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• • • • PAINTING PLUMBING Call Us When Your Water Pip's Are Clogged Up Phone 104 J I ————————— r ■ r t a ■ _ TfbUTELL'EM Si JOli ° I H ° I ■*> o wltoJ Ti me be vno v» ej bwV Tiios't people kind ________ - We want to thank the people of tliis community for the hearty sup port accorded us during the past 12 months and wish one and all a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Cody Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Works A. MENZIES. Proprietor Business Phone Res. Phone 201 201-2 i WILLIAM L. SIMPSON • • • • Attorney and Counselor at Law Practice in all Courts and before the Departments at Waahiac- D. C. Member American Bar Association. Thirty r« practice in Wyom ing Courts, Cody, Wyo. Highest Cash Price Paid For Hides, Pelts, Furs J. P. Weber - -X JmL gteaaxsx Why Uncle Sam paints his property regularly Even his letter boxes are painted once a year. He finds it cheaper to paint old let ter boxes than to replace them with Hew ones. , In a recent letter he said, “Painting At regular intervals lengthens the life of the equipment. ” • You, too, can lengthen the life of your property by painting it with Dutch Boy White-Lead and linseed oil. This famous lead and-oil paint is more permanent, it spreads farther, it looks better. Any color you dc»:re. It is sound economy to follow Uncle Sam’s policy of saving all by saving rhe surface. * We can save the surface of your property and save your money at the same time. Ask us about your paint ing problems. No charge. A. H. Moore Paiwter and Decorator SILVER FOXES TO BE RAISED IN WYOMING PINEDALE, Wyo., Nov. 14—An in-1 duatry new to Sublet county, as far as' is known, new to Wyoming, tho well, established and found good in Canada, and several of the states, particularly: Michigan, is being launched in the, I vicinity of Daniel by. Fred N. Kerwin,' ■ recently arrived from Michigan, who ,is building pens for three pairs of I Silver Black Foxes which will arrive i by express from Michigan within a I few days. Kerwin expects that, with ordin ary good luck, from his three pairs he will have nearly s a hundred foxes at the end of five years. It is his in tention to increase his stock as rapid ly as possible until he can pelt at least a hundred a year, pelting dur ing the first five years only those that do not come up to standard or that are needed for running expenses Prime Silver Black fox pelts are now bringing he says, an average of SSOO each. A Good Word for Him. llus S< liinidt was reputed to be rl’A me:in«'si rial in the no ghb<>rh«»<»<l He died. His body was pnired in die i ( grave, and arrordlng to an old Penn- j sylvnnia German custom the people] stoot* around the open grave, waiting for s.iuif'inp to say some good ih ng ‘ aboutiin ile-eased before tilling toe grave. At.ei a long wait. Giim.ive 1 Sc hulze.said “Well. I ran sa.v joost one g<»o| tlnng about Hans: he wasn’t ah ays as mean as hr was sometimes.” 1 —The University Leader - -1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION __ Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wyo ming. December 8,1922 Notice is hereby given that William W. Meeker, of Deaver, Wyoming, who on September 1, 1817, made home-, stead entry No. 09518, for | Lots 24 and 26, Section 22, Township 52N , Range 97W, 6th Principal MerL, dian has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish' claim to the land above described, before D. L. Darr, United States Com-; missioner, at Basin, Wyoming, on the 19th day of January, 1923. Claimant names as witnesses A. M. Tanner, John Mclntosh, Rud olph Bahr, and Oscar E. Noble, all of Burlngton, Wyoming. Irving W. Wright Register ♦ NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE ON MORGAGE FORCLOSURE WHEREAS, on the fifteenth day of November A. D. 1917, David Park er and Emma Parker, husband and wife, as mortgagors, made, executed, and delivered to Minie B. Holland, as mortgagee, a mortgage deed upon the lands hereinafter described, to secure the payment of their certain promissory note of even date there with, in the sum. of Two Thousand and No 100 Dollars, due on or before November 15th, 1922, bearing interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, payable annually, and defaulting In terest and principal, at the rate of eight per cent per annum until paid,’ and. ~j WHEREAS, default has been made in the conditions contained in said mortgage deed, whereby the power come operative and in full force and effect, in that the mortgagors have