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Che Cody Enterprise PUBLIHSED EVERY WEDNESDAY] CAROLINE LOCKHART €■ C. M. CONGEK OWNERS AND PUBLISHERS Telephone* No. 9. Entered as second-class matte Feb ruary 14, 1910, at the post-office at Cody, Wyoming, under the Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year |2.00 fitx Months 1.00 Single Copy 05 (Foreign Subscription $2.50) Advertising Rates promptly furnished upon request. Member of The Wyoming Press Association The Big Horn Basin Press Club The National Editorial Association Member of American Press Asso ciation of Advertisers, 225 W, 39th St, New York City, N. Y. * VALLEY VOLLEYS "l ♦ zzzz * Mr. and Mrs. "Shorty” Schaefer are to be congratulated on the arrival of their first-born, a young lady, during the past week. "Shorty’s” recognized ability as bronco-buster and dude wrangler will now be put to the test, as some say that bringing up children is a bigger job than either of the be fore mentioned ones. Here’s luck to you, anyway, Shorty! Ranger Peterman arrived at Valley P. O. Monday to receive applications for grazing permits. Four hours of bucking driftfs between the T E and Valley made arguments aboat sum mer grass hard to bear. The Valley Ranch has erected a new ice-house 12x20 feet, and is busy harvesting ice along the river. The building will also contain a large re frigeration room for keeping beef ■during the summer months. Joe Jones and Jack Camery saddled their trust steeds and headed toward town last Monday. Joe is understood to be going to join the Elks—very ap propriate that, as few know ’em bet ter. Harold Hill is spending a few days ae a guest of the Westermans on the Triangle Bar Ranch of June Little’s. The old Jewett saw-mill on Bob-Cat 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. IF YOU WANT A REAL MEAL TRY THE j | HART CAFE. | j : I GENUINE HOME COOKING CLEAN LINEN EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE 1- AND PIES LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE —ONLY BETTER UJlllllllllllllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU | Banner Store | J “NUF CED” I I C. J. Silins, Manager. ! ! What They’re Doing In The World Outside | mill! I !1 111 I 1 11 11 I I 11 I I Ls ! ! ! ! I! ! t ! I t I 1 t t t ! f M I ! ! Y Enrico De Nicola is to form a new cabinet for Italy. • • • • Sen. Kenyon, leader of the agricul tural bloc, has been appointed to a federal judgeship. If you can’s split a bloc the next best thing is to knock a chip off. • • • • James A. Stillman and wife are still at it in the divorce courts. If they would only keep still about it the pub lic would be much obliged. • • • • Gen. Christian R. Dewet, command er in chief of the Boer forces in the war of 1899,, died in the Dewestdrop last Friday. KjV'J • O • • The arms limitation conference came to a nend on the sixth of Fcb- H’-'.ry. The antiquated battle ship was the only thing limited. Japan still has Shantung and, also Serbia. She is to leave when order is restor ed. Judging from her conduct in Ko rea, that will be when doom’s day comes. • • • ♦ Hanford MacNider, national com mander of the American Legion, is on a nation-wide tour to look after wounded buddies. (Headline in the Billings Gazette.) It seems to us that Uncle Sam should be busy doing this. News comes from Jackson, Wyo., where the famous “all petticoat gov ernment” was established two years ago, that recently two men have been appointed to office. How come that a municipality with a woman mayor and woman council appoints and con firms two men to important offices? Is petticoat government slipping? • • • • Man is the positive force, and wo man the negative force in life, says Edith Rockefeller McCormick. We always thought she was both. is busy these days turning out lumber for local ranchers. The old machin ery has ben repaired and the mill is now operated, by Ray Siggins and C. R. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Bub Cox were visitors at Valley Ranch last Saturday. Bub is adding a new log barn and several dude cabins to his' establishment. Doc Cash may be seen these blustry , days wearing something very chic in | the way of headgear during his daily j pilgrimages between the Valley Store : and the wood pile. The article in question strangely resembles a short j section of a rusty stove pipe but in realty is the ancient fur head piece of some long departed dude. It can be purchased from the present owner at a large figure should anyone desire. The N E Ranch, having ben bother ed w’ith beaver darning the irrigation ditches, has arranged with the game department to get rid of the animals. Max Wilde is doing the work and suc ceeded in catching six so far. Frank Culp is planing on building a cabin on his new property near the South Fork bridge. The pool championship of the South Fork is being fought out and fought I over nightly on the table recently in stalled at the Valley Ranch. Judging J by the bellows of rage emanating ‘ from the pool room, Doc Cash is being hard pressed by Perry Snyder and Clarence Linn. Simon Snyder spent several days of the past week in Cody. Cardinal Achille