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Big Piney Examiner (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Big Piney, Wyoming BIO PINEY VOL. 1. N0.4U B4Q PINEY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1912 Your Personal Oonvenieece 'I'lic Kemmprer .Hunk A, Trust Co., invilos your poi'sonul checking account, whether large or nniill. Willingly undi-rlnl-ing to'i-afc guard umr fundii, repay on demand, i.r Irnnsl'er to iinynno you may direct, Tho balance you maintain, together with good will Mu'l couliilenei.1 is nil llm united. Come lu und yet iicqiiiiinlod, oven if yon 1mvo liokrgo amount, to dojio-ul.; l.lum'ymi will feel free tu use our Kcrvict'3 you have more. Keminerer Savfogs Bank and Trast Kemsntrer, Wyo, WWil a ft, ...__.......THE One 'of the of rimi-Hie-: und Ueform Tha Times prinlud hist I'l-furo lifuvnili loiter from 'Wyoming asking 'HIV lOII'lel'll ill IVHJ liil.i fm'imilidii a.s to OKI liuiin of lidvii.c viu Thornton, a deceased Mime v, -r it is said liifl an estilUi.' n Owen .Mf. MM: !l., i.. ,.r ,1, formerly i f .-'.enlt county, olio lire widely Ili.-u 111" lii.'irc, win; in linvii vftok III'.! Hindi, Mil' il of in. tho mfUti limy c L-M-I Mr. ,-i coilfin, li'n.'i ,1- illiij deceased wiw is lo the ii.ti. ut mid when 11 young M. Curi.y. Sulphur A. i -riji-Sg Industrial BlISlP ili'02 S Ig Piney Gleaning -gni.PregSiigjfljjipMy W. A. ScJieidier, Prop. Suits Cleaned and Pressed Laundry and Shoe Repairing in Connection All work Guaranteed BIG PINEY WYOMING, Homejjotel A. A. FIELDS, Prop. H EADQDAR.TKRS FOR STA.GE LINE BEST ACCOMODATI.O'NH GOOD MEALS Most Convenient Stopping place in Big Piney FEED STABLE, CORRALS AND VASTI'E IN COKNECTION Announcement of j. R. McMinn For Sheriff of Lincoln County REITKUCAX TICKET In nnnopncing myitolf lie a candidate for nopiipation ns hhorift on the republican ticket in Lincoln county, I wish to assure the voters that if nominated snd elected .1 will endeavor to honestly and conscientiously perfoim tho duties of my office without fear or favor and in the best interest of the tux payers of Lincoln county as my judgment jnn? indicate. Very respectfully, J.-R. McMinn, 1'OHBil, Wyoming. (Cli. ot i.) Tho is (u prDvidf. n pi of perm-i I'm inifortnii.-i.ti.' us to i of mid to mini I- eOllduct ,'U.l'T (o tht-rcby llioir (cun.'f. tho next I.i'jjglaliiro jiiPf i- will nnciijniilfttcd ill j.i, probabilily about for t of the liio law .nieiilinnod ubov.--. cil-y, tov.-n. ami village iu is eligible' for tho locution I hi' Indn-itrial Institute, the lown lo ho di.-toriuincd by M'ioof tlio people. Ihis iuslitii t'lon ivill not ho a jicnal iuntitutu" in the ordinary sense of bolts but will Ijc conducted iu u Irrfje nirnsiiro ihrii HID honor It will therefore 1m :ii, ulvnutago to the commuuity whore t is located. Any city, (own or vilhign wishing o be choson must be b; )etilion in the mauner provided b- for Uic or public oiiices. (Par. 2123, 'Jl'jr, in, 21S7, 212R, Compiled Si a utos, Under the provision! f this law at least one liundrci 'ignatiires of electors must nppeni the petition. Tho linv further provides (lint ho various counties, cities owns of tho state may make to the Stale Board of den- ies and lU'forni for the sale or i nition to tho State of Wyoming ny suitable sito or sites for H; istitntc, provided that tho iiistitu- ;on shall be located on and ouitable for nnd nuf- 11! I I lliiwcr.