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Big Piney Examiner (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Big Piney, Wyoming -VOL. 1. NO.46 THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1912 'Where you Imndlo taoiipy by dollars, ImndrodH or .thousands. 'dim fcftrl-cr iitrt'.l fnondly relations at algood i bank, tlio nooiiu- t'..ati Iho mniiy resuitiii" 'benefits.- .Op-jii an amount, no matter how small; get 'Unit mauoy ol'you-rs out of danger of or to spend; HSOI cyuvt'moiit bank check anil cultiva'to friendly at. Use Kemmerer sayings .Bank and Trust Kemererj Wya, B0ADTO ILtLL Ranchw anlSfopkiiiens Supply SiOr8 Clothing Boots Grocat'ies, don't let anyone undersoil us when to duality ccr-sinora- tioli. '-H LEAVE'THE.OPAL EWAD.AT 'THE GRAHAM RANCH AND YOU CO'ME DIRECTJIO THE H o skin Company's Big Store General Merchandise ft The Reliable Store we vv. -f "'tf Democratic Platform Wo dec.'aro it to.1ii> n fimdainuiii.ii) principal of-'the, pni-ty lliat Iho Federal Oovcruiuont nuclei tho Cnnslitution hies no right 01; [tcwcr to impono or colleol. Intics except for tho purposo o( :iu-.l we demand that thcl olhx-linn of Kuril taxes be imited to thu of gjvorn- mant Jioneatly ccionomicaH.y lininib'tskoij. Iho high lin.publicaii tariff is ll- cuuyc Iho mtocjual di.1 'How High Tariff ArnO'.-ican Labo 's ,.f The Labor, Neil i what i .ii ii y denying VFmt they are duo to iroteotive tariff. We take issue witti bem on this subject and charge bat excessive prices result'.in a large measure from tlie high tariff enacted and maintained by the lio- publican party and from trusts aud face oft he fact Unit tli'j tariff rail on wool were raised to the onfsi, limits desired by the, trust. Coj.-i mis.ioner Neil's shows lln. wages nre so low that in the woole; iudush-y (hat are fon-ed into tho mills to keep families Iroiii starving. "Of the employes in the mills." says Jfr. .Veil, "only about one-hall art males. Tlio average for all. coi'ntijig lull tiu'io tho 1'ilon Iriisit in one oi' i of Iho hi il.ivo appoarod bclj. s tl- a hi.'.fh tiirill' on wo wor. ml to the hardlv u ivr mid ouo-fmirtl of tho less than week. This is for- time work, and it only for a part of the yc.ir that the omployes arc worked lull time. fmnllics can cam only a wook, und where eommer'ciat conspiracies" fostered oncoSragecl by Juch and assert tinit no such aubstantiql relief can be secured for the people ntil iiopott duties on tho neces- of life are materially reduced aid these criminal counpiracica broken up. i c of J, LvBiack Fw Road Supervise! I wish to announce ray candidacy for road superriiorof the Big 1'iney district, Kubject to the will of the republican voters at the primary to. to be on August 20, and aik nipport of my frie'ndn. J. L; BLACK, it Big Piacy, re tjio w.ifo ot'lc'n is for. to farm thens ty-ttiv day and tpiwork hers-.ir IP. orclor to icep tho fnii-ily alive." This i-fiport .furnishrd the final .-U'tiT h> Hut llic DL-IIKI- crats in Ooilgrfwh have bei.n muliiiif; of Iho high tariii' fraud upuii labor. It is an rcpnif. ainl the- nill CWMOIV i-iiv Ilial Jlr. Neil vhirh epitlnit tfcoiS ajiplied all he newspaper ivritTr.-- and observers vim ivouflo J'awr'Hicc; lo investi- A few rtjiys. r-ofoYo lid's report wan ssiii-il, the. Kt'-i.Hi'ijinins met IM eon- 'ontion in and sol 'innlv to tlifr larilV program. They Iliiiir '.SHU c oid ibout I: and "the Amc-icau stnndur.l and Kvury owner tht'jn-o.it mills in New Kugland 'is u multi- millicmaire aid'ojlt'of'these owners is rated at mlllicnis. Vi'obiJ, the preH'-lonl ui Iho trusl, testified iu court, that he bud .if all track of the numb-.-- of auto- obilos ho invricil. The Neil rcipoi-t einelirs Ihe Dcm- ocraiio couVen'liun tBat the high tin-it) rates 'now 'are n sham and ft fraud of The Leader. Wholesale ERAL JilliJl ft 1. tX. S Shots Of .Prices are 'Low s i t' f o rn'i n for Election of Roosevelt The Republican national com- mittee in' 1909 misted for Iheo'dbre Roosevelt's presi- campaign 'according to free. 11. 'then of thai coramittc'e, who' testified today hefore the senate' campaign <-ou- tritinHoug conifelteb.' Mr1, Coitelyoli testified that at beginning ot the campaign he )md laid down rules M to con- iribufion'jfexc'ipt ia rara casts as tlio progressed. One of rules woSrait there should be- no promise o't aMachsd to Our Stock is Our Surplus r-.nd ProfiU are VI Our Tfe'uil We invite luihjuCKsnnd trralini nt. Peter S. Keenan, Prep. Ksmmerk The Future Wealth of the Green River 'Wyoming iontrilmtioaii, he fiaid.r -'Sl' Oartel- you tblii of one 'contribution Itottd utder tbat rule. Pool nuil JiiH.ird TalJcw i'.s hnd M'hen in- and-S-ee- 'V.'M c; IVAN S. JONES Attorney. a and Notary PuUici
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