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LOCAL AND PERSONAL For coal, ice or wood see Roy Holm or call phone 102 W. 44tf. Rev. Robert Marqnis is here for the fair and will be in Cody over Sunday. Lawrence Wagoner was in town Friday with a load of household goods for W. A. Kepford. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest May and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. May of Sunshine were Cody visitors Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Lehman has moved to town with the children that thef may be in school. They will occupy the Beam house on Beck avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rivers and family were over from their ranch at the mouth of Wood river on Friday of last week. Alden Ingraham underwent an op eration for adnoids Monday at the hands of Dr. Earl Whedon. The lit tle fellow is about again. L. W. McGee is out on the streets part of each day and is slowly reco. ering. He suffered a stroke of para lysis at Pahaska three weeks a (to. John Weir of Red Lodge was in the city Monday looking after his inter ests. He ranges cattle near Painter and gets to Cody about twice a year. The W. C. T. U. rest room at the fair grounds proved a great conveni ence to many who took advantage of the servive the ladies of that organi zation rendered. The young people of the Presbyter ian church w.ll give a Glad Welcome social at the church parlors on Fri day evening of next week. They in vite all the new teachers and strang ers to attend. Electric signß are all the rage on Sheridan avenue these days, The Bennett Drug and Jewelry company has a fine panel sign and O. D. Mark’s place of business is ornamented by a scrol electric. Miss Caroline Lockhart, Cody’s lit erary star, has returned from the up per end of the Bighorn basin where she spent the summer in gathering material for another story and will spend several weeks here. Mrs Sam Forrest was called to Red Lodge Monday by the serious illness of her aged father. He has been sick for some time and a sudden change for the worst came Sunday. Frank Thompson took Mrs. Forrest over in his Olds car. Dr. Chas J. Rhoads who has been interested in this country for a num ber of years and has made his home during the greater part of .the year for the past three years has decided to permanently locate here and open an office for the practice of dentistry He has followed this profession for a number of years in Kansas City. Last month he sold his practice there and shipped his instruments and la brntory equipment by freight to Cody. His office is located in the Shoshone National bank building. as you never thought p could be is yours to you buy some Prince wjr; Albert and fire-up a pipe or a home-made \ | Prince Albert gives process that cuts out j B bite and parch! Prince Albert has always ffr^it|W|rlM i; R been sold without coupons or premiums. | ! Fringe Albert I the national joy tmohe IS has a flavor as diflerent as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it l W And that isn’t strange, either. H Men who think they can’t smoke a pipe or roll a ciga- 9 f-ErriX^y."if*m rette can sm °ke and will smoke if they use Prince El toppynd £■«•" sc j udynd Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try- H mtf half- h “and°tin P hamf out certa * n ly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment B cluing fin, coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. H pouad cry. iat-tta.. hand- Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story! H dor with rpongo-moutonor H R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winston-Salem, N. C E Roy Holm sells coal, ice and wood. Dr. Earl Wheadon of Sheridan at tended to his patients Monday and Tuesday, doing a very satisfactory business. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Peoples of Mee teetse were over to consult with Dr. C. L. Gillam concerning Mr. People’s health. Mr. Peoples has been ailing 1 for some time and will probably un dergo an operation later. Gordon A . Neisley spent over Sun day in this section and while here : purchased the beef stock of Bori Bates. He left Tuesday for the hills to round up his shorthorns and will ship within a couple of weeks. Brown.e Newton was up in town Sunday for the first time followin'; his hospital experience. His opera tion for appendic.tis at the Gilla hospital was successful and the young man expects to be at work within short time. The Cody-Sylvan Pass Motor com pany has decided to store their cars here instead of taking them to th coast as was first planned. Arrange ments have been made with the rail road company for space in the old wool warehouse and the cars are be ing put under cover this week. Jimmie Tuff, the Meeteetse twister that thrilled the grandstand the 4th. rode into the arena Wednesday w.th a brand new saddle and cowboy outfit bot of Dave Shelley, the outfitter His name is inscribed upon it and no horse over which this saddle is thrown has the slightest chance of getting a way. Jim Tuff is some puncher and his outfit and he are equal. W. T. Borron suffered the disloca tion of h.s left knee and several torn ligaments from a kick of