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Che Codv enterprise CAROLINE LOCKHART Editor and Publisher Entered as second-class matter Feb wary 14, 1910, at the post-office at Cody, Wyoming, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates One Year $2.00 Mx Months 1.00 Single Copy .5 (Foreign Subscription $2.50) Advertising Rates promptly furnished «pon request. Member of The Wyoming Press Association The Big Horn Basin Press Club The National Editorial Association Republican Ticket U. S. SENATOR Frank W. Mondell GOVERNOR * ( John W. Hay • SECREARY OF STATE prank E. Lucas l STATE AUDITOR Vincent Carter STATE TREASURER j John M. Snyder SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Katherine A. Morton CONGRESS Charles E. Winter By the time one finishes equipping a Berd it has become merely an ac •eesory before the fact ANNOUNCEMENT J Republican candi date for the office I of County Clerk, M. W. Hilbish of Powell I who has been a res- I ident of Park coun | ty for nearly thirteen | years. J He was identified I with the newspaper 5 work during his first , seven years resi- M. W. Hilbish dence in the county, at Garland and Powell, and since has been in the insurance business with the exception of more than a year when he was with the American for ces in the United States, France and Belgium. He is very appreciative of the lib eral consideration tendered him dur ing the recent Primary election. Your support in behalf of Mr. Hil bish for his election to the office for which he aspires will be greatly ap preciated. H. A. PHILLIPS I Republican Candidate for ASSESSOR Will Appreciate Your Support YoutelCem '■ 1 ZW? WTTj/ 4 f*r -> a < <g) loud resounding jou hes.r IS everybody f de-Il i njy'a.'V - body else"tb tfoto work 5 j We will be glad to figure on the work when you get ready to install in your home. We have had several years experience In this line and do all work QUICKLY ACCURATELY EFFICIENTLY Our prices are very reasonable and moderate. We also know how to buy material in away which will save you money. We are at your service. Cody Plumbing, Healing and Sheet Mela! works A. MENZIES, Proprietor Business Phone Res. Phone 211 207 A FEW REASONS WHY FRANK W. MONDELL MUST BE ELECTED (Caroline Lockhart) A voter’s reasons for his choice of a candidate are either political or per-i sonal, or both. As hey concern Frank W. Mondell in his candidacy for the United States Sedate they are both. No Republican, with any genuine interest in his party’s welfare, can! well refuse to support him, because j Mr. Mondell means too much to the| party, both in this state and in the nation. His work as majority leader in the House of Representatives and the attendant Influence and prestige which he has thereby acquired have made him well-nigh indispensable. Never have the problems- confront ing Congress been more complex or more far-reaching in their effect upon the country at large. Never has the Republican party been in greater need of strong, able men to represent it at Washington. By reason of its absolute control of Congress, the sole responsibility for the successful reconstruction of our national affairs rests upon the Repub lican party, and it is requiring the party’s most effective thought and ac tion to accomplish the end. No man of Mr. Mondell’s ability, force, and influence can possibly be spared at this time. Efficiency is the keynote of Mr. | Mondell’s character; and from the I personal viewpoint we must consider this. Whatever he does he does thor oughly and well. There are few, if any, other representatives in Congress whose records in this respect can compare with his. He is the representative of the peo ple of Wyoming, collectively and in dividually, not in theory but really and actually, in the true sense of the word. A few years ago Frank Mondell could claim a personal acquaintance with almost every man and woman in Wyoming. By reason of the great influx of out side population and by reason of the added demands of the responsibilities and duties of his high position, which have recently prevented his formerly frequent and extended visits among the people of the state, this condition, probably, no longer exists. But even now it is difficult to find a man who has lived In the state even afew years! who, if you ask him, will not recall' with. satisfaction some personal mat ter or thing in which Frank Mondell has directly advised him or helped him. Whether it was a matter of strai ghtening out some humble home steader’s patent in Jackson’s Hole, or advising some new postmaster in Sun light Basin, or assisting in some mat ter of greatet importance to some of’ our more influential and wealthy citi zens, he has ever been at the call of his individual constituents. Seemingly overwhelmed with the affairs of the nation and themanifold public duties and responsibilities of his position, he has never been too busy to interest himself, when re quested, in the affairs of the most humble citizen of the state he repre sents. Such is efficiency, and such is Frank Mondell. Lone representative of our next to least populous state, nothing but sheer abiity and devotion to duty Hold Good Beet Labor Over Winter Beet growers are coming more and more to realize the advantage ot keeping satisfactory workers on the farm over, winter so that experi enced hand labor will be available for the beet field In the following season. . | It Is much better to arrange now tor your 1923 beet labor by keep ing over a proven family than to take a chance on one out ot a ship ment next spring. More growers kept their labor over last winter than ever before. It it isn’t feasible to keep the labor you select over winter, give them your address before they leave, and encourage them to write you during the winter. Your fleldman will aid with Spanish letters. Holding the labor on the farm over winter is not to be a matter ot charity. The labor will work for rent and provisions. They will repair their house. A grower at Goodrich, Colo., offered to