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. Tine O. K. SHOE AND Harness Sl^ox^ For Good Materia!, Quick Service and reasonable Prices. We also carry a line of Harness Repairs Call and see us, in the Livoni Building R. A. SMITH, Prop Commissioners Proceedings Cheyenne Wells, Colorado. April 4, 11)21 I Ho nr cl of County Commiss'oners of Cheyenne County, Colorado, met ns per * aljourninent, with the following members present: J. \V Shy, , chairman and £ commissioners A 1 Johnson, and Walter Ramsay : also K II Akei'Jy* Clerk ► Minutes of previous meeting road and approved. Road petition of O E .May » fleld and others, aguin presonted, and the following named persons wore ap £ pointed as viewers E K Fowler, A M Gorman and L Li Fritten said view to be jv made April 18, 11)21. / Road petition of F 1 Boyack and others again presented, and the following p named persons were appointed as viewers E K Fowler A M Gorman and L L l Fritten said view to be made 18, 11)21 * Road petition of II M Schumm and others, aguin presented and the fo.low . ing named persons were appointed as vieweis, C T Pfost, S J Adams and ! John Aitkin, view to be made April 18, 11)21. t ; The communication from the Union Pacific Railroad Co, rnlati /e to the i Highway crossing was read and laid over for further consideration In the matter of bids for tin; construction of dirt fill across the lagoon state highway No. .12 on section .1 two 15 range 48 and the cull for said bids having been made, and this being the date specified therein for the opening of said ; bids, the following were opened and read. Win Haldwin, of Kit Carson 22c i per cu yard, Jos Dwyer, First View, 20c per cu yard, Carl Duvall Kit Carson lifc; per cu yard. And the following resolution offered by Mr Ramsay sec onded by Mr Johnson, that Whereas, the bid of Carl Duvall being consid ered tiie lowest acd best bid, He it resolved, tiiat the contract for tiie con. struction of said fill be awarded to the said Carl Duvall, and that he hj re. qulred to sign a contract, binding himself to tiie faithful performance of this | obligation Tiie following resolution was offered by Mr Ramsay and seconded by Mr. ; Johnson, tiiat Whereas, alter completing the fills to the approaches of the new concrete bridge across Morse Creek, on stuto highway No. 22, at Kit Car son, it was found tiiat the fills contained 157 cubic fads over and above tiie amount estimated. Therefore He It Resolved, that Joseph Dwyer, tho con. r tractor be all owed-payment for the extra amount of yards heretofore men | .tinned, at tiie same rate per cubic yard as specified in tiie original contract t The following resolution governing the wages of road employes for the bal i ance of the current year and effective from March Ist was adopted. wL, One man single hand per hour 35c 1 4 and one team 4 * 55c * 4 4 2 * 4 75c Truck drivers * ‘ 50c Grader men • * 4 05c Tractor men * ‘ 05c Auto Hire * mile 10c Quit claim deed from Martin L. Wolfe, to Cheyenne county dated March 9» 1921, conveying the following described real projierty, a strip of land 20 feet wide extending from the west boundary line of section four, twp. 15, range 48, | easterly to Church street, Wolfe’s addition to the town of Kit Carson, Colo, i -whose north boundary line falls in alignment with the north boundary line of * the Union Pacific Land Company’s subdivision of a part of the NWli, of r section nine,, twp 15, range 48, all in the SW '.j of section 4. twp 15, range 48, fj Also a strip of land 20 feet wide, by 208.7 feet long lying along the soutli •boundary lino of block 10, Wolfe’s addition to Kit Carson. Colo, and along § the north boundary line of the above named strip of land, and extending a distance of 208.7 feet from Park Avenue. All of tho above lands i and parcels of land are within tiie SW, 1 j of section 4 twp 15, range 18: Pre sented to the Board, and upon examination order filed for record in tiie office u of the Clerk & Recorder. y Clerk instructed to cause to be ’published calls for the construction of a i *wood pile bridge across Rush Creek, on the section lino between sections 15 and 15, twp lfi, fange 59. Also a single span bridge on the Flagler road about 