a vicious horse while out hunting last week. With characteristic nerve of the mountaineer Bill rode forty miles to the Hollister ranch on horseback and reached town Monday by automobile. H s leg was placed in a plaster cast by Dr. L. Howe after the knee was put in place and the ligaments cared for. The injured man will be compell ed to walk on crutches for three or four weeks. Ed. H. Wilson, superintendent of the Cody-Sylvan Pass Motor company conducted a party of savages thru the park returning to Cody Monday evening. The party was composed of Mrs. Wilson, Joe Wolfe, Fred Schaub and Richard DeHass, the Burlington passenger agent who spent the sea son here in conducting the tourist business for his company. They found lots of game on every hand, plenty of snow, and the geysers par ticularly accomodating in furnishing special vaudeville stunts to please Mrs. Wilson. This is the first trip the lady has had thru Nature’s wonderland. It was also the initial trip for Joe Wolfe. John W. Chapman of Red Lodge was a Cody visitor Tuesday. He ex pected to return today to take in the closing number of the Park county fair. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Gawthrop will leave Tuesday for their home at Mil ford, Indiana, after a month’s visit at the Chas. Gawthrop home. They made the trip out especially to see the young grandson and are well paid for the trip. During his stay Mr. Gawthrop Sr. rendered valuable ser vice to the Park county fair assisting general manager Hargraves on the track work and in the construction of the new buildings. He drove R. C. j in the harness race. Mr. Gawthrop: was given a certificate to the effect ! that it would be in order for him to move to Cody and take up his perma nent residence here. CHRIST CHURCH Sunday, September 17, 1916. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon 11a.m. ; Even ng Prayer 8 p. m. All arc Welcome A. R. CHALMERS, Rector. o PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sept 17, 1916. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morn ing worship, 11:00 a. m. Topic “Life’s Dynamic.” Christian Endeavor, 7:00 p. m. Evening wor ship, 8:00 p. m. Topic “An Old Pioneer.” At the Sunday morning service of the Presbyterian church, Mrs. Roy Merger will sing a solo "The Lord is my Light.” Miss Frances Hill will be the leader for the Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday evening. The topic will be “Little Chances to Help.” Walter Gregg Pitkin, Minister. o First Methodist Episcopal Church Services for Sunday, September 17. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Chas. Gawthrop, Superintendent j Public Worship 11 a. m. j Sermon by the Pastor Junior League 2:80 p. m. Miss Lydia Peckham, Superintendent Epworth League 7 p. m. Every one present a leader. Public Worship 8 p. m. Sermon by the Pastor The pactor has just returned from Conference and no doubt will bring the spirit of that body into these ser-! vices. A report of the past year and the plans for this year will be out lined. Every member should be pres ent. A very special invitation is ex tended to those who have no church home and to strangers within our gates. Fred M. Stephenson, Pastor. SHEETS FLAT ITEMS Levi Snyder took his daughter, Miss Vera, to Shell Creek last week where she will teach school the com ing winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wiblc were shop- NORTHERN WYOMING HERALD A New Arrival In the Family of Ranchman’s Special A high grade coffee packed in a good galvanized bucket 10 lbs. net weight. $3.00. The Newton Co. ping in Meeteetse last Tuesday. W. F. McGee, and his brother-in law, Mr. Howe from Longmont Colo rado, with their respective families were among those from the Flat who attended the barbaeue in Meeteetse. Will Welch and sister drove up from Cowley in their car Sunday in order to attend the barbaeue. They were guests at the Monk home. CLARK, WYOMING This region had a nice shower Sat urday afternoon and just a light one Sunday afternoon. The teachers have returned from the County. Institute held at Cody, and are enthusiastic for the coming year. Miss Effie Abramson teaches at Paint creek; Miss Mary Craven at Bennett creek; Miss Ethel Earl at Line creek; and Miss Underwood, at Pioneer. Misses Carol and Elizabeth Vickery left last Tuesday for Bozeman, Mont, to enter the high school. The Sunday school met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Parker last Sunday. Next Sunday it will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hunter. A basket dinner at 1 p. m. is part of the program. All are invit ed to attend. Mrs. T. W. Bentley and little son are at home from Belfrey. Everybody busy making hay. WEBSTER DISTRICT School will commence in the Web ster district September eleventh with Miss Ester Strawoen as teacher. And in the Osborne district September 18 with Miss Stump as teacher. W. W. Bennett and son Durham, have the contract foi the building of the school house in the Webster dis trict, consideration S7GO. The build ing is to be built of logs. Size 20x30, and to be ready for occupancy No vember fifteenth. William Slack was taken to Cody last week and operated on by Dr. Gillam for appendicitis and stomach trouble. He is recovering rapidly and soon be able to return home. Henry Griffin of Burlington pur chased about 100 head of yearling steers and heifers from Roy Webster and father, of Wood river, last week at $45 per head. While Cecil Boulware was attend ing the barbecue, his freight teams got out of the pasture, and at the last report he was unable to locate them, altho he has ridden the country from Meeteetse to Burlington. Miss Nina Fehyl from near Fenton is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Purdy. Coyotes have taken nearly all of Peter Perrin’s chickens. This is the second loss he has had this year, as' the hail inthe summer killed nearly a hundred for him. Mrs. Frank Keller and son Willie. 