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Cheyenne Record
Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
C. T. lioe.KltT, Owner and Publisher
every Thursday in Cheyenne Wells,
Cheyenoe county Colorado, and entered at the
• poetoffice as second class mail matter, April 3,1912
under the Act of March 3. 1879.
Subscription One Dollar per Yeax
Display advertising 10c per inch
each insertion: local* "«• per line each
The Excelsior Literary pro
gram Wednesday morning was
very good and highly appreciated
by all.
Sylvia Reese was absent Mon
day of last week.
Last Friday, the pupils of the
High School were given a holi
day so that the faculty might
have an opportunity to visit the
Lamar High school. They report
fine time and conclude that our
school compares favorably with
that of Lamar.
Lillie Heden visited with home
folk Saturday and Sunday.
We have no file in the Library
the 1915 Silver Spruce Annual,
of Fort Collins. It was gotten
up by the Junior class of three
places and contains some inter
esting material.
The two literary societies will
give a union program on Wednes
day evening November 25th in
honor of Thanksgiving. The
program is as follows:
Song by Chorus.
Music. Orchestra.
Reading of Thanksgiving proc
lamation Willard Thomas.
Solo Mabel DeMunbrun.
Dramalization of Miles Stand
ish. Freshmen.
Song. Boys Quartet.
Recitation. Rhee Pfost.
"Solo. Eli Schuelke.
Recitation. Meriam Nye
Essay. Aaron Schuelke.
Music' Orchestra.
Every one is cordially invited
.to attend.
Mr. Bidvvell is hauling his feed
this week.
Milton Anderson is working for
A. E. Howell.
Lillie Heden spent Saturday
■with home folks.
Chas. Daigger is hauling his
feed from the section.
Fred Snyder has been hauling
his feed the past week.
Miss Clara Heden spent Thurs
day at the Tuxhorn home.
Mr. Thrasher was promenading
after his cows the past week. »
Al. Tuxhorn is building a fine
cement barn on his homestead.
Miss Clara Tuxhorn spent Wed
nesday night with Ophal Owen’s
Mrs. Sam Snyder spent Wed
nesday' with Mrs. Harve Snyder.
Miss Ollie Thrasher spent
Thursday night with Laura He
Guy Anderson, is home at
present, he has been working for
N. A. Peugh.
Sam Snyder and Jim Schaffer
helped Harve Snyder head cane
the past week.
Will Loster and George Gor
man are helping Mr. Tuxhorn
haul his feed.
W. N. Heden went to Chey
enne Wells Thursday for some
lumber to finish his new barn. ■
W. N. Heden has completed
his new barn and invited the
neighbors Friday night, and had
quite a party. All present re
port a good time, and we certain
ly enjoyed the company of the
Cheyenne Wells folks.
Public Sale
I will sell at public auction at
my place, 6 miles north and 7
miles west ot Weskan, ard five
miles east ar.d six miles north of
Arapahoe, the following descri
bed property on
TUESDAY DEC. 1, 1914.
beginning at 10 o’clock a m
1 grey mare, 10 yr old; 1 sorrel
horse, 4 yr old; 1 bay horse, 7 yr
old; 1 brood sow and 5 pigs;
One Spring Wagon, One Top
Buggy, One Canton Riding Lis
ter, One Walking Cultivator One
1 Row Disc weeder, One Disc
Harrow, One Riding Plow, One
Two section Harrow One Walk
ing Plow, One Heavy Double
Harness, nearly new,
Harness About 650 feet of good
Lumber, 165 Bushels of Corn,
100 Bushels of Feterita, 50 Bush
els of White Cane. One 3 burn
er self generating gasoline range
one 2 burner coal oil burner, cup
board. chairs, washing machine,
and other articles too numerous
to mention.
bring Cups.
I will also offer for sale my farm
of 400 acres, good well, fence
and other improvements.
TERMS: $lO and under cash
in hand, all sums over $lO one
years time at 10 per cent interest
purchaser giving note with ap
proved security. 5 per cent dis
count on all sums over $lO.
R. E. ARMSTRONG, owner.
W. F. Wyant Auct.
L. M. Dickson, Clerk.
Mr. Emery Petty was in Arap
ahoe last Monday.
Mrs. VV. H. Ports made a busi
ness trip to Towner last Friday.
Mr. Olmstead visited at the
home of Piley Hillard last Mon
John Owen spent Sunday night
visiting at the home of Mr. E.
Mr. Harry Messick had the
misfortune to lose a good horse
last Friday.
Mrs. B. D. Piatt has been quite
sick for several days but is some
better at this writing.
Mr. Cline of Towner visited
over Sunday in the south Arapa
hoe, neighborhood.
Chester Anderson made a
short visit at the home of H. C.
