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Big Piney Examiner (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Big Piney, Wyoming B i Q PINEY EXAMIN VOL. 2. N.O. BIG PINEY, WYOMING, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, PER YEAR I Democratic Rally On Friday evening fast, a Dom- qcrntic the 'first in the re- membrances of, "the people of Big Kuey, was hold in' tho beautiful -.and spacious .hall, erected by Ihe Budd Biollicr in riiiey, and which .Would >ba -a credit tn'imv purty thixt came 1'i' froih the their ciniuis for piliee to (ho good people here '-ere Him. J. E. Kenurk-k, eimdiJafe for thu U. innate, C. 1'. Ai-ucld, of litu-amie, Ivan' B. Jones, candidate'for Prosecuting Attorney, Tanner, looking for the qfllee of Assessor, and lost but not least, James I? Hosenberg, nominee for the office of Clerk of the Court aiid acting an chnporou to the above, party was Dr. C. B. Stafford, chair- man of tho Democratic County Committee. v Thetmeettng was called to. order about by C. P. Mac- Glashau. After short talks given by tho local candidates, Mr. -Ken- drick made an address of about a half hours' that made a very favorably impression upon (he largo audience present, his ''mi ia LDJ'Neii The Democratic County Central Committee selected Thomas O'Neil of Big ljiney as its cnnclidata for 'SWUM the four Hivfci- Vailcy to. be upon tho bo.rd of moans contention maniVer in' which the public 1'iJuda nud puWic utilities arc 'tied the pre- sent conservative ''.-laws. Ho also deplored the fact that while quite a number of our county seats, 10- gnrcllcss of population, had public buildings erected, rtingfug from 0200, OOJ downward, so: mauy our towns have inadequate facilities in 'the way of postoflices for the handling distribution cf the mails. He reasoned that it would be better for the government to se- cure quarters in thoso different places at four or five thousand dol Inrs each, accomodating great deal larger number of people thereby, that it is to erect liandaome and costly buildings for the benefit of tho few. The meeting ended with an address by Hon. C. P. Arnold, proved himself to be a mestor of oratory and who followed along in tho lines laid out by Sir, Ken- drick. After tho meeting, a free dance and was given, Mr. Fred of Kemmercr. presiding at tl'o piano, and at which ft very en- joyable time wast experienced. The the Couuf-j- Co year oi Uu Grce: rerreiienled Coif much jaui-ii to Lincoln County be "bl-j to. get him. It is a business maxim thai "'.I you want a goo I'iujn to manage your business, fov you' (Jet one who lias, n; adt> a success of his own." Tom O'Neil has'liv.ed in Wyom- ing since a boy. Coming hero with nothing he went to. work punching cows, saved his money an.! put that and his brains to work and now pays on aii assessment of over compared with this he is 0 opposed uy'J M. F addles of Cum- berlnud nu employee of Mr. Tom Suoddon'a of whom it has been said does not own a dollars worth of taxable property in the state. AYo do not wish to dispnrge Mr, Paddies, for we know he may lie a i-ery competent and pleasant geijtlc- maii, but we do believe that a man who has managed his own affairs so successfully is probably better fit- ted to aid ia conducting the deli- cate and highly important negotia- tions with Uiuta county in dividing tho joint property, than any man whoso business experience is cou- lined lo employment under others, Jloro than this tho Biver 'Valley asked for a commissioner, U is onr right. Mr. Henry L. 'Budd, 5 young man who has spent ilmost all his; life here was offered for a republican nomination but even before tho primaries were held the word went out from Diamond- ville that "Big Piney should not have a commissioner" and Mr. Budd was snowed under by the opposition of Mr. Sneddon. Tho Democrats now offer Mr. O'Neil ami tho voters of this country must choose either to bow tho neclc to the Diamondville boss who votes his men like so many slaves who must do Lin bidding or put aside partisanship and vim: ron THE MAS. Tom O'Xoil should received the vote of overv man and woman in GOKGIITiOSAlSSTS _____' JILL BUILD Beautiful Parsonage and Church Edifices to Iiuv, D. D. at last Sunday ser- vicos announced to'.his nougrogatiou that plaiw had been drawn for a churoh nud pnrsonago cf that deno- minition in Big 1'inoy nud th t the sum necessary was in sight !or that purpose. This will bo wel- ct me news to all of our citizens. It is planned to build (he parsonage. this fall probably construct the church in the spring. This will enable Mr. Eeese to get a home ready for his family and settle in Big Piney permanently. Wo have not seen the building p'aus yet but we are informed that a very cre.liable church building to coat about is contemplated and in addition a social hall to be used for social and gymnasium pur- prosea by the younger members oC Lincoln county believe iu free esprcstiiou of tho peoples wjl? La preference to'ttif i-; dancing was) continued until early hour in tho morning, pcojtln (louai'liug for their to met thfl Ton Hvc people ot for the roeeive the vofi-of every and first timo at JJig I'iney. woman wl.o hcHi.