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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922.
OASSffIB
ADVERTISING
If you have what ycu d'm't want
,nd want what you don’t have—Uee
Want Ade.
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Classified Ads
In answering blind ads In these
col urn ns, please be careful to use
the precise address riven in the
i.!verti«ement. Write the address
plainly. letters brought to The
Tribune office do not require
stamps Always inctoso your an
swers in sealed envelope. In reply
ing to advertisements where refer
ences are asked for. do not send
the original references. Send copies
of them only.
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for inserting Want Ads in The Cas
per Dally Tribune is IVi cents a word
each insertion; minimum 25 cents.
OUT OF TOWN advertisements
must be accompanied by cash or check
in full payment of the Fams. Note
the foregoing instructions about
counting the words and tho rate per
word for Tho Casper Daily Tribune.
CLOSING HOUR—Want Ads to be
etasstfied prouerly must be in The
/asper Dally Tribune office before
no 30. Want Ads received after 10 JO
to 12'30 p. m. will be inserted under
the head. ’Too Late to* Classify.”
HELP WANTED—MALE
WANTED—Good live man as an
agent. Call at 434 South Lincoln at
the little grocery store.
” HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED —Woman for light house
work during day. Address P. O. box
1377. -LT-lt
WANTED Experienced maid for
general hous’-work- v V South Wol
cott street. Phone >l4 W. 2-17-lt
WANTED Womar for house to
house canvass, good
Box A 68, Tribune. ■
HELP WANIEU—MALE AND
FEMALE
WANTED —Two salesmen and two
salesladies, for profitable, steady
work, your efforts will he backed by •
sn established local store. The Asso
elated Stores, room one. 150 East
Midwest avenue.2-15-3 t
POSITIONS WANTED
IV ANTED —Competent car?p cook,
aged 38, desires position. Address
P. K.. 219 W. A. street. 2-13-6 U
POSITION WANTED Middle-aged [
lady desires j>osß!on as housekeeper
or as nurse. 909 South Cedar street,
apartment 3. Phone 1475. . .2-17-lt
WANTED — Day work by reliable
lady. Phone 842 J. 2-17-2 t
WANTED TO BUY~
WANTED TO BUY—Want to apply
>SOO in good securities as first “pay
ment on small modern house; can
make substantial monthly payments.
Box A-65, Tribune.2-15-3U
WANTED—SmaII residence in south
Casper; must be reasonable. Box
A-6 6. tribune. 2-17-3 U
WE PAY highest prices for second
hand furniture. 387 South Ash
street. Phone
WANTED All kinds of furniture,
stoves, rugs: wo deal quick and pay
■ash. Phono 1086.9-lMf
VANTED TO BUY—Saddles, harness
and tarps. Phone 1086 9-15-ts
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED —Some one to furnish eggs
for large incubator on shares. Box
1261, Casper, Wyo. 2-17-3t*
SERVICES OFFERED ~
WINDOWS washed, paint removed,
floors waxed, lawns graded and
louse cleaning. Address Dick. Phono
47L 2-17-2t*
IF YOU WANT your furniture re
paired. call at 367 So. Ash. or phone
IMO.
Pianos Ned Care
Examination Free
All Tuning and Repairing under our
absolute guarantee.
(he Richter Music Co.
Call 306 Ask for E. Ward
FURNITURE hauling, truck, dray.
Call 191 M for service any where,
ny time. 2-16-6t*
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
OR SALE—A Ford top complete,
side curtains open with door; price
36. 367 South Ash street. Phono 1660.
2-17-2 t
OR SALE — Ford speedster, good
condition, neat appearing, good top.
ome extra equipment, SIOO fbr quick
ale. Call 1218 South Ash street.
2-17-3t*
OR SALE—I92I Ford touring car, in
beet mechanical condition, moto
leter; water pump; spotlight! several
ther accessories; 5350 cash or terms.
I. E. Kennedy, corner East Second
nd Park street. 2-17-21
OR SALE—Chalmers touring, com
pletely overhauled, good tires and
aint; priced right. C. E. Kennedy,
orner East Second and Park streets,
•hone 1419 W. 2-17-2 t
OR SALE —1920 Buick roadster or
will trade for good touring car. 1145
ottonwood street. 2-17-3t*
OR SALE —Hudson Super Six. will
ing to make a big sacrifice it sold
etwecn now and Sunday. Call at the
Vest Yellowstone garage. 2-15-41*
OR SALE—One Hudson Super Six
speedster, run 3,500 miles, nearly
w. Phone 1337 or call at 903 South
a«t street. 2-17-6t*
Huh lowest prices on tops and side
repairs. Western Auto Top
367 South Ash street. Phone 1/560.
-17-2t
MpR SALE—Two Clydesdale trucks.