Ratti, archbishop of Milan, has been chosen supereme pontiff of the Roman Catholic church to succeed the late Pope Benedict XV. His coronation as Plus XI will take place February 12. • • • • "Fatty” Arbuckle will have his third trial next week. He must have some money left • • • • The conference nations have agreed to banish gas from civilized warfare. The best way to fight would be as the Irishman suggested: "Swords at 20 paces.” • * * • The design on the new dollar is new but the same old crowd has de signs oh it. • • • • W. J. Bryan wants to be Senator from Florida. It wouldn’t be Bill if he wasn’t running. • • • • Motto for America at the Genoa conference: "Columbus, we are here.” • • • • The National Farm Conference in session at Washington recommended the completion of the big fertilizer and nitrate projects at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, which Henry Ford has of fered to buy or lease from the gov ernment, and voted that railroad cor porations and railroad labor should participate in price deflation, but de clined to ask for a repeal of the Ad amson 8 hour day law. The confer ence indorsed the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence waterway and also urged development of the hydro-electric projects to make current available for farm and village consumers, and urged the stoppage of forest devas tation. • • • • Gen. Wu Pei Fu is a prospective "dictator” of China. He is planning for a conference to federate and draft a new constitution for the na tion. NEW SCHOOL BUILDING TO BE DEDICATED FEB. 9 The following program will be giv en at the reception to be given at the new High School building on Thurs day evening, February 9th: Group of Songs Girls’ Glee Club Preesntation, Howard F. Bell Acceptance Pledge of the student body .Kenneth Purdy High School yells, Loyalty Song by the students. Inspection of the building. Refreshments will be served by the Domestic Science department. The Boy Scouts will act as guide. BANKS WILL BE CLOSED In accordance with business cus tom thruout the country the banks of j Cody will be closed on Monday the 13th in commemoration of the birth day of Abraham Lincoln. Shoshone National Bank. The First National Bank. It is claimed that South American soil can produce any crop grown on earth - NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wyoming, February 2nd, 1922. NOTICE is hereby given that ROY J. BLOOD. of Cody, Wyoming, who, on May 12th, 1920, made Additional Homestead En try, No. 07962 for Sec. 23; and on July 15, 1920, made Additional Entry No. 08640 for SBUNE% Sec. 22; N%- NW%, Sec. 23; NW%NE% Section 26, Township 50 N., Range 105 W., 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice oi Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above resceibed, before George S. Russell, Clerk of the District Court, at Cody. Wyoming, on the 25th day of March, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Simon Snyder. Albert J. Hartung, all oHshawooa, Wyoming; Walter a Kep ford, Charles Pierce, all of Cody, Wy oming. IRVING W. WRIGHT, Register. First publication February 8 Last publication March 8 NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Cody Stampede will be held at the Court House at Cody.’Wy ofning, on Friday, February 17th, 1922, at the hour of 8:00 P. M., sub ject to adjournment from day to day for the purpose of electing 3 direct ors, as provided for by the by-laws of said corporation, and to do such other and further business as may regularly come before the meeting. In accordance with a resolution of the Bor rd of Directors no stock can be voted on which has been transfer red on the books of the Company af ter February 15, 1922. CAROLINE LOCKHART, President. J. M. SCHWOOB, Vice-President. ATTEST: F. F. McGEE, Secretary Pro tem. MORE LOCAL NEWS You can lead a woman to a photo graphers, but you can’t make her be lieve that the pictures do her justice. Dr. Trueblood has hung his shingle over the desk at the Irma. It means that he is the house physician. O. B. Mann from Meeteetse was amongst Park County visitors at Ba sin last week. Harry Mallon has been in town for the last week attending to very im portant affairs. Tennis Shoes for Boys, Men, women and girls at the Cody Trading Company. H. W. Mendenhall was among those stopping at the Chamberlin from Bil lings on Tuesday. Mrs. Ross Yates will be at home to callers on next Monday afternooh, the 13th, from two until five o’clock. Bishop Thomas of the Episcopal Church was in town during the week and preached on Sunday at the; church services Mr. S. C. Parks is planning to make a trip with Mrs. Parks to California for a visit with Charles Parks who is attending Leland Stanford University. ] L. J. Churchfleld and E. H. Piper I were among those in Cody during the week from Sheridan. They registered at the Irma. I Joe Jones, while on his trip over in the Greybull country, was subpoened as a witness in connection with the] Lampitt trial. Joe has long been an authority on powder and explosives. Al Thomas who returned several weeks ago after having been in Sheri dan where his brother is sheriff, says he will be with us for