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If you have an item of news, a* friend visiting you, or a sale to advertise, tell us about it. phone No. 41 when you want the Record Office l» Geo. Clossen, of Arena was on hour streets 1 ast Friday. Farmers Educational and Bp-Operative Union will hold "heir annual election of officers on Saturday December 8, 1917. It is important that a full atten dance of the membership be pies ent on that day.* Keep this date in mind and come prepared to act for the best interest of the Farmers Union, by electing to office those who will serve you faithfully and well for the ensu ing year. J. A. West, Sec-Treas James McCrumb, came in last Friday on a few days layoff. $5 meal tickets at the Royal Cafe for $4.50 Rev. Me Nab, of Arapahoe was a Cheyenne visitor Monday. There will be a dance at E. E. Flemings on Thanksgiving night Nov. 2£). Everybody invited. Elmer Myers of St Joseph, was circulating among his friends here Monday. A good second hand 1917 Ford for sale, inquire at Highway Gar age, C. E. Boyd, Pi op. 34 A. H. Walker and son, of Wild Horse, were social callers at this office Tuesday. FOR SALE—One Short horn Red Bull, 3 1-2 yrs old, weight about 1.400 lbs. J. A. Holtman First View, Colo. 33tf John Younger, cf Arena, was transacting business at Cheyenne Wells last Friday. STRAYED Since last spring, 1 yearling steer, and 1 yearling heifer branded J-B H on right side. Suitable reward. 32 J. B. Hassman. First View, Colo , i . ' Mike Dwyer, of First View, was transacting business in our pity last'Saturday. I have just received a complete line of flashlights and mtteries at the Royal Cafe* A. Killion of north Arapahoe was a business visitor at Chey enne Wells Monday. FOR SALE or TRADE A good house and 2 corner lots, will sell cheap for cash, or will trade for stock. E. B. Slotterback. 33 tf Cheyenne Wells, Colo Walter Snyder came in Tues day evening from Camp Funston on a five days furlough. W’ill pay $5 reward to anyone that will find or locate one light red cow with white face, about 7 year old; branded Ton right hip. Notify C. O. Sears, Chey enne Wells, Colo. 35tf Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Yoder, of Arapahoe, were Cheyenne Wells business visitors Monday. Missing from my place since May 2nd. 1 yearling steer, 1 red j muley heifer, and 1 red heifer; with some white, not branded, or j branded I ( A on left hip. $5 re ward for recovery of each one. 27 tf T. E. Howard, Arapahoe, Colo. J. E. Hayes, left Tuesday for St Paul. Minn, where he will undergo a slight operation. BLACK DIAMOND Dehorning Pencil, For Sale at the VALORK HARDWARE Every Pencil will dehorn 50 calves from 10 days to 10 months old, for 81. A forfeit of 85 will bo paid for any calf it fails to Dehorn Call and get one. 35 4 SALE—I have a carload of cedar poles suitable for shed and corral use, 16 IS and 36 ft lengths. L W. Wells, 33 tf Cheyenne Wells, Colo There will be a Thanksgiving Sermon at the Methodist Church Thursday at 10 o’clock A. M. _ | The Ladies Aii) will hold their annual Bazar, Dec. loth all con- ! tributions will be appreciated." STRAYED or STOLEN . 1 blocky bay 2yr old Alley, star in forehead little white on right front foot. 2 brown or mouse colored fillies star in forehead. 1 heavy set with I large naval, the other has a scar on right front foot. 1 black 2yr old filley, 3 small spots on right side, 2 larger ones on left side, full blaze face, 2 white hind feet. These animals were all togeth er when last seen. A reward of i $75 will be paid for information leading to their recovery. Noti- j fy J. C. DuntDii or \V. P. Owen, j Arapahoe, Colo. 34 tf Mr J. C. Bradshaw and Miss i Belle Williams took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harris Sun day. The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. H. C. Sallade Thursday afternoon, Dec. 9th. Every body invited. George Trumbor, is spending ' his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Tfumbor. Mr. McKinney, of the U. P. of Denver, was a business visitor at Cheyenne Wells the latter part of last week. Ernest Marolf, who has been working in lowa, during the fall returned to Cheyenne Wells last Saturday morning. Mrs. H. Loomis, and