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or Building Material of any kind, come in and' look over our stock and let us quote you prices. Our stock is complete and will give entire satisfaction. Bare yon seen our Mew Stock of Screens? we have them on exhibition and fur sale. Also handle some of the best grade of Coal. GOOD SERVICE! GOOD STOCK! RIGHT PRICES! A. D. Schultz Lumber Co. Phon®3o Announcement of Candidates Announcements under this heading will be $5, and must be paid for at the time the announce ment is made. Our columns are open to candi dates of all parties and none will be barred. "For SReriil We are authorized to announce Frank Williams as a candidate for Sheriff of Cheyenne county, subject to the will of the dem ocratic voters in the primary election to be held September 10, 1012. "For Treasurer We are authorized to announce W. E. Redmon cs a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the will of the democratic voters in the primary election to be lield September 10, 1012. "For G\er\r arvd Recorder We are authorized to announce Ed Hanson as a cardidate for County Clerk and Recorder, subject to the will of the democratic voters in the primary elec tion to be held September 10, 1012 We are authorized to announce Henry C. Nelson as a candidate for Clerk and Recorder of Cheyenne county, subject to the will the republican voters in the primary election to be held September 10, 1012. Ror Assessor We are authorized to announce Thomas E. Howard as a candidate for Assessor of Chey enne county, subject to the will of the republican voters in the primary elec tion to be held September 10, 1912. We are authorized to announce Harry B. Coons as a candidate for Assessor of Chey enne county, subject to the will of the democratic voters in the primary elec tion to be held September 10, 1912. Ror Commissioner We are authorized to announce Pat Stapleton ns a candidate for County Commis sioner District No. 1, Cheyennecounty, subject to the will of the democratic voters in the primary election to be held September 10, 1912. We are authorized to announce Joseph S. Baber as a candidate for Commissioner of District No. 3, of Cheyenne county, subject to the will of the democratic voters in the primary election to Be held September 10, 1912. Undertaking and Embalming I carry a complete line of Undertaking goods and Funeral Supplies. A licensed cmbalmer and all of the most modern equipment for taking care of and directing funerals, see to the securing of pall bearers, preparing grave, furnishing steel vault if desired. Phone 20. J. N. Hollenbaugh, Cheyenne Wells Wilson a Great Statesman. In the selection of Woodrow,. Wilson, the democratic party se cures a candidate who for twenty years has devoted himself to a study of the science of govern ment. Not only is he the most highly versed man in the theory of gov ernment in the nation today, but we recognize no superior in the practical administration of it As the campaign progresses, the ac complishments of Governor Wil son in the State of New Jersey will become widely known, and the country will then realize that not only in character and attain ments, but in ability and force, the democracy has nominated the greatest statesman of the hour as its candidate for president. Of his election, there should be no doubt.—National Monthly. Rural Carrier Examination. The United States Civil Service Commission announces an exam ination at Cheyenne Wells, for Cheyenne county, Saturday, Au gust 31, 1912, as a result of which it is expected to make cer tification to fill a vacancy in the position of rural carrier at Arena Colo., and other vacancies as they may occur on rural routes at post offices in the above named county. The usual entrance sal ary for rural carriers is from S6OO to SIOOO per annum. Age limit from 18 to 55. An applicant must have his ac tual domicile in the territory sup plied by a post office in the county for which the examination is an nounced. The examination is open to all male citizens of the United States who can comply with the requirements. Appli cation Form 1341, and full in formation can be secured from the secretary of the local exam ining board or the postmaster at any of the places named above, or from the U. S. Civil Service Commission, Washington, D. C. To London by Airship. Oat Urns Into their hear? padded Jaeh ata they atappad out, and