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LEGAL NOTICE
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS
The following is a full, true and cor
rect copy of the constitutional amend
ments which were proposed by the
Sixteenth Legislature of the State of
Wyoming, and which will be submit- *
ted to the electors of said state for (
their adoption or rejection at the gen- 1
eral election to be held in this state'
on the seventh day of November, A.j'
D. 1922, being respectively amend- ,
•ments numbered "one** and "two’’, re
ceived from the said Sixteenth State
Legislature:
Number One
Authorizing an increase in the lim
itation of salary of County Superin-1
tendent of Schools, County Assessor
and County Surveyor.
ARTICLE XIV, Section 3. Limit on
Salaries—
CLASSIFICATION OF COUNTIES ’
FOR AMOUNT OF. The salaries ofj
county officers shall be fixed by law
within the following limits, to-wit: In'
counties having an assessed valuation
not exceeding two million ($2,000,000 ,
00) dollars, the suoriff shall be paid
not more than fifteen hundred dollars
($1500.00) per year; the county clerk
shall not be paid mote than twelve
hundred dollars ($1200.00) per year;
the county and prosecuting attorney
shall not be paid more than twelve
hundred dollars ($1200.00) per year;
the county treasurer shall not be paid
more than one thousand dollars I
($1000.00) per year; the county asses
sor shall not be paid more than one
thousand dollars ($1000.00) per year;
the county superintendent of schools
'shall not be paid more than one thou-:
sand dollars ($1000.00) per year: In
counties having an assessed valua
tion of more than two million dollars
($2,000,000.00), and not exceeding five
million dollars ($5,000,000.00), the
sheriff shall not be paid more than;
two thousand dollars ($2000.00) per l
year; the county clerk shall not be
paid more than eighteen hundred dol
lars ($1,800.00), per year; the county
treasurer shall not be paid more than
eighteen hundred dollars ($1,800.00),
per year; the county assessor shall
not be paid more than twelve hundred
dollars ($1,200.00) per year;
the county and prosecuting at
torney shall not be paid more than
fiifteen hundred dollars ($1^,500.00), ;
per year; the county superintendent
of schools shall not be paid more than
fiifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.0Q),
per year; In counties having more
than five million dollars ($5,000,000.
00) assessed valuation, tfya Sheriff
shall not be paid more than two
thousand dollars ($2000.00) per year;
the county clerk shall not be paid
more than two thousand dollars ($2,
000.00), per year; the county treasur
er shall not be paid more than two
thousand dollars ($2,000.00), per year;
the county assessor shall not be paid
more than two thousand dollars ($2,
000.00), per year; the county and;
prosecuting attorney shall not be paid
more than twenty-five hundred dollars
($2500.00). per year; the county sup
erintendent of schools shall not be
paid more than two thousand* dollars
($2,000.00), per year. The county)
surveyor in each county shall receive'
not to exceed fifteen dollars ($15.00)
per day, for each day actually engaged I
in the performance of the duties of,
his office.
Number Two
• Authorizing a consolidation of the
two state land boards and relating
to the establishment of the new Board
and prescribing its powers.
ARTICLE XVIIL Section 3.__ The
Governor, Secretary of State, State
Treasurer, State Auditor and Super
intendent of Public Instruction shall
constitute a Board of Land Commis
sioners, which under direction of the
Legislature as limited by this consti
tution, shall have direction, control,
leasing and disposal of lands of the
state granted, or which may be here
after granted for the support and
benefit of public schools, subject to
the further limitations that the sale
of all lands shall be at public auction,
after such delay (not less than the
time fixed by congress) in portions
at proper intervals of time, and at
such minimum prices (not less than
the minimum fixed by congress) as to
realize the largest possible proceeds.
And said Boar ’, subject to the limi
tations of this constitution and under
such regulations as may be provided
by law’ shall have the direction, con
trol, disposition and care of all lands
that have been heretofore or may
hereafter be granted to the state.
W. E. CHAPLIN,
Secretary of State
First publication October 18, 1922.
Last publication November 1, 1922.
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL
In the Matter of the Estate of Christo
pher E. Martin, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Satur
day, the 4th day of November, 1922,
at 10 o’clock A. M. of said day, or as
soon thereafter as the same can be
heard at the Court room of said Court
at the Court-house, In the Town of
Cody, County of Park, State of Wy
oming, has been appointed as the
time and place for proving the Will of
said Christopher E. Martin, deceased,
and for the hearing of the application
of A. J. Martin for the issuance to him
of letters testamentary thereon.
Witness my hand and seal of said
Court this sth day of October, 1922.
