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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1922
. Professional Cards
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Wm. S. Bennett, Jr.
Attorney at Law
i Practice in all Court*
!; GREYBULL WYO. i
Wil t iam t
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Practices In all Courts and before the
Departments at Washington, D. C.
Member American Bar Associa
tion. Thirty years practice In
Wyoming Courts. Cody, Wyo.
DR. C. G. MANLOVE
DENTIST
Phones:
Office: Office 210-W
16 W. Sheridan Ave. Residence 211
COGSWELL & COMPANY
PAINTING
PLUMBING
Call Ua When Your Water Pipes Are
Clogged Up
Phone 104 J
Cheapest insurance on earth. Pro
tect your family by joining the F. O. ,
E. now. Initiation $5.00; will soon be
|25. See Erickson.
KFYSTONE, FEED BARN
W. S. Widdous. Phone 229-w. Cody
TEAMS FOR HIRE
BEST OF CARE TAKEN OF TEAMS LEFT IN OUR CARE
WE HAVE TEAMS READY ALL TIMES TO DO YOUR HAULING
AND CLEANUP WORK
Orders taken for COAL from the Old Buffalo Bill Mine
AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ;!
Temme Guaranteed Springs
For All Cars
When a Spring Breaks, Save Time and Money by Calling | |
I] on ns for Springs. THESE SPRINGS CARRIED IN <|
I; STOCK.
Scotty Clark
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I Soft Brinks, Lunch, Cigars |
| PATCH ELL’S I
NOW LOCATED AT THE IRMA HOTEL |
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If You Want to Be Shown
THAT
An Oldtimer's Cooking is Hard to Beat
GEO. GRUPP S PLACE
Specialty
C. B. A Q. TIME TABLE
Eaet No. 14—Departs-—?: 20 a. m
Bound No. 16—Departs—2:00 p. nZ
West No. 17—Arrives. 12 m.
Bound No. 15—Arrives_6:30 p. m.
TO COAL CUSTOMERS
Hereafter I will personally conduct
the business of selling and delivering
coal from our mine. The prices will
be the same as heretofore—J7.oo de
livered In Cody or $4.25 at the mine.
OTTO NELSON.
Room and Board
$35.
Per Month
Steam Heated Rooms
Mrs. R. P. Hindman
Highest Cash Price
Paid For
Hides, Pelts, Furs
J. P. Weber
DR. A. W. ALLEN
Specializing In the cure of
PYORRHEA
211 and 212 Hart Albin Bldg.
BILLINGS, MONTANA
Che Cody enterprise
CAROLINE LOCKHART
Editor and Publisher
Entered as second-class matter Feb
irary 14, 1910, at the post-office st
»dy, Wyoming, under the Act of
march 8. 1879.
Subscription Rates '
One Year 22.00
Six Months 1.00
dingle Copy .5
(Foreign Subscription J 2.50)
Advertising Rates promptly furnished
tpon request.
Member of
The Wyoming Press Association
The Big Baalu Press Club
The National Editorial Association
Republican Ticket
V. S. SENATOR
Frank W. Mondell
GOVERNOR
John W. Hay
SECREARY OF STATE
prank E. Lucas
STATE AUDITOR
Vincent Carter
STATE TREASURER
John M. Snyder
SUPT. ’PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Katherine A. Morton
CONGRESS
Charles E. Winter
ANNOUNCEMENT
Republican candi-!
date for the office
of County Clerk, M.
W. Hilbish of Powell
who has been a res
ident of Park coun
ty for nearly thirteen
years.
He was identified
with the newspaper
work during his first
seven years resi
dence in the county.
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M. W. Hllblsh
it 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
oes 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. Hll
blsh for his election to the office for
which he aßpires will be greatly ap
preciated.
Goshen County
For The State
Tuberculosis
Sanitarium
Among the notable acts of the Sixteenth Legieloture
was the passage of a bill by the terms of which the State
is to erect a Tuberculosis Hospital at some point to be
selected by the popular vote at the coming election. Only
a few counties are eligible for the location of this hos
pital, there being certain requirements as to elevation,
etc. Os these there are five which have filed petitions ask
ing that their name appear on the ballot, these being Big
Horn, Converse, Goshen, Johnson and Platte.