Bin good condition, complete, cheap.
trucks and owner at 641 CY ave
■e. 2-11-12t*
■Tou get the best results by using
SIL Tribune classified columns.
BRINGING UP FATHER
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PHCHeMt -(WANT TO MAKE DURE C.OT TO BE AT THE J■ J JzZ .J I OOHT WANT TO WORKED:
•ttXJ are THERE jLyl —' . OPERA AH’ PHONE Me J- <0 MIPS ANY OF IT- a
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JOHN BL ENGL» ,
REM. ESTATE IN SI RANCE :
FOR SALE—On south side, modern five-room house, with two Bleep- '
ingrooms and toilet in basement; basement also has large laundry room
an<l fruitroom; also lockers *or clothing and all articles not needed up
stairs; large flreplace in livingroom which is 23 feet long; large sunroom
with French doors opening into livingrcom; also French doors between
livingroom and diningroom; large French mirror door in front bedroom;
nice buffet in diningroom, kitchen has all built-in features; hot air pipe
furnace; gas connection for furnace; hot prater heater, kitchen range. 1
fireplace and garage; east front corner lot with sidew.dks, curb, lawn
and trees all in; the very best buy in Casper today for only 88,500; liberal
terms; look this ever if you want a bargain.
]
202 O-S Building
Office Phone 1129 Home Phone 543 J ■
FOR SALE—HOUSES
FOR SALE —Modern new brick bouse
will consider car with small amount
cash down, balance monthly pay
ments. Call 214, Casper Sporting
Goods Co. * 2-11-6t*
FOR SALE—By owner, three-room
furnished house with good garage;
31500 cash; >IBOO terms. SIOOO ddwn.
749 Harrison. 214-6t*
FOR SALE—Strictly modern eight
room home, with or without furni
ture; large lot; fully improved. 1124
South Durbin street. I’hono 149.
2-15-4 t
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Fort SALE—Some large Bleed rugs,
second hand, your choice, 36. 367
South Ash street. Phone 1660.
2-16-3 t
FOR SALE—Bargains in coal ranges.
Casper Gas Appliance Co. Phono
1500. 1-26-ts
FOR SALE Two-inch post bed,
springs and mattress.
South Ash street. Phone 1660.
2-16 3t
MATTRESSES renovated and recov
ered; cotton, hair, feathers made in
to mattresses; new ticking 35 up. Cas
per Mattress Co. Phone 1206 W.
-16-3t*
J’XJR SALE—Oak library table. >lO.
367 South Ash street. Phone 1660.
2-16-3 t
FOR SALE—High grade furniture in
I A-l condition; will furnish five
rooms complete; will sell separately or
altogether. 218 West Eighth »Lreet.
2-17-3 t
FOR BALE— Ladies’ writing daak
quarter-sawed oak, cost 8«u; will se.i
for 316. 387 South Ash street. Phone
11660.2-17-3 t
IXJR SALE —Quarter-sawed oak flat
top desk with typewriter attach
ment, 335. 367 South Ash street.
Phone 1660. 2 16-3 t
FOR SALE—Nico mantel clock, coat
|l2; will sell for 36- 367 South Ash
street. Phono 1660. 2-11-2 t
SEE DS for gas ranges, heaters, burn
ers, and all appliance*. Exchange
Furniture Co. I-* 9 -**
FOR SAI^E —Bed. springs, and mat
tress. 312; also kitchen cabinet, 315.
367 South Ash street. Phone 1660.
2-16-3 t
FOR SALE Cash register, good
shape 340; also Densmore type
writer nearly new. 320. 367 South Ash
street. Phone 1660. 2-16-3 t
SARTAIN AND SUMEY AUCTION
HOUSE
Buying and selling all the time,
used and new furniture; upholstering
and repairing. J. R- Sartain, auction
eer, 326 West Yellowstone avenue.
Phone 1617J.11-12-tf
FOR SALE—Iron bed and springs, 3G.
367 South Ash street. Phone 1660.
2-17-2 t
FOR SALE—Sectional bookcase, like
now, four sections, 323. 367 South
Ash street. Phone 1660. 2-16-3 t
FOR SALE —Combination bookcase
and writing desk. 38. 367 South Ash
street. Phone 1660. 2-16-3 t
FOR SALE—New cups and saucers.
20 cents; also plates, 20- cents. 367
South Ash street- Phone 1660.
