Newspaper Page Text
Cheyenne Wells Record
The Repieynmive ot te„.„. Coloudo Md Ow* C«,„, y SOh. H No 81 ®ljc of (L*lti'tJrunr Hpllh CABWOLL- BROWN, CASHIER Progressive Banking That Keeps the Pace With Your Requirements JWJ THIS BANK offers you every conven ience of modern banking methods, coupl || ed with a cordial spirit of co-operation —the earnest desire of our organization to help you transact your business pleasantly and satisfactorily. !**•:: Capital and Surplus $27,5000 Proceedings Of the Board Of County Commissioners Cheyenne Wells, Colo October 2nd, 1922 Board of County Commissioners of Cheyenne County, Colorado, met per* sot to adjournment with the following members present:—Walter Ramsay, Airman, J. W. Shy Commissioner. The day was spent in auditing bills and attending to various matters of mtpondence. WHEREUPON, adjournment was taken until nine o,clock A. M. October 3rd lest: K. H. Akerly, Clerk Cheyenne Wells, Coio. October 3rd, 1922 Board of County Commissioners met as per adjournment with the following mbers present:—Walter Ramsay, Chairman, J. W. Shy and Anton I. John o, Commissioners. The following bills were allowed and warrants drawn payment teereof: ORDINARY REVENUE FUND Idred Plesslnger Assistant's salary for September I 51 85 H. Johnson Judge’s salary 100 00 mice Plessinger Deputy Treasurer’s salary 90 00 A. Pfost Treasurer’s salary 150 00 C. Nelson Clerk of Dist. Court salary 60 00 . E.Ybro Assessor’s salary 150 00 rths E. Yore Deputy Assessor’s salary 75 00 orence Owens Assistant’s salary 37 50 ittie Trimble Dep. Clerk and Recorder’s salary 125 00 . J. McGinty Janitor’s salary and laundry 127 70 titer Ratnsay Commissioners salary and expenses 65 10 H. Akerly Clerk and Recorder’s salary 150 00 H. Akerly Paid out-for freight and postage 6 51 H.Johnson , Legal services 125 00 W. Shy Commissioner’s salary and expenses 86 40 Uiooal Surety Co. Premium on bond of Clk. of Dist. Court.... 25 00 oodrow-Shindler Co. Material for repairs for court house 25 95 11 and Son Plumbing at jail 4 85 irt Wood fin Drayage 1725 ayenne County Tel. Co Phone rent and toll 20 70 t Brown Sheriff’s salary 150 00 t Brown Sheriff’s expenses 180 25 iton I. Johnson Commiseioner’s salary and expenses 103 16 •wn of Cheyenne Wells Light and water Aug. and Sept 64 84 it West Printing Co. Court record books and legal forms 82 90 aetter Publishing Co. 1923 State Directory 10 00 Hyard Chemical Co. Janitor’s supplies 14 85 *y. Wells Dia. Mfg Co. 44 44 4 75 do»*e Hdw. Co. Material for Court House repairs 24 50 Schuher Concrete sidewalks. 340 04 K. Gwathmey County printing 79 73 ther B. Weir Mlleago for September 60 00 ther B. Weir Supt. of Schools salary 125 00 COdNTY ROAD E. Fleming Tractor oil 65 80 W. Towner Viewing road and mileage 5 80 urge Clossen 44 44 “ “ . 4 00 iy Els *• 44 “ 11 4 00 *1 Winters Labor on bridge 3 50 I. Case T. M. Co. Repairs for tractor T 2 06 P* Wilson & Co. Drag blades 19 07 tward Shy Grading...... 19 07 trtin and Welblen Repairs for tractor 5 50 c * Peppers Co Repairs for maintainer 7 30 E. Coyner Repairs... 23 64 Eiuhenberger Lumber for bridge 50 40 •W. Howard 44 44 44 7 45 J- Siebert Labor on bridge north of First View 130 50 eMagwire “ 44 . 41 “ 44 44 .. 68 25 >y Tripp u •« •« •« •• 41 14 00 A. McCrumb 44 44 44 “ “ “ 2100 ®. Beltz *»* •« *« “ 44 44 350 °* Stall smith 44 “ 44 44 44 44 31 50 M Motor Co. Repais 2 00 P» Wilson ACo Second payment on Caterpillar tractor... .1500 00 °lph Froelioh Surveying 28 32 e Dw ye«* Labor on dlls 90 60 Derby Viewing roads 4 CD W. o rr .. .. 4 00 Harlan 14 41 and mileage 770 • B. Coe Grading 60 50 Motor Co Repairs for trucks 87 We Highway Department Liberty truck 383 56 ton Olson Labor 780 ta Sinnes *« 12 50 H. Zuelc Surveying J 4 *° ver Steel &I.W. Co Steel bridge north of First View 187 00 *! D “''*ll Viewing * 00 C. LaSalle “ “ and mileage 8W (Continued to Inelde pages) CHEYENNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1928' Norice of Special stockhold ers Meeting Dear Sir:— Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stock holders of the Cheyenne Wells Dairy Mfg. and Storage Co. will be held at the Cheyenne County State Bank in Cheyenne Wells. Colorado, at 4 o’clock p. m. on the 14th, day of November 1922, for the purpose of voting upon and authorizing the borrowing of a sum to be decided upon at said meeting not exceeding $4,000.00 and the mortgage of the com pany’s real estate and plant to secure the same and the trans action of any further business that may come before the meet ing. Dated October 12th, 1922. F. U. Swanson President J. H. Nelson Secretary FIRST VIEW W. C. Gerky is working for Tom Dwyer. The fence gang are still work ing at First View. A car load of fine apples have been on the track here which sold for $1.25 per bushtt. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mansfield and daughter Mary, of Denver arrived on Monday and are guests at the Joe Dwyer home. * Miss Emma Spilman is spend ing the week with home folks as there is go school on account of the death of Mr. Douglas. The two Johns, Paul and Halde left last Tuesday for the moun tains after deer, but as they have not yet returned we fear they found “dears”, A large number of First View people attended Sacred Heart church on Sunday. Vem. Mar jorie, Lorrayne, Pearl, James, Merle, Howard and ( Dorthy Dwyer being in the class confir med. Mrs. C. D. Douglas recived a telegram Friday calling her to Denver as her husband had been stricken with acute appendicitis. She left on the first train but word received from her stated that he was dead before she ar rived. We with the many friends she has made during her short stay here, extend sincerest sym pathies. The managers of the local elevators of this city report to us this week that they each have a "full house” owing to the fact that they are unable to receive cars at this time to deliver their grains to the eastern markets. The grain that is being delivered to them at this time is being stored outside of the buildings. W. J. Summers who. resides eleven miles southeast of Arapa hoe, was a Cheyenne Wells caller the first of the week. Mr. Sum mers is going to hold a big pub lic sale at his farm en next Thurs day, October 26th, at which time he wilt dispose of his cattle, horses, implements and feed. Read the big sale bills that we have gotten out for bim announc ing the terms etc. The “Buy-Lo” grocery store that has been doing business here for the past few months was cloeed the latter part of last week and the following notice was pasted en the door. “This stock of merchandise, fixtures and book accounts is now in pos session of Mark Harrison, trustee for the stores creditors." This week the *tock of goods was packed up at-d have been sent back to the creditors at benver. Odd Fellows meet tonight We Are Located In One of the Best Farming Districts of This State High School Notes Ur. Tuttle, representative of Dodd, Head and company, spoke to the students last Monday morning the '‘Worth of the In dividual”, his talk was greatly appreciated.' On Tuesday morning the Liter ary societies were organized for the year. Uiss Reba Siminson is president of the Athenians and Homer Loomis is president of the Delphians. Programs will be given in about two weeks. There are thirty students under the training of Mr. and Mrs. Brakeman in preparation for a minstrel show in the near future They are taking hold of it in a fine way and will give a good show. Watch for further an nouncements. Every nice day is seized upon to work on the athletic grounds and get them in shape for some real work. Slips were passed out last week to get the form of exercise each student would like to enter into and preparations are being made to provide enough forms so that each student can have exercise to his liking. Statement In reply to numerous inquiries I wish to state that Mr. J. N. Hollenbaugh has paid that SI6OO t> the Cheyenne County High School fund. It came in Septem ber 14th. Esther B. Weir County Superintendent of Schools Quite a little building going on in Cheyenne Wells these days. W. E. Yore is spending the week in Denver and Boulder on business matters. Dallas I. Cox and family left last Priday evening for their new home at Castle Rock. Earl Maddox returned home Sunday after iiaving spent the past two weeks in and near Den ver. F. A. Duttcn, who conducts the Tomkins hotel at Limon, was a Cheyenne Wells visitor the first of this week. Mr. George Clossen Democratic candidate for State Senator was calling on friends here the latter part of last week. If a man has no respect for hiß wife