Bacon near Arapahoe last Satur
Mr. Ben Herschal returned to
his homestead after spending
several months at McCracken
Mr. and Mrs. Swigert; Mr.
and Mrs. Sandburn of Towner,
were visiting at the home of Mrs
R. E. Skinner Sunday.
Dont for-get the pie Social to
be given at prairie rose school
house next Saturday night by
Mrs. Lambert and pupils.
Mrs. E. Darling was in Chey
enne Wells Tuesday making
final proof on her homestead.
Mr. B. D. Piatt and Florence
Darling were her wittnesses.
Several from this neighborhood
have arranged to get apples from
the car shipped in by Mr. Win
Bennett at Towner. This is the
second car load shipped from the
same place, they are certainly
as fine apples as ever was sold
here at 75 and 80 ct. a bushel.
| The school board will meet at
the home of Mr. Sam Adams on
Wednesday. The notice read to
settle your erreiveance, happy
trio of school directors who with
the tax payers and parents of
seven sc' 00l communities can
hold a meeting with only one
dissatisfied patron. They certai
ly are building or. a firm found
J. B. Sullivan reports his rye
crop up nicely.
Mr. Hatcher and sm were do
ing some road work recently,
A daughter was born Nov 3 at
Hays, Kans, to Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs; Bruce Jackson
ai.d children Jined at the Hill
ranch Sunday.
0. E. Hedlund is another of
our farmers who recently put in
a nice field of fall rye.
Mr. Geo. Jennings made trip
to Denver Sunday on County bus
iness returning Monday.
Miss Bernice Plessinger was ill
and unable to attend to her school
duties the first of last week.
Frank Kennedy was out last
week through the neighborhood
soliciting subscriptions for ‘‘com
Mr. and Mrs. Lothian enter
tained the L. W, Wells and Sul
livan family Sunday, with a
Thanksgiving dinner some ten
days earlier than the authorized
day. Mr. Lothian and wife ex
pect to spend Thanksgiving in
C. F. Jackson visited over Sun
day at his son, Well's home, near
Golden Valley. On Monday he
returned via Cheyenne Wells
with a load of corn which he sold
there. Wells was very fortunate
in raising something over seven
hundred bushels of corn this
“Gratitude is the memory of
the heart” and it would be un
kind in us not to acknowledge
the good wishes of those friends
of ours, at Arapahoe and Chey
enne Wells, who took the trouble
to write our name on their bal
lots on election day. We were
not a candidate and these good
friends were aware of this, while
they were sincere in their regard
for me. they wished to publish
their protest against the vacancy
committee, who failed in the per
formance of their sworn duty.
It's too late now to make a scath
ing review of this political blun
der. but we would say that the
lamented Johnny Williams was
too good a man and making such
a splendid and clean race, that
when Providence laid his hand
on him, some one should have
been chosen to take up the stand
ard which he was bravely sup-;
porting anti carry it onto victory, !
or if must be go down to honor
able defeat. As it is we may
say the stigma rests with certain
ones of that committee who
stoutly stood out for "nothing
doing.” Quinn is a good man
and makes a good Treasurer; so
was Johnny Wjlliams a good men
and none better, and when he
fell in the ranks, bravely fighting,
some brave defender of the Dem
ocratic faith should have been
commissioned to gather up his
sword and shield, and fight it
out to a finish. Thanks to those
who thought to honor me. *
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Winter is Coming:
And you will be ready to
meet it if you have your
Mm||n V bvildings in good condition.
up your ns now
with that Routt county lump
None better on the market.
JKoMrePnS G et y° ur Build
*r,£s isl order.
See my stock of Lumber, Windows,
Doors, Corrugated Iron, Rubberoid
Roofing.and all kinds of Building
Papers. Yours for business,
,h> " * 17 Chas. Eichenbergfer
Baaßgalß ‘akifc l■■lFJllU■ Urn, « IM, n« ibW ■' ''VratJEgy
and Embalming
I carry a complete line of Undertaking goods and
Funeral Supplies. A licensed embalmcr 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
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Dry Goods, Groceries, and*
General Merchandise.
1 also handle a complete line of boys,
suits and Knickerbockers. Give me •
a trial.
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I will pay you the highest market
price for butter, eggs and cream.
L. C. WILSON, Prop.
Do R. PURDY, Manager.
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I overland Garage Co
I .Sears and Hoi.i.enbaugh, Props
| , are Well P re P arecl to handle
I passengers for any point you
may wish to go, and guarantee the
best of service. Rates reasonable.
—- ’PHONE No. 39 - '
WE have a new. complete line of
supplies and accessories, and
we can fit you out in anything
that you may need in that line
WE are also agents for
automobile on the market *
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