ORILLA DOWNING,
Wm. L. Simpson, Clerk.
Attorney for petitioner.
[SEAL]
Oct 11-25, *22.
NOTICE
State of Wyoming)
)ss.
County of Park )
To Paul Q. Long, Guardian of the per
son and estate of Helen Skaggs et
1 »>•
You are hereby notified that a writ
of attachment has been issued against
LEGAL NOTICE
you and said estate, and the prop
erty thereof attached to secure the
demand of Wm. L. Simpson, amount
ing to One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars.
Now unless you shall appear before
C. A. Marston, a Justice of the Peace
In aforesaid County,, at his office on
[the 28th day of October, 1922, at 10
■ o’clock in the forenoon, judgment will
' be rendered against you and the prop
erty sold or appropriated to pay the
laebt
Dated this 4th day of October, 1922.
WM. L. SIMPSON,
Palintiff.
Oct. 4-25 ’22.
i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
! U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wy
| oming.
September 25, 1922.
i NOTICE is hereby given that Mar
, cus A. Settle, of Cody, Wyoming, who,
on March 29 and November 22nd,
1920, made original And additional
•homestead entries. No. 012053-012144,1
for WH SW%, Sec. 4; SMi SE%,|
SE»4 SW%,..Sec. 5; N% NW%, Sec.'
8; NE*4 NEtf, Sec. 7; SE’4
Sec. 6; NE% NWft, NWK NE%, S%
NE%, Sec. 7; S% NWK, NWK
Sec. 8; Township 49 North, Range
: 103 West, 6th Principal Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make three
! year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before Carl M.l
Cox, U. S. Commissioner, at Cody,
Wyoming, on the 7th* day of Novem
ber, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Carl O. Thomsen, Roy Glass, James
A. Kelly, Jeffery E. Forest, all of
Cody, Wyoming.
IRVING W. WRIGHT,
Register.
Oct. 4-Nov. 7, ’22.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wy
oming.
October 4, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that Paul
Cozzens, of Ralston, Wyoming, who,
on November 7, 1917 and August 3,
1921, made original and additional
homestead entries, No. 010009-011691,
for Lots 7-8, E% SW»4,’ SE’A Sec. 31;
W% NE*4, E% NW%, Lots 5-6, Sec.
31; W% Section 32, Township
55 North, Range 101 West, 6th Prin
cipal Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make three year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed. before Carl M. Cox, U. S.
Comissioner, at Cody, Wyoming, on
the 15th day of November, 1922.
j Claimant names as witnesses
Joseph Cozzens, of Ralston, Wyom
ing, Arnold H. Hlltsley, of Ralston,
Wyoming, Samuel Launchbury, of
Ralston, Wyoming, Melvin W. Nuck
ols, of Cody, Wyoming.
IRVING W. WRIGHT,
Register.
Oct. 11-Nov. 8, ’22.
, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
| DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
( U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wy
oming.
October 5, 1922.
! NOTICE is hereby given that David
' H. Peery, of Cody, Wyoming, who, on
. April 14th, 1919, made homestead en
[ try. No. 010904, for Lot 5, Sec. 4; Lot
• |T, Section 9, Township 52 North,
i . Range 101 West, 6th Principal Merid
’ian, has filed notice of intention to
•i,make three year Proof, to establish
! Maim to the land above described, be-
I fore Carl M. Cox, U. S. Commissioner,
-at Cody, Wyoming, on the 15th day of
, November, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Howard Fritzler, Emma L. Free
borg, Walter Schwoob, E. M. Coe, all
of Cody, Wyoming.
IRVING W. WRIGHT,
Register
-Oct. 11-Nov. 8, ’22.
SHERIFF’S SALE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
sth JUDICIAL. DISTRICT, PARK
COUNTY, WYOMING.
Walter G. Carlson, Plaintiff,
vs.
Oscar K. Anderson and Mattie And
erson. Defendants
Public notice is hereby given that
by virtue of a special execution and
order of sale issued by the District
Court of Park* County, Wyoming, on
the 2nd day of September A. D. 1922
to me directed, in a cause therein
pending, wherein Walter G. Carlson
was awarded judgement in the sum
of Twenty-four Thousand nine hun
dred fifty dollars and ninety-five cents
($24,950.95) with interest thereon at
the rate of 8 per cent, per annum from
August 23rd, 1922 and $6.50 Costs of
suit, together with accruing interest
and costs, against Oscar K. Anderson
and Mattie Anderson, together with
a decree of foreclosure on a mortgage
and sale of real estate described in
said mortgage as follows to-wit
Farm Unit “G” or lots 53-J, 53-0,
<3-B, and 43-G in Township 55 North
Range 99 West, 6th P.M. Park County,
Wyoming!. Together with all flumes,
canals ditches and laterals conveying
water to and upon the land above de
scribed and all water rights there
upon belonging.
