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Cheyenne Wells Record
The Traveling Representative of Ewtern Cotodo and Cheyenne County fOL, 11 No 80 '3lt|c. jßanfe of (Pfrgrmtr MrUa CARROLL BROWN. CASHIER Progressive Banking That Keeps the Pace With Your Requirements i THIS BANK offers you every conven ience of modern banking methods, coupl •? ed with a cordial spirit of co-operation I —the earnest desire of our organization < ’ % •* *• a to help you transact your business | pleasantly and satisfactorily. Capital and Surplus $27,5000 ' J Make the Town A Trade Center A country town which has no isiitnes, no atheletic sports or 9 place of amusements that are ctn wholesome, is not likely to (tractive to the surrounding iral element. Therefore the erchant3 and the amusement en have one common interest, ml that is; make a trade center, et the people to come to town, nose and invite their attention >r future visits; secure the trade f the surrounding territory and revent it from going to the rger cities. Get together and everyone give leave on the wheel. Improve our town and encourage life in le town by promoting amuse ents. Some towns make the stake by suppressing them to limited degree. Remember at idle minds create indolence [LESTYODfORQET 1 A Reminder 1 ; That the Union Pacific Addition 1 Lot Sale Is Still On | We sold quite a lot of property, but you know that ® the Fair occupied the time and attention of the peo < pic so they did not take advantage of all the bargains eg 5 we were offering in the Union Pacific Addition Lot 25 | Sale, so as to give everybody a fair chance to buy m lots at the very low prices we have established, and sg which in addition for the NEXT TEN DAYS will >6c 5 allow an additional reduction of 25 FIVE DOLLARS and FIVE CENTS g to be EXACT on the list price of our lots. eg You will find Mr. X. F. Beidler, of Beidler &. <g Bckemeyer, owners of the Union Pacific Addition, Hg at the Hotel Fltminj, or at the Bank of Cheyenne 8B Wells, ready and willing to show you the lots, make you prices, terms, etc. We will sell you lots on the gg terms of $5.00 cash and Fifty cents a week until eg paid for. No taxes. No interest. No mortgage, jg But a great chance to acquire property and a home, m Remember the terms. Remember the low prices, eg and remember the additional discount of $5.05 per jg lot. Don’t delay, but see 88 Beidler & Bekemeyer | 5 as soon as you read this advertisemet, at the xj Bank of Cheyenne Wells, o r Hotel Fleming^ CHEYENNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO. THURSDAY. OCTOBER If, 1922 the plague before which empires fall. Avoid the fallacy of all talk about patronizing home industri es. Let it be known tha you are a lot of good fellows with the latchstring on the outside, fel lows who fight to the last ditch in politics but welcome the com petition of the world on cheap prices, quality and everlasting hustle, entrrprise and goahead progressiveness. Then you can bid defiance to the bugaboo of the parcels post and the threaten ed invasion of the big store mon opoly of the big cities. Sunday October 15th, will be Rally day at the M. E. church. Special music and program have b en prepared. The public is cordially invited. Wm. F. Kock. of St. Louis, Mo., arrived here the first of the week and has accepted a position at the Liberty Market. * City Fathers Hold Meeting Last Monday evening the city council held their regular meet* ing at the office of the city clerk and transacted their usual budget of business matters, allowing bills etc. A representation of the citizens of the east end of the city appeared before the meeting and asked the board to consider the extension of the city water mains two blocks further east and provide them with a Are plug in order that they may have protection from fire; they also asked for a couple of street lamps in that part of the city. After due consideration on the part of the different committees, the re quest of the petitioners were cheerfully granted by this body. First View H. S. Notes Glen’s birthday will be celebrat ed this month. We expect to have a birthday party each month We received the library of fifty books, any one may read them who asks Bertha Ekhoff, the lib rarian. Henry Mouse! has been trap ping this year and he caught a skunk on the school grounds one day last week. There are two boys who we hope will soon join us, Lorayne Williamson and Armond KelUng who are reciting on Saturdays. A play was given by the women of First View last Friday night October 6th, which was en joyed by all present Those who participated in the play entitled “A Parliament of Servants” were: Mrs. Elliott Mrs. Fry, Mrs. Woodrow, Miss Shy, Miss Ekhoff, Miss Mouse), Miss Spil man and Miss Patterson. After the play a Literary Society was formed. The follow ing officers were elected; Mr. Woodrow Pres., Mrs. .Elliott Sec'y and Tress. Mrs. Douglas was appointed chairman of the program committee. The next meeting will be held October 20th, each person will represent a country. He will give an ac count of his or her country and somthing that has happened late ly in that country. To The Public Inasmuch as it is practically a daily occurrence where patients come to my hospital thinking it to be a public charitable institu tion and that lam compelled to take such patients, and when they leave the institution make it a point not to pay, and inas much as it is a private institu tion not receiving one red cent from the city, and only at times through the courtesy of the county Commissioners, I wish the public to kindly take cognizance that I cannot run the institution under such circumstances. My help and various daily expenses must be paid in cash when due, hence I would kindly ask the public to please pay their honest bills. I have given all my col lections into a collector’s hands and wish no one to feel offended as I have no time to go out col lecting. Some that could pay de libertly hold back on some pre tense of some kind and I hope they will pay what is honestly coming to me, else I shall prose cute them to the full extent of the law. I thank the majority of my patrons for the courtesy and kindnesa shown me and I am ever