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Cheyenne Wells Record
The Traveling Representative of Eestetn Colored, end Cheyenne County IfOL. 11 No 28 of UrUr, CARROLL BROWN. CASHIER Progressive Banking That Keeps the Pace With Your Requirements I«-:* v THIS BANK offers you every conven- Y , * ience of modern banking methods, coupl | ed with a cordial spirit of co-operation !' X —the earnest desire of our organization X to help you transact your business pleasantly and satisfactorily. 1 Capital and Surplus, $27,5000 Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners I Cheyenne Wells, Colo. September, sth, 1922 of County Commissioners of Cheyenne County Colo., met as per ished in the county newspapers as a Board of Equalization with the j members present: Waltfer Ramsay, Chairman; J. W. Shy Com r, there be no claims presented, the day was spent in auditing claims the county, and attending to various matters of correspondence, ion, adjournment taken until nine o’clock A. M. September Oth, 1922 , E. 11. Akerly. Clerk Cheyenne Wells, Colo. . September (sth, 1922 of County Commissioners met as per adjournment with the following present: Walter Ramsay, Chairman; J. W. Shy and Anton I. John* missioners. Minutes of previous meetings read and approved, eting came to order as a Board of Equalisation, several letters to 1 regarding the lowering of assessments were presented and refered sessor. Thereupon came up for hearing, the application of C. K. D. Shilling and C. O. Pox for cancellation of the interest and penal on account of delinquent and unpaid taxes for the year of 1921. oard being of the opinion that such action on their part ut this late Id in justice have to relate back to several hundred schedules, and nxpayers who have already paid delinquent taxes would otherwise ng an injustice, did thereupon adopt the following resolution by a is vote, that HAS, any action at this time which would rebate and refund to tax e interest already paid on delinquent taxes now delinquent and un ild seriously Impair the finances of the county and, HAS, a cancellation of such interest due from applicants without be ved up by a general refund would be unjust to the taxpayers who ady paid their taxes. JFORE, Be It Resolved, that the application be, and the same is euied. its were drawn in payment of the following bills. Ordinary revenue fund Johnson Commissioner’s salary and expenses $ 90 00 y “ “ “ 91 40 Ramsay “ 41 14 91 70 Johnson Commissioner’s expenses 22 50 •re Assessor’s salary 150 00 , Yore Deputy Assessor’s salary 75 00 •imble Dep. Clerk and Recorder’s salary 125 00 Owens Assistant’s salary 75 00 d Sheriff’s sulary 150 00 srly Clerk and Recorder’s salary 150 00 Stamped envelopes 22 88 sher Co Ribbon cupons 18 (K) Co. Tel. Co. Phone rent and toll 20 15 dw. Co. Supplies '. 29 05 County News County printing -58 10 henberger Coal for Court House and Jail 702 49 Jdfln Drayage * 00 Son Janitor’s supplies 9 75 | Criming Co. Assessor’s books 282 60 okel B. B. & L Co, Office supplies 28 49 erly Auto hire Burlington Highway meeting.... 11 70 srly Freight, express and telegrams paid 25 00 ills Dia. Mfg Co. Supplies for Court House 8 05 Wells Record Office stationery 800 Crowley Boiler inspection *>oo ifmann Vital Statistics 8 ner Glass for Court house and Jail 34 95 Ginty Janitor’s salary and laundry for C. II 127 »5 Co. Examination paper for teachers and su plies for janitor 2119 Ison Clerk of Dist. Court salary 60 00 Weir Supt. of Schools salary 125 00 Weir Mileage for Aug 21 00 Strachan Diet. Atty’a fees and Steno fees July Aug. 43 80 Baggs Right of way purchase 52 40 ikow “ “ " “ 7420 vman *• *• “ 14 I®3 00 CONTINGENT FUND s A. Brakeman Justice fees 0 *° POOR Fund • J * Kaufmann Medical aid and treatment for pauper 83 50 COUNTY ROAD • J.Blebert Labor on bridge 130 00 ; A. Rhodes Viewing * • J. McGinty * Labor (assigned by J. M. Magwire) 4o 50 • B- Pendleton Blacksmithing 1-JOO • A. McMann Culvert J? ftStaMhu,), Dragging ■ 0- Biding,, Labor 67 00 ■ ”• Jonea Labor on bridge 40 o 0 on Wolf .. ■■ •• :... 