246-St
FOR SALE—Five rooms of furniture.
CYa.ll at 1442 South Willow street.
1-80-ts
FOR BALE New porcelain top
kitchen table. >10; center tables, $2.50
commodes, $3.50. 367 South Ash
street. Phone 1660. 2-16-3 t
IF YOU WANT second-hand furni
turvtl or anything second-hand, or
have anything to trade, call at 367
South. Ash street or phone 1660. 7-9 ts
FOR SALE—Good range, $32.50; also
good cook stove. sls. 367 South Ash
street. Phone 1660. 2-16-3 t
I<X>R SALE Coal range, S2O; gas
burner for coal range, $5. 624 South
Ash street. 2-17-2 t
FOR SAl.E—Davenport in good shape
S2O; also sanitary cot, $6. 367 South
Ash street. Phone 1660. 2-17-3 t
FOTt SALE —Nice bedroom suite, Cir
cassian walnut; one bedroom suite
of bird’s eye maple; one mahogany li
brary table; smoking cabinet; leather
davenport; combination universal
stove; ice box; floor Lamp; good piano;
porcelain top kitchen table; thatch
Wilton rug at very low prices. 706
South Lincoln street. Phone 1302 J.
2-15-3 t
FOR SALE—Dropleaf table, new, $8;
also new gateleg tables, $7 and SB.
367 South Ash street. Phone 1660.
2-16-3 t
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
FOR SALE—Folding bed. $6; child’s
crib, $7: also a bed sofa, SB. 367
South Ash street. Phone 1660.
2-16 3t
FOR SALE—Wardrol>e in good fthape.
sl6. 367 South Ash street. Phone
1660. 2-16-3 t
FOR SALE Furniture, for four
rooms, almost new, best quality,
rugs, walnut buffet, walnut princess
JreHser, walnut gateleg tabla, chairs
mahogany livingroom set, Vlctrola,
etc. Inquire 141. East Second street
between 9 and 5 o'clock . 2-15-3t*
FOR SALE—Drawer, sl4; also oak
extension dining table. SB. 367 South
Ash street. Phone 1660. 2-16-3 t
FOR SALE— Round Oak extension
table, $17.50; also one cupboard. >ll
367 South Ash street. Phone 1660.
’ 21G-3t
POULTRY
FOR SALE A few exceptionally
good barred rock cockerels, $2.50
each ii sold before March 15. Address
James A. Crawford. Alcova, Wyo.
’ 2-15-3 U
COLUMBIA hatchery. P. O. l>ox 1102,
Denver, Colo.; we can supply you
with any quantity of baby chicks; ca
pacity 10,000 weekly; 17 varieties; live
delivery guaranteed; parcel post pre
paid. Write for prices and full par
ticulars. 2-17-lt*
EGGS’ BI TTER! EGGS!
Fresh churned ranch butter, 30c;
strictly fresh eggs. 45c; springs, roast
ers, stewing hens and geese. 340 West
Yellowstone avenue. Adams Poultry
Yards. Phone 1329. 2-16*2t
POULTRY of all kinds dressed to or
der; guaranteed strictly fresh
45c a dozen: wc deliver. Hanks Poul
try. 425 West Yellowstone! avenue.
Phone 1523 W. 2-17-lt
FOR SALL—LAND
FOR SALE—Beautiful ranch in Wyo
ming, 640 acres; must be sold at
once; will consider any fair proposi
tion; excellent for sheep or cattle; oil
propects; 75,000 feet saw timber. Call
at Tribune for address. 2-15-3 t
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SAT^E—Safe, office filing cabinet
and office desk; Ford delivery car;
small adding machine. Phone 1086.
3-4-ts
FOR SALE—Cash register. Famottn
Clothiers, 140 North Center street,
. 2-17-2 t
FOR SALE Up-to-date millinery
stock, fixtures and location. For
Information call 651. 2-17-2 U
FOR SALE —Three show cases; one
safe; counter and restaurant fix
tures; gas range; tank heaters; wal
nut and mahogany bedroom furniture;
mahogany library table and davenport
of genuine leather; reed baby buggy;
white enamel Wilson kitchen cabinet
and coal range.We buy and sell. The
Casper Furniture and Fixture Co..
832 East Yellowstone avenue. Phone
590 M. 2-16-ts
FOR SALE-*-Safe, office filing cabinet
office desk. Ford delivery car, small
adding machine. Phono 1087.
