WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1022
COGSWELL it CO.
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A. MENZIES, Proprietor
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WILLIAM L. SIMPSON
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Attorney and Counselor at Law
Practice in all Courts and before
the Departmaate at Washlng
ton, D. C. Member Amnrlaaa
Bar Association. Thirty
years practice la Wyom
ing Courts, Cody, Wye.
Highest Cash Price
Hides, Pelts, Fnrs
J. P. Weber
Why Uncle Sam paints
his property regularly
Even his letter boxes are painted
Cnee a year.
He finds it cheaper to paint old let
ter boxes, than to replace them with
In a recent letter he said, “Painting
•t regular intervals lengthens the life
*f the equipment. ”
You, too, can lengthen the life of
your property by painting it with
Dutch Boy White-Lead
frnd linseed oil. This famous lead
and-oil paint is more permanent, it
spreads fan her, it looks better. Any
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It is sound economy to follow
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t We can save the surface of your
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tame timf. Ask us about your paint
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PHttttr MS BtCMSMT
COLD DRINKS ON HOT DAYS
Belief That They Wera Highly Dan
gerous li Not at Generally
Held as Formerly.
Medical men have their folklore, as
have the people at large. Mistaken
Ideas, sanctioned by time, die hard,
even among so-called men of science.
In the differentiation of diseases and
the sorting of causes and effects It la
little wonder that there should have
arisen confusion of Ideas that to a
degree still persist
There Is a general belief that ft la
highly dangerous to drink cold water
in warm weather when we are very
warm, and In a much recommended
book on dietetics of the present cen
tury the warning against this prac
tice Is down in black and white.
If we trace this teaching to Its
origin, we find that the fatalities that
occurred from this practice always
happened when the temperature of
the air was 85 degrees or upward. The
symptoms described are those of san
stroke or heat exhaustion, and the
clinicians of the day had confused, or
rather not yet differentiated, the ef
fects of heat suppression and the very
different experience of giving the in
terior of the stomach a cold bath.
So strong was the belief that the
taking of a cold drink, and not the
inability to get rid of heat, was the
cause of those pathological catastro*
phes of hot wet ther that in one of our
largest cities a century since the hu
mane society placed printed posters
on the public pumps, warning the hot
and thirsty to pause before ' mblblng
and hold the cup In the hands until
some of the dangerous cold was ex
tracted from the water. Very differ
ent from what a humane society might
be doing in this day.—New York Medi
BASS ALWAYS A WANDERER
Fl.h Ha. No Special Abode, but Sock,
Place. Whr, Food la th.
The baas, both large and (man
moathed. is a roamer. Be la alwaya
looking tor the place where the most
food la, and Is fond of variety. You
can fish for him night or day, aa be la
a 24-hour feeder, but early morning
and late afternoon are the surest time,
to get him right
He la an active rogue, and continu
ally rising from the bottom to the
surface, at times Jumping above the
water in pursuit of food. Be changes
bla home and feeding ground aa the
aeaaon passes. In the spring he Is
found In shallow water In streams and
rivers, below rapids and riffles, and aa
the water warms up be moves to deep
pools sheltered by logs, weeds or
ledge. During th. summer, he mi
grate. t. greater depths, where the
water la coot
Tba aame la true of the lake base.
In the spring b. frequents the shal
low places, but later be goea into the
weeds and Illy pads. The small mouth
basa favors stony bars or shoals vary
ing In depth from 2 to 40 or W feet,
while the large-mouth praters weeds
and muddy bottoms.
Putting H.r at Ease.
We war. being entertained at din
ner at the home of a friend who bad
prepared a moat delectable meal.
Her desaert had failed and ah. had
substituted prune whip for which sb.
I-salit: -There la nothing we Ilk.
better —whenever I haven't much to
eat for a meal I serve prune whip and
our family think they had a flue din
•You and* your busband go away
•vary summer, don’t you?*
Iw, but I dislike doing It”
—Then why de you gol”
-I have tn haye Tom live In a stuffy
hotel for a few weeks evary year to
make him appreciate the way I keep
bouse,” —Boston Transcript
Punched Tim. Clock. (
-Did th. aar-niajor go this way. sen
try F "I don't know, corporal.” -Well,
keep your .yea open. What do you
think you’re her. for?" “Here for?
