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Big Piney Examiner from Big Piney, Wyoming • Page 8

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BIG PINBY, WYOMING, EXAMINER teenth day of November. 1980. REGISTER I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I I ITTIIC fit IUTCDCCT SUCCESS YOUNG MEN Claimant names as witnesses: Frank Burney. Franklin J. James, Jesse B.

Budd, Tod James, all of Big Piney, Wyoming. ALEX M8BET, Oct. 7-Nov. 13. Register.

If You Want to Vote of Registration by the same Registry Board, and at the same place is required to be held 12 days before election, which would be October 21st, to revise, correct and complete the Registry list This meeting of the Board is not to exceed two days, and the hours are the same as in the first instance: 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. 2 p.

m. to 6 p. m. 7 p. m.

to 9 p. m. Noticofor agreed on the underlined fact- ares Most Men ore that contribute to making young man successful. Department of the Interior, U. S.

Land Office at Evanston, Wyoming. August 27, 1920. Notice is hereby that Lucy E. Walk er, of Big Piney, Wyomihg. who, on November 3, 1917, made desert land entry Serial, No.

04411, forNEtf, Sec Notice For Publication. tion Township 30 Norui, Kange in West, Sixth Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before William H. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B.

Koch were Piney visitors from the tie camp on North Cottonwood yesterday. Mr. Koch is chief forester for the government at the tie camp Mr and Mrs. Ludvig Lindback and son, Walter, accompanied by Miss Marie Conwell, who is a guest at their home motored to town from their ranch at Halfway yesterday and were seam-ingly busy at the different business houses in town by doing considerable shopping. This office acknowledges a pleasant call from the ladies.

Chas. Lackey returned from Kemmerer Monday, where he had been on oil business. County Commissioner D. H. Scott, of Daniel, passed thru McDonald, a U.

S. Commissioner, at Big Piney, Wyoming, on the 9th day of October, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: Ralph V. Mills, Lewis H. Vickery, Charles A.

Walker, Big Piney, Wyoming, Chet F. Chrisman, of Mason, Wyoming. ALEX NISBET. sept. 2-oct.

7. Register Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Evanston, Wyoming. September 29, 1920.

NOTICE is hereby given that Minnie N. Budd, guardian of the Estate of Mary E. Dempsey, an incompetent, of Big Piney, Wjoming, who, on February 19, 1917. made Homestead Entry Serial, No. 05992, for WSWjf, NE SW4' and NW'SEV of Section 2, Townbhip 36 Range 114 W.

6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before W. H. McDonald, a United States Commissioner, Many very sound and plain statements about success have been made by men who are successful. For instance, Jas. J.

Hill, empire railroad builder, said: "If you want to know whether you are destined to be a success or not, you can easily find out. The test is simple and is infallible. Are you able to save money? If not, drop out. You will lose. You may think not, but you will lose as sure as fate, for the seed of success is not in you." With logical saving there should go hand in hand a sound judgment as to how you can benefit most as a result of your thrift.

We believe that to establish early in your life a deposit account with a bank such as ours, and through this relationship have it known that your account is acceptable, will mean for you a constantly increasing asset in your business life. We have on our books the deposit accounts of many high-class and deserving young men and we are always glad to welcome others. Why not come in and let us talk this matter over with you? Cheyenne, Sept. 29, 1920 -If you wish to vote in the coming election be sure you have complied with the Registration law. The law provides that registration shall be made in all incorporated cities and towns, regardless of the vote cast, and in each election district on the railroad where more than 100 votes were cast at the preceding election.

If you live in a district where registration is required, you must register if you want to vote. Voting at the last prmaries makes no difference. Registry agents appointed by the Board of County Commissioners are required to meet this year on October 5th, and to remain in session at least five days for the purpose of taking registrations. Notice of the place of such meeting shall be posted in at least five places five days before such meeting. Every citizen of the United States, male or female, is entitled to vote, if over 21 years of age, except idiots, insane persons, those convicted of felony, t.nd tet Us have your Printing Piney Monday en route -to Kem merer to attend the regular monthly meeting of the Board Bror Edin, camp foreman for the Standard Timber Cc, was transacting business for his company in town Wednesday- FOR SALE: Approximately 175 tons of hay for saie with or ATTENTION Ranchers and Oil Men Come in and talk over your BUILDING MATERIAL problems with us.