2-4-ts
FOR SALE—OId newspapers. Call at i
Tribune office. 1-25-tf-dh I
FOR SALE —Beautiful man tailored I
ladv’s suit; perfect condition, size,
36; price $25, cost $125. 218 West i
Eighth street. 2-17-2 t
FOR SALE OK rKADE
IXTR SALE OR TRADE—Three-room
house with one-room house on cor
ner of lot; will trade for light tour
ing car or truck as part payment, rest
monthly. Call after 5 p. m. or Sun
day. 1036 North Durbin street. 2-16-3t*
FOR SALE OR TRADE—For Ford
car, furniture for five rooms; also
piano and Vlctrola used three months.
L. E. Mills, Troy Laundry Co.,
2-17-lt
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Ford tour
ing car for team, 1.200 pounds or
more. Mr. Johnson, Jimsville.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Brand new
foiirjexim bußgalow in. block 40
North Casper; will take in a good car
as part payment; this hou<?e is prac
tically modern. H. E. Grude
Casper Realty Co. Phone RSI. 2-15-6 t
FOR RENT—HOUSES
FOR RENT Two-room furnished
house. 112 West J street. 2-16 2t*
FOR RENT —Tworoom house with
breakfast nook, water, lights and
gas; gas range and heater; partly fur
nished. Inquire at 1242 South Locust
streeL* 2-16-2t*f
Cbe Casper Daflp Crfftune
FOR RENT—HOUSES
FOR RENT—Seven-room furnished ' 1
house, with bath, modern; cloee in;;
reasonable to good party. Inquire 613 /
South Ash street in rear. 2-17-lt*
FOR RENT — Three-room furnished 1
house; lights, water, gas. 639 East
Twelfth street. 2-16-3t* ■
FOR RENT—House completely fur
nished for batching. 224 West K j
street. 2-16-21* !
FOR RENT—Ten-room modem un- (
furnl|h£d rtxjmlng house at 715 |
Midwest evenue; rent reasonable. -
Phone 382. 2-16-2 t ■
FOR RENT —• Two-room furnished I
house near refinery; also one rocm i
for batching. 912 South Cedar street. |
I’OR RENT—Three-room unfurnished 1
house. 915 South Chestnut street.
2-16-3t* <
FOR RENT—A two room furnished
house <.*ose refinery; lights and ]
gas fUinls’.-jd Inquire al 922 South
Cedar street after 2 p. m. 2-15-3t* .
FOR RENT Two-room house: all
modem. 600 East A str.w»t. 2-15-3 t 1
FOR RENT—One-room house, furn-j;
isbed for batching or light house- ■
keeping, bedding and dishes furnished
sls a month. Phone 816 R. 2-16 3t ■
— ]
FOR RENT—ROOMS 11
FOR RENT—A real hom6 in private '
family for a couple of business men.
all modern nicely furnished first* floor
rooms, bath adjoining; board if desired :
Cali 1139 W or 1204 South* Aah street. ■
-16-3U 1
FOR RENT—Furnished room. 403
South Grant street. Phono 457 J.,
2 16-3 t
FOR RENT—One large bedroom In
modern home, large closet; suitable
for one or two persons; home privil
eges. 447 South Lincoln street. Phone
1654 R. 217-’t
FOR RENT Modem room, home
privileges to business girl or teach
er: no objection to middle-aged lady:
reasonable. Albuquerque Apartments
Apartment v» i honc 276 R. 217 2t*
FOR RENT Two furnished bed
rooms in modern home; reasonable.
311 South McKinley street. Phone
WJ- 217-4t*
FOR RENT—Nice furnished modern,
bedroom. Call 121 W. 923 South
street. 217 2r
FOR RENT —Nicely furnished room;
close In; reasonable. 423
Beech street. 2-17-2 t
FOR RENT—Modern bedroom, ad
joining bath, S2O a month. 505 East
Second street. 2-16-2 t
FOR RENT —Modern furnished sleep
ingroom; private entrance. 919 East
Third street. 2-15 St
FOR RENT—Sleepin groom for gen
| tiemen. 443 South Durbin street.
2-18-3t*
:*» .
' FOR RENT —Steam heated bedroom '
with bath for gentlemen; close in.
226 South Park street; rent very rea
sonable. Phone 973 W. 2-15-3t* ,
FOR RENT — Furnished rooms for
batching. 817 South Spruce. Phone
1656 R. 2 16-2 t
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS—
FOR RENT
I
FOR RENT—One light housekeeping :
room with gas and be th. 544 South
Grant street. 2-16-3 t
FOR RENT —Two furnished house- !
keeping rooms in refinery houses.
