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— ■ ■ > LOCAL ITEMS * I- 1 D. E. Holliter is in Cheyenne on business for a few days. | : L. C. Freeman returned from the East on Saturday's train. Mrs. I. H. Larom has been ill at the : Valley with tonsillitis. Mrs. Tom Ames and children return ed from the East a few days ago. Don Adams of Sunshine was a Cody visitor this week. Major P. H. Hemphill was a visi tor from Valley on Friday. Tom Ames was in from his South Fork ranch on Tuesday. Dr. R. C. Trueblood went to Billings on Tuesday’s train. B. C. Rumsey left for the East on Saturday. | Word has been received that the January term of court will begin the 22nd Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones of Majo' were registered at the Irma this week. Fat Boy Johnstone, chaperon,ed by B. C. Rumsey, left for Chicago on Saturday , Mrs. Pat Kelly made it in from the South Fork to attend the Stampede Ball. The young friends of Mis a Betty Beck gave a dancing party for her at the Library last Saturday night Ivan Waugh left this week for Colo rado Springs to spend the holidays with his moth er - Mrs. Walter sHoffman was the guest of Mrs. Maurice Sanderson over Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Altberger was called to Kansas City the first of the week by the illness of her mother. She Wil] go to Philidelphla before return ing to Cody. O. Kerrigan,wh o broke his hip last fall in an automobile accident while ; returning from the Powell Fair, Is, now about again and located in Chey enne. I Oscar Lindquist the John Wanamak er, of Clark, was in town ,a few days ago, making hfe second trip to Cody in twenty-two years. How can a man who does not attend to business any 1 closer than that hope to succeed? I - L=.' - ' LL±2====== I ? ■ • ' nl . KIMBALL & KIMBALL Mining, Mechanical and Civil Engineers SURVEYORS i RUSSELL KIMBALL Chief Engineer 18 North 3rd Street CODY, WYOMING lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllll THE RUSSELL KIMBALL ENGINEERING CO. Mining, Mechanical, Civil Electrical and Construe i tion Engineers | CASPER, WYOMING ! I ■ > w I I a/ -MW s The Secret ' s of Wear in Clothes It isn’t the “wear” that wears out clothes, so much ■ ; as the rubbing, wringing, twisting they suffer in the hands of the average laundress. Why not give your wash-tub and wringer a rest •” by sending your family bundle to us? We use gentle, scientific methods which produce “ immaculate cleanness, aseptic purity, with mini mum wear. Phone, and our driver will call for your bundle. ! CODY LAUNDRY s .BsiißsnaaManuMMnnannmiMaannmmnniw N. R. Cheders has returned from Hamilton Dome where he has been employed as driller. Mr. Chjlders looks to see considerable develop ment work done on the oil leases in this vicinity before long. Mr.and Mrs. R. C. Hargreaves are spending th© winter at Maryville, Mo. Mr. Hargreaves is jn the hospi tal but improving rapidly and wiJI be ready to exercise colts by the ( time the ice is out of Cottonwood. Creek. August Shultz of Spring Creek was in town, the first of the week. Last winter the wind blew down, I leaving Mr. and Mrs. Shultz lying in bed looking at the stirs. The hur i ricane of Monday night reminded Mr. I Shultz that it might happen again so he waa seen going out of town in a | hurry on Tuesday morning. CODY YOUNG FOLK MOURN MAXINE BROWN ! The death of Maxine Brown on Friday morning after an illness of 1 1 but a few days, was a shock to the 1 I young, people of t^ 1 ® town. She was I sixteen ytars of age and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown. Iler ( death was due to intestinal trouble,' I of which she had previously had sev- j ere attacks. Dr .Whitlock of the Powell hospital was called m con- j sultation with Dr. Louis Howe andi Dr. O. B. Kinney and everything posr. sible was done to save her life. The funeral services wtre held in j the Presbyterian at 2 o’clock on Sun ’ day afternoon and she was burled in IRverside cemetery. | . ' DIVORCE GRANTED MRS. W. B. RAYMOND I I I The W. B. Raymond divorce case which has been pending for some and attracted considerable attention because of the wide acquaintance of both parties concerned, was heard . before Judge Metz last Saturday. The defendant did not appear and ♦.he Judge, after hearing the evidence gave a decision in favor of the plain tiff, granting Mrs. Marcelle Raymond an absolute divorce, custody of the child, the home, with furnishings, which Mr. and Mrs. Raymond have occupied, and other real ertate, the profits of which are to be used for the education and