Two perishing hours I”—Calcutta
lo.la.oera Leng Lived
The people of Iceland are wausualty
long-lived, living to an averaga sir
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hereafter I will not be responsible for
any debts or liabilities contracted for
any purpose by my wife, ANNA
MEIER, whether In her name or
mine, or otherwise.
All persons furnishing her '•with
goods, monies, or credit will do so
at their own risk.
Dated, Cody, Wyoming December
12th, 1922. I. M. Meier
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lander, Wyo
Notice Is hereby given that William
W. Meeker, of Deavor, Wyoming, who
on September 1, 1817, made home
stead entry No. 09912, for BUSWK
Lots 24 and 29, Section 92, Township
S2N , Range 97W, (th Principal Meri
dlaa has tiled aotlca at iateattoa to.
THE CODY ENTERPRISE
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
Irving W. Wright
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
ESTATE ON MORGAGE
WHEREAS, on the fifteenth da,y
of November A. D. 1917, David Park
er and Emma Parker, husband and
wife, as mortgagors, made, executed
and delivered to Mlnle 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,
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
tailed 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 Dead contains
a power of sale authorizing the sale
of said premises. In default of the
payment of the principal and interest
of said note or the taxes on said pro
That no suit or proceeding at law
has been Instituted to collect the
debt remaining secured by said mort
NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN, That the Sheriff
of Park County, Wyoming, will oftor
for sale at Public Vendue, at the
front door of the Court House, locat
ed at Cody. In Park County, Wyoming
on Saturday the 27th day of January
A. D. 1923, at the hour of two ocl'ock
In the afternoon of said day, the real
estate described in said mortgage,
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
quarter of the south-east quarter and
the southeast quarter of the south
west quarter of Section Twenty-one.
(21),. AU In Township Fifty Seven
<B7) North., Range One Hundred and
Two (102) West of the Ota Principal
Meridian In Park County. Wwnln:
ennta nine Two Hundrol aerss uccor?
ding to the Government Survey.
Also 1.84 cu. ft per second of time
of the water, of Little Rock?, a tri
butary of Clarks Fork, (date of
appropriation Sept 18, 1900. Gen
Priority main Stream as shown of
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
The amount claimed to be due on
said note an mortgage at the date of
thia notice Is as follows: Principal
(2000.0 Q. Interest (803.91, Attorneys
fee (50.00, total (2.833. 91, due on
Dated this 11th day of December
' tnnte B. Holland, MortgageeM
Wm. L. Simpson,
Attorney tor mortgagee.
Dec 13—20—27—1922, Jan. (—17—24
Whereaa, by virtue of an execution
Issued by the Clerk of the District
Court of Park County, Wyoming, in
a certain action wherein Frank Feu
as Plaintiff recovered a judgment
against Robert H. Wiper so defendant
on the 22nd day of December,l92o, for
the cum of (552.84 together with costa
of said action te-ed at the sum of
(29.(5, I have levied upon the real
estate hereinafter described, said
red estate having been attacked la
sold action, being situate tn the Town
site of Powell. Park County, Wyom
ing, and mor. particularly known and
described as follows, to-wit: Aa undi
vided one-half Interest in and to Lots
t, (, 7, (. 9. 10, IL 19 sad 18 In Block
44 la the Townslto of Powell, Park
Now therefore. Notice la given that
on the 22nd day of December, A. D.
1922, at 2 o'clock P. M. on said day
at the Court Hons, of said County I
wiU offer for sola th. above deeorib
ed real .state at public vendue to she
highest sad best bidder.
Appraised value, *(S(.(0.
a A. DAVIS.
J. H. Tan Hora. Shortt of Park
Attorney tor MaiatUL County,
Fleet publication November 14, 1922.
