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WESLEY STALEY, Pre.. H. V. NELSON. V. P.
J.W. STALEY, Cashier The Cheyenne*County v State Bank WE DO A GENERAL BANKING AND COLLECTING BUSINESS. Missourians in Colorado The Odessa (Mo.)Democrat, owned by the writer for seven years, says: “It is estimated that one-third of the population of Colorado are native Missourians and are make ing good out there, too. This is perhaps one reason why Mis souri does notroll up her old time democratic majority. These ex- Missourians frequently meet and talk over the good old days when they hunted coons and possums down on Grand river with Drum and Cap, the old houn dawgs.” Oh, you pos8um-meatum. SUNNY SIDE. Mr. Haden is improving’, but is not able to be out of bed yet. Mrs. Ashmore lias Returned to her home in Des Moines, lowa. Jim Frekes is up near Kit Carson this week rounding up horses for Jim O'Donnell. Lillian Bogert left Monday for Aroya where she expects to work this summer. A few of the ladies from this vicinity spent Thursday" afternoon with Mrs. Howard-porth of Arapahoe. Mr. Crane of Kansas City is hack looking after his homestead. He is* staying with Will Fay’s at present. PROSPECT HILL. “Turn about Is fair play.” You have heard that wise saying since you have heard any thing. It goes with out question that you take your turn, then the other fellow; or vice versa. If this rule holds good in the science of common things, is it not time in the ethics of office holding? It looks so to the fair minded and the unselfish. Some though, persist in interpreting tills to mean, “I have had my play and now I will turn about and play again,” and soon ad infinitum.' This liecomes a habit, and really an offen sive one when you suffer yourself to think of it calmly. There is no need of the public having to face such pub lic problems as these, when in these enlightened times almost every school / \ / ■ 4 *4BrV \ j * jr~® rfPT«g»— \— * | jfjPffiNllk ieyenile Comity Colorado 7 | '' |,w| ' _ t. j X _ /^y OOO4IY. district has its favorite son whose laudable ambition should not be curbed by want of opportunities. “Think on these thing's,”— keep the road, but don’t drop into a nasty rut. FIRST VIEW NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Jas Casper were in the county seat Monday. A good rain fell west of here and at Kit Carson, Sunday'niglit. Miss Ottalie Terrill -of Cheyenne Wells, is visiting Miss Opal Dawson. Lee Roush, Claud and Clyde Smith were visitors at-C'heyenne Wells Tues day. 1 Miss Irene Cummings, who lias been holding gospel meetings here, left for Kit Carson, Tuesday. A. Ooley and family feft for Lake, Colo., Thursday and J. K. Marshall is in charge of the section work here' Mrs G. E. Griswold and family of Topeka, Kan., are visiting Mrs. Gris wold’s father, T. J. Faxon of Medill. Miss Angeline Pauls underwent an operation for appendicitis, in Denver last week and is getting along nicely. Miss Bernice Plessinger, Miss Mar garet Palmer, Fred Kurtz, Mrs C. Melton and son Kenneth, visited at Mrs. Zuck’s, Sunday. Mrs. Walter L. Bales and children left Thursday evening for Cheyenne Wells where they joined Mr. Bales in a trip to the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Kerr and son returned to their home in Sharon Sgrings, Tuesday, after visiting rel atives in Denver and at tills place. Guy Robinson’s horse has been sick the past week. He telephoned Mr. Caulkins, the Arapahoe veterinarian, who came up and administered to the suffering animal. Mrs. Adeline Robinette, of Holt, Clay county Missouri, came in Wed nesday morning on a visit to her daughters Mrs. Thos. E. Hickman and Mrs. Walter L. Bales. Lute Johnson has returned from a visit to southwest Missouri and noth ern Arkansas. He says that Colorado looks good to him and that he believes a man has as good a chance here as anywhere. We Will Win With Wilson. • « v vv mmm »» mmm »* ** »wvu« i