Big Piney Examiner, August 8, 1912

Big Piney Examiner

August 08, 1912

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Big Piney Examiner (Newspaper) - August 8, 1912, Big Piney, Wyoming N. 01 1 BIO PJNEY, VVYOMINO, THURSDAY, Ai 60 Ji) Acrec dui: prosperous And liicire fe cnaiiot start Inlinj; Ihtir "lirnt liiu will lio in lii'.u.-l i torefjt succeed. .j per n-.oiiiU lit !i pci-fcnt M( 00 .0 yoars nnrt two nionlhii. 'Wie r; SVO. suiBp siii! Tnislk, KBiliGfei1, Oi- LP.IV.! "cr tin- iii-iiiiii O.iii-c. Ifiii r sit r 'of (i.OifO ncie'i or :m..... able tin. ,-vi. I, the be i.ojepted ii by if i: ch'.'fk amounting to ten per of unpaid 1.IU jhe hid r.i'compjinits thin... TIio Mir. '.v.-ik'ra! iieut ditch mid arv tracts of from iO to ucrr-i. A 1.1 wood tho snmo time 2J.'Jii same luuds will !-o ofcY'rod hi If. :en ye! r period is tamed from tho u! :uv fSj i the agency at Wi-id or .by usually i a'.Uressing Imlian KiTiiir at Washing L'iie sannt.o has ,S" Kj Warren's bill to establish :l experiment sV.lioa at Lander i direction cf the bureau of Genera! Merchandise Machinery..., do so, i r j I ho I MtAuL.iivjii v.t LIH-; utiiuiui UL I The meastiro appropriates j for buildings aud equipmaul, iind for the first year's salaries of c0'' J iu charge. j hj i ,o. i.. BIG PINEY, W. A. Scheidler, Prop. i Suits Cleaned and Pressed Laundry find Shoe Repairing in Connection work Guaranteed BIG PINEY WYOMING. ffiHSSSSESSiffijr f iiiffl A, A. FIELDS, Prop. IT E A D Q U A II T K J! S OR S T A 0 K LINE 13KST ACCOMODATIOXS GOOD JIKALS. Most Convenient Stopping piece in Big Finey FEFD STAULK, COIiltAI-K AND PA-STM' IN CdNM-CTION g i '.l I-..-; r-. cki and ii! M A H The house ban passed the -bill n !M grnntiug to sotllera on reolainnfiou I.cnU out' fo- 'i" r il'ii projects tho right to patent aflor live years, the bnlaiice of deferred tfillw with p. He -n n. payments becoming a first lien ou resouts :.i Le tho entry. This will allow settlers named liin to perfect title in five yearn, subjjct j _____ ____ only to tho lieu. l''or the past month b3e'j in. n.ival circles, and from one end of thu world to. the otlier tho telegraph has carried-Uie story of the wonderful Ii J.Jig Pinny wi1-: iiinj lust '.n iLeCruii, to., irv C.iroy, anclHon. lions i (.In mist, speed attained by tho battleship j (1 boarinir tho name of Wyoming. Mr. JlnnUlaehaa an-.l thu to outfit for ft Inrsobank trip thru 'llowstniic Tvil-lc. Thi'v ro- Tliia great vassel outaailod her sister, tho Arkansas, and holds., tho title for ont uiy- l.utUe- j with hip alloul. ngo (1l. 011 Warren stiu-ted in to get a lint- Of ur Prices are M'l tleship unined after his stale. AH each wns proposed lie went over the plans with this thought iu IIo was o'fiirod us lit boaroiM of title, but refused to 1111- ,il tlie great battle ship ;utt coin- wiis proposed. IIere_ WHS a ship worthy of the anino "Wyom- vyhile the people of the state nre congratulating themselves ou thy wonderful tpced by .his sea minster benring the .sf.ute'b name, it should not bo overlooked ;liat this fact was made possible Jirn the insistence of Sun.ilor :en the state would lave belm put oil" with one of the class .ooking For Information Messrs, J. JI. Kelley, of nn, and Owen Laughliu, of Jit, Sterling, were in town Monday ou of 5. K, McMinn For Sheriff of Lincoln ItKl'UBMCAN In announcing myself us a cnndiclate fur as nheiiff the ticket in Lincoln, county, i assure ihc otors tiiat if find elected I will omlonor in iioiif >tly and .-.nscieniiivFiy i-fifcim (lie diifio; of my rll'.iii fn.i1 or fnvor id in the Lest inlcrtMs of the of coiuity MM my dgment may iudicato: Very respectfully, J, It. lIcTdinn, I-'osivil, U' oiuiiniaj. Thi-y will -rocoe-l J'al! Ki'.vr Kf] and IFolo return io In J3i-; W i from Jitu1 imprest Alujor I il I to th tho inns-is Ci! Co., of have- 1 i I'.n-i Our Capiini is Oiii- Pi-olils are arc tho hunt of information ooncernin Koc-kla 'J-hornton, who died re- ovcr cently in Wyominp', leaving, it is a handson'-O fortune, Mr. Kelley married a Laugblin. The Times started the hivestiga- .his fail. Ihe.y ill a 1. Rtmcbes For Sale have several good ranchefi for kt ?ery mcddrn prices. Henry ay, Daniol, jll-al for Tho Examiner. 16INAL S NOT Kerarsr HiEls aid For Co. I the; only one who pays the bett market price for all of Hides Furs Harry Krup, tion by printing a Jutter, a few weeks ago. send to .SherilT Kd. Smith, asking for the heirs of Thornton. Thornton IcR Scott county for tho West when lifteen years of age, Ho lived iu White Sulphur neighborhood. He I engaged in mining. It is said that tho osl'ile is valued at over Georgetown Times. Townsite Survey Haying will begin on the gito land in ft few days and im-! mediately following, Engineer Donuld will begin the work of sur- veying and platting out the laud.'j It is thr.t by this lime ipxt your atl.'ast M ueir buildings will on the land and our town fairly launched on tho road to Mr. cx- to be able to complete the ditch tbw full. lha of i'l'1 v hinds A of sotllci'-i i iv bo mid jl bids thl'l.l V.I i- i j lajiiii, i-. I'. ''i ir: -i 'i'i come. l hi-.i'e thor.e v.'ho ili.-lii-hii f r il' :i: l1. iii d'}; returned fimn Kelp v-.r.r and i1 1 ilivtr plies. I tin- heavy rain vliich ihis vi- v.ilhin live ycrn-.i will more j cinitylftst wi pr.t and I'o.i'l inl'i very yoars and it hnil as nl Ih'.i Th.; ;.-iil'u, nf In. along the here iiilh; .towns Opal had 10 of in He spent flcveral dnje iu Kcm-1 merer r.nd thf.t to-.rn im-j" Xhc Kximiiner j.rn p.-.-oiisj l-e! ;