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I DON’T know I MEAN YOU KNOW how it is WHEN YOU come to town AFTER horses THAT HAVE run away OR SOMETHING * * AND YOU fool around AS ONE always does • • FOR SEVERAL days YOU KNOW what I moan 1 MEAN you must know j IF YOU’RE human at all BUT ANYWAY | AS I was leaving town MY BOSS approached me • • j AND SAID 1 had to write A B. V. D. BY THIS afternoon SO HERE I am • • TRYING MY best • • AND I don’t know • • WHAT TO write about BUT AS I was having A HAIR cut AND A shampoodle AND ALL the rest of it THIS MORNING IN ED Raines’ barber shop AND HE darned near • • SHAVED OFF THE ONLY moustache I EVER had AND THE only one MY MOTHER'S son ever had AND IT took me twenty years TO PROPAGATE it rt ND HE told me ♦ • THAT HE had a car ♦ • I MEAN a Ford THAT WOULD go SIXTY MILES an hour • • AND I believed him AND CALLED it a car AFTER WE had gone FORTY ALONG the road AND TWENTY over the bumps UP AND down AND LATER I RAN into Vogel ON THE street YOU KNOW what I mean THE MAN that nails us IN THE end OUR POPULAR undertaker AND HE had FOR some reason or other A GARDEN hose INSTEAD OF a necktie ft ft AROUND HIS neck AND I asked him IF HE was the local FIRE DEPARTMENT AND HE didn’t laugh AND DIDN’T even answer SO I unanimously resolved HE DIDN’T even have % A SENSE OF HUMOR AND AFTERWARDS • • I MET him again AND ASKED if he had A PINT on his hip YOU KNOW what I mean • • ONE OF those ♦ * LOCAL hip diseases BUT ANYWAY • • I KNEW he wouldn’t GIVE ME a diink IF HE had BUT WAS happy IN THE thought THAT AT last I HAD found someone OR SOMETHING to write about [ So much for that. _ ============= —— ■T_!L_IV-JL> > LOCAL ITEMS I < I ■ - —•> Mrs. J. H. Van Horn and Mrs. D. A.. Tinkcom left tor Sheridan on Monday. : The yellow buses carried 109 tour ists into the Park on opening day. Gordon Knelsley was in town on I Saturday. Mrs. E. E. Dunn is visiting in Wheatland. Wyo. Archdeacon Dray who is so well liked by Cody folk is now in England. F. J. Hiscox drove up from Orpha, Wyo., last week, arriving on Satur day night. Tyler Bronson of New York City and Hurricane Bill Herrick have gone off on another bear hunt Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kane have been called to lowa by the illness of Mrs. , Kane’s mother. Mr. and Mrs Dick Hindman have moved into the Palm house which they purchased recently. Hardy Bain of Powell Is camped at the fair-grounds with race horses which he is working out. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hopkins and ■ Walter Hoffman of Pat O'Hara were ) in town on Monday. Miss Ida Ward returned from Lara mie on Saturday where she has been attending the University. Mr. and Mrs. "Tex” Thomas were in from their ranch on South Fork on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P .Altberger will i remain in Europe this summer but may get to Cody in the fall. Fred Wright of Sunlight states that the coyotes in that section have nearly exterminated the feathered, game. The Nordqnist noys nave two dudes 1 arriving Saturday from Detroit and expect ten from New York City for! the Stampede. At Dave Jones’ suggestion the council appropriated SIOO to take the rocks from Main street to the fair grounds in preparation so the Stam- ] pede. Mrs. Carrie Palm and her brother Len Clark of Clark, Wyo., have pur chased the Joe Ganguet ranch on Lower Sage Creek. The Ganguets will move back to the Two Dot ranch. Mayor Josh Dean and Mrs. Denn were over from Meeteetse the end of the week. Josh wears his honors modestly, quite unspoiled so far by his new office. Judge Metz has ruled that half of the estate of the late X. Whiting, mayor of Thermopolis, shall go to Bessie O. Whitfrig whom he married without obtaining a divorce from a wife in the east who presented her claim after his sudden death at the Irma hotel while in Cody last winter. Seven of the "gear jammers” on the yellow busses who have had this end of the run for several seasons are driving again this year—Francis Hayden, Virgil Hayes, Neil Slater, James Ramey, Boots Dunlap, Chas. Clark and Mr. Mansey. Harold Lust has charge of the camps this year. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Petermann of Ishawooa entertained over the week end Forest Supervisor Hutton and family, Deputy Langworthy and fam ily and Forest Clerk Mrs. Hayden. A delightful dancing party at the Community club house constituted no small part of the enjoyment. The Langworthys are camping in that-vi cinity, while the deputy is investigat ing range conditions and getting ac quainted with forest conditions on the South Fork. Four Walls and a Roof— does not make a HOME. The three essentials in HOME mak ing are: Good Plumbing— A Good Bathroom— A Good Heating Plant. MENZIES Phones 201, 201-2, 207 BRENNEN CODY PLUMBING, HEATING and SHEET METAL WORKS Sanitary Plumbinfl—Reliable Heatlnfl —Guaranteed Workmanship Aflente for the Famous , SUNBEAM WARM AIR FURNACE The Best and Cheapest Furnace on the Market i Paul Richter has bought himself a nifty new car. A guide has been stationed at j Frost’s Calve to conduct tourists , through this spooky cavern. Charles A. Crane of Chicago is vis iting his brother, Russell Crane. He will remain over the Stampede. Injun Joe Mathison came out of the hills last week and drifted down to Cody to spend his money. A streak that looked like Finley Goodman of Powell dashed through town on Friday morning. Maybe it was. The July number of the Sunset magazine contains a picture of Miss Lea Ganguet and her prize-winning, sheep. Mr. Herbert L. Rothwell of Syra cuse, N. Y., arrived in Cody last week ' and made preparations for his w’ork as patrol guard on the North Fork leading to the Park. Bert Oliver dropped around to say that he is now in the employ of the Society Opposed to Prohibition and that his job is spotting the spotters. ' "Chune” Little and M. J. Dayer were overnight guests at the Hollis- | ter ranch on Friday. After a month's hunt “Chune” has finally located his runaway horses at Garland, through his Enterprise ad. The new dance pavilion will be opened on Saturday night and half of ■ the proceeds will be donated to the Benefit Ball which Mrs. Lulu Hall is [ giving for the American Legion on I Thursday of this week, O. E. Brewster, mayor of Crescent, Okla., was among the early season tourists to visit Cody and the Park and expressed himself as being de lighted beyond expresHm with the I trip. Mr. Brewster is considering es tablishing in business in Cody. J- ' Classified Ads) ■A FOUND —in Cody, bunch of keys. In i: quire at this ocice. 45tf . FOR SALE—Household goods. R. V. ’ Sass at Palm residence. 45tf , WANT TO BUY—-2 thorobred Guern sey or Jersey cows. H. A. Thurston, J Cody. 19-42tf 1 THE SANITARY BOTTLING Works 1 in Cody is now open for business. Soda water of all kinds and DeMaris ! spring water. Phone 46 W. 24-46tf 1 FOR SALE—2S head well broken sad -1 die horses. Stafford’s Red Barn.- 46-2 j .. ». ’ WANTED—Salesman with car. Cord . tires at prices below competitors. • SIOO and expenses. Hydro Vulcan - Tire Co., 1104 S. Mich. Ave., Chicago. WANTED —Cook in private family on ’ ranch. Inquire Enterprise. 44 I WANTED —Bees. C. E. Workman, ■ Cody. 13-40-ts. , WANTED —A woman who has a con ( siderable tract of land in the oil zone , in the Greybull country would like to ' correspond with an experienced busl iness man with a view to making an arrangment for handling same. Re ( ferences required. Address Enter prise. 40tf. 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Cwrliaiiiii (M WHERE IT PAYS TO PAV CASH The House of Kuppenheimer Good Clothes WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, IK 2.