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Big Piney Examiner (Newspaper) - July 11, 1912, Big Piney, Wyoming IG P1NEY I. NO. 45 BIQPINEY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1912 YKAl-! 011 Confer a Favor cpen an account ovon :'a JEvery 'new depositor .is a uew.'iopportunity to render to -come in with what you have, and any. one of the officers .or employees will gladly assist youiin .getting stai-tad. enmierer'Saftogs Bartend Trust Kemmerer, Wyo, NEW ROAD TO Ilylh-Fargo-Hoskins Co.. Banciimens and Stcctas Supply Store Clothing Boots Hardware, Groceries. don't. let anyone undersoil nil when to quality consinera- 'tion. LEAVE THE OPAL EOAD AT THE GRAHAM EANCH AND YOU COME DIRECTED THE skin Company's Big Store GeneraJ Merchandise Machinery.. ountain Trading Company The Reliable Store For the Ranch and Stockman he Largest Sfpck of Gpjjerijl Merchandise in the Gjunty Phone, Write or Call Kamondville Wyo, Be -Mil of Last the people of Piney-had the on- tho greatest number 6' peuftli: over, gotlcu togul-Iier lit any point iu this valley. It was a. celebration wiiriliy of the glorious Fourth of July, aiid Hie people who ca.'iie from afar, ns well aa those of the immediate neighborhood, nil enjoyed themselves to tho utmost. C.I'. McGlashon, former Deputy Secretary of.State, called'the assembled itfultitndes bo'order at abtful 111 -o'clock a. in-., and thus opoued Wio dii'j-s.-'fosWvitioB, As wtis most proper OH such ay occasion'h; lirsi iniro- 'dueed Oiiin Black who recited the Declaration at luilrpcn- 'dence. We1 regret that all tho people of tho district nut present'to Lear this recitation. Comparatively citiV.ciiN have ever heard it presented so well and fewer still know it us well as 3Ir, Black, siud yet.it is in many respects the im- portent document of ths American people. It deals with an episode iu history thai! will iiovor be forgotten and will do more Ins done more to instill patrio- tism into the hearls and minds of citizens than all (he lirowoi ts and spread eagle speeches since the beginning of.tlie u-orU. Mr. McGrlasheu next called on Hon. Joseph A. lilack, who gave, an address to bid the people welcome to Big Pinny. Mr Black called the attention of all to the significance of Inde- pendence day. He emphasized I ha enormous development of this republic from the ffiw scattered settlements the At- lantic coast, who defied the might of to. tho wonder- ful growth of: the present, when the United States, ouoo only n geographical expression, have become the and respected riation of the oftrtli. and Big'Piucy ball teams then ertBiiniuuil us with a bacebali "-.irr.e. It wris played nfld tliu Sfewfork 'Voii'with of 1-1'.to 7 good feeling irtovtiUcjl and every- body enjojf'3 the spectacle. In the afternoon came horee races and buckiug contests. Some of those present 'had never Seen btich ii'u oxliilij'fiou' of horsemanship, and would' uot have believed it possible' that hien conid'inauugt! these "wiM The parties winning the different prizes, are us follows. The cow pony Jim Miekelson's horse first, Floyd Norm'is horses Steve Daniel's horse thiv'd B: liorsa 'fou'rlli, In Grjfliu hors'e, endcrered'by Hilnmu, won two strnit Dan Biidd's horse took second prize r.ml Pixley's thinl. In the One Fourth mile race, free for W. E. Jlills won first prize, Hilrnan second nail Sieve Daniels third. 1 Ou.e-half mile Holmcr Hil.iunn first and loin O'S.eil second. Jleur, relay race, Floyd Horrja'first and second. Ladies' one-fourth mile Miss Daniels won first prize and MIFC Thompsori Heuond. Matched Jim JJiekelson.'s horse first and Steve Daniels scro'.ul. Bucliiug contest- Jess Stall, won first and Buckshot second. Chet Chris- man was for the worst horse. In the wild horse Dave Myers first prize, JDel'ord secuud. Foot Hitchcock first piizc and DoKord second. After those sports were over the people wen' lo the Piaey wbere tho ladies served an elegant Ivater on in the evening a dance was given :i'.d the new hall vm filled to ovorllowinjf. The ijoor was never in slmpe and the innsic'seemed better than ever. 1'aucing ccn- tiuueduntil early morning aud when are visitors for their homes, they all assure'd us that they had tiio'lime of their lives and that no mistake was inado in ctlebriliug liidc- pendeuce Day iu 13ig Piuey. The wrestling match was very interesting start to (flush. The preliminary beb.veon Bnck.shot and C.'arric Kation, was vrtiu Buckshot witji two strait falls. Tito iiriiin match between Holnier Hilman aud Frank Ooary, wmi by Hol- mer, Qoary secured the first fall and Holmer the laxl two. of HOCK JUyo. (j Gapiiai Surplus and Profifs over A Kiinlv ol'.s'uftiiMonl Bixe nlul stroir'cth nf of wa liavt- I'ui.lt iij) the' largest surplus in the of Wyoming. I i it is not convenient for you'to'cull, will liu .plcaswl Co .t teiid lo your Imsiness mail. .3 on timo dcpositn. f 0 p a W y o m i n g Wholesale Pjint Dry Tin; BAIN .VXD H 3IOWKHS HTRKET HTAClfKIl AMI) lil'IJ, KAKK.S StocK of" RP Our Prices are Low Quality the Best r-i i pal, W y o Che first national Bank.., This are I'ciijilc inn! Know tlic- Si.-iion and ('imiiiliims t'lidoi the I'l-npic .-in: Our Capital Stock is Oui- Surplus and Profits are Our Totai Resources are We icvilc your business and proniiso lihci-il, Announcement of Jos. A. Black For the rjouse of Repjresentatjves Repiiblicau Ticket To The Voters of Ulnta.County; I hereby announce my candidacy for uofninatipa on. the publicau ticket for Member of the House in the 12 legislature, fiub- jeet to the will of tho voters at tho primary election to be held on August 20, nnd ask the supjo.'t of my friends for the position, pro- mising if elected I will do my utmost to serve the best interests of the taxpayers of Wyoming. JOSEPjtl A. BIACK, Big f incy.Wyo. Watch the future wealth pf Green River The Future Wealth of the Green River Valley Peter S. Keenan, Prop. I Keinmerer Wyomir? I'p-.tc-Piilo Unr J'pol and jyij'ird 'I'.il gi'iid.': of W'iiitii, mid Ci Wateh This J, ,W SUMMON Lawyer Practice in nil Courts .Office Phono 72. Itewdcnce Phone 5 Notnry Public When in Krinmcrr-r Call and See WAN S. JONES Attorney. nt-Lnw nnd Notary Public
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