Os these counties none has as many desirable features
as Goshen County. Torrington, the county seat, is readily
accessible by train and auto from any part of the State.
Situated as it is in a large, fertile, irrigated valley, its cli
mate is the most moderate, both summer and winter, of
any to be found within the State. The people of the coun
ty are uniformly in favor of the placing of this Institution
within their borders, and are offering as a gift a fine
farm of irrigated land located in the center of the valley,
together with a paid-up perpetual water right. The prod
ucts of this farm will go far toward supporting the Insti
tution.
Every voter Is asked to remember Goshen County when
he goes to the polls and to mark his ballot accordingly.
The Lions Club of Torrington
A LULL IN SOCIETY
OUT ON BALD RIDGE
Special to The Enterprise.
Nothing much has happened on
Bald Ridge the last week or so onely
that A M Walters called on Gorden
Knisely and Fred Schultz all so tuck
a trip up in Sunlight Baison and
Louis Hoffman & Wie left Walters
Ranch to spend the winter a t Joh~
Neilsen Ranch
Mr. Ed Manning is a caller at A M
Walters this week
and Mary A Say was down to call
on Mrs. Louis Lowe and the Ganget
tamely last week
and
Mr George McEwan was out from
' Cody maken his rounds to see his
I Friends befor going to Kansas and
1 Ockloma
That is all this time
ABOUTTOWN
Honest Henry Dahlem was a amil
ing visitor in Cody on Thursday.
George McEwen who has been em
ployed at the Two Dot r a nch has gone
to HavlUhd, Kansas, for a few
months.
S. A. Nock, who was connected with
the Enterprise for several months, is
now in Germany studying music and
taking a scientific course at one of the
universities.
Verne Spencer came in from the
mountains last Friday with an aston
is&ing growth of whiskers which he
Remember the Presbyterian ladies'
annual chicken pie dinner election
night, November 7. 10-4
NOTICE
Weather permitting, water will be
run in Cody Canal until November
1.
F. F. McGEE, Secretary.
H. A. PHILLIPS
Republican Candidate for
ASSESSOR
Will Appreciate Your Support
proposes to cultivate. He intends to
trap this winter, and whiskers, he
says, come In handy when it gets
around forty below zero.
Jim Corder is planning to drive
down to the Teapot Dome country
and get himself a few oil leases.
Gordon Kneisley was in town on
Friday.
Russell Kimball returned from a
business trip to Casper on Monday. *
nipple Prices for
t/ie 'Week*encl
Johnathans $2.25
Fancy Johnathans 2.45
Yellow Grimes 2.25
Spitzenbergs 2.75
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Cow THSim On
WHEBE IT RAX3 TO IUY CASH
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h GOOD SERVICE -‘[MONEY SAVING -Jag
National Bisquit Co. Crackers
and Corona Blend Coffee
Best Ever vt/M
BANNER STORE PHONE 27
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| FOWLER’S~~ 1
I NEW & SECOND HAND STORE I
Highest Cash Price Paid
I for Hides, Pelts and Furs
l|| At the Old Place on Sheridan Avenue. Cody, Wyoming
Successor to
( Lambert’s 2nd Hand Store)
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| Your Valuables? j
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During the summer when every one is seeking the E
= cool spot out of doors, are your papers, jewelry and other E
E valuables easy prey for prowlers.
When you’re off on your vacation or week-end, are g
E you hampering your pleasure with worries over the safe-
E ty of your valuables?
A safety deposit box takes these cares off your shoul- g
E ders. You’ll find it mighty cheap insurance to get one at g
E this bank.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CODY- WYOMING
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
I THE PARK GARAGE
I urn 1
F. M. Lane has sold the Ainsworth
Inn to Henry Goodreau.
W. B. Sleeper, who Is well known
to the older residents of this section,
arrived on Tuesday for a little visit
with his friends. Mr. Sleeper was
formerly in the sheep busiessa in the
Greybull country but has been a resi
dent of New York City for several
years.
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