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■Harness Races, Horse Races, Ball Games, Boxing, Merry-go-rounds, Cheyenne County Fair, September 20-21-22-23
Cheyenne Wells Record VOL. 10 of (Elfrgpmtr Urlls CARROLL BIOWN, CASHIER There Is No Luck In Taking A Chance T£ YOU WISH-to have money ahead with which to do things, don’t wait for something to happen to make you rich. It’s too long a chance, and it doesn’t pay to wait. The luck that comes to successful men is the result of their own efforts. They advanced steadily in money matters through thrift You can follow the same plan Start an account for yourself. It’s the one sure way to advance. Capital and Surplus $27,5000 OOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC HAVE YOU SEEN THE BARGIN LIST we put out August 15th and did you take advaniage of them? If not, why not! Watch our bargain counters for the next few weeks and see this space for a date of our SPECIAL SALE of Enameled ware and Alumi num ware the sale will last but one day; watch announcement VALOREHDW. CO CHKYENMK WELLS, - - - COIXIRADO XMOCO3CX3CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX<XXXXXXXXXX 03CXXXX)OOC<XXXXXXXXXXX)OOOOOOC)COOOC)OCOCOOOOCOOOOCXX Coal - Lumber - Paints We Are Headquarters For the Famous Moffatt and Harris Routt County Coal Lumber We cheerfully furnish estimates on all bill of lumber, Price in line with quality Paint Your Buildings With Mountain & Plain Guaranteed Paints Chas Eichenberger The Cheyenne County Lumberman Office phone 211 Residence phone 17 ARENA NOTES Earl Piaree traded his cattle and Ford for a Ford truck on Monday. J. W. Towner was a business visitor in Denver the first of the week. Edward Wheeler left last Fri day for Great Bend, Kans., where Tie will stay with relatives and attend high school. R. W. Ingle i eturned last week from Yuma where he had been 'running a threshing outfit He \ CHEYENNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1921 reports threshing conditions not very favorable in that vicinity. Last Thursday a Dodge car was turned over between here and Kit Carson. The occupants of the car were-pretty badly injur ed and the car almost demolished J. W. Emerson and family are leaving this week for Longmont, their future home. Mr. Emer son sold his stock and crop to Harry Skog. Miss Hazel Gtllispie of Aroya, began her Lena of school at the Hogan school AM iss Eckhoff at the Wheeler /he\Misses Green at the Brown and Col lee and Mrs. Earl Pierce at Arena. FIRST VIEW Mrs. N. C Fete:son is on the sick list this week. Miss Minnie Ekhoff is teaching the Wheeler school. Miss Nellie Stansbury will stay at Ellios and attend high school. John Toner and mother were First View callers Friday even ing. Miss Lucille Woodrow is teach ing the lower Golden Valley school. The Woodrow, Lennox and Fry families ate watermelons at J. L. Mousels Sunday evening. Bernice Dwyer who spent the last month at Elliots went home Sunday to get ready for school. The Dwyer school postponed its opening for a week to wait for their last years teacher, Ben Glaizer. School started Tuesday of this week. The high school is taught by a gentleman from Denver, Mrs. A. B. Smith is the grade teacher. Lewis Songster, of Louisville, Kentucky, who is spending his vacation with his pal, W. J. Bellfy. is greatly taken up with the country. The Lennox, Elliot and Fry families, Bernice Dwyer and Bertha Ekhoff, and Messrs. John Paul and John Halde were en tertained at Dwyers Friday even ing. The D. C. Fuller family with the exception of Miss Clarice took in the fair at Rocky Ford last week. Angeline Ruck and daughter Pearl visited with Clar ice while the rest were gone. Millinery Opening Sept 15 New Fall Stock of ladies and childrens hats. Reasonable price. Mrs. Eva Herrick 25tf I ast Tuesday evening the county fair heads met at the court house and practically com pleted the program for the com ing fair and it sounds like one of the best that has ever been at tempted in this county. All the necessary arrangements hav.e been made for amusements for the young and old. Merry go rounds for the children, good harness races, running races, ball games, boxing and endless numbers of other attractions. The exhibits will exceed any thing ever put on both in agri cultural and stock, so make