-vcs Crccn Kiver Vullev is eiititlt.'il lo OW Timer Departs hst'y Tom O'Xeil should lie Wilfred Xic-hulii h-ft Huturihiy by every vine who prefers to r. trip 11> JJrhlgeporl, Conn., from j h-nv his public business conducted lliero in- lo tour i i'.v an experienced business man. ami the i-ohl mont.hs in Sosillt If is your manifest duty 10 Flori'.'.M. Mr. Nichols feels tin-' ucod of :i warmer cliinsto during v.-inler hcnco his ilepiirtni-r. Mr. Ni.-hnls hns lived herj1 '.'.1 years nud lie will be missed by everybody. has our best wisher, for a happy I C I-J I- n-f J Judge Doilge is enjoying a visit from his soaa. J. Ii, Xidiols aud Co., pre- paring to build on their lots id the new townmte land, all oi Kijinmi'i-ei- thru td'wii j lust XVcuii'.-sdiiy on llu.iy w.iy to th'u' hills for n hunt. C. P. Xol.k- iH-ivtJ from l-'iill Itivei- with beef drive. u.i.l Floy..! 'M first national Bank of Kock Spring Ulyo. i (ll ;o of tin- wo have built up in cif nut fdf lu'call, will lie pleased lo nt- iii- !iy mnil. Norris have ordered c- Opnl on tho 15. B. M. Fox, C. !T. Geoi-ga u'.l turned from I heir bi to loiid at Oauriiu and Ojjdeii re- game hunt the congregation and generally. The the pnblia feature is especially commendable us it will add immensely to our social life besides providing a form entsr- tjiinment beneficial both physically and mentally. Mr. Reese is on the track and must succeed, Let every good citizen come to liis aid regardless of hU religious belief or lack of it. This is for your town, your country and your children. last Tuesday and report a delight- ful time a successful hunt as ha-.-ing secured throe bull'elk. M, Long urn! family and J. T. j M.urray and family v.'eut lo lha mad lust Wed lesiliiy nud from there, ivill return to Okhihiima for the wiutei Mr, Long to and Sir. Miirry j' to.Thomas. We regret very to see these csfimabU people Icnv-J ing us but they hr.ve extensive: ia- j teresta in the old stats'that'will J iieed leaking after this winter, will in all probability be amonj us in the spring The convicts in the stale pene- linary lynched a uigge'f thut hail just, been released from the pene- tinary and who hud mads an assault on a poor old wash woman 78 years old in Kawlius. The niggor had served two terms for the sumo of- feme and we are prouo to the feel- ing that the convicts who engaged in the unlawful proceeding nhouhl have a commute oil tho sentence ol each of them. a result of a visit to our town and country this summer of Mr, James LeOron the private secretary of the governor it was recoinmondcd lo His Excellency iTorornor Cnroy tUftttVc.S1200.flO iippropriti'od by ihc ratjpinl government for roads in forest reserves IIP spent in Ho- back canyon. It is now up lo us to get busy with Hie incoming board of ubunty commissioners ami secure been subscribed by Kock Springs gang of tho state convicts to work GREEN RIVER BRIDGE Meeting of Commercial Club Bnngs Results The Big Piney Commercial Cluu held tho most important meeting probably of its existence last Satur- day in their club rooms ia Build's hall. The meotir.g was caltaV to order by
i-clarj- Dick Key. This is n very imyortiint matter as it will not only give UK an outlet to Springs much of tho time when roads arc more dillicult to the south, but it must not, bo overlooked that it al.--o gives the people nn extrauco from that way to our beautiful nud pro- ductive- vftl'oyn. This is also u splendid tribuno lo lilts progrsssivoncsn of our people and their Tho lu-iilge and road being :ill in county but, being m-uv bi'ir.-iirial lo c.f eo.uily than X-'romont, it nocessnry for the privato oitixeiw of Lim-oKi and Swctitwator counties to pull to- gether for their mutual bnielil. and provide mentis of comimiiiit-ation. Tho vrovii will now nhcad and bo prosao'l to completion, J Mi.-.li tun! will lie! bi: alviuil'jiicil, but w.ll gd iihtad -uul In- i'iie nl' iln- nicest littlt- T Valley. itfj sluii', jck is .el iVofiis are arc A. Smith in tin- (irri-ii t L.ls !'or T.r.vniiiio Co., will i'o- s'-hnnl jv-.irposo MI 1 public i Dies In Discharge of Cuty. Clmrnp Clnrk relates live of .1 Western politician wVio waa InK a hou36-to-lioti80 ca-jvasa S.HIK- a.-jo. Tnta liart como to a prus pcrous looldnf farm house at a cross road, whan he obEorvad a minoly young woman standing at tlio unto Pulling up Ills tho for tho poopto's favor gracefully his hat in saiiiio to tba yonas woiuar. and polltlly doubt, mailam, your esumiiblf! hiiBlmnd at resimmlf-d tlio wnrnsn. I Iiftvi) lliij liicoeufjl woIOK fchnt" Bsuvnlj- mqulrotl Ulclan. "He's (Jowii 'n tho naafturfc 03300 from iadlviduM "t Tone wrty. Indeed, to lea (it tho defct.h of your dog." came toius fvom Um cauuli-'atis. "Wluit hilJprt _.. "Ho ft-rafTtlti' .it saM tho Your attle' o Unlo. 2( il Kange Cattle WILL H. WOOD, H. J. Oswald Wm.'JJOrchavcl Capital 1 ''A I Cattle Sakr-rna.- CafiJe fei
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