1 drove some of their cattle over from Dry creek Saturday and put them in pasture at Rufus Wilson’s. Ranchmen in this district have been busy with teams and wagons hauling material for the bridge which is to be built across the Greybull. They have! made several trips to the mountains j and will go to Cody first of the week: for cement. j Miss Nina Morrison, who has been; the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. B. [ Owen, for the last month, returned; to her home on Owl creek near Kmbar; the first of the week. William Sheets is suffering from j an attack of Rheumatism. o UPPER SAGE CREEK September 12, 1918. Bruce Fritzler helped his friend Leonard Stewardson celebrate his birthday last Monday staying with him until Tuesday. Those attending high school i» Cody from our vicinity are: Margaret and Fern Ashley, Elsie Lindstrom, Hulda Hoglund, Edna Lindholm, Anna Free borg and Norman Miller. Miss Marie Perry is expected to ar rive soon. She intends to spend the! | winter with her grandmother and to attend Cody high school, j A number of the young folks were i invited to spend the evening at the ! |M. L. Freeborg home Saturday. Some splendid recitations and songs were given by different ones and after wards lively games were played. De licious refreshments were served. Those present besides the family were: Misses Margaret and Fern Ashley. Hulda Nelson, Elsie Lindstrom, Edna Lindholm. Malde Houston, Ethelyn Veeder, Lillian Miller, Garda Johnson. Fern and Gladys Isham—Messrs Les lie Walls, Harold Perry, Ruben and. Norman Miller, Jess Horner, Dean. Albert Harmon and Fred Schultz,. Stevens, Earnest Ebert, Jess Love,' Claud Martin and Harold and Win. Houston. Those who attended the Yoemen pic-, nic from Upper Sage at the Ebert grove Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewardson, Grace and Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hoglund, Margaret, Carl and Hulda, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Miller, Lillian and Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houston, Mable, Harold and William and all report a good time. On last Monday Mr. and Mrs. H.. C. Fritzler and little Clifton accompan- ied Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. White to Mee teetse where they partook in the big Labor day celebration. Miss Ethelyn Veeder attended insti tute in Cody last week. She came out Saturday to be in readiness to take up her duties Monday morning. She will board at E. Lindstrom’s. Mrs. W. A. Rader returned home last Tuesday from Billings where she has been in the hospital. She is im proving. Miss Fern Isham is assisting with the housework at the 3P ranch during the busy season. Gus Hoglund has been quite ill with the rhumatism the past few days. He is now feeling much better. IRMA FLAT September 12, 1911>. Mrs Howe came out from Cody Sat i urday to visit with her son, Ralpl i and her niece, Mrs Pfrangle. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Larson of Cody were the dinner quests of Mrs. Nel* Nordquist Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hayden and three sons of Cody made several Sun day afternoon calls in the neighbor hood. Juanita McClure returned Sunday from a visit with friends in Hardin, Montana. Lloyd Buchanan left last Friday for Laramie to attend college this ! year. Francis McClure took Sunday din ner at the home of Hans Nelson. Ester Andren and Irma Nordquist are in Cody attending high school. Mrs. Claus Andren and children vis ited Sunday and Monday with the families of M. 1.. Freeborg and G. A. Holm of Sage creek. Our school opened Monday morning with Mary Martin of Marquette us teacher. Eighteen pupils are in at- ! ■ tendance. Eva Jernberg and Allie . Wilson are the beginners. The I. F. M. C. enjoyed a pleasant ■ afternoon with Mrs. Caesar Mylroie - last Thursday. Those present were:'2 Mrs. Geo. Pfrangle, Mrs. Claus An fr dren, Mrs. Scott Lyall, Mrs. Charle: 4 Brudbury and Bertha Bradbury. I On Friday afternoon the member. £ of the Sunday School met at the home 1 of Mrs. Claus Andren. In the shadeA of the beautiful trees guessing gamesH and others, such a9, drop the hand-N kercheif, three deep, crack the whipß pull away, etc. were played until to'-B clock when light refreshments were! served. B The Mother’s club will hold theii B next meeting with Grandma Nord B quist and Mrs. Scott Lyall at the lat-® ter’s home, Sept. 21. PAGE FIVE