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£f you have an Item of news, a friend visiting' vou, or a sale to advertise, tell us about it. The Record $1 per year. Mr. Davis of Kit Carson was in our town Friday. phone No. 41 when you want the Record Office '"he Senior Play, Wednesday fisrht was a grand success. Ilenry Nelson’s are the proud possessors of a nice new piano. Rev. Thos Schofield, made this office a very pleasant call Friday. Mrs. Frank Loster was a visi ter south of Arapahoe, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Piatt of Arapahoe were in C ieyenne'Wells, Satur < ay. Mr. Chas Daigger’s father, of south of Arrpahoe, died Monday flight. • _L 1 Rev. DeMunbrun is filling Rev. Whitings place, during the lat ters absence. Miss Maybel DeMunbrun re turned to her school work Thurs day evening. FOUND —A Catholic charm, owner can have same by prov ing property. - _____ • Mr. and Mrs. Dean Purdy are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ford this week. • Miss Garnet Magwire is assist ing with the v. o k at the All any hotel this v.esk If you want to know who the busy man is. just ask J. A. Mc- CTurnb, our drayman. This being the last week of school, all the children and their teachers are very busy. Rev. DeMunbrun preachei che Baccalaureate sermon at the school house, Sunday evening. We still have a few of those Rod Breakers Plows, at $3.50, at the Vaiore Hardware store. 62t Monday night was Class Night. The program was very good and w;s enjoyed by a large audience Everybody is cord ally invited to attend the dance at-the I. 0. O. F. Hall, Friday night, May 21. ’55 oranges for one dol" lar Saturday only Trumbor & COunts. Miss Bernice Plessinger went' to Denver Friday morning where j she expects to spend the sum- j mer. I The dance at the Home Dairy Hotel Saturday night was well attended and very much enjoyed by all. Ihe terrible wind last Friday, blew Mr. Akerley’s barn off the loundation and turned it partly around. A number from our town at . tended the Concert, Pie Supper, and Dance at_Kit Carson, Satur day night 1 10 foot Althouse Wheeler Wind mill, regular price S 3& to close out S2B a', the Vaiore Hard ware. 6 2t Subsricbe for the Record, C. L. Shriner and Mrs. 0. W. Auten, both of Arapahoe. Colo., wf re pleasant visitors at this office, Monday. The High School gave a fare-' well surprise party for Miss Fin . lay son last Thursday evening. AH report a good time. • J. P. Kreitzer, aJand man who I has been looking over our country ! for a few days, returned to.: Richland, Mo., Monday night. j i Feed your calves skim milk and Security Calf Food, and they will I out grow those feel on whole milk j For sale by the Valore Hardware Company. G 2t 1 • i Excelsior Motor cycle, 7 H. P, ; Presto light and Tandom, good j as new'. Will sell or trade for stock. Fred C. LaCroix. « 5 4t Arena, Colo. ; j There will be a big dance at the I. 0. O. F. Hall, Friday night j May, 21. Good time, good music Good crowd, so come and share it with us. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beveridge on May 13th, a baby girl. Mother und babe are doing ; nicely and you ought to see that . smile on Lester’s face. That House needs painting j j we have first class paint at 50c j a gallon and up, at the Valore Hardware. 62ti ROLL OF HONOR The following parties have re newed their subsriptions to the ' Record since our last issue: P. N. Reeves. A card from Lou Birn, former- ■ ly of Arapahoe,' Colo, states he is 1 , enjoying life and work at Mil- i waukee. VVis. Lou says, “You |, know what made Milwaukee fa- | mous.” ; j FOR SALK—Or Trade a four ; horsp power engine and pumping |, plant, both new.. Will sell or trade for cows. P. Daly, 5 miles northwest of First View, , Colorado. 2tf , Mr. and Mrs. J, N. Holletibaugh Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Hudson and baby, Vera, and Miss Alice Sears took supper, Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Sears, at their home north of Arena. 1 The dense fo Tuesday morn- i ing turned into a rain, the rain i turned to a sleet and last but not i least the r.leet turned to snow, i so by night there was a nice blanket of snow on the ground. Irithera services with b»th j English and German preaching j < will be held at the Kusel School [ i house, Sunday May 23rd at 10:30 | i A. M. and English services in the Cheyenne Wells School at 1 2:30 P. M. A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ambrosier of Conrad Mont. ! states that they are doing fine, also that Colorado isn’t the only j place where the wind blows for , they have had a plenty of it out i there since the first of April. ; ! I will be in Arapahoe Wednes- j j day May 19th Cheyenne Wells, j i May 20 21 and . Prepared to do | ; all Kinds of dental work. You are j ! invited to call for a free examin- j j ation and estimate of cost. ■ My constant aim is to do work that will last.’ Yours truly. . W. H. Nipps. D. D. S. THE CHEYENNE BEtfOßiy. Mrs. Weir, our County Sup't, is very happy <over the new Type writer, just installed at her office. Now the teachers throughout the county will get lots of letters full of helps and suggestons from her, which they will surely appreciate. To the public, I wish to an | nounce that through our persist* ! ert efforts we have succeeded in I inducing our Company to allow |us to pay Arapahoe prices for ■ Butter Fat. This, lam sure will ! be good news for many, as it | gives us. practically Ijenver : Prices here. Thanking you for ■ past favors, we kindly solicit a j continuation of the same. Respectfully Yours. W. W. Thomas. 1 Operator for Beatrice Creamery | Company. *— Gov. Carlson sent word to the High School at the last of the week that because of the Con ference of Western Governors, he would be unable to give the commencement address as he earlier expected. We regret that this is the case, but we have been very fortunate in securing a very able speaker in the person of Prof. W. B. Moony of the State Teacher's College. Mr. Moony, it will be remembered has on several previous occasions here, delighted his audience by his pleasant wit and forceful speech. A Farmers Union Meeting at Arapahoe Local Number 250 of the Far mers Educational and Co-Oper ative Union will hold their first years anniversary on the fifth day of June, at Arapahoe and one of the largest crowds in the history of Arapahoe is expected. Several local speakers will discuss in public the different phases of our local work, and one or two men of prominence in our state and national Union will grace the occasion. One of the main features of the day will he's large dinner and each family represented by mem bership in the Union will please bring a goodly supply of dinner and have the privilege of inviting one guest. Yours fraternally, Committee. Racing Men Meet. On Monday the representatives of the Kansas- Colorado Racing Association met in Limon to set dates for the different fairs throughout the circuit. Among those present were: N. E. Mosher and M. L. Foote, of Hugo; Geo. Forkerof Cheyenne Wells; Louis Vogt, of Burlington; J. S. Peter son, of Limon. Dates were set fc r Colorado as follows: Chey enne Wells, second week in September. Hugo, third week in September, Burlington, the fourth week in September, and Calhan, the fifth week in Sept ember A very attractive program was reccommended and it is probable that the suggestions will be in a great degree adopted An effort is being made to make the fairs extra attractive , this fall. Lincoln county will have some special attractions, j such as flying machines and other i features, that will certainly at tract large attendance. Louis Vogt was elected presi • dent and M. L. Foote secretary, l of the association for the en suing year.—Limon Fxpress. If you want a paper that gives you all the news take the Record' !'(§jarles O. Turner | : Laud Attorney J ♦ > ♦ ♦ WiW practice beiore xtie \oca\ and General Catid ♦ ♦ Omces- Fd\na papers made out, and executed ♦ ♦ Agent for Tlio Industrial Building and Loan Associa- i ♦ tion of Denver, Colorado. Loans procured upou improved X ♦ Town projiertj’. ' ? ♦ CHKTENNE WELLS COLORADO ♦ ♦ • ■ —i—- m WTTmmTmmTtmTVTyTmTTmTmTTTmTTmyr; l W. R, COUNTS, i \ PAINTER and j 1 i’ 1 i I Mariner : t 3 » Al! kinds of Painting and Paper Hanging done ► on short notice. Prices Reasonable. (Jive me 5 t a trial. < gammmmmaammmmamammmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmam , mm com suit bunk 1 Cheyenne Wells, Cold. 1 Oeipital Stock $15,000 1 Surplus $6,500. H Do a general Banking and Collection Business. _We 1 pay 4 per ce \t on Time Deposits, and are also agents ■ for several of the best Fire insurance companies and can 8 give you the lowest rate on your insurance, jj We solicit your patronage and all accounts no matter 1 how small will receive our prompt attention. 9 W. C. Schultz, Pres. J. A. Shriver, Cash. 1 11. C. Homer, V. Pres. H. Schultz Asst Cash. / Insure your property against Fire Lightning & Tornadoes I represent several different Insurance Companies, any mie of which are good reliable, old time Companies among which are the f>llowing - : North America. Hartford, of Corin. Fideiity=Phoenix,of N. Y. I Home Insurance Co. of N. Y. North British & Mercantile. / Call and see me for rates. M. P. TRUMBOR, cl ~ y ™g,S " POOL HALL J For ail kinds of fresh Candies | J|u igars, Tibacco, Etc., also I*Cl i When in need of anything in my *‘ ne f* ease E' ve n,e a F. A, Dutton, Prop.