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   Guernsey Gazette, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1905, Guernsey, Wyoming                               GUERNSEY, LARAMIE COUNTY, WYOMING, FRIDAY, Aug. 11 1905. Number 31 Peopi STORIES About )le ancJfthings Here and Hereabouts. Go to L. II. Pifcrce for shoes. The bank will Open about Tuesday. 1 "V J, Wj, enjoying an (S the time to subscribe for.the (Jawtte. is going lo have a fine par- soiiage; ir. Pierce carries a complete' and assorted line of general merchan- dm 1'or a good, well cooked meal go to Klueseuer's restaurant. N. A...Crawford spent Friday and Saturday at Chicago-mines. Fine spring chickens and ducks at the Guernsey market. for Ktudsbakrir wagons, buggies and spring wagons, genuine Klwood barb .wire fencing, poultry net- ting, Majestic Ranges, baruess, in-fact anything iu the''.hardware or harness line, call on, or .write Wyoming .Saddlery Co., Wheattand, Wyo. -For fancy and staple chma, lamps, jewelry, rugs, carpets aud window jro to JlKDeyitt's. Tony'fomiska Is having his saloon painted. There are other buildings in town that a little paint wouldn't hurt. liens' furnishings! Well, you can get 'enuof L. fl. organs and everything In the musical line at Mnltevitt'a. Dont forget the dance at Kelly's tomorrow night 4lra. AVaimer and daughter eamel "_ For a good meal go to Kluesenw's restaurant and lunch room. Tents, tarpaulins, cots and camp beds Slc'Devitt's. VNmi? .we.wont have to go round-with oiir pockets bulged out we can take our wads to the bank. Better get your property insured now. Cant tell what wili happen. vrlte Insurance; I can save you money on groceries My stock Is fresh, too. L. H. nartTllle. Mike McLaughlinhas received word from Ilia sister that she left IrelauJ on or about the first of the mmith, having made everythiiigjjatisfaotory in regard to Mike's property which was In liti- gation for U yearn. carries a complete line of undertaking goods; telephone -orders jiven prompt attention. Mr. and Ed Chicago, are visiting relatives hero. Mr. aud Mrs. Matt Uargraves were in Guernsey, Thursday. Lucile Brown returned from Chey- enne, Wednesday. Mrs. Agnes Sampson Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Shoults. A-plat of the town of Guernsey can M seen at the new bank on and after Tuesday, Aug. 15, and prices of lots can be obtained by application to Mr. George Huld, Guernsey, Wyo. There is sometalk of the run- ning into Onernsey providing satis fac can us made with the C. W. Railway F. L Thli would certsJidy be a Es'ln olmrge 'at sham commissary. Mrs. 0. Hardy returned from Lin- coln, Neb., -Tuesday and will speiid the remainder of the summer In Guernsey. As we Journey through life let us live by the way and eat at Kluesener's restaurant. The new lights in R -N. Fletcher's saloon are beauties. If every business UOUSB In toivu had such Illumination we would need DO street lamps. The Torrhigton Lumber Company of Torringlon, WyoM will sell you any- thing in the building line at a reson- able price. When in want of anything in furni- ture dont forget that our liue Is com- plete; a car load just J. McDevitt. Subscribe for your home paper- whether it be The GaBette or not. Sid llblmes, the barber who came to Guernsey six weeks ago, left for where will have his left Kg amputated at the hip. Mr. Holmes fell six stories down an elevator shaft tn years ago and BUB tained permanent injuries which which now make it neccessary to have this difficult deration performed. We wish him luck. Mr. and Mrs. William (jnderWood1 Mr.U.J. llurkeiMidcuusiiw. the Misses Jewjstana Therai Uvltlert Mr. w.d Mrs S.-A; eiraWota ahdJIf. William Craw' ford spent gun'day at Kelly's place. They had. a flne chicken Uiimer, plenty of lemonade and lots oT fun. Summer Diarrhoea InChllciren, During the ho twoallier of the snm- ner saonths the HrsfrAjoosnew-'of.a bowels should Jiave Immediate v Mcdmti All that of Chamber, I and Dlirrhowi.Jle- tntdy followed By of autof oil to M.ff. landi I LUife rit THE PLATTE VALLEY Pointed Paper Prepared Especial- ly for The Gazette by the Rev. J. Babcock. (This article will be followed by others, by the same dutbor, touching OD to Platte Valley people. In his next paper Mir. Babcook wUI discuss "The Big Four Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Guernsey to the''Nebraska line "Is equal to tbe .beet and potato country of so says a prominent citizen and successful business man of. Loveland, Colo., who bos recently taken a section of the beautiful table land just north of Torrrngton. Oats, alfalfa, beets and potatoes are the crops that are "na- tive" to this climate aud soil; and these are the very products that have made Loveland and Greely land worth f rem to per aore. Is it not a significant fact thnt three Colo- rado men who "fcuow by experience" of tbe value of snob crops are eagerly taking hold of this Country 7 And we have the best of tbe North Platte Val ley right here between Guernsey and Torrington. This section of the val- ley is unique in its location and sur- roundings a great mining district and tbe best agricultural district