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M LOCAL, ITEMS < Dr. C. Grant Manlove spent Sunday in Powell. Mrs. Joe Jones was in from Mujo on Tuesday. John Nielsen was in town on busi ness last week. Mrs. H. C. Fritzler was shopping in Cody on Saturday. Frank Hopkins, Jr., motored to Cody from Great Falls last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dunn and Edwin were Saturday visitors in town. Henry Sayles and Charles Belden were circulating} in Cody last week. Fred Morris made his second visit to Cody since the Stampede on Tues day. A. C. Newton has gone off some-' where again without notifying this paper. P. E. Markham is moving into his new house which is one of the best looking residences in town. John Renfron who has been in Grey-1 bull for the last two years has return ed to his ranch on ry Creek. The bombardment on Beck’s lake the morning of the opening of the duck season well nigh gave the neigh bors shell-shock. Pearson Bros, are going into the coal business and are now delivering coal in their big truck from the Ce dar Ridge mine. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Groves, Jr., have returned to Philadelphia. Monte Jones drove them to Billings where they spent a day at the Fair. Walter Hoffman was in town on Saturday as a witness in the damage suit brought by Gordon Kneisley against Bevelheimer and Bosley. “Hank” Rector having finished an artistic log cabin for : Carlie Downing was in town for a day or two this week before starting on a good sized Bungalow for Hardy Shull on the North Fork. “Hank” is one of the top log-cabin builders of these parts. The Monday meeting of the Codyi Club was “young men’s special” and. the more youthful of the business men of ,the town were invited to at tend in a body. The response was generous and a large number of young business men attended the luncheon. A nicelittle address of welcome was made by Mayor Trusblood, chairman of the club. AUTUMN SOCIAL SEASON IS LIVELY ON BALD RIDGE Speial to The Enterprise. Mr. and Mrs. Aug Schultz have shut up their house and are going to work this winter for Mr. George Heald. Mr. and Mrs>. Louis Hoffman off Omaha, Nebr., have come out in the mountains for the winter and are stopping with A. M. Walters and Mary Say. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoffman spent a few days with Aug Schultz before going for the winter, also Mary A. Say gave them a call. A. M. Walters and Chas. Daves were in Sunlight a few days after Mr Walters’ cattle. AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR Temme Guaranteed Springs For All Cars When a Spring Breaks, Save Time and Money by Calling on us for Springs. THESE SPRINGS CARRIED IN STOCK. Scotty Clark SEE US FOR YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES AS USUAL Our Line is Complete and our prices are right THE POSTOFFICE STORE I Mrs. R. C. Hargraves went to Bill ings Tuesday to see her husband, “the Pop Geers of Wyoming,” drive his flying trotters in the races. Mr. J. E Lehman, now of Glengary, Idaho, who has been improving his ranch in that state, arrived in Cody last week. With Mrs. Lehman he will motor back in a few days. Mrs. Ed Rains and sister, Mrs.. Hugh Brown, left Tuesday for Galves ton, Texas, where they were called by the serious illness of an uncle. They will probably be gone several weeks. ’ • I The William Basset family, of Port land, Oregon, had as guests to the i geysers in Yellowstone Park last Sun-| day the Baston family, Miss Margaret Robinson and Margaret Hayden. The party started at 7 and returned to Cody at midnight Major E. S. Hoopes returned to Cody this week after spending the ; summer in honest manual endeavor. as a member of White’s road crew in Yellowstone Park. Major says he is f going to winter in Cody and somebody ( will have to provide him with the means of a livelihood. In an address to the Cody Club! Monday Editor Ralph Smith spoke of the great benefit that the new school, would be to Meeteetse. At that time' it was not known why Editor Smith; had suddenly developed such an in terest