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jr and Embalming I carry a complete line of Undertaking goods and funeral supplies. A licensed embalmer and all of the most modem equipment for taking care of and directing funerals. When requested we take entire charge of funerals, see to the securing of pall bearers, preparing grave, fur nishing steel vault if desired. Phone 20. J. N. Hollenbaugh, Cheyenne Wells LOCALETTES. You are left at the post if you have no telephone. Your com petitor will get the business. LOST—Bunch of keys; finder please return to Commercial Ho tel and greatly oblige Don Sears. jQur subscription books for the Eastern Colorado Times are now open. Send us SI.OO quick! Do not miss an issue. Mrs. F. A. Reidel, nee Eva McCrumb, of Golden, came in Monday night for a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCrumb. Horse an'd Jack bills printed at the office of the Eastern Colorado Times on cloth, cardboard or pa per. If you have any work of this kind, bring it in. John Huron dropped a dollar in our contribution box in ex change for which he gets one full year’s subscription. John, that's more goods than you ever bought before for SI.OO. Elmer E. DeuPree, secretary of the press commitee of the 4 Democratic Editorial Association has started a new paper at Park * «rs in Douglas county. DeuPree f is also editor of the Elizabeth Banner, is Deputy State Dairy Inspector and a loyal democrat. The garage owned and operat ed by Henry Smith will serve the public in their line at reasonable rates. Doctor’s calls answered day or night, and their specialty will be quick service in emergen cies. If you have to make time and want to go quick and get back, call phone 24 and get Hen ry Smith to take you. Cheyenne Wells Garage We do Automobile repairing of all kinds, sell gasoline and motor oil and furnish all kinds of Automobile Acces- i sories. We will also house your car in a good place at reasonable rates. Livery Business \ Reasonable Prices. • v \ Post Office Box 136 Phone 24 Hy Smith, Proprietor. Your subscription solicited. Eleven and one-half to 15cts for dry hides. Cash paid. City Meat Market. Miss Lyda Marshall is visiting with Mrs. Geo. Atkinson near First View this week. If you have sale bills you want printed, bring copy to this office. Prompt work and right prices. Mrs. P. 0. Hedlund returned to her home in Hugo, Monday, after a month’s visit in Chey enne Wells. It wasn’t a very la»are crowd that attended the dance here last Saturday night, but they had a good time. Any items of news intended for publication in these columns should reach this office not later than Thursday morning. The Traders State Bank will cash all county warrants without discount. Bring in your warrants. D. R. Purdy and J. C. Ford of the Arapahoe neighborhood, were in town Tuesday. Mr. Purdy or dered bills printed at this office advertising his stallion, Pat Gro gan. _ E. M. Liscomb and son Del and Oscar Garvik. of A’lfalfa Valley, north of First View, were in Cheyenne Wells, Wednesday. E. M., who is on the Denver po lice force, is home on a vacation. If you want to buy lumber, ce ment, wire, coal, feed, post, brick, windows, doors, or finish ing material for inside work, see A. D. Schultz Lumber Co. They will not only give you the best goods, but will make you the best prices, and their statements are reliable. Phone 29. Be progressive—have a tele phone put in. Mrs. Grant Edwards is visiting at her home near Arapahoe. Seven to 7 1-2 cents per pound for green hides. City Meat Market. Mrs. J. H. Williams and Mrs. Margaret Hamilton visited First View friends Thursday. The Tatting Club will meet Monday afternoon as usual. Let all members be present. Henry 0, Smith has had a tel ephone installed in his auto garage, the number being 24. Have a telephone put in now; it may be worth for five minutes what it would cost for a year. The coming Sunday will be Easter Sunday, and will mark the close of the Lenten season. In prospecting for water a mile west of First View, a good vein was struck at a depth of 19 feet. A telephone for a fire alarm in pour home is worth the price, if you never used it for anything else. Mrs. Chas. Addis, of Topeka, Kansas, came in Monday and went to her homestead southwest of town. The Modern Woodmen will give a grand public ball in this city on Monday evening April 8. A good time is anticipated, E. C. Wilson, who had been serving as a federal petit juror in Denver for the past six weeks, returned home this morning. Prof. DeFoor has been unable to attend to his duties in the school room several days this week because of a severe sore throat. Lute Johnson, one of our good friends from west of town, was a caller at our office Thursday and paid his subscription to this paper for a year. We are pleased to receive com munication this week from Waterville and from