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   Lander Clipper, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1905, Lander, Wyoming                               a LANDER CLIPPER VOL. XVIII. 8 LANDER, FREMONT COUNTY, WYOMING, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1905. LOOK SWELL j CiJ Stock of goods (or sale. Until V fi, i sold the stock will kepttopres rat standard, bat ntaii prices will U cut to lowest 16 Wyoming T. J, EoiUitT Buy the Famous Foot Sulze Shoes- Our Spring Stock of Dress foods Will be Here Next Feek Lander Comniercial Co. o n .k Stklt. U CITY AND COUNTRY. P DlOEIRBOR W G Jlovmoi THE EUREKA MARKET, DICKINSON JOHNSON, Proprietors. A FULL LME OF FRESH SALT MEATS CONSTANTLY ON HAND- HTHIQHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER ANfl EG08. Hotel Frerqorjt, J H Shaehan proprietor THE LEADING HOTEL Of CENTRAL WYOMING. anil Short Order Boose. OPEN DAY AND NIQHT Coiue lit and ordrr wind JOH want And pay for wlmt you net Everything In tin Market. J. H. SHEEHAN, PROPRIETOH Ttu Best Cooks That looey Can Secure. BAR IN CONNECTION. HATE ON HAJJD AT ALL TIMB8 WINES, LIQUORS AND. CIGARS. of Rnttled Soods In tbi City. Play Ball! A Large Stock Jiut Arrived. Baso Balls, and Fishing Tackle, a Fiqe Line of Heels, Lines and Everything Needed to Make Fishing a Pleas- ure. Qo to Qrimntttt'8 for the best liquors uuroigan in the city, Rev. and Mrs. Coottdge were vuitors in Lander this week. At the opera house, Saturday, May 27. Come prepared to laugh. Mrs-Allie Brittnateen arrived today from Denver, and will rbit with her mother, MM. Knott Ed Tweed arrived oh today s stage from Rawlins, been on a pleas ure trip to California. Mr A C Stavensoa, proprietor of the Wyoming saloon Ii ftock Springs, is reg istered at the Ciprtol Bet Wynn, the old newspaper man, returned to Lander teat Sunday after an absence offerers! months Wlllum Bines, solicitor for the North western, spept seven! days this week In Lander in the interests of his company Mr fid Baggerty who discovered the Fans-Haggerty copper mine, passed through Lander today on his way to Montana. Lincoln street will soon be opened for public use Mueb rock is being hauled to level thu depressions on eaih side of the bridge Geo B Weat returned last Tuesday from an eastern trip to hit old home While east he riaited Boston, New York and Washington. Smoke Z 4 H Vaelta and Cuban Rose Havana cigars. Jora ZMIT, Maker, Lander, Wyoming Ed Bolaad Jr, who recently cnme from Bock Springs, will tend bar at the Capitol Hotel for hu father, Capt Bo land. Dm t forget the Edraiuubon show at the opera house Saturday, Slay 37 It comes well recommended and should net i good house Sheriff Stongb returned lant Sunday from Casper, where he went to serve a warrant on A J Winchester, sworn out byj W Martin, of TnermopolM Mth, 1906, at M F parsonage, Lander, Wyo, Mr Jameo Benson of Nowood, Wyo, and Miss Maggie Qoddud of Dutch Mills, Ark., Mr E A. Hillberry, from Thermop oils, was a Lander vuutor Monday, hav ing come over to the land office on bust ness connected with his land in the northern part ot the county Any person knowing the whereabouts of John Derr, who worked m a saw mill m Fremont county in will confer a great favor on an anxions mother by Strawberries are a drag on tho urn tret on the Du Moir Smoke X 4 H Vueltn and Cuba Rose Havana cigam JOHN ?AN7 Miik Lanrler Wyoming Loap- A bunch of keys Kinder wi please leave at offii o and men reward Senator F H Wnrren inluniH th CLIPPKB that he would remain m Che) enne during the summer Messrs Lew Alton and LCWIK Olse of Milford are burning a kiin of lime n the head of Mexican Mrs. 3 C Hanscum and daughUi Irene, of tbe MJay-feay' ranch on Wirn river, are guestn of Mra F S Siuitb Mr and Mrs Sherman Major and daughter, Syble, are now occupying tb F Q Burnett residence on Mam utreet. Smoke Z 4 H Vuoliu and Ci ban Rose Havana cigars JOHN ZAWT Maker, Lander Dr Elhs has rented office roon in wilding oter the postoffice and jn u fen days will be reudy for business MlSA Alta Shockloy retuincd Ui from a very pleasant visit nith