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Cbe Cody enterprise Sintered as second-class matter Feb ruary 14, 1910, at the post-office at Cody, Wyoming, under the Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year .*. >2.00 Six 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 0U New York City, N. Y. WESTERN WARBLES By SILVER TIP Spare the rod and lose the fish. • • • • The prevailing sign on the collier- ies these days is “No miners allowed.” • • • • The coal miners got a strike. A lot of early fishermen weren’t so suc cessful. • • • • You can’t repeal prohibition, says an exchange. Correct. There isn’t any to repeal. » • • • Why worry about the coal strike? There’s still plenty of corn in the country. • * • • An article is going the rounds on “The moral side of the movies.” Most people djdn’t know there was such a side. •.* • • “Took few drinks and went crazy,” says a headline. The moral apparent ly being: Don’t take few drinks. • • • • “Make the theaters safe,” pleads an exchange. Such a thing is Impos sible, according to the reformerfe. • • • • Horrible examples are a failure as deterrents. This applies both to drink ing and matrimony. e e e e They may scrap the battleships, but we will still have our tanks, despite the eighteenth amendment. • • • • The destruction of liquor by offic ers looks to us like an attempt to keep the price from falling through overproduction. Are You Ready For Easter? We Are! We Have Your New— Hats Skirts Coats Neckwear Suits J Gloves Dresses Silk Blouses Stockings We will be pleased to show you our goods* and help you make your selections for Easter. And Remember— At Volckmes’s, you get the lowest' prices possible, consistent with guaranteed quality. Volckmer’s! I The proof of the brandy pudding is 100. • • • • Statistics show that there are 92 per cent of the children of America in school. The other eight are be ing brought up for prohibition offic ers. • • • • A LOGICAL SOLUTION The boy stood on the railroad track, The train was coming fast The boy stepped off the railroad tzuck And let the train go past. • • • • SATISFIED HIS CURIOSITY There was a young man from Chicago Who wanted to see a buzzsaw go. He put down his face So close to the place That the doctor said, “Where did his jaw go?” Presbyterian Church Community Meeting at the Presby terian church next Sunday evening, April 9th, at 8 p. m. Mr. L. W. Ewart will speak on the subject, “The Making of Law.” Mr. E. J. Gopperat will speak on tho subject, “The Development of Law.” Mr. Paul Greever will speak on the subject, “The Enforcement of Law.” Citizens of every kind of belief.and thought are invited to atsend and take part in this meeting. A special invi tation is extended to the high school pupils to be present, as the addresses will be educational in character. The Presbytery of Sheridan will meet in the local Presbyterian church on Wednesday and Thursday. April 12 and 13. The public is invited to attend the popular meetings to be held each ev ening at 8 p. m.. Rev. David McMar tion of Cheyenne, Synodical Supt_, will pi sach on Wednesday evening, and Mis a Berry, Synodical Secretary, and Rev. Walter M. Irwin, D. D. of Denver, Colo., will address the presby tery on Thursday evening. Special music has been prepared so that these services will be pleasing and profit able. The Federal Reserve banking sys tem recently celebrated its svnth an nivrsary. In England special trains can be hired on railways at a cost of >5 per mile. Every business man in China has a shop name as well as a private name. If you fail at other places, you can always get it at The Mint. ENGLAND NAMES GENOA DELEGATES BRITISH DOMINIONS WILL BE REPRESENTED AT THE ECO- NOMIC CONFERENCE BEUY INDIA'S~APPOINTMENT Vice Premier of France to Hoad French Deieoailvn to Qar.es Meet; Pre mier’s Secretary also Named “22* London.—Delegates to represent the British dominions at the Genoa eco nomic conference have been appoint ed as follows: Canada—Sir Charles Gordon of Mon treal and Prof. Edouard Moutpetit of the University of Montreal. Australia—Sir Joseph Cook, high commissioner in London. Union of South Africa — Sir Edgar Walton, high commissioner in Londpn; Sir Henry Strakosch and probably Robert Henry Brand, who was with the British mission in Washington for nine months in 1917-18. Appointment of the Indian delegates has been delayed by the changes in the India office. Paris.—Louis Barthou, vice premier and minister of justice, has been des ignated by the cabinet to head the French delegation to the Genoa con ference. M. Oolrat, under-secretary to the premier, and three others will be named to serve with them. Would Fight Disease. Paris.