Phone 308W.2-16-2t* ;
FOR RENT— Two rooms, completely
furnished for hou.sekecping, includ
ing bedding and dishes; gas heat; pri- 1
vato entrance; rent $35. 1129 East
Second street. 2-16-2 t ,
FOR RENT — Two furnished base
ment rooms for housekeeping. 450 ,
West Midwest avenue. Phone 1016.
-M-st :
FOR RENT—Three modem rooms
I for Light housekeeping; close in. 114 <
[North Beech street.2-17-lt
RENT—Two large sunny rooms
I for light housekeeping in modern ]
home. 821 CY avenue. 2-16-31
FOR RENT —Three nicely furnished '
modern housekeeping rooms; close ;
tn. 511 East First street. 2-17-2 t ]
FOR RENT —Two modem light house ,
keeping rooms. Inquire 817 West .
Ton th street. 2-16-71
b’OR RENT— Two furnished base
ment rooms for light housekeeping: ,
gas, lights ad water furnished. 232
North McKinley street. Phono 912 M.
2-17-2 t
FOR RENT—APARTMENTS
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
with bath; hot and cold water; con
nected with gas. Call at 712 South
Jefferson street 9-301 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Phono 996 R after 5 p. rn. 2 10-6 f
FOR RENT—AII modern four-room '
basement furnished or unfurnished
at 1116 West Fifteenth
FOR RENT —Unfurnished apartment. 1
largo livingroom, bedroom, kitchen
ette, breakfast nook, gas range, jani- 1
tor service, $65. Casper Realty Co. }
Phone 381. 2 7 ts j
FOR RENT —Four room furnished
apartment; steam heat and close 1
in. Two separate bedrooms, large llv- c
ing and diningroom - private bath: gas 1
for rooking. Phone 1404 or call at 318 :
S. KimbalL 2-13-5 t j
FOR RENT—AFARFMENTS
. FOR RENT Two-room furnished
■ apartment, with lights and gas. 133
North Kimball street. Phone 1689 J.
| 2 16-3 t
FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment,
three-room accommodation; large
, drvoslngroom, Murphy bed; close in.
238 West Seventh street. Phone
1643 W. 2-16-3 t
FOR RENT Modern apartment;
three, rooms and bath in new apart
ment house, unfurnished except Mur
phy bed. gas range and ice box; hot
water heat; close In. 807 East Third
street. Phone 1335 W. 2-15 3t*
RENT—Three rooms and both;
.furnished except linens; close in; one
t half block from courthouse. 224 North
Wolcott street. Phono 567 J. £l6 2t
FOR RENT Furnished basement
; apartment; three rooms and bath;
close in; adults. 424 South Grant
street. 2-16-3 t
FOR RENT—Furnished two and three
room apartments; close in. WluUey
Apartments. 610 South Ash street.
I’hono 1392 J. 2-3 ts
! FOR RENT—Two-room unfurnished
[ apartment; gas and lights furniahed;
[also gas range and heater, $25. 13*
West G street, apartment 8.
2-16 3t
I’OR RENT—Two-room modern fur
nished apartment; laundry; gaa
range; close in. 919 East Third street.
2 15-3 t
FOIJ RENT —Apartment, livingroom,
kitchenette and bath; steam heat*
fully furnished. Inquire Apartment
J. Alexander Apartments, northwest
corner of West Eleventh and Chest
nut street. 2-16-3 t
FOR RENT—A nice sunny new apart
ment : private hath, all built-in fea
tures; quiet location; corner Lind and
Lincoln avenue. Apply Mrs. O’Neil.
611 East Lind street. 2-16 6t
FOR RENT —Tbreo-room aparthieiit.
partly furnished; gus heat; close in
and reasonable. 443 South Durbin
street. 2-16-3t*
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
with Uith; hot and cold water; con
nected with gas. Call at 712 South
Jefferson street. 9.30 a. m. to 5 p. ni.
Phonn 996 R after 5 p. m. 2-16 6t*
x .
I’OR RENT—Modern two-room l>ase
ment suite. 805 East Third street.
Phono 1302 R. 2-17-3 t
FOR RENT—A nice large four-room
unfurnished ajKirtment; very rca
sonable. Inquire Mrs. Peacock, Leader
store. 2-17-lt*
FOR RENT—AII clean apartments
and modern: reduced rent: under
new management. Smith Apartments.
140 East Midwest avenue.2-17-6t*
FOR RENT Ono nice two-room
apartment, modern, furnished. 319
South Jackson street. Phone 1610 W.