build arouse for any family the fieldman recommended. At Johnstown, Colo., fam ilies of Mexican beet workers who remain In the district every winter have good bank balances. A beet crop tended by labor the grower has thus befriended over the winter will, on the average, yield a ton or more per acre above what• Is obtained from a crop tended by the ordinary ahipped-ln labor. The hold-over labor gives the less trouble in many ways. At several points the Company Is this winter making arrangements to keep labor in the district for next year’s crop. The pm«n ec t . or an increased beet acreage and the possibility that restricted Immigration will make for a scarcity of field workers next season should encurage grwers. wherever It Is practicable, to hold over their experienced beet help this winter. The Great Western Sugar Company could ever have put him in his pres ent position. There are those who, admitting all these things, say: Let him continue in his present position, which he fills so admirably. But, is this fair, either to Mr. Mon dell or to his party? A quarter of a century ought to be an ample apprenticeship for any man to serve before entering the Senate. No one will contend that he is duty bound to remain in the House forever. No one will deny the naturalness and reasonableness of his ambition to sit in the Senate. Then, why not now? Four years ago he set aside person al ambition, and for the sake of party success, accepted re-election to the House. Why should he be called up on to do this a second time Others claim to believe that by mov ing up to the Senate Mr. Mondell would suffer great loss ot prestige, and have to start again at the bottom, as It were, and that Wyoming would thereby be the sufferer. There is little to this. No man of Mr. Mondell’s national reputation and proven ability could fall to be a power in any body of men where public af fairs are discussed and deliberated upon. The case of Oscar Uuderwood of Alabama, formerly Democratic Speak er of the House, is a fair comparison. Mr. Underwood is still serving his first term in the Senate and yet is an ac knowledged leader*of his party in that body. Is there any reason to doubt that Mr. Mondell would do the same? Vote for Mondell, because he is a Republican and the Republican party needs him. Vote for him because, if elected, he will continue to be, as he has been, your personal representative at the seat of rovernment, ever ready to aid you with his unlimited experience and influence. Vote for him because his years of efficient service to his party and his state entitle him to any office he may desire within our power to bestow. Nothing Unusual About This. “I make up my mind about the matter first, but I always ask my hus band’s advice on it,” said a woman at Marylebone County court.—London Daily Mail. Eat Raw Rat or Can’t Marry. In the Andaman islands the eating of a live rat is deemed a test of man hood, and no . man is permitted to marry until he has accomplished this feat. Fillmore’s Widow. Western Paper—“ She was the widow of Fillmore who was struck by a car a year ago and died eighteen months afterward.”—Boston Transcript “Provocation” Is Good. i In an examination a scholboy gave this definition: “Holy matrimony is a divine institution for the provocation of mankind.” —Boston Transcript Bolivians Eat Clay Sauce. The Bolivians prepare from clay a sauce that adds relish to their pota toes. Sugar Plume Ancient Sweet The most ancient sweets are sugar plums, sugar almonds, and burnt al monds. Arabian Vinegar Finest The vinegar made by the Arabs Is I said to>e far, superior to any other. Montanas Greatest DrvGooos Store , BILLINGS y;,- ;| [This Coupon $ of-town adv'ertirino'there’o're wewlll accept this advertisement ae cash I Tc fnr I tor »1.00 towards the purchase price of any coat, suit or dress In our IS UUUU lur JL gtore unt || November 15. Only one advertisement on any one flarment. OCTOBER SALE OF Women’s and Misses 9 FASHIONABLE HIGH CLASS Winter Coats Fur Trimmed Coats $39 : SSO : $69 Presenting a most magnificent collection of extremely smart coats, of beautiful soft materials, such as Fashions, Normandy. Veloerette, Panvellne, Wondora, Coronado. Minerva; luxurious fur collars and cuffs of Beaver. Squirrel, Platinum Wolf. Natural Skunk, Black Fox, Caracul; youthful blouse back models and full ripple straight-line styles, belted. Fur Trimmed Winter Coats $25 : $29.50 Fashionable new coats of fine all-wool fabrics, such as Normandy, Normanglo, Bolivia, Suedene and Duvet de Laine —distinctive new blouse, wrappy drape and straight-line models. A venr extensive range of styles. Colors are black, navy blue, brown, Havana, beaver, rookie; with large fur collars some have fur cuffs. Autumn Dresses Women’s Newest Autumn Dresses $19.75 Reproduction* of Latest Pari* Model*; The Material* Are Finest All-Wool Poiret Twill, Satin Canton and Canton Crepe Silk* High-Class Dresses for All Occasions—Street, Afternoon and Dinner Wear—Black, Navy, Brown. Newest Autumn Dresses $25 : $29.50 Including the Latest Pari* Reproduction* Just Arrived From New York; Finest All- Wool Poiret Twill and Twill Cords, Silk Canton Crepe and Satin Canton High-class dresses for all occasions—street, afternoon and dinner wear, developed in the approved newest autumn fashions; the slim straight model, the side draped model, the side panel styles and youthful basque affects with circular skirts. Every dress features the new sleeves. Tailored models, some with braid, others with embroidery or ornaments —black, navy blue, brown. | THE VALUES ARE SURELY REMARKABLE ~| 1 ; J • k , , X • Announcement: SSO Drop in prices onj all Ford Cars and Trucks effective October 17, 1922. Lowes Prices In History |I Au'Wjjl. Ford Sales New Prices as Follows: Touring Car . $298.00 f. o. b. Detroit Roadster . . . 269.00 “ “ Ton Truck . . 380.00 “ Coupe.... 530.00 “ For Information Call Upon H. W. Thurston, Inc. PHONE 145 CODY, WYOMING O' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1922.