—The Genoa conference will be asked to take up the task of pre venting the spread of contagion from Russia Into central and western Europe In pursuance of a resolution adopted by the council of the league of nations Wednesday. The hygenlc conference which has been in session at Warsaw, reported the cituation of the gravest character. There have been 20,000,000 cases of typhus, cholera and other contagious disease In Ruslsa In two years. The report declared measures taken to pre vent the spread of these diseases were Inadequate. Cash admissions paid daily to mo tion picture theaters amount to four million dollars. _ . THE UNIVERSAL CAR Now Is The Time! To Have Your Engine Overhauled. We Will Overhaul And Burn In Bearings For $25.00 FORD SCHEDULE WE GUARANTEE A FACTORY JOB. Ford Service Station ’Phone 145 Cody, Wyoming. R. I. Volckmer, whj has been ill for crrnß time is improving slowly. NOTICE TO WATER USERS You are hereby notified that until further notice, sprinkling hours in the town of Cody will be from 11 a. m. un til 5 p. m. only; this restriction being made necessary by the Inability other wise to hare power. Anyone violating this order will be fined. R. R. ROUSSEAU, 3i*2 Water Commissioner. • ' * GOOD RANCH FOR RENT , I wish to rent the farming end of my North Fork ranch tor the coming year. A complete outlt and a good deal for the right party. D. E. HOLLISTER Room 5, Pioneer wldg. 33tf. Cody, Wyo. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTH ERS INTERESTED IN THE FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. | _ tn the District Court of the Fifth Ju dicial District, Park County, Wyoming. In the matter of the estate of Eu gene Wilder, deceased. TAKE NOTICE:—That Edward E. Wilder, surviving executor of the estate of Eugene Wilder, deceased, did on the tenth day of March, 1922, file with the Clerk of the District Qourt, bis final account and a petition for distribution of said estate, where anyone interested may examine the same and file objections thereto at any time within thirty days from the last publication of this notice. That the last publication will be on the Sth day of April, 1922, and If no ob jections are on file he will make final settlement and distribution of said estate on the 6th day of May, 1922, or so soon thereafter as the said mat ter can be heard. EDWARD E. WILDER. Executor. Wm. L. Simpson, Attorney for estate. First publication March 16, * Last publication April 6. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wyoming, March 6th, 1922. NOTICE Is hereby given that MAX M. WILDE of Valley, Wyoming, who, on April 2, 1917, made Homestead Entry, No. 08968. for Lot 1, Sec. 8; Lot 3, Sec. 5; Twp. 48’N., Rg. 106 W„ 6th P. M.; and a tract of land described by meets and bounds as follows: Beginning at Corner No. 1, which Is the section corner of Sections 4,5, 8, and 9, Twp. 48 N. Rg. 106 W., 6th P. M„ thence north 89° 56' east 39.92 chs. to Corner No. 2; thence north 89* 61' east 1.56 chs. to Corner No. 3; thence south 0* 28’ east 19.64 chs. to Corner No. 4; thence south 89° 26' west 41.68 chs. to corner No. 5; thence north 0° 08' east 20.00 chs. to Corner No 1, the place of beginning, contain ing 159.46 acres; H. E. Survey No. ZOO, List 2-1828; has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before George S. Russell, Clerk of the District Court, at Cody, Wyoming, on the 26th day of April, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Edward L l . Jones of Ishawooa, Wyo. Frank Culp of Valley, Wyo. Hillis lordan of Cody, Wyo. Carl Downing of Ishawooa, Wyo. IRVING W. WRIGHT, Register. First publication March 16 Last publication April 12. Patronize the advertisers. GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH LUMP COAL $4-25 $7.00 Best in Cody At Mine Delivered Corrcci weight; one Price mar pmk .88 Native coai co. 9TT6 I. NILSON, MMagtr jjiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiji).iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii l iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii m)ll i l ii mi||| i l|||||||||||| | BILLIARDS! | = 1111111111111111111111111111111 s = = | Carom Billiards -j- Pocket Billiards | | Soft Drinks, Lunch, Cigars I | PATCH ELL’S I | NOW LOCATED AT THE IRMA HOTEL TiiiiHiHiiiiiiiiiiinHuniiiiiiiiHUHiHiiiiiHiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiHiinHHimiiiiiiHin; j IF YOU IUII REM MEAL mm | | HART CAFE. | I GENUINE HOME COOKING CLEAN LINEN '' EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE * AND PIES LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE —ONLY BETTER I. ***** ae **» 6 Blacksmith Prices Reduced! —" Ji I No. oto No. 3 *2.00 per horse. 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