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BUYING CREAM ' ' " -f « - We are Buying Cream for the . - ► COLORADO SPRINGS CRHAMERY CO. « ► 4 Bring your Cream in. We test 1. EVERY DAY except Sunday. j TRUMBOR & COUNTS. 4- 4 4 * 4 4 4 4-4—4 ♦ -4 4 4—4—4 " " -"=1 Forkers Drug Store Geo. Forker, Prop IC II EVEN N K W E ELS, COLORADO II lE handle a complete line of drugs and medi ’ ™ cincs, also Stationery and Toilet articles that 5 are up to the standard I Prescriptions a Specialty I 4 . LWE also handle a complete line ol i School supplies such as pencils, pc s, j tablets, rulers, also a fine line of Jewe ry. j ZT ' J j PUBLIC ACICTIO/NEER | W. F.WVANT IF YOl HAVE A SALK TO CRY AND WYANT IS BUSY. PUT IT OFF UN TIL YOU CAN GET HOI. HE WILE UET RESULTS FOR YOU AND YOU WANT TO ENCAGE RIM AHEAD OR lIE WILL RE BUSY. ADDRESS, Arapahoe Phone ue-s Colorado Modern Convenience Tlio Cheyenne County Telephone Coiapmy will put you in a Business Telephone for §2.50 a month; a .Residence Telephone for §1.50 h month : a desk set 50c jier month extra; extension liell, business, 50c per month ; extension bell, residence 25c per month. We have a No. 10 metallic toll line to First View, Kit Parson, Wild Horse and Aroyn. Call Main 1 for any thing’ you want. Prompt nml ellicient service at all times. ]| || Cheyenne County Telephone Company j ‘ I THE CHEYENNE RECORD. j Legal Notices j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of Ihe Interior U. S. Land Office Lamar, Colo., November 22. 1913. "V©tlce is hereby Riven that Martin R. McCaskey ii of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, who on August 37 1907 made Homestead yitry No 8533 serial No. 03478 for the sw 1 1 section 10 and on June 7, 7 909 made additional Homestead entry No. 05597 for nw }i sec*.ion 10 township 16 s range 44 w. sixth principal mcridan, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above dweribed, before the Judge of the Coun ty Court at Cheyenne Well* Colorado, on the 6th day or January, 1914, Claimant names as witnesses Peter Eiby, James Me Elroy, Frank Me Elroy, ah of Cheyenne Wells, Colo. J* W. Moerke, of Sheridan Lake. Colorado, nov 27-dec 25 Eugene M, Whitaker, Register. j NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. I Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Hugo, Colo., Nov at 1913. I "Votice is hereby given that George W Thomp lv son, of Beaverton, Colo-. who on March 21. • 1910, made Homestead entry serial No. 010516,f0r 1 the south half (s **) of section 2 township 12 s I range 46 w sixth principal meridian, has filed notice ; of intention to make final three year proof, to-estab lish claim to the land above described, before the | Judge of tha.County Court. Cheyenne Co., at Chey -1 enne We'ls, Colo., on the sth day of January 1914. ! Claimant names as witnessed Henry Bunch. John Higgon. Louis Beck, James Clark, alhof Beaverton. Colorado, nov 26 dec 25 P, O Hedlund Register | NOTICE FOR PU BLI CATION*. Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office a Hugo, Colo.. November 21 1913. N otice is hereby given that Hans F. Schuelke. of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, who on December 21st 1908 made Homestead entry serial No. 01402 for the ne’i section 34 township 13 s range 44 w. sixth principal meridian has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before the Judge of the County Court Cheyenne County Colorado, at Chey enne Wells, Colorado, on the sth day ol January , 1914. i Claimant names as witnesses: » Thomas S. Johnstone. W. F Williams. J. A. Jenkins Enos Plessinger all of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, nov 27 dec S 5 P. O. Hedlund. Register, | NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. , Department of the interior. U. S. Land OT.ce at j Lamar. Colo.. Nov. 14,19i3 N otice is hereby given that Wrfliam H Potts of | Arapahoe. Colorado, who on September 25. ! 