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Cheyenne Wells Record
loL. 10 ■ ®lje of A (Eljrgrttnr MpUb CARROLL BROWN, CASHIER I Save For A Purpose C AVING MONEY is worth while, for it makes every day profitable to you. But first of all have an objpct for saving— set a (foal for yourßelf. You have an am biiion—an education, a home of your own, capital to start in business or for invest- Start saving with a definate goal. Your savings will grow when you have a plan. Then, too, as you go along, the compound ■ interest earned on your money will help H you reach your ambition in a shorter time. ■ 52- Capital and Surplus $27,5000 ■ GENUINE INTERNATIONAL ? ■ HARVESTER REPAIRS $ ■ Look over your equipment now. See those worn ? ■ parts? Will they last the season through? c ■ How much will you save if you fix it now instead c ■ of waiting for it to give way in the field when sev- £ ■ eral men may have to quit work until the damage £ ■ is repaired? Suppose it throws you a week behind c ■ with your cultivating, or planting, or harvesting! g ■ You've had it happen. Are you going to let it hap- § B pen again? Or will you join the increasing host of C B fore handed men Who insure against such emergen- g B cies by making repairs before they are needed? £ B GAnd while you art about it. make your insurance S B secure, buy repairs for your I. H. C. implements g B that are made by the builders of the implements, H B thus getting the quality, fit and workmanship. £ I VALORE HDW. CO I H DHKYENf'E WELLS. - COUJUADO g BoocrxxxiocoocoooociooociococxxDooooooooocoooooooooooooc^ I Coal - Lumber jj I —Paints— j H We Are Headquarters For the Famous J R Moffatt and Harris ]5 I Routt County Coal I Lumber I We cheerfully furnish estimates on all bill of lumber, J ■ Price in line with quality * I Paint Your Buildings With Mountain & Plain |2 I Guaranteed Paints « I Chas- Eichenberger j: I The Cheyenne County Lumberman E Office phone Residence phone 17 £ John Borron, who has the con duct for building the new elevat >r in this city, spent several lays in Omaha on business mat ers returning home the last of he week. Olie Acre, on his way from Wyoming to his heme in Illinois, 'topped off in our city between trains last Friday for a few hours visit with his old friends, Mr. tnd Mrs. W. E. Beltz. While we were talking about the building going on around her.., CHEYENNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1921 we also might add that Mrs. C. A. Magwire has been decorating her little home on Main street, with an interior fixin’ up. J. H. Bidinger and wife of Wakeeney, Kansas, passed through last Tuesday morning enroute home after hav ing spent a week or so up at Eaton, Colo , on a>, visit to their children. They were accompan ied on the trip by Mr. G. W. Walker, of Arapahoe. Advertise your sales in our paper Goes To Hospital In Denver R. B. McCrumb. who had not been feeling the best in the world for the past two weeks concluded to consult his physici an on Saturday in regard to his ailment and upon examination, it was found that he was suffer ing from appendicitis. Accom panied by his physician, R. B., departed Sunday night for Den ver where he was admitted to the Rocky Mountain hospital and on Monday evening was opperat ed for his ailment. Wednesday morning his father received a letter from the hospital stating that, R. B., was getting along nicely. Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church Next Sunday, November 6th, regular services will be held in he Cheyenne Wells school build ing Sunday school 10 a m. Confessional service..10:30 a. m. 3 rmon 10:45 a. m. You are cordialiy invited to come and worship with us. Rev. Bunde Skov. Fred Goodier was down from Wild Horse the first of the week on business marters. Mrs. Nels Larson returned home Monday evening after hav ing spent several days in Denver visiting with relatives. The primary Sunday school class will give a bazaar at the Cheyenne County Land company office on Saturday, November 12. The Southern Jazz Hounds went over to Burlington Monday afternoon where they had an engagement to play for the big Hallowe’en ball that evening. They reported a big crowd rt. the lance and that the dancers liked to work the stuffin’ out of ’em. FIRST VIEW The telegraph gang is station ed here at present. Miss Alline Patterson spent Sunday with Bernice Dwyer. The John Ekhoff family drove to Lamar a week ago Sunday. Miss Nellie Stansberry was an over Sunday guest of home folks. John Pauls has leased the Jor dan section which he will sow to wheat. Mr. Derry and son Chester, were county seat visitors on Monday. Peter Halde and son John, were business callers ai, Arena Saturday. The H. L. Baggs