37 30 oe Magwtrn •• “ •• 28 60 °* la E. Wyant Labor on road 22 00 CHEYENNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1922 County Fair Going On Aa we go to press the bip Cheyenne county fair is going on in full progress and /promises to be as good as ever/seen in thr county. The agricultural exhib its, the stock departments and the school displays, are by • far the best that has Been shown here in many years. We are un able at this time to give much of a report of the program being carried on but next week will describe some of the incidents. Next Friday morning, at nine o’clock the Valore Hardware company are going to give away absolutely free, a “Wonder” washing machine. It requires the signature of the “heads” of every family to a free ticket on a chance to run the machine. Nows your chance men for a job. FIRST VIEW Miss Minnie Ekhoff spent the week end at' home. The A. B. Ross family were in town Monday. Miss Mildred Shy spent the week end with home folks at the Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Diller spent Sunday at Lowe’s. The D. C. Fuller family were at Cheyenne Wells on Friday. A large number from this vicin ity took in the dance at Shuberts Saturday night. O. E. Spilman is crippled up •las. T. Hogan Transportation of Commissioners 10 8(1 Lawrence Kibbee Labor 11 15 Paul Giebler Removing weeds J* 00 W. D. Coo Surfacing 29 00 H. A. Clemana Dragging .* 9 00 Woodrow-Selndler Co. Bridge material 05 00 11. J. Slebert Auto hire : 000 Howard Shy Surfacing 29 00 C. R. Hammond Blackamlthlng 11 30 S. VV. T. Bair Labor 33 00 C. Ardery Grading "0 00 Joe Dwyer Grading Oils 1(111 50 J. H. Helget Installin(f culverts 44 00 Norman Hatcher ** “ 32 45 Denver Steel A Iron Wks Steel I beam 23 3" A. O. LaSalle Viewing 0 80 M. H. Fletcher “•••• 4 °0 C. O. Riggs Grading tills 30 80' E. B. Mason .“ “ 38 50 Albert Tuxhorn Labor on bridge 50 00 W. G. Walker Labor on road 58 50 H. P. WiUon & Co Respire for grader.. 3 91 J. C. Dieckman Dragging 18 50 State Highway Dept Road tools 131 50 W. F. Sliulkey Supplies 12 20 A. C. LaSalle Repairs to machinery 32 15 J. A. Ostblom Road expense . 4 53 v. E. Yeyser Labor 12 50 Clirls Larson “ 12 50 Win. Belts Labor on bridge 58 50 W. F. Williams Labor on fills 119 95 N. C. Nelson Labor #4 80 W. G. Aaniels Repairing 2 85 Joe Dwyer Grading tills 290 00 STATE HIG 3WAV NO. 32 S A Whitsoll Maintenance 5 42 15 Johu A Ostblom Patrol ,0 ° 00 Mountain Motors Co. Repairs 5 10 O L Nelson do 40 04 J I Case T M Co. do 19 00 Con Hogan Patrol 105 56 Smith A Sons Mfg Co Repairs for grader .3 12 Luther Taliafero Patrol 102 04 .1 W Ettioman Expense » 612 CJias Eichenberger Material 8 42 RC Peppers Co Repairs 14 00 JlCaseTMCo do 4 30 J W Ettleman Patrol 100 00 John Hankins Labor 20 CO Aug Vejgin Insulting Culverts 12 50 j c Ramsay Labor on bridge 103 00 JL Miller do 100 00 W F Shulkey Supplies 24 40 Albert Tuxhorn Patrol 3153 Harris Motor Go Repairing 23 11 A C LaSelle do 135 John A O.tblom Rond Expenses 10 44 H W Moore A Co Dreg blades 18 00 Howard Shy . “ 5? Viigil George Bridge Work 62 20 Cletia Beavers Labor 24 50 Clark Wright do II 4 a Lloyd Smith do j* 0o Vernon Nordic do 11 00 W D Coe Maintenance Ho oU James Nash Motor Oo Repairs 10 96 VE Keyset - Labor 8 00 Chris Larson do _8 00 D E Beavers do " ou Chae McNeeley Hauling adobe 9 35 R P Morrison Bridge construction 3919 46 WF Williams Hauling 18 80 (Continued to inaldo pagea) We Are Located In One of the Best Farming Districts of This State the result of falling from a wind mill last week. Chester went home to help the boys with the fall work. Friends of who was Miss Mable Garvic, Received an nouncements lastNeeek of the birth of a son at their home'in Washington. The H. Elliott family and Mrs. Towner returned oh Wednesday from a trip to Boone, Colo., where they visited with Mrs. Towner’s nephew. The Patterson family entertain ed the following last Sunday, the Tom Dwyer family, Misses Cody Diller and Alline Patterson, and the Messrs. J. P. Halde Hershel Phillips, W. C. Gerkey Fred Lew is and Ike Baughman. Last Friday morning Frank Loebe, one of the mechanics at the D & M Motor company, had the misfortune of having to “take the count” in around with a tractor which resulted that Frank hact to.go to the hospital for medical attention. Though a little disfigured, hio afm in a sling, Frank is able to be on the job again looking after the minor wants of the patrons. , In this issue of the Record will be found the announcement of Mr. Rhee A. Pfost. Democratic candidate for the office of County Treasurer and who is seeking re election to his present office. Mr. Pfost is a man who is well deserv ing of your support for his re election, he has made a record for himself as an efficient officer and one whom we should be proud of. s*-?