WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1922
SCHULER MARKET OPENED
C. 4 F. and /. A. Schuler have opened j
a meat market on Sheridan Avenue,'
with a complete stock of choice fresh j
and cured meats, and equipment suf
ficient to give the people of Cody the
very best in market service.
The Schuler boys are recognized as
expert meat cutters, and they pro-1
pose to spare no effort to please each •
individual purchaser by giving a su- i
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| Caroni Billiards -j- Pocket Billiards |
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Have you seen the
the newest and best thing in
spotlights—stays put. Used
also as a trouble light.
Goodyear and Michelin Tires and Tubes
Full line of Auto Accessories and Supplies
The Yellowstone Garage
CHAS. STUMP, Proprietor
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; You Will Never Get Stung at !
■, BUSY BEE
\ Lunch Room
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\ BUSY POOL HALL i
I DULIS AVDIS, Prop, j
Best Vacuum Cleaner
on CAe MarKet
SHOSHONE ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO.
GEORGE T. BECK President
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Make No Mistake
When you need Auto Equipment be
sure to get the dependable kind —the kind
Firestone tires, the kind that give you I
‘Most Miles Per Dollar.’ Westric Batteries I
THE PARK GARAGE
| per-quality of product and a super
service in handling orders, all at a
: price they guarantee to be right.
Without doubt, the enormous vol
| ume of business this new flrnt is en
j joying as a starter, will be increased
i manyfold as it takes its place among
I the old and successful
firms of our city.
| Choice Baled Hay for sale at the
I Elevator. Phone 105.
STOLE A TIMER
NOW DOING TIME
Paul Cockrell of Powell endeavored
to combine business with pleasure on
Tuesday evening and got 10 days and
a SSO fine for it. He came up to Co
dy to see his girl and provide him-'
self with a new trimer for his Ford
which he was needing.
He took one from a car belonging
to Earl Biesemeirer, also of Powell,:
and was caught at it
Judge Marston handed out the
abdve punishment to the Powellite.
A meeting of all Democrats in Park
County will be held at Powell TueSr
day evening, May 23, at 8 o'clock.
All Democrats, especially the pre
cinct coifimitteemen, are requested
to be present, as important business
will be taken up and the cooperation
of each and every individual is ear
R. R. Rousseau, Secy.
clinton McMillin dies
Clinton McMillin, the twelve year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McMil
lin who live on the Watkins ranch,
died in the Powell hospital on Mon
day night of abscess on the brain.
Funeral services were held in Cody
on Tuesday and he was taken to Col
orado for burial on Wednesday morn
Pat O’Hara News
A young man named Anderson pas
sed through here last ween, enroute
to his homestead in Sunlight. He liked
our part of the country very much.
While in Rock Springs recently he [
’ sent for the Enterprise and says the i
I people there were very much taken'
I with our local paper.
Miss Josephine House who hails';
' from Miles City, Montana, has been
I engaged to teach the summer term of
j school in Sunlight
The Pat O’Hara School has finished ;
' its term. Paint Creek will finish this 1
Walt Owens and wife motored to I
j Paint Creek last Sunday. Mr. Owens
. planted two cases of fine young trout
lin sheep creek. They took dinner
j with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz.
Sabra and Ermer Marler called at
the Nielsen home one day last week.
Mrs. John Nielsen called on the
School the last week.
Mrs. John Riegel made a trip to j
CWy last week.
Mr; and Mrs. Ed Brown were in |
Cody last week. Mr. Brown brought
out a load of grain for seeding.
It looked like we were to have
another spell of winter when quite a
heavy snow fell curing the past week.
However the larks are still singing
Mr. and Mrs. John Nielsen visited
at ’Fred Schultz’s last Sunday. There
are many people coming to Paint
1 Creek after trout.
’ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Manning visited'
j at the Fred Schultz home, Sunday.
NOTICE TO APPROPRIATORS OF
WATER FROM THE SHOSHONE,
A public hearing will be held by
'me at Cody. Wyoming, upon Thurs
day, June 1, 1922, upon matters con
cerning appropriations of water from
the Shoshone River. Special consid
eration will be given to Permit No.
