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: AERMOTOR I
;: WIND MILLS •
and
Accessories
; ; Also handle pipe and cas- I
! ! inf. do feneral repair work !
: I PHIL HOLLANDER •
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Tractor
i WORK
; ; PLOWING DISCING ;
BREAKING
I SEEDING ft THRESHING !
‘ ) My prices are right '
’ * See or Write ■
O. B. FRY
' > FIRST VIEW, COLORADO •;
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In the completion of that '
New Home
Do not neglect your
I Plastering
'• I can and will do your work ■
in a satisfactory way
] ; SEE
BERT HERRICK
! South of Fleming Filling Stat’n !
A. H. Brentlinger i
Embalmer and
Funeral Director
; ; COMPLETE STOCK
HEARSE SERVICE
Licensed in Colorado
• • Cheyenne Well*, • Colorado !
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: j WELL DRILLING i
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! If you are in need of a well ;
; See me. Satisfaction Guar- :
anteed
W. T. Haney
'< ! Cheyenne Welle Colo. !
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; well drilled. Prices right; <
| work guaranteed. Address j
Hollander Brothers 5
! : Cheyenne Wells, Colorado J
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! A. P. Tone Wilson, Jr. ;
: i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i
; Practise In State and Federal ;
1 Courts
' ; Praetlee Before U. S. Land Office '
Telephone No. 9;
! : BURLINGTON, - • COLO |
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| SERVICE ‘YOU WILL LKE
| Ford-Lincoln-Fordson
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i Special During the Holidays—
TUBE REPAIR KIT GIVEN FREE
WITH EACH TIRE OR TUBE PUR- j:
CHASED r j!
Radiator and Hood covers - $3.50
At the lowest of low prices and with
the many new refinements, Ford :
cars are a bigger value today
than ever before
; \ Now it the time to place your order, as spring always !
finds a big shortage of Ford products.
Call, write or phone, Demonstration. Terms
if desired
; We are also equipped to re-charge your
; magneto without removing the motor
; All our work guaranteed.
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D & M MOTOR CO
Open Day and Night
CHEYENNE WELLS. - - COLORADO j
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ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENT
Chejtnne County, Colorado, For Year 1922 »
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1.061,593 Acres dry farm land $14,993,316
Improvements on same 37.*.<*60
6C7.506 Acres mineral reserve 283.758
Improvements on public lands 15.800
Equities in school lands 105,442
Town and City lots 172.3'>5
Improvements on same 440.465
Total Real Estate $16,390. '2O
4.699 Horses $ 161.746
498 Mules 24,840
x t 6.546 Range cattle .. 657.C65
491 Milch cows 20.205
P. 39-1 Sheep 33.096
4.106 Swine 41,323
7 Other animals 1,300
680 Automobiles 118,735
147 Tractors C 5 990
in v«hi-j«. :::::: SHS
247 Musical instruments 17,430
68 Clocks A watches CBg
Machinery, etc. ~, 9] 248
Household goods 73,3*6
Furniture and fixtures 34!430
Capita] invested in merchandise 170,016
Notes and credits .. •.8.876
Bank shares and stock ... Pl B‘4)
Jewelry, etc ... j’^ro
All other property 8*470
Total Per>onal Property $ 1,655,618
Less Exemption Personal Property $ 142.880
Net Assessment Perronal Property $ 1,512,708
Corporation Tax as Returned by Colorado
Tax Commission 2,743,830
Grand Total For County $20,646,818
RECAPITULATION
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FUND VALUE LEVY TAXES
Ordinary $2<».64«,8i8 At 1.18 Mills $24.363 26
Contingent " 0.10 " 2.0C4 68
Road* Bridges ... " 1.24 “ 25.602 06
0w.r.1 School •• 2,50 •• 51.0,704
u y o H !“ h Bch °°' " ■' SO. 131(0
00. H. S. Interest - 0.23 “ 6.18! 10
°° r “ JUO •* 2064 68
Total County 7.12 " $147,006 83
BUt * 4.48 “ t'«2.477 74
Special School Districta
At 6.12 Mill. ,11.012 40
Nallnunot 2 83) 82
"‘i *•“*•«'» 862 •• 12.810 61
Nol 8 Interest <M “ «•«“<*
No 8 Interest o.a> •• 73,90
N".< 1.119.198 4.40 •• 4,020 01
No 5 In,™, 682 " #UWI»
ho. 6 Interest i.M " 6.CC4 07
;* oir, ‘ 768 1.80 ” 3.028 68
{j!;I 1.148.615 4.18 “ 4.30121
N » 270 ** 4,933 28
No. II 1.694,698 2.40 " 8,8?7 04
MaUlnM U -“ “ 3.117 28
wa 11 Intereat , ; g 8 .. m4B
Total Special School Hist. Tax *:*B.2|,; 87
Cheyenne Wcila
£££r. 8,3 r
Sinking « “ 6,b98 »
3.02 2.266 85
_ . _ 16.00 ** $11,264 ti
Grand TMal Tax For County, State
“ IQW ».*.U. 1348,064 17
W. E. YORE, AMcssor
Burned To Death
Wednesday morning the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Talliday,
about three miles east of Aroya
was destroyed by fire, caused
from the explosion of a can of
oil that was setting near the
stove. Mrs. Talliday and her
children were in the house at the
time and the explosion of the
oil saturated their clothing with
the fluid. The six year old
daughter died almost instantly
from her burns. Mr. Talliday
was in the yard at the time and
when he heard Che noise ran to
the house only to And the enter
rior enveloped i i flames. He
grabbed his lihlj girl from the
burning room and Vtook her to a
place of safety o Ijrfcqflnd that
she was dead. He then-went to
the assistance of nis wife only to
find that she too was severely
burned, he immediately rushed
her to the hospital in Hugo for
medical aid, but her burns were
of such a nature that she too
passed away early this morning.
