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Che Cody enterprise Entered as second-class matter Feb ruary 14, 1910, at the post-office at Cody, Wyoming, under the Act of, March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year 82.00 Blx Months 100 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 •t., New York City, N. Y. More Local News R. G. Hopkins, accompanied by Mrs. Hopkins, motored in from Clarks Fork on Friday for a little taste of city life. Farmer Hopkins’s hands show the callouses of honest toil, the re sult of plowing and harrowing an in credible number of acres for Spring planting. Walter Hoffman came In from Paint Creek to attend the meeting of pre cinct committeemen in Powell last Monday. He towed a tourist from Red Lodge, en route to Newport News, Virginia, for six miles behind his wagon, Including the Skull Creek hill. Frank Lewis, who has had sixty miles of traps set on Miller and Cran dall Creeks this winter, was in town on Saturday on his way to Billings. He was particularly successful with his catch of marten and foxes. He also caught an animal which seemed -to be a cross between a wolf and a coyote. It had a most beautiful and unusual fur. Mr. Lewis says that the coyotes have been worse than us ual this winter but impossible .to trap owing to the ease with which they were able to get deer. BITTNER—STAPLES Mr. Lawrence Bittner of Montana and Miss Lottie Staples of Meeteetse, Wyoming, were unftetf in marriage in Cody, Saturday, April 22nd, Justice C. A. Morston officiating. The Enterprise joins the friends of this young coupl« in wishing them happiness. Join the Eagles and take out some insurance. Units For Sale . . . IN . . . Paramount Petroleum Syndicate No promotion stock issued or will be issued. No salaries paid or will be paid until pro duction is secured. This Syndicate owns 1800 acres in Bud Kim ball anticline which is nearly the entire structure. | M| | 800 acres in Lost Soldier field; this is a prov en structure. 600 acres in the center of Murphy Dome with gas well in center of acreage. OFFICERS TERRY BAREFIELD, owner and manager Northern Drilling Company. WILBUR A. WOODROW, County Clerk and Recorder Hot Springs County. RAY PHEBUS, Pres. Ray Petroleum, several other companies, and Unised States Land Agent. References: Thermopolis State Bank and Bank of Lovell. Units for Sale at SIOO.OO Each by L. H. Barton and Terry E. Barefield, Room 6, Irma Hotel SNAP SHOTS By P. D. <J. A poll of prison inmates showed that the convicts favored the prohibi tion law by 100 to 1. Which confirms the suspicion that the drys have some rather shady support. o o o They say that modern girls are headed for perdition. Our grandmoth ers’ neighbors said the same thing about our mothers. 000 Modem married men join clubs, but the cave man enjoyed club life in bis own home. • • • A lot o£ so-called flappers are sure going to disappoint the alarmists when they turn out to be model wives and mothers. A Colorado town is going to tax bachelors $25 s head. They’ll never collect it. No bachelor would bring $25 at a tar. sale. Out in Chicago a shipment of light bulbs were found to be filled with moonshine. The movement for “light ’ liquors seems to be making some progress. About the only law that seems to be successfully enforced is the “un written law.” O O O The day’s big news: A woman was convicted of a crime and Denver won a ball game. Too Soon For Comfort A lot of people these days are in a position to sympathize with the negro who was being tried for a heinous crime. After due deliberation the jury found him guilty, and the judge said solemnly to the defendant: "I sen tence you to be hung by the neck until you are dead, on the 17th of March.’’ The darky looked surprised and grieved. But finally he found words to exclaim: “Say, boss, yo’ surely don’t mean the 17th of this cornin’ March ?” O O 0 A Weather Reporter Cody folks should be more consider ate about how they talk to strangers, or they may give our fair city an un enviable reputation. Last week when the snow was fall ing in flakes about the size of a co coanut and at a rate of about nine teen per second, a stranger walked into a local garage, shook a few snow- drifts from his overcoat and ex claimed to a busy mechanic: “Gawd, is this weather a regular thing here in the spring?’’ “No, oh, no,’’ answered the me chanic, assuringly, without looking up from his work. Then presently he added: “No- some days it snows like hell.” ft .... „ JSSfr [Classified Ads WOULD LIKE to figure with some one who has four good driving horses with harness, for July and August 37-ts TEX HOLM. FOR SALE: One Saddle in good condition. Also one baby carriage. Phone 63-W. 3-36t2 FOR SALE—BO acres under Cody Canal. Terms to suit purchaser. In quire Wm. L. Simpson, Cody. 34-ts LOST—Cameo pin, between the H. W. Thurston residence and Presby terian church. Finder please notify Mrs. H. W. Thurston. 11-38t2 FOR RENT—Modern 3-room apart ment, unfurnished. Phone 124-W. 10-38tf. FOR RENT—I6-room house cut in to 2-room apartments. Can be used for light housekeeping. Enquire En terprise or phone 58. 