friend-, in Bawling, Laramie City and Denver Mayor S Emderty of Thermupolm arrived from that place fhursda> night and will spend daM Lander Henry De Wolf, proprietor of the Ft Washftkte Hotel, was cirrulntrog among his many Lander on day Miss Agnes James si ter of ChaK Jamco, came in from her home at Modi cine KaUB. to asstat her brotlier in the store The for fatuck in the Mil ford Hall on North Fork will liold a meeting at Milford Jpn Mondav Jiint f> 1905, at 8 o clock p m, Mrs Henry Do Wolf came over from the Post last Thursday cvenine to at tend the regular meeting of Woodcraft Circle and visit friends. Senator S A K  during the past few wucks by the great number of transient people who are looking over Fremont county with a view to locating If write me Range Horses have any range leaving word at the CLIPPKB office Mr and Mrs Fred Mills came to Lan der last Sunday and are the guestB of Mrs. Mills father, Capt, Ed Boltnd. Mr Mills will return to Rock Springs m about ten days to resume his labors as commission merchant at that place Dr W H. Ellis, of Loveiand, Colo., came to Lander this week and has rented a house with the intentions of making thia hia permanent home. Dr Elba is one of Lovelaod a best dentists and has left a good practice at that place San and wife returned from Washington 0 C hut Sundar, where they have been visiting during the past all months. After visiting frienda in Lander two or three days, they will go out to the Leokie ranch 'for the aum mer Work oommenoed last Monday morn ing on the Irrigation ditchea on the Sho- ahone Indian reservation. MO.OOO will be spent during the nut aii months in this kind of work and during the nett month thousands will be ex pended In getting the work under way. The CUFPU acknowledges tbe re- ceipt of tne initial copy of the Basin Re- publican, published at Basin City It a very commendible sheet, well printed and U a credit to the republican party and. to managers. The Cur- to another co-worker in th.rmaka, Mr. M. D, Band, who U bringlttg shipment el freight from Rawlina, met with a very palatal tecktat at Lost SoUlet Thuraday. Hie leg was badly croahed and U aald to be In a bad ooooltloo. liitin OB the freight MMd llttUbtrrtvalveyMnof age tahU only K. topw, at Wmboir wa Brook boat vrUeh 1m wffl A Blake VI r High Schacr one of the if the fatuous Schner wet t m) or ium at Atlantic City renewinfc a queintancett in the county bent at uj I of days thlH neik The Ci 1111 H knowledges n pleaMint call from whose appearance would indicate tbat Fortunes wheel wo.1- rolltnfi in us direction No less than four or nve partie- of home seekers and those desiring to N the country have tome to thin town during the last week. from all parts of WjominR from other are to be ween day inquiring about the condition-1 here find at the present rate of increase Lnn der will base to make more hotel room in order to atcommodstB thf traffic r o Sund ;i nud Uev Bishop of tho pal church hfld and wsa greeted a ver> lirpt n encp large of j ounp were conflrippd nn inborn and thr riceM were ni bv all j rt- Bishop Funsten went on to Agi Fort at ffJurh WBB (greeted large audience A is presiding bwbop of tbe diot Wyoming and Idaho coming an event m church irclw here A real estate transfer of rontndar mportanoe took place this week wherein 135 fwt of Mam wtreet property, 7 6 and 0. block 23, bantlt Th" property belonged to John Curry JHH) B purchased by E E, Coon and Fred Noble. Mr Curry one of Lander n oldest reatdenU and hu botdtnji ttfo real for yearn and. when It reached a good ralue he wild He will now spend wme time in travel Ing, TiriUnff old friends tn the Band FRANK SMITH VINDICATED. Acquitted on Charge of !