side side, a condition hard to find and oue wbicb, when found, furnishes the material for unlimited growth and developmsnt. One of these Colorado men, a man very Conservative in bus- ness moves and in alt his statements, said of a small patch of beets on tbe 3nrtis place near Torrington: "Those [..JLjJiave BPPU this I have seen in- and examine my stock and my please prices. I will surprise you and you. L II. 1'ieree. Theig year old lirotheson boy who lives near Wjrncote was thrown from a liorse Tuesday and had his collar bone broken. Dr. Dodd of Guernsey dressed the injured part and the boy is getting along nicely, Professor Lnwis Martin Oberkotter, principal of the CliaUron Academy, of Chodron, Neb., was in Guernsey Wed- nesday in the interests of that deserv ntg institution, Heed, the sheep, man was in the city Tuesday. He is building a house on his ranch eight miles from town whlcli will be occupied by his soi Warren. 'tyr. and Mrs. .T. E. Dittemore left Wednesday for Iron Mountain w here they will take charge of the postoffice. They were accom pained by his mother Mrs. Samuel Dittemore, who Will re- turn after a brief visit. Mr. and .Mrs. Thus. A. Kinch arrived In Guernsey from Chicago Thursday evening and will make tins their future home. A LETTER. Wynbote, Wyo., Ang., 1, 05. Editor Gazette; Dear Boost Guernsey aod so will I, and so will all of us. Harroh for the new connty and its sent! Let us call it'Roosevelt connty and Guernsey its capital. What do you say to that Tbe new map of Wyoming, showing our new connty with Guernsey in Ibe center 1 Guernsey has the prettiest and iieaUhiittl location for a city in Lara- mieCodniy, with it- doe quarries ol bttlding atone, its saw mills in tbe lifllf, iU monnUitu of nil kinds ol ifs pttro rnoniug rivet-mid good ttulrxjjkd faeiiitta. .Givehsby aiwtnn small couoty with Ibe capita! sjn iLn conUr. Sdch is'the .wish of people in this part of tbo WYOMING .41 PORTLAND State Excels in Wool and Miner als Display Sur- prises Easterners Moving; Pictures.a Drawing Card-by W.EBrinley. Surpassing exhibits, both iu mining and in agriculture resonrces, at the Lewis and Clark Exposition have placed the state of Wyoming in a ranking place among the many rep- resented at the Western World's Fair. Wyoming visitors, who have attended since the opening of tbe Fair on June 1, to tbe number of or more, have been pleased with the showing which their state has made, while easterners have expressed surprise at tbe great variety of resources shown jui Wyoming's exhibits, and at the ex- cellence of products displayed. In her agricultural showing, Wyo- ming has gained particular distinct- ion by her wool display, which is honsed iu glass cabinets and show Wyoming space in the building. Some fine cosep, in the Agriculture range wool is exhibited by fainter Co, of Evanston, and the F.S. King Brothers Company, of Laramie which won a gold medal for range wool at the St. Lonis Wo-jii's Fair last year, has an exhibit much interest. which lias attracted One 25-- pound ewe country and the- sugar factory will nndonhtedly come when it is known that beets can be raised successfully here." One of tbe successful sbeep men of the Casper country is in this vicinity ooking for a location for feeding sheep. tie has been all over the, Big Horn country, bos lived in the Lander and Wind Biver country and "knows but he says that this country looks best to him for sheep Eeediutr plenty ots of sunshine, of hay and grafs, DO mud to mire shewp down in yards and direct line to Omaha and Kansas City markets. If these men from other, parts of tbe country who have bad experience in these industries fee so many ad- vantages here and have sncb confi- dence in tbe future of tbe North Platte Valley, why shouldn't tlie peo- ple here boom A change is coming get in the swim. Public Is Aroused. The public Is aroused to a knowledge of tbe curative merits of that great med fleece bos been especially admired. C. Castle, Wes- ton County, ban a creditable exhibit of angora wool, and range wool is ex- ibited by the Platte Valloy Sheep Co., of Douglas, David Kidd of Casper, Kichardson Brothers of Cheyenne and Jarnss F. Ho well of Cody. Wyoming's timber display also has attracted attention, and a table, made entirely of Wyoming woods, has been much admired. The table includes forty kinds of woods native to ,the state. It was swarded a gold meda lit St. Lonis. Wyoming has made a tine showing of grains aud grasses, which are ar ranged most attractively. At tbe entrance to the section which the slate occupies in the Agriculture building, a great variety of threshed grain and gross seeds is exhibited in glass tubes. A pillar is entirely sur- rounded by these tubes, and there is a triangular, shaped case similarly surrounded. In the lower part 01 the triangular case, grains are shown be hind plate gloss, a beaatifnf effect be ing produced by tbe nso of layers ol different colored grains. Golden Wonder millet ix exhibited from Sheridun (Joouty. Otbsr interesting threshed grain include show- ings of pnrple barley from Albany and White Tonse wheat grown by Edward Yoong of Fremont. Alfalfa seed is exhibited by tbe Wyoming DuvHlopmeut Company of Larauiie icinal tonic, Electric Bitters, for sick County. A great number of grains stomach, liver and Mary II. Wallers, of WflStChiirAve, Cbliim- bns, O., writes: ''For several months, 1 was friven.up to die. 1 had fever and ague, my nerves were wrecked; I could not sleep, and my stomach was so weak, from nselflss doctors' drugs, that 1 could not eatA Soon after beglnuum to take Electric BittHrs, I obtained relief, and in a short time I was entirely cured." Otmranteed at JlrlH-vitl's drug store; price DOc. Unnecessary Expense. Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea without warning Olid prompt relief mftht be onUlned. .There Is no itecesslty of Incurring the expense of a pliysldlall's service in .-such if Oharaberlaln' 'holera and county. Falls, Homed J li m iioud. A dose of rernody will relievo the psllent before a doctor could arrive. It has never been knnwit to fall, even in the sever anrt datiirerons casn ahd no family by McOerUt, the Druggist.; are displayed in jars, which form two pyramids. Wyo.ning grasses and forage crops are displayed in great variety in cas- There nro timothy and smoolb brome gross six feet tall, and some wonderfully One alfalfn, a majority of tbe uihibitB being from the exper iment farm at Laramie. A sraoll bnt comfortable theatre oc- OPENS TUESDAY New Guernsey Bank Will Be Ready for Business Aug. Backed by best People in tbe. State. Next Tuesday will be an aiispioimm day for Guernsey, for it will mark ,he opening in our little city of a high well banked and permanent aapking house. The men who are aehiod tbe new enterprise are prom- inent in Wyoming financial and busi- ness circles and are well known throughout the west as able and con- servative financiers. Indeed (t would be a difficult matter to select two names which would carry more weight than those of Thomas A. Gosgriff aod George Abbott, both of whom have had many years expert ence in various lines in Wyoming and enjoy the absolute confidence of the people. Mr. Cosgriff is president of tbe First National Bank, of Cheyenue. First National, of Uawlins and First National, of New Castle; he is also president o! the Cosgriff Bros. Sheep Co.and the Cosgriff Bros. Co. which last named company operates live or six. stores in different towns in Wyo- ming. Mr. Abbott is cashier of the First. National Bank of Cheyenne and ban served the state as senator aud state treasurer. Both Mr. Cosgriff and Mr. Abbott have liverl in the state for manyjflars and are loyal Wyoming citizens. The new bank, therefore, will be. what might be properly termed, a home institution, under the super- vision aud control of men who met with marked success in thwetatii and who understand local conditions thoroughly.. t Gaorgf Bald, of wide commercial and banking exper- ience in Wyoming and the, westr, will have charge of tbe affairs of the new bank and we believe, that under his management tbe institution will become a potent factor in the devol opmentof northern Laranue county. The style of the firm will Cosgnff Abbott, Bankers. exhibit iu tbe building. Copper and coal Qome in for most of tbe attention. TUB Ferris Haggerty and Doau Hambler mines both have big show- ings of copper ores copper, while New Humbler has on exhibition a very rare and valuabln specimen iif eovbllite or indigo copper. Tlw Kemmerer Coal Companpy has op exhibition two unmenrte chunks f diamond coal from Diamondville, taken from a seven-foot veiu sad the other from a fourteen-foot veiu A tine exhibit of building slonra and marbles has attracted consider- able interest, and everyone who linn viitited tbe exhibit baa admired wonderful showing of oil >uid its big Benzine, kerosene and lubricating oils are shown, with pararjne, axle grease, asphalt and other snbstancrn made from pil. The oils ere pu> up in Imantifiil packages and make a most attractive showing. Eastern people also have been interested iu a pyramid of iron oro from Sunriw, Loriuuiu County, aod tbo iinisheii products beside it, which iochulostwl roilR. I I barbed wire aod nnilfl Of the nnnsonl Ifaprn n enpira the center of Wyoming's 0( soda, hulf i space, nnd the moving picttlre pbows. torli from Albany connty, nnd hii given there e.imposw one of the mont, of or natural FOKJ, Hltractite features of I he purti- fisb wbicfa sbow H-MT cipation. Tho shown srw of. are by Dr C rtCpnen in Wyoming, and include Gamble of Diomondvdlp. nnd glJmpstw of range life I but bnve par- ticularly intnrpKlpd eastern Dr. H. 0. ol Encamp- there are displays ol cpsonuio, or natural Bnlts.nnd asbenton orn from Albany county. An intorfwiiup ojrn il, is in cbargfe of ia) Casn includes Rome btmntifn! i pn-r-s hibils (it tbe ExpoMliou, and has his '-rifled treeB. in office in the Mines and Uftalinrgy I witbcyrstal inside, and KOHH' bnildingi where be is cngageil in in which Wyoming enpec- showing people tbo mineral wealth ially rich. Tbo finest on Ibo of the fttnteas displayed io whfit is gronods is among tbe notable dii- perhaps tbe most interesting mineral   

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