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O Cody €«ttrprtst
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fltatered as second-claM matter Feb-
Smry 14, 1914, at the post-offiee at ]
Cady, Wyoming. under the Act of ]
Porch 8, 1879. ]
SVBSCBIPTIOX BATES
Om Year 82.00
■far Months 1.00
Paste Copy OS .
(Foreign Subscription 12.50)
Itdrertising Rates promptly furnished !
■pon request.
Member of
The Wyoming Pl?m Association
The Big Horn Basin Press Club
The National Editorial Association
WILSON AND CASS
CRIPPLE STAMPEDE
(Continued from Page 1)
when there was no opposition the
Committee paid its debts and divi
dend of 10 pr cent, taking in $2,456.75 .
at ‘Wolfville.
The second year there was opposi
tion by outsiders who held dances at'
the Irma hotel and the Stampede
•went behind S3OO, taking in $2,103.66
at Wolfville.
This year the receipts for the en- ■
tire three nights were only about
one-third what they were the previous
year, which means a deficit of several
hundred dollars for which Messrs.
W’ilson and Cass are alone responsi
ble.
With the increased attendance,.the
receipts, even w r ith a bad night,
should have been close to S3.VOJ
which would have paid every debt, a 1
dividend, and enabled the comml-.tse.
to start next year without boning the I
public for subscriptions.
The matter resolves itself into onq,
qu.rition:
Do the people of Cody want a Stam
pede or do they want a dance pavil
ion?
If they want a dance pavilion they
should support Messrs. Wilson and
Cass throughout the summer; if they
want a Stampede, which benefits di
rectly and indirectly nearly everybody
in Cody, they must find some means
another year of preventing persons
of the type of Cass and Wilson who
willing to sacrifice it for their, own
private gain, from running opposition. |
The president of the Stampede and ,
the writer of this article will 'not
again undertake the w*ork of promot-;
ing this celebration unless some
means is found of eliminating this
competition.
That Cass, an outsider, should have
no compunctions in the matter of
crippling the Stampede is, perhaps,
understandable, but the action of Wil- i
son who lives here and prifits by it.
is inexplicable.
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
State of Wyoming)
County of Park )ss.
Town of Cody )
July 3, 1922.
The Town Council met this day at
the Town Hall in the Town of Cody,
Wyoming, there being present Coun
cilmen Johnson, Hayden and Holm,
absent Mayor Trueblood and Coun
cilman Stump.
Upon motion of Holm, Hayden was
appointed acting Mayor.
Motion by Johnson to allow the U.
S. R. S. to borrow from the Town one
40 H. P. motor for about 30 days, sec
onded by Holm. Motion carried.
Motion by Holm that request of I
Herman ’Munsterman for a permit to
make certain improvements and al
terations at the corner of Sheridan
and 4th St upon plans as approved
by the Street and Alley Committee
be granted. Second by Johnson. Mo
tion carried.
Upon motion by Holm the following
bills were approved and the Clerk was
ordered to draw warants so same:
Cody Transfer Co., freight and dray
age .$ 18.80
Watkins and Prante, express and
drayage j 32.47
Kountze Bros., Bankers, 6 months in
terest on bonds 1950.00
Jake Lar. labor on streets 37.50
Fay Haskins, labor on streets 36.00
Harry Wiard. salary June 200.00
John Hobbs, labor on streets 24.00
J. M. Baston, labor on crusher 29.50
A. P. Goudreau, labor streets and
crusher 48.00
P. C. Everett, labor on crusher 21.50
Frank Hubke. labor on crusher 31.50
C. A. Fassett, labor on crusher 33.50 1
John Allen, labor with team on ,
streets 90.00'
R. P. Jones, labor on crusher and -
mowing J 96.50;
H. Nassoiy, labor on streets 20.00 |
Joe Freeborg. man and team drag-!
ring streets 16.00 '
Jack Parshall, labor on streets 12.00 ;
Lou Peterson, 15 days labor as night j
police 67.50
Bert Cogswell. 23V6 days labor mak
ing taps 94.00
• Howerton and Scholes, chlorinator
base contract 55.30
Howerton and Scholes, labor and ce
ment 48.40
Taggart Bros, and Tebbs, estimate on ;
W. W. contract 3895.00
Wm. Leib, Jr., estimate on W. W.;
contract 796.37 .