- Ranches For Sale I have several good for gale at very modern prices. Henry Daniel, Wyoming. jll-al Subscrlbo Kemmerer Hide 2nd for Co, I am the only one who pays the best market price for all kinds of Hides and Fwrs Marty Krjip, Prop. After floiuo consideration, liie ioard thinks that there should t least (UO acres of irrigable trovidcd, with snilicicnt water to illy reclaim it. acres e better. Tlin aititudo should nut too great. The institution should Jocaled conveniently for idl the slate so far as transportation in cerued. There should be at nn abundant supply of pure water fur domestic purposes. Tho Lion of drainage and sewerage should be considered. If a proper bite is obtained the Board believes that sufficient meat and provisions may- bo produced at the institution not only to provide for tho inmates, but also largely to maintain tho in- stitution thru the sale of tho surplus. The Board further .believes that those confined in tho instituttou should be given an opportunity to gsin at least the rudiments of an English Education, and should bo taught industrial pursuits, especial- ly agriculture, horticulture and all elaa that pertains to the cultivation o! the loil. not a to know .'.1 I' ut Wck Kty, Oeo and -fohn i'uniily, I'.r.yi'r, Jh-K (iny llccti.r, ilr. und Mrs .'ii-hiilur. jinri'iita of AFrs. frmn Lnl.c. A inimbcr of othw gentla- nii.n niune-; not were pn-ient. Si vend cf the ynung Indii! enlivened Ihe iifluruoiui with nn thii piano. The afternor-n was Ihon.'iighly by every- one present. Holliday-HucMleson f.'laiido Holliday and Jlis-r; Helen were niarri AVcdncsday. Ira .Dodge nf- Jli'lli.lay is well ill this vi'-isnly, where he has been in the of tl company' Hiss Jfiiildli son is (lie of Mr. and Mrs. ficnrgn of thii I'lncc. The young w'iil male their :il Diuiiel and Tin: IY-..UIISUI in wishiii" Iliem id! the in POKE8 fUN AT CITREMONV. Our .'ilcc! Our c'.ri'.i Our Tola! Kj3oi: v.'iiir Know :ire Fyfda Sfles Humor In Arntr! canlsms of Lectut-a Room. In hlB "Impre'Tsiona of America." adlvlft FuMa says [his about I lie Amerirnntfinia of Ihr ic-cttlre 'The speaker never ascends Ihn rum alone. He In Iways nnetini- innled by a (juarrt of honor. Ho in not allowed to mount the trihnne at once. but Is compelled to Ml In a chulr, a sort of coronation Ihroiie. While lie j For il- Hou ilta tic-ro, like some well known slk-nt porson, Imporalnr, a i" tieke! f-.r MI.I.I j juct (O Will (lift M- Aligllnt 'J'l, liml n-1. I he mi'iing if elw-tnl 111 -it f of the "I' of tbe oommUteo, presltlent of tlio PU- cfoty or liGad of a university, j orwnrd ind telia all ho abnnt: at tha evening by wtf of In- j troduotlon. Ha tellu We story an4 ennmerfttfts the hooka which may j been written by the poor ca- j Inherited Falling. Tho caller who "ilropj In for hrjl __ i rutnuto" ''ic time ISironod nyin, who tries to "rain to as-1 by four utd thero was no ume a learned exprcasloa. Tho i pro'upoa of immedlatn relief, wiK-n peakw by pronouncing the boy ol tho name of tho In a Imid volco third Uaie lu Ttat h, out for tBe pwt to rlae I tto ad to tho rending' In I "Ain't you yotr raeantlmo the man who mado I Umo 'ur ntroducttoa down In tho vacant a'n I hair and remains there until i "Husn' It I nust coHfws that It Is Dentists If tha cities and towns desiring to for lomiian of this imtitutin will iaform the IpotktTg tta maJi la tho tbo at vo atUNiL to cri-'.i! I.IR "You muatn't uilml hu aaya, Ifra. JOBOS; chiluren sncra to any. ih-in i, blurt truth rlcht out do iai'.ia-cft uc
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