Pat O’Hara News
Mr. Louis, an old time prospector
and trapper, has gone back into Sun
light for the summer.
The Ganguet family are now locat
ed on the Big ranch.
Howard Starr was in Cody last
A large number of cattle came thru
here from Clarks Fork last week on
thei way to the summer range on '
The Sunlight ranger was in our
neighborhood last week repairing the
Dewey Riddle came out from Sun
light and brought some friends from I
Cody the end of the week.
Bill Bush has returned to our neigh
borhood and was around visiting old i
friends for a day or two.
The dance given by Mr. and Mrs.
Aug Schultz was a success, everybody
having a good time. Mr. Sshultz has
their home remodeled after it had
been damaged by the heavy wind of
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of From
berg, Mont., came as far as the Niel
sen ranch last Wednesday. They
brought Ted Anderson who came back
Andy Marler made another trip to
Billings to receive treatment for his
Florence James was met by her fa
ther, the Sunlight ranger, last Friday. ■
She expects to si>end the summer in ;
Reno Sirrine came out on the stage
last trip. He will spend several
weeks with his father on Crandle
The feet of the ranchers along the
South Fork commenced to tingdej
when the news reached them that',
“Chune" Little has a grand piano on 1
the way to his place.
The Valley ranch is making prep- [
arations for the record crowd of
dudes this summer. Everyone about
the ranch is ruahnig madly around
working from morning until night.
The new bath room and the also new
dining room are nearly finished now.
And it all reflects upon the able.
management and expertness of Lar
ry’s alert personality.
Marshall Hay is back to take the
Valley pack trip through the Yellow
stone. Needless to say, his return is
hailed with joy all along the South
Mrs. A. W. Little is expecting a
Mrs. Lawrence as her guest shortly.
Bud’s ranch is merrier by the ar
rival, for the summer, of Miss Patsy i
Fisher and Miss Winnifred Wrigley
of New York. Both of these young 1
ladies are fast becoming expert horse
Bud. incidentally, is expecting the
biggest outfit of dudes and dudincs in I
his ranch’s history. Daily he receive*
wires and letters from New York, Bos
ton, Philadelphia and Baltimore rak
ing for all summer accommodations.
Although Barry Williams is con
spicuous by his absence from his
place the ranch is already noted for ’
Ite good times. There is always a big
crowd hanging around and yet there
Is always room for one more. And the
work that had to be done on this
place is fast reaching completion.
Harry Corey is intending taking a
trip to Montana as soon as Tom |
Ames returns from the east.
The Valley outfit is getting up a
football team. They play every ev
ening and are soon going to issue
challenges to the entire South Fork.
There will be no service at Christ
Church Sunday, July 9th.
REV. D. R. BLASKE,
FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW
And a very important one is aptly
expressed in the now popular expres
sion made famous by that great Amer
ican actress. Ethel Barrymore:‘That’s
all there is—there ain’t no more.”
While it is a long step from the
dramatic stage to the War Depart-,
xnent you will see that this now pop
ular expression of the great actress
aptly fits a condition existing now in
the War Department.
Since the armistice when the army
found itself with a vast surplus of
materials it had no further need of,
it has been continuously disposing of
that surplue and trning it into cash
which has been used to redeem the
liberty bonds and thus reduce the
war debt and in that way reducing
Since the reduction of the size of
the army ordered by Congress, the
war departetmu ordered the elimina
tion of the non-combatant branches
and since the surplus property divi
sion of the army is essentially a non
combatant section the Secretary of
War ordered its limination. Since
there still was a vast surplus of ma
terials the Secretary of War ordered
that all such materials be disposed of
at public auction by June, 1922. Great
auction sales were held at the various
quartermaster depots all over the
country* and nearly two billions of
dollars worth of such surplus stocks
were disposed of.
Bloom’s Army Stores operating five
stores in several large cities bought
a vast quantity of these goods and in (
qrder to quickly turn that stock into
cash it is opening a number of new (
stores one which has been opened in
Cody under the management of L. G.
Cohen. Mr. Cohen states that there
is not an article in his store which is
not useful to everyone and are being
sold at letss than present market
value as compared with new goods
bought in the ordinary course of bus
iness. A purchase in the Anny store
is not an expenditure but an invest
ment. The people of Cody and vicin
ity are urged to visit the Army store
land inspect its stock —for In a short
| w’hile w’hen people will speaJc of Army
goods, they will say, “That’s all there
was—there ain’t no more.” All that
will remain will be pleasant memories
among those who have not neglected
i their opportunities and laid in a sup
ply of this class of ?oods. —Advertise-
I hereby announce t 6 the voters of
Park Count that I am a candidate for
the nomination on the Democratic
ticket for the office of County Clerk,
subject to their decision as expressed
at the Primary Election, to be held
August 22nd, 1922.
I appreciate your past support and
if elected, will endeavor to conduct
the office to the best interests of the
public. JAMES W. ROUSES AU.