Undertaker, A. H. Brentlinger
of this city was called to prepare
the bodies for thei' final rest.
Phil Kohl and wife of Wayne.
Nebr., arrived the first of the
week to look after their land
interests here.
A Manzanola man chewed
about twenty-five cents worth of
tobacco a week, decided to try
the tobacco cure recently. In
two weeks he ate $1.60 worth of
cure; and during the next week
he ate ten cents worth of gum,
five cents worth of candy, pea
nuts, cough drops, the rubber
erasers from fourteen pencils end
chewed a dozen penholder ends.
He is now chewing again for the
sake of economy.
Mrs. L. W. Wells came down
from her home at Boulder the
latter part of last week and is
spending several days here on a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Don
Corliss.
WENTfisH
R. J. GOLDSWORTHY,
SUBS l":" tion *'»oth^
FIRST VIEW
J. L. Mouse! and ion all
ate dinner with Fry'* on BuJJ
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
f 2 with the Ekbo
The Mouldenhaurs and rj
mans dined with the Elite.
Christmas. 1
The John Driscoll family sU,
their Christmas turkey with t
J. L. Mouse! family.
The Christmas program t*
was well attended and hid
praised by a large crowd.
The Joseph Dwyer fMj
entertained the H. L Bu
family on Christmas day.
Mrs Douglass is spending \
vacation in Denver, while H
Shy is with home folks at t
Wells. 1
The Merle Sparks family a
Mrs. Mary E. Frye of Cheya
Wells, spent Christmas at I
O. B. Fry home.
A number of friends charin
ed the newly weds, Harry J
Minnie on Friday evening. Oi
of the best times of the aeaioil
reported.
The Geo. Patterson fuR
were at home Christmas day
the Tom Dwyer family, Hi
Aline Patterson; J P. Hiltk
John Pauls; C. W. Etter u
family and Mrs. Angeline Rod
and daughter Pearl.
The next meeting of the lots
ary society will take placeFridd
evening January 12th, at tk
school house. Miss Sadie Moos
will give the current topic; Ha
Bkhiiff w ll give a paper onth
Hawaiian Islands, Mrs fry I
talk on Ireland, its past and (ft
sent and Mr. M ousel has bts
asked by the president to lead
practical discussion about tk
prevalence of tuberculosis aiM|
cattle.
A Wedding of much interestll
thp people of this enmmu'Ot)
look place Wednesday. DscrmbS
20ih, at Burlington, when Mil
Minnie Ekhoff of First View ta
united in marriage to Mr. Hut!
Skog Larson. Miss Ekhoff tk
bride and eldest daughter of it
and Mrs. John Eithoff was grad*
ated from high school at Doubt
Nebraska and is now
the Liberty Ridge school twdw
miles south of here, Mr. 1*
son’s parents Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Skog live at Mourn Pearl, Cob
rado having moved in this coo*
try about twelve tears ago. Tit
bride wore a sapphire bluett*
ton crepe gown d>aped i’ l *'®
georgette and silver lace. ™
maid of honor Bertha EltM
sister of the bride and aW
school Sophomore was dressed
a tan crepe de chine dresa h»
med in green, and the |ir ”7
wore a dark gray suit. T 6
elating clergyman the Rev
ley, pastor of the First Met
church of Burlington useo £
double ring ' ceremony’
groom brought his bride lo a
niahed home in First View •»»
the people of the vicimty
come them and exten ■
*eifo the
A Destructive Fire
Last Saturday after "°Lj#
Presbyterian church at
was completely destroyed .
which we understand tW
from some defectively
furnace. The cit ' zen *jL hvi
ahne bad been wnrl T*W
during the day P r " p 'T rll >
Christmas tree for * j^ju*
on Christmas eve and
a small Are in the
warm up the house ! , ete Y*
ins and all Us contents"' jjj
We understand th ® r f fhil by
Insurance carried but t
means -<» cover the

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