5-38t4 FOR SALE—I6-room house. 200 ft. front. Modern. Terms reasonable. In quire Enterprise or phone 58. 5-38t4 FORD Car, delivery body, extras, in good shape. Trade for horses or mules H. C. SANDBORN. 8-38-if. A 1 Irrigator wants job. Not less than $75 month. Inquire Enterprise.lt FOR SALE cheap—on easy terms, 80 acres irrigated land, known as the Dr. Bennett property in the vicinity of Cody. Address all communica tions to the First National Bank, Thermopolis, Wyo. 6-38t4 WANTED—Man with car to sell the FEST Ford Oil Guage made. SIOO.OO per week and extra commissions. Ac cessories Co., Graham, Benton Harbor, Mich. 38 AIRDALE DOG FOR SALE—pure bred Airdale pup, male, pedigreed, 12 months old, direct decendant of Pikes Peak Bob, famous Colorado champion, price $30.00. Apply to H. Armitage, box 302, Greybull, Wyo. 9-38t2 Motor vehicles are now paying more special taxes than any other industry. The first labor organization in the country appeared in New York in 1830. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at. Lander, Wyoming, April 19th, 1922. NOTICE is hereby given that CARL J. JOHANSSON, of Cody, Wyoming, who, on April 19, 1916, made Homestead Entry, No. 08034, for Lots 9, 18, 20, 19, 23, 24 25, 33, Section 6, Township 52 North, Range 104 West, 6th Principal Meri dian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore G zorge S. Russell, Clerk of Court, at Cody, Wyoming, on the 9th day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Earl Linde, of Morris P. 0., Wyo ming; Lawrence W. Nordquist, Peter Nordquist, Oscar Montgomery, all of Cody, Wyoming. IRVING W. WEIGHT, Register. First publication April 26. Last publication May 24. c Serial No. 013741 NOTICE OF THE APPLICATION of the Oregon Basin Oil and Gas Com pany for a United States Patent to the Chitty Oil Placer Mining Claim United States Land Office, Lander, Wyoming, February 16, 1922 Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance of Chapter 6, Title 32 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, the undersigned. The Oregon Basin Oil and Gas Company, a cor poration oganlzed and existing under the laws of the state of Wyoming, with its principal office and place of business at Cheyenne. Wyoming, by Wilfrid O’Leary, Its duly authorized agent and attorney in fact, claiming | one quarter section or 160 acres of oil s placer mining ground known as the “Chitty Oil Placer Mining Claim,*’ situate, lying and being In Park Coun ty, Wyoming, has made application to the United States for a patent for said oil placer mining claim, which 1s more particularly described as fol lows: The Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty-eight (28), Township Fifty-one (51) North of Range One Hundred (100) West of the 6th P. M. The notice of location of said Chitty Oil Placer Mining Claim is of record In the office of the Coun ty Clerk and Ex-Officio Register of Deeds in and for Park County, State of Wyoming, at Cody, Wyoming, in Book No. 6 of Location Notice Re cords at Page No. 234 thereof. That said claim and premises, to gether with the surface ground there in contained and hereby sought to be patented, is bounded as follows: On the north by the Cardan Oil Placer Mining Claim; On the south by the Caroline Oil Placer Mining Claim; On the east by the Wiley No IX Oil Placer Mining Claim; On the west by the Mars Oil Placer Mining Claim; Any and all persons claiming ad versely to che said oil placer mining claim and premises or any part there of, so above described and applied for, are hereby notified that unless their claims are duly filed according to law and the regulations thereun der, within the time provided by law, with the Register of the United States Land Office at Lander, Fre mont County, Wyoming, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of said statutes. IRVING W. WRIGHT, Register. First publication March 15, 1922. Last publication May 10, 1922. 111 • THE UNIVERSAL CAR Now Is The Time! K To Have Your Engine Overhauled. We Will Overhaul [ And Burn In Bearings For $25.00 H FORD SCHEDULE f * '*' ''' ' **"' ' ' I ll.l— I I 7J... *"' *■ ' , WE GUARANTEE A FACTORY JOB. Ford Service Station ’Phone 145 Cody, Wyoming. The Ebert Grocery Co. Quality and Service A place to find good things to eat at a reasonable price. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Fort Snelling and Gopher Can ned Fruits. Keil’s, Barrington Hall and Pea berry Coffee. We would like for you to give us a trial order. Yours for Quality, The EBERT GROCERY CO. E. T. EBERT, Mgr. GET YOUR MONEY’S WORTH LUMP COAL $125 $7.00 Best in Cody At Mine Delivered Correct weight; one Price to All ** 188 Native coal co. otto I. nelson, Manager ♦ If YOU WANT A REAL MEAL TRY THE HART CAFE. | GENUINE HOME COOKING CLEAN LINEN EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE - AND PIES LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE —ONLY BETTER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2«, 192?