failed to pay the principal and in terest of said promissory note, secur ed by said mortgage deed and have permitted the property to be sold for taxes at Public sale by the County Treasurer of Park County, Wyoming,. and that said Mortgage Deed contains a power of sale authorizing the salej of said premises, in default of the payment of the principal and interest of said note or the taxes on said pro-! perty. That no suit or proceeding at law has been instituted to collect the debt remaining secured by said mort-| gage. NOW THEREFORE. NOTICE IS i HEREBY GIVEN, That the Sheriff. < of Park County, Wyoming, will off^r 1 1 for sale at Public Vendue, at the i front door of the Court House, iocat i ed at Cody, in Park County. Wyoming < on Saturday the 27th day of January 1 A. D. 1923, at the hour of two ocl’ock | < in the afternoon of said day, the real • estate described in said mortgage. < to-wit: The North half of the north east , quarter and the north-east quarter of the northwest quarter of Section, twenty eight (28) and the south-west j quarter of the south-east quarter and the southeast quarter of the south west quarter of Section Twenty-one, ... x_r„ r’lf- , Civon (21),. All lu Township Fit - -/ Seven (57) North., Rango One Hundred and Two (102) West of the Oih Principal Meridian In Park County. Wvoming conta ning Two Hundred ac. rs uecorf ding to the Government Survey. Also 1.84 cu. ft. per second of time, of the waters of Little Rock/, a tri-1 butary of Clarks Fork, (date of appropriation Sept. 18, 1900. Gen j Priority main Stream as ° f record In the Office of the State Engineer of the State of Wyoming, and In the Office of the County Clerk of Park County, Wyoming, and all ditches and other water rights, for irrigation, stock or domestic pur poses to which said premises are entitled. . The amount claimed to be due on ' said note an mortgage at the date of this notice is as follows: Principal >! $2000.00, interest $803.91, Attorneys fee $50.00, total $2,833. 91, due on ‘ mortgage. Dated this 11th day of December 1922. innie B. Holland, MortgageeM J Wm. L. Simpson, I Attorney for mortgagee. ! Dec 13—20—27—1922, Jan. 3—17—24 1923 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. -.8. Land Office at Lander, Wyoming. November 1, 1922. NOTICE is hereby given that Bernt j Paulson Loyning, of Clark, Wyoming,! who, on August 23, 1922, made home-, 1 stead entry. No, 09011, for EH, Sec-j 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. 1 Cox, U. S. Commissioner, at Cody, Wyoming, on the 15th day of Decern ber. 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Andrew Madison. C. A. Pearson, Carl Carlson, Ralph Fouse, all of Clark, Wyoming. IRVING W. WRIGHT, Register. Nev. 8-Dec. 6, ’22. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given that the •’Ar able Land Company, Inc.’ filed its ar-| tides of Incorporation within the of fice of the Secretary of State of Wy oming on the 20th day of November,! j 1922, at the hour of 9 o’clock A. M. of said day, the object for whic i said company is formed, is: I 1. To carry on, manage and control for the use of this Corporation, a gen- t eral business in the purchase of real } estate, lands and water for the irriga tion thereof, and to buy, sell, acquire i and dispose of the same in the County ’ of Park and in the State of Wyoming, and elsewhere as the convenience of > such business requires. 2. To purchase or otherwise ac quire, Carey Act land contracts, and ’, water contracts incidental thereto, } I State lands or other real estate having , water attached thereto, to deal in the j same for the use of the Company, and to do any and all things necessary in , the premises. j 3. To lease, hold, buy, sell, use, i mortgage, convey any property, real 1 or personal, as may be necessary or! convenient in carrying out the objects! and purposes for which said Corpora tion is formed. 