Minnie Anderson dies suddenly April 18, 1916 at the age of 28 years old. She was sick only a few hours. Rep. McLemore of Beckham Co. has accepted the challenge of T.L. Turner Democratic Candidate for Co. Atty. to debate the question, “Resolve: that the Socialist party and what it stands for is a menace to good government.” The debate will be held nightly at the following six communities: Durham, Rankin, Sweetwater, Berlin, Cheyenne, Roll. F.B.Baird of Mack, Colora-do spent several days visiting his brother, R.F. Baird and family of Cheyenne. Stephen F. Guier, one of Durham’s popular merchants was here Tues. and Wed. looking after business interests. F.a. Beavin of Roll and candidate for Co. Clerk, was in town Sat. attending a meet-ing of the Democratic Co. Central Committee. U.A. Albin, Chairman of the Republican Committee of Sweetwater, was here last week presiding over a session of that august body. Others attending the Republican Comm. Meeting were D.S. McCullum of Hammon, J.L. Jenkins of Sweetwater.