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•fc | LOCAL ITEMS -ft
Hurricane BHI Herrick was in town
on Wednesday and. Thursday
Rev. D. R. Waskie is spending the
Week tn PoweflL
Ned Frost hu g*>n® to Detroit for a
short trip.
Al Thomas is -n Cody for a couple
of weeks.
Johnny Tates was down from the
North F k on Monday.
Mr .nd Mrs. B. C. Rumsey have re
suro jd after a month In the Elast.
zJmercon Bunn of Clarks Fork was
jailed for jury duty this week.
Mr. and Mra. Harold O’Donnell ere
In from their darks Fork ranch. Mr.
O’Donnell was drawn for jury duty.
L. M. Prill, formerly of the Enter
prise, and now with the Western
Newspaper Union, was in Cody on
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dr. W. H. Moody of Powell, who is
secretary of the Wyoming State Den
tal Association was a juryman in the
Billings case.
CASH! CASH! CASH!
PAID FOR HIDES, PELTS,
and FURS. Get My Prices on
FURS.
J. P. WEBER
Phone 142 CODY, WYO.
White Lunch
Open Again and
Doing Business
BETTER THAN EVER!
Try a Cup of Our Coffee
With Pure Cream
—HOME MADE PIES—
Mike Miller, prop.
Closing Oul!
We will close out our entire dry
goods stock as we need the room
for the Grocery.
Watch for advertisement in the
next issue of this paper.
It will pay to get your needs for
the coming year, as everything
will go at present day wholesale
market value.
nald’s store
Cody, Wyoming
S. C. Parks, Jr., President R. W. Allen, Cashier
SHOSHONE NATIONAL BANK
CODY, WYOMING
DIRECTORS
Geo. Merrill, S. Conant Parks, S. W. Aldrich
D. J. Jones, M. W. Nuckols, S. C. Parks, Jr., R. W. Allen
The Rev. A. M. Shepperd will take
“Peace" as the subject of his sermon
on Sunday morning next.
Pete Rockvan of Clark was In town
on Saturday for medical attention.
Monte Jones was in from the T. E.
the end of the week.
Lee Upton attended the meeting of
the Park County Fair Association
Saturday afternoon.
The Camp Fire Girls are giving a
Food Sale at the P. O. Store on Sa
turday, the twenty-first, irom one
o’clock until everything is sold.
J. E. Hanway, owner of tb'i Casper
Tribune, was in Cody la* . Ay in
the interest of the Booster ’23<litb.'n of I
the Tribune, about to be published.
Dave Shelly has received au order
from F. S. Groves, Jr., for a hand
some silver-trimmed saddle, the price
of which will be $350 or more.
The Enterprise is indebted to the
Hon. Frank W. Mondell for a hand
some calendar from the House of Re
presentatives.
Mrs. Daisy Hutsonplller returned
to Billings last Wednesday. Mrs. Hut
sonpiller was called here to give Chris 4 -
tian Science treatments to Mrs. Tip
Arnold who is reported to be much
benefited and on the way to recovery.
The Cedar Ridge coal mine, which
has been leased by Pontoon Johnny
and Andrew jernberg, had five four
horse teams from the Germania Bench
waiting to be loaded on Saturday af
ternoon. The Otto Nelson coal mine
is working several men also, and find
ing it difficult to keep up with the
orders.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
January 12: Otto C. Ager, J. H. Bau
ers, Billings; J. E. Hanway, Casper;
W. EL Pittan, Denver; J. J. Tryamski
Miles City; W. H. Loomis, Lovell; E.
H. Linde, Jim Creek.
January 13: E. E. Wilson, Cheyenne
Jack Monniere, Denver; Hugh B. Platt
Sterling, Ill.; John B. Tanell, Billings;
Dollie Clark; D. W. Green, Riverton;
W. EL Dodson, Lovell.
January 14: A. J. Stuper, Billings;
Mont Jones, TE; Mr. and Mrs. C. Ray
McShane, Casper; E. R. Bever, Spo
kane; C. H. Hause, Denver; Clarence
Snyder, Ishawooa; Dale D. Petit, Val
ley; Wm. Leatherman.
January 15: John Keesoffet, F. W.
Fouesyes. Billings; Jas. H. Blair; Dll
Ion; Leroy Arnott, Wisdom; Wm.
English, Meeteetse; Art Mayberry,
Chas. Keenan, Jack Mulligan, Pitch
fork; J. B. Wright; Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Ford; Charles, Feyhl, Burlington;
Mr. and Mrs. H. O’Donnell, Clark.
January 16: Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Reese, Powell; W. Scheynboch, Doug
las; C. R. Sellars, Cody; J. O. Wilson,
W. T. Smith, Wm. A. Mulroy, Pearl'
• B. Potvin, Billings; Wyane Lewis, Co
dy; Margaret Hayden, Sheridan; Ned
Sayles; Wm. Nelson; Harold Bell;
Harry J. Wilson, Basin; W. G. Kropp,
Powell; J. C. Lane, Denver;Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Bowers; Grant Wray.
January 17: Geo. B. Kerper, Jr.,
Powell; L. W. Drummond, H. Sluman,
L. M. Prill, John B. Fauell, BiP/ngs;
H. A. Fox, Basin; J. F. Files; F. Chat
terton, C. H. Sherman, Riverton; G.
D. Shannon, Greybull; Charles Etter,
Philadelphia; W. C. Tillotson, Denver.
January 18: Wallace Gordon, C. J.
Burkhead, Riverton; D. O. Meckhu
burg, Belfry; C. L. Bovee, Billings.