5 miles north of Wild Horse. Road viewers report on thv. petition of J H Nelson, and others, was present and the following resolution adopted, that Tin report he accepted and v" the route prayed for in the petition be and the same is hereby declared a pub •lie highway to-wit; Commencing at the northeast corner of section nine, twp ,• fourteen, thence south on tho section line to the sou:heast corner of said sec* W tion nine, tnence west on the section line to the southwest corner of said sec- ' | tion nine and connecting with state highway No. 9s; all members voting in Italic affirmative. ** j Tax refund petitions of E D Merritt and C F Kibboe having been returned ii approved, by the Colorado Tax Commission, warrants were drawn in pay ftttnent of said refunds, as hereinafter mentioned. £ ORDINARY REVENUE F Walter ItamMiy, commissioner'* salary and espouses $ (i 3 40 I .1 W Shy, ditto 78 M A 1 Johnson, ditto 79 j;g H < ■ Nelson, clerk diet, court, salary 00 00 Mattie Tumble, dep. cleric and recorder's salary 125 00 Florence Owens, assistant ** “ eg 00 1 $ Hildred Plessinger, •• to supt of schools 75(0 i Elizabeth Spencer •• to county judge - 75 O’) G K Gwathiuey, county printing 100 00 j W -.lull Plumbing Co., repairs at jail 150 j v ' C F Kibbee, relind of taxes Kj 57 ! M V H Johnson, legal sort ices, Ist quarter, 1921 125 00 Willis L Ltrnchnn, dial* Ally’s salary and steco. fees 41 90 i y- It A Pfost, treasurer’s salary 150 00 j*. Dll Zuck, surveyor’s services 2 i V II Johnson, judge’s salary 100 00 t Bernice Plessinger, dep. treasurer’s salary go 00 K A Pfost, postage <$ 99 Vi 4rt Brown sulnr> for March 150 00 A-t Biown, sheriff’s expensor for March 118 0G E H Akerly, salary for Murch and postage JSO 45 : t&f< W E Vore, assessor’s salary . 150 oo Bo;:t Wood fin, dray rgo 4 ( lE D Merritt, refund of tixos 37 57 ml Out West Printing JL Hta’y Co., forms and supplies Ul til & K GwMthmey, printing letter heads mid sclko! diploinns 12 25 Kg VV J McGirny, janitor’s and laundry 120 55 Kjr 'd.eyenne County Tel. Co., phone rent and toll 24 40 Esther B Weir, mile.ige and telegrams 52 4S Cheyenne Record. CHEYENNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 192 J John Wyant' and family also VV. G. Walker of Arapahoe were in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday. They were accompanied home by Mrs Cheed Clossen and baby. FOR SALE Choice and well located resi dence property. For particulars See H. C. Nelson Cheyenne Wells Colo. Wm Beltz, was called to the bedside of his wife, who has been very sick but she is recovering slowly at present and hopes are entertained now that she will Bet well. I hereby wish to notify the Farmers Union Members that I will be ready to write Hail Insur ance in a few days in the Farm ers Union Hail Insurance Co, F. J. Vitera. Cheynnne Wells Colo. NOTICE. On account of the Picture play at the Princess Theater being: played for the benefit of the High School Students, next Fri day Night, April 22nd, there will be no show at the Kielto, on this date. Cheyenne Wells and Denver Transfer, Begining Wednesday April 27th. A Truck' Tranfer Line will be established between Cheyenne Wells and Denver, Door to Door service, every oth er day at freight rates.* Your patr. i age solicited. Claude L. Shriner. Manager. The rain and snow which visit ed this section the latter part of the week was of untold value to the farmers of this country as it put the ground in splended con dition for all kinds of small grain although nothing was suffering, yet moisture is always accept able and accomplishes much good. J. L. Minor, formerly of this county, but now of Rexford Kans arrived in Cheyenne county last week to visit his daughter, Mrs. Harvy family'. Mr. Minor has sold his stock of general Merchandise at that pbee and while herd purchased a complete plowing and thresh ing outfit from Nelson-Sears Realty Company. We acknowl edge a visit from him. Armstrong--Daniels Burton Armstrong and Miss Bessie Daniels, both of Cheyenne Wells, Colo, vver e married at Sharon Springs, Kansas, Wednes day April 20, 1921, Probate Judge Roy Cox, of Sharon Springs, Kan sas officiating.' Mr. Armstrong is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Armstrong, of