maintenance of the child, Shirley Raymond. The defendant was also ordered by the Court to pay expenses and ac counts amounting to SI,OOO as well as the cost of the divorce proceed ings. S. C. Parks, Jr. was appointed trustee for the child and for the pro perty. WIFE OF HEAD OF POWELL • hospital die;s ■ s OF TUBERCULOSIS Mrs. J. B. R. Whitlock, wife of Dr. Whitlock of the Powell Hospital, died at three o’clock Monday morning of tuberculosis. The funeral was held at twelve o’clock Wednesday, the' Rev. D. R. Blaske officiating, and buried in the Powell cemetery. Mrs.! Whitlock was a particularly lovable woman and beside a husband two sons and a mother leaves many friends to mourn her loss. Mr. and Mrs. Gustave J. Fuerth, 1 ’ of New York City, who were out on' a big game hunt with Fred Richard this fall, are starting on a bear hunt in the North after thehol idays. • Mrs. Anna Orr is spending the ' winter at Dragon, Arizona. Alfred Hyde Clark who has been a guest at the Barry Williams’ ranch, is now at the Hopkins’ ranch on Clarks Fork taking a course in the sheep business. Mrs. A. M. Shepperd left for Den- I ver this week for a visit with her family and friends. A merry party leaving for the East after the holidays will consist of Mr. and Mrs. “Bub” Cox, Joe Jones and Barry Williams. I Miss E. Shaff, who is well remem ■ bered by the old timers in Cody, writes from Long Beach, California, that she expects to make a visit to Cody before long. Mists Sharf owns the building now occupied by the Cody Drug Co., Loewers Shop, and Shulers Market, as well as consider able residence property in the east end of town. Jud Weston was one of the few travellers over the Northt Fork road after the storm. He made the trip through on Tuesday with a team. George Coleman too the safe way j home and walked back to the Flying j W ranch on Rattlesnake Mountain after the Stampede Ball. ■I >i A baby girl weighing 3% lbs. was > born to Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ballingar • Saturday last. Both mother and ■. daughter are being well cared for at , the Roger home. The little lady has been named i Sylvia Mae. j CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH ' | Candle Light Christmas service l Sunday morning at 11 o’clock. Special music by a vested choir. Sermon subject: “A Christmas pil grimage.” Choral Eucharist. Your Christmas will be vital and real to pou if you remember Christ May He bring to you all peace and happiness! A hearty welcome to all. P. S. There wijl be no evening ser vice Sunday. D. R. Blaske, R - 'c.or Oh boy did you see t he Xmas Candy at the Banner Store. j|! Classified Ads I ’I FOR SALE—Vlctrola and $125 worth of Records, in Al condition. Phone 143 W FOR SALE —Clover extracted honey, 6frpnund cans $6.00 each. Freight paid to Cody on two-can ordehu 15-5 Ernest Wells, Powell, Wyo. WANTED —Man with car to sell guaranteed Cord tires. Will ar range salary and expense with right man. .. CORD O VAN RUBBER CO. 1108 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. GRADUATE NURSE and masseuse: Will receive patients at home. Nellie N. Jenkins. Phone 121-W. lOtf WE HAVE a very attractive propy sition to osier a reliable party to han dle the Hupmobile car in Park coun ty. Midland Motor Co., Billings, Mon tana. 15tf FOR SALE—One Library table. | Mahogany finish. One Arm Chair 1 and rocking chair. Leatherette up holstered. Also one large rocking chair. Will sell cheap. Phone 63W V. Lambert Jan. 9 Cody, Wyo. LOST—Thanksgiving day, One black pup, white breast, white ring around neck, white tip on tail, some white on toes. He answers to name of “Tip.” Return to Harry Waird —Reward. FOR SALE: At a sacrifice. Beds Dressers, Sideboard, small heating stove, range. Phone 35 or evenings 14. 21-2 L FQRRENT—S-a mile from Cody. Good 5 room house and out buildings. Address J. C. O’Mera, Cody Xmas Candy at the Banner Store 25c per lb. expression OF APPRECIATION The undersigned take this method of expressing our heartfelt apprecia tion to our neighbors and many friends who have so thoughtfully, willingly, and kindly assisted us dur ing the sickness and death of our loving daughter Maxine; also for the beautiful Floral offerings and especi ally for the thoughtfull financial assistance rendered by the Eagle Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown And Family Get your Xmas Candy at the Ban ner Store. VAST HERDS FIND FORAGE ON NATIONAL FOREST RANGE Grazing of livestock on the Nation al Forest rouges is attaining remark able propat tions acco r dlng to the Forester’s inm. ■’•port just receivrl by District Forfstei Allen S. Peck jf Denver. Ab'mt .Iftt i—rvent of all the sheep and t*o*.t/ two percent of ?.