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Harness Races, Horse Races, Ball Games, Boxing, LMerry-go-rounds, Cheyenne County Fair, September 20-21-22-23
Cheyenne Wells Record 'Ol. 10 ®t|c Jsiank of (Efypgpmtr WpUh CARROLL BROWN, 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 £ss^ Fair Week The public is cordi / \ ally invited to our > « j store where we will : be pleased to show you the many bar gains we have to offer. \ *. Make our store your headquarters Wc Welcome Our Visitors to This City VALOREHDW. CO CHKVENNE WELLS. • - - COLORADO CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDC 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 J- Paint Your Buildings With Mountain & Plain > Guaranteed Paints •:* !; Chas- Eichenberger The Cheyenne County Lumberman <; twice phone 29 Residence phone 17 ; niW^^-tAAAAAnrvvwirvwvWVYVYYYVYYYYIfYYYYYYYYYYYY 1 Jig dance next Saturday night the White City hall. Every ly is invited. jiibin Outhrie is enjoying a it from hie brother. David, of riington, this week. Urs. Frank Williams was a n ver hound passenger the first the week whither she went business matters. ?he excavation work was start this week for the new elevat which will be built by a nver grain firm, '"he new Vator will be located just west the present one, on the prop s' formerly occupied by the CHEYENNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1981 old Park hotel. Mrs. L. Guthrie and Miss Anna Tuxhorn spent the fore part of the week in Denver. A. M. Yoder, of Arapahoe, is the proud owner of a brand new Dodge touring car purchased this week through the Hollen baugh brothers, of this city. Next week being fair week and desiring to have a little rest (?) we would like to ask our good correspondents if they can get their notes in the office a day earlier, in that way we will have a chance to meet you at the fair and enjoy it with jou. Cheyenne County And This City Are .Now Ready For Their Friends And Visitors With the Best of Entertainment The Cheyenne County Fair which will be held at this place commencing Tuesday of next wees, will be the banner fair of tastern Colorado and will sur pass for attractions the older fairs of this county. The race program and new features all during the day and evening will assure a record breaking attend ance without a doubt. Amuse ment for the young and old has been provided for by the associ ation. The program consists of pac ing races and trotting races for every afternoon, a running race of a half mile, five-eighths and three-eighths on different days, a two mile relay race each d°y and cow-pony races, novelty race musical chairs and potatoe races interspersed in this program, also fast ball games each day; big parades will open the cere monies each day. Each evening will mean a How To Raise Calves Well Worth While The first important factor in raising good healthy calves is breeding, and the second is the care thev receive before maturity. The proper feeding begins before it is born. Cows in a poor condition give birth to weekcalvee that are difficult to raise. A cow should be "dried off” at least six weeks before calving, when about to “freshen” she should be given a clean stall to avoid danger of infection. If there has been any white scours on the place the naval should be disinfected with tincture of iodine immediately after birth. The calf must have the first milk or colostrum, but may be taken from its mother on the second or third day. In case the cow should die in calving or dev slope disease, like garget or milk fever, whole milk from another cow should be sub stituted, and the calf given two or three table spoonsful! of caster oil Whole milk should be fed until the calf is two or three weeks old. Skim milk may be gradually sub stituted. It is of the utmost im portance that calves be fed the same amont of milk, at the same tempature, from clean buckets, at the same time each day. Never feed enough milk to quite satisfy hunger, sterilize the milk buckets which are used for feeding the calves, each day, the same as the milk cans. You can’t raise healthy calves by feeding several of them, of different sizes, in a trough. It is economy to feed calves in stan chions. asserts Geo. H. Glover of the Colorado Agricultural Col lege. They will spill less milk and cannot suck each others ears, which is detrimental. The fat that has been removed in skim rning may in a measure be substi tuted by adding a handful of lin seed or corn meal to each pail of milk. Calves will begin to eat hay and grain at an early age es pecially if they are in the same pen with older calves. The main thing in raising calves is cleanli ness, regularity and freedom from overfeeding. Mr. Jull, of this city received a message the first of the week stating that his son-in-law, H. B. Bush, of Bedford, Ohio, had been instantly killed while demonstrat second session for all visitors as the management has provided for dancing each < vening at the White City and Odd Fellows hall with a boxing program of excel lent merit for two nights of the ft>ir. There will be two picture shows esch nijiht vaudeville, ferris wheel, two merry-go rounds and other attractions. Everything will be conducted in the cleanest manner and the children can enjoy themselves as well as the grow ups. On Friday, the 23rd, a pure bred live stock sale will be held at the fair grounds under the direction of the Fair manage ment Cattle, hogs, sheep, horses and all pedigreed stock will be offered for sale to the highest bidder absolutely with out reserve, and here is the chance for all farmers and stock men to improve their herds. The sale will start promptly at 10 o’clock on Friday morning. ing one of bis own inventions of handling high voltage transmis sion wires, at the' plant of the New England Power company, of Worchester, Mass. Bush had been interested in electrical ex