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The Cody enterprise and the Park County enterprise. (Cody, Wyo.) 1921-1923, December 27, 1922, Image 8

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H. W. Thurston haa a car load of
Fords arriving this week. s
Mr. A. Schnitker of Paint Creek,
spent Christmas in Powell.
Mrs. C. D. Blaine is back at
the Golden Rule, after a short illness.
W. H. Loomis moved his family
and furniture to Cody this week.
Carol Smith of Meeteetse drove
over to Cody and back on Saturday.
Fred Morris and his son spent
Tuesday night in town
Charles Belden was over from
Pitchfork the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shelly and niece
spent Christmas at the T. E. Rauch.
George Bratten was with friends in
Powell over Christmas.
Dave parker is spending a few
days in Codr.
Henry Pool went to Billings on
Wednesday’s train.
Henry and Mrs. River, of Wood
River, were in the city on Wednesday
Phil Kent was in from the upper
Carter Ranch on Saturday buying
things for Santa Claus.
Bates, the photographer, has moved
to the building across from the Irma
which he has had remodelled.
The six day old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Ballinger died last
Friday and was buried Saturday.
Dick Rousseau is now acting as
day marshal. Wiard has been trans
ferred to the night “beat”.
Aara J. Kinsley of the Antlers
ranch on Wood River was in Cody,
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kelley of North
Fork are spending several days in
town. I
Lloyd Coleman is expecting to
make a business trip to Boston and
New York in February.
H. T. Newell and Fred Erickson :
came oyer from the Greybull on 1
Mrs. E. L. Farmer and mother, 1
Mrs. Boatman, were in Powell on
Tuesday. j ’
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones are to !
have a house party at the Majo over.
New Years. I .
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Mining, Mechanical and
Civil Engineers
Chief Engineer
18 North 3rd Street
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Mining, Mechanical, Civil
Electrical and Construe
tion Engineers
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The Secret
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.
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Walter Kepford has returned from
an extended visit in Indiana.
Mrs. Bertha Sirrine was a Meet-
• teetse visitor this week.
Mrs. Roy Holm entertained at an
At Home on Wednesday afternoon. ,
The Volckmer and Richard families
had a merry party on Christmas eve.
O. F. Koenig is laid up with lum
bago, but is improving.
F. F. McGee of the First National'
| I.’ ink was in Powell this wen i»r
' lh. dical attention to his littlo son.
Mrs. “Tip” Arnold has not been
1 well for a week or so and is in
the care of a nurse.
Pat Kelly was in town on Friday
in spite of the bad roads on North
| Hardy Shull and “Hank/* Rector'
1 were among the Christmas shoppers
from the Notrh Fork on Saturday. |
1 Fred Erickson came n from Bill
ings on Saturday’s train to spend
Christmas with friends in Meeteetse.
Charlie Sullivan took the safe
way and drove into town in hi a wag
.on on Friday, returning Saturday.. |
Tom Ames and Arthur Holman
drove down from the South Fork on
i Tuesday.
Lawrence Wagar, Jr. broke his arm
above the elbow and both bones in
his wrist when a horse threw him
| off on Christmas Day. i
Mrs. I. Y. Banker of Seattle spent
j Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ross
' Yates. Mrs Banker is Mr. Yates*,
Christmas cards from Tommy
Noonan were received by his Cody
friends. He is spending the winter
at Santa Clara, California.
Wapiti gave its usual Christmas
Eve program last Saturday night It
was followed by a dance, the Sulli
van orchestra furnishing the music.
Miss Irene Spencer who is attend
ing Doan College at Crete, Nebraska,
has been selected as assistant English,
teacher for the freshmen class.
Mr. and Mrs. “Bub” Cox left on
Thursday morning for the East
where they will be joined later by j
Barry Williams, Joe Jones and other
South Forkers.
The radio outfit at the Western
Drug is attracting the attention of
Codyites. Few of them there are
who have not dropped in for a few
seconds to hear a musical concert in
some distant city.
Having gone thru Disti«c» Court
and, secured a disolution of an in
junction, Ed Rains 1 is moving
barber shop to number 25, West
Sheridan Avenue.
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Marquis
arrived in Cody last week. Mrs. Mar
quis will spend the winter with her
mother, Mrs. I. C. Spencer, while
Mr. Marquis goes East on a lecture
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The stores of had the most
gorgeous displays of Christmas goods,
this year ever seen in this city. They
all report their Xmas, business far •
more than they expected it to be. I
Which goes to show that the people
of the community can get hold of
money when It is necessary.
The date is Feb. 14. Something
different. Watch for announcement.
The date is Feb. 14. Somethin
I different. Watch for announcement.
Herman Munsterman Is certainly i
fixing his new place up spick and
span. Thi s will be one of the finest
filling stations in the state.
Miss Olive Fell, who has been visit
ing friends in Sioux City, lowa for
some time, arrived to spend Christ
mas with her mother, Mrs. F. W.
Oskins, and incidentaly to attend the
wedding of Miss Betty Beck with
whom she attended the local schools.
Mr. proprietor of the
Cody Plumbing, Heating and Sheet
Metal Works, has leased the building
formerly occupied by the Hart Case,
next to the Home Supply, ant will
move his works about the fir it of the
year. This is a splendid locatio» and
will permit better display of Mr.
Menzies stock.
Using the impressive Episcopal
marriage ritual, the Rev. Dr. D. R.
Blaske, rector of Christ Church of
ficating. Dr. Doyle Joslin of Gilmore,
Idaho, and Miss Betty Beck of Cody,
were united in matrimony Wednes
day at eleven o’clock at the home
of the bride.
