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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, ltl«.
For Sale 1,200 head young cows, (how to be In caK. 400 coming yearling heifers and steers. 12 pure bred Hereford bulls two years old. We also have some two-year- old heifers anc some mixed bunches. All this stock Have wtnteied wile and are about evenly divided —Herefords and Shi thorns. Pur hasers will have the privilege of selection. * Montana Livestock and Loan Company PHONE 1664, BILLINGB, MONT. Salter Bros. & Co. . WOOL GROWERS 216 Summer St., Boston, Ma9B. Solicit wool shipments. Full market prices obtained. Sell direct to the mills. Nothing sold without shipper’s consent. Liberal advances provided. We refer to many leading wool growers. Our Wyoming representative Mr. Wm. C. Irvine Douglas - Wyoming . % We will Stand “TEDDY” Percheron Stallion on the Sweeney Ranch for the Season. Terms: $5.00 Cash in Advance i Billings Business College Thorough Course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Type writing, Stenotype, Railroading and Telegraphy Experienced teachers, elegant school rooms, a pleasing environment and a position for gradu ates. No vacation. Enter any time. If you cna not attend in person, me will teach you by mail. Send for catalog on HOME S TUDY. 2nd Floor Masonic Temple, E. H. Kuykendall, Billings, Mont. Manager. George E. Hayes, (M. A. S. E., M. I. M. M., M. I. C. E., A. I. M. E.) Member: The Associated Society of Engineers, London Member: The Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, London. Member: The Institute of Civil Engineers, London. Member: The American Institute of Mining Engineers, N. Y. Reports furnished on all minerals. International Expert on all Oil Lands. Oflee la Herald Block Cody, Wyoming. NORTHERN WYOMING HERALD P. I. A. CLUB IS BOOMING (Continued from page one) Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kaufman of Kalispel wait for the Herald every Sunday. They used to live on Up per Sage and will be back some day after their years of wandering. They will be warmly welcomed. Mrs. Sm’l Kahn of Lincoln, Illinois, maintains a keen interest in Cody where she has some investments and gets the Herald to keep in touch with the situation. Mrs. E. E. Martin is in Los Ange les and whenever the mails miss she sends for another copy. It is evi dence she likes the Herald. Mrs Martin is spending the summer with her sons who are all successfully en gaged in the motion picture business. T. W. Amea is a member. He takes a lively interest in boosting the west and will deal with a long string of dudes next season. Mrs. Eoa C. Brown of Ishawooa al ways has her business well in hand and doesn't forget her obligations to the newspaper man. She is just closing a successful dude season and will make preparations for a bigger crowd next year. Hank Fulton always makes money and keeps out of debt. He pays the Herald clear to Jan. 1, 1918 because he wants the paper. H .J. expects to join his family on the coast next mon th where the children are in school. Scotty McWilliams will look after the sheep as usual this winter and deliv er a full count of fat ones in the spring. Willard Ruscher of Painter has heard how good the Herald is these days and sends in two dollars to have 4444444444444444 * R. C. TRUEJBLOOD, M. D. 4 4 Physician and Surgeon ♦ 4 Eyes scientifically Tested and 4 4 Glassoß Fitted 4 4 Office Stockgrower Building 4 4444444444444444 44444444444444444 4 H. F. BELL 4 4 Civil Engineer and County 4 4 Surveyor 4 4 Irrigation and. water supply, 4 4 surveys, municipal work and 4 4 construction 4 4 Cody Wyoming 4 44444444444444444 4444444444444444 * 4 DR. M. CHAMBERLIN • • 4 Dentist v * 44444444444444444 4 Cody Wyoming LEGAL NOTICE REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE WHEREAS, default has been made in the payment of the money secured by a mortgage deed dated the 30th day of November 1912 executed and delivered by CODY MASONIC BUILDING COMPANY, a corpora tion organized under the laws of the State of Wyoming, to WYOMING LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Wyoming, and no suit or proceeding has been instit uted at law to recover said debt or any part thereof, which mortgage deed was recorded in the offiiee of the Clerk and Ex-officio Register of Deeds of the County of Park m the State of Wyoming on the 30th day of Nov ember 1912 at 9:30 o’clock a. m. in Book 4 of Mortgages on pages 123 land 124, and WHEREAS, there is due on said i mortgage the sum of Fifteen Thous and Dollars ($15,000.00) principal, ■and the sum of One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety-six and 70-100 Dollars ($1,796.70), interest accrued thereon, making a total of Sixteen Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety six and 70-100 Dollars ($16,790.70). which is the amount claimed to be I due on said mortgage at the date of this notice. j NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and duly recorded as afore said and in pursuance of the Statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by the mortgagee !»y the sale of the premises herein described, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the sum claimed to be due thereon with expenses and attorney’s fees, as provided in said mortgage, at public auction at the front door of the courthouse in the town of Cody in the County of Park and State of Wyoming on the 23rd day of Sept ember A. D. 1916 at 10:00 o’clock in the forenoon of that day. The prem ises are described in said mortgage deed as the following real estate situ ate in the County of Park, State of Wyoming, to-wit:— Lots One (1) and Two (2) Block Fifty-one (51) as said Lots and Block are laid down and designated on the map or plat of said original Town of Cody according to the rec orded plat thereof on file in the office of the County Clerk and Ex officio Register of Deeds of said County of Park State of Wyoming. Dated this 7th day of August 1916. WYOMING LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Mortgagee. WILLIAM E. MULLEN, Attorney for Mortgagee. Aug. 11-18-36. Sept.l-8-15-22. his name on the list. Thrice wel- 1 come, W. D. Nels Nordquist always makes a good deal when he trades and next to the fine bunch of cattle he recent- ■ ]y hot stands the settlement with the