1907. made homestead entry No 8710 serial No. 03622 tor the r.e Ucf section 28 and on June 4, 1909 made additional homestead entry No. 05578 for the se ! of section 28 township J6s range 42w sixth principal meridian has hied notice of inten tion to make five year proof cn original entry and three year proof on additional entry to establish claim to the lard above desrciibed. before thS i Judge of fhe County Court Cheyenne .Wells. Colo.. | on December 31, 1913. [ Claimant names as witnesses: i B. D. Piatt. Anthony Fariday. Florence M. Darling. C. T. D fos:. all of Arapahoe * dorado, nov 20 dec 25 £t Eugene M- Whitaker, Register. Summons. COLORADO, • j n Dist r j c t Court County cf • heyenne. ) The Howe Heide. Investment Company a Cor poration. Plaintiff ! VS Asa G. Briggs as Trustee of the Western Wheat Lands and 1 imber ( *o.. Ltd. and all other persons ciaim ng any right, title or interest in or to the lands hereir.afer alltged. from, by and through or under : the said Asa G. Briggs as such Tiustee. Defendant. The People of the State of Colorado: To the defendant Asa G. Briggs, and all other de- j fendar.ts not named the Defendants above named : GREETING You are herety appear in an action , brought against you by the ao?Ve named plaintiff in ! the District Court of l heyenne county. State of ; Colorado, and answer the complaint therein with in j twenty days after th i s jrvica hereof if ser/ ed with- I in this rounty; or it served out of this counts, or by I publication, within thirty days after the service hero j of exclusive of the day of service: or judgment by I default will be taken a jainst you according to the prayer of compinii-t And if a copy of the com- ; plaint in the above entitled action be not serv-d with i this summons, or if the service hereof be made out I cf this stilt--, then ten cays additional to the time hereinbefore specified for appearance and answer j will be allowed before the taking of judgment by i default as aforesaid. The said action is brought to annul and cancel a I certain written executory contrac' of purchase ar.d j sale ol following described lands, to-wit. the south- . east quarter (*.|) of section five (5) the north half (’«) ! of section thirteen 113) south of range fifty 150) west of the sixth principal meridan; also south one half (Vs) of section nine (9) township fourteen (14) south i of range forty-nine (49 west ol the sixth principal , meridan: and all of section twenty three (23) town ship fifteen (15) nouth of range forty-nine (49) west ! of the sixth principal meridan. Which contract was • mace and entered into by and betwein said plain- j tiff and the said Asa G. Briggs as such Trustee, on ? the 21st day of September 1911. and wlv?ch annul- I ment and cancelation is sought by reason of the de- | fault of the said Asa G. Briggs in failing to pay Ihe * fiurchass rce of said lanclslas in said contract stipu- 1 ated and agreed or at all. as will more fully appear from the complaint in said action to which reference is here made: and which is now filed in the office 1 of ihe clerk of said court. And you are hereby ; notified that if you fail to appear, and answer the said complaint asaboYe required, the said plaint iff will apply to the court for the relief prayed for! in said complaint. Given under my hand and tne seal of said court at Cheyenne Wells, in said county, this 7th day of ! November. A. D. 1913. Ils] Chas. C. Turner. Clerk District Court. Cheyenne county. Colorado. j Nov 20 dec I 8 5t Financial Statement of