family were guests at the Joseph Dwyer home on Sunday. Ed Craine moved to town last week in order to be near his work on the section. Mrs. Spilman and daughter Emma, we.e First View business visitors on Wednesday. Mrs. Towner went to Kansas City last Saturday evening to spend the winter with her daugh ter there. Mr. and Mrs. John Driscoll re turned from Denver Fridry even ing where they had been called by the death of his uncle. Mesdames Montgomery and Hoops, of Schuyler, Nebr., D. W. Hart Jr., of Akron, Colo, John Hart, of Fremont, Nebr , and Saul Hart, of Albion, Nebr., were arrivals last week, called here by the serious illness of their aged father, D. W. Hart, who is no better at this writin Building Active In Cheyenne Wells A little strole around our pro gressive little city the first of the week revealed very much activity in the building lines, both in business houses and resi dences. The first we come to is the new garage building of the Harris Motor company, joining us on the west This building is a brick structure, seventy-five feet by one hundred and ninety and when completed will be one of the finest buildings of its kind be tween Denver and Kansas City. Around the corner on Railroad avenue, we found the new eleva tor of the Weir Grain company, of Denver, progressing nicely. This building now stands about forty feet high and still going up. Contractor Borton, informs us that he would not be a bit surprised if this company did not erect another elevator by its side as goon as this one is finished. Moral: '"his is the coming wheat country of this state and rinse grain dealers are wise to the fact Our next move was to the new up to date hotel building now be ing erected by Harry leming. Here we found the carpenters completing the rough work on the building This building we presume will be stucco finish as the appearance shows The plumbers were busily * ngagei in making the heating and sewe connections before the closing of the walls. In the completion ol this building Cheyenne Wells need never woiry about the com fort of her visitors in the future Over on Mclarne and Kelly streets we found the new Catho lic High School about completed This building is being erecteo out of concrete blocks and is a very neat appearing building. The outside work has about finished and the carpenters were busy putting in the partitions. Lathing and plastering was the order of business upon our visit to this institution this da\ Tins also is a mighty nice building On our return homeward we took a peep at the cute little bun"aio Professor Giav lt is hav ing built on McLant street This will indeed make a nice tittle home and we are laying awas> nights trying to figure out some scheme whereby we could call it our own. Looking out at the east end of Fenner avenue we can see the new home of J H. Rahe progres sing nicely. This home is being built of concrete blocks and will be a dandy also. Old Timer Here C. W. Ravin, another old tinier | of this county who has a home stead north and east of Arapahoe, i but now claims Chicago as bis stomping grounds, Was an ar rival in the cohnty one day last week. Mr. Rcvin/ still has a warm spot in hisjmart for Chey- 1 enne county and'eays that if the opportunity, prevails would again take up/his abode among us. Mr. R., is spending several 1 days here visiting among d time friends, making a few tew ones and attending to some bu t ness matters. The Chevenne Cowboy Band, on their way to Oakley, Kansas, \ stopped i ff here Friday evening j between trains. Learning Hint I the Ladies Aid wer having a! little Hallowe’en party at the hall the “Cowboys” made their way to the party where they too took a hand in the performance and rendered several of their snappy selections. The Aid of course, appreciated their kindness. i Wet Goods Merchant Grabbed By Law The latter part of last week a man by the name of R. W. Inale, who baa been holding out on a farm north of Arena, got <n bad with the strong arm of the law when he pulled into a garage up at Burlington with a keg that contained five gallons of “white mule” in his car. People wi o are making a practice of de tling in these wet goods had best be .in their guard —cut it out, as they are sure to be pinched and things will not go as easy aa i hey may wish it for them. Notes From District No. 7 Eldo Snyder is helping Mr. Bair stack feed. Elmer Kivett delivered hogt in Arapahoe Tuesday. Mr Hathaway is preparing to move down on his farm in Kiowa county. Mrs C. T. Pfost left Saturda' -vening to spend a few days in Kansas City. True Wilson. Chas. Martin and Nome Green were Sunday calleis at the Bail home, Mrs. Lester Selby receiveo wmd last, week of the death of her grandmother. A number from this vicinity attended a meeting over in Kans as Sunday evening. There wili tie aoance at S. W. Bairs Saturday night November 12th. Everybody invited. Charles Wilson is playing chore boy for Mr. Riggß while C. 0. is in Kansas City with cattle. The Rahe girls who are attend ing school at Cheyenne Wells spent the week end at home Harry Sheeley spent a few days last we- k visiting his unci- Jack Sheeley near Cheyenm Weils. The wind the past week »«.