All being situated in the County of
Park, in the State of Wyoming; the
proceeds of the sale to be applied to,
and In payment of said Judgment,
Costs and Accruing Costs.
Therefore, I have levied upon said
described real estate and will, on the
LEGAL NOTICE
28th day of October A. D. 1922 at
the hour of 10 o’clock in the forenoon
of said day, at the front door of the
Court House at Cody, the County seat
of Park County, Wyoming, offer for
sale, and sell at public venue tothe
sale, and sell at public venue to the
aforesaid described real estate or so
much thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy said Judgement, Costs, and
Accruing Costs.
C. A. DAVIS,
Sheriff of Park County
Wyoming
First Publication September 13th,
Last Publication October 25th.
SHF.R’rF’S SALE
IN DISTRICT CC’ntT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, PARK
COUNTY, WYOMING.
Walter H. Best,
Plaintiff,
Eudora J. Edwards and
John L. Edwards, et al.,
Defendants.
Public notice is hereby given that
by virtue of a special execution and
order of sale issued by the District
Court of Park County, Wyoming, on
the 2nd day of September, A. D. 1922,
to me directed, in a cause therein
pending, wherein Walter H. Best was
awarded judgment in the sum of
Seven Thousand six hum* red fifty-one
dollars and eight cents ($7,641.08)
with interest thereon at the rate of 8
per cent per annum from August 24th,
1922, and $17.05 costs of suit, together
with accruing interest and costs,
against Eudora J. Edwards and John
L. Edwards, together with a decree of
foreclosure on a mortgage and sale
of real estate described in said mort
gage as follows, to-wit:
Lots 45-J, 45-K, aqd south
half of 45-1, (known as Farm
Unit "N”) of lot 45. Town
ship 55 North, Range 98 West,
of the 6th P. M. containing
99.90 Acres. Together with
all flumes, canals, ditches and
laterals conveying water to
and upon the land above de
scribed, and all water rights
thereupon belonging.
All being situated in the county of
Park, in the State of Wyoming; the
proceeds of said sale to be applied to,
and in payment of said Judgment,
Costs and Accruing Costs.
THEREFORE, I have levied upon
said above described real estate and
will, on the 28th day of October, A. D.
1922, at the hour of 10 o’clock in the
forenoon of said day, at the front
door of the Court House at Cody, at
the County seat of Park County, Wy
oming, offer for sale, and sell at
lie venue to the highest and best'
bidder for cash, the aforesaid describ-!
ed real estate, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy said Judg-1
ment, Costs and Accruing Costs.
C. A. DAVIS,
Sheriff of Park County, Wyoming. -
Wm. L. Simpson,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Fii'st publication September 13th.
Last publication October 25th.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of Park
State of Wyoming.
In the Matter of the Estate of Brita
M. Johansson, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
letters of Administration were on the
! 16th day of October, A. D. 1922, grant
ed to the undersigned in the above
estate, and all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby requir
ed to exhibit them, to the undersigned
G. L. Johansson for allowance within
six months after the date of said let
ters, or they may be precluded from
any benefits from said estate, and if
such claims are not exhibited within
one year from the date of said letters,
they shall be forever barred.
Dated October 16th, 1922.
G. L. JOHANSSON,
J. H. Van Horn, Administrator.
Attorney for Administrator.
j First pub. Oct. 18-last pub. Nov. 1, ’22.
IN DISTRICT COURT, PARK COUN
TY, WYOMING.
[ln the Matter of the Estate of Hannah
E. Christopherson.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Notice is hereby given, that in pur
suance of an order of sale made and
entered by the District Court of the
County of Park, Wyoming, on the 12th
day of July, 1922, in the matter of the
above entitled estate, the undersign
ed administrator of Stiid estate will
sell at Public Auction, subject to con
firmation by said Court, the following
described real estate, viz,
NV6 SE%, EK SW*4, Section 20,
and Lot 3, Section 29, Tp. 49, N.,
R. 100 W., 6th P. M., Park Coun
" ty, Wyoming, and all improve
' ments thereon, and all water
rights and rights to the use of
water to which said premises are
!’ entitled.
Said sale will be made on the 18th
' day of November, 1922, at two o’clock
P. M. of said day, at the front door of
the Court House, in Park County, Wy
oming. Terms cash.
f Dated October 21st, 1922.