leaning orar the rail, looked downward, it waa about aeraa o’clock, and the air waa aa clear aa crystal. So far below that It looked Ilka a half-tone picture spread oa oa aa open page was a city, vast la Its extant, with Its great build ings and spires showing above the average level and the river threading through. : Like the vapor, of the breath oa a frosty day, smoke was beginning to rise la lasy exhalations. And the eye could follow the frail thread of the river out through the misty distance to the waters of the sea. “London," said the professor. “Well give them a little entertainment, and they can’t accuse us of lack of appre ciation of the city, because we Just took a look and went away. Well stay quiet awhile, and give them something to talk about”—Top-Notch Magadan. Plucking Asparagus. They .were very roans and very hap py and Tory foollah and rery newly wed. And they kept a kitchen garden. “Angelina, darling,” aald the youth* ful huaband, "as I waa paaalng through the garden I aaw some as paragus ready for cooking. Perhaps you'd like to go and gather the first fruit of the season yourself?" She would lore to, but she wasn't expert In horticulture and didn’t want to "let on." If she went alone she might commit some egregious blun* I der. "I tell you what, Edwin,” exclaimed the girl wife enthusiastically, "we’ll go out together. You shall pluck It and I will hold the ladder” I Women and Domestic Duties. | We do not fall to appreciate the Im portance of women’s domestic duties, ; but we see that In the modern condi tions of life which drive *,500,000 women Into the struggle for a living outside the home It Is absolutely nec essary to go beyond the bounds of do mestic duty. We regret, therefore, most deeply that our efforts to fit modern conditions of life have by this Imperial criticism been brought Into discredit among the unthinking and unreasonable. — Reply of German Women’s League to Emperor William, j Sundial for Oregon Trail. Marking the spot «hm the old Ore gon trail entered the state of Nebras ka the son dial erected by the Daugh ters of the American Revolution was ' unveiled with appropriate ceremonies j reesotly. says the Omaha Bee. A num-' her of distinguished visitors were pres ent. Including the officers of the Iowa Chapter of the order and of the Ne braska chapter as well as Secretary Payne of the Nebraska State Histori cal society and many men of promin ence In Omaha civic affairs. Bathing Brahmins. Constant bathing Is aU tbs time a MS past o t tbs religion of the Brah min. One bath a day, at least, is ab solutely Indispensable and compul sory, and those who want to prore how bully good they are do It two or three times a day. Remember, we white folk got our way of dally bath ing from India. It was brought back to England by the old nabobs who had contracted the strange, unoom forable bath from years In India. This was shani *** American "Outs." 1 We think It k both fair and desir able that some American novelists should now speak some plain troths to an American audience about the Englishman's love of orderly proced- • jure which makee a London crowd eo easy to handle and an English village a delight to the American eye that Is accustomed to find tin cans, ash heaps and broken-down fences too often In .plain View of the passerby on a pub lic street It It were not a pretty hot summer and there were not already twice ae many societies for social re form existing In this country as we .really have any practical need tor, we should suggest the creation of a new international organisation to be en titled In American fashion, "a P. C. |B. L. O. A. E. O. T. D." (that la to say. the Society for Promoting a Combina tion of British Love of Order with American Enthusiasm for Getting Things Done), and should nominate Mrs. de la Pasture to be Its first presi dent/—The Outlook. , Lurton and Moving Pictures. i Justice Lurton of the United SUtoo supreme court comes from Nashville, Tens. One day Just before the ad journment of congress he met on Penn sylvania avenue In Washington Rob ert H. Watkins, a correspondent for southern newspapers. | “Bob,** said the eminent Jurist “I have made a practice for several yean to taka my little granddaughter to all the moving-ploture shows In NashvUl* The other day we started out to see an of them In this town, but there were too many. Let’s go and up the lost right sow.”