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VOL. 10 I "CClfc of i (Cltmntnp Uella CARROLL BROWM, CASHIER Save For A Purpose CAVING MONEY is worth while, for it makes every day profitable to you. But first of all have an object for saving— set a goal for yourself. You have an am bition—an education, a home of your own, capital to start in business or for invest ment. Start saving with a definate goal. Your savings will grow when you have a plan. Then, too, as you go o nn>, the compound interest earned on your money will help you reach your ambition in a shorter time. Capital and Surplus $27,5000 £^£>- XIOOOOOOOOOOOOOCtOOOOCKXXXXXyOOCIOOCXXIOCtCIOOCIOOCXXXXXXIOO | LOOK HERE:! I SOMETHING SPECIAL’ I FOR M C ! SATURDAY, November 26th On ThU Date Only, We Are Going j To Offer For Sale To Our j Customers A Good *Ss5 j p“> UG 85Cts 11 The Store Where You Always Find < Good Bargains < VALOREHDW. CO OHEYENME WELLS. - - COLORADO j aoooooooQoooooooooooooocxxxxjoocxxxxxxxxxxioooooooooa Coal - Lumber = Paints ~ We Are Headquarters For the Famous Moffatt and Harris Routt County Coal Lumber Wc cheerfully furnish estimates on all bill of lumber, j Price in line with quality ! ■ Paint Your Buildings With Mountain & Plain \ Guaranteed Paints j Chas. Eichenberg’er j The Cheyenne County Lumberman < Office phone ’ • Residence phone 11 j CHEYENNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1921 Armistice Day Cele bration At Arapahoe Friday morning, M ovemher 11, the Until an v.-'i"..’!!' . Arm [lsticp day <la»nerl clvar ,nd j i eautiful for Arapahoe - its j surrounding territory, A ! the u-ual hou'', tbe spb.vil | hussp-- heir in to arrive with their 1 full (luota of children, IkO strong j all dressed in their “Sunday best” prepared for ad.n ofeeloiiraii n Tile morning was given enti**e j l\ over to the sph mi rln'ilren’s I program, which opened with a prayer liy Kev. Lawrene , local Presbyterian pastor, I he pro gram lasted three hours, and was very ably rendered 10 an over flowing house, not n e than one third of those present being able to obtain even standing room within. Each number is worthy of special mention, from the Primary to the High School and reflects very creditably upon the training given them by Prof. Leatherwood, an I his able corps of teachers. After the morning program all repaired to the Manual Training building where the barbecued b«*ef previously prepared In Prof. Hildebrant. Manual Arts instruct or and his Boy Scouts, under l he supervision of Mr. Paul Meyer, of Kit I'aisop, was “m ne to a turn”, and was soon being deftly -erved to the hungry ctowd by I Mrs. Gladwell, teacher of Domes-! t'c Ails, and the high school girls assisted by the good ladies of the community. Immediately following dinner 'he boys basketball team played a return game with the eskan team. At the end of the first half the local team was in the lead, but the end of the last half showed a victory for the visiting team. | The Cheyenne Wells band was on hand and rendered excellent music during the entire days pro- ! gram. Because of the great crowd and the fine day, the afternoon program was given from the steps of the High School building and the eager crowd listened with great interest to the addres ses given by Miss Catherine Craig, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Dr. Bar rot of the University at Boulder. Each were loud in their praise of the progress made in the ad vancement of education and school interests in this part of the state, and gave words of encouragement for the future. A number of other visitors present were called uron for short talks, those responding be ing Prof. Vickers, of the consoli dated schools of Weskan; Prof. Graves, Superintendent of the Cheyenne County High school; Prof. Mann, of Wild Horse; Prof. Leathers ood, of Arapahoe; Mr. Geo. Clossan, of the high school board, Mrs. Thos. Johnstone and Miss Nickerson, ex-county Super intendents, and Mrs.' Weir, pres ent county Superintendent Each gave words of encouragement upon the great possibilities for the school." of Arapahoe and the county, "id commended those for the work already completed. The hand 'ten led the way to the new school building followed by the school children, visitors and patrons. There Miss Craig in a few well chosen remarks, deposited the treasure box, and laid the cornerstone, thus bring ing to an end “a perfect day”. Neighbors and friends from surrounding towns and communi ties were there in full force, and it is estimated that between fifteen hundred and two thous and people took part in the days celebration. A D. Stoker made a bnsin-s j visit to Rockv I'' ll i<i this week. ] I. F. Jones is among those < from here who is attending the Masonic gathering in Denver. _____ I Mrs. 1,. K. Fi* pirps* ms to ‘ 1 iter Record to Rock Island, . 