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Cheyenne Wells, Colo. C. T. liOGKRT, Owner and Publisher Ty&M.OG’RRTIG ThM COLORADO EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION] Published every Thursday in Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne county Colorado, and entered at the pci-'.office as second class mail matter, April 3.1912 fcodor the Act of Msich 3. 1879. Subscription One Dollar i>er Year ADVERTISING RATES Pisplay advertising 10c per inch each insertion: locals 5c per line each Insertion , A letter received by us from Mrs F. C. Smith, of Denver, en closing a nice new “greenback,” for her subscription, was receiv ed the first of the week, also an invitation co visit them when in 'Denver, which we shall accept the first time we have an oppor tunity. Doc. Eagle arrived in Chey enne Wells last Friday morning. The Doctor is looking fine, and reports the foot and mouth dis ease practically stamped out in the east, where he was. He says his family will be here in a few weeks, as soon as his baby gets over the whooping cough. We understand that some par ty or parties have broken into the home of Mrs. Price, living a few miles south of here, during her absence recently, and nearly everything was stolen. We hope the guilty party will be appre hended and the arm of the law laid heavily on them, and learn them not to molest other people’s property. HUGGINS- HANCOCK Married- Or Saturday, May 1, 1915 at Kansas City, Mo., Mr. Hobart F. Huggins, to Miss Opal Mina Hancock. The bride is the oldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Han cock, of Cheyenne Wells, Colo., and has lived here a number of years and is well respected by all o T our citizens. Miss Hancock went east about one year and a half ago, and has lived there every since. We must say that we believe Mr. Huggins has se cured a '‘Jewel'’ hard to beat, for a wife. We do not know anything in regard to Mr. Hug gins but from what we can learn of those who do know him, say he is a model young man. The Record joins with their many friends here, in wishing them the best of this world’s goods. BILLS—STEELE Married— On Tuesday evening May 4, 1915. Mr. Frank Bills yrtd Miss Cora Steele, both of li.it Carson. Colo, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cudgel, in Cheyenne Wells, Colo. Rev. Frank Whiting officiating. This young couple are held in high esteem by the people of Kit Carson, where they have lived tor a number of years. This young couple left on Wed nesday morning’s passenger train for Kit Carson, where they will commence life's work together ou the homestead of the bride. We met the groom and think him a nice young man, and we saw the bride, and are sure she will make him a good helpmeet. The Record joins with their tio3t of friends, in wishing them long life and lots of happy hours. If you want a paper that gives you all the news take the Record Tu sday of this week a couple of young men came into our town soliciting our people to have their clothes cleaned and pressed. Now we have several parties in Cheyenne Weils, that do just as good work as these stranges that come in here. Then why not shun these traveling fellows ami spend your money at home, with those that are trying to help build up our town. These trav eling fellows take your money and are gone, and do not help to build up our town, neither do they care for you after they have got your money. Patronize home industry and help to build up our town, and in the future give all these transients the “grand go by.” SHERMAN—STRADER At the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. VV. Strader 15 miles south west of Arapahoe, oecured a pretty home wedding on Sunday May 2nd, 1915, when Miss Z. M Strader united her life to that of L R. Sherman, These young people are mem bers of families well known and highley respected in their com munity. The list of guests was large, about one-hurydred people being present to grace the occas sion. The room was deeorated with flowers and festoons of leaves, while wedding bells hung over the place where the young couple stood to make their mutu al pledges of affection. There was a musical progam which ad ded greatly to the pleasure of the time. The wedding cermony was simple yet dignified the ritu al of the Presbyterian Church. Happy is Colorado in possessing such a lovely bride and stalwart groom. George McNab, Pastor. FIRST VIEW NEWS The program and taffy pull held Saturday evening was an enjoy able affair. It lasted until the wee small hour 3 when every one went home sweet and sticky. Mrs. Thomas Dwyer, Mrs Jos. Dwyer and Ana Gerke visited the county seat, Saturday. Thos. Dwyer has