in the education of the young. The mystery was cleared up that ev ening, however, when he got married., Lee Webb, ranger at the canyon station, ad B. L. Stinnett, master me-1 chanic at Mammoth, were visitors in Cody on Tuesday. Mr. Webb stated that extensive improvements were being made by the forestry depart ment at his station. One of the new| buildings being erected will contain i a dance hall which will be used by 1 tourists and the public generally. Mr. Herbert L. Rothwell, who has j spent his vacation patrolling the North Fork road, is returning to State j College of Forestry, Syracuse, N. Y., I where he will be graduated this year. His friend. Dr. Stone, who has spent' several weeks in the Forest and Park, will accompany him on the trip. Mr. Rothwell’s services have been highly! appreciated by the citizens of Cody j both in protecting the forest from • fires and in educating travelers to keep clean camps and prevent the de struction of this valuable heritage. EPISCOPAL CHURCH “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” sermon for Sunday, September 24th. Most people are dominated by two personalities—the kindly, gracious Dr. Jekyll and the vivious Mr. Hyde. These personalities struggle within man for mastery. Sometimes the - beast wins; sometimes the divine wins. Alawys the fight goes bitterly on—upward or downward. There is a power not within man which will help him win the struggle. There is One who in the midst of this unre lenting fight offers rest to the weary, hope to the hopeless and aid to the injured. He stands nearer to man than his own heart, whispering “Be not afraid.” “You’ll be glad you came.” D. R. BLASKE, Rector. INTERESTING NEWS OF OF THE VALLEY REGION Gov. Carey, Mrs. Carey. Sir Thomas Esmond and State Game Warden Bruce Nolin were guests of the Ranch .on the 15th, leaving that afternoon i over Deer Creek Trail for the hunting country. Asst. Chief Forester Will C. Barnes, i Asst. District Forest Ranger from Den ver and Supervisor Hutton, accompa nied by Dave Jones, made an inspec tion trip over the South Fork road last week, remaining at Valley. It is un derstood that the Forest Service will spend considerable moftey on the road in the next six months. I. H. Larom and R. B. Siggins ap peared before the Commissioners at the September session and obtained funds for eliminating several danger ; ous places on the road before cold ! weather arrives. Mr. Siggins will be In charge of the work. L. C. Freeman and the Cody Lumber Co. have agreed to furnish and haul lumber for snow-ences to be placed along the road where drifts occur. Valley Ranch will furnish the labor. Numerous hunting parties have gone into the hills in the past few weeks, Valley Ranch sending out three, Joe Jones two, Wilde one, Will iams one, Cox one and TE Ranch one I Mr. and Mrs. Bartow Reed are at Barry Williams’ Ranch. Mrs. Reed i is Mr. Williams’ sister. Mrs. W. H. Brooks, Mrs. Groscup 1 and Mrs. Reed will leave October sth j for New York, motoring from Valley to Billings. ; Mr. and Mrs. .1 H Larom, Miss' Phillips and Hon. J. M. Schwoob made a rapid tour of the Park and Jackson ■ Hole country, covering five hundred 1 miles. The last day’s run was made ’ from the Burt Ranch in Jackson’s I Hole to Cody. The combination of a I Lincoln car and Mr. Schwoob at the wheel is one hard to beat. Carpenters are again at work at I Valley preparing buildings for the , opening of the Ranch winter school l on October Ist. A number or tutors • and boys will arrive the end of the ' month. The rumor that June Little will re turn East this winter persists, but has i not been officially confirmed as yet. | Cblonel and Mrs. Little expect to re ' main at their ranch until November. Something over 50 cans of trout fry and fingerlings were placed in the spring streams along the river by the state and federal hatcheries this I month. Due to the loss of the fish ' through cloud-bursts and mud th'is summer it is Important for everyone to make an effort to re-stock streams in the mountain region of Park coun ty. A FLOWER Dear little aster, tell me true. What makes your leaves so blue? Your sisters all all are pretty, too. When winter comes what shall you do? ■"Jack Frost will come and nip our clothes; We will drop our heads and go to sleep. And the snow will come high and low While the wind whistles where we used to grow." —Hazel Jones, aged 7. 