your plans figure out so that you can be with us on those days. John Nickolson. better known among us as "Nick” who eon ducts a battery shop at the Hoi lenbaugh B'os , garage, certainly "pulled the wool over the eyes” of his closest cronies in this city by slipping out of town in the month of July, going to Trit.idad where he was united in marriage on the 29th to Mrs. Stella Watson of that city. “Nick” left last evening for Trinidad where he will meet his wife and bring her to Cheyenne Wells where they will make their home. They will bring the little infant child of the ladys’ sister with them, the little one having lost its mother and father just recently. Boy, what the bunch will do to "Nick” when they find this out, won’t be small. Miss Minnie Bassett who at one time made Cheyenne Wells her home, but now a graduate nutse of St. Josephs Hospital of Denver, was operated upon . for; appendicitis at that institution! Saturday morning. Her many , friends here will be pleased to know she came through the oper ation alright and is getting fine. All members of 0. E. S. please attend the opening of Chapter on September 9th. Leta Trum bor, Worthy Matron. Ellen Beeterman has resumed her position as telephone operator here after having spent the sum mer with her parents near Long mont. W. A. Hatfield, from away up in the northeast corner of the county, was a business visitor in the city on Monday and while in town made this office a pleas ant call. Mrs. Jim Goodnight and child ren, of Kit Carson, visited the lady’s mother and sister, the Mrs. King and Mrs. Plumer, of the Commercial hotel the last of the week; Mrs Nets Larson and children who have spent the summer in Nebraska, visiting with relatives returned home the last of the week, so the children could re enter school. Mr. Davis, who had the con tract for plastering th 6 new school building finished his job last week and left with his fam ily Sunday morning for their home in Pueblo. Stanley Nispel, Carroll Brown and Don Corliss comprised a party from Cheyenne Wells who went down to the Lamar Elks entertainment at the Queen beach Monday afternoon. Geo. Pfalzgraff, who has been taking medical treatment at the Kaufmann Sanitarium for the past ten days, has recovered suf ficient! to return to his home at Wild Horse this week. Jennie Delaplain, one of the 1921 high school graduates, left the last of the week for Grand Junction, where she will make her home for the winter with an aunt and uncle and take a busi ness course; Mr. and Mrs."G. F. Baker, of the Cheyenne Welts bakery, de parted last ThursdaWvening for Fairbur.v, Nebr., Whither they went on a little recreation. Mr. Baker since coming to jour city has not been feeling his best, hence this vacation. Mrs. John Marlof and daught er-in-law, Mrs. Ed Marlof, south of town have been confined to their bed the week with tvphoid fever, but are slowly improving. Miss Wilma Stanley of the Co-Operative store went out fer a few days to help care for them. John Gilispie and daughter. Miss Hazel, were down from Arova Thursday afternoon at tending to business matters and while in our city made this of fice a pleasant call. Chas. Fox, of Wild Horse, accompanied them on their visit and he too. blew in to tell us hello. Glad to see all of you, come again. Tourists traveling westward now from Joplin, Mo., to Denver would have a mighty hard time now getting lost. Just last week the H & H marking was complet ed from Joplin to Cheyenne Wells and is one of the best ever put on the road and when you see it you will agree with us. A supper will be served at the Royal cafe on Wednesday even irg. Sept. 14th, at 7 o’clock for all Rebekahs attending the school of Instruction on that afternoon. Secure your tickets not later than Monday, as we mußt know the number expecting to attend. Tickets on sale at Eichenbergers lumber office. Price sl. Fitzsimmons & Wilkinson who have been running an adv in this paper in regard to the sale of Kanrad seed wheat, were call ers at this office the first of the week and ordered the adv discon tinued simply because “we had sold ’em out”. Mr. F. informed us that he had disposed of some thing lixe 1900 bushels of that good wheat in Kit Carson and Wild Horae through the help of this adv—Moral—An adv ip the Record will help