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I DEALERS IN I 9 Barbed wire, Lumber, Coal, Lime, Window Sash 9 I Etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished on all bills. | X Get our prices before you buy elsewhere. X 9 CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO 1 \ The Commercial Hotel l 1 sears & SON, Proprietors ► 4 ► 4 ► < Steam heat; hot and cold water; baths; best ► J service in town. ► 4 « p 4 ► 4 > i WE CfITER TB M TMHELIM PUBLIC ESPcCIfILLY \ | (IQ axles O. Pu rne r | I Land Attorney $ | X W'\U practice before tire focal and Gerterai Land I | Oliices- Filing papers made out and executed | X T X I I CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO J '►♦4444-44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 W. F. WILLIAMS j 4- - General Blaolvsmitlr + - arid Wao-on Work. 1- " HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY j 4 4 -f 4 4 4 4 ♦ » ■ ■■♦ 4 4 ♦ 4 4 4 4 4- ♦ ♦ 4 4—♦ 4 4 4 4 ♦ 4 i "-Under New Management. Hot and Cold Bathsi :: HOMS TMM. PARLORS | O ft. LiO'Hft'DFiL, Proprietor "• If we please you, tell others. • If we don’t, tell us. ♦ Denver Laundry Agency Cheyenne Wells ♦ I Send Laundry Every Week. Colorado ♦ 4 * ♦ 4 4 4 4 4—4 4 4 4- 4 4 4 Modern Convenience The Cheyenne Company will put you in a Bus iness Telephone for §2.50 a month; a Residence Telephono for §1.50 n month; a desk sot 50e per month oxtra; extension boll, business, 50c per month; extension bell, residence, 25c per month. Wo have a No. 10 metallic toll line t First View Kit Carson, Wild Horse and Aroya. Call Main 1 for anything you want. Prompt and efficient service at all times. |j [ ] jj i -j jj [I i] Cheyenne County Telephone Company You are left at the post if you have no telephone. Your com petitor will get the business. TO (???) Anyone seeing cattle with this brand strayed from Big Sandy range will please notify the T 0 ranch, Brandon, Colo. School Notes. Only four more weeks of real school work. The year has gone rapidly and held up its average attendance remarkably well. The work on the high school annual has been practically com pleted. The photographs were good and the book promises to be better than was first anticipated. The Senior class program will be given this evening. This is one of the regular literary socie ty programs, but because of the nature of the entertainment to be given, Friday evening was chosen instead of Monday after . noon. Compare These Prices. Let the farmers cast their eyes over these prices on file at our joffices: Milo maize per hundred sacked and delivered $2.00 J Cane seed either orange or black amber, sacked iand delivered $2.61 I German millet, sacked and delivered per 100 $3.21 Then take a look at the prices given by Cahill & Wells, Trum bor & Counts and “The Old Re liable” Cheyenne County State Bank: _ Milo maize $2.25 Cane seed $3.10 German millet $3.60 Some money was made on this “absolute cost” business or the seeds were bought in a poor market. Which? Traders State Bank. Land Buyers Here. J. P. Peterson, general super intendent of the Cheyenne Coun ty Development Co., made a fly ing trip to Kansas City, Monday where he was met by P. J. Lyons president of the Gas Traction En gine Co., of Minneapolis, who accompanied Mr. Peterson to Cheyenne Wells on Tuesday night. These gentlemen brought with them five land buyers from Ohio and they were out with them yesterday selling them some of their fine farming lands. Men like Peterson, Lyons and W. S. Moore know where to go to find tho people that are able to buy land, and a trip over their holdings nearly always results in. a sale that proves satisfactory to ' both buyer and seller. If you 1 want to sell your land and be safe from the hazard of a con fidence game, these are the gen tlemen to buy from or list your land for sale. I I ____________ i 1 —_ Gr 3=2 O C3-3ST j PAT GROGAN is a black stnllion coming 8 years old. is 10 hands high and weiehs 12W» lbs. lie is a horse of excellent bone and muscle, a first class saddle horse and a fine driver, vith high bold action. Pat was sired byTatGiogan Jr.. 162. ho by Traveler, by Bollivar, by Down ing's Bay Messenger, by Harpenus. by Hamel tonian. by Imperial Messenger. His dem vas sired by Patenter 2:27 1-2. he by Pancoast 2:21 [sire of 23 in the 2:30 list and sold for $28,000 at public auction.] First dam Magnet, Jewell by the great Strathmore, sire of Stratho 2:13. Rose bud 2:16, Lutie Strathmore 2:16 1-4, Roseberry 2:16 1-2, Snowdon 2:16 1-4, Santa Claua 2:17 1-2. Mayor Ewing 2:18 1-4, Skylight Pilot 2:19, Tucker 2:19. and 64 others in the 2:30 list. Second dam ' was sired by Billy Hilandcr. Pat Grogan will make the season of 1912 at Bailey’s barn in Arap ahoe every Saturday. The balance of the time he can be found at J. C. Ford's barn, 8 1-2 miles southeast of Arapahoe. TERMS—SI2 to insure a colt to stand and suck; $lO if fee is paid inside of two weeks from foalding. We will t.-.ke every precaution to provent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. If mare is sold or removed from the county, service money be comes due and payable. ! A D. R. PURDY, Owner 7es, This is the One .. I' 7 • '-.. • , f/r . ; —i I ‘ : ri^r T v | 1111 1 1 j 1 Ji 111 « li' 1 'iii i' i IMHBUIi^MbMB I 1\ • " ■ .• v. -■ v'v ; •■» :'. : The Wind MiU that has suejjs*|ullfl withstood the ' yy' ... worst storms :n the UhitedjPtates Forty years. Call and see the sample now on the floor. VALORE HARDWARE CO. PHONE 45 Owen School Closes. School closed at the Owen school Saturday, April 13th with a picnic dinner. A large crowd was in attendance and a most de licious dinner was served by the ladies of the neighborhood, to which all, especially the bachel ors present did justice. An interesting program wn rendered in the afternoon, in cluding a very exciting ciphering match between the pupils of the school. Paul Mitchell was de clared champion. Each visitor was presented with a hand paint ed souvenir made in water colors by the pupils of the school. The school begun by E. B. Mason last September was closed by Miss Abernathy, both of whom de serve much praise. At the close of the program those present de cided to organize a Sunday school to meet at the Owen school house every Sunday morning at 10:30 and a Christian Endeavor which will meet the fourth Sunday in each month at 7:30 p. m. J. H. Owen was named as leader for the first meeting to be held Sun day evening April 28th. All are cordially invited to attend these services and lend a helping hand. The Old Reliable! Auctioneer An r.uctioneer with years of experience and a long list of satisfied customers. If you want to get the best results from your sale you had better make your dates with me. I have satisfied others, and can satisfy you Sales cried anywhere at any time when not conflicting with other sales engagements. IPhone 156-17 Enos Plessinger Colorado H. C- HOMEE IMI ID Physician', Surgeon and Elec trician. EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT. GENERAL SURGERY Office in Sears Bloch Cheyenne Wells Phone 17 J. A. McCrumb & Sons A Transfer and ice Will do all kinds of hauling and solicit your patronage. Rates Reasonable. Phone 38. Carl O. Booth, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Successor to Dr.'J. C. Tyvand Phone 35 Cheyenne Wells Colorado Subscribe NOW for The Times.