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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1922.
Report that a college student wins distinction usually means that he has got on the ball team. Government positions are called "political berths,” perhaps because so many people lie down in them. $ IT’S TOASTED® iH one entra process ■ g| whloh gives a E| HI delicious flavor H OTiucml KLstrikeH WILLIAM L. SIMPSON • • • • Attorney and Counselor at Law Practice in all Courts and before the Department, at Washing ton, D. C. Member American Bar Association. Thirty years practice in Wyom ing Courts, Cody, Wyo. DR. C G. MANLOVE • • • • DENTIST • • • • Phones: Office: 210-W 16 W. Sheridan Ave. Res. 211 | SPECIALS For One Week \ < New Seedless Raisins per pound $ .18 J Extra fancy Pumpkin in No. 3 cans 25 r. < Dates per package .20 S < Ferndell dry pack Shrimp 20c or 7 cans for 1.00 a i Bermuda Onions IS | i Swans cake flour 7? 45 8 < No. 1 cans Peaches and Apricots, 15c or 7 cans 1.00 J I Fresh Cranberries .20 J I 1 \ Home Supply CLAY TYLER PROP J niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii “FROM THE TRAP TO YOUR BACK” 1 Ship ua your Raw 17 TJ ~ Wo tan furs and also manufsc- = = ture them Into beautiful fin- | i.h.d (larments i = FURS REPAIRED AND STORED j Black Beaver Fur Co. 115 North Broadway Billings AlllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllillllHlH | BILLIARDS! | liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii I Carom Billiards -j- Pocket Billiards I I Soft Brinks, Lunch, Cigars I | PATCH ELL’S | NOW LOCATED AT THE IRMA HOTEL g Mara Green aa Well as Red. A few weeks ago we mentioned that an English astronomer had gone to Tenerlffe to make observations of Mars during the plaubt’s nearest ap proach to the earth Tor the past 13 years. Mr. P. Ryves recently sent the following message to a Loudon paper: •*My Instruments have been Installed at Izana at an altitude of 8,000 feet The sky Is cloudless. “Mars has been observed at about the time of Its least distance from the earth. Snow around both planet's poles Is abundant. The south temper-I ate regions are dark and pronouncedly greenish. The rest of the side of the planet ' now risible shows little detail, but there are red color marks suggesting clear, dry weather over this part of Mars.”—Montreal Family Herald. Ancient Bibles. Many ancient Bibles are owned In Genesee county, according to reports coming Into Flint, says a dispatch to the Detroit Free Press. Rev. George Bedford, pastor of the Congregational church at Grand Blanc, claims to own the oldest one. , It was printed In Oxford, England, tn 1825. He has another printed In Worcester, Mass., In 1797. Os the many old Bibles In the coun try, a majority of them are reported to be well preserved, and are distin guished from the modern Bible by the addition of books to be found In them, such as Esdra, Baruch, Susanna, Mac cabees. Barytone Sings of New Grocery. The staying notes of a jazz tune coming from the sky In a clear bary tone voice caused hundreds of shop pers at Eighth avenue and Fifty second street to gaze upward in wonderment. On the roof of one of the flve-story buildings they glimpsed a man holding a megaphone to his mouth. When he had concluded the song the man announced to the world at large the opening of a new grocery and butcher shop on the ground floor of the building on which he stood.— New York Sun. She Should See a Doctor. Julia, a very young little lady, with her father, was visiting the le.rge lobby of the West Baden hotel. Her father, In speaking to a friend, re marked that the acoustics of the place were bad. After a little while the little daughter pulled on her father’s sleeve and whispered, M I don't smetl anything, daddy.”—lndianapolis News NOTICE OF SALE OF i SCHOOL LANDS Notice is hereby given that pursu ant to law and at the order of the State Board of School Land Commis sioners, the Commissioner of Public Lands will, uu tne 13th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1922, at 10:00 o’clock A. M.i at the front door of the Court House in the City of Cbdy, County of Park, State of Wyoming, offer for sale atj public auction and sell to the highest ! bidder the following described lands: Original Southwest quarter North- 1 west quarter (SW% NW%), -Resur-' vey Tract 77 Section Twenty-two (22), Township Fifty-four (54) North, Range ' One Hundred Three (103) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, containing 40 acres, more or lejss. (Application for Selection and Sale No. 506 by Paul Richter.) Original Southwest quarter North-j east quarter (SW»4 NE%), North’ Half Southeast quarter (Nft SEU) 1 Section Twenty-eight (28), Northwest quarter Southwest quarter (NW>4 j I SWU) Section Twenty-seven (27)-’ Resurvey Tract 72, Township Forty six (46) North, Range One Hundred One (101) West of the Sixth Princi pal Meridian, containing 160.64 acres, more or less. (Application for selec tion and Sale No. 425 by John H. Doores.) Lots Twenty-four (24), Twenty-five (25), Twenty-six (26), Twenty-seven (27), Section Six (6), Township Fifty-' one (51) North, Range One Hundred Four (104) West of the Sixth Princi pal Meridian, containing 