the City of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, from June 11112 to October .11, lill.l. Warrants paid during Nov 288 Geo Hollingshead work and supplies 10 00 285 S T Boyd work on well 200 287 Chey Wells Con’st Co oil and gasolene 16 65 284 J A Trimble labor, well--200 286 Fairbanks Morse & Co Repairs - 9 80 291 A O Hedlund labor, tank 2 50 290 Trumbor & Counts pasolene and oil 30 75 296 Valore hdw Co hdw 11 50 293 Cahill & Wells gasolene 27 55 297 E J Suydall clerk sal--.12 90 291 1 A McCrumb hauling--4 60 Li- ’ R C Grubb work on well 4 50 - R Marshall oct salary 61 20 300 C O Booth vital statis.--l 25 299 S T Boyd work on well -UK) 301 W F Willifims repairs.- -3 10 302 Chey. Repub. proceed - 225 Total 203 55 Receipts for the month 266 69 Disbursements -203 55 Balance on hand 1— 9814 Month of December 1912 __ Balance bro’t fo*ward 93 14 Deposited by clerk during the month - - --- 76 05 Total ' 16919 Warrants paid during month 252 Wm Ludwig labor on pipe line..- 1 00 303 S R Marshall nov sal—oo 00 304 Trumbor & Counts oil ard gasoline 27 75 305 .7 A Ttimhie labor, well 400 306 R C Grubb labor, well -.2 00 307 S T Boyd labor, we'l - - 500 308 E J Snydal clerk salary 12 00 309 E J Snydal express—--\375 310 Chsy co Tel co phone rents - -..1200 311 Chey Repub proceed-—4^so Total 132 25 Receipts for the month 199 19 Disbursement —132 25 j Balance on hand 36 94j Month of January ■ Balance bro’t forward $J(> 04 Deposited by the clerk during* the : month of January 21(>. JO * *253.:;.; Warrants paid during .Tnnurary 28!) TI. Horton Const aide at fair..s 00 318 J. A. Trimble Lhlmm* on we 11..? 00 .*122 Tmrnbop «& Counts Gasoline. 27 0) 321 Valore Hdw. Co. Hdw etc.... 10 10 314 J N Hollenbaugh repairs oil 15 30 315 K. .T. Snydal Clerk 10 00 317 S. T. Lloyd Labor on we 11... .7 CKJ 310 A. 1). Schultz. Coal I(> 70 312 <'ahill Wells Gasoline... .27 00 j 320 W. F. Williams Lalx>r on w«>ll8 5) j 31k S. Marshall Salary (SO 00 j 313 Carl O Booth lrealh otticv... .25 0J ! Total .Vi Receipts for the month $253 US Dishursements *2lO 35 Balance on hand 33 OS Month t»f February 1013 Balance bro’t forward 933 08 Deposited by clerk 22 00 Total 23 Mo Warrants paid during Feb’y Month of March 1013 Balance bro,t forward 127 23 deposited l»y Clerk during Mar 1041 05 ! Total 1,108 2*' Warrants paid during Match 311 J Cal lagan labor on well I 00 ;H4"Cheyenne Wells Con’st co repair well eld 22 70 interest on above warrant.... 05 j 338 Fairbanks Morse Cc Co | repair on pump 31 23 J 343 Valore Hdw Co hdw etc 2 80 ; 310 K J Snydal salary 12 00 ,331 Cahill & Wells 140 gal gas..2B 55 1 | 330 Geo Forker wood alcohol ) 35 j 328 CA M arshall labor on well.. .5 20 ( 1332 K J Snydal for water ledger is- I j sued in place of warrant 207 which was lost U 30 1320 S T Boyd work on well 4 00 I 331 Valore Hdw co hdw etc 17 .‘lO 323 Cheyenne State Bank int on ! | bonds 307 20 335 W K Vore lease on pipe line..] 00 J 324 S R Marshall Jan salary... .00 00 220 K.l Snydal 1 collecting rent.. 11 00. 327 A. I>. Schultz Co, coal bill.. .13 70 I i 320 v*hey Kepuli pub pro 180 j interest on above warrant 4211 j 345 Geo Hollingshead labor on ! | mains 7 80 I 330 J M Staley penalty on bonds. 1 80 | , 147 S R Marshall Feb salary 00 00 j 340 Trumbor Counts gasoline.. .20 35 j ! Total 001 45 | I Bcccipts for the month 1108 28 . I iisbut s.'iuents 001 45 Balance on hand iTt^l 'Month of April 11)13 ] Balance l)i ; o,t forward 470 S 3 I Deposited l>jr Clerk 1,13" 30 Warrants paid during month | 337 S T Ito yd labor on well 2 00 | H .1 Snydal collecting 12 "4 350 W K (Jain printing 13 75 331 W Thomas Keg coard jmlge 10 00 333 S N Sowers janitor 2 30 338 C (> K*oth Health oßlce 23 00 342 C O Booth vital statistics 73 3+l Chey Tel phone for Marshall !) 