To the Republican Voters of Wyom
■ Since Wyoming has been admitted
j to Statehood it has been the general
' rule to give state officiols who have
been faithful to their trust a second
term; this rule, however, not apply
ing to the office of State Treasurer.
One term of service upon import
ant boards qualifies the official to
give better service during the recond
term. He becomes familiar with the
I laws and other matters connected
i with the state government.
I Having served as State Treasurer,
I I believe that I am now’ qualified to
fill the office of Secretary of State
’ with greater ability than I could have
done without such service. There
fore, it is my purpose to offer to offer
myself to the people for the position
of Secretary of State, subject to your
i determination at the primary election
If elected I will pledge to you that
I will give my undivided attention to
i the office and the same square deal
you have received from me during
the time I have filled the office of
A. D. HOSKINS.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
I U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wy
oming. June 14th, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that John
C. Prante, of Cody, Wyoming, who, on
May 31st, 1917, made homestead entry
No. 09110, for SW*4 NEU, SEU
NW%, Lot 5, Section 19, Township
54 North, Range 102 W«rt. 6th Princi
pal Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make three year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before George S. Russell.
Clerk of Court, at Cody, Wyoming, on
the sth day of August, 1922.
I Claimant names as witnesses:
James W. Corder, Andy Marler,;
Charles Arnold, Hardee Bain, all of
IRVING W. WRIGHT,
Jun 28-Jul 26, ’22
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office .of County Com
missioner, for the awo-year term, sub- j
ject to the will of the Democrat vot-
■ ers of Park County at the August Pri
mary. C. A. WEBSTER.
Four Walls |
and a Roof— |
does not make- a HOME. The j
three essentials in HOME mak- ;
A Good Bathroom—
A Good Heating Plant. I
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of County Com
missioner, for the four year term, sub
ject to the will of the Republican vot
ers of Park County, at the August
Primary. S. A. WATKINS.
TO THE VOTERS OF WYOMING
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election to the office of State
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
I subject to the will of the Republican
I voters at the primary election, Au
: gust 22nd. The records of nil State
, officers are of course well known. I
hav-i held this office for the past
three and one-half years and if my
record has been satisfactory I shall
appreciate your support.
KATHERINE A. MORTON.
Patronize the advertisers
| FOR SALE —4-room house, water in
' side, 4 adjoining lots. Reasonable
for quick sale. Mra. Joe Isham. 47-2
FOR SALE OR TRADE —Seven pass
enger Studebaker, cheap. Will con
sider horse or Ford. See N. W. Frost.
FOR SALE —Delco lighting plant. H.
jw. Myers, Powell. 47tf
FOR SALE —New hay, Jesse Horner,
'phone 4F22. 47tf
FOR RENT —Three-room house, mod
j ern, furnished. Call Ross Inn.
1 STRAYED —From Pearson Bros, up-
per ranch, two bay work horses, wL
1800; on© sorrel work mare, wt. 1650,
branded 7X left thigh. All wore hal
ter when last seen. sls reward to re
turn to Kid Numat or see L. W. Pear
son. 48 2
WANTED —Salesman with ca’. Cord
I tires at prices below compeVlors
I SIOO and expenses. Hydra-Vulc.’.i
[Tire Co., 1104 S. Mich ave., Chicago.
; FOR SALE—Fat hens and tries.
Phone 5J4. 47tf
FOUND —in Cody, bunch of keys. In
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,
THE SANITARY BOTTLING Works
in Cody is now open for business.
Soda water of all kinds and DeMaris
spring water. Phone 46 W. 24-46tf
FOR SALE—2S head well broken sad
dle horses. Stafford’s Red Barn.- 46-2
WANTED —Salesman with car. Cord
tires at prices below competitors.
SIOO and expenses. Hydro-Vulcan
ITire Co., 1104 S. Mich. Ave., Chicago.
WANTED —Cook in private family on
ranch. Inquire Enterprise. 44
WANTED —Bees. C. E. Workman,
■ 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 busi
iness man with a view to making an
arrangment for handling same. Re
ferences required. Address Enter
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.
On and after July 1, 1922, te Valley
Stage will leave the Cody Lumber Co.
at 8 a. m., stopping at the Irma hotel
for passengers, arrive Valley at 12
noon and leave Valley at 1:30 p. m.
Arrive Cody at 5 p. m.
L. C. FREEMAN.
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Why buy Shoes with paper
soles, heels or counters which go
to pieces the first time you get
them wet - when you can get all lea
ther shoes that you can depend on
for service under all conditions.
This Guarantee goes with
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to the Wearer, any pair of
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Many New Styles for Ladies
Men and Children will arrive about
Cor WKiw Ct
WHERE IT PAYS TO PAT CASH
The House of Kuppenheimer- Good Clothes
Service and Quality
Summer Weather Items-
California Cantaloupe, Fresh
Cantaloupe are Extra Good Quality and
Include a can of Uzar Peanut Butter in
your next Picnic Lunch.
Fresh Turnips, Beets and Carrots for
The EBERT GROCERY CO.
Service and Quality
Phone No. 126
WEDNESDAY. JULY B, 1922.
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