ready to serve them night or day. Dr. A. J. Kaufman?? If the report is true that slim waists are coming in again, some of the girls are going to have trouble getting back. We Are Located In One of the Best Farming Districts of This State Grade School Notes Homer and Harry Smith have been dropped from our enroll ment because of their moving to Vernon. Our school is very proud of the new standing globe which arrived this week. Two sets of Junior classics have been added to our library. The pupils enjoyed Mr. Jones half hour of entertainment Mon day morning. The flag which was donated by the Scott Decorating company has been hung in the assembly room. The school is very happy over the begining of Manuel Taaining. Mr. Gudgel has taken hold of the work in a splendid way and the boys are anticipating much in the way .of athletics as well as regular manuel training work. Henry Schuber, the contractor, has this week started the curb work in front of the Farmer’s Union store and when completed we understand he will step across the street and complete the curb ing from the corner of the Bank of Cheyenne Wells to the old pool hall building, thereby com pleting that block. Sunday October 15th, High Mass and Conformation at 10 a. m Dedication of School at 3p. m. Public dinner at the auditorium of the school at 12:30 p. m. Everybody is sincerely welcome. Those who are going to meet the Rt, Rev. J. Henry Tihen, Bishop of Denver will kindly come to the school not later than 5:30 p. m. Friday. Mrs. R. L. Stormont was agree ably surprised one day last week to have her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorr, of Portis, Kansas, drop in on her for a few days visit. Mrs. Stor mont’s mother has not been feel ing the best in the world for some time and decided that this little outing and visit would do her good. Come on you High School girls, the Record is now prepared to supply your wants in card board of all kinds and colors—even black. A brand new shipment of board just received this week, also cards, envelopes, letterheads dodgers, shipping tags, state ments, wedding stationery and in fact anything you want in a printers line of goods. The big cities of the east and west didn’t have a thing on Chey enne Wells last week when it came to receiving returns of the world series ball games which were held in New York. Ray mond Tewell, of the Royal Bil liard Parlor had his wireless all hitched up and received the hot shots as fast as they were played and announced them to an eager crowd each day from his “office” window, announcing the balls called, strikes, and the batters in their regular turn. Some class to this radio stuff. In the proper column of this issue you will find the announce ment of Mrs. Amy Hill, Republi can candidate for County Super intendent of Schools. Mrs. Hill is not a stranger to any of us as she has resided in the county for a number of years and has been one of the successful teachers in our schools. Her qualifications as ah educator cannot be question ed and should she be elected to the office of Superintendent she will devote her entire time to the interests of the schools of the county. Read the Record at $1.60 per. Shell and Grind For I SEED and FEED g 1 ~ USE ~ 1 j McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES ! J You can be »ure of getting good, clean shelled corn J with a McCormick-Deering Corn Shelter i • i i It puts money in your pocket to grind your grain ■ • with a McCormick-Deering Feed Grinder ) ES Clean Work—Large Capacity—Sturdy Construction 8 85 Call and see them 1 [I VALORE HDW. CO [ I I CHEYENNE WELLS, - - . COLORADO I ims. i-yn l :t -°- Don Corliss left for Boulder last week for visit to his wife. ■ Do you happen to know any thing more industrious than an idle rumor ' Bernand Han-en made a busi ness trip to Pueblo the latter part of last week. Born Monday October 9th, to Mr. and Mrs. Burton Armstrong a daughter. The good cook generally mar ries the man who can’t provide the raw material. Mrs. B. C. Johnson left a few days ago for Dover, Colo., on a visit to her parents. R E. Goodnight and wife went up to Denver last Sunday morn ing to spend the week. Richard Woodfin left last week for Ft. Collins, where he will at tend school this winter. Many a person sits out on friendship’s limb and saws Ihe limb off with petty treachery. Dr. Murray will be in Chey enne Wells Monday mcrning October 16th, to 21st, inclusive. Roy Stalter went up to Denver Tuesday morning to bring home a Ford truck for the D & M Motor company of this city. Mrs. C. Rich of Stratton, Colo., is spending the week in Chey enne Wells on a visit to her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nelson. C O. D. Co i SPECIALS FOR Friday and Saturday I OCTOBER 13th and 14th ; ONE POUND BiUCING POWDER .10 ONE POUND COCOA 20 TWO OZ’S EXTRACT - - .25 GOOD BROOMS - - .40 OYSTER SHELLS • - • 1.90 CATTLE SALT, per cwt . .75 1 j Special Prices On Larger Lots M. DWYER, MGR | $1.60 THE YEAR Norman Hatcher, accompanied by Charlie Bailey and sister Mrs. ■ Frank Turney, left the first of week for Newman Grove, Nebr., for a visit to relatives and friends. Odd Fellows meet tonight. There will be a congregational meeting after eleven o’clock ser vices next Sunday in the church at Arapahoe for the purpose of voting on ministerial supply for ensuing fraternal year. J.A.J. The Cheyenne Wells Dairy & Manufacturing company an ounces that after next Friday (tomorrow) they will discontinue the delivery of ice, and tl.at if you want ice in the future you will have to call for it at the plant A newspaper is quite a bit dif ferent from any other line of business. When once establish ed in a good live, thriving com munity it goes on forever while other linen of business may come and go. The newspaper may change management occasionally but the same old paper is issued and read week after week and year after year. There is no use getting peeved at the editor. If he starves out, there is always some one to take his place. You may kill off all the editors you please, but when you come to kill off a well established newspaper you may just as well give up. for some day it is going to publish your obituary.