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Cbe Cody enterprise btered as second-class matter Feb teary 14, 1910, at the post-office at | Cody, Wyoming, under the Act of I March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year 82.00 Btx Months 1.00 Slagle Copy 05 (Foreign Subscription 82.50) Advertising Rates promptly furnished ■pon request. Member of The Wyoming Press Association The Big Horn Basin Press Club The National Editorial Association ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce my candidacy for the nomination to the office of County Treasurer, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the pri mary election, August 22nd. If nomi nated and elected I will give the same careful attention to the duties if this office as I have in the past. G. A. HOLM, Cody, Wyo. FOR SHERIFF Henry L. Wiard, Cody’s popular city marshal, has consented to listen to the appeal of his many friends to present his name to the Republican voters for sheriff of Park county. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Park Coun ty, subject to the will of the Demo cratic voters at the August primary. W. H. LOOMIS NOTICE TO PATRONS You are next at the White House Barber Shop. I have secured the ser vices of F. S. Peake who makes a (specialty of barbering girls’ hair, la dles’ massage and shampooing. Spe cial apointments. 23-44tf Ed Rains, Prop. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of sheriff on the Repub lican ticket and will appreciate the support of the voters of Park county at the primaries August 22nd. JOHN P. DAHLEM. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wy-; oming. June 12th, 1922. NOTICE is hereby given that Priestly Riddle, of Painter, Wyom-, ing, who, on December 13th, 1917, made forest homestead No. 010091, for: Beginning at Corner No. 1 which is the Quarter Section Corner between Sections 15 and 16, Twp. 55 N. Rge. 105 W. 6th P. M., thence S <)• deg. 02' W. 8.72 chs. to Corner No. 2; thence S. 82 deg. 06' W. 9.80 chs. to Corner No. 3; thence S. 62 deg. 07' W. 16.47 chs. to Corner No. 4 which Is identical with Corner No. 18 of H. E. Survey No. 46; thence N. 30 deg. 53' E. 11.65 chs. to Corner No. 5; thence N. 2 deg. 08' W. 7.00 chs. to Corner No. 6; thence S. 83 deg. 12' W. 10.49 chs. to Corner No. 7; thence S. 57 deg. 45' W. 14.99 chs. to Corner No. 8; thence S. 72 deg. 55' W. 2.99 chs. to Corner No. 9; thence N. 15 deg. 07' W. J 2.99 chs. to Corner No. 10; thence N. 81 deg. 10' E. 10.00 chs. to -Corner No. 11; thence N. 6 deg. 49' W. 6.09 chs. to Corner No. 12; thence S. 84 deg. 25' W. 10.48 chs. to Corner No. 13; thence S. 9 deg. 22' W. 8.00 chs. to Corner No. 14; thence S. 7 deg. 07' W. 5.89 chs. to Corner No. 15; thence S. 85 de&. 05' W. 8.47 chs. to Corner No. 16; thence S. 29 deg. 00' E. 10.83 chs. to Corner No. 17; thence S. 85 deg. 11' W. 10.53 chs. to Corner No. 18; thence N. 31 deg. 59' W. 9.10 chs. to Corner No. 19; thence N. 0 deg. 25' W. 1.43 chs. to Corner No. 20, thence following the meanders of the south side of Sunlight Creek in Sec tion 16 as follows: N. 85 deg. 55' E. 2.09 chs.; thence N. 56 deg. 31' E. 3.57 chs.; thence N. 34 deg. 28' E. 2.26 chs.; thence N. 22 deg. 11' W. 6.97 chs.; thence N. 51 deg. 04' W. 1.27 chs.; thence N. 54 deg. 34' E. 5.45 chs.; thence S. 82 deg. 41' E. 5.26 chs.; thence N. 53 deg. 37' E. 4.19 chs.; thence N. 4 deg. 38' E. 5.44 chs.; thence N. 25 deg. 10' E. 7.90 chs.; thence S. 86 deg. 39' E. 3.77 chs.; thence S. 3 deg. 57' W. 9.90 chs.; thence S. 78 deg. 46' E. 6.79 chs.; thence N. 46 deg. 41' E. 5.07 chs.; thence N. 14 deg. 84' W. 4.20 chs.; thence N. 74 deg. 25' E. 1.50 chs.; thence S. 40 deg. 24' E. 4.75 chs.; thence N. 50 deg. 27' E. 3.49 chs.; thence N. 3 deg. 30' W. 4.65 chs.; thence N. 38 deg. 25' E. 4.51 chs.; thence N. 78 deg. 30' E. 2.73 chs. to Corner No. 21; thence S. 71 deg. 30' E. 5.71 chs. to Corner No. 22; thence N. 80 deg. 00' E. 16.53 chs. to Corner No. 23; thence S. 8 deg. 01' E. 26.48 chs. to Corner No. 1 the place of be ginning containing 159.95 acres. H. E. Survey No. 174. List No. 2-2203, has filed notice of intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before George S. Russell, Clerk of Court, at Cody, Wyoming, on the 28th day of July, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses. Archie E. Evans, Dewey Riddle, Walter W. Alexander, Walter O. San zenbacher, all of Painter, Wyoming. IRVING W. WRIGHT, Register. Jun 21-JU1.19, ’22. HON L. CURTIS HINKLE ■HI M Kit/ ■’ ■ Sr BiF Whss X- a x. J (By One Who Knows Him) Environment and associations have 'had a great deal to do with the mak