2-17-ts
FOR RENT —Roomy basement apart
ment, partly furnished; fireplace;
gas and u.«e of electric washer. 1345
South Spruce street.2-17-2t
FOR RENT — Nice two-room base
ment apartment, furnished except
bedding and dishes, modern In every
respect: price S3O. 1028 South Wol
cott street. 2-17-2t*
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished apart
ment, five blocks from postoffice,
on paved street; strictly modern, three
rooms, gas. bathroom, drossingroom,
etc.; use of piano and Vlctrola; wifi
rent for period of five months only to
family with no children, or business
women, who will take good care of
furnishings while family is absent;
rent reasonable. Address box A-67.
Tribune.2-17-3t*
FOR RENT —Four-room unfurnished
apartment: gas. modem except bath.
1232 South Poplar street..-16-4t
FOR RENT —Two modern furnished
two-room half basement apart
ments; nlco clothes closet, built in fea
tureS laundryroom. gas. light? and
water; furnished; bath and telephone;
rent reduced. 151 North Jackson
street. Phono 577 M. 2-17-lt
FOR RENT—Four modern furnished
two-room apartments; prices from
$35 to $45 per fnonth. Phone 868. J.
Branch Realty Co. 716 East A street.
FOR RENT Two-room furnished
apartment: close in; reasonable. 432
South Elm street. Midwest and Elm
streets.
FOR RENT Modem apartments
with closet and both. S4O furnished;
hot water service. Smith-Turner Drug
store. Phone 176.«-17-lt
RENT Desirable three-room
ground floor, modern unfurnished
apartment; bath. gns. range. gas
heater, hot water, shades and curtains
furnished, S4O; adults.. Phone
FOP. RENIZjtfISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT—One piano. Phone 1086.
2-4-ts
FOR RENT Single garage. 815
South Ash street, one block from
city.hall; $6 a month.- Is ' 3t
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE—Restaurant, fine equip
ment, now open and doing good
husineas. Call 221 South Center
street. CY restanranLß46-tt*
FURNITURE of eleven rooms for sale
$1,500; terms if desired; house for
lease with privilege of 'purchase; lo
cation fine; close to Center; this house
makes a good living but am widow
all alone and want to go east. Box
A-66, Tribune. 2 16-3 t
—Drawn for The Casper Tribune by George McManus
“The fault, flear Brutus, is not in our stars
But in ourselves, that we are unflerlings”
At the time William Shakespeare wrote that men
put a great deal of faith in their stars.
Stars were very prominent in every-day affairs.
Men didn’t have the classified advertisements.
They didn’t even have this newspaper and they
felt the lack keenly, no doubt.
If “Will” could be among those present today, he’d
write, on his portable:
The fault, dear Brutus (or John Henry), that
you continue to be an underling.
Is because you have failed to use the Tribune classified
advertisements.—W. S.
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR RENT— Store building and fix
tures, or will sell. Phono 319 J. In
quiro 1226 South Chestnut street.
2-
FOR RALE Up-to-date millinery
stock, fixtures and location. For
information call 661. 2-17-lt*
FOR RALE —Small restaurant,* would
rather sell one-half interest to right
party. Please call nt once. Doing a
good business. Box A 58 Tribune.
3-
FURNITURE of sixteen rooms,
housekeeping and sleeping rooms
and house for rent; near refinery.
lx»a«e to right party. Box A-62 care
Tribune. - 14-st*
LOST AND FOUND
IZJHT—3SxS Kelly-Springfield tire on
rim, reward. Casper Packing Co.
Phone 1064. 2-15-8 t
PERSONAL
THE KEY TO TO UK HEALTH.
Try the Vitonet Electrical Bath for
rheumatism, blood disorders, kidney
ailments and netvousnss. Call for
appointments. 306 West Yellowstone
avenue, first floor, apartment 3.
2-17-10t*
READINGS. given by Madam Wonder:
palm, mind or cards. 319 East C
street, opposite Burlington freight de
pot. Phone 673 R. 2-17-61
WILL GIVE private Instruction in
shortlond; personal supervision.
Phono 1765 W evenings. 2-11-6 t
MR. HILL I am in position to pay
debt, please call Mills. 2-17-2t*
LEGAL NOTICES.
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Cheyenne, Wyo. Jan.
31. 1922.
Notice is hereby given that, as di
rected by the Commissioner of the
General Land office, under provi
sions of Sec. 2455, R. S., pursuant
to the application of John S. Bur
nett, Little Medicine, Wyo., Serial
No. 027564, we will offer at public
sale, to the highest bidder, but at
not less than $2.75 per acre, at 10
o’clock a. m., on the 30th day of
March, next, at this office, the fol
lowing tract of land: NW *4 SE’4,
Sec. 10, T. 28 N., R. 76 W., 6th P.