Last pßbUoattoa Dwaaaber 2». 1912.
Wtoorsoa, by virtue of aa order of
■ala taaaad by th. Clerk of Ao Dto-
MM Omm ad Pm* Crauta, Wyarataa,
la a certain action wherein on the
21st day of August, 1922, Frank Feo
as Plaintiff recovered a judgment
against Robert H. Wiper as defendant
in the sum of (802.05 together with
costs of said action taxed at the sum
of (37.45 I have levied upon the real
estate described In said judgment be
ing located In the Townsite of Powell,
Park County, Wyoming, and more par
ticularly known and described as fol
Aa undivided one-halt Interest In
and to lota 5, 6. 7,8, 9, 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, 1922,
at the hour of 2 o’clock P. M. on said
day I will offer tor sale the said above
described real estate, at the Court
House of said County, at public ven
due to the highest and best bidder.
Appraised I’Uui sn'o.oo.
C. a DAVIS,
Sheriff of Park County, Wyoming.
J. H. Van Horn,
Attorney tor Plaintiff.
First publication November 15, 1922.
Last publication Deeember 20, 1922.
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office,
November 22, 1922.
To any and all heirs of George H.
Slater, deceased; Frances Young,
Seattle, Washington; Emily E. Brit
ton, Frenchtown, N. J.; Ella E. Mc-
Connell, New York City, N. Y.;
Cora B. Bodine, Flamlngton, 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,
Administrator, Cody, Wyoming, and
Paul R. Greever, Cody, Wyoming,
attorney for the Estate of George
H. Slater, deceased, Contestees.
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
fice her duly corroborated application
to contest and secure the cancellation
of your homestead entry. Serial No.
08756 made July 2, 1920, for the
BW«4 NWtt, Wtf SW»4, Sec. 4; S%
NEU. SEU, EU SWU, Lot 12, Sec.
5, NEU NWU, NU NEU. Sec. 8,
NWU NWU. Section 9, Township 51
North, Range 104 West, 6th Principal
Meridian, and as grounds for her con
test she alleges that “entryman died
intestate on May 31st, 1921, leaving
as non-resident heirs, Frances Young,
Seattle, Wauh.; Emily E. Britton,
Frenchtown, N. J.; Ella E. McCon
nell, New York City, N. Y.; Cora B.
Bodine, Flamlngton, N. J.; Margaret
M. Druley, Attica, Indiana; Ida M.
Leedy, Brownsville, Fla.; Lester Rit
tenhouse, New York City, N. T.;
Jeannette Probasco, Clinton, N. J.;
William T. Borron, Cody, Wyom
ing, Administrator, and Paul R.
Greever, Cody, Wyoming, Attorney
I for the Heirs, all of said heirs being
over 21 years old, and that there are
no other heirs and no minor heirs.
“That tfie 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
tryman or hts heirs, to meet the re
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 fail 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
You should state tn your answer
the name of the postoffice to which
you desire future notices to be sent
IRVING W. WRIGHT,
H. H. BCHWOOB,
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
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all
who claim to be creditors of the
White Lnnph Restaurant that unless
your claim has been filed with the
undersigned Trustee and allowed by
her that same must be filed on or be
fore the 10th day of December, 1922,
or disbursement will be made of all
funds In the Trustee’s hand* without
making any payment to you.
Dated November 28, 1922.
Ernest J. Geppert, IVute*.
Attomay for Tnurtaa.
Kov. 2>-D*& 4. ’XL
Not because it is an honored custom, but because
of the sincerity of our appreciation, we take this opport
unity to thank you for the part you have played in our
business prosperity during the past telve months, and
we wish you a good Old Merry Christmas and a H appy
AND BESIDES—If you have found our service of
value to you, we will a PP reciate the continuance of your
patroinage during the year to come.
IN ALL OUR WORK we keep your interests in mind,
and strive to give you the same value for your money
in our line that you expect in other lines.
Got A Grouch? Read The Enterprise!
On and after January Ist.
Our business will be run
on a strictly cash basis
DR. C G. MANLOVE
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