00 330 I-i W Well warrant and inter est Hugo 1,100 00 310 Ueo Hollingshead elect judge 10 00 34S Cahill & Wells 133 gal gas ..27 00 3t>4 S K Marshall mar salary.. .00 00 303 (• W Smith labor on we 11... .5 30 302 S A Trimble labor on we 11... .5 30 301 Out-West printing eoelec sup 0 30 332 Bill Stephenson reg hoard... 10 00 352 A D Schultz & Co coal etc !> 2o 353 1 olla Terrill election clerk.. .2 50 334 T Maynard election clerk 2 50 305 Pittsburg meter co ha! on meters .53 70 "Total 1,430 20 Receipts for the month 1,014 30 Disbursements 1.430J20 Balance on hand. 184 07 CHURCH NOTES Special Christ masthemes will 'be discussed next Sunday, both nlorning and evening, i Sunday 11 A. M, Snbj., Tte Growth of the Ch.istmas spirit | Text:—The earth shall l>e full of the knowledge of the I/>rd, as . the water covers the sea. | The members who have re- ' 1 cently taken their Church trap**,, fer are Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilson. They united with the First Church at Colorado Springs Jan., the 15 and 16 we are to have a temperance Rally. Mr - . Hungerford the president of the Colorado W. C. T. U., will be j with us. Let the Church he up I and alive on this important issue. There is but one power in the land that is stronger tha i the saloon, and that is the Church. If the saloon is to be overthrown the Church must overthrow it, | We invite and politely urge your attendance at Church, Sun day. The Star of Bethlehem shines for vou. Rev. D. M. Scott. SOUTH SMOKY I Riy Hitcher is helping at the 1 Groff ranch near town, since the storm. Miss Chip mi funl her cat tle in Cheyenne Wells in charge of Sheriff Williams. Herman Dalplain moved his cattle in town last week. He has thirty fine heal of good horses and mules at his ranch. Owing to the storm tha Liter ary socit.v ti 1 not meet. A prc gram is being arranged for Wedne dajr aftern )on December. 24 th. Mr. Lange only lost twenty head of sheep at his home ranch during the recent storm, The heavy loss was at the West camp. Evans Mis>n fell upin the ice last Saturday striking a milk bucket, which he was carrying inflicting a j ai n'ul wound above the left eye. B. G. Mprrill returned to his ranch on big Ti nber last Satur day. He will return north in a short time taking a car load of stock with him. The patrons of the Rural route ; i egret to see Mr Webster leave this place as his service the past one year and a half had been prompt and efficient. We'wish him success in his new field of labor at KirksviUe, Mo. The mail is being carried by Substi tute, Mr. Sehuelke until Jan Ist. FIRST VIEW NEWS. Anton Pauls visited the county seat Tuesday. Ora Palmer visited in Cheyenn Wells on Sunday. Fred Kertz returned from Limon Colo; last week. There will be Catholic service Sunday Deie nb> r 21st. Guy Robinson visite 1 the c 0..- nty seat Monday. Mrs. W. S. Hill entertained the aid society Wednsday. i Mrs Frank Dobry and son Glenn were business visitors ' Tuesday. | Mrs. W. J. Keeling and son, spent Sunday at the homesteaJ with Mr. Keeling. Thare will be a dance at the school house December 2tiih music by the Kit Carson Orches tra, The 10:39 A. M. train does not stop here now. So if you wish to go west you must eaten the early train. The ribbon social was post poned on account of the storm and will be given some time after Christmas. Anna Gerke, Mrs. Melton Mrs. Frank and Fred Kurtz spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Thos Dwyer. There will be a tree and pro gram at the school house on the evening of December 24 th everybody come. The Altar Scecity met with Mrs. Thomas Dwyer-last Satur day Mrs R. E. Frank wiii have the next meeting January 3rd.