you too. AROYA CITY NEWS School openeHythiß morning with Miss Gertr/jHe Meyers as teacher. Helen and Edna Gillispie went to Denver Sunday to attend school this winter. Mrs. ffm. Smith is on the sick list. Dr. McConnell was called to visit her last Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Paulson and children spent Sunday even ing at the Hayward home. James Holman left Sunday for Mattison, where he is employed in the Dr. Gray coal mine. Kader Patterson left Tuesday for Colorado Springs to attend the deaf and dumb school at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Sbdelke moved to Aroya SaturdajA Mr. S. will teach the Rosoper school south of town. Norma Gene Beeler, of Wild Horse, is visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gillispie, of Aroya. Mrs. J. K. Bolum received a message from South Dakota say ing her mother of that place was seriously ill. Willie Talladay, of Aroya and Bradford George of Wild Horse, attended the fair at Springfield the past week. Min Helen Dodds, from Mich* igan, who has been the guest at the Bledsoe ranch, left Tuesday morning for Denver. Mr. Townsley. from Colorado Springs, was in Aroya three days last week selling mine stock in the Dr. Gray mine at Mattisor. Miss Marie Moran went up to Hugo Monday to see the doctor, she having a slight attack of blood poisoning in her hand be ing caused from a needle. John Gillispie, Chas. Brown, Bert George, L E. Bateman amt Mr. Stewart, were in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday having a talk with the road commissioners. Mrs. Miller and daughter. Miss Gladys, arrived at Aroya last Saturday from Mountain View, Mo. Miss Gladys will teach school at Wild Horse this year. All accounts due at the Royal Cafe must be settled for on or before September Ist. Maddox Brothers. E. B. Mason and family of Arena, were invited to the home of Herman Beek’s to an ice cream social on last Saturday evening. The social was planned by the members of the Beek Sunday school of which the Masons were former members. Other Sunday schools were invited and nearly a hundred were present. After ice cream and cake were served homliest man and the prettiest Irdy were voted for, and was an interesting affair. At a late hour Mr. C. T. Pfost presented the proceeds of the evening to the Mason family, amounting to al most $37.00. Ask Nick about Dream Electro lyte. Nicks Battery Shop. After spending a couple of weeks in this city on a visit to their sister, Mrs. T. O. Ramsland, the Misses Lilah and Margaret O’Connor departed for their home in Sacred Heart, Minn., la.t Tuesday. Please Notice The public is kindly request ed to muffle their cut-outs on autoihobiles while driving past the hospital. Just consider yourself in a dying condition and having to endure that noise N-$t Dr. Kaufimann No 26 NOYES-NORMAN SHOES At $6- 50 Here’s an unusual value; you can’t help but see the advantage they offer in quality, style and value. L Try them on I $6.50 I I also do shoe repairing in r a satisfactory way. A I trial will convince 9 you. ft EASTWOOD’S SHOE STORE CHEY2NNE WZLLS - COLO School I Days | Are Nearly Here We are ready to fit out the boys and girls in everything needed. Shoes, Shirts, Stockings, Underwear, Dresses, Suits, Overalls Percales and Ginghams for school dresses School - Supplies CURTIS & SON Wta. Yw Bay a Link Mar. Far A Link Uh Cheyenne Wells, Colo The local Board of County Com missioners returned home last Sunday evening from a triple Cripple Creek where they went to attend a meeting of the Fifth Highway Commissioners AssV. which was held in that city Sat urday. The gentlemen state that the meeting was full of enthus iasm and that in a short time the highways in this state will be completed clear up tc the clouds —Gene Akerly does not antici pate making any more tripe "higher up” with the flivver, at least. The County High school in Cheyenne Wells will open for en rollment on Monday morning the 19th, of September. It is now practically certain that we shall have a boarding department where pupils can get board afc cost It will be of great assist ance if those desiring board will either see me or write. During the day time I can be found at the grade building formerly es eupied by the High School i*d« grades togsthse. W. B. Graven.