145.90 acres, 'more or less. (Application for Selec-i tlon and Sale No. 1817 by D. E. Hol lister.) Original Northeast quarter North-' west quarter (NEU NWU) Section’ Eight (8), Reerurvey Tract 77—40 acres; Original East Half Southwest quarter (EH Northwest quar ter Southeast quarter (NWU SEU) Section Five (5), Resurvey Tract 42 —120.11 acres. Township Fifty-one (51) North, Range One Hundred Four (104) West; Original East Half Southwest quarter (EH SWU), Re-, survey Lots Fifteen (15), Twenty four (24), Thirty-one Section® Thirty-one (31), Township Fifty-two | (52) North, Range One Hundred Four • (104) West —82.34 acres; Original Lot Three (3), Southeast quarter Northwest quarter (SEU NWty) Section Six (6), Township Fifty-one (51) North, Range One Hundred Four , (104) West; Re survey Tract 47 A-B-C, Townships Fiftyone (51) and Fifty two (52) North, Range One Hundred Four (104) West of the Sixth Princi pal Meridian, containing 80 acres, more or less, or a total area of 322.45 acres, more or less. (Application for selection and Sale No. 2604 by D. E. Hollister.) I Original Northeast quarter South east quarter (NEU SEU), Resurvey i Tract 51 E—4o acres, Section Thirty five (35), Original Northeast quarter Southeast quarter (NEU SEU), Southeast quarter Northeast quarter (SEU NEU), Resurvey Tract 66—80 acres. Section Thirty-one (31), Orig inal Northeast quarter Southwest quarter (NEU SEU). Resurvey Tract 68 —40 acres. Section Twenty-nine (29) Township fifty-four (54) North, Range One Hundred Three (103) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, containing 160 acres, more or less; Original Southeast quarter Southwest quarter (SEU SWU) Section Thirty (30) Township Fifty-four (54) North, Range One Hundred Three (103) West; Resurvey Tract 38 in Township Fifty-four (54) North. Range One Hundred Four (104) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, containing 40 acres, more or less; Original North west quarter Northeast quarter: (NWUNEU) Section Thirty-one (31), I Township Fifty-four (54) North, Range One Hundred Three (103). West; Resurvey Tract 67—40 acres, more or less, in Township Fifty-four (54) North, Ranges One Hundred Three (103) and One Hundred Four (104) West of the Sixth Principal Me ridian, a total of 240 acres, more or less. (Application for Selection and Sale No. 388 by J. Ganguot and A. H. Barth.) Original Southeast quarter North west quarter (SEU NWU), Northeast quarter Southwest quarter (NEU SWU). Resurvey Tract 53, Section Ten (10), Township Forty-six (46) North, Range One Hundred One (101) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, containing 81.28 acres, more or less. (Application for Selection and Sale No. 1408 by Wm. L. Simpson.) Lot Two (2) Section Thirty-three (33), Township Forty-eight and One Half (48H) North, Renge One Hun dred Three (103) West; Lot Four (4), Section Twelve (12), Township Forty-nine (49) North, Range One Hundred Three (103) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, containing 84.86 acres, more or less. (Applica tion for selection and Sale Nos. 3397 and 924 by L. G. Phelps.) Lot Fifty-one (51), Section Thirteen (13), Township Fifty-one (51) North, Range One Hundred Two (102) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, con taining 40 acres, more or less. (Ap plication for Selection and Sale No. 1868 by W. R. Coe.) Southeast quarter Northwest quar ter (SEU NWU) Section Eight (8), Ix>ts Eight (8) and Nine (9), Section Five (5), Township Fifty-one (51) I North, Range One Hundred Four (104) West; Northeast quarter South east quarter (NEU SEU) Section Thirty-one (31), Southwest quarter Northwest quarter (SWU NWU) J West Halt Southwest quarter (W% SWU) Section Thirty-two (32), Town ship Fifty-two (52) North, Range One Hundred Four (104) West of the Sixth! Principal Meridian, containing 277.87* acres, more or less. (Application for! Selection and Sale No. 1699 by H. J. Fulton.) The appraised value of the surface ’ right of each parcel of said lands is . $13.33 H per acre, and the said lands will not be sold for less than % of the appraised valuation and not less than SIO.OO per acre. The said lands will be sold suoject l to the term and condition that the puichaser, or purchasers, thereof up on receiving title shall reconvey to the State of Wyoming all mining and mineral rights in and to said lands, including the right to prospect for, mine and remove any and all miner «!? and coal from said lands. The highest bidder is the bidder who offers to pay the highest price per acre and to reconvey to the State 1 all minerals and coal existing or found to exist in the land, together with the right to prospect for same. Also the following described lands: Lots Three (3) and Four (4), Sec tion Five (5), Lot One (1) Section Six (6), Township Forty-seven (47) North, Range One Hundred One (101) West of the Sixth Principal j Meridian, containing 120.82 acres, more or less. (Application for se’ J tion and Sale No. 3192 by Roy M.I Webster.) The appraised value of the.surface right of each parcel of said lands is $20.00 per acre, and the said lands! will not be sold for less than % of; the appraised valuation and not less than $15.00 per acre. The said lands