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George T. Beck was a candidate for governor on the democratic
ticket when he set for this likeness. He would have been elected if
there had been more democrats. His father was James Beck, a dis
tinguished United States senator from Kentucky. He is an Old Timer
and has a wide acquaintance throughout the state.
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Mrs. Charlie Blaine will be surprised to see herself probably’.
This was taken before Mrs. Blaine got too fat to ride horseback and
when nearly all the women in Cody kept their saddle horses and
went out for a gallop evenings.
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R’member when Charlie Workman won the Denver Post race
from Evanston, Wyo., to Denver on Teddy?
Teddy was hauling a laundry wagon and belonged to Eric Erick
son when somebody discovered that he was “Ml horse” and Work
man started to train him. My goodness! but wasn’t everybody
tickled when he led ’em all for 615 miles and made it in 6 days, 8
hours, 18 minutes, winning SSOO and a $250 saddle for Charlie
Workman
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“Bad Lands Dave” McFall was the proprietor of the Hart
Mountain Inn, the finest hotel in this section when it was built, and
i description of the “elegant three course banquets held in the spa
cious dining room” appeared frequently in the society columns of
the Enterprise.
George Nelson was the first boarder. George went to his room
one day and was shocked to find a quart of whisky on the table and
to see a wisp of hair sticking out above the covers. George says he
hurried to the office and asked what woman was sleeping in his bed,
and was told it was Calamity Jane who had come to Cody on a visit.
Os course, we have only George’s word for it that he ran as fast
as he could to the office.
This is Grandpa Faust when he was only eighty-nine or ninety.
He’s settled down and cut out the rough stuff since this was taken.
We saw him going down main street the other day, stepping like a
long yearling. Grandpa is a great advertisement for th-: Wyoming
climate.
J. M. Schwoob says this is a picture of Frank W. Mondell when
he first blossomed out in politics, but more likely Jake is stringing
us or playing even with Mr. Mondell for something he’s done to him.
Betcha they tried to vamp him all along the line if he ever
looked like this photygraph with that curl in his hair, n’ everything.
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This looks like Tom Horn, the
Wyoming outlaw, but it is Joe
Jones taken about the time he
gave his famous dinner party at
the Irma. Joe ordered a special
dinner for eight and then invited
twenty-three, but neglected to
mention it to the chef.
This was the functiop where
Major Hoops appeared in even
ing clothes, looked around, went
home and put on his corduroys
and came back.
Joe forgot to appear at his
party.
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Dorothy Newton was a little
girl out on the Trail Creek ranch
when this was taken, unaware of
the sorrows and tragedies ahead
of her. As we recall it, she won
a piano in a ‘Most Popular Young
Lady’ contest which, perhaps,
was the occasion for this picture.
She looked typically Western
on horseback, and to our notion
was one of the most attractive
young girls in this section. She
grew up, married and had chil
dren, but always we remember
her in her Stetson sitting slim
and straight in her saddle with
the easy grace which no novice
> can imitate, her pony shuffling
up the dust as he single-footed
> down the road toward Trail
Creek.’
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