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WEDNESDAY, JULY 2«,
BUM -SPRINGS
On your Auto should have the attention of an Expert— I|
I! . A POSITIVE GUARANTEE
] i that If it doesn t Stand Up it doesn’t cost you a cent” 1 !
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BRING ’EM INI
11 —Broken Springs, Axes, and oner parts. We’ll do a |'
I1 GOOD job of it—and our price will be Right 1 11
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SHULER S MEAT MARKET
CHOICE MEATS
Ham, Bacon, Sausage and Fish
Fresh Milk and Whipping Cream. This
cream is from 35 to 40 per cent test
and will whip in from 1 to 2 min.
Located in Old Standard Restaurant Bldg.
PHONE IO .... Cody, Wyoming
FOWLER'S ‘ |
NEV A SECOND HAND STORE
Highest Cash Price Paid
for Hides, Pelts and Furs
At the Old Place on Sheridan Avenue, Cody, Wyoming
Succes«or to
( Lambert’s 2nd Hand Store)
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I Your Valuables? |
= During the summer when every one is seeking the =
= cool spot out of doors, are your papers, jewelry and other =
= valuables easy prey for prowlers. =
= When you’re off on your vacation or week-end, are =
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= ty of your valuables? =
H A safety deposit box takes these cares off your shoul- =
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK |
CODY, WYOMING
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| Soft Drinks, Lunch, Cigars |
I PATCH ELL’S |
NOW LOCATED AT THE IRMA HOTEL
I Make No Mistake
When you need Auto Equipment be |
sure to get the dependable kind —the kind |
we handle.
Firestone tires, the kind that give you
‘Most Miles Per Dollar.’ Westric Batteries |
THE PARK GARAGE j
POLITICAL ANNOUNCE
MENTS
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES
I am a candidate for the nomina
tion as Representative from Park
County on the Republican ticket at
primary election August 22, 1922.
L. R. EWART.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
I wish announce to the people of
this county that I am a candidate on
the Republican ticket for nomination
to the office of Representative from
Park County at the Primary election,
August 22nd.
WILLIAM G. MUDGETT,
Powell, Wyo.
TO THE VOTERS OF PARK
COUNTY
At a time when taxes are as high
as they are in this county it is the
duty of all to curtail every needless
expense and strive to reduce them
and I am stating what I honestly be
lieve to be a fact when 1 tell you that
if elected to the office of Court Clerk
I can reduce the expenses of that of
fice One Thousand Dollars a year, as
compared with the present expenses.
W. B. THOMSON.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I wish to announce my . candidacy
for the Democratic nomination for
the office of County Assessor at the
August primaries and will appreciate
such assistance and support as my
friends in Park County may give me
prior to and at the primary election.
Very respectfully,
WM. H. EDLEY.
NOTICE TO DEMOCRATS *
I wish to announce my candidacy
for the office of Sheriff on the Demo
cratic ticket, subject to the will of
the voters of Park County at the Pri
mary election on August 22.
STANLEY H. QUICK.
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Sheriff, subject to
the decision of the Democratic elec
tors at the August primary. I ap
preciate the efforts of my friends in
my behalf prior to and in the pri
mary election.
F. W. REMINGTON.
NOTICE
To Whom It May Concern:
Water is being run upon the state
highway from the Park County Fair
Grounds, contrary to law. Those re
sponsible are notified that they must
obey the law or prosecution will fol
low. P. E. PAWLEY,
State Patrolman.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE
STATE LEGISLATURE
I hereby announce to the voters of
Park Cdunty that I am a candidate
for Representative in the State Legis
lature on the Democratic -ticket, sub
ject to the will of the voters at the
August Primary.
EUGENE F. IDE.
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.
ANNOUNCEMENT
I wish to announce my candidacy
tor 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 tho
public. JAMES W. ROUSESAU.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Sheriff on the Demo
cratic ticket
HARRY R. TIPTON.
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 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. RUJ3SELL.
