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Cheyenne Wells, Colo. C. T. BOOERT, Owner and Publisher \mm mM'irmMwl; Published every Thursday in Cheyenne Wei Ip, Cheyenne county Colorado, and entered at the aur.toflice us second class mail matter, April 3.1512 umlcj the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription One Dollar per Year ADVERTISING KATES Display advertising 10c per inch cooh insertion: locals lie per line each .Osertion Public Sale We will sell at public sale at t lie Ross Ranch 7 miles north and «.ne and one half east of Arapa hoe, Colo, on MONDAY JAN. 31, 1916 45 HEAD OF MARES 45 These mares are all apes and and are hred to JUMBO, a mam moth Jaclc, weighing about 1,050 lbs, and measures 15 1-2 hands high. We will also sell 2 mares and 5 colts the property of Jap. Cements. Sale begins at 10 am FREE LUNCH, Bring Cups Terms of sale—Twelve months lime will be given purchaser on approved security. Ten per cent discount for cash. Mrs. J. Ross and Jos R. Robin son Owners. W. F. Wyant, Auctioneer. T. E. Howard. Clerk. ARAPAHOE Too late/or last week. The corn is about all gathered. W. F. Wyant continues to be the busiest man in the east end of the county, W. W. and Mrs. Howard ser ved a holiday dinner to relatives last Saturday. Caroline Diagger who spent her holiday vacation at home was shopping in town Saturday. To the editor and family we extend our best wishes for a Happy and prosperous year. J. H. Owen is painting Cliff Kibbde’s new home. This is a a very pretty place and Arapa hoe is justly proud of it. John Shepard and wife, who Jive south of town, were trars a ting business here and at the county seat on Monday. Cliff Ki.bee and wife and Fer nard Uidinger and wife spent a pleasant evening last week at the llich home, north of town. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Howard are prominent business people in our thriving little town, and are ever ready to make every one wel come. The Christmas entertainment was well attended and a pronoun ced success. The tree was built from the native yucca plant and artisti.calh decorated, A new house is going up on Miss Teresa Culham’s homestead south of lown. Miss Culham is a Kansas girl and greatly pleased with her new home here. The girls and some of the bach elor girls, too, of Arapahoe are planning for a continual round of pleasures during 191 G The only safe place for the young men of our town, is in the Trenches of Europe. Frank Boyack, of lowa, came in with a couple of emigrant cars last Monday and will again make Colorado his home. Mrs. Boyack who accompanied her husband, is a daughter of County Commis sioner. Geo. Mayfield. Claud Shriner says if he don’t get his car repaired so he can make his "get away” before the l<*ap Year germ reaches here, that he will have no chance of escape. Neither will any other nice young man who owns a car, | we assure you. Mr. and Mrs. Del no Sawyer, ; Helen, and Miss Abernathy ae-, cornpanied by Santa Claus sur- i prised Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Aber- ; nath at their home, south c*f town. Christmas day. S inta had been there the day before, so all were made glad. V il Dotson an experienced car penter of Cheyenne Wei’s put the finishing touches to the new land office last week, and the owner took possession at oner. From the hum of the typewrite!', we judge that the land business is beginning in earnest. Mr. and Mrs. Ray (Hilbert, of near Wichita, Kansas, (lay Gii bert and sister. Miss Pauline, of Lamar, Colo, visited at the Dodds Kibbee and Sawyer homes the . first of the week. They called on friends in Arapahoe and Cliey enne Wells Sunday and Monday. I J. S. Abernathy, Delno Saw yt>r, Lee Kibbee and Earl Mur-; pl'.y gave Mr. Lon Kibbee a lift with bis husking last week. Other neighbors will drop in as they have time during the week and help this worthy old gentle man with a task which is for, for him /cry