Prospect Hill. Glad to get the news from these neighborhoods. There will be special song ser vices at the church Sunday morn ing and evening. Miss Mabel Demunbrun and others will lend their talents to these services. You are going to have to take the Eastern Colorado Times if you want to keep posted on the affairs of this county. This pa per is going to give you THE NEWS. Miss Florence Gudgel returned to her school in the Shy neigh borhood Tuesday. She was called home to care for her mother who was slightly injured in a runaway last week. We have on the staff of the Eastern Colorado Times, the highest salaried poet in Eastern Colorado. His scintillating efforts will adorn these columns from time to time as the habit o’er comes him. [?] Carpenter & Hibbard, Opti cians of 1628 Welton st. Denver will be at the Court House in Cheyenne Wells,'Saturday, Apr. 6th for the purpose of examin ing eyes. Call and have your eyes examined without charge. Should you require glasses, the price will be reasonable. Fall wheat is looking fine in Cheyenne county, where it has been properly put in. Several thousand acres put in last fall by the Cheyenne County Develop ment Co., is in good shape, and shows above the ground, an inch or two. This is going to be a great wheat year in Eastern Col orado. PUBLIC AUCTIONEER W. F\ WYANT IF YOU HAVE A SALE TO CRY AND WYANT IS BUSY, PUT IT OFF UN TIL YOU CAN (JET HIM. HE WILL GET RESULTS FOR YOU ANI) YOU WANT TQ ENGAGE HIM AHEAD OR HE WILL BE BUSY. ADDRESS, Arapahoe ?ho ne ue 3 Colorado T. E. Longley, the “trouble” man, is repairing the Cheyenne Wells-Aroya telephone line this week. The democratic wool bill has passed the house by a vote of 189 to 82. Twenty progressive re publicans voted with the demo crats. Senator Bob Taylor, of Ten nessee, died recently following an operation. He was a demo crat and was formerly governor of his state. His brother was a republican and was a candidate for governor on that ticket, being badly defeated by Senator Tay lor, who was a unique character. If you are going to buy gro ceries, dry goods, boots and shoes, you will save the price of the trip by going to Trumbor & Counts where you will receive the best of treatment and will get your goods at prices that will be satisfactory both to your self and to them. This firm deals on the square with everyone and you can rely on what they tell you. Phone 21. Notice. I will arrive in Cheyenne Wells first of next week with a car load of Early Ohio Potatoes. L. V. Hudson. The City Election. The city election, which was held Tuesday, passed off without any disturbance and was the most hotly contested city election that Cheyenne Wells has ever experienced. This statement is substantiated by the fact that the entire voting population I p. J. LYONS, President J. P. PETERSO S. Secretary ■ J. F. MC CARTHY. V. President and General Superintendent M W. R. MCCARTHY. Treanurer W. S. MOORE. Manager of Immigration & Colonisation I (TJeyenne (§uir|ty De- I I vcloprrjent (grppapy I I Capital $75,000 I I Colorado Farm Lands I I Improved and Unimproved Farms. Coloniza- ■ I tion of Large Tracts our Specialty. I I NOTICE TO FARMERS: Come in and see us I ■ about Flax Seed and receive a pamphlet I I “How to Grow Flax.” I I Cheyenne Colorado I I Phone 12 I turned out in full force, 127 votes being cast out of the total regis tered of 134. Those that did not vote were prevented from doing so on account of sickness or ina bility. While the result of the election did not place in office the entire ticket named by the citizens cau cus, the representatives on the Citizens ticket have reasons to feel gratified in having succeed ed in electing two out of three aldermen, or trustees. The combined strength of the liquor and anti-liquor forces were called into action to defeat the Citizens ticket, which demon strates the strong efforts used by the powers behind the throne. We bow to the will of the major ity and will not resort to threats of illegality, etc. The trustees elected, we believe, will guard the interests of the tax-payers and work for the upbuilding and improvement of our town, and we will support them in their ef forts to give the people a better and cleaner town, without fear or favor, and in these efforts we solicit and request the co-opera tion and support of all citizens interested in ‘‘A Greater Chey enne Wells.” Following is the yote, the suc cessful contestants being Cain, McCarthy, Williams and Trum bor: W. EL Cain, mayor. Independent ticket. 70 H. Y. Tarwater. mayor. Citizens ticket. 4S W. R- McCarthy, alderman. " ** Iyr £9 W. F. Williams, alderman. “ “ Byr £5 Chas. C. Turner, alderman '* “ 3yr 50 M. P. Trumbor. alderman. Independent. 3yr (W D. E. Sears, alderman. Independent. 3yr £1 Chas. T. Thero. alderman. “ Iyr TO J. M. Staley, alderman. '* Iyr 7 Judge A. E. Bowe is in Denver today on business.