added another room to his house. Mrs. John Marshall is busy now days painting varnishing and white-washing the section house. She says she is almost through, just John and the dog remain to be done. Miss Zora Curtis attended the dance in Cheyenne Wells, Satur day evening. Joseph Dwyer went to Hugo, Monday on a business trip. A school meeting was held here Monday at "which Geo. Clossen was elected Treasurer of the school board. Mrs W. A. Weir was a pleas ant caller here Tuesday. Mrs. W. S. Hill entertained the Embroidery Club the sth. Mrs. Jos. Dwyer spent Tues day at Thos Mansfields' The Union Pacific has a gang at work here fixing up the tele graph line. mi 0. BOOTH, M, 0. Physician and Surgeon PHONE No. 35. Cheyenne Wells, Colorado TIIE CHEYENNE RECORD. ZEE C HOMER 0.-0 ID Physician, Subqkox ani Jlec . i TKICI \X. EYE. EAR, NOSE & THROAT GENERAL'SURGERY Phone No. 12. LODGE DIRECTORY. IVAXHOK I.ODC.E Xo. 1.">3 I. O. O. V. meets every Tliursday evening at 7:.'!0 ]>. m , in the l. U. C>. F. Hall. Visiting brothers in good standing always welcome. .1. N.UOI-I.ENH AUUH. N. Ei). Count. o , V. G. M. I’. Trumbob, See’y ___ “ —— I'MWjj- The M. AY. of A. Camp every sec /(riW'A . -.•sclav oven ini' of e;-::.t Visiting 1 members are cordial i v invited. L. C. Matthews, Counsel, (.'has. Hargdcroad, Clerk. ROYAL NEIGHBORS—Meets every ! .'trd Wednesday evening of each month at the Masonic Hall. Oracle, Mrs. Annie Marolf. Vice Oracle, Florence HoHingshcud. Recorder, Mrs. Letta V. Mason Prairie Queen Lodge N 0.44 Rebekah. AV ill meetevery first and third Mon day evening of each month, at the 1. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting members cordially invited. Mrs, Letta V. Mason, N. G. Mrs. Mary Spear, Hoc. Sec. Cheyenne Weils Lodge I No. 132, A. F. &A. M. i Regular meetings first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at 7:.'!0, sharp, at Masonic Hall in the Forker building. All Master Masons in good standing cordially inv'ted. E. H. Akerv, AY. M. C. 0. Tubneb, Secv. CHURCH DIRECTORY Catholic Church There will be Cutholic services _at their new ediee every Fourth Sunday in each month. Methodist Church .Sunday School 10 a. in Sermon 11a. m Preaching - S p. m Prayer meeting Wednesday night 'vt 7:30 p. m We invite you and your friends S. Whiting, Pastor. Presbyterian Church at Arapahoe, Colo. Sunday School (D A T ) 10:30 a in Preaching 11:30 am Song and preacning service 7:30 p m AVeskan, Kalis., tile last Sunday in month at 11 a in Preaching at the Daigger school house Ist and 3rd Sunday at 3:00 p m Services at the Mayfield sehoolhou.,e ! 3 p in the 2nd Sunday of each month. Rev. Geo. McNab, Pastor. Colorado* mj, Parties 'seeing stray cattle with this lirand please 0. AV. Sweitzer Eads, Colo. POSTOFFICE HOURS From 8 a, m. to 6. p. m. on week days. From 4 to 5 p. m. on Sundays. Legal Holuiays same as Sun days. Mrs. Jennie Ross P,. M i ... 'J. A. McCRUMB & SONS | Transfer Will do all kinds of hauling and I solicit your patronage. Rates Reasonable. Phone 38 ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? Call on me and get my prices on Lumber, Cement, Plaster, Roofng Papers Corrugated Iron, Shingles, and any Other material that goes in a building POSTS and WIRE FOR YOUR FEMCK. Call and see my Monolaslic roofing cement. It is guar anteed ■water proof. Easil" put on with a tro-.vcl Routt County and Rock Springs Coal. Cc=t cord. Lowest living prices. phone n 0.,: Chas. E ich en berger *• LWJ" 1 .MI .-jr. sm Undertaking and Embalming I carry a complete line of Undertaking goods and 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. J. N. Hollenbaugii Cheyenne Wells Let Your Motor Car ~ Reflect Your Taste I However lovely and becoming a gown may be, it loses its joy j when duplicated. So with the car you drive; it must reflect the taste, not of the multitude, but of its individual owner. You can have precisely that distinction when you own a FORD Car. Let us tell you the details ir, person. We have a new, complete line of supplies and accessories, and can fit you out in anything you need in that line. We are well prepared to handle passengers for any point you may wish to go, and guarantee the best of service. Rates Reasonable. Overland Garage Co lIOLLENBAUQH AND COMPANY PROPS CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO Forkers Drug Store Geo. Forker, Prop- CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO /E handle a complete line of drugs and medi- * cines, also Sta.ionery and Toilet articles that are up to the standard Prescriptions a Specialty WE also handle a complete line oi School supplies such as pencils, pens, tablets, rulers, also a fine line of Jewelry.