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I'ire Lightning & Tornadoes I represent several different insurance Companies, any one of which are good reliable, old time Companies among which are the following: North America. Hartford, of Conn. Fidelity=Phoenix, of N. Y. Home Insurance Co. of N. Y. North British & Mercantile-* Call and see me for rates. M. P. TRUMBOR, Chey n S,,S: PERSONAL-NEWS ir you have an Item of news, a friend visiting’ you, or a sale to advertise, tell us about it. April showers' The Record $1 per year. phone No. 41 when you want the Record Office The County commissioners were in session this week. Friday April 16tn is Arbor day so declared by the Governor. G. C. Calvert, of First View, was in Cheyenne Wells Monday. Mrs. Minnie Lewis of Arapa hoe was in Cheyenne Wells Tues day. J. M. Staley was a Cheyenr.e Wells visitor the first of the week. Miss Agnes Nickerson, was on the sick list the first of the week. Ethei Shy visitel with Miss Myrtle Coe over Sunday at the Coe ranch. Mrs A. M. Yoder, near Arapa hoe has been quite sick, but is improving. Miss Florence Trimble arrived home Monday evening. She will n >t “Fe’ss up.” > Miss Rosamond Wells taught Miss Nickerson's foom during hsr illness, Tuesday. Cheyenne Wells went wet Tues day, (with April showers) which was greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mr-’. Jas. O’Doneld and Pat Fitzgerald came down from Brandon Saturday. A few 50 pound cans of fresh rendered lard left at 12 cts per pound, at the City Meat Market. L. D. Rollow, will be in Chey enne Wells 7, 8. and 9t >, of May to do all kinds of Photograpic ‘work. Dont forget the date. Jess Willard, the white pugilist knocked out Ja;k Johnson, the negro, last Monday, in the 26th \ round. E Bridges and Miss Griffin, bf Goodiand Kansas were Sunday visitors at the home of W. L. Jeweler at the Home Dairy Cafe at Cheyenne Wells, the bal ance of this week, Bring in your work- 4 bred Gilts for sale, $2O to $25, also cured pork. C. D. Warren. Arapahoe, Colo. FOR SALE—Pure bred white Leghorn eggs, also a bronze gob bler. M. F. Nowowieyski, 49 4t Kit Carbon, Colo. Gladys Sears had the misfor tune to run a large sliver in her foot, and has been laid up since, but she is getting along nicely at present. M. McCaskey left yesterday evening for lowa, for a short vis it with home folks. We wish him a pleasant journey and a safe return. Word received from J. P Cahill states that he is getting alohg nicely, and he thinks he will be home in a week or ten days, his ' son, William, is also improving. J. W. Adams had the misfor tune to run a piece of wood into l his hand, and in consequence 1 septic poison has set in, but he thinks he will be all right in a short time. FOR SALE-Or Trade a four horse power engine and pumping plant, both new. Will sell or trade for cows. P. Daly, 5 miles northwest of First View, Colorado. 2 tf FOR SALE—Thrifty three year old Honey Locust trees, 25 cents each delivered, well packed, in Cheyenne Wells. 10 cents each if the buyer will do the digging. ; Come to my place on west half of sjcticn 14-16-45 April 15. 22t F. W. Kingsley, j J. A. West had the misfortune to break his crippled arm last Friday evening. It seems he! was climbing up in his mow to [ get some feed, and his foot slip ped and his arm caught in the 1 flooring and broke both bones. He is doing nicely at present, and ' we hope for his speedy recovery. I City Election The following is a list of the votes as cast at the City Election last Tuesday: For Mayor, A. W. Jones, 68; Dr. Homer, 37; For Council, two years, M. P. Trumbor, 116, W. F. Williams, 109; Councilmen three years, J. N. Hollenbaugb, 71; Chas. Eichenberger, 104; J. A. McCrumb, 37; Dry 55; wet 60. If you want a paper that gives the news take the Record THE CHEYENNE RECORb-. FOR SALE-Number one Her sha gram seed 2c per pound. 