Kurtz and Weber, estimate on W. W. j
contract 1783.55 i
S. H L. & P. Co., May acct, crusher i
... 15.30
S. E. L. & P. Co., June pumping 50.00
& E. L £ P. Co., arc lamps for
June -- 200.00
Cody Lumber Company, lumber for
crusher • 11L80
Hendrie and Bolthoff, pig lead 30.75
Eugene Hayden, filling stop box 1.50
E. F. Shaw, salary for June 20.00 :
,Fred H oglu nd, labor on crusher'
Algott Johnson, labor on crusher
Algott Johnson, inspection of water
works 15.00
Home Supply, trees for park 8.77
R. R. Rousseau, notifying water us- <
ers shutoff 3.00
J. EL Forrest, labor pumping in
June 46.20 ■
R. R. Rousseau, salary for June
H. F. Bell, services in June on W. '
W. 150.00
Dave Jones, assigned by C. A. Fas
| sett 20.50
| Cody Plumbing & Htg. Co., labor and ;
‘ fittings 14.40 ■
: Cody Trading Co., supplies 50.75 '
L. A. Schwoob, supplies and labor
new W. W. 35.50
R R. Rousseau, assigned by A.j
i Peterson 3.00
Auto Paint Shop, painting signs
1 R R. Rousseau, assigned by J. H. ’
Young 3.00
J. H. Vogel, repairing flume (ceme
. tery) 1.60
Crane and Ordway, sill cocks 6.16
Western Union Tel. Co., Jun e acct.
Mtn. States T. & T. Co., firemen’s •
phones for June 52.10
EL W. Oskins, rent of pump house =
site 36.00
Northern Wyo. Herald, council pro
ceedings 61.20
1 Al. Thomas, labor on streets 10.00
l Frank Boner, labor on streets 10.00
; Mrs. Geo. T. Beck, assigned by E. T.
! Owings ‘ .50
, R. Dempster, labor on streets, mow
i ing : 10.00
Clifford Holm, team hauling gravel on
streets 7.00
Motion by Holm, that meeting ad
journ until July 14th at 8:00 p. m.
Second by Johnson. Carried.
Attest: C. E. HAYDEN,
FRED C. SCHAUB, Acting Mayor.
Town Clerk.
ADJOURNED MEETING OF REGU
MEETING OF JULY 3, 1922
July 14, 1922. |
t The Town Council met this day in
the Town Hall in Cody, Wyoming, I
' there being present Mayor Trueblood,
• Uouncilmen Stump and Holm. Ab-1
sent, Councilmen Hayden and John- ■
son. * ’
Minutes of previous were read and
approved.
The Street and Alley Committee re
ported on the request of Marion Will
iams to use part of streets during con-
I struction and in the matter of using,
dirt from excavation to fill depres
sions in street adjacent his property.
The Committee granted both requests.
Mayor Trueblood announced the
withdrawal of his appointments with
the exception of D. E. Hollister and
Harry Wiard.
Moved by Stump that the appoint
ment of z D. E. Hollister as City At
torney and Harry as Town Marshal
be confirmed. Second by Holm. Mo
tion carried.
It was moved by Stump that the
Mayor instruct the City Attorney to
draw up an Ordinance specifying that
the location of sidewalks be 2 feet
from lot lines, with the exception of
the east side of Morrill Street Sec
ond by Holm. Motion carried.
i Motion by Holm that the city print
.' ing be given to the Park County En
terprise from July 1, 1922, till July 1,
1923, and to the Northern Wyoming
Herald from July 1, 1923, till July 1,
II 1924. Second by Stump. Motion car
‘; ried.