this city ho is ''an ex service man and has not home from service but a, few months, he is is a nice young man, and we be lieve will make a good husband. Miss Daniels is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. IC. Da-iels, of this place, and is well known and respected here, having lived here a number of years. She is of a kind and lovable disposition and has made many friends here who wish her well on the matrimonial seas of life. The Record extends the usual congratulations. FIRST VIEW. A three inch rain fell on Thurs day, night. Mias Hawes spent the week end at the Herbert Steineki home near Cheyenne Wells. J. P. Halde visited at Mousels Sunday. Chester Spillman is working on the section. The Joe Mousel family spent Sunday at Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. John Younger were county seat business visitors on Monday. The dance Saturday night, though not largely attended was a merry one. The crowd staying til dawn. Aileen and George Patterson were Sunday guests of the Dwyer girls. J. L. Moused, autoed to Chey enne Wells last Sunday and had that new boy baptized. They named him Orville Peter. Mrs. Mary Driscoll and Ang line Ruck visited at Williamson and Derry’s Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dwyer and Mr. and Mrs. Boggs were Sun day guests at Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Peterson, | John Pauls and Oliver Fry trans acted business at Cheyenne Wells Monday. Mrs. Tom Dwyer spent Wed nesday with Mrs. O. B. try. Sunday School Notice Please keep in mind that on May Ist the Beek, Prairie Dell and Grand View Sunday schools together with those who care to come from the Shy school will meet at Grand View school house at 2:30 P. M. to organize Dist. B of the Cheyenne county Sunday School Association. A children’s week program will be given in which each school will be expected to take part. Come prepaed. We plan to have several of the County Sunday School Associat ions officers with us to assist with the program and work of the or ganization. Methodist Church Notes 0 God, whichever road I take joins the broad highway that leads to Thee. (The Wayside Pulpit.) The week begining April 24 and ending May Ist, is Childrens week. We are going to observe this week by a children’s pro gram at 11 o’clock Sunday morn ing April 24th, at the I. O. O. F. Hall. Come and bring your din ner as we are planning on an all day meeting. " Two Sunday Schools from the country are ex pected. The Official Board meets at the Parsonage Saturday May 7th, at 2:30 P. M. Please bear this in mind. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Do not forget "The Last of the Mohicans” Friday evening at the Princess Theater. Help the Jun iors to sell their one hundred tickets. Miss Oma Thrasher one of last year’s students was married last week to Mr. J. D. Starling of Monte Vista. Colo. Misses Jessie and Leota Will iams returned tc school Monday after a week’s absence. The Wednesday assembly peri od was given to “extempore” speeches from the student body and faculty. Armi.nd Campbell Denver, whose parents recently moved to Cheyenne Wells, enrolled in Miss Nye’a room Monday. Paul Suchland a member of the Junior class has re-enrolled. Be tween Paul’s automobile “shake up” and the seige of typhoid which followed, school has been an up hill proposition for him this year. The character cast for the eighth grade play will appear next week. Theodore Williams ’2O, Harold Snider ’l9, and Roy E. Batschlet returned from Barnes Business College in Denver, Friday even ing. Harold Snder lies received his diploma and has accepted a position as book-keeper in a gar age at Raton, New Mexico. Thco dore Williams will-return to. the business College to complete his course. The Delphian Literary Society give the following program Fri day April 15. Songs Assembly Reading Death of Napoleon Essie Wright. Mandolin Solo—Selections from “Persian Garden” and "Spring Maid” Mrs. D. B. Corliss. Book Review Ivanhoe Beulah Swindt | Reading My Soul and I W. E. Graves. RIALTO THEATRE Thur Apr 21 H. B. Warner “One Hour Before Dawn” a ibaf fling mystery drama, which has the power to hold people spell