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
FOR SHERIFF
Harry L. W’iard, Cody’s popular
city marshal, has consented to listen
to the appeal of his many friends to
present his name to the Republican
v>‘ers for sheriff of Park county.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of County Treasurer on
the Republican ticket.
E. E. DUNN
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I am a candidate for the Republic
can nomination for county assessor at
the August primaries, and will appre
ciate such support as may be given in
my behalf. H. A. PHILLIPS.
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.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR
TWO-YEAR TERM
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of County Com
missioner, for the awo-year term, sub
ject to the will of the Democrat vot
ers of Park County at the August Pri
mary. C. A. WEBSTER.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for the Republican nomt
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. S. A. WATKINS.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
we the undersigned, three directors
of the Wyoming-Indiana Oil and Gas
Company, pursuant to and in accord
ance with the by-laws of said corpo
ration, and the laws of the State of
Wyoming, hereby call a special meet
ing of the stockholders thereof, to be
held on the 18th day of August, 1922,
at 2 o’clock P. M. at the office of D.
E. Hollister in the Pioneer Building,
at Cody, Park County, Wyoming, for
the purpose of considering and voting
upon a proposal to dissolve said cor
poration in accordance with chapter
349 of the Wyoming Compiled Stat
utes, 1920.
DWIGHT E. HOLLISTER,
W. B. RAYMOND,
M. J. DA YER,
Directors.
First publication July 26, 1922.
Last publication August 16, 1922.
NOTICE
G. W. Wilkins has reopened the
Keystone Barn in Cody and will con
duct it hereafter. 51-4
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid Soci
ety will have a bage sale at the Cody
Trading Co. store on Saturday, July
22, beginning 1:30 p. m. 50-2
WANTED-
By The
C.B.&Q.R.R.
MECHANICS AND
HELPERS FOR PER
MANENT POSITIONS
Machinists, boilermakers, black
smiths, sheet metal and electric
al workers, 70c per hour;
Helpers for these crafts, 47c per
hour;
Passenger car repairers and in
spectors, 70c per hour;
Freight car repairers and inspec
tors, 63c per hour.
To replace men on strike
against decision of tho United
States Labor Board.
Special attention given to train
ing young men with or without
experience in mechanical work.
Transportation, board and lodg
ing free.
Call on or write to
MASTER MECHANIC, C
B. & Q. R. R., Casper, Wyo.
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AND OTHER GOOD GROCERIES 1
Get ’em at the
Banner Store
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Subscribe for The Enterprise.
When in BILLINGS
VISIT
Ih! Ladies Ready-to-Wear Shop
Khaki Riding Habits and
Sport Clothes A Specialty
Davisson & McNamara
Circle Round
The East
- This year! Visit the scenes and see the .sights
you’ve read about. Enjoy a delightful succession
of summer experiences. See surprising New York,
amuse yourself at Coney Island, enjoy yourself at
Atlantic City. Take a salt dip in the old Atlantic.
Historic charm and quaintness blended with the
usual sea-shore attractions invite in Boston and
along New England’s picturesque shores.
Summer days are magical in “The Land of Evan
geline”—replete with mystical and natural beauty.
In the Berkshire country the charm of lake, pic
turesque river and inviting countryside are ideally
combined.
Amid the peace and restfulness of the Adiron
dacks are those shrines of the historic past which
always carry a strong appeal.
The Catskills, “the Land of Rip Van Winkle,” is
. a great natural playground of the Eastern States.
Then, there’s Niagara Falls, the Thousand Isl
ands, the White Mountains, the Green Mountains,
our National Capital, the resorts in the Blue Ridge
and Allegheny Mountains and a host of other de
lightful places, large and small, each with a lure of
its own.
Round trip excursion-vacation tickets to Eastern
resorts are on sale now. Your choice of a broad se
lection of routes. Long limits and liberal stop-over
privileges.
It will do you a world of good to get away for a
time. You’ll come back with a set of new ideas and
a new outlook on life.
Decide where and when you want to go; then,
come in and see me. If I haven’t literature on the
particluar region in which you are interested I will
get it for you, and make all arrangements for your
complete trip.
F. KLING
Ticket Agent J
Everywhere West
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