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 [ciassifiedAds) i L .t— — =77. I PERSONAL—BIanche Williams: Mo- I ther met with serious accident; please J write. Your Father. I LOST—22 Remington rifle between my home and Creamery. Flndr please return to J. B. Goff. ts FOUND—-Stock saddle. Owner may have same by describing. Ask Enter prise. WAITED—Woman for-general house work on a ranch. Call7-F2l, Aldrich Lodge. 7tf FOR SALE—Spring chickens. Mrs. Arvid Johnson. 7tt MONEY TO LOAN on approved se curity. C. P. Jewett 7tf APARTMENTS FOR RENT—lnquire Ross Inn. ts WANTED—Horses to feed for the winter. Hay and good pasture. In quire N. P. deMaurlac, Cody. 6 FOR RENT—Four room house. In quire at Enterprise. dh FOR RENT—3-room house furnished, modern. Inquire at Rose Inn. 4tf TWO SECTIONS grazing land on Pat O'Hara creek, plenty of good water. Will lease reasonable. Inquire Enter prise 3-3* JIGGS CABBAGE—Best In the land, 2Hc email Iota; 2c in SOO Th lota; *3O a ton. Pearson Bros., phone 5R23 or 10F12. 6-3 FOR SALE—AH kinds of apples at the Greenwald' ranch. 6-3 I _ IN MEMORIAM _ I I In loving memory of my mother ! Etta Prante, who died six years ago | September 21. , JESSIE M. LOWE ENTOMBED MINERS RESCUED The Scandinavian contingent leap ed for joy on Monday morning when' word reached town that the miners • who had been trapped for two weeks . in the Copenhagen mine on Jim Creek | had been rescued. The fate of the Coffee and Teas ■■ SOME COFFEES are sold on name and some sold on bluff.. But hosts of coffee drinkers are learning to discriminate be tween good and indifferent quality coffee and teas. To those who want the best pos sible coffee value their money will buy, this store makes it’s appeal. A We can please your taste Fancy Peaberry A Coffee.... - 3 lbs. for SI.OO Garden £ity in 10 pound heavy water pai 10 lbs 3.25 , , No. 1 Santos in 10 pound heavy pails 3.75 Butternut Coffee, 3 pounds $1.45, 10 lb milk pails 4.75 i ' , Schillings Best, vacuum pack per pound .50 Bulk black and green Tea per pound .50 Liptons Blend A Yellow Label Tea per pound .85 | Liptons Green Japan Tea per pound .85 Liptons Gunpowder Tea per pound .85 Richlieu Orange Pekoe Tea per pound 1.00 Chocolates and Cocoas ' Walter Baker’s Chocolate and Cocoa per pound .50 11 Gillettes 2jd pound tins High Grade Cocoa, 2% lbs net per tin .50 IfSBSL J M.3CHWODB Mgr. CowTram w (M WHERE IT PAY 3 TO PAV CASH The House of Kuppenheimer Good Clothes B 1 ’ q —u ..jLLfr"— ■ 11 —l —I-. , | l-g THE CODY ENTERPRISE Classified Want Ads Bring'You the Results IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL, TRADE, OR WANT TO BUY, USE OUR CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Write copy for your advertisement on this blank, tear it out and send it to us Rates are 10c per line per Inaertlon, counting (lx words to the line, eend remittances In stamps, P. O. Money Order or Check. Mske payable to the Cody Enterprlae. Pleaae note how many tlmea advertisement to run. f - HH Mmbßl • /I.' ■ miners did not concern them much, | but tho ebbing snus supply had kept them wild with anxiety. With the re-! opening of the snus shaft the first ■ consignment was rushed to the Mint] in Cody where It is being distributed ; to the hungry multitude. ■ -' « i Don’t forget the big novelty dance in Meeteetse Saturday night, the 23rd. Everybody welcome. Come and have i a fine time. B. Sirrlne. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 192 2 The four engineers who are survey. Ing the Park road on the north side of the river are stopping at the Mor rls ranch. Dr. Barger, eye, ear. nose and throat specialist, will be pt Chamberlin hotel September 28. 7.5 HEMSTITCHItJO at the Vogue Shop. Some rare bargains In lad'.er. waists at the Vogue Shop.