Let us Save you Money on your estimates. We are here for Mutual Service. BIG PINEY LUMBER SUPPLY CO. without field. Field will feed at least 700 head of cattle for one month.

Can furnish about 175 tons more if wanted. Write or call on N. P. JOHNSON, at those unable to read the consti-iution of the State of Wyoming. A voter must have resided in the State for a period of one year; in the oounty 60 days prior to the election, and in the election district at least 10 days, and MARBLETON STATE BANK Big Piney, Wyo.

Daniel, Wyoming. adv. 47tf. Geo. Loff, general manager for the standard Timber with headquarters at Evanston, was a noticeable figure upon our must be registered, unless prevented from registering by sickness or absence.

Any person streets yesterday. thus prevented from registering can have his vote sworn in on Everything in the Building Line. Thos. Jefferson, Mr. Crown Election Day.

A second period and Geo. Hopkins, returned on Tuesda bv auto from a hunting trip in Fall River Basin, and they brought home the bacon. Mrs. W. D.

Wolff and little daughter, of Port Angeles, Washington, are the guests of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Hopkins, jr. and family. Graver Tnttipo.

L. D. Tanner and R. D. Majors returned Tues OPAL MERCANTILE COMPANY OPAL, WYOMING WHOLESALE AND RETAIL General Merchandise Number 1 1daho Seed Oats for Sale.

Agents for International Trucks. Lumber Paints Farm Machinery A Complete Stock of High-Grade Merchandise Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention day from an elk hunt in Fall River Basin, and brought back the 'aw allowed them. The "STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE" Donahue, Randall Co. Live Salesmen of Livestock, Omaha, Nebraska. STOCK YARDS STATION.

Four thorough and up-to-date cattle Salesmen, headed by T. J.Donahue and A. J. Randall, both of whom have been on the Omaha cattle market for the past 20 years, assisted by R. R.

(Bob) Keenan, who needs no introduction to Western cattle shippers and who has been one of the leading cattle salesman on the Omaha market for a number of years--sufficient and experienced yardmen two brand men, headed by John Robb, who for years past was brand inspector at the yards for the State of Wyoming. jl We respectfully solicit your business this fall and in return will offer you the best service to be had on any market. Yours for business, Donahue, Randall Omaha, Nebraska boys have our thanks for a nice piece of this choice meat. Mr. and Mrs.

T. D. O'Neil were guests of their daughter. rs. Chiton Fear, a few days this week.

Jean Noble was in fram his ranch on business toda. Al. Osterhout returned last week-end from Kemmerer with a new pool table which he will place in his new home to be used to good advantage the coming winter evenings. We understand that "Dad" has sent a challenge to F. D.

Ball for a series of games, which has been accepted. Both are experts and Goodrich Tires and Tubes Gasoline and Oil General Merchandise E. D. KEY Daniel, Wyoming the winner will issue a challenge SERVICE FIRST SERVICE FIRST to Willie Hoppe. Republican SOUTH OMAHA Headquarters Room 43 Kemmerer Hotel.

THE SECOND LIVE STOCK MARKET A cordial welcome is extended STOP WITH to a1! visitors coming to Kem Of the F. E. Curtis Jeweler merer to make this room their resting place, where plenty of good reading material will be found to while away your leisure time. Ladies are especially in vited to visit make use of this room while awaiting rrains, etc Come you are welcome! Hay, Grain and Pasture for Sale WORLD Located in the center of the Corn Belt where Railroad facilities are unexcelled, with the Best Service that Capital, Brains and Energy can produce; we are enabled to give our shippers the best service possible; the service they desire. Union Stock Yards Company of Omaha Meals Expert Watch Repairing Manufacturing Everything in Jewelry FOR COUNTY CORONER To the O'tifcens of Lincoln County: I take this means of bringing to your attention my candidacy for the office of County Coroner, on the Democratic ticket.

Two years ago I appealed for your support, and Promised to fulfill the duties of the office to the best of mv ability. If I had not succeeded I (LIMITED) would not again come before you for Mail Order have Prompt Attention Service, First, Last and all Time. AT THE J. C. WAITERS RANCH MtftttNRftU Write or phoo G.

L. WYMAN, LtBargc, Wj. re-election. Regardless of party lines, I appeal for your support at the november 2d SERVICE FIRST SERVICE FIRST i will, as in past, rive the business of Kemmerer, Wyo. J.

F. F1TZPATRICK. Sept. 7, 1920..

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1913-1965