-mhezz.lnit Postoffke Funds Was the Only Witness (or the Defense, But the Jury Quickly Found for Acquittal Tho very sensational trial of Prank U Smith for tbe embezzlement of fund] the Lander postoflloe came to a t in the United rourt in thin city last evening when after minuter deliberation a jury of twelve represent ative nibn of the stbte returned n ver diet of not guilty This vrrdict will be a Rource of great safciHfa  peculiar cirtum itjijices connected with the case and udging frum the testimony of at woof tbe Hitnessen it appeared that of the of Sfliith desired to auten a crime on him of which he was nnocent That the jurj took no stock m the of Mr and Mrs 0 L Km ong was apparent from tbe re urned Litigation in the United States court B very expensive and it ih to be regret ed that m addition to making good an jthcr perbon shortage that Mr Smith houjd low a positiun to which he (ghtfullj entitled He has always the genera] reputation of being n honest, upright and ciU un Under hin able management tho Bander Cl pper hot taken lU place ,mong the bent local paperbof the state As a leader in the Republican party of remont countj he has actuated sue and the confidence of the people in UB ability and integrity ban not -been hakeo in the least by the severe or leal through he has ]nv Cheyenne Leader Wl LLAO IN WHAT I'LI ASl> Brilliant Cut Class And China i PALACE PHARMACY. Phone LADIES' COLLARS, In st expresses tlie qual- ity of mj neu Lulirs Sto< k Collars flic hou cs  2o HOn Pierre N Fredin pastor Preaehmj; 11 a m and 8 p ui Ihe luornme service will he ineinor a! o the TboTi a-- McCo> POKI t4 b A R Evening subject IheVmory That 'rercometh f O O F Attention Members of the Order are herein rt to meet at J O F Hull andcr Wvooiing May luth at too clock tij Bnn_ for deoorat g Brother i, praieis MAT i H (ii Woodmen Attention UmdRner amj N Ihe World w II hold t regular Me orifll on mum p 3iMh bi n i r-to I pg ji amp at if Ju A ecml meeting of the L amp n ill Ite eld nigiit Ma) 2" at k (.FO r tt F..TIIRIXIK Clerk ubscrllierg Stockholdi. rs Meeting suls rihin- rncetinK Iht Mall nil! ho U n luno )th IflU) at 1 k p n at Milford for In i urpo-M of d( on the an I tiara t" r uf n hall to 11 uiistru tf> I at lit named plart I- Se iricb tba tot will miko tnp around the world before he reaches bia fHeadu In low ho toil MeK-rs Oscaf Albert Stnnner re in Lander and utxhftrtpd a lame niook uf sitppliw arnvid at ttmr upper Hind river bump whore thp> nrc now en in putting in tlHirBprmn (.rop-4 Iht- Rook) Mountain Bed felepnoni- To dputled to rnnko a changa in ptTM'nt rharirefi ID dcpnrtinentM of tbe sen ife Hoow tclejhonca will be thirty for tho same irauunt iicb month and outside wrriee will br rpducod 'Ihe rctluctum nil! Jowpr the cont tlwut one Ibird Tht> Lnndor ball ctub mofttlf of the former High School club went over to Fort Wanhakte Sun day and tried thf> R garor, Tho Lander IML, but it WM partly he CIUM thnir tram WM not complete, the catfhpr and two o the re of the Jar twm WM not liut the ulrongfr twim ind upend morr time in prarUcine To The Pu blic I no oit> itaxps to ami no rent as I own my luiiiraiice is lens than in a town, and I do i laige part ol my own woik and MM Tlni enables me to mukc es like the lolloping f Ii I i -J I I j r t 111 tCal I tall ii -I _ t a) f jrnl I r t 1! I 1 Vui] nl I I r 1.1 tani HI I r T Call and s( i- (Ue IK u fjodds uil) i otliei b nn- loo IHUIM roil" to mention in a sni.ih e. F. A. WELTY, DUBOI8, WYOMING. J.C.FREIVIONT i HI ii rsk F i VMU i: nr tr rv-oi s I iitdc r, U to Mr tm{ Urn Ptt Botft, Lander VIM on W fd Mr LoTering IK the wninr of Ihe RtockjrniwinR lirm of Broc on Wind rlror Thrown rnnchn> the L J. J. FREY j General blacksmithing, J Horse Shoeing, Wagon J Maker and Machinist. Pathological HorseShoe- t ing a specially. 5 Successor to H. B. Happy on Wind rtrer, Hunt croek and Da Mr. OarMt Lorer ntttRMd from WbuUrlwolUia Dif Wind rirer, Only hut Ihr far ft u-t ft( i nr I I t n nn? thai lack nf wiilPnn Id ft of mihnrlirH iikr the onlj a Imd I inn" irorrvs t haralx-rmin and liver tablets urc much mnra milft and jrenUa tn thctr and whrti the thrtr afrtion in no itifl .n 1MM' i J of I U r -s n h 1 in f i umj t nn or I n u fl t wl en nni rnld nr tho nrorfoii of Oklau 1 n Ind wntw wifp IIN 1 tho and ilortor< .rnvf Imr up Kinallj Uiolt Dr Kingx Sew for con Mirrtfitinri and roldn, r-urr-d, her and lodai w well aod It ktlh Ihe pcrrtw at all dm One   

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