- "?nii ■ nßb-jfeJ iw rfri i i jiry ~xi '. j During Fair Week 1 m&em sexeaaa \ P MAKE OUR STORE ! | YOUR HEADQUARTERS Wwwwww I. H. C. Service - - Repairs | J See S. S. COBB, For Prices [1 VALORE HDW. CO | CHEYENNE WELLS, - - - COLORADO E fr-Ar...' rtri - -<-« l Read the adv of the V. E. Coyn er hardware in this issue. Find and read Bert Herricks advertisement in another place in this issue. Chris Livoni came down from Denver the first of the week to attend the fair. The Scott Decorating company has sure dolled up our city fine this week for the big fair. Wm. McGinty was called to Denver the first of the week on account of the death of his daughter-in-law. Mrs. Frank Kennedy and the children departed on Friday ol last week for Colorado Springs where they will make their future home. It will pay you to read the Rialto theatre programs in the future you may have a free pass to the show —watch for youi name. Henry Schuber. the cement man, completed his job at the court house this week of laying the new side walks and they are dandies. Delos Curtis has the excava tion for the basement of his new home completed and this week Henry Schuber is putting in the big foundation. Mrs. V. E. Coyner returned home last Friday afternoon after having spent the past two weeks on a visit wKh her mother at Colby, Kansas. Mrs. L. Joffe returned home the first of the week from St. Joe, Mo., where she has been spending the past two weeks on a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Piatt, ac companied by Mrs. Fred Blake and daughters, made a short visit up to Colorado Springs the latter part of last week, reluming home in plenty of time to attend the full program of our fair this week. Speaking of capable men for officers in this county, we carry in this weeks issue, the name of Mr. Walter Ramsay, who is the Republican nominee for Commis sioner from District No. Two. Mr. Ramsay has been Commis sioner from his district for the last term or so and has always been an honest man in all his dealings, he has worked hard at all times for the interest of his county and his record as an official is as clean as a school boys slate. This is the kind of men to have in our public offices and the men we should support. $1.50 THE TEAK Mr. D. Anderson was a caller at this office on last Thursday and enrolled his name as a reader of this (treat family journal for the next fifty-two issues. H. E. Davis, manager of the Manhattan Cafe, Bpent a few hour 3 in Denver Monday laying in a supply of eats for the big fair rush, and from all indica tions, he sure had the right hunch. Wm. Moldenhauer went up to Denver last week to have a dent ist look after his "kitchen furni ture" and put them in shape to grind up a few iT-hones this winter. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Dr. Sapero, the Denver Special ist will again be in Cheyenne Wells at the Commercial Hotel, Thursday, October sth. Consul tation and examination free. Don’t miss it—the demonstra tion of the Majestic range at the V. E. Coyner hardware store all next week. A factory expert will show you how the range is made and you will see why it has won its title as the range with a reputation. Also take a look at the free set of cooking utensils that go with every range sold. The Rebekah lodge will cele brate their anniversary on Mon day evening. October 2nd, all Rebekahs and Odd Fellows and families are invited to come and enjoy an evening of games and refreshments. The Colorado Springs “Good Will Tour” bunch arrived in Cheyenne Wells last Thursday morning as was advertised, and Cheyenne Wells was “Johnnfr on the job" to greet them, having the band out and a number of “good speakers" in waiting to address them. Through some . hook or crook the “good will . bunch” left their program be hind them—probably Burlington , —as it appeared to us all they were in for was the eats and the reception. Call again boys. John I* Lee, the Democratic . aspirant for the office of Sheriff , of Cheyenne county, made this office a pleasant call the first of the week, ordered a few candi date cards and placed his an , nouncement in this freat family ' journal. Mr. Lee stands for ; "law enforcement” and says if . he is elected to the office of ' sheriff, will abide by the laws | and obligations he takes upon , his oath as an offices. A vote far , Mr. Lee then means “law enforce I ment”. Mr. Voter it is up to you Read the Record at 9LBO par.