settlers have tiled notu e of intention to make Hnal proof on their respective claims before lolxi Hnnton U S Commissioner, District of Wyoming at Fort Laramie W yom ing. on September t, INftl viz Broder Broderson of to yncotc Wyoming H E Ko for the N', and btf Sec. 33, T, 2U N R 03 Witnesses Elijah Oobble, Michael Falls, Bernard Keenan, William I Connelly, all of Wyncote, Wjoming A KftterUng, of Fort Lar t mir Wyoming, II E NO SfllB for tin bee 30.T K WitnesseB Trunk I'louscr lion Ncitfeld and Jolmn D Neufeld n' of Kort Laramie, Wyoming, mil lij jncoto joining K I huplm If yon ftantto readi the (mcrii'M tmbllc put a lltilu ad In the paper.   

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