I Scars & Son ]
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Barbed wire, Lumber, Coal, Lime, Window Sash 1
Etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished on ail bills. I
Get our prices before you. boy elsewhere: I
CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO 1
I The Commercial Hotel
5 sears & SON, Proprietors
2 Steam heat; hot and cold water; baths; best
< service in town.
I.£M JO THE TRAVEIIIE POBLjE ESM
fOriaiTe© G. Turner I
$ B&incl A.ttori'iey i
♦ practice before the \oca\ and General Land t
♦ Omces- PW\rig papers made oat and executed t
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W F. WILLIAMS I
et 1^ cl Wag-on Work.
" HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY I
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■ - Under New Management. Hot and Cold Baths -•
:: BOWEL'S Toraum PARLIHS
.» O A. diONPiDEiL, Proprietor
• If we please you, tell others.
If we don’t, tell us.
J ■ Denver Laundry Agency Cheyenne Wells -
Send Laundry Every Week. Colorado
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The Cheyenne Company will put you in a Bus
iuesß Telephone for §2.50 a month; a Residence
Telephone for §1.50 a month; a desk set 50c per
month extra; extension bell, business, 60c per
month: extension bell, residence, 25c per month.
We have a No. 10 metallic toll line t> First View
Kit Carson,'"Wild Horse and Aroyn. Call Main
1 for anything you waat. Prompt and efficient
service at all times, j! •’
Cm Corny Telephone Company
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Eastbound Excursions I
— via - - - -I
Standard Road of the West
RETURN LIMIT RETURN LIMIT
00 Days Oct. 31 <>0 Days Oct. 31
ASBURY PARK, N. .T. DETROIT, MICBT. *30.Off
Via Standard Lines *i!).00 $78.30 DULUTH, MINN. 43.7ff
Via Different®! Lines 00.00 - 74.50 HALIFAX, N. S- $75.00 07.00
CITY, N. .1. 00.00 75.00 Y. “ 57.50
BANGOR, ME. lO.OO ai.(K) MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. 37.70
BELLEVILLE, ONT. 57.00 07.10 MONTREAL, QUEBEC. ftO.OO 73.00
BOSTON, MASS— " via standard Lines (iO.OO
Via Standard Lines 00.00 Via Differential 00.00
Via Differential Lines 00.00 OTTAWA. ONT. 00.00 71.00
Via Montreal 05.00 78.00 PITTSBURG, PA. 50.05
nrrpjrn PORTLAND, ME. 07.33 78.00
t r. „ RUTLAND, VT. Ot.Iff 75.00
Via Standard Lines .»4.<i0 01.80 SARANAC LAKE, N. Y. 03.80 72.00
Via Differential Lines 54.00 50.50 ST JOHNS, N. B. 70.00 02.00
BURLINGTON, VT. 04-10 75.00 f£. pAmf’MINN. 3L70
CHICAGO. ILL. 40.00 TOLEDO. OHIO 5LOO
COBALT, ONT. 02.50 71.35 TORONTO, ONT. 54.00 01.45
Dates of Sale, Daily June 1 to Sept. 30, 1912
Correspondingly Low Fares Apply to many other destinations. The fares quoted here apply from Denver
Colorado Spring* and Pueblo. Similar reduced fares will apply from your station* For detailed
information, inquire of Union Pacific Agent in your town, or address
Ticket Office: 941 Seventeenth St.
V. N. KANE R, S. RUBLE
Local Agent Assistant General Passenger Agent
Homestead. Bill Doomed.
Hope of an agreement on the three-year home
stead bill, with the precisions therein for which
Colorado is battling, was practically dissipated
last Tuesday in a stormy committee session, the
same conferees went hack nv the arrangements
effected Monday night, and declared they would
stand firmly in favor of Secretary Fisher of the
department of the interior.
The session was marked by many sharp ex
changes, particularly by Representative Taylor of
Colorado and Senator Newlands of Nevada
“If Mr. Fisher is going to bo permitted to de
cide this whole business of what is good for the
homesteader in Colorado and the other western
states, as becomes apparent from the progress of
this conference committee, then we representa
tives of the people of those states might as well
go home,” said Mr. Taylor.
This precipitated an angry debate, in the course
of which Taylor told Newlands bluntly that he
would hear from the people of Nevada if be per
sisted in his attitude.
The split in the conference committee resulted
directly from the situation in eastern Colorado,
where many of the settlers on the so-called en
larged homesteads have suiVertd haidships under
the stringent regulations of the interior depart
ment For the p*»st several months the represen
tatives in congress of w« stern states have been
flooded with letters and telegrams begging them
to bring pressure to bear on the department to re
lieve their condition. Appeals have come fiem
farmers, associations, chui.iber of comim roe and
many other organizations.
Secretary Fisher demands the three-year pro
vision should not apply to the enlarged home
stead ». and that the amount required to be culti
vated should be one-eighth the second year and
one-quarter the third.
After several weeks of dickering a tentative
agreement was reached in which the senate con
ferees yie’ded to Mr. Taylor. It reached the point
where Senator Jones of Washington was to draw
up a statement to be signed at Tuesday's meeting.
In the interval, however, the senate conferees, two
o.' whom represent the nme idment. held a further
conference with Secretaiy Fisher and decided to
SOL FRENO id a well made, it lossy black Per
cheron stallion, of rood bone and action and is
cominir 4-years-old. His weight,, ia 1700 pounds
and he is as sound as a dollar. License No. 738.
This splendid stallion will make the season of
1912 at my home 4'a miles northwest of First View
on Section 6. TEH If $10 to insure colt to
stand and suck. Service fee due and payable if
mare is removed from the county, end all set will
be held as security fer service fees according to
the state lawa Care will be taken to prevent ac
cidents, but Will not be responsible should any
GUY ROBINSON, Owner.
I8tf Pint View* Colo.
disregard the tentative agreement.
"It appeared to be a contest between Secretary
Fiaher and myself,” said Mr. Taylor " and I would
not yield. 1 believe it is absolutely imperative
that the homesteaders of eastern Colorado should
come in under the benefits of this proposed law.
I have been advised from all sources that many of
them prefer to give up what little they have and
leave lire state rather than stay on and suffer
hardships such as they have experienced under
Mr. Fisher's regulation.**
Letter From a Tax-Payer.
Eastern Colorado Times
Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
I want to compliment you on
your newsy little paper. It is too
bad you did not get it started ir.
time to get in on the county
printing graft, for I am satisfied
our generous county commission
ers would have put you on the
list for $850, the same as the
other two papers.
I wish you would please try
and have the commissioners ex
plain through you’- paper why it
is that Cheyenne county should
pay over five times as much for
the county printing as our sister
Kiowa county. Yours truly
♦ 1 P. J. LYONS. President J. P. PETERSON. Secretary
a J. F. MC CARTHY. V. President and General Superintendent ♦f
W. R. MCCARTHY. Treasurer W. S. MOORE. Manaßer of
T+ Immigration & Colonization
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lx ®eyenne (§Lir|ty De- |t
|| vclopnqent (ori'| par|y «
|| Capital $75,