Chamberlin
January 12: Steve Roby, Blackwater
S. M. Milton, Billings; S. L. Britton,
Arthur Krueger, Denver; A. J. Joyce,
Riverton.
January 13: H. E. Fasick, Norfalk,
Neb.; Jim Anderson, Riverton; Mr.
and Mrs. EL F. Davis, Greybull.
January 14: Mrs. Ellis J. Callantine.
Bozeman; J. W. Howell, Holm Lodge:
Judge P. W. Metz, Guy Brill, Basin;
D. H. Brooks, Billings; June Little,
Valley.
January 16: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Charles BeUen.
Pitchfork; Mrs. B. C. Rumsey. Black
water; H. C. Brome, Basin; Margaret
Hayden, Sheridan; Raymond Hough,
Nell Dawley, Wm. Darby, P. R. Shuck,
Billings.
January 17: H. D. Bellrose, R. A
Pierce, Denver; H. W. Mendenhall, Jr.
January 18: Alerton Johnstone, Mrs.
Hugo B. Johnstone, Boston; Miss
Thorn; Mr. De Ford; Pearl B. Potvin.
At a meeting Tuesday night, the
Merchants’ Credit Association agreed
to change the opening hours of the
stores of Cody. The new schedule
is as follows:
November 1, the stores will open at
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Small Town Stuff 1
Ey B. V. D.
' I KNOW a woman
I • • •
WHO RUNS a hotel
AND IT’S a nice hotel
AND SHE’S a nice woman
• • •
AND A friend of mine
• • •
AND I’M a friend of hen
I HOPE but anyway
IT SOMETIMES happens
THAT I come to
• • *
THE COUNTY Seat as
THE HERALD would say
WITH A friend of min®
WHO PLAYS the piano
• • •
AS NO one ever
PLAYED IT before but
• • •
HE PLAYS only ragtime
WHICH THis woman who
RUNS THE hotel doesn’t
APPROVE OF and each
• • •
TIME HE sits down and
MANIPULATES THE Ivories
SHE SHOWS her disapproval
BY SLAMMING doors
* * •
ALL OVER the hotel
AND IT’S amusing
* • «
TO SAY the least
TO SEE her darting
♦ • *
HERE AND there
• ♦ •
UPSTAIRS AND down
• * • i
SLAMMING DOORS
AND FINALLY putting
• • ♦
ON HER hat and
DI SAPP A ERING IN a
♦ • ♦
CLOUD OF dust and
INDIGNATION OUT the
...
FRONT DOOR which
OF COURSE is likewise
• • •
SLAMMED BEHIND her
AND SOMEDAY I’m
... -nr—
GOING TO ask her
WHY SHE doesn’t
...
SIMPLY COME forth
AND ASK my friend
SORT OF natural-like
• • •
TO PLEASE stop playing
• • *
BECAUSE AFTER all
• • • F4'
IT’S HER hotel
• • • .
AND HER piano and
• • •
OF COURSE he’d stop
• • •
IF SHE’D only ask
• • • in
AND IT would save so
• • •
MUCH TROUBLE and
SLAMMING OF doors
...
AND WAILING and ■”<"
...
GNASHING OF teeth
• * • w
AND EVERYTHING '
SO MUCH for that -
j 7:00 a. m.
From November 1 to May 1, the
store* will open at 8:00 a. m.
This new schedule Is to take effect
on February 1, 1922.
Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality f
We state it as our honest ZlLr
belief that the tobaccos used / //
in Chesterfield are of finer / f
quality (and hence of better
taste) than in any other /h
cigarette at the price. K 1 U,
Liggett & My tn Tobacco Co, WKJII
• W* *Ws ft
Chesterfield
CIGARETTES
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos —blrnjod
Lower Prices s
20 now 18c r LakMf
10 now 9c --d . '
(Two io’»— 18c)
Dry Goods Department
Special Sale!
| ---—THREE DAYS ONLY—
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Fine Bleached Muslin, value 20
cents, this sale the yard
Half bleached extra heavy mus
lin, value 25 cents, sale price per
yard 18<
Extra good quality long cloth, re
gular 25 cent value, this sale
only 20f
Embroideries, all widths, suitable
for underwear, blouses, etc, from
5 cents to 50£
One lot of fine lace insertion, juts
the thing for your children’s dres
ses, for camisoles and gowns,
four yards for 10<
Women’s bleached, heavy weight
union suits, ribbed and fleeced
lined; Dutch neck and short
Sale starts Thursday Morning at 8
o’clock and closes Saturday Evening
at 9:30 o’clock.
Mail or Phone Orders will be carefully taken
care of during this Sale
Ctor KWCa a i
WHERE IT PAYS TO RAY CASH
NOTICK
The regular annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Cody Canal Asso
ciation will be held at the office of :
sleeves, high neck and long
sleeves, low neck and no sleeves,
very special $1.50
One lot of corsets, eleven dollar
value, extra special $5.00
Another lot back lace corsets,
special price while they last. .$1
Extra special, Ladies’ silk hose,
colors black, brown, and
grey, three days only 98<
25% OFF on any child’s or la
dies’ sweater in the department,
during this sale.
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Children’s bleached, heavy weight
union suits, ribbed and fleeced
lined, long sleeves and high neck,
ages ranging from four to four
teen, this sale only, ~so< and
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1«n
the Company in the baeement of the
First National Bank Building at 2:3*
in the afternoon, Tuesday, January
31, 1922.
23-3 t F. F. McGEE, Clerk.

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