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Cheyenne Wells, Colo. - uru - u -_ l - urur _ n . n .- u - L -_,- L ,nru-^ r . r -ifr-,.,- C. T. BOQERT, Owner end Publisher Published every Thursday in Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne county Colorado, and, at the postoffice as second class mall matter. April 8,1912 tinder the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription One Dollar per Year ADVERTISING BATES Display advertising 10c per inch each insertion: locals flc per line each Insertion VOTE FOR J.M. STALEY Of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, for District Representative com prising the counties of Cheyenne, Lincoln and Kit Carson. A WORD TO THE VOTERS. I feel that the voters in the above counties wish to know that the man they support has had the opportunity to acquire the ability that would do justice to the office, and know what every man’s interests are, so far as the correct representation of the district is concerned. I was raised on a farm and for the past five years have been in the Banking Business in Chey enne Wells and have had every opportunity to become familiar with the needs of all the people of this district. I have favored the Home steader, the Stock Grower, the Business man and have worked for the advancement and up building of the County in which I live. I have studied the inter ests of this entire district and feel that I am competent to re present the people in an efficient manner, and bring lasting results to our district. Democrats. Vote your ticket to your advantage, xxx J. M. STALEY. The following i* a letter from the State Sup’t to the (Jo , Sup’t and will lie oi interest to all applicants at the August Examination; The same has been carefully carried out in the grad ing of said problems. Kniniu M. Johnstone, Co., Sup’t of Schools. August 24, 1014. My Dear Superintendent: *1 have discovered with regret, that there are two printer’s errors contain ed in the arithmetic questions appear ing in the August Examination, and in the desire to be perfectly fair to all applicants, I am advising that all Co. Superintenbents give full credit on questions seven and nine, to such ap plicants as have worked the problo ms in a rational and full manner, even though the exact answer lias not been given. The printer's blunders referred to are as follows:—What reads should read “faces” in number seven, and in number nine instead of reading ‘•*A, B &(”* it should read “A.& 11”, . I regret extremely that these errors should have oecured, as I believe that the examination is fair. I‘lease assure any who may confer with you about the arithmetic* ques tions, that tliey have all been taken from an eighth grade arithmetic and ore such as eighth grade children in various parts of Colorado have solved successfully. Also please note that there are. twelve questions given, and only ten tab.) solved, thereby alTord ing a choice that makes it the appli cant's own fault if the more dillicult problems have been selected for solu tion. Trusting that your candidates for certificates may prove successful and with all good wishes for you person ally and officially, I am Very sincerely. Mary C. C. Bradford, State Sup’t of lhiblic Insjbru£tiajv In poJiti.es Jt is generally conce ded hy all fair minded men that a party should reward its work ers, according to. services ren dered, a man who has worked vyith the party in some capacity for a number of years and given a good account of himself is ad mittedly more deserving than one who never worked with the party in any capacity, and for that reason can have no legiti mate claim on it. When it co nes to nominating for office, a man may be ever so able and ever s.o good a party man-but let him prove it—most people like to be shown in these matters. This paper has possibly incur red the enmity of a certain indi vidual, by strictly adhering to the merit system in politics, and . while we are sorry to know that there should be any feeling in the matter, we are firm in the stand we have taken. Let the aspirant for office prove himself in the community and by faithful yvork for his party earn a place on the ticket. This will explain a s former ar ticle recommending E. J. SNY DAL as the logical man for the nomination of Clerk and Recor- 1 der, and we believe the RECORD has taken the right stand. Announcements Under tills heading candidate's an nouncements will be published until tiie primary election in September at the Hat’rate of $5.00, payable strictly In udvunce Notice must not exceed ten lines at tills rate. Extra lines must be paid for ut the llut > ate of 50 cents u line for the full time. For United State* Represen . tative. I hereby announce to the Democratic voters of the Second Congressional District that I shal l be a candidate for the nominntioh for Congress on the Democratic ticket subject to the result of the forthcoming primary. Harry H. Seluomrioge. Auditor of State. I hereby unnounce myself as a can didate for the office of State Auditor, subject to the decision of the Demo cratic voters at the coming primary election. Chas. 11. Leckenuy. For Commissioner We are authorized to announce the nuine of of John K. Marolf us a candi date for the office of County Commis sioner on the Democratic ticket, from the Second District, subject to the de cision of the Democratic voters at the the coming Primary election. We are authorized to announce the name of Geo. W. Atkinson us u can didate for County Commissioner from the 2nd district, subject to the action of the voters ut the Democratic pri mary. Sept Bth. 1 hereby announce myself us a can didate for County Commissioner from the 2nd commissionersrs district, sub ject to the will of trio Kepublicun vo ters ut the primary election. Wai.teu Kamsey. County Superintendent. I wish to unnounce my candidacy for the office of County Superintendent of Schools oj Cheyenne county, subject to the decision of the Kepublicun par ty at the September primary; Jas. H