ing of L. Curtis Hinkle a loyal, active ! and unswerving Republican for he was born on July 6, 1869, at Orange, Ashland county, Ohio, in the old con gressional district of John Sherman, James A. Garfield and William Mc- Kinley. It naturally followed that he should have earned the name of “the original Harding man” because at Chicago in 1916, he tried to stampede the national Republican convention, to which he was a delegate, for the Ohio senator. Mr. Hinkle came to Wyoming a young boy,' casting his first vote just after the territory emerged into statehood. His first oc cupation was that of a telegrtph ope rator on the Union Pacific railway and he continued in the employ of the company for ten years, most of the time in the capacity of of train dispatcher. In politics Curtis Hinkle has loyally served the Republican party as city chairman, county chair man and member of the state central committee and has been a delegate to every state convention since 1890. His record as a public servant is a proud one —whatever position in has occupied has been filled honestly, courteously and efficieintly. As a member of the state legislature, as chief clerk of the state board of land Know Your Telephone Man THE telephone people in this town are A jealous of the reputation of their i service. You cannot do them a better turn than to report an irregularity in the telephone service. Give them prompt and intelligent information about the slightest discour tesy, the amallest fault in equipment or the least aggravating delay, and they will thank you. They have no higher material ambition than to move upward in the ranks of tele phone employes, and they know that as they give better service the road to promo tion grows easier. It pays any business man to get better acquainted with the people who help him do business. The telephone man in this town is worth knowing better. Tell him your telephone troubles, if you ever have any, and watch him get busy to correct them. And he’ll thank you. -1 Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. commissioners and as deputy secre tary of state, be has known “no east, west, north or south” but has ever had in mind the good of the entire commonwealth. While with the state land boarl he was instrumental in starting and saw to completion the Cody Canal, the Bench Canal and the Sidon Canal —all in the Big Horn countrylithus assisting in opening up a new empire. Everyone who enjoys a close ac quaintance with Curtis Hinkle pro nounces him an honest, upright man, faithful alike to his friends and to his party. He is known throughout the state as a good citizen, devoted to law and order. His influence will always be found on the side of that which is just and right and he will in the fu ture, as he always has in the past, strive to further the interests of Wy oming and the welfare of its citizens. He is a Mason, having attained the 33rd degree, a Shriner and an Elk. Mr. Hinkle is now a candidate for the nomination of secretary of state, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the approaching primaries. He pledges himself, in the event of his nomination and election, to devote his entire time to the duties of his office and to co-operate in every way with the next administration in estab lishing a record of unselfish public service, economy and efficiency. “MEETEETSE STAGE” On and after July 1, 1922, the Mee teetse Stage will leave the Meeteetse Postoffice at 8 a. m.» stopping at the Overland Hotel for passengers, arrive Cody 10 a. m. and leave Cody at 2 p. m. Arrive at Meeteetse at 4:30 p. m. The stage will depart from the Cody Lumber Co. stopping at the Irma Hotel for passengers. H. B. ROBERTSON. 47-2 t FOR sheriff To the Voters of Park County: I am so busy working for a living that I cannot get around to see you all before election, but if you want to vote for me for sheriff on the Re publican ticket you can look up my record, which I feel will stand inspec tion. I hereby announce my candi dacy for that position. TEX HOLM. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the nomination for clerk of the District Court, subject to the will of the Republicans of Park County at the August primaries. W. B. THOMSON. In Shanghai, China, there are 13 shops devoted exclusively to automo bile building. Home made Polar pies at The Mint. Wm. S. Bennett, Jr. Attorney at Law t . Practice in all Courts GREYBULL WYO. AfVWVVWWWWVWWMAAWVWV IRMA HOTEL CODY, WYOMING Under New Management First Class Dining Room Sample Rooms Pool and Billiard Hall In Con nection J. F. 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