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[f you have an item of news, a friend visiting you, or a sale to advertise, tell us about it. The Record $1 per year. . . x phone No. 41 when you # want the Record Office' H. C. Nelson and wife are in Denver this week. Read over the Delinquent tax list on pages 5 and 6 in this issue. A. H. Walker, of Wild Horse, Wells vis.tor last Saturday. Grandma Knight was visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGinty last week. Allen Shaw, of Savaria, Ills, is here visiting old time friends tnis week. J. N. Hollenbaugh and L. V. Hudson went to Denver Monday night on business. • Wesley Williams started on his second year in High school last Monday morning. Dr. Nipps, the dentist will be in JArapahoe Tuesday Oct. 26, Cheyenne Wells Oct 27-28 Fred Turner, brother of Chas. C, of this place, returned to his home in Eldon, la., Tuesday. Fred Mackey has resigned" as City Clerk and Chas. Turner has been appointed in his place. John Reuter has our thanks for a delicious watermelon which lie presented to us last Saturday. A, W, Jones is filling the place vacated by Fred Mackey, in the Valore Hardware store tnis week is FOR SALE—A small band of first-class Ewes. Address, M. V. Blood, Arapahoe, Colo. M. McCaskey is making the in terior of the Home Dairy Cafe look different by giving it a coat of paint. The dance at the I. O. 0. F. Hall last Saturday night was well attended and all report an enjoy able time. J. F. Jordan, of Hays, Kansas was visiting with H. P. Geibler and friends a few days the first of this week. R. C. Lewis, a former Arapa hoe lumber merchant, was trans acting business in Cheyenne Wells this week. Grant Edwards, of Arapahoe, was transacting business in Chey enne Wells Tuesday. We ac knowledge a social call. The Farmers Union have a bureau of infoimation. Any one having any-thing to buy or sell please notif / J ’ W. Adams. H. E. Bayer has returned to his duties here again. He has been helping to get the telegraph lines in shape on the U. P. R. R, The picture sho >v last Saturday night was quite well patronized and his pictures were good. He will give a 3 reel of Wild west pictures and one reel of comedy Saturday night Oct. 16 Come and see them, admission 10 and 15 cents* I WANTED We want a list of your land if it is In Cheyenne or Kiowa counties,! between the Union Pacific and the (Missouri Pacific. We want land only where water can! be obtained. The price must be right,! jand the title perfect, Send a full de-f Ascription, cash price, and price with] terms. R. T. CLINE, j Brandon, Colorado jj LIST YOUR LAND With one iu touch with Eastern CASH BUYERS Give mo ninety ilays Option on your land. If I do-not sell it with in that time, will carry your “Ad” FREE of charge three months longer, to every State in the Union. CLjeirlotte ARAPAHOE, COLO Office East of Lumber Yard Uncle Joe Robinson and Joe Ross came up from the Ranch the latter part of last week and re mained until Tuesday. Young Joe is beginning to look and feel fine. , / Read the ad of Miss Charlotte Abernathy in this issue. She has opened up a realestate office at Arapahodl and if you want to dispose of your land or want a square deal, give her a trial. My residence property near School house, Cheyenne Wells, is for sale at a bargain easy terms, if interested write me at East Lake Colo. E. J. Snydal. 28tf For Sale—27 yearling steers, 1 2 year old steer, 6 steer calves, 16 heifer calves. J. B. Hassman First View Colorado. 28tf ROLL OF HONOR The following parties have re newed their subsriptions to the Record since our last issue: Mrs. Lena Score Sept 9 16 John F. King Oct. 16 16 Miss Sigmond, of Edgar. Neb. a neice of Mr. Mrs. J. R. Groff, of this place, arrived in Chey enne Wells Sunday for a few days visit with her aunt and fam ily. She was on her way to the Big Fair. We acknowledge a so cial call from the la ues Monday. Call again. Cecil Daniels met with a very painful accident last Friday while playing see-saw on the school grounds. They concluded to put on rhe “Bucking-Broncho stunt, and in so doing he was thrown off and broke both bones in his fore-arm. He was immediately taken to the doctor where the fracture was reduced, and now he is getting along nicely. Fred Mackey departed for Twin Falls, Ida., on the midnight train Tuesday. We are sorry to see Fred leave as he has been the “stand-by” in the Valore Hard ware store for a number of jears and has always been kind and obliging, but Fred will make friends wherever he goes, as he is of a kind and obliging disposi tion, and will make a good addi tion to any town. Success to you Fred, is the wish of the Record. rHE CHEYENNE RECORD Mr. Everett Arnett departed this life October 9, 1915. He came here recently from Sumner Okla, and died at the home of his father. N. A, Arnett, 12 mile southeast of Arapahoe. He was the eldest son of the family, born June 21, 1873, and leaves a fath er, mother, 3 brothers and three sisters to realize the loss in his swift taking off, after a brief ill ness. He was a member of the Congregational church, and held in great regard by those know ing him. Geo. McNab, Pastor. President Wilson announced himself in favor of woman suf frage a few days ago, and now comes the news from Washing ton that he is engaged to be mar ried again. A man in love is ca pable of many foolish things, and perhaps, President Wilson is not an exception to the rule. He is evidently nn favor of second terms in more ways than one, but the people may not grant the favor in One of the ways.—Hugo Range Ledger. A man in love may be foolish, but President Wilson has shown in all his undertakings, that he has been wise and cautious, and has saved this country many mil lion dollars, beside the lives of human beings. And if he should ask for a second term, the people of the United States will grant it to him by a larger majority than has ever been accorded a president before. We think he wa3 wise in selecting such a good companion, as the papers say she is, he needs a good companion, one in whom he can talk matters over with, and have consolation >when he comes home from his arduous duties. A good compan will not lead her husband astray, in fact she is the Angel of the household, and without woman this world would not be worth living in. God bless the women, and may the woman the Presi dent has chosen for liis wife help to make his burdens lighter for him. Mr s. C. F. Kibbee was a pleas ant caller at the home of Mrs. W. Hollenbaugh Wednesday and reports a fine time while on their trip to Denver and Colo. Spaings. I (FJc-irles O. JLur 1:1 crt ♦ ♦ ♦ Ueincl Attorney ♦ ♦ f X W\\\ practice beiore tde local ar»d General Land ♦ £ Gliices. Filing papers made out and executed X X Agent for Tho Industrial Building and Loan Asfocia- X t tion of Denver, Colorado. Loans procured upon improved X j Town property. X | CHEYENNE WELLS COLOBAEO £ wmvTTVTvmrm rmTmmmrnmrrmmwrnj l When you.want a bill of | } LUMBER j % Do not fail to see me as I carry a full line of t Building Material, such as Lumber, Lath, Ce ► ment, Wire, Posts, Etc. E *W. F\ Wyeirit J ► ARAPAHOE, COLORADO. < miE CONTI suit BANK I • Cheyenne Wells, Cold. ft Capital Stock: $15,000 1 Surplus $6,000. I I Do a general Banking and Collection Business. We 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. Shriver, Cash. H. C. Homer, V. Pres- H. Schultz Asst Cash. Insure your property against Fire 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, c^a cZ± aBWWBBMBMMI—WBEIJBM— | COME TO THE | BILLIARD PARLOR jj K A, Dutton, Prop. 1 For all kinds < f fresh Candies Cigars, Tobacco. Etc , 3 also Hamburger and Oysters. jl When in need'Of anything in niy line please give res a call.