Curtis, Kirstvicw. We are authorized to announce Miss CHARLOTTE M. Amkunathy, of Arapa hoe, Colo., as a candidate for the of fice of Superintendent of Schools, sub ject to the decision of the voters of the Democratic party at the September i ’rimary. Esther H. Weir will he a candidate for the office Superintendent of schools of Cheyenne county subject to the Civ eision of die voters at the Pemooratic Primaries, Sept. Bth. We are authorised to announce the name af Miss. Florence Cudgel as a candidate for County Supeaintendent on the Kepublicun ticket subject to the voters at the coining Primaries. County Sheriff I hereby announce myself for re nomination to the office [ now hold, that of Sheriff, subject to the decision of trie Democratic Assembly and the will of tiie voters at the coming Pri mary election. W. F. Wiujams. County Treasurer i hereby announce myself as a can did ate for re-election to tiie office of j County Treasurer,, subject to the np ! provul of the Kepublicun Assembly mid the voters, at the coming primary election, Frank J. Quinn. j I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the oflice of County Treas urer on tiie Democratic ticket subject to the will of the people at the coining primary election Sept. 8. 11)14, John h;. Williams. Wo are authorized to announce the' name of J. A. McCrumb as. a candi- • date for the office of Couu,ty Treasurer on ttie Democratic ticket, subject to. the decision of the voters at the com- ; ing Primary election. ' TIIE CHEYENNE RECORD. Clerk and Recorder 1 hereby announce myself us a can didate fdr the office of County Clerk and lteetM'd'r, subject to the approval Of Hit) Republican, Assembly and the Will of the people ut the cumin# primary election. Ghas. 0. Turner. I hereby announce myself as a can ' didute for Clerk and Uecorder of Chey enne county on the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the delegates in the county assembly and the voters in the primary election. ’J'hos. K. Hickman. I hereby announce myself as u can didate for the office of County Clerk and Recorder, on tlie Democratic tick et, subject to the will of the people at the cumin# primary election Sept 8, li>l4, K. .1. SNYDAL. We are authorized to unnouncc the name of C, O. Sears ns a candidate for the office of County Clerk and Re corder, subject to the will of the Re publican voters at the coinsn# Primary election Sept. 8, 11)14. County Accessor I hereby announce myself as a can didate for tlie office of County Asses or subject to theapprovalof the Demo cratic County Assembly and the voters ut the Primary election Sept 8. 11114. .1 11, Nelson 1 hereby announce myself us a can uidate for the office of Assessor sub ject to the action of tlie Republican voters at the Primaries Sept 8, 11(14, G. ii. Norman. We are authorized to announce the the name ofT. W. Maynard us a can didate for Assessor on tlie Democratic ticket subject to the voters at the com in# Primaries Sept 8, 11)14. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for Representative from this district on the Democratic ticket sub ject to the will of the people ut prima ry election Sept. 8, 1914." J. M. STALEY. A Business man for a Business Administration. BARNETTE T. NAPIER, OF GLKNWOOD SPRINGS, COLO TJandidute for the Democratic nom ination for GOVERNOR Democratic Candidate For LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR LOUIS VOGT, OF BURLINGTON, COLORADO. When you Buy Lumber ,;c» You want to be sure that you. ff ** p Building is properly planned. iWjjk * C ' S A| I I Will be glad to go over your £jvmCX, l Plans w,th you and help you I L figure on the cost of material 1 carry a siock of ai> kinds ° f apPH Doors, Building Paperj Cement, Lime. Plaster,» 1 Shingles, Lath, and in. ! fact everything you may need for any kind of a building. You should have a Fairbanks-Morse engine to attach to your well. Chas. Eichenberger >" r ——a———!—l—raHLvtcaaMe—— Undertaking and Embalming I carry a complete line of Undertaking goods and B Funeral Supplies. A licensed embalmer 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. - - ■■ p . . . • ]. N. Hollenbaugti Cheyenne Wells VOTE FOR JOHN M. NEWELL GIRARD, LINCOLN COUNTY, COLO. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE. For District Representative Lincoln. Kit Carson and Ch yenne Counties Having been designated by the District Assembly as a candidate for Representative in the Twentieth Qeneral assembly of the Dis trict comprising Lincoln, Kit Carson and Cheyenne counties, I de sire to put myself before the people in a brief statement of my aims and objects and the principles for which I stand. If elected, I assure you that I will represent you to the best inter ests of the district in every way possible. I will espociallv devote my. energies to the advancement of the agricultural resources of the eastern portion of the state of Colorado. Having been engaged in this line tor a number of years, I feel that I well know the needs of the farmer, and to this end will work with untiring persistence for the advancement of the same, having in mind, however, the other interests of the district, so that all may be represented in the assem bly in a manner at all times wortny of the present and future of thejgreat region in'whieh 1 make my home. I feel that in the election of a man of the people lies the future of this district. Should I fail to receive the nomination, I will, as I said at the as sembly work with untiring zeal for the election of the gentleman who is now opposing me for the Democratic nomination. lam con strained to believe that the people of this district want a represen tative who can best carry out their wishes and work for the up building of the resources of Eastern Colorado. Hence, I respect fully ask the support of every thinking citizen, and again promise that your cause shall be my cause and I will do my level best to represent you in every way possible to make Eastern Colorado a good place to live. Respectfully, JOHN M. NEWELL.