60 tf G: W. Rudolph, 10 mites N of Arapahoe, Colo. Fos Sale Good prairie hay $8,50 on track at, Weskan Kans. B. C. Sweisgoad, Weska Kans. 52-41 ___ Contest Meeting at Cheyenne Wells April 16th. Violin Solo. E. H. Akerly Physical Rhythm in Primary Ed ucation (Illustrated by Primary Pupils) Faye Gahagah and Leta Trumbor. Athletics for every day Wil liam Hill. Reading contest. Spelling Contest. Big' doin’s at Horsemound Sat uiday evening April 24, 1915. to celebrate the closing t)f the Horsemound and Grand View schools. Here are some of the specials. “Crow dri 1.” Grard- View school; "Mirth provoking schoolroom”, time 1 1-2 hours; something you can’t afford to miss;- "Topsy Turvy Drill,” Horsemound school, “My friend Fritz, by Hans Snitzer in which his Turkish Bath story will cap the climax “The Schoolmaster Abroad”; Jack Johson will do some stunts with his fiddle, that will cause a total eclipse of all other violinists. Other things too good to mention. This is the way you can help; Come, COME Come. Admission, 10c; Children Free. Yours Truly, | D. E. Pfost. County Spelling Contest. A county spelling contest will be held in the Court room at Cheyenne Wells on Friday April 16, beginning at 10 o’clock. Fifth Sixth Seventh and Eighth grades will compete and the words will be taken from the above grade wo.k in the ‘‘Quincy word list.” Any school without this text may borrow a copy from the of fice of the County Superinten dent. All pupils of the above grades are eligible to entry and all teach ers are urged to do all in th ir power to create an interest in this very important subject. The educational meeting of April 6th has been postponed un til this date. Everybody come, bring your dinner and have a social time. Committee. Public Sale. I will sell at public auction at my place 8 1-2 miles south 1 1-2 east of Arapahoe WEDNESDAY April 14, 1915. the following 4 fresh cows; 1 3yr cow, fresh about May; 1 2yr old heifer fresh about May; 4 yearling calves; 4 spring calves; 1 Angus Bull 2 yr old; 1 grey mare 9 yr old wtighs about 1150; 1 grey mare Byr old wt about 1200. I will offer for sale 5 colts, 2 and 3yr old. FARM TOOLS. 1 Deere walking Lister: 1 Deere walking plow with riding £t;ach ment; 1 Moline walking plow; 3 breaking plows; 1 disc sled cul tivator; 1 riding cultivator, 6 shovel; one 1 horse drill planlei; 1 spring wagon; 2 stock tanks; 1 wagon tank. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 2 kitchen safes 1 dining t .ble; 1 dresser; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 iron bed, with spring; 1 laundry stove. Lots of other things. Sale begins at 10 A. M. Terms Cash C. B. NORTON, Owner. CoL Felts, Auctioneer, . T. EL Howard, Cleric. | (fjatrltes O. Turner I Let rid Attorney J: * W\W pracUce betore t,tve \oca\ and General Land X J Onibea. FWlng papers made out and executed X ♦ Agent for The Industrial Building and Loan Associa- i J tion of Denver, Colorado. Loans procured upon improved X £ Town property. ♦ X CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO | pTTww»HTWwmmmmmn>tmT?fT>mTn l W. R. COUNTS, j [ PAINTER and j ► : \ Paper Harder i l \ ► Al! kinds of Painting and Paper Hanging done « ►on short notice. Prices Reasonable. Give me J f a trial. 2 UUiAaAAiiiiAiUiUatAUAAiAiUmtitiAUtttmil' GHEYtNNE MM SUITE BANK Cheyenne Wells, Colo. Capital Stock $15,000 Surplus .^6,500. Do a general Banking and Collection Business. Wc pay 4 per cent on Time Deposits, and are also agents for several of the best Fire insurance companies and can give you the lowest rate on your insurance. We solicit your patronage and all accounts no matter how small will receive our prompt attention. W. C. Schultz, Pres. J. A. Shrivcr, Cash. H. C. Homer, V. Pres. H. Schultz Asst Cash. There are cheaper, also higher priced ones, on the market, but in the Demp ster yo get a first-class engine at a low price. Look the sample over carefully at our store. * | Valore Hardware Co. * I CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO 1 » ,W> ' Come to the MpjPLv, POOL HALL ; For all kinds of fresh Candies - j Ijitm Cigars, Tobacco, Etc., also fresh 1 pm, oysters. Also fresh Home-Made = When in need of anything, in i jf L - my line please give me a call. 1 1 F. Ay Dutton, Prop.