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Big Piney Examiner (Newspaper) - July 25, 1912, Big Piney, Wyoming B I Q WYOMING, THURSDAY, 25, 19J2 Your Personal Convenience ff i The Koinmorer Bunk Trust invitcH your personal checking Account, whether liu'RO or jnnnll. to unto guard your fiHuiln, repay on dojmmdj or (ramfer to anyyno 'may diroe.t. The Imlmico you maintain, together 'SVitli Jour good will anil confidence iti nil tho uomjionKiiftbn .'nakpd. Coino in got nciiunintoil, ovouit you liivo 'jio large amount to deposit; than ''you will ii'ael USD our Horvicos' sYhou you htvu mow, r' Iprorer Savings and Trust Kupprer, Wyo, BIG PINEY MERCANTILE .e o m P A N v General Merchandise ....Farm Machinery.... BigPpv Uleaoing and -Bprtg gppaiiy SW, A. ScheidJer, Suits Cleaned and Shoe Al! work BIG PINEY in pmnectiofl Hoifle Hotel A. A. FIELDS, Prpp.. HEADQUAETEKH FOE STAGE LINE BEST ACCOMODATIOKS GOOD MEALS Most Convenient Stcppirg in Brg Piney STADLF, COEEALS AND PAST IK IN CONKKCT10N of 3- R- For Sferiff of Mricoln County AX TICKJ5T In anuouucitig myself as a candidate for nomination an' sheriff on tho ticket in I wish to assure the voters that if nominated aud elected I will 'endeavor to honestly and conscientiously perform tho duties of my office without fear or favor and in the best of the tax payers of Lincoln county a.s my judgment may indicate- Very rospcc.Uully, J. U, Fossil, Wyoming. The Tpwnsite Succeeds of ''the' Bmld i i U Mrs. Josephine limld nn agrepiudiit. !o Koll tlm land MiuUi 01 uie niiun '.road' between W. II, TffoitK nnd a point tlm dislmice of u 'small city block cunt of tho roi-idelioo nf .1. lliuld .to (ho amount of fiO ncrcR, option ciirrii-i wiih it the agrcciuvnt Umt'STr.-'iJudd cciases to rdfjil'liMi a (own at. -Marblo. fir national jN'p IH the I ton.intlio event Hint' tlto option .limit, which in September now to lumouiU'.o (lint a Millii'iout uumlicr of .our oilJx.oiw Imvo signed for Hie jnnvluiBO of Join to warrant cloning tlio option ami up [irojiurty Mini .Biicli will dono. At tliiH time it in well, for who Imvn not thought to tlio ]irm'.licnl HJdu of tbe jJvujioKiliuu I'Diwl .tlioso fncts It in probably nfcosstiry t" nxiKlrnrt n on tbo went and noutli sideH of cxouvntcid taliard- low places must bo filled and clriiiiicd, over miltR of streets nuist bo laid out and eventually nnd over trees should lio planted. 'Iho is willing to (Icrolc the rccoipLs from tho of tho lota to these purposed ns (lir us it will go imtjl these things have been aoi'.sinplishod. At thin wrilinff tho atibscriptioi) for is ,to take up Mr. Buddx option for tho jnirclmsi' jirico nnd lenvo'a smiill Biirjjliis for improvement wort, not, to r'pni- plete all the worlc contemplatefl nm very desirous of jjrogrof.ting as far as poH.sible with Hint iicrwaiuy before winter and there nru probably many would like to own lots but cannot pay all cash, .rui invitation. is extended to sub- scribe for lots on the organization terms uf rebate on each lot from on map with Ira Dodge, August loth. of payment will bo nrriipged according to tlio uecessitios of each individual I sinc.orely trust that tho entire surrounding country will join'in tins movement to make this ercryhodys town and to maliB.pf Big Piaey tlie best inland town in Wyoming. Bespecthilly, I'. Capital Surplus, and Profits over A 'Onnl; of milVn-ii'iit niul I" laki1 rmv nf ynu. iivcr ii'irs til' co'iV-ii'i v'.iiiu" we tinvi1 lunll Mi'lllll thi! largest sin li it is lii.l tend lo your business l'iy jj'iViil.''' Ililcre.st paid oh deposits. g ijp begin Trials The new will weigh anchor the 'aval vtnrtli bound for Rockltnd, te., a board of Crump officials experts lor licr ail. ijhe trials are strenuous nnd at tiro On TviJl speed course, in the she must alio 20.5 linote au hour. On the .me day also will come her stan- irdiznt.ion runs. On the second vy will come tho four-hour full ower run. then will (comu the 24- mr 101-kuot