bound with its baffling mystery, heart-throbbing suspense, and its tender love story. Added Phantom Foe No. 11 Sat April 23 ‘Half A Chance’ with Mahlon Hamilton, support ed with an all star cast. This is one of, if not the best pictures that has been shown at the Rialto to date, and we will gladly re fund your money if you are not satisfied with this program. Added "Desert Wolf”, a 2-reel Westerner, featuring Tom Sants chi. Sun Apr 24 Harold Lloyd in another one his #IOO.OOO comedies entitled “From Hand to Mouth” Also “The Border Raiders” fea turing George Larkin and Betty Compson. Mon Apr 25' Florence Billings in “Wit Wins” Added “TheAr tist” with Bill West as the com edian. Tues Apr 26 in ‘The Flapper’ This picture contains enough real humor to keep you chuckling and enough real drama to keep you interested. Don’t miss it. Ad ded Charlie Chaolin in another one of his Rip-Roaring comedies, entitled "The Floor Walker”. Wed Apr 127 Second episode of "The Son of Tarzon, ” The World’s Wonder Jungle JSeriaf. Story by Edgar Rice Burroughs. This picture contains animals, jungles, romance, thrills, and fights. First of these pictures lo be shown at the Rialto Wednes day April 20th, See the first and of course, you will see the rest of them. Thurs Apr 28 ’The Gamesters’ A 6 reeler, with Margarita Fish er, and a well selected cast. An other one of those wonderful pic tures being distributed by Pathe and is sure to please. Added Phantom Foe No. 12. Proposal Sealed bids will b' received at the otlice of the county Clerk As Recorder, at Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, it auy time prior to 2 o’clock p in on May .'l, 1021 for the construction of an all wood bridge b»ft wide anu 2doft long across Rush Creek, on the section line lietwecn sections 15 und x 1(1 range 50, Cheyenne county. Colo. All bids to he sealed and plainly marked H ridge Proposal Plans and spedillations may lie seen at the office of the county Clerk & Recorder at Cheyenne Wells, Colo The hyard of county eommis soners reserve the right to reject auy or all bids. E H AkerTy, Clerk of board. s NO 5 Cheyenne Record Cheyenne Wells, Colo. C. T. BouEBT, Owner and Pubtuher O’EMOCURTIC iBMgR COLORADO EDITORIAL ASSOCDOtTOI Published every Thursday in Cbeyenna Walla. Cheyenne county Colorado, and entered at the oostoffice os second class mail matter. April3.lol3 ander the Act of March 3. 1879. Suhscristion $1.50 per Year ADVEBTISING SAIEB Made kpown upon application Statement of the Ownership, Minig ment, Etc of the Cheyenne Record Required by the Act of August 24 ; 10j2 Published weekly at Cheyenne Wells Colo, for April 1021. I'ditor, (’. T. IJojfert, Cheyenne Wells Mannyin”- Kditor, C. T. Robert Chey enne Wells, Colo. Business Manager, C. T. Covert. Publisher, C. T. Robert. Owner, (T. Unveil Known and other security holders, NONK C. T. Poyert. Sworn to and subscribed liefore uic this 11th day of April 1021 Carl .T. Nf.lsox, Notary Public. My comission expires April lt>, 1024. Welcome Nebraskans Have you any friends you wish to come to Cheyenne county. If so go and see my section 3 15-44. 212 miles south of Cheyenne Wells, 10 years time on contract, one tenth cash; second year in terest only; nine equal annual payments six per cent; divide to suit. Owner, Thos. Morris, 708 North LaSalle St 2 3t Chicago, Ills Watch, Clock and Jewelry re pairing. All work guaranteed. HOWARD A. CHENEY At C. V. Rambo’s Drug Store It Bakes the Finest Bread You Ever Ate Wc Most women think an oil stove does not deliver enough heat for all kinds of baking. That is be cause the> have never seen this oil stove. No matter what you may think here is one oil stove that wj 1 cook or bake perfectly. It is entirely different. Tbe Red Star burners are the secret of its remarkable efficiency. They are wickless. They gener ate gas from kerosene or gago | lene. They leave no odor or I smoke and give 19 hours of per fect heat from each gallon of fuel This perfected burner makes the Red Star equal to any city gas-range—in efficiency, cleanli ness and in economx. Come in and see it io Operation It will give you-.a new under standing of- what yo i can accom plish with this ml ve. Valor* Hardware Co., Agent?