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Big Piney Examiner (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Big Piney, Wyoming IQ VOL. 1. NO.S1 BIQPINEY, NVVpMjNjQ.TfiURSDAV. AUCiUS'I Protect Wyoming Some 'days ago the Ijcpr.; j and subsequently the Loader i cised the Wyoming- in general aud Senator Wiiriva in particular for alluded dereliulion of duty in not securing- water viguts from the Big Laramie, and other Wyoming rivci-i ..to these papers our members of con- gress should iu some unknown manner have acquired water rights .from the Big Ijaraniie and other rinterstate streams and held them for the people. The entire sent congress. '-A good many 'ru-1 Tho officers publicans seein to inive had spirit taken out of them by Sunday after they had lost tie trace of bandit for a ranges so'utli 1'iiri: possible fact that a majority of the member- ship is democratic, but not so with Moudoll. He lift" kept ,right on at work as tlip Jho 'political I guarded again, j Sheriff Shdrji complexion of the -house had not'the Salt were keo'pi: changed and to ;ust as lookout for .1 strong a factor iu western j the city. legislation, its tho still chairman cf the public lands committee. "One reason for this is fact that he-is recognized as the best posted imm in congress on western lund matters, has a reputation for. ter was pure Tv.micombe, intended fair, and .parties ire jiarisau to deceive readers and prejudice legislation affectfng'-ilia 'west, their miuds. Every intelligent Tuo members of the committee readers knows that the only way to still consult with him and secure a water right is to lite an bis on questions therefor in .the ofiiee of public lauds which. has plication the state eugir.eer, an ap propriotiou thereof, and thercjirtel use the snme. No person can hold water rights the people, whether, they are members of congress, state .officers or what. In referring the Booinerarig" and Leader com- ments, Senator Warren says: reclamation service has never had anything to do, nor have I, with the Larauiie Riv arises iu Colorado, (lows into Wy- oming and furnishes water for peo- ple on the Laramie plains, 'Wheat- laud colony, etc. President Carey of fhn Wheatland projectand otbeis should have protected that lonjr ago. After the water was stoleu C4overnor Carey and others com- menced n suit now in the United States court. Tlie Pathfinder 'ilnm Only one-third of the cost was Wyoming money: "two-thirds was Nebraska hence the water wan divided, a portion going into Nebraska 'the .bttlnncc to Wyoming. All French creek and Saratoga valleys projects legally and regularly pre- souted have had water accorded them by the interior department.' All Wyoming projects proposed under Snake river have been ac V. >T, McNish, n'.cowboy pu Thor.ufojJ'n nmuh, Thornton say he was born in county, Kentucky, BO ho wi'uto of that counly, with tho re- sult that tho Laughliu and Kelly families of Lexington town, B. Berry 'cf this city to find heirs and establish their claim. from there will follow in due course it? settlement proceeds under tho pew south-side Wlinlen canal. "Tho amount, already expended iu Wyoming for government irrigii- tiou worlts, including Shcshoui, The whole amount collected from publicJauds in oming for reclamation funds is only Hencn, Wyomiiig has bcea liberally treated UK to expeudii tnre, having received twice as much from tlio outside as the state itself has furnished. 'Settlement under these ditches aud tho Path- finder reservoir will be accorded water for irrigation as 'the project may require tho same as Dr. Wilson and others. Ask him how much he got. "The land office and interior de- partment officials inform us tliat Wyoming is nearer .current in ad- justment in its Carny act and other land matters than' any ,_ otlier Republican. Ceu.trql. project be elm-god to this e'ud of tho the, finuj. having been jjpj. made by tfee, secretary the hi-; tc-riorlast week. As a matter of fact tilers never has bean material delay caused by officials of tho in- terior 'department. When Gover- nor Caroy aud Commissioner kins wca-e bore last winter they were told by tbe jest 03 they had lieeu previopsly.i assured byj members of the-'Wyoming delega- tion; that thu i government stood f to make the 1 ACC, acrofjs the Wyoming line and !i alfway thru TJtak At 'times the (rails the rnountJiitis whre so democratic member from Cojonido, oxperidnceiV. great dif- in work of tlln'pve- (iculty in kecpihg after their man. charge, b otll'T il il: brothe: was I toil of keeping n sister. estate.- Lender. Wyoming Goo .1 Roads Con ll In'.ii: 11 btllorinpiit. of n. I i.roprsi'.'n-. rur.ln on f If, you urn in'civilcd in (h and ('lit .in wilii Dennis jiositiou to do nil nd George- Attorney JJ. be jiiFililii'd by calling on him. Tlie UintaCou U WILL irst Atthua FA EVANSTON, WYOMING Sept 26, This being tbe first and .inly ciposilion of its kind 'AVestern Wyoniiug, it will limit., to display aud'ar.verlisi: ri-d'i'ct.i of our suil nnd range. Our Syj'pius and Profits arc Our f rln! Resources are 00 Wo i three Days of Sp.ler.did Consisting of Baud Horse Racing, "lin.nciio tests, c.lc. Entertainment and afternoon Con- MMISSION 'COMPANY WILL CONSIST Of mid Dairy A'roducU; THE CtEXERAL Live Agricultnni) Fiowers aud-Plants; licys' and (iirlsl work: Xeedle and Fiiur.y vvoHr: Arts and Crafts; Culinary- Taxidem.y: Jlinep r.ud 'All entries of of all c-tibita-i f-'eveiy'ldnil. intcnde 1 In 'be sliown at the 1'air must'bo madersto 'Hecrttury lidt i'ator than thd '20th of 'September, ea lo llecord fc: W 'The Firm That has Seliirfg Range Cattle -WILL11. WOOD, Mar.cger ar.c! Cattle Salesman H. J. Cf.walci Cattle Wm. J. Orchcrcl Cattle Salesrr.ah Capital -r
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