periments all his life and at one time held a position with *J)en ver as Assistant Manager. Another one of those fine band concerts next Sunday afternoon. The man who known all things is not poor, he is rich in conceit Henry Shubert was down from Kit Carson Tuesday taking in the city. Has anyone heard what become of the Kit Carson pastor, of a year ago? A. C. LaSalle, the Kit Carson Buick man. was a Cheyenne Wells visitor on Tuesday. Jas. Goodnight and family were Sunday visirors in Chey enne Wells from Kit Carson. Mrs. W. C. Schultz departed the first of the week for a short visit with her parents at Luray. Mo. X. F. Beidler and wife came down from Denver last Thursday evening to look after business matters. On Monday of this week sever al head of race horses arrived at the fair "rounds for our coming fair races. Mrs. Wm. S. Jull went up to Colorado Springs Sunday where she will spend several days on a visit with friends. J. F. Baber and Son, and H. A. Mockelman were both on the Denver market Tuesday with a car load of cattle each. Next Saturday we understand the contract will be let for the new clothing store building to be erected by Mr Guthrie and Mr. Koenig. J. K. Daniels has planned out I a good idea which will be of in terest to a great many people as well as a helpful one. He pro poses to conduct a free bureau of information along all lines and intends to specialise on the labor end of it. If you are wanting a man to work for you all you have to do is to see him, he’ll get you one; and, if you are out of work and want a job consult him and he’ll try and land you something. High School Opening Much as we regret to be oblig-. ed to do it, we are. compelled to postpone the opening of High School in Cheyenne Wells until one week - from next Monday, that will be the 26th day of Sep tember. We have the definite assurance of Mr. Mountjoy, the supervising architect, that he will see that the work is pushed along so that High School can begin at that time. Mrs. Mary Frye will manage the boarding department this year. Prices will be cut to the very minimum possiblk Furth er announcement will be made next week regarding rules and regulations. W. E. Graves, Principal Have Close Call Last Saturday evening as Mr. Val. Bueckerman, in company with another gentleman were returning home from a business trip to the north west part of the county met with a very pain ful accident when the Ford in which'they were driving, turned turtle two or three times spilling the occupants all over the road. When the party gathered them-, selves together it was found that Mr. Bueck«*man had received a fractured shoulder blade and a bad cut in mis foVehead while his companioif only got a good shak irg up. /Mr. B. Was taken to the sanitarium where'his wounds werb dressed and cpreq for after wbieh he was moved to his home where he is now resting as well aa could be expected. The Ford also went to the “hospital” where it now stands with its bay front all amashed in, the top torn off, and the fenders and body bent every which way. Buys Land Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Scott, of Campus, Kans., were in our city a couple of days this week on a visit to Mrs. Scott’s father, Ben Jennings, 'these folks have had a warm spot in their hearts for Cheynne county a long time and have always had a liking for a piece of our valuable land and having a tract in view, went out and looked at it. They were so well pleased with their inspec tion of the land that they decided to buy, so closed a deal for the same and will be back in the spring to take charge. Go To Burlington The Honorable Town Board went over to Burlington this week to look at the water system of that city'With a view of com pleting a little knowledge in're gard to the pumping apparatus thrt has recently been installed in their town wells It seems that they too, have been having the same trouble as our people in getting the water out of the wells and have recently got a new kind of pump that they Bay is giving good satisfaction, and our boys want to see it, and if it is as rep resented, tney will buy one for our wells. Millinery Opening Sept 15 New Fall Stock of ladies and childrens hats. Reasonable price. Mrs. Eva Herrick 25tf Please Notice The public is kindly request ed to muffle their cut-outs 90 automobiles while driving past the hospital. Just consider yourself in a dying condition and having to endure that noise 24-St Dr. Kauftnann No 26 NOYES-NORMAN SHOES At $6* TO Here’s an unusual value; you can’t help but see the advantage they offer in quality, style and value. Try them on $6.50 I also do shoe repairing ipe a satisfactory way. A trial will convince J you. EASTWOOD’S SHOE STORE CHEYZNNE WJXLS - COLO r»' "I II School Pays Are Nearly Here We are ready to fit oat the boys and gills in everything needed. Shoes, Shirts, Stockings. Underwear, Dresses, Suits, Overalls Percales and Ginghams for school dresses School - - - Supplies CURTIS & SON Wbw Yoa Bay a UttU Mora Far A LHUa Uh Cheyenne Wells, Colo All accounts due at the Royal Cafe must be settled for on or before September lot. Maddox Brother*. . E. J. Harris sold out his cor load of Horde last week like hot cakes and as a result had to make a trip to Denver Monday morninir to bring in a couple Of more that he has sold. Rev. M. P. Dixon, who has been assigned to Cheyenne Wells as pastor for the ensuing year is expected to arrive here the latter part of the week to take up his new duties. Ask Nick about Dream Electro lyte. Nicks Battery Shop. Short check artists are still very much in the lime light around this burg as was shown here the first of the week. If some of the merchants would take up the law and use it as it is written, there would be some chance of putting the quietis ta that kind of work, but as long as they let it go, they will have it ' to contend with more or less.