* i me catt’a in b- *• -Ji lar we-wan ■ states are grazing at least a part of the year on National Forests. Nearly two million cattle and seven million sheep, the statement contin ues, found forage during 1921 on the National Forests in addition to sev enty-eight thousand horses, twenty four hundred swine and fortyfour thousand goats. In all, over thirty seven thousand grazing permits were issued during the past year. The demand for National Forest range now fully equals and in many places overtaxes the capacity of the Forests. To provide for increased de mand, improve and protect existing ranges, and secure utilization of new areas, a large amount of improvement work must be undertaken by the Government. It is estimated that 13,500,000 will be necessary fully to improve the forest ranges. Projects have already been survey ed, on which construction can be begun immediately, involving an ex penditure of ovetr $170,00. These projects consist of boundary fences to prevent trespass, division and drift fences to control more adequately the distribution and movement of stock, water development, and poisinous plant eradication. Such improve ments as these are esential to the most effective range management and to providing for stable occupancy NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS We wish to announce that the Rains Barber Ehop will be moved to first door west of The Mint, on or about January Ist, 1923. Ed. Rains LET’S CLOSE UP The stores and business house of Cody are asked to remain closed i all Christmas day, in accordance with i a resolution adopted by The Cody Last Call For Christmas jj| You’ll be needing things in*a hurry the next few days, and we are ready to give you What You Want When You Want It Write, telephone or call in person and we will give you Flash Service from the largest and • freshest stock of merchandise in the Big Horn Basin Here are some holiday reminders in the Gro cery Department: Xmas. Mix Candies, Glace Cherries, Cluster Raisins, Marshmallows, Garnishing- Cherries, Alamera Grapes, Box candies, Slice Pineapple, Sun Maid Raisins, After Dinner Mints, Glace Pineapple, Pecan Stuffed Dates, Maple Sugar, Fruit Salad, Dromedary Dates, Domino Sugar, Guava Jelly. , Figs, Swansdown Cake Flour Fig Pudding, Fancy Apples, Potato Chips, Plum Pudding, Navel Oranges, Shred Cocoanut, Rose’s Lime Juice, Florida Grape Fruit, Mince Meat, Grape fuice, Cranberries, J Citron, Manitou Water, Pop Corn, Orange & Lemon Peel, Ginger Ale, Shelled Nuts, Currants, Olivps, Roquefort Cheese, Cocoanuts, Almonds, Black Walnuts, Chestnuts, Pecans, Hickory Nuts, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, English Walnuts, We take this opportunity to wish you a Very Merry Christinas and may the New Year be one of Health Happiness and prosperity for you. Cordially yours, (FKil J.M. a SCHWODB M'gr. (torteiihw Ca WHERE IT PAYS TO PAT CASH I Club. ' The people are urged t° make their Christmas purchases early and must expect to find the stores closed on Christmas Day. * PAT O’HARA NEWS ♦. ♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•a** John Kirkpatrick called on Paul Hartik one day this week. The Weible Bros s.are leaving the ' Gangult Ranch, after hay*ni fanned’ there the last year. Wm. and family are to Cody for the winter, while the other three brothers are stop ping at Jim Corder’s Cabin on Cotton wood Ceek and will trap the rest of the winter. We are sorry to have: lost such a good neighbors. GREETINGS ; | <JWe desire to express our appre- ! S ciation of your patronage and I : | good will the past season, and to I ■ J wish you all a Merry Christmas I ’ | and a Happy New Year. ; g See a complete line of Xmas eats I . At the -- * I Home Supply I £ CLAY TYLER PROP 5 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1922 I George Heald and faml.lw spent Tuesday night visiting triends la Cody, also doing Borneo Xmas shop ping. Mrs. Bally, sister of John Kirk -1 Patrick has gone In to Cody to live for the winter months. Ed. L. Brown made a trip to town 1 on Thursday of week. Dave Good is feeding sheep at Pow I ell for Joe Ganguet, and Alva Traak | Is also working for Mr. Ganguet. The Relgle nUlldren are in school once again, after having been absent for several days. Christ Haug was a visitor on Pat O’Hara Creek the first of the week, having called on Paul Hartik and L. W. Lowe. > Johnnie Kirkpatrick of Skull Creek | cal]ed in Louis Lowe, Friday.