—Popular u»p- The Old Reliable • Auctioneer : ♦ — — ■ ♦ An auctioneer with yean of experience and a long + list of satisfied customers. If yon want to get the beet * results from your Bale yon had better make your dates * with me. I have satisfied othen, and can satisfy yon. * Sales cried anywhere at any time when not conflicting J with other sales engagements. + ' * Plione 156-17 ♦ Enos Plessinger I ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦ Cheyenne County Fair. # — J — — ■ The Fourth Annual Cheyenne County Fair will beheld in Chey ' enne Wells on September 4, 5, 6 and 7. Purses and premiums to the total of $1,200 are offered, j Competition in exhibits is open to everyone in the county, and a grand display of agricultural products, livestock of all kinds, I poultry, etc., will be exhibited. I No entrance fee will be made on I farm products. There will be racing, ball games and other interesting and exciting events to entertain and instruct the mul ' titudes that are sure to attend. FIRST VIEW NEWS. There was a fine rain in Golden Valley, Monday night. Mm. Blodgett, sister of Mrs. C. S. Woodrow, is visiting the Woodrow family. j The Ladles Aid Society will meet ' with Mrs. Darrell Fuller, Wednesday, ' August 21st. j Del Liscomb and Miss Still of north of town were visitors to the county seat Wednesday. The sad intelligence of the death of Geo. Atkinson’s mother in Denver, has just reached here. The Misses Wcede, sister of Mrs. Russell, left for their home in Sum merfield, Kan., Sunday. Miss Merle Newman, of Lyndon, O., is visiting at the Darrell Fuller ranch. She is Mrs. Fuller’s sister. I Mrs. D. H. Zuck and Anna Gerke went to Cheyenne Wells, Wednesday to take the teacher's examination. I The Ladles Altar Society met with Mrs. Thos. Mansfield, Thursday. A dainty lunch was served and a good time was had. j Charlie Martin and Lee Roush were- . AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA AAA >♦▼▼▼▼▼“ wwww w w w w wwww *•**•••• w wwvvv Perfect Fitting Corset ! A perfect Corset makes an or- $ (Unary dress smart looking, and a X smart dress simply perfect 1 he ♦ I “WARNER” is of that kind. It }* lg£r?~\ * is a Rust Proof Cor-et, made for X tall and medium figures. It is X | well boned, medium bust with K i | long hips and back, front and side SyfNK IavA VS X ► supporters, All sizes. Prices liaPr Jr\ Vi X I from 05c to $1.75. " |L * RUGS! RUGS! P[jf ! I Come in and select your new *lipn’WJ J Rugs. We have a good supply BuAftjop x on display. We would also eall your attention to our X Inew samples of Carpets, Mattings and Linoleums. X We have a complete line of samples. ; : : : X Trumbor & Counts | In the county seat Wednesday as wit nesses for A. C. Ohrmundt, who made final proof on his homestead. Mrs. D. H. Zuck entertained last Saturday evening in honor of the Misses Weede and Newman. The event was a very enjoyable one. Hugh Roberts, Grover Calvert and Clyde Smith delivered a lot of cattle in Cheyenne Wells, Thursday which they had sold to Wm. C. Schultz. ' An auto party from Denver was forced to abandon their machine here and proceed to Kansas City via the Union Pacific, on account of muddy roads. Guy Robinson and Bain Hiatt were in Cheyenne Wells, Monday as wit nesses for Walter L. Bales who made commutation proof on his homestead west of town. Forrest Harr and G. C. Pickering were in Cheyenne Welte, Wednesday. Mr. Harr is moving the household goods of Walter L Bales to the coun ty seat where they will reside. Miss Opal Dawson has as guests from Aroya this week, her aunt aad uncle Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dawson and her sister, Mrs. H. T. Saunders. Mrs. Saunders is making final proof on her homestead. The spelling bee which was an nounced for Thursday night has been postponed to Saturday night August 17th. There will be a short program followed by an old fashioned spelling bee. Everybody welcome. There will be Catholic services at First View school house September 6. There should have been services Aug. 9th, but when Rev. Fenske arrived he discovered that the wine flask had been broken in his satchel and hia vestments were ruined. Quite a large crowd gathered Sun day afternoon at the Bales and Harr homesteads to watch a practice game of base ball by the boys of this vicin ity. The practice developed some good base ball material and a chal lenge will be forth-coming shortly.