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Thermapolis Record (Newspaper) - August 12, 1905, Thermopolis, Wyoming VOL. THERMOPOLIS, FREMONT COUNTY, WYOMING, AUGUST 12, I9OB. NO. 32. PUBLISHED A T THE MECCA OFTHE AFFLICTED, AND THE FtfTURE COUNTY SEAT OF HOT SPRINGS I Y North-Western Is Very Active Fatal Shooting At Lost Cabin Pete Anderwn Killed by Indian Boy A fntfll shooting occurred Wednesday afternoon on the mouit j tain between Lout Cabin und the Road Bed Being Rapidly Gotten In Readiness for Laying Tics and head of Nowood, and about mil from the former piiue A named Pete Anderson who ban u of sheep leaned from j H Okie and an Indian bo> who IB working for the name man got m tu u dispute over runge, and tht 11 ilocka became mixed The numt authentic reports ut hand Buy that Anderson wae the in tin trouble that followed At an) rate the two men met und began whoot ing at one another. The boy got behind a third man to protect Mm- self from Andersons tire Ander sun received two bullets in body aitcT died the next day while being1 brought to Lout labin tor treatment Up to last accounts WORKONPLA7TERIVERBRIDGE _., Chna. Duncan andeon. hn'd tj a H tiers near the a fcUy oi I )end wood, have been near the big hill on thia Bide of tibe river for t'ie past week The North H -Mer Railroad a will be done in WKJ of Cha8 NelBOn pnnlmijf itn work vitforou.lj on nnd rails until trama can be a ftw nf tamp (he rueiMinii from from Caspar! taken acrogo ttlf LARGE QANUS OP MEN AND TEAMS WORKING ALL ALONG LINE westward Large Kxngt of mfn j Kilpafrlck BTOB Collins arc jnd tsauiB ore camped Ml punhing- the grading work with the rontf, and dirt flying tlieir aiAuctomed energy The Uie boj had not been drreetril and tu make-the jfrade for lieu undl jfroHteat difticultj that ex un the UB the dead man 1H HniO to Hie Hlalte river bridge IB penenced IB in Betiinngf men to do been the aggressor it in probabk hiult fast an a large force the work, but Urge numbers are that no preset ution will follow nit'n and competent engineers tthippefl in-all the time and Anderaon leasea a living ut i Ldt1 Jo it Material for the Powderjtlu rankBof the army of workersare I abin I nver bridge is being hauled by being LOnlinuall) recruited HAIL KILLS SHEEP teama from C aaper and it iwexpft t- I ed that there will he no delay when that atream te reached Not much life on tin t.onie m a ftate reserve, h nple of daje ago Joseph H> rne of Philadelphia Meeteetse Has A Fierce Fight Well Known Citizens of that Town Indulge In street Duel SLANE AND BARCAFER SHOT ONE AND POSSIBIY BOTH OF THE RE- COVER New Phone Line To Reservation Separate lines to Thermopolji and Lander III. dent J m t Hell l.h iimen Hi ,t m ,kmk prc, .t. 1 h f DJ known in luqiMint PM think of '11H w nl Jaik both well known tailed to -1 in- M ir ift r i. h h I tuiiRhfl n i) in 1 tii and VS i of Sund.tnce, M. t-rUe m a hloo.lj n u ,_ MJJ battle m the itreetw of tlmt town wlm n. 1 I i I i lt pointM to the torn pletion of the wurk long before the time named in the contract ajLcx Milne loftt about hft> head of ateep during a hail at lant Friday afternoon, the Gillette I Alex aaid he has been m this countf) man} }earp and has upen the result of many hail storms hut t never did he see one to compare] with this Stones fell large an u fist and mowed the sheep like hull eta T he "i hiu k w wgon waa di rettlj in the pwfh wtorni from the tU.uk, building a dipping Nut when it occurred and knew nuth ing ui Ihe storm until returning tu camp Rome hours after tu bud the rtriult UB stated Milne whu WUH in charge of the bund ep cuped W4thout senoua mjunea, but received man) pamfnl- about the head and weHt li.nik of the the 1) (lOtthen with his wife and little are ruioytng the for .t tune fliej from HUIM il i rfii'l ATC here for an outuiK md m of udwoud A D art- (.atuped on the iiortJi aidt-