children also grandpa Loomis, of the Arapahoe country were social cal lers at this office Saturday. S- R. Marshall, is home front Denver, where he had been for an operation. He is able to be around again, and looking fine. Mrs. Wier returned to Chey enne Wells Tuesday evening from Denver, where she had been on business the past few days. F. R. Egee, and Jim Bills of Lenora Kansas, old time friends of the editor and family, were business visitors at Cheyenne Wells last Friday. r— T. M. Kistler wife and daugh ter were business visitors in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday. Mrs. Kistler and daughter were pleas ant callers at this office. Vem Roundtree and Mr. Nyrener of Weskan. Kansas, were busi ness visitors at Cheyenne Wells Wednesday morning. They made this office a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. .Lae and'Vnihf Canada, nephew and niece of Mr and Mrs. Harry Gahagan and ! Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hickey, of ' this place, were making them a | visit the latter part of last week. Bring your lunch Sunday and come to the Convention of all the Sunday Schools of Chevenne Co. ! at the M. E. Church, Convention | begins at 7p. m. on Saturday, Dec. Ist and all day Sunday Dec. 2nd. f FOR SALE | ft ® o Several head of good young | @ geldings, mares and mules. § I-Match d Teams, Clean and Gentle fi a| fy f Also one, two, three ; and fotir|| | year old heifers and cows. 0 f Some Heavy SorinQfersli f '’«! | Over 300 head to pick from. This | | is all A. 1. stuff and in good condition || j " LW. Wells, | I Box 7 Cheyenne Wells, Colo $ FOR SALE—Stuedbaker 1914 model, 5 passenger. 4 cylender, 34 H. P. new generator, new bearings, new carberator. 2 new ! tires, (two nearly new) 4 new | Tubes. Engine in perfect run ; ning condition. Pric j $l5O. | Inquire of Harry Kirk' I Cheyenne Wells Colo. 35 tf There will be a convention of • all Sunday schools of Cheyenne county at the Methodist church Saturday evening December Ist and Sunday Dec' 2nd. Lunch will be served at the church at noon. Everybody ‘ are invited to come with their lunches E. T. Albertson will be the speak er. * M s. E. E. Calvert and two children and her sisrer Mrs. F. E. Greenley of Kahoka Clark Co. Missouri, stopped off to visit Mrs. E. E. Calverts, atnt and family, Mrs. J. N. Snider also her cousins. Mrs. W. W. Howard and Mrs. L. M. Dickson of Arapa hoe, Colorado. "The Chain Invisible," a story of a primative love that finds its self after years of estrangement between a man of the North woods and a society bell, is the strange and romatic tale of the Equitable five-reel feature in which Bruce Mcßae and Gerda Holmes are starred, and which will be seen at the Princess The ater on Friday night Oct. 28 th. A very pretty surprise party was given Monday nigh ‘in the Odd Fellows hall by Mr. and Mrs Wells, in honor of their daughter Genevieves sixteenth birthday. , All of the high school pupils were ’ invited and nearly every one was 1 present. The teachers and other i friends were also invited and all ] report a fine time. Mr. and Mrs' • Akerly furnished the music and' 1 dancing was indulged in for a while which was enjoyed by all. A fine lunch was served about 10 . o’clock and at eleven o’clock the . party broke up. all congratulat- ' ing the host and hostress on the success of the evening and wish ing Genevieve many happy birth days. x Modern Woodmen To Celebrate A joint class adoption of Can didates by the Modern Woodmen of America Camps of Cheyenne - county, will take place in the ; Masonic Hall on Thursday Nov,« i 29th. Delegations from Aroya, ! Wild Horse, Kit Carson and < Arapahoe, will be present. Dis- ] trict Deputy H. C. Henderson of i Colorado Springs who has been j securing many new members for the Camps in this vicinity recent l.v will be present for the event. About 100 members and candi | dates are expected to be present jAn oyster supper wiil be served ‘ at the close of the meeting. Subscribe for the Record Bond Call Cheyenne Wells, Coin Nov. 1 11)17 The following’ County Bonds are called for payment and will cease to bear interest DO days from above date. REFUNDING BONDS Series A No. 1? *1,000.00 Series A No. 13 $1,100.00 Jack Tinsley, 