difficult, Mr. Geo. Walker lias also been laid up for several weeks. Let the good work go on. We hope ail the Record read ers will enjoy many blessi gs throughout the New Year. Eas tern Colorado has been truly Ideas ed during 1915 and her people are profuse in expressing thanks for so much prosperity and happi ness. Only the pessimist con tend that there is more misery than joy in life. Even the poor soldier in the trenches has some share of gladness when Christ mas comes. How happy we' should be to realize that we are at peace and in a position to show good will to all. SUNNY SIDE G. Hunters visited Joe Nesbit and family last Sunday. Mi's. E. M. Church visited Mrs J. L Ambrosier last Friday. Jim Hunter was a Cheyenne Wells visitor last SiturJay. Mrs Fu-nai'l Bilinrsr visited Mrs. Sawyer last Friday. School began Monday after a two weeks vacation. Fay No ton and Ferna'd Bid inge.- are shucking c urn for J. L Ambrosier, i ♦ DISTRICT NO. 7 \V 11. Skinner returned to his school work at Tribune, Sunday j after spending the holidays at! home. Mrs. Skinner accompani- ' td him and will spend a few i weeks there, Monday was Mrs. !!. I). I’iatts ! birthday and «he celebrated it by i giving a dinner to a number of i her friends, among times present 1 were Dr. and Mrs. Booth of Chcy- , enne Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Weare anddaugh- ■ ter Freed;), Mrs. Lovitt arid and Mrs. Pryor returned from Me ] Craelcen Sunday after spending the vacation with friends and relatives there. A young man in Ills, township southeast of Cheyenne Wells, : said, “the first young lady who passes his home in a Fo d auto, 1 shall be his wife”. i THE CIIEYKNNK RECOUP. FIRST VIEW NEWS Oliver Fry was in town Sunday Mike Dwyer was a caller he r e | Sunday. I Mr. Jesse Dukes, of;Marysville ! Kansas is visaing at the Driscoll ' home. i Our school commenced again Mondav alter a two weeks vrcat- I j 10*1. : Mr. and Mrs. 1). C. Fuller and V. C. Pitt were visitors at the ftl dton home Sunday, Harold Melton is slaying at .1. M. Ellis’s and attending the Jas. Curtis school. I. toile vV »1 ■> v vs t: i in Cheyenne Wells, Friday with her e •usin, Miss Johnson returned with her for a short visit here. .Mrs. Jits. Curtis, Mr. Baum gardner, John Halde, Delbert . Smith, Guy Robinson and A. B. Ellis were among those in town , tS m.lay. ' i ♦ SUNRISE ITEMS i Mr. Pc ugh isquite sick, at this vv riting. j Mr, Bidwell helped Mr. Hcden haul seed Friday and Saturday. C. Heckart attended Charlotte Abernathy’s party Saturday night. School-started again M>nl ay morning, after a two weeks va cation. I Mr, Hcden hauled cane, and kafir-corn seed to Arapahoe, on Friday Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howell were all day vi iit »• at th .* It) i: r >• * • i> n > last Sunday. 1). I). Thrasher will leave for Kansas City, Monday, and will go on to Arkansas t> visit his father Quite a number of young peo ple from Kansas, attended th:- ' sunrise Sunday school Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Karve Horton, I also Mr. and Mrs. Heden and, family were pleasant visitors at the Anderson home Sund ly. Mr. Heden, with the help of his daughter, also Milton Ander son is jiulling broom-corn for A. K, Howell this week, ! Mrs. Dutton and her mother Mrs. Lippert were Sunday even ing callers at the home of Ye editor and family NOTICE All parties having proof no- - tices in this paper will receive a copy of each issue during the file of the notice, and should you notice any mistake in your notice please notify us at once so we can make the correction. Ali so remember tnat these notices should be paid in advance, or im , mediately after first publication | [iiIHOMEI i J*& ~rn. ! it I ~f or \ "my wife : 7T~ ; NO OTHER LIKE IT. NO OTHER AS GOOD Pur-h:. • t’-.o “NEW HOME” ami you «V.t f I avc a I’ic :>*--t r.t t»• • • price you i*ry. 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