The bride was given away by her
father, George T. Beck. Miss Jane
Beck and Miss Dora Joslin acted as
Maids of honor while Lloyd Buch
anon was best man.
Intimate friends and relatives
only were present at the wedding
proper. The wedding breakfast was
served to a large number of people.
Dr. and Mrs. Joslin left Wednesday
afternoon for Gilmore, Idaho, where
the doctor will practice in the em
ploy of one of the large coal com
panies of that community.
A number of out of town guests
were present in addition to th",
b ide-groom’s mother and sister, Mrs
Morton Joslin and Miss Dora Joslin.
One of the pleasing features of the
occasion was 1 the singing of Miss
Dora Joslin and the instrumental
work of Mrs. Henry Poole.
We wish to thank our neighbors
and friends for their kindness and
favors during the sickness and death
of our beloved, husband and father.
Mrs. Ellen Wight
and daughter Agnes
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Classified Ads
FOR SALE—Clover extracted honey,
60-pound cans $6.00 each. Freight
paid to Cody on two-can orders. 15-5
Ernest Wells, Powell, Wyo.
i GRADUATE NURSE and masseuse:
Will receive patients at home. Nellie
N. Jenkins, Phone 121-W. lOtf
L. j
WE HAVE a very attractive propo
sition to offer 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
and rocking chair. Leatherette up-/
Also one large rocking chair. Will !
sell cheap. Phone 63W i!
V. Lambert
Jan. 9 Cody, Wyo.
FOR SALE: At a sacrifice. Beds :
Dressers, Sideboard, small heating :
stove, range.
Phone 35 or evenings 14.
21-2 t.
FQR RENT—S-a place, 1 1-4 mile
' from Cody. Good 5 room house and
out buildings. Address
J. C. O’Mera,
Lady would like work by the hour,
also laundry work to do—Address: R.
M. C., Box 371. 11-18-4
All kinds of Hauling and Teaming.
Coal Haulingi. Phone 152-W
21tf Jas. Armstrong ;
WANTED: —Man with car to sell
guaranteed Cord tires. Will arrange
salary and expense with right man. 1 ■
1108 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, HI. :
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LOST—One jet hoop ear-ling at •
Depot or in Cody. Leave at Enter-/
prise office for reward. 21p :
of land adjoining the fair ground, for •
! SBO.OO per acre. Write, Box 1813 ■
I Casper, Wyo.
We have had a good year; you have had a good year. Every
person who is fortunate enough to be living in thlsgoodold
U. S. A. has had a good year, even though they have had fi
nancial losses or reverses; have not made as much progress
financially as they had hoped to, can't help but say they
have had a good year. We must all go through with renewed
energy and good spirit if we hope to do better in 1922. we
are so much better off and so much happier than if we were
living under any other flag. Even under disappointment it’s
no wonder that we feel exuberantly happy.
As this annual period of good cheer and best wishes rolls
round again, we wish it were possible for us to call per
sonally upon our many friends and clasp their hands in a
hearty grip. Nothing would delight us more or please us
better. We like to see everyone happy and have them suc
ceed. We are not the least envious of the most successful.
It’s impossible for us to greet all personally so we must
content ourselves with the next best thing and send our
greeting in this manner. We trust it is none the less wel
come and that all of the people, whether patrons of ours or
not, will accept it in the joyful, serene afld contented
spirit in which we extend our good wishes.
We tried our level best during 1922 to give the best val
ues and take care of our patrons in away that would please
them, and our splendid showing with many customers, and
more business, proves that our efforts have been appreci
ated. If any person has had a transaction with the Cody
Trading Company during 1922 that hasn’t been entirely to
their satisfaction, if there is anything that should be ad
justed that hasn’t, we will be pleased if you will let us
Our wish for next year is to try and beat this year's re
cord. That’s merely a human ambition. In expressing this
desire we feel that we can extend no friendlier wish to you
than that the coming year may be your best yet.
Greetings for a Happy New year.
J. M. Schwoob,
FOR SAiLE —Thirty feeder pigfr. !
D. V. Early, North Fork I
The Boss went and got sick this
week, and the printers and the Devils
and what not around the Enterprise
have been running around like a
chicken that has had the axe, or a
lost sheep, or something and none of
them could write a paragraph for an
Association of Dubs Bulletin, and as
bad as we hate it you do not realize'
how near you came to not getting
your Enterprise this week, and it all
goes to show that life is just one!
darned thing after another, and we
are all kicking because you will pro
bably receive your next week’s paper
by the time you get this one, but If
you get them both at the same time’
you will have more to read and will;
A Permanent Goal
‘{The Lowest Prices Possible, Consistent With
Guaranteed Quality,” has always been our aim in all our
transactions with our customers. It is only thru sound
merchandising methods that this goal can be attained.
We firmly believe we have attained it.
Progress demands Improvement. Progress is
Growth. Progress is Success. Realizing that our suc
cess the past year was made possible only thru your
patronage; thru your good will, we wish to thank you
heartily for the favors you have given.
It is only natural that your aim, and our aim. is:
"Greater Success in 1923.” Therefore, we can send you
no wish more sincere than that y_.u may attain the
Success, and Happiness, and Prosperity for which you
will strive during the New Year.
perhaps be better pleased. But it our
' luck doesn’t change any this winter
| we hope it will next spring, and it
. you will just stay with us we will get
i your paper to you one ot these days
i about Thursday afternoon.
; The Yellowstone Camp Fire Girls
' gave their annual Christmap party
i tor the little children from three to
six years old.
,| Many games of the season were
. played, and the children spoke their
I many pieces.
> Santa came in amongst the tun
i and was showered with many quee
■ tlons and wishes. The children re
•' turned home with happy faces and
I rememberances from Santa.
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II Patronize the advertisers.
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