JOSEPH CHRISTOPHERSON,
Wm. L. Simpson, Administrator of
; Attorney. the Estate of Han
nah E. Christopher
son, deceased.
First publication October 25, 1922.
Last publication November 15, 1922.
Ooprlkuffim Ca
WHIXMcL IT RMO TO MT CASH
List Os Nominations
State of Wyoming)
)ss.
County of Park )
I, JAMES W. ROUSSEAU, County
Clerk of the County of Park, in the
State of Wyoming, do hereby certify
that the following is a full, true, and
correct list of all candidates for State,
County and Precinct Offices, to be
voted for at the General Election to
be held on November 7, 1922; also, a
list of the counties whose names have
been placed in Nomination as candi
dates for the site of the Wyoming Tu
berculosis Sanatorium; also there will
; be two Constitutional Amendments to
be voted on.
For Governor —
John W. Hay, Republican.
William B. Ross, Democratic.
Richard S. Spurrier, Socialist.
For Secretary of State—
Frank E. Lucas,
Edwin P. Taylor, Democratic.
Isaac R. Loyd, Socialist
For Auditor —
Vincent Carter, Republican.
G. H. Little, Democratic.
Richard Henderson, Socialist.
For Treasurer —
John M. Snyder, Republican.
Harry A. Loucks, Democratic.
Ray Borhman, Socialist.
For Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion—
Katherine A. Morton, Republican.
Cecelia H. Hendricks, Democratic.
Mrs. Emma M. Baker, Socialist.
For United States Senator —
Frank Wheeler Mondell, Republican.
John B. Kendrick, Democratic.
William B. Guthrie, Socialist.
For Representative in Congress—
Charles E. Winter, Republican.
Robert R. Rose, Democratic.
Daniel A. Hastings, Socialist.
Representatives in State Legislature -
L. R. Ewart. Republican.
William G. Mudgett, Republican.
John Hendricks, Democratic.
I. N. McGuffey, Democratic.
For County Commissioner, Four year
term—
S. A. Watkins, Republican.
P. E. Markham, Democratic.
For County: Commissioner, Two year
term —
David E. Powers, Republican.
Chas. A. Webster, Democratic.
For County Clerk —
M. W. Hilb’sh, Republican.
James W. Rousseau, Democratic.
For Clerk of District Court—
Orllla Downing. Republican.
For County and Prosecuting Attoi
ney—
Ernest J. Goppert, Republican.
For County Treasurer—
G. A. Holm, Republican.
Frank Herrington, Democratic.
For County Sheriff—
C. A. Davis, Republican.
W. H. Loomis. Democratic.
Fo” County Assessor —
H. A. Phillips. Republican.
Wm. H. Edley, Democratic.
For County Surveyor—
Howard F. Bell, Republican.
For County Coroner—
J. H. Vogel, Republican.
For Road Supervisors—
District No. I—Frank1 —Frank L. Brough,
Republican.
District No. I—Walter Braton, Inde
pendent
District No. I—Wilbur Bunn, Inde
pendent.
District No. 2—Marion Williams,
Republican.
District No. 3—James B. Wasden,
Republican.
District No. 4—Eugene Phelps, Re
publican.
For Justice of the Peace —
District No. 2 —C. A. Marston, Re
publican.
District No. 7 —A. M. Hubner, Re
publican.
District No. 9 —A. P. Montoba, Re
publican. ,
For Constable-
District No. 9 —Chas. E. Lewis, Re
publican.
NON-PARTISAN JUDICIARY
For Justice of Supreme Court, Full
Term—
Fred H. Blume.
V. J. Tldball j
For Justice of Supreme Court, Unex
pired—
Herman V. S. Groesbeck.
Ralph Kimball.
AMENDMENT NO. 1
Authorizing an increase in the lim
itations of the salary of County Super
intendent of Schools, County Assessor
and County Surveyor.
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AMENDMENT NO. 2
Authorizing a consolidation of the
two State Land Boards and relating
to the establishment of the New
Board and prescribing its powers.
CANDIDATES FOR SKAT OF WY
OMING TUBERCULOSIS SANA
TORIUM—
Big Horn County.
Converse County. /
Goshen County.
Johnson County.
Platte County.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
Seal of my office this 23rd day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1922.
(Signed) JAMES W. ROUSSEAU,
County Clerk.
First publication October 25, 1922.
Last publication November 1, 1922.
DEMAND FOR CASCARA BARK
Industry Wai Once a Baby, but It
Has Developed Greatly in
Washington State.