of AuifUft me, at tht hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon at the front door uf the HoHtuflue in the Town of Theruioix onn ty of rremont, of the undermined whentf of Paul Bounty of I-remuDt will offer ut a public Bale the following properu to wit nud i utidider Slane nr, Slane ,md Oftue of Town Clerk wifp Chun Slane and TTifts rherniopulln >o 7 1905 irjte.cnan hlane and nifis -Vfciiie Tnp ineHlllff th. Town C ounul of the fow n ofTlurmopo Todd took pnxaie to ,ip at the Town Hall at mu u m August the JJieeteetse W ednewjay to 1905 Slsne, who was shot Present 1 C Knderl) in that lowTn onnctlman Mardu McGrath U hnderl) Absent A Beljb 7iit in inn tea of (be List regular meeting re rrad The bund of Marshal A B pi rd and ordered hied The report of the Town Treasurer for the rmmth of JtiU JUfi waff pre united dnd n .id showing H balam f of 7U1 ul m the hands of llu trent-nrer belonging to the Town, the same IH apprmrl and ordered fikd Th u< h ubar, H I mbar I l J.irk itt'l wif tin B did not hold tht n rrgul ir iiKetmy On the firyt in nut with in a HI rau In the mellee ht be it w MI ml md h I i 1 t aieil up both clamping .nd I Hurt ifrr 1 ihr full h pounding M ne H t n m n horrible of it hot in ihr ml It r md iiMnnrr aide uiakiny i n nut er if morning short U be or run tut In forr HIS o t lock met and at fatal He i man m ent nu e In d buttlt in the ground ph) ftiL-al stronvith tin. h Vi ill help i floor room of a hmlding where hjin in battle Uni t me IH I >dnmg differ would be h ipelem t In hrm began H hoot ing but psunful bm f m all rep rTn somewhere from n> not thought to emlangir hiu life t n i i MhotH were tned He will be laid up for long tune si j ne Imrru d up to room ami rile HOO e utonfit may tirn he un f .h. I on I'oirtnn reck .r flu tho ,n ,n tin hrll ,iupHnj will trie photic ImrK (hit pjrf< r alrra.h u ]ttie frimi r t.. K mid Hill from win h p nnt the luif hr t Ihr-rmi IIM m, I I r J hr i imp i ti IH n pit p inny to nut tl tn ml irf nit r tht rontf from i-pM t K mi I Mil) a tr par tip h inn fr< m t. ,-j, i I mdrr md i 1 Thn m pot IK Art fir IM K Hill -i it two mi'fK oi i tht tcli phone hnt will parallt 1 the ,ul but k Hill on -I A Imp uill tu be I tuli to I thr -hoshone ,ition Ihe Imil lint, of Hit rulnnd t t irnitinn haw rt rtiillrd in llu i of ,1 rfiinrkuble work done the pion erx who blazed tht irnl from ird ith nn.'rrmif chour the best HLrosH (entral aurideno peifeU that ihcrnirortil piijimtfrH taken i mi OK t idt ntu the same r mte thr no% r ulrn id t HBiny the trail the ttlrpllnm built along it no th m neven tunes between anprr other route been more feasible would been Jeft fur off (he line tribune ACROSS STATE I pit iiifnt MTK II ti t nl t ir iud il lit inn i Ii prt -ent the I Ii ThehrtM m mth i UK new htt ,1 ir rmlfil Mon 1 I tie t 1 'the purpose of LOriAiriiUing a (l U) tll> i with tross anna, influlatoni tnd WITLB set in the atreeta and ul of Thermc puJiR upon the State Keserve tween Thennopohe and the Horn Hot Springs, At -_ All w and elettni a] hslnree in the build lugs in onung At I" Kight of way and euaetnrnt in street S and alleys of Thermopons yommcr At nfl f mf nn cath if luia 7. 8. y, 1U, U and 12 block umiiiitttr on IK and I lie fullowtng tulip were precrntec! nlluwcd MM PiTBenteri Nature uf i iHtvtru Light (.o.St larupa me> iumbtr work on Bin rtf nieulp for f town Imll referred 1 1 marshal Jul> daiuO KM i ttj rnarshHl Juh MM Bttorne) Ut quarter flalarj mnji r Ut quarter salary roum ilnmn Ut quarter nalary rouni quarter nrtlHr> rounnlmnn Ut qnnrter QU1CKIV (rt i r w JB bn lit hen from Pit hf ik r m h iw wutlf KO from rht uin-nom (hut In hud to be ciirru d to the bath honwr buthmji HI I- I jonew 1 lewsant tew thnc ht to wolk qmtt well and (x fon the week WHB MIR rmunnn uppurenil't an at new Auk Mr Ponnoscr what IH thf g euteot thmy in thr world and he will tell )ou thai thr Big llu n Hot are a H-, iihtwd of anj tiling he hearil of [Ml di adjourned derk Appro t. f-M N P J} nmt anil w ere coming do mountain BIO SNA KB M f we, i hrId rimnnter rattler off Ihr mileli (rom fourth bration Thr f JnU rng wad up in the road t n Mpiritrd tiHitlr thf "lie in bagging him The rxart mfcf of bin fmnkuhi p ucjxmenl nreth not but IIIH rim) br judged from thf fact that and rtenonf turned out for a good hr carried U rattlcf to hclpcmpha wot re-aJlied to help time l l rcniarki 1 hfdllhful n ic p ipn I i r ith flu nn op iliB irtuhH f UK r imd H.MIH txittd iti ,11 h ittt 1 tin filed m tin offli e f ,IILh tin MI n t ir) of M itf if the >nm up miong them k m f r t u (UK r.illrunil m M in tin nt-v. ill. Ihe !oi i omp.ui) of the _ utiU rn IH now i uiiftiu t -n fiom i r l UNCLE SAM S CASH Ihe flitiK t'f the artulep mi Unit a m import mt mnonnt eineut oflu of int> I tl t tt r ,Hlv made in the UK orporatum PrnmP11, th n tin htm pupera to ihc rttci t thai the cum Hpe-nt H "i m u t h m k pan) hai ,j till ui it i" r ulro id line fn m in 11 nn, B( re .1 I f.l tl tt IH il WHP rh anil uorlherl j cliri tion l udm prrt I tut through Natronb Big Horn ire Hu( ,ril- ,lpt] w IH njunl und 1 mta i uuntien to a IM, int ,1, r f] t v t he I
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