The social given by the .Ep worth League. Thursday night at Joe Groff’s was enjoyed by all who attended. | If you want to keep posted on the election news, and in touch ! with what is going on in general, j order the Eastern Colorado- Tunes. $1.00 for one year. You will be satified with the results. ' Senator Works, of California, progressive republican, present ing in the senate a resolution to investigate recent campaign *con- j tributions and expenditures, de clared that President Taft’s re-! nomination had been procured ' unjustly and illegally. | Daniel H. Staley, a member of , the state railroad commission, is. contemplating a trip to Vienna, Austria, to undergo an operation 1 for nervousness. He is suffering with acute and spasmodic con traction of the muscles of the face. Mr. Staley is a brother of | John and Roy Staley of the Chey enne County State Bank. Kit Carson anti-saloon league will hold a temperance rally, in ] the park at Kit Carson, July 21st and basket dinner. Let everyone | come out, hear the speakers and have a good time. There will be several good speakers from dif ferent parts of the state. Be sure and come, hear what they have, to say, bring your dinner and have a good time. The speakers will go to Cheyenne Wells and hold a meeting and organize an antisaloon league in the evening. Let everybody come out and hear the truth as they present it. Strayed or Stolen Solid sorrel horse weight about 900 pounds, branded diamond bar J. Last seen at Arena going west, on June 22nd. Liberal re ward for information. Harry Fleming, Cheyenne Wells, Colo. UNION PACIFICJIME GIRD No. 101 Westbound Il:i8 a m “103 “ 1:27 a m “109 “ 0:23 a m “ 102 Eastbound 5:50 p m “104 “ 12:33 a m “110 “ 4:20 p m : The Old Reliable j : Auctioneer : 4 * * An auctioneer with years of experience and a long + list of satisfied customers. If you want to get the best * 4 results from you/ sale you had better make your dates 4 * with me. I hare satisfied others, and can satisfy you. * * Sales cried anywhere at any time when not conflicting J + with other sales engagements. + * "" * X IPtlone 156-17 ♦ ♦ Enos Plessinger Colorado J 4444444444444444444444444444* A AA A AAAA AAAAAAAA A AAA A AA A AAA WWWWWWWW WWWWWWWW www | Perfect Fitting Corset j : | (A perfect Corset makes an or- t dinary dress smart looking, and a t J ~ smart dress simply perfect The 2 “WARNER” is of that kind. It f is a Rust Proof Cornet, made for X Itall and medium figures. It is ♦ well boned, medium bust with l/Utffijxwm, ♦ long hips and back, front and side \\ f supporters, All sizes. Prices Yl 4 j; from 65c to $1.75. - lp 2 RUGS! RUGS! Pjf ] iCome in and select your new J Rugs. We have a good supply J on display. We would also call your attention to our x Inew samples of Carpets, Mattings and Linoleums. « We have a complete line of samples. ; : : : : 2 | Trumbor & Counts jj ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦lM***********^******************* 111 ****** Percheron Stallion & jack COCO No. 9478 is a Registered, pure bred License No. 1309. The Jack is dark iron gray in color, with black points. He is also a first-class breeder. # State License No. 1308. The Stallion and Jack will make the season of 1912 as follows: Sunday Monday and Tuesday at my place six and one-half miles north of Cheyenne Wells; Wednesday and Thursday at Arapahoe at Bailey’s barn; Friday and Saturday in Cheyenne Wells, in northeast part of town. TERMS:—Coco, $l2 to insure mare with foal; $l4 to insure colt to stand and suck; Jack $lO to insure mare with foal; $l2 to insure colt to stand and suck. Parties disposing of or removing mare from the county will consider service fee due and payable at once. All possi ble care will be taken to prevent accidents, but should any occur I will not be responsible. The mare and colt shall stand good for service fee. Your patronage is solicited. ENOS PLESSINGER Phone No. 166-17