2111 as originally granted by the
State to Cody and Salisbury, and lat
er assigned to the U. S. Reclamation
Service. Testimony will be received
as to the extent of the proper appli
cation of the said permit to the Sho
shone Project of the United States.
Opportunity will be given to all
parties in interest to be heard at
FRANK C. EMERSON,
First publication May 17.
Last publication May 31.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
PARK COUNTY, WYOMING
ROY H. MALBONE
TO MARIA MALBONE, whose resi
dence is unknown:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED:
that the above named plaintiff has
filed in the above entitled Court bis .
petition in which you are made de- ;
fendant. the object and prayer of said
petition being to obtain a divorce I
from you upon the grounds of deser
tin for a term of more than one year
prior to the filing of said petition.
You are hereby notified that you
are required to answer the said peti
tion on or before the Ist day of July,
1922, or default will be entered against j 1
you and the prnysr or said petition be <
WITNESS my hand and the seal of,
this Court this 6th day of Mav 1922. !
(SEAL) GEORGE R. RUSSELL, i
Clerk of the District Court.
First publication May 10, 1022
Last publication June 14, 1922
Andy Marler made a trip to Everet
Reynold’s homestead last Sunday,
taking a load of supplies to him.
Bud Waugh, who has been in Sun
light for a couple of months, has gone
for a short visit to his home in Kan
! sail. Bud says he will be be right
, back as he thinks there is no place
i on earth like Sunlight, and we agree
! with him.
i Cattle are beginning to be brought
into Sunlight on the summer ranges.
New First Quality Rubber Boots,
Guranteed. Red knee, $3.90; White
Knee, $4.85: Storm King, $4.85. The
Choice Baled Hay for sale at the
Elevator. Phone 105.
VETERANS’ BUREAU CLEANUP
SQUAD TO BE HERE MAY 29-30
Charles J. McNulty of Casper, re
placement officer of the Veteran’s Bu
reau, was fn Cody last week making
preparations for the final clean-up
drive now being conducted through
out the country. During this drive
action may be obtained on new claims,
pending and rejected claims of ex
While here Mr. McNulty made ar
rangements to have the clean-up
squad hold forth at the Irma Hotel
on May 29 and 30, manager Files hav
ing granted the use of the lobby and
two large hotel rooms for the pur
pose. The squad will be on duty
from 8:30 to 6 p. m„ both days. The
squad will consist of a doctor, dentist,
insurance man, typist, and contact
Mr. McNulty, now has 150 men in
i training in his district of 1000 miles.
( Local organizations cooperating in
the clean-up drive are the American
1 Legion and American Legion Auxil
| iary, the Red Cross and the U. S. For
Information regarding the drive
may be obtained from. E. J. Goppert,
I who is in charge of local arrange
First Match Made in 1820.
I ’ The first sulphur match was made
El Dorado means in Spanish “th<
! golden,” and was the name bestowec
j on a fabulous city believed to exist
In the interior of South America
| Many fruitless expeditions set out lr
.' search of iL
Under New Management
First Class Dining Room
Pool and Billiard Hall in Con
J. F. FILES, Manager
MAKE EVERY HOUR
A HAPPY HOUR!
With Blanche Gokel fixin’
up the eats
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COW BOY BOOTS
HyeY, Justin and Teitzel
Chaps, Bits and Spurs
Tourists Outfits 1 '
sky I J
will be paid for information lead
ing to the arrest and conviction
of any person or persons killing
or stealing stock belonging to
W. R. COE
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If You Want to Be Shown
An Oldtimer’s Cooking is Hard to Beat
GEO. GRUPP’S PLACE
SteaKs a Specialty
i[ On your Auto should have the attention of an Expert— I'
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BRING ’EM IN!
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NEW & SECOND HAND STORE |
Highest Cash Price Paid
for Hides, Pelts and Furs
At the Old Place on Sheridan Avenue, Cody, Wyoming
( Lambert’s 2nd Hand Store)
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