run, the two hour n burning fuel oil nnd coal at the mo time, and at t3jo mime time, nd at the end will tprnen 32-hour ,-knot run. On her return she 11 receive (mother inspection nt the Cramp Company's yards. have to be phicod upon'the Woodmen of the World moling' pfpiMTHtiona for n bj during tjbjC State Fair whic held tlrisyeiir froTii September 2ithl' I'O 27th inclusive. lodgn ,havo nsltcd Stutc Fajr Commissioners to naijye a cjhjite. on wtych they can best members of iho lodge to go Douglas, pud that they will then irrnnge the details of tho meeting Tom the lodge standpoint, expected that S. O. W. i wil! he tbc largest attended lod Heeling ever iit'id in the stale. Special features for this year's nre being worked up lit the Commissioners and the amusements 1 fur exceed anything of previous Gov, Issues Call For Third Party Tho voters of all counties of Wy- liiiKi without regard to past polir cal difference1, nre in favor of gressive measure, who believes nore liberal 'aud nnd other laws 'ccting western interests and their Took Hilj on a Run Amos Smith took dinner in Kem- ini.ri r iSuuday on his way to KVIIUK- tmi. ncconipiiniud by his ranch John aud Chniift'er from Kv- Tuesday lie wan picked up Wholesale Retail GENERAi, JSJRRCHAN- DJ1SE Pry 60003 DAIN ,STHKET H Kmwit Wyo mi ng This uri! This iSw.-liuii ujjil Kndei Officers of tjie JJoard 'I'e.'iph; mn] Kpfiw the WluVli dip !u-l; Our Capital Stcclc is Our Surplus and Profits are r 00 Our Total Resources arc r flOQ.OOO.OO invite vour prmuioc lijii'ral, liberal admiiiistratinn, Ih-miondvillo for exceeding the the nominntion nnd election 1 ri progressive mnn for the JVesi- dent of the I'uited Slutnsi and who nil else believe that the people of State of Wyoming should govern tho state, ai'e requested to Ranches For Sale I have several good ranches for Bale fit modern prices, Henry Daniel, Wyoming. jll-al KenimerBF Hide afld Fur Co. I am the only one who the beat market price for all kmdi Hides and furs 'frfo.icnhe for Tho Examiner. Harry ;.K t up P'.f O p.. to participate in a meeting at Chi'yeuue at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, July 1012, and then aud there to. discuss tlie politienl af- fairs of the state of Wyoming and to select three delegates and three alternate delegates to represent the Stajo of Wyoming at the' Progres- sive Convention called to im-t t in Chicago oil August 5th, 1012. The 'people at liie several counties may, if they deem it best, select delegates to represent them I'.t the meeting. The call is mule in this manner for the reason that there is no time to elect delegates under the primary law nnd because the nnmcs of elec- tors fcr a progressive, ticket will hpi- 1 limit. Xol knowing of tlie spei 1 limitatiim lie look Hie hill at alii n! 18 iniles an hour. Our syni- y ifoc.s oijt Jo n'Jio is N very careful driver, mid who w.-i.- wilb'jijf adinit an csce.ss but tuok strong of ror-klofis driving. Mr. expects to romiiii on the rail' ii until shipping time, and HIIVH auw eoiulitior.1! on I'iuev looking better than at present. K.'-mmorer Cnmerii. Announcement of Jos. A. Black au Tii-ktt For the Hays li'-p To The Voters of Cintii Co.ui publican ticket for MeinUr tin- Housi-in tin- 1-' h- ji-i-t lo ilit! will (if iho vntM-s tlii' prim.'iit Aiigiirfl 20, aud usl; the of my friends for tin- misiii'r 'f tint. 1 will do my utmost in fil the M A. fil.ACK. Dig i'ii.cy. I hereby announce self a Candidate for nomina- j tlon for the office of County j Treasurer of Lincoln County, Wyo., subject to the will of ARflO'jflcement of J, L, s For Road Supemsor to 1 vi.-sh to uniioiiiH'fi-my eini'tidai'v oud supervisor of the Hig Tinf-y jet, hiibjiii't to the will of blinin voters (it the primary to I held an August 20, and! i i the Republican VOtert at1 the sujiport of my I i. the primary election to be J. U held on August 20lh, Ks BEN BELL. i if':
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