M. “This tract is ordered into the
market on a showing that the great
er portion thereof is mountainous
or too rough for cultivation.’
The sale will not be kept open,
but will be declared closed when
those present at the hour named
have ceased bidding. The person
making the highest bid will be re
quired to immediately pay to the
Receiver the amount thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
the above-described land are advised
to file their claims, or objections,
on or before the time designated
for sale.
MART T. CHRISTENSEN,
Register.
I. E. YODER,
Receiver.
Pub. Feb. 10, 17, 24, Mar. 3. 10, 1922.
DEJLEB IN INFECTED
CATTLE IS ARRESTED
FOR 535,000 FRAUD
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Feb. 17.—Harry
W. Brown of Littleton. Colo., alleged
head of a cattle "tuberculosis ring”
the activities of which wero directly
responsible for the issuance by Gov
ernor Garry last Saturday of a quar
antine order against Colorado dairy’
stock. Is in trouble in his own state
under arrest for an alleged series of
fraudulent dealings involving at least
635.000. It is charged that Brown
mado a practice of "plugging” tuber
cular dairy stock and then selling
them as healthy animals. As a result
of the “plugging” they would not im
mediately react to tuberculosis tests
>
and were sold before they were in con
dltion to so react. Mpny cattle ao
“plugged." It Is alleged, were shipped
Into Wyoming.
FISH TO BEMTEO
IN MUNICIPAL LAKES
CHEYENNE. Wyo., Feb. 17—Taikee
tn and adjnrent to Cheyenne which
arc owned by the City of Cheyenne
are to be planted with game and
other food fishes by local sportsmen,
and one—Lake Absaraka —which is a
state gome bird preserve, is to bo
colonized with waiarfowl. Different
varieties of fish will be planted in dif
ferent lakes—boas in one. trout in an
other, catfish in a third and ring
carp In a fourth—and restocking is to
take place each yea**.
Business and Professional Directory
AUDITORS
REIMERTH & VAN DENBERG
Accountants—lncome Tax Service
41 h Floor OS Bldg. Phone 767
ACCOUNTANTS
’GUARANTEE REGISTRY CORP.
Auditors and Accountants—Stock
Registrar and Tranfqf Agents
208-11 Oil Excliange Bldg. Phone 660
WYOMING AUDITCOMPANY
414-15 Midwest Ref. Bldg. Phone 289
Audits, Financial Report* and
Analyses, Income Tax Service and
General Accounting
ARCHITECTS
DUBOIS A GOODRICH, Architects
Rooms 11-12 Townsend Block
Casper, Wyo. Phone 440
GARBUTT, WEIDNER & SWEENEY
Architects
415 Oil Exchange Bildg. Phone 1162
AUTO PAINTING
STEWART AND COMPANY
Auto Fainting
Phone 1072 W 134 North Kimball
For First Class
AUTO PAINTING AND TRIMMING
Call at ('asper .Auto Top Shop
633 South Center St. . . Phone 1084 R
BAGGAGE and TRANSFER
SEE BEN TRANSFER CO.
Baggage, Heavy Hauling and Piano
Moving. Phone 71 J.
SEARLES TRANSFER
Res. Phone «7W Office Phone 701 W
MOVING A SPECIALTY
CHARLES WHITE
Baggage and Transfer
Phone 1116.1
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. J. H. JEFFREY
DR. ANNA GRAHAM JEFFREY
Suite 318 Midwest Bldg. Phone 706
DR. B. G. HAHN
DR. EDNA HAHN
Suite 2, Townsend Block
Phones. Office 423, Kes. 1235
M. E. HARNED. Chiropractor
162 North Kimball St.
Phone 1457
DR. I. E. BEKQUIST
Zuttermribder Bldg. Phone 1757
CHIROPODISTS
Dr. H. G. Brennan
Chiropodist
Suite 20 Daly Bldg. Phone 1770
DOCTORS
MARSHALL C. KEITH, M. D.
Office Phone 30 Residence 161
Private Hospital—<l2 South Durbin
ELECTRICIANS
AMERICAN EI-ECTRIC CO.
Wiring, Motors, Repairing
I jet Us Estimate Your Work
Phone 1080
PAGE THIRTEEN
WYOMING FIRE LOSSES
TOTAL 52.000,000 Fill
THE LAST FIVE YEARS
During the five year® ending with
1920. fire losses In Wyoming caused
the destruction of property valued at
the astonishing total of $2,138,177, ao
corrling to figures made public by the
national board of fire underwriters.