4. To take by assignment or other wise, leases, lands, and water rights incidental thereto, and to sell or other- wise dispose of the same, and to do ? those things necessary to acquire title, I thereto, and make transfer thereof, by j t deed or otherwise, to persons, corpor-1 J at ions, or partnerships, as the neces-' 5 sity and convenience of this corpora- i tion’s business requires. ( The amount of capital stock of said f Corporation is $100,000.00, the nurr c her of shares is 1000, the par value of r each share is $100.0'7; the term of ex istance of said Corporation is not to c jxceed twenty-five years. The num- p ber of directors who shall manage the *] affairs of the Company for the first a year are five, namely: 8. W. Aldrich, r jA. J. Martin, T. F Kling, Fred F. 1 McGee and Eoa C. Brown. t The operations of said Company a j shall be carried on in the Town of 1 Cody, County of Park and State of < Wyoming, and their principal office in t Wyoming will be the office of William <; L. Simpson In the Walls Building. £ Cody, Wyoming, and William L. Simp- ( son is the agent in charge thereof. f I Signed: S. W. Aldrich, A. J. Martin, . T. F. Kling, Fred F. McGee and Eoa f C. Brown, Directors. j II Wm. L. Simpson, Attorney. i • First publication, Nov. 29, 1922 . i Last publication Dec. 13, 1932 ' < ■ c SHERIFF'S SALE I (Case 749) , Whereas, by virtue of an execution , Issued by the Clerk of the District ( Court ot Park County, Wyoming, ,n , a certain action wherein Frank Fee , as Plaintiff recovered a Judgment against Robert H. Wiper so defendant , jon the 22nd day of December,l92o, for , the sum of 4552.84 together with costs t iof said action taxed at th, sum of ; 829.56. I have levied upon the real estate hereinafter described, said real estate having been attached la said action, being situate In the Town-' site ot Powell, Park Connty, Wyom ■ Ing, and more particularly known and I described as follows, to-wlt: An-undl- 1 vlded one-half Interest in and to Lota 1 5,6, 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 18 In Block 44 In the Townslte of Powell, Park County. Wyoming. Now therefore, Notice Is given that on the 22nd day of December, A. D. 1922, at 2 o'clock P. M. on said day at the Court House of said County I. will offer tor sale the above deecrib . ed real estato at public vendue to the | I highest and best bidder. Appraised value, 8900.00. 0. A. DAVIB. I J. H. Van Hora, Sheriff ot Park Attorney tor Plaintiff. County. Wyoming. First publication November 14, 1922. Last publication December 20, 1922. BHBRIFF’B BALE ' Whereas, by virtue of an order of Mio tsanod by the Clerk ot the Dis ' Mot Court ot Park Connty, Wyoming. 1 in a certain action wherein on the filet day of August, 1922, Frank Fee as Plaintiff recovered a judgment against Robert H. Wiper aa defendant in the sura of 1802.05 together with coats of said action taxed at the aum of >37.45 I have levied upon the real 1 estate described in said judgment be ing located in the Townsite of Powell, Park County, Wyoming, and more par ticularly known and described aa fol lows, to-wit: An undivided one-half' interest in and to lota 5, 6. 7,8, 0, 10, 11, 12 and 13, In Block 44 in the Townsite of Powell, Park county, Wyoming. Now therefore. Notice is given that on the 22nd day of December, 1022, I at the hour of 2 o’clock P. M. on said i day I will offer for sale the said above s described real estate, at the Court i House of said County, at public ven due to the highest and best bidder. Appraised value 1900.00. G. A. DAVIS, Sheriff of Park County, Wyoming. J. H. Van Horn, Attorney for Plaintiff. First publication November 16, 1922. Last publication December 20, 1922. NOTICE OF CONTEST Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Lander, Wyoming, November 22, 1922. To any and all heirs of George H. " Slater, deceased; Frances Young,! Seattle, Washington; Emily E. Brit-j ton, N. J.; Ella E Mc- Connell, New York City, N. Y.; Cora B. Bodine, Flamington, N. J.; Margaret M. Druley, Attica, In diana; Ida M. Leedy, Brownsville, Fla.; Lester Rittenhouse, New York City, N. Y.; Jeannette Probasco, Clinton, N. J.; William T. Borron, J Administrator, Cody, Wyoming, and . Paul R. Greever, Cody, Wyoming, attorney for the Estate of George H. Slater, deceased, Contestees. 1 You are hereby notified that Lor raine Martin who gives Cody, Wyom-' ing as her postoffice address, did on; November 21st, 1922, file in this of-i flee her duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your homestead entry, Serini No. 08756 made July 2, 1920, for the NWM, W% SW%, Sec. 4; Stt NE*4, E% SW%, Lot 12, Sec. 5, NE*4 NW%, N% NE%, Sec. 8, NW% NW%, Section 9. Township 511 North. Range 104 West. 6th Principal Meridian, and as grounds for her con test she alleges that “entryman dled f intestate on May 31st, 1921, leaving as non-resident heirs, Frances Young, Seattle, Waeh.; Emily E. Britton,, Frenchtown, N. J.; Ella E. McCon nell, New York City, N. Y.; Cora B. Bodine, Flamington, N. J.; Margaret M. Druley, Attica, Indiana; Ida M. Leedy, Brownsville, Fla.; Lester Rit tenhouse, New York City, N. Y.; Jeannette Probasco, Clinton, N. J.; William T. Borron, Cody, Wyom