vb. (alternative spelling of bags lay dibs English)
Housing Units (2000): 197
Land area (2000): 0.493033 sq. miles (1.276950 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.003741 sq. miles (0.009688 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.496774 sq. miles (1.286638 sq. km)
FIPS code: 04740
Located within: Wyoming (WY), FIPS 56
Location: 41.035575 N, 107.657399 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 82321
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Usage examples of "baggs".
Old John Baggs, the city's best known miser, had suffered a murderous assault in his little cottage upon the outskirts of town, and was even now lying at the point of death in The Samaritan Hospital.
That robbery had been the motive was amply indicated by the topsy-turvy condition of the contents of the three rooms which Baggs called home.
In the first place it seemed quite evident that the robbery at the Prim home, the assault upon Old Baggs, and the murder of Paynter had been the work of the same man.
Abbie Prim's disappeared and Jonas Prim's house was robbed jest about the same time Ol' man Baggs 'uz murdered, er most murdered--chances is he's dead by this time anyhow.
The excuse of a lost note book had taken him back to investigate and to find the loot of the Baggs's crime wrapped in a bloody rag and hastily buried in a shallow hole.
There were reproductions of photographs of John Baggs, Reginald Paynter, Abigail Prim, Jonas Prim, and his wife, with a large cut of the Prim mansion, a star marking the boudoir of the missing daughter of the house.
We all know now who killed Paynter and I have known since morning who murdered Baggs, and it wasn't either of those men.
They think they are being held merely as suspects in the case of your daughter's disappearance, whereas I have known since morning that they were implicated in the killing of Baggs.
Suppose, then, it'd been on the premises and somebody shoved it in the cupboard and the Baggs hadn't taken any notice of it and suppose the Hewsons just happened to pick it up like they said and pay for it all fair and above board.
The Hewsons brought it with them and planted it in the cupboard when the Baggs weren't looking.
Governor Baggs, it is stated in a written memorandum, was not dead, but mortally wounded.
Only the other day I was writing in these Roundabout Papers about a certain man, whom I facetiously called Baggs, and who had abused me to my friends, who of course told me.