some time meaning Al, not the sheriff. Mrs. Sam Scoville has sold her Garland automobile, and is an agent for the Garland car in Park County. The car was purchased by our old friend Peg Leg Kelley. Mrs. A. C. Foard, and Miss Kath erine Foard came back amongst the wind on Monday after having Schu mann-Heinked for several days in Billings. L. L. Newton has disappeared off the face of the map for a few days. On Saturday of last week he made a trip to Powell and returned in time' to go away again. Josh Dean of Meeteetse instead of: being on the screen writes that he has been in a hospital in Billings un dergoing a serious operation but ex pects to be home in a few days. Pontoon Johuny, by the way, was one of the great heroes of the war. His name was in the papers of both continents, with a recital of the cour ageous deeds he did in building bridges under Are. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Snyder who are now living in Maine are the proud parents of a daughter who arrived during the past few weeks. Mr. , Snyder who formerly lived at Val ley is a son of C. R. "Pap” Snyder. ’ Mrs. R. F. Mullen returned the lat ter part of last week after an absence ■ of several months, during which time ] she attended the wedding of her dau-! ghter Irene, and spent considerable ■ time in Omaha where Taxidermist I Mullen is remaining on for a while I due to poor health. John McFaddin and A. M. Sellery from Casper were among the oil men at the Irma during the week. Mr. McFaddin being the head of the Ohio Oil Co., and Mr. Sellery in charge of the proposed gas franchise for Cody. Helen Lucile Schafer was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schafer of Ish awooa, Wyo., on Wednesday, Febru ary first. When Edward reads this he probably won’t recognize himself. Anyway everyone knows it’s “Shroty” I mean the father. Barry Williams has fooled us again. Instead of being on a ship bound for Bermuda’s sunny shores, he is still in New York and writes that he hopes soon to return to God’s Country. We truse he will get here before John Fowler has sold all colts. S. W. Wilson, formerly of Greybull but who now plans to become a resi dent of Cody, is the one who did all the great repair work and general decorating at the Chamberlin Hotel. He is an expert painter, carpenter and general hand. Mrs. “Bob” Rumsey drove her giant Pierce Arrow through the North Fork snowdrifts on Saturday, and loaded up in town with so many supplies that Carl Johnston, seated on the back seat with a shovel in hand, looked like Santa Claus about to throw pres ents at each and everyone they met, as they set out again on Sunday mor ning for Blackwater Camp. Mr. Rum sey was unable to come down unring to school duties. Mrs. Rumsey nearly upest another “battleaxe” when she walked boldly by the Mayor’s office In a startling pair of “Peck & Peck’s” best checked stockings. “Prohibition has revolutioned the entire order of things,” said a friend of ours. “Revolutionized is the word,” agreed one of our wicked citizens. “It used Co be that If a man was drunk he went home to get sober, but not if he is sober be goeu home to get drunk.” Speaking of the hotel situation, there occurred something the other day which, might well be termed a good advertisement for the Irma. C. H. Cass who is working on the High Gravity rig out on Skull Creek took his Ford over to Burlington some time ago to have it repaired. The other day he sent Malvin Johnson after it After traveling favorably enough, the car broke down about eight miles this side of Burlington. Instead of turn ing and walking the eight miles back to Burlington, Mr. Johnson strutted out twenty-five miles for Cody. When asked as to why he walked bo far when he could have very easily re turned to Burlington, he replied, "Oh, Do//ar Men | Plan to Set Aside a Fixed Percentage of Your Income in a ii SAVINGS ACCOUNT | In Ette FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND WATCH IT GROW I Yellowstone Garage CHAS. STUMP, Proprietor Announces a Big Reduction in VESTA BATTERIES I See the Ford Water Circulating Pump Demonstration •' 11 • J ' ""' ,l ssr JJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiinip | BILLIARDS! | I 111111111111111111111111111111 l i Carom Billiards -j- Pocket Billiards I I Soft Drinks, Lunch, Cigars | I PATCH ELL’S II 1 I TniiiftiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiinniiiiinnininiimininiiiiiHiiiniiinuniiiiHiminni | S. C. Parks, Jr., President R. W. Allen, Cashier S I SHOSHONE NATIONAL BANK I CODY, WYOMING | | DIRECTORS | I Geo. Merrill, S. Conant Parks, S. W. Aldrich | D. J. Jones, M. W. Nuckols, S. G Parks, Jr., R. W. Allen I MONEY IS SCARCE! SAVE MONEY!! pHII BETTIK THAN EM Ar| fl q lIUAL DELIVERED SO,UU Correct weight; one Price io ah <BB Native coal co. i ono I. NELSON, Manager WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1922~ I wanted to spend the night at the Irma Hotel!” ATTENTION, EAGLES! All Eagles are requested to meet Brother A. B. Cohen at the depot, on Monday, February 13. - - i i . CASHI CASH! CASH! PAID FOR HIDES, PELTS, and FURS. Get My Prices on FURS. J. P. W E B E R Phone 142 CODY, WYO.