ing, Administrator, and Paul R. Greever, Cody, Wyoming, Attorney for the Heirs, all of said heirs being over 21 years old, and that there are no other heirs and no minor heirs. “That the entryman did not reside on the land; cultivate it, or use it for grazing live stock during his lifetime. That the entryman was not married, and the heirs of the deceased entry-: man did not cultivate the land or use It for grazing live stock after the en tryman’s death; that the entryman and the heirs wholly abandoned said land from and after the date of the entry, and that the failure of the en-l tryman or his heirs, to meet the re-j quirements of the homestead laws as , above charged was not due to their employment in the military or naval forces of the United States.” You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken as confessed, and your said entry will be cancelled without further right to be heard either before this office or on appeal, if you fall to file in this office within twenty days after the fourth publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically responding to these allegations of contest, together with due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contest ant either In person or by registered mail. You should state in your answer the name of the postoffice to which you desire future notices to be sent to you. (Signed) IRVING W. WRIGHT, Register. H. H. SCHWOOB, Receiver. Wm. L. Simpson, Attorney for Contestant. Date of First publication Nov. 29,1922. Date of Second publication Dec. 6, 1922 Date oi Third publication Dec. 13, 1922 Date of Fourth publication Dec. 20,1922 Notice to White Lunch Creditors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all i who claim to be creditors of the ' White Lunch Restaurant that unless I your claim has been filed with the ' undersigned Trustee and allowed by her that same must be filed on or be fore the 19th day of December, 1922, or disbursement will be made of all funds in the Trustee’s hands without making any payment to you. Dated November 28, 1922. t BLANCHE GOKEL, Ernest J. Goppert, Trustee. Cody, Wyoming, Attorney for Trustee. Nov. 29-Dee. 6, *22. CHRISTMAS SEAL SALES PUT TO PRACTICAL USE Miss Blanca Dean has been appoint ed Seal Sale chairman es the Wyom ing Public He-ct.A A:'koclation for I Park County and Mic. H B. Robertson director. By this means puollc health and tu berculosis nurses have employed in the counties of Sheridan, Fremont, Laramie, Uinta, Weston, and Natorma, for periods from four months to one I year. Tents and cots have been furn ished to needy tuberculosis patients. The Health Crusade work has been placed In the public schools. The tu berculosis survey was carried into the! counties of Niobrara, Park, Natrona, DR. CG. MANLOVE | DENTIST • • • • Phones: .< Office: 210-W 16 W. Sheridan Ave. Res. 211 The Surety ■ of Purity There are no miracles in cook ing. What goes into the food must inevitably come out. Even the baking perfection that results from the use of Royal Baking Powder is no miracle. It is simply the result of ab solute purity entering the food—and emerging again. 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NEWTON, at = I THE PARK GARAGE I s iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiif UlllllllllllllUllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH = = £ “FROM THE TRAP TO YOUR BACK” = Ship us your Raw S"T TJ C = We tan furs and also manufao- MR- U = ture them Into beautiful tin- g'V I i.h.d Garments | = FURS REPAIRED AND STORED = Black Beaver Fur Co. 1 11S North Broadway Billings niimiiiiiiiiiiiimiifiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiuiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiii 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 Mino On and after January Ist. Our business will be run ■ on a strictly cash basis SCOTTY CLARK Lincoln and Carbon. Instinctive lit erature has been sent to every person known to the Wyoming Public Health Association as having tuberculosis. This Association promoted legislation which gave to the people of Wyoming the privilege of voting at the recent election upon their choice of counties tor location of the Tuberculosis Sana torium and this organisation will cW tinue to promote legislation whichX“l - eventually make the Sanatorium a reality. Nsedlea. Hout throw away ths worn phon* graph needles. They can be used 1B place of small-beaded nails, to kMp pictures in place In their frames. ROOM and BOARD $35 and S4O per month BOARD Good Home Cooking , $8 • -a R. P. Hindman PAGE NINE