32 County Treasurer. NOTICE. We hereby wish to notify all pat rons of the Cheyenne County Telephone Company, that begin ing, with December Ist. 1917. All County rates will be discon tinued, Following are the serv ise Toll Rates. Cheyenne Wells to First View 15 c Arena 20 c Kit Carson 25 c Wild Horse 30 c Aroya 35 c War tax 05 cents on Toll calls of 16 cents or over. Cheyenne County Telephone Company. Report of the condition of the CHEYENNE COUN1*T STATE BANK At Cheyenne Wells, in the State of Colorado, at the close of business November 20, 1917. RESOURCES Loana and discount! unsecured 87.fPC.87 Loan8 and discounts secured by collateral 88.117 89 Loans on real estate 4.G7-LOU Overdrafts 1.975.G2 Bonds to secure Postal Savinas 1,000 00 Other Bonds and securities 1,288.88 Furniture and Fixtures 2.541.00 Uanldnir House 4.590.00 Other real estate 94 Due from Reserve Banks 101,729.36 Cash on hand 8.434.23 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 15.000. 0 Sui plus Fund 8,000.00 Undivided prudUUes* expenses and taxes paid 4.964.87 Postal Savings Deposits 122.31 ! Individual Deposit* 224,786,73 Demand Certificates of Deposit 2.600.00 Time Certificates of Deposit 37.223.09 Cashier’s Checks 7.154 28 Total 299,732.28 STATE OF COLORADO 1 County of Cheyenne ( 88 We. J, E. Hayes. (Vice-President, 'and Fred Keller, Cashier of the ab >ve named Bank, do sol emnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. ATTEST Mrs. H. S. Hamilton Mr*. Jennie E Rosa M. M. Lenihun Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of November 1817. Jennie E. Rost [L. S.| Notary Public My commission expires Sept. 24. 1920 _________________ I ' ADMINISTRATORS SALE of LAND j Notice is herebv (riven that under and by virtue ' of a decree of the county court of Cheyenne | county. Colorado, in the matter of the estate of Nathaniel D Ward, deceased, made on the 19th day of November. 1917, 1 will offer for sale and Ml It putflfc'Suction. to the highpst bidder there at for cash, on Monday the 10th day of December. 1917. at ten o’clock in thsjforenoon of said day. at the front door of the Court House in Cheyenne Wells. Colorado, Tbs following described land; to-wit southeast quarter (Si) of section twelve (12. south of range forty-five (45) west of the sixth principal meridian in Cheyenne county. Colorado, according to the United States government sur vey thereof. TIIOMAS JOHN-' T INF, nov 29 21 Administrator Mr. E. C. Wilson received a letter from George Zebb at Camp Kearney which states that he is well and likes it there. He says the weather is line and the flowers ere in bloom. SDRADO LANDS I 3cll Later 3tte Shriner, 8 iRAPAHOE. COLO g | (gas. O. 'VII rn <2 r | Land Attorrjey I y W'A\ practAca omore ttie VocaY and General Lard I | Oilices. FiYuvg papers made cmX aad exacted j | Loans procured upon improved Toivn property and real I H estate. . B | CHEYENNE WELLS COLOBADO | 1 THE INNER MAN I I HUNGRY CROSS I I WELL FED —GOOD NATURED B !The Accurately represents man in his relation to the Inner ■ Man. WE FEED MEN, thus rendering them good natured. r Our meals and Lunches have a wide reputation for their sat- I* isfyinp quantity and quaity. No one need leave cur tables I unsatisfied. Full meal or quick lunch, it is all the same to 9 us. We serve you cheerfully and promptlv. Give us a call. FJ ROYAL RESTAURA.NT 1 Young Man! I Do You want to 1 SUCCEED? Your best course is to open an account with us and SAVE. Time, energy and perseverance will do the rest. We pay interest on your savings. CHEYENNE COUNTY STATE BANK Cheyenne Wells, Colo. Oapiteil Stock $15,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $11,300.00 Paul Wupper, Pres. J. E. Hayes, V. Pres Jennie Ross, Asst Cash. J. R.:H»ycs, Cash. THE PIONEER BANK OF EASTERN COLOBADO. J Insure your property against I Fire Lightning & Tornadoes I represent several different insurance Companies, any one of which are good reliable, old tim 1 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, chc, 'T„S;, f — • . Remember at the BILLIARD PARLOR la the place to go for all kinds of Fresh Candies. Nuts and Cigars, Tobacco, etc., also Hamburger, Chili Con Came When in need of anything in mv lin« give me a call i F. A. DUTTON, Prop: .