will be sold subject to the term and condition that the purchaser, or purchasers, thereof up on receiving title shall reconvey to the State of Wyoming all mining and mineral rights in and to said lands, including the right to prospect for, mine and remove any and all miner als from said lands, with the excep [ tion of the Coal rights which have ; been reserved to the United States. ~ T>e highest bidder is the bidder I who offers to pay the highest price i per acre and to reconvey to the State all materials and coal existing or ! found to exist in the land, together I with the right to prospect for same, j with the exception of the Coal rights , which have been reserved to the Unlt- I ed Staes. The said lands will be sold upon i the following terms: Not less than 10 j per cent of the purchase price to be ( paid in cash at the time of sale, and the balance not to exceed eilghteen equal annual payments with interest thereon at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, provided that all such pur , chase price may be paid at the time of sale, or subsequently at the option of the purchasers. The cost of this advertisement must ,be paid by the purchasers of the lands.. Any improvements on the lands must be purchased by the pur chasers of the lands, either by pri vate agreement with the owner or at the appraised value fixed under the authority of the Board. The said lands will be sold subject to all legally established or granted rights of way under the laws of the State of Wyoming or reserved to the United States and subject to any vest ed and accrued rights of any ditch company, or any person, owning any ditches on, or passing thru any part of said lands and subject to the right of the proprietor of any vein or lode to extract and remove his ore therefrom, should the same be found to penetrate or intersect the premises hereby granted, as provided by law. The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids offered at the said sale. In Witness Whereof, We have here unto set our hands and caused to be affixed the Seal of the Board thia 10th day of November. A. D. 1922. (SEAL) ROBERT D. CAREY, President, State Board of School Land Commissioners. A. BAKER, Commissioner of Public Lands, Secretary First publication November 15, 1922. Last publication December 6, 1922. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. .8. Land Office at Lander, Wyoming. November 1, 1922. NOTICE la hereby given that Bernt Paulson Loyuing, of Clark, Wyoming, who, on August 23, 1922, made home stead entry. No, 09011, for EH, Sec tion 30, Township 58 North, Range 100 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. Cox, U. S. Commissioner, at Cody, Wyoming, on the 15th day of Decem ber, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Andrew Madison, C. A. Pearson, Carl Carlson, Ralph Fouse, all of Clark, Wyoming. IRVING W. WRIGHT, Register. Nov. 8-Dec. 6, ’22. The people o Cody are urged to get behind their home enterprises, but some get behind them for the purpose of kicking them. The college students practice ham mer throwing but what many people need to practice now is hammer bury ing. Another thing needed In these! times is more girls trying for the canning competitions and fewer en tering for the beauty contests. The reasson why many people do not make more of a mark In the world, is that they do not use enough printr’s Ink. The American people are not merely turning their swords into ploughshares, but they are turning their vegetable gardens into garage sites. The Ebert Grocery Co. Service and Quality Arrivals for the Holidays Heinzs Goodies— Plum Pudding, Fig Pudding, Mince Meat, Apple Butter and Table Vinegar, For That Fruit Cake— Raisins | Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel; Currants. We’ll have a fine line o/ ThanKsgiv ing eats on Hand for you 21 EBERT GROCERY CO. Phone 126 Cody, Wyo. /?. L 11 . 'IR. Uneedaß^ ctllt 1“ GOOD SERVICE [<| MONEY SAVING - National Bisquit Co. Crackers I" 1 • and Corona Blend Coffee Best Ever BANNER STORE PHONE 27 W < _ Breaking the Ice I This little ad Is going to break the ice for you If you have never B our service. We welcome new customers to take advantage of B the service we offer in way of Free Air and Water, and a willingness B to give you the benefit of our experience by assisting you to overcome B car trouble. Drive right in and tell us yur needs. We cannot help you unless || you are willing. THE PARK GARAGE ' KEYSTONE 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 ... - - ‘ Who’s Your Blacksmith? If you are not certain as to the best place to have your work done— ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR We guarantee every piece of work we turn out against defects in workmanship, and Back It Up. That s why they say: Take it to PAGE FIVE Formerly people did too much mooning, and now they do too much ; moonshining. The man who is always finding fault with his home town paper, is often much upset ifis 30 minutes late in getting to him. If some people would spend a lit tle less time in cussing the cost of living, and a little more in reading the advertisements of price reduc tions in the Cody Enterprise they would come out better.