A half million dollars was the value
of this season’s cuscara bark, har
vested by Grays Harbor (Wash.) folk.
It is the peeled leather-like skin of
the barberry tree, stripped by settlers
and city dwellers who spend six
weeks each spring in the swampy for
ests near Hoquiam.
Six years ago this bark gathering
industry was a babe, the few who at
tempted to sell the peeled bark get
ting from 3 to 4 cents per pound for
it—not knowing just how to properly
cure and pack it.
Then came the drug famine. The
wholesale price which has gradually
been rising is now 13 cents per pound
and skillful strippers make $lO to sls
per day. With a knife nn incision
is made near the ground and a piece
of bark once loosened there may be
pulled from the tree upward for ten,
to fifteen feet. Taking but a part of
the bark does not injure the tree.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of The Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lander, Wyoming.
’ October 20, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that Will
iam Locke, of Meeteetse, Wyoming,
who, on September 10 and November
'29th, 1920, made original and addition
al homestead entries. No. 011557-
012985, for SWVi NE%, SE»4.
SW% Sec. 9; Lot 7. SEV4 SWy 4 ,5 W%
SEtt, Sec. 6; NE% NWK, NW%
NEK, Section 7, Township 47 North,
Range 101 West, 6th Principal Merid
ian, has filed notice of intention to
make three-year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be-
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THE VALUE OF THINGS
Tho perion who sees clearly the relative
value of commodities generally is a good
trader. With this insight he is enabled to
fcuy from those who set a low value on their
goods and to sell to those who sot a high value
on his goods.
But if he has the instincts of a real busi
. ness man he recognises the value of time, of
promptness, of friendship. He understands
that the Telephone saves time; it enables him
to close his deals promptly and to hold his
friends through the spoken word.
The success of the telephone is bottomed
on its universality. The entire country is
webbed by the wires of the Bell System.
Every town, every hamlet, every customer is
within the sound of your voice.
The man who knows the value of things
uses the LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
• t'
STATION-TO-STATION CALLS
ARE QUICKER AND COST LESS.
ASK OUR MANAGER.
J I -
Mountain States Telephone
and Telegraph Co.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2t, tt22
tore Orilla Downing, Clerk ot Court,
at Cody, Wyoming, on the 29th day ot
November, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Raymond Bennion, Frank W. Scott
Bert Avery, William Williams, all ot
Meeteetse, Wyoming.
IRVING W. WRIGHT,
Register.
Oct. 26-Nov. 22. ’22.
EASY WAY TO CRACK NUTS
Scientists Recommend Uss ©f Liquid
Air as Best Means of Getting
at Deloctabl© Kernel.
Liquid air for cracking nuts Is th©
latest application of science. Science
an 4 Invention relates that experts at
the national of standards in
Washington were appealed to for a
method of breaking the shells of
chlcha nuts without damaging the
Ifernels. They found that It took a
weight of nearly a ton to crack the
shells, and that after that effort the
meat of the nut was broken in many
small pieces.
Then they applied liquid air to the
probl'em. They did not freeze solid a
piece of rubber and use It as a ham
mer, as is done In tlie classic stunt of
physics, but they simply Immersed the
nuts in liquid air for 80 seconds and
cracked them easily without damage
to the kernels. Now the physicists
are trying to find out whether this
method can he applied commercially
od a Inrge scale.
Chlcha nuts are grown In South
America. Their dense, strong shells
were used during the war to make
charcoal for gas masks, and the oil
from the kernels Is a valuable food
similar to copra.
All of That.
When my small daughter became
Interested in our ages I laughingly
told her that I was sixteen and daddy
twenty-one. After she learned to count
she added a year as the birthdays
came around.
One day while she was playing at a
neighbor’s the woman of the house
said: "Mary, do you know bow old
yonr mother is?"
Mary answered: "Nineteen.”
"Oh, she is older than that, Mary,
FU bet she Is twenty-six or twenty
seven.’’
Mary came home and told me of
the conversation. After my resent
ment of my neighbor’s Inquisitiveness
had subsided I was amused at the un
intended compliment. I am thirty-five.
—Exchange.
American Sllka.
There are some Interesting phases
of the official statistics with reference
to the manufacture of silk goods in
the United States, particularly those
that have to do with the early history
of that Industry.
It appears that the making of silk
goods In our country has grown rap
idly since the year 1860. At that time
only 15 per cent of the silk used In
the United States was homemade. In
1870 the percentage of home manu
factured silk had doubled; In 1880
it had become more than 50 per cent;
In 1890, 70 per cent, while at present
It Is estimated to be In excess of 85
per cent.

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