Motion by Stump that the Clerk ad
vertise for bids on crosswalks as or
, dered built by the Council. Second
by Holm. Motion carried.
Motion by Holm that the Clerk ad
vertise for bids for the purchase of
( the old water tanks and their being
removed consequent of such sale. Sec
ond by Stump. Carried.
Petition of five pool and billiard
parlors to keep open after midnight
until after tourist season closed, was
read and permission granted.
Following bills were approved and
Clerk was instructed to draw war
rants for same:
Paul Cockrell, labor on road 9.00
F. F. McGee, Prem. on bond F. C.
Schaub . 2.50
F. F. McGee, Prem. on bond of D. E.
( Hollister 2.00
Scotty Clark, labor and material
J. A. Edwards, labor on road with
I team 56.00
, John Bosler, labor on road 33.00
! F. F. McGee, salary for June 10.00
| Kountze Bros., Bankers, chg. for pay
ing coupons on bonds 4.88
Motion to adjourn till the next reg-
I ular meeting night August 7th. Car
ried.
Attest: R. C. TRUEBLOOD,
FRED C. SCHAUB, Mayor.
Clerk. ,
POLITICAL ANNOUNCE
MENTS
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES
I am a candidate for the nomina
i tion as Representative from Park
i County on the Republican ticket at
. primary election August 22, 1922.
L. R. EWART.
ANNOUNCEMENT
I wish to announce my candidacy
Cor 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 of this
office as I have in the past.
G. A. HOLM, Cody, Wyo.
COUNTY CLERK
I hereby announce to 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. ROUSESAU.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce my candidacy
! for the office of Sheriff on the Demo
cratic tickeL
HARRY R. TIPTON.
FOR CLERK OF THE DISTRICT
COURT
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of Clerk of the
■ District Court, subject to the will of
: the Republican voters of Park County,
at the August Primary.
GEORGE S. RUSSELL.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Sheriff of Park Coun- 1
: ty, subject to the will of tho Demo
cratic voters at the August primary. '
W. H. LOOMIS !
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.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I am a candidate for the Republic
can namination fir Ciunty Assessor at
the August primaries, and will appre- ■
ciate such support as may be given in
my behalf. H. A. PHILLIPS, j
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
I to vote for me for sheriff on the Re
i publican ticket you can look up my I
record, which I feel will stand inspec
tion. I hereby announce my candi-1
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.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR
TWO-YEAR TERM
I hereby announce myself as a can-1
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 Prl-1
mary. C. A. WEBSTER
t
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for the Republican noml.
nation for the four-year term as coun
ty commissioner at the coming pri
mary election.
THOMAS OSBORNE, JR.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for the Republican nomina
tion for the two-year term at the com
ing primary election>
R. G. HOPKINS.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR
FOUR-YEAR TERM
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. 8. A. WATKINS.
FOR SALE—IOxI2 tent, 3-ft. wail. M.
L. Starr. 50tf
FOR SALE—New Remington porta
ble typewriter, |4O. Cody Museum.
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 entryj 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
O- 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. 50 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 I
chs. to Corner No. 9; thence N. 15 deg. I
OT W. 12.99 ch«. to Corner No. 10;
thence N. 81 des. 10* E- 10.00 chß. to
Corner No. 11; thence N. 6 des. 49'
W. 6.09 chß. 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 deg. 05' W. 8.47 chs. to
Corner No. 16; thence S. 29 deg. 00'
EL 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
cha. to Corner No. 19; thence N. 0
deg. 25' W. 1.43 cha. 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' -EL
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' EL 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’ EL 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' EL 4.51 chs.;
thence N. 78 deg. 30' E. 2.73 chs. to
Corner No. 21; thence S. 71 deg. 30'
EL 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-Jul 19, '22.
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