111 , where.she will he for some ; time. H. R. Lowrv. who has been a r -sklent of oheyto4ie county for a number of has moved to Union where \\t l\is purchased a barber shop. / \ Last. Saturday evening aboui filty friends and neighbors of Mrs. T. A. McMann gave her a , big surprise party at her home nortti of town A jolly good i time was < t.joyed by the crowd i in dancing, games and music. George Sherrod sold out his restaurant business at La Jun-a last week that he purchaseu re cently. George evidentain tin not like the bean business and could not get onto the hang of “shootin’ tnose buscuits” so de cided to quit the game. Mrs. J. L. Anderson was re leased from the local hospital the first of this week whither she had been ior the oast ten dais tiKing medical treatment. She d.-parted for her home at Kit i i Carson after spending a day or i two visiting with her friends in . this city. H. G. Horton, from the Arapa hoe neighoorhood. was abusi e.-s visitor in our city on Tuesday and among his transactions never overlooked the Record man. Harve knew that Christmas was getting close. Harve is another one of those fellows that seemed to know something about our little pig story and enjoys poking us up about it. I Earl Maddox, proprietor of 1 the Royal cafe is planning on ', making some changes in ms ■ place of business within the next ! ten da s or two weeks. Earl . was granted, a pool hall license 1 at the last regular meeting of 1 the town board and will now ’ change his resturant around some to make room for the pool tables. ,! D. E. Hoffman and wife r lurn i ed home the latter part of last . j week from Cheraw, Colo., whith ! er they had been for several days r'on a visit to Mr. Hoffman’s boy . hood chum and school nuite, Mr. I! L W. Strickler and his good r family. Mrs. Hoffman is the r owner of what is known to “us old timers” as the L. W. Wells i residence property. • Ward Ripley, Wm. McGinty ’ and John Forker returned home ' the last of the week from Denver, ’ whither they went to attend* the 1 Armistice Day celebration and I at' nd to other business matters. 1 Da i Ripley attended “Sarconies ’ college” while away and intends I to snow some of these old birds I who are familiar with the little ’ “pe. ball” that he can now make • it a undred and never but an 1 eye. This is intended as a warn k ing to the home guards. , e big soap isle held at Cur- J t Son’s store last Saturday was :i big success and caused , quite a liitle commotio" »niong | the guessers. Ttie idea was that ,| a person was to purchase acer , tain amount of soap which en titled you to a guess at the num | her of pins that was nlaced in a . bar of soap on display in the store, the one guessing the right i number, or fhe n- arest, received a full case of Luna soap. Mrs. I Tom Dwyer came to town with i her guessing togs on and made ■ her chanc read 299 and alien 3 the count wa- made this proved to be the right number. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS OF INTEREST I lit- Chcvenne Wells High and , Grade schools were well repie •aiied at the Corner-stone laving and m h ede i i the new scnta I 1 at Aranahoe. 1" "tnentie Science pp a wi‘■ i ve light ret reshments t ill ■ House warming of the i w i High School Friday afternoon. i liveryoiie is Invited. The l.ecture ('nurse is si ill he- < hind financially. The next utn i her is a lecture. “The Spirit of a Nation”, by Raymond B To - bert. The subject shout i . e interesting to every citizen of the United States. iVii.-'s Florence Kob, the Com- j mercial teacher, returned from Denver Sunday evening bring ing Martin Kob, her brother. 1 Martin has entered here for a short course in High School work iie has attended scaooi at holt i Collins, F'eparatory and Denver lug .school i Hie Cheyenne Wells High Seho. i incnestia is surprising us leilow students by its growth of i enthusiam. The High school i orcie Sira, with other high school i organization numbe. s will take ( part in the entertainment of the ( “Farents and Friends of the .. ig n School”, Friday Novemoer 18th. l'he walls I the High Sch ol building rang last Wednesday morning Irani the yells given by me students under the utile lead ership at eli master, George Bougnmati, in or of the C. C. H. S. I m— eiis were practic ed in order to install enthusia.