and family at home what in the heck can you expect of them out on our public streets. J. F. King returned home Tuesday evening from a trip to Denver, he reports a light snow in that city Monday night Theodore Spencer, assistant cashier at the Bank of Cheyenne Wells, is this week enjoying a little vacation which be is spend ing in and around Denver. Maurice Trumbor and Charles Counts went up to Denver Sun day morning as grand jurors to the United States court which was held there this week. Adolph Froleich went up to Boulder the first of the week to attend a state meeting of the Odd Fellows lodge. Mr. Froleich was sent as a delegate from the local orders H. J. Magwire accompanied by Merle Tripp returned last Friday morning from a trip to Logan, lowa, where they had spent the past two weeks on a visit to rela tives. ' Ike Jones and Frank Williams were noticed heading for the depot last Friday morning with their traveling bags, we did not learn whether they were travel ing or just gojng some place. Read the Record at $1.50 per. : ~rC. igaa-SB ?u-""xw Shell and Grind For I ISEED and FEED I USE - 8 1 McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES ! I j [ You can be aure of getting good, clean shelled corn I with a McCormick-Decring Corn Shelter i It puts money in your pocket to grind your grain i Swith a McCormick-Deering Feed Grinder I Clean Work—Large Capacity—Sturdy Construction H Call and see them Wi VALORE HDW. CO OHEYBNMR WELLS, - - - COLORADO s=s l— :e3be Chas. E. Eichenberger Dead The many friends in Cheyenne Wells of Charles B. Eichenberg er, were shocked to learn on last Wednesday morning that Mr. Eichenberger had died at his home at about 4:30 o’clock. The deceased had b4en in very poor health for several months and had been doctoring with a num ber of differelwnrofessional men in other stabes'foahe hopes of finding some cure for his ailment but all proved to be of no advant age. Mr. and Mrs. Eichenberg er just returned home last Sun day morning from the east whith er they had been in the hopes of finding relief for his troubles. Mr. Eichenberger has been a resident of Chet enne Wells for a number of years, going into the lumber business here about ten years ago and has been one of our leading business men of the city. In his dealings with his fellowmen he has made many warm friends, who, with the Re cord, join at this time in extend ing our heartfelt sympathy to the sorrowing wife and son who are left to mourn his loss. The funeral services will be conduct ed .under the auspices of the In dependent Order of Odd Fellows from their hall next Saturday af ternoon, October 21st, at two o’clock, interment being made in the Cheyenne Wells cemetery. Is your business represented here I C. O. D. Co SPECIALS FOR Friday and Saturday i ! OCTOBER 13th and 14th i ONE POUND BAKING POWDER .10 ONE POUND COCOA .20 TWO OZ’S EXTRACT .25 GOOD BROOMS - .40 OYSTER SHELLS ... 1.90 CATTLE SALT, per cwl - .75 Special Prices On Larger Lots M. DWYER, MGR 1 ! oqooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOQOI ’ $1.50 THE YEAB Bert Herrick, came down from Limon Monday and spent a few hours in the city on business matters. Bert is at present work ing on the new church building being erected at Limon and says he has several weeks work ahead of him. On last Tuesday evening a large number of the local Knights of Pythias members journeyed over to Burlington where they at tended the Eastern Colorado Pythian Association meeting. They report having had a fine time and a splendid visit Miss Irene Hatcher and Miss Marie Hereford, who are teach ing schools near First View were callers at this office last Saturday Miss Irene informs the Recoid that she and her pupils are going to give a box social at her school house on Friday the 27tb, to which all are invited. G. E. Tuttle, manager of the Denver office of Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, publishers, waa in the city a few days this week in the interest of.the new Inter- National Encyclopedia and placed a set in each of the five high schools of the county. J. W. Stfy, E. H. Akerly and Mr. and Mrs. VJ H. Johnson, went up to Colorado Springs Sun day morning tK attend a good roads meeting of the Colorado State Highway which was held i in that city the first of this week.