- very Hying to the windmill-, lecdstacks, nerves and tempeii of the iieightsirhtNid. The maq-uerade nance given mi the home <-t S. W. T. Bair Satur day night was very well attended there being nearly 100 present. There were some very amusing costumes and make ups present, Mutt, Jeff and Pat were notice able among the clowns, ghosts also the old witch and little red goblins. All present departed at a late hour declaring the mask ed dance a decided success. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS OF INTEREST Basket-ball practice is getting: down to real work. Soon both first teams will be chosen. The Library has received many valuable donations during the past week These are certainly appreciated. All the county High School teachers will meet at Kit Carson Saturday. November 6lh, to dis cuss the county high school work. P ul Suchland ’23 is again in school after a two weeks absence. Paul has been in Denver where he underwent a serious operation on his arm which was broken in an auio accident last spring. The boys in the ohysics class under the supervision of Mr. Ko.v Gravatt, the science teacher, are equipping the building through out with electric light fixtures. The High School hoys are getting valuable experience and saving the county High : School board a large bill of ex -1 pense. Jfo SS Laying Cornerstone At Arapahoe The people of the Arapahoe Consolidated School District up preparing a moat- appropriate celebration for Arn.i-tfce dap. A program by the achool will be gin at 9:S0 a. m., this will be followed by a short address by some member of the American Legion. Basket ball games and a barbecue. f After lunch Dr. Barrett, of the State Univermty. will deliver an address following which State Superintendent of Schools, Mrs, Katherine Craig, will lay the cornerstone of the new school building. The school board and teachere send a very cordial invitation to everycne to come and join then* in a day of rejoicing and good will. M. E. Church Notes Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sun day is the big day for the Boost er class. All our classes ar» growing. Preaching Services at II a. m. subject "Seeing the Invisible”. Junior League at 3 p. m. Let all the children c'ome, our league is growing and doing fine work. Epworth League at 6:45 p. m. Leader Miss Nickerson Preaching Services at 7:30 p mi The waisted gains of life. Monday night, Nov. 7. the- Rev. G. M. Henderson, the sup erintendent, of the M. E churcfa will preach and hold our first quarterly conference. Every body will want to hear him and you are invited. M.-P. Dixon, Pastor Ask Nick about Dream Electro lyte. Nicks Battery Shop. The Southern Jazz Hounds wilt give another oneof their popular nances at the I. O. O. F. halt next Saturday night. Born last Wednesday morning to Mr. and Mrspdfl A. Smith, a big baby boy. Dr\H C. Homer was the attending'physician. Jimmie Smith went up to Den ver last Friday morning on busi ness matters. He did net say whether he went to search for his good Sunday suit or not, but then we have a right to our Jbo lief. Mrs. John Burke, (nee Nelli* Cahill) was taken to the Kauflt man Sanitarium last Sunday morning for medical treatment. At the time of going to press w* are pleased to say that the lady is improving very nicely. A. C. Tonner, is the new pre scription clerk at theC. V. Rambo drug store accepted the position one day last week. Mr. Tonner is a practicaPman having had thirty years experience ha the drug business. The masquerade danqfi held yt the Odd Fellows hall- td>| IhO day night by the band hoys wan a big success, socially and finan cially. The full band played for the occasion during the first part of the evening and made quite a hit with the lovers of dancing, after which the regular band orchestra filled in the bal ance of the evening. August Tuxhorn had sort of a queer accident happen him last Tuesday evening as he was go ing home in his truck. No body knows and he doesn’t either, how : it all happened, but his big Rets. : Speed wagon blew up and to i make a clean job of it, burned ! up. The accident occured about i five miles east of town. The car -1 had some insurance carried on it ' in one of E. G. Hook’s companies.