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WORK ON FRANNIE DIVISION Constructoin work on the Frannie Division is now in active progress.' The concrete structures in the vicinity of Mantua siding are being construct ed by Threet Brothers and Jolly of Lovell, Wyoming, who have sub-con tracted the work from the Security Bridge company. The Reclamation Service have es tablished a camp at Pole Cat Creek and started the erection of a large metal flume and concrete structures in that vicinity. When this work is completed the camp will be moved to Deaver, where the concrete structures in this portion of the project will be completed by Government forces. The only available supply of sand and gravel in this vicinity is found on the east side of Sage Creek, where the gravel is excellent, but the sar.d has to be washed. To accomplish this a sand washing plant has been erect ed. Water is secured from the Frannie Canal and carried through a portion of the completed canals, to Pole Cat Creek where by a temporary ditch it - is taken across the flat to Deaver and turned into another por tion of the canal system which con veys the water to the screening and washing plant. The contractors, who are construct ing the canals for the first unit, are making excellent progress. One schedule is already completed and the work around Deaver and north of Cowley will be finished during the latter part of the summer. Every effort will be made to complete the concrete structures in time to prime out the canals this fall. The Reclama tion Service will open bids for twenty miles of main canal from Mantua to Frannie on August 18. Other work required for the completion of the second unit on the Frannie Division will be advertised at an early date. At the present time there are about 75 men engaged upon the work on -the Frannie Division, but it is ex pected that this force will be doubled in the next few weeks. The construction work is under the supervision of H. M. Schillins, form erly project manager of the Min nidoka Project, Idaho. Mr. J. B. Hosig is in charge of engineering work.—Powell Tribune. CALL PRUNE PEDDLERS BLUFF THURSDAY (Continued from page one) inning. The Trading company’s prune pushers have in some way ac cumulated the idea that they are about the swiftest aggregation of ball players that ever came down the pike. The opposing counter jumpers are equally modest in their opinion of their own prowess and if both teams half way live up to the promises they have made Cody fans will see a game next Thursday that will make the last championship contest look like a little old game of one cornered cat. A tentative lineup for the game has been arranged but it is subject to change without notice. Ted Boughten C Stanley Quick R. C. Harris P Morris Starr A1 Bathrick Ist b. Ben Brown Bill Hester 2nd b. Charles Gowthrop Frank Siggins 3rd b. W. M. Foster J. M. Schwoob ss Henry Goudreau Jimmy Allen If Jimmy Ratliff Guy King cf Billy O’Neal Col. C. C. Melton r f L. L. Newton Reserves: Jim Corder and Fred Worst. Red Cross nurses, Henrietta Tyler and Mrs. Forrest. Bat boy: A. C. Newton. Rev. F. M. Stephenson valliantly volunteered to act as umpire but as the town is a trifle short on preachers while there is a surplusage of peace officers Rev. Stephenson’s generous offer will probably be declined and either Major Hoopes or Charles Arnold will umpire the game. FATAL ACCIDENT Carl 0. Sorrenson, aged 40 and for many years a well known resident of Cody and vicinity, was accidentally shot and almost instantly killed Fri day evening at a cow camp near the town of Daniels, Wyoming. Relatives here were notified and D. A. Tinkcom. a brother-in-law, went to Daniels, returning Monday evening with the remains. Funeral services were held at the Tinkcom home Tues day afternoon at 2:30 conducted by Rev. F. M. Stephenson and interment was made at Riverside. Deceased was born in lowa in 1870 and while still a lad in his early teens tame to the Bighorn basin which was his home until about eight years ago when he went to the southern part of the state. He is survived by three sisters, one of whom resides in Seat tle. The other sisters are Mrs. D. A. Tinkcom and Mrs. Geo. T. Beck both of Cody. PROOF POSITIVE Tommy’s mother put a new pair of pants on him and sent him out to play. He came back in a few min utes and said: “These pants are too tight, mother; they are tighter than my skin.” “How do you know that, Tom?” his mother inquired. “Because I can sit down in my skin and I can’t in these pants.” appointed by the county board. The I salaries of the district supervisors are to be paid out of a state fund. Teachers are to be chosen by the county board on recommendation of district supervisors or county super intendent. The present method of distributing state school funds, based upon the number of persons of school age in each district, was declared unfair and unwise by the committee. The chief fault pointed out is that, under the present system, the larger the number of children the larger the amount of money received from the state. Hence, overcrowding is encouraged in the city schools, the schools seeking to keep down the number of teachers and keep up the number of pupils.; while the country schools where only a few pupils can be secured, are cur tailed in money. The recommenda tion offered is the number of teachers employed; half according to the ag gregate number of days attendance | of the pupils. The committee recommends a uni form auditing system for school dis ■ tricts; the abandonment of the county i institute plan; the raising of stand ; ards of requirements of teachers, so | that, by 1922, every teacher in the i state shall be required to have had , !at least two years’ training beyond high school; a change in the date of j commencing the fiscial year of the I schools from May 1 to July 1 to avoid j breaking into the school year. A ! number of minor recommendations are to be printed and given wide dis tribution. To carry out the plans of the committee many changes in the ] present laws, even in the state con j stitutions, will be required, so that j full knowledge on the part of the 1 people is a vital necessity. MONUMENT HILL Miss Irene Bates and Miss Gladys Erickson were over night visitors at the Barney Goff ranch one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Goff are enjoy ing many days of pleasure this sum mer by reason of the little Ford they i purchased recently, j Many farmers turned out in re sponse to a call from the Black and i White Trail association and greatly improved the road from the divide i to the Hargreaves ranch, j Mr. and Mrs. Fields were enjoying ’the beauties of our country last Sun day. ! This is a year when we are dry farmers. Everything seems so dry and hot that it doesn’t appear that anything could grow but crops seem to be crawling up a little and heading out. Gardens look good and we are enjoying a few messes of strawberry short cake. Mrs. L. E. Moore was called to Black Hawk, Colorado, recently by the illness of her father, Mr. Mc- Cleary, who lived near Cody a few years ago. Claude Hooker took a load of pota toes to Ebert and Quick Monday. Walter Goff is hauling out lumber for the new house of J. H. Rector. Oscar Brown is cutting logs for himself and George Hank on the head of Canyon creek. Lizzie Nation is helping at the I Walter Schwoob ranch during the i haying season. C. W. Nation is building fence on : the Charley Prante place. | Walter Phelps brough out a mow ing machine last Saturday and will i cut several tons of hay in Pat O’Hara basin. c Jeff Chapman is putting up hay on his ranch this week. George Gentner is moving out to his ranch as fast as he can. George says a man never realizes he is rich in property until he starts to move. Claude Hooker has the contract for delivering several loads of good, black rich soil to the greenhouse. Mr. Oskins believes that tms soil will raise better carnations and is going to considerable expense to fill his flower boxes with it. It certainly produces beautiful wild flowers; why not tame ones? Miss Dorothy Waples is substitute for Miss Bethel Smith while the lat ter is taking the examinations. i HOW APPENDICITIS CAN BE PREVENTED Cody people snouid know that a few doses of simple buckthorn i.ark, gyl cerine, etc., as mixed in Ad-ler-i-ka, often relieve or prevent appendicitis. This simple mixture removes such surprising foul matter that ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour stomach. , or gas. A short treatment helps ; chronic stomach trouble. Ad-ler-i-ka | has easiest and most thorough action ;of anything we ever sold. Western Drug Company. N 5 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE j FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, | WITHIN AND FORTHE COUNTY OF PARK. WYOMING. I J. W. NEFF, i Plaintiff, vs. W. S. CRIPS, ROSA L. CRIPS, :w. E. JONES, G. W. MINTOYNE jAND FRANK JOHNSON, Defendants. I To W. S. Crips, Rosa L. Crips and W. E. Jones, residing at Ottumwa, Wapello county, lowa, and G. W. Mintoyne, residing at Oskaloosa, Mahaska county, Iowa: The defendant last above named I will take notice that the above named plaintiff did on the 29th day of May, 1916, file his amended petition in the above entitled cause in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Park County, Wyoming, j The object and prayer of said NORTHERN WYOMING HERALD amended petition is to recover a judgment against the said W. S.: Crips and Rosa L. Crips jointly and severally in the sum of $9,800.00 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from March Ist, 1914, togeth er with a reasonable attorney’s fee to be fixed by the Court, together with costs of action. To foreclose the mortgage of the plaintiff set forth in said amended petition, and to sell the premises mentioned in said mortgage and amended petition to satisfy the judgment sought to be recovered as aforesaid; to have a re ceiver appointed for said premises mentioned in said amended petition and mortgage. To have the lien of the plaintiff’s mortgage mentioned in said amended petition decreed a prior and senior lien to those held by the said W. E. Jones and G. W. Mintoyne, if anyi they have, and for such other relief j |as to the Court may seem just and proper. | Further notice is hereby given to, the said defendants W. S. Crips, | Rosa L. Crips, W. E. Jones and G. W. Mintoyne, that they and each of them are required to answer the amended | petition of the plaintiff filed as afore said on or before the 9th day of Sep tember, A. D. 1916, or the matters and things therein alleged will be taken as true. Witness, George S. Russell, Clerk of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Codv, this 18th day of July, A. D. 1916. (Seal) GEORGE S. RUSSELL | Clerk of the District Court. Pari'. 1 County, W’yoming. First insertion July 21, 1916, Last insertion August 25, 1916, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF WYOMING IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PARK lADA AINSWORTH, Plaintiff, Vs. iHARRY' HOLROYD AINSWORTH. : Defendant. [MASTER COMMISSIONER’S NOTICEOF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of a judgment | and decree and order of sale issued ;out of the above entitled court on the 25th day of May, 1916, in the above entitled action wherein Ada Ains worth, the above named plaintiff, ob tained a judgment and decree against Harry Holroyd Ainsworth, defendant, on the 25th day of May, 1916, which said judgment, decree and order of sale was duly filed in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, I am commanded to sell all those cer tain lots, pieces and parcels of land situate in the Town of Cody, Coun ty of Park, State of Wyoming, and described as follows, to-wit Lot number 5 in Block number 5, and lots number 19 and 20 in Block number 52. in the Town of Cody, County of Park, State of W’yoming, according to the official plat and survey of the said town. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Saturday, the 19th day of August, 1916, at the hour of 10 o’clock A. M. of the said day, in front of the court house in the Town of Cody, County of Park, State of Wyoming, 1 will in obedience to the said Judgment, De cree and Order of Sals sell the above described property, or so much there of as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff’s judgment in the sum of $2,000.00, with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the 25th day of May, 1916, and the costs and accruing costs in this ac tion, to the highest and best bidder for cash. Dated this 7th day of July, 1916. GEORGE S. RUSSELL, Master Commissioner. First publication July 14, 1916, Sixth publication August 18. 1916. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF WYOMING, WITHIN AND FOR THE COUN TY OF PARK. Barney Link, Plaintiff, vs. Case No. 385. Louisa M. Cody, Wm. F. Cody, Defendants, Notice is hereby given that by and under a certain execution issued in the above entitled case, the undersigned Sheriff will, on the 29th day of July, between the hours of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, and 5:00 o’clock in the afternoon, to-wit the hour of 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon on said day, sell at public auction at Pahaska, which is situated approximately in Section three, Township fifty-two N., Range one hundred nine West, at the fork of Middle Creek and North Fork River, Park County, Wyoming, the following described goods and chat tels, to-wit: 1 Log Building 12x24 1 Log Ice House 12x16 1 Log Barn 24x50 1 Club House 12x50 with room at tached 30x12 with porch. 1 story and half log building used |for storage and dwelling 60x18 j Blacksmith, Forge and Anvil and Carpenter Tools Frame Building 12x60 Six Rooms 5 Tent Houses 1 Log Building used for laundry 12x24 1 Log Building used for store 24x12 5 double log cabins 12x14 porches screened 1 Frame Building used for Garage with two L. S. 10x30 used for sleeping rooms 1 Gravity Water System 3 Swings 30 Room Log Hotel, two story 1 Building known as Little Wapiti Ladies’ Bath Room and Toilet Gents’ Bath Room The above described being the im provements situated approximately in Section three, Township Fifty-two North, Range One Hundred Nine West, at the fork of Middle creek and North Fork river, and used under a permit granted by the United States Forest Service, and also the following personal goods and chattels to-wit, being and about the said improve ments above set forth, and used in connection with the same: 24 Cups 48 Saucers 48 Vegetable Dishes 24 Oat meal Dishes 6 Egg Dishes 1 Ice Cream Freezer 4 Ice Cream Moulds 2 Dish Pans 6 Stew Kettles 7 Water Bottles 24 Ice Tea Glasses 36 Water Glasses 12 Vinegar Bottles 6 Finger Bowls 36 Creamers 36 Butter Chips 6 Sugar Bowls 9 Flower Vases 24 Meat Platters l 36 Service Plates 36 Pie Plates : 144 Spoons I 58 Soup Spoons ; 12 Butter Knives I 12 Forks 25 Dressers 1 Sausage Grinder 3 Coffee Pots 1 Coffee Mill 8 Roast Pans 4 Muffin Pans 6 Cake Platters 4 Cullenders 58 Blankets 51 Bed Spreads 108 Pillows 69 Comforts 141 Sheets 123 Hand Towels 33 Bath Towels 83 Pillow Slips 32 Table Cloths 170 Napkins 1 Tray Brush 24 Soup Pla.es 6 Cream Pitchers 12 Cake Covers 66 Forks 42 Knives 12 Knives 22 Spoons 26 Bed Springs 10 Small Tables 2 Single Beds 1 Baby Crib 42 Bedsteads 51 Mattresses 65 Chairs 28 Rugs 25 Wash Stands 58 Pitchers 33 Wash Bowls 28 Slop Jars 11 Glasses 22 Mirrors 5 Wash Tubs 250 ft. Hose 2 Wringers 2 Boilers 30 Rocking Chairs 2 Buffalo Robes i 2 Writing Desks ' 3 Show Cases 26 Framed Pictures 2 Cots 72 Records for Piano 1 Key Rack 9 Canvas Settees in Club House 60 Lamps in Club House 2 Refrigerators 2 Sets Flat Irons 4 Mops and Bucket 3 Swings 1 Merry-go-round 1 Hammock 2 Wagons 1 Set Harness 5 Tent Covers 1 Wheel Barrow 5 Wash Stands for Tents 10 Stoves 3 Scales 6 Dining Room Tables 34 Dining Room Chairs 2 High Chairs 5 Serving Tables 4 Settees 1 Elk Hide 1 Deer Hide 2 Small Tables 1 Post Caul Rack 1 Cash Register 2 Sanitary Couches 1 Piano Player and Stool O 7 Tables in Club House 24 Chairs in Club House 5 Wash Basins 1 Oil Stove The above described property will be sold, or so much thereof as is nec essary to make the sum of $24,840 32-100, represented by a judgment rendered on the 13th day of January, A. D. 1916, and the further sum of $5.00 costs, and also interest on said judgment of $24,840.32 at the rate of eight per cent per annum, from Jan. 13th, 1916, and all accruing costs of sale. Said property or part thereof nec essary to satisfy said judgment, in terest and costs will be sold to the highest bidder for cash. E. S. HOOPES, Sheriff Park Co., Wyoming. J. W. Cavender, R. L. Donley, Attor neys for Plaintiff. First insertion July 14, 1916 Last insertion July 28, 1916 ANNOUNCEMENTS County Commissioner I wish to make announcement of my candidacy for the democratic nom ination for the office of County Com missioner of Park county for the two year term. I will appreciate the support of the voters at the Demo cratic primary, and if nominated, of the public in general at the fall election. CHARLES A. WEBSTER, Meeteetse, Wyomng. Treasurer I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of Treasurer of Park county subject to the approval of the Democratic voters of the Pri mary Election to be held August 22. Nominated and elected I will perform the duties of the office in a thorogo ing and conscientious manner. GUS HOLM’S County Attorney I hereby declare myself a candidate for nomination for County and Pros ecuting Attorney of Park county, subject to the approval of the Rep- Better Tools Will do Better Work Every home, every ranch should have -Qaifjua a workshop equipped with GOOD tools. Odd jobs become a pleasure when YAN KEE _ _ i -TP-°- LS ‘ Yankee Tools are in your i T kit. Let us show the line mUaJ to you and show you how for a little money you can have a good set. Brundage Hardware Co. “The Efficiency Store" üblican voters at the Primary Elec- • tinn to be held August 22. If nom- . inated and elected to this office, 1 , pledge myself to perform its duties , in a conscientious and thorough man- , ner. , I. E. FERGUSON. I, County Clerk I hereby announce myself a candi-: ’ date for the nomination for County ' Clerk of Park county, subject to the :. approval of the Republican voters at:, the primary election to be held August j 22nd, 1916. C. H. SCOVILLE. i County Clerk j< I hereby announce to the voters of * Park county that I am a candidate , for the nomination on the Democrat , ticket, for the office of County Clerk, subject to their decision as expressed ' at the Primary election to he held I August 22, 1916. ! 1 I will appreciate your support in !' the primaries, and if elected, will en- J 1 deavor to conduct the office to the 1 1 best interest of the public. JAMES W. ROUSSEAU. Sheriff I hereby announce myself a candi- ' date for sheriff subject to the Repub lican primaries in August. E. S. HOOPES. o ] County Assessor I desire to present my name for the office of County Assessor for Park county, subject to the will of the voters at the Republican pri maries August 22, 1916. ORA SONNERS. County Treasurer I hereby announce to the voters of Park county, that I will be a can- ' didate for the nomination of County Treasurer on the Republican ticket at the primary election to be held August 22. I will appreciate your support A. P. LIBBY. D . Clerk of District Court I hereby announce myself as a can- : didate for Clerk of the District Court 1 of the Fifth Judicial district within 1 and for the county of Park, Wyoming, 1 subject to the will of the people in ' the Republican primaries. I an grateful for the support accorded me ' in the past nnd will appreciate the es- 1 forts of my friends in this campaign. GEORGE S. RUSSELL. County Attorney j | I hereby announce myself a can- i didate for the nomination for County | and Prosecuting Attorney of Park | county, subject to the Republican . primaries in August. i J. H. VAN HORN. County Surveyor I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Surveyor for Park county, subject to the will of ' the Republican voters at the Primary ‘ election to be held August 22, 1916. HOWARD F. BELL. County Attorney I hereby announce my name as a ■ candidate for renomination for ; County and Prosecuting Attorney, subject to the decision of the Demo crats of Park county at the primary, ' August 22, 1916. R. L. DONLEY. i 4444*4**4*V«*«**4 1 ♦ H. L. DONLEY ♦ ’ ♦ Prosecuting Attorney far ♦ . ♦ Park Ceunty ♦ ♦ Office rootoa at the Court ♦ ♦ Hoaae • < ♦4♦♦*4*4f««4*444* FRIDAY, JULY M, i 9 i 6 ♦ H. F. BELL 4 ♦ Civil Engineer and County « O Surveyor 4 ♦ Irrigation and water supply, * 4 surveys, municipal work and 4 4 construction ♦ ♦ 4 4 Cody Wyoming 4 44444444444444444 —a——n 4444444444444444• 4 OR. M. CHAMBERLIN 4 4 Dentist 4 Cody Wyoming 44444444444444444 NOTICE OF COUNTY WARRANTS To Whom it May Concern: Notice is hereby given that all war rants of the County of Park, State of Wyoming, up to and including War rant No. 4021 will be paid. Interest stops ten days after the second pub lication of this notice. A. P. LIBBY, 3212 L County Treasure MISCELLANEOUS WANTS LOST FOLDING COT between Cody and Charles Bradbury ranch on Irma flat Finder please advise under signed. Jim Edwards. Cody. TEN SADDLE HORSES, broke and gentle for dudes to ride. Will trade good unbroken stuff or buy- Fred Morris, Morris Ranch. HELP WANTED WOMAN FOR GENERAL house work. No cooking. Morris Tourist Ranch, Morris Ranch. Wy oming. TWO MARES LOST $lO REWARD for delivery at my ranch of two mares, one gTay 10 years old, wearing halter; one black 6 years old; both branded fgf on left thigh. Strayed from Sage creek about June 26th. Should be found either on Trail creek or Southfork. D. E. HOLLISTER, Wapiti,, Wyo. CLEANING AND PRESSING—La dies’ clothes cleaned and pressed at reasonable prices. Mrs. C. II- Hemmerly, Beam residence. 34 2t 1 * BADOLEB WANTED:— I am in tbs market for second-hand Dave Shelley saddles and will pay the highest cash prices. Dave Shelley, Cody, Wyo. GRAIN FOR SALE—Soft wheat $1.65 per cwt. Oats $1.60 per cwt., at my ranch 3 miles north of Burling ton, Wyoming. 35 ts J. O. NEFF MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE PLANTS FOR SALE: Early late cabbage, Earliana tomatoes, peppers, celery etc. Z. Boss, Cody, Wyo. 29tf BROOD MARES FOR SALE. Span of draft brood mares. 85 2t F. A. INGRAHAM, Cody- JTYPEWRITEft FOR 8A LI —L. C. Smith No. 6 Visible Machlns, WJ 4 very Httle. In fine condition— Cw Garage. . FOR RENT ROOM# FOR RENT —Witt hut, and bath. Mia. W> ****** ” THREE ROOM COTTAGE tit** Volekmar shop. Ingaien Ursa*-**'