Herald on back subscription and pay ment ahead. Nels is forg.ng to the front as the years drift by and each succeeding year finds more of the four footed animals feeding at his racks and bins. “That’s lots easier than I expected to get ofT,” said Uncle George Rus sell, clerk of the court, when he paid for five years back subscription and a year in advance. Mr. Russell likes the new plan and says that it is bound to succeed. B. F. Hoyt the oil operator who gets on the front page oftener than any other man in the west gets the Herald at Bridger. He wants to keep in touch with this section as he is interested in the Grass creek field. He is a good road booster of a high order. Lee Upton called while the boss was out and left $2 with the boys. It hit the bull’s eye alright for the Herald hoys turn in all the cash that accumulates around the office while the editor is out. Lee wouldn’t be marooned on the south side of the: Northfork by the encroachments of Shoshone lake and so he bought one! of the first 4ds to come to the coun- ' try, loops the loop around to the ] bridge near Hollisters and gets to town quicker than the old team meth od. If he is in a right big hurry and doesn’t mind the jolts he hikes across on the road, or rather cow trail the gov. built, to the Southfork and comes jin via Irma flat. What we wanted i to say is that Lee gets there no mat ter what happens. He and his good mother will enjoy the Herald this winter. J. A. Yates, the popular young bachelor of the Northfork, keeps I right up to the minute and pays in advance. C. D. Prantee who has made money enough in the dray business to buy ; both a bunch of cattle and a flivver i belongs to the P. I. A. club. Col. David McFall was one of the first to express his faith in the Hcr | aid by coming in and paying a year in advance. He likes the policy of ! the Herald and the gospel it preach es. May the colonel and his good wife have many more years with us. Harry Wagner, the cashier of the bank over at Jackson and the mayor of his adopted city, keeps up in the front rank with the Herald. This young man has developed fast since he came from Washington D. C. to Cody to live and is one of Wyoming’s coming men. Loren Watkins, one of Park coun ty’s younger stockmen, is a member of the Herald family and is paid into 1917. Mrs. F. G. Zimmerman is ahead of the game with the Herald and will continue to enjoy the weekly issues of this herald of freedom. Mrs. Zim merman hasn’t anything to do but raise a fine quartet of youngsters and is making a success of that. Miss Elva will teach the Sheets flat school this year and her work at Ishawooa was very satisfactory list year. Fred Gail, counted the busiest man on earth, not only supplies the farm ers under the Cody canal with plenty of water flowing thru a ditch they can trust, but furnishes the Herald with the wherewithal to keep his copy in active circulation. Geo. E. Hayes hadn't been in town a day until he realized he had to have the Herald to know what’s what and who's who so he laid down two big iron dollars for the paper. All his other money he has put into gas and oil prospects. There is no gas about the Herald, merely super heated at mosphere. Walter Kepford buys the Herald for his family and also for his own good mother, one of Cody's choice spirits. Grandma Kepford is the kind hearted lady that never turns a deaf ear to the cry of distress. Superintendent of Schools, A. A. Slade is a constant reader of the ller | aid and wonders that wc arc able to I produce as good a paper as we do in a city of this size. It’s the loyal co operation we get that makes it pos- I sible. Mr. Slade is one of the hard ! workers in Cody and is bringing the schools up to a higher standard each month. W. P. Slayton wouldn't miss an is sue of the Herald and waits from Fri day to the next Friday for his copy. This venerable gentleman is one of Cody’s honored citizens. Oscar Noble of St. Joe keeps in touch wih the doings about the old town by reading the Herald. He rents a farm from the Lincoln Land company which with his own adjoin ing makes a large area he success fully operates. He and his bride have a happy home on the lower Greybull. (Continued Next Week) DAVE SHELLEY COW BOY 'rfmflil OUTFITTER Harness Teitzel Scabbards r> n Bridles UW boy boots in 86,15 stock Bits SIOCK Spurs Qui,K I DAVE SHELLEY GIVE PANTS TO NEW BOYS •* *■ Ufa? i v 1 I By all means, order a boy next time Dave Jones, Cody’s haberdasher, has a pair of pants already for him as soon as he arrives on the Stork special, and is anxiously watching the Herald for the names of the parents who are fortunate to draw a boy. Jones has a plan by which he pro poses to furnish every boy in this part of the state his first pair of pants. He has had prepared a very pretty greeting card and a dainty package containing a fine pair of pants to be worn on the youngster’s; first birthday. It is a time for con gratulations, thinks Mr. Jones went a boy arrives, and he has figured out away that he can send his greetings to the new arrival and make friends FLATHEAD VALLEY B. C. OIL CO. Capital $300,000. SPOKANE, WASHINGTON F. LENS, M. A. R. D. E. (Member Association Royal Dutch Mining Engineers) Director and Representative Cody Office, Walls BailiMng, Cody, Wyoming. with the lad very early in life. It is his desire not to overlook any one and he will appreciate telephone calls or postals telling him of the event, that he may make up the pack age of trousers which are guaranteed to fit the lad when he becomes a year ' ling. 0 DELINQUENTS NOTICE A party owing water rent unpaid by October Ist will be deprived from tho use of city water. Water taps will be shut off October Ist and delinquents will govern themselves accordingly. Sam Forrest, . Water Commissioner, Town of Cody, 43-3 t BIDS WANTED September 15-16 For 100 yards of concrete in place, : for 150 tons of fluming material ‘ t hauled from the Cody depot to Lake - 11 view canal near Jay Blood’s on South fork. For plans and details see, W. B. RAYMOND, Cody. 43-2 t Envy is an awkward homage that inferiority pays to merit. Some men make the best time when headed the wrong way. Always try to keep your heart a little softer than your head. Having the key to success is of ; very little use unless you can find ; the key hole. PAGE THREE