Thru® figure* reveal, in a startling <
way, the price being paid by th® «
state for public ignorance and care
lessness in handling fir® hazards.
The causes are classified under
three headings, of which 12 are desig
nated as “strict 1y preventable** with •
a total of 3738.710 or 34 per cent of •
the whole; nine see designated as ■
••partly preventable." the aggregate
being 3816.696 or 38.3 per cent of th®
complete lora, and In addition there
ar® those listed In th® “unknown" col
umn. which total 1587,498. or 27.5 per
cent. Th® “unknown” losses may b®
considered as largely preventable,
since. If determined they would have
been distributed among th® other
causes.
In analyzing th® figures, it is found
•hat while “electricity” was reapdn
sfble fcr the heaviest loss, $285,619.
the principle specific cause of fire
was “stoves, furnaces, boilers and
their pipes” with a 3197.170. then
"sparks from combustion,” >193.997,
and then “matches—smoking.” $131,-
613.
Vagrants to Be
Rounded Up In
Mexia District
MEIA, Texas, BVb. IT. —Th® playing
of dominoes or loitering about domino
parlors in the military area here will
constituta prima facie evidence that
such parsons are vagrants, according
to an order published yesterday by
Brigadier General Jacob F. Wolter,
commander of National Guard forces
sent hero several weeks ago by Gov
ernor Pat M. Neff to restore order and
break up alleged trafficking in whis
key and drugs. General Wolter’* or
ders wore followed by an announce
ment that the military had arrested
seventy two persons In a raid on a
domino parlor and that police had
taken several screes In similar raids.
■ J 11 1 ■! •
Heavy Know
CHEYENNE. Wyo, Feb. 17.—The
first heavy snow of the winter now
lie® on th® mountains between Chey
enne and Laramie, covering the Fort
Russell maneuver reserve to an av
erage depth of eight inches and lay
ing drifted many feet in canons and
ravines. The fall ha* relieved appre
hension here of a water shortage next
summer.
LAWYERS
HENCH AND BISHOP
Lawyers
Suite 9. Dalj Building
Phone 198
BULLACK AND LACY
lawyers
Suite 204-265 Midwest PJdg. Ph. 1200
NICHOLS A STIRREHT
lawyers
309-10-11 Oil Exchange Bldg.
HAGENS A MI'KANE
lawyers
206-307 Oil Exchange Building
WILLIAM O. WILSON
Attorney-at-law
Suite® 14-15-16, TowiLsend Block
LIFE INSURANCE
Prudential Insurance Co. of America
Phone 1256 J P. (>. Box 1012
OSTEOPATHS ~
DR. CAROLINE ('. DAVIS
Osteopathic Physician
Suite 6 Tribune Apartments Phone 388
DR. U U WADE
Osteopathic Physician
Room 5-7 Wood l»k., Phone 1277 J
DR. C. A. SANFORD
Osteopathic Physician
Midwrot Bldg, Phone 1030
DR. C. I. ARNOLDUS
Osteopathic and Chiropractic
Physician
310 O-S Building , Phone 1754
PLUMBERS
SERVICE PLUMBERS
Plumbing, Heating, Gam and Repair
Work and General I’ipe Work
1102 South Elm St.
Phonos 1077 M and 659 J
RADIATOR REPAIRING
CASPER AUTO RADIATOR WORKS
Repairing—(leaning—Recoring
434 W. Yellowstone Phone 1054 W
ROOF CONTRACTING
WYOMING ROOFING CO.
General Roofing Contractors, Repair
ing and Recoating a Specialty
527 ivast Twelfth Phone 13345 V
SIGN~PAINTING
“Bl SH DID IT”
Bush Signs. Show ('unis and Poster
Art. 242 W. Yellowstone. Phone 33
STEW \RT AND COMPANY
SIGNS and SHOW ( ARDS
Outdoor Advertising
Phone 1072W' 131 North Kimball
TAXIDERMISTS '
THE REIJABLE FI R SHOP
Manufacturing and Remodeling Furs
Taxidermist
333 South Elm Street Phone J 92.1
AUGUST MARTIN, Tua
Bobcat anil Coyote Rugs a Specialty
I Phono 791 M 105 South Conwell
TAILORS
C. 11. WHALEY
' ladies* and Gents’ Tailoring. Cleaning
! Pressing. Repairing and Alterations.
116 E. Midwest Ave. Phone 483 J

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