-m enough into C. C. H. S., to win schejut . o i->ei ball games tn Thursday and Fi iday. The C. C. H. S. basket b. II sea- ii lias at last started. i he bn..- nave started as they ix p ct to finish the season, with Hying colors. Thursday the C. C. H. S. tigers defeated the Kit Cat son Wild Cats to the tune of 29-13. The game with Sharon Springs the toiiow mg day was a much faster game out we dare say it would not have been so close if our boys n .u not played the said Wildcats - pr ceeding day, the final score was Chey enne Tigers 23, nharon springs 19. The Cheyenne Welle Cubs, alias the Second leam, defeated Arapahoe by a 16 8 score on Saturday. These .»<« fine results for our boya, woo have been working under many disadvant ages. Why can not the C. C. H. S. win the tournament next spring? Let's everyone help by coming out to every game and letting the boys know we are right with them. The line up of the games wei« as follows: c. o. b. s. Wild c»u Nelson KG Kirk Woodrow LG Cuttler Mason C MerriU Dixon R F Cunningham Bvrns LP Rhodes C. C. H. S. Sharon Springs Nelson R G Frazier Woodrow LG Ward Mason O Barton Dixon R F Ledger Burns L F Hill C. W. S. T. Arapahoe Dutton R G Ambrosier Magwire L G O. Harmon ' Flickoy G Shaffer Paul R F K. Harmon Uoughman... .is K Alexander Farmers Social Farmers Union social at the Farmers hall Friday night Nov ember 25th. All farmers are n vited to come and bring heir friends. Ladies bring pumpsin 1 pies and sandwiches. Social committee No 35 Notes From District No. 7 Mr. Singleton, Ed and Harry Shedy went to Brandon Sm Oe . E Petty and W. S f T. Bair w as in Cheyenne Wells last Saturda . Mr. Elmer Kivit and Mr. Kilev Hillarn were in A'apalre Monday Mr. and M>» B. I). 1 in 11 visii en Miss Klorer.ee hailing Tues day.. There was a i omt crowd at the dance at W. s. T. Bairs last Sat urday night. H. E. Messic atnl Clrrence Anderson made a trip to Eads and Kit Carson Saturday. There will he a community din ner at the Waltman school house on Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ander son attended the barbecue 8k Arapahoe Armistice day. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson visited Mrs. Magwire in Chey enne Wells last Sunday. Mrs. C. T. Pfost who attended the Legion meeting in Kansas City and visited friends there returned home last w- r>. Earl Konecue, Vernon Wells, Chet Harris who sre shucking corn over on big sandy spent the week end at their homes. The many friends of Mr. John Rahe in this neighborhood were very sorry to learn that he had been hurt and hope he will soon be able to resume his work. Ask Nick about Dream Electro lyte. Nicks Battery Shop. M. E. Church Notice Revival meetings at the M. EL church commencing Sunday Nov ember 20. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m. subject “A Reasonable Teat” Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth League at 6:45 Preaching service 7:30 Hypo crisy Detected. The public invited to all these services. Let every Christian feel the responsibi ity of these services. Come. M. P. Dixon, Pastor Lyceum Course Next Monday evening Novem ber 21st, Mr. Raymond Tolbert will appear aa the second number of the Lyceum course. Thin in the only lecture of the eeaeoa and we are assured that he is • greet inspiration where ever he gee* The members of the community will miss a treat if they fail he hear this lecture. Elbert Pleeainger was taken hk the hospital in Denver the letter part of last week where he under went an operation for appsndieh tie. Word has been received here by his sisters that he is Ret ting along nicely. His sistey. Mrs. Harry Woods, aceompanud him to the hospital. With the assistance of a pair of crutches J. H. Rahe ia able to be out on the streets after taking the big fall from his new resi dence. Last Saturday morning Joe Morrell hud the misfortune of naving one of hia horses hurt pretty badly in a runaway. The 'earn ran into a big par that was standing on the streets and on* of the horses Vas cut on the ahoulder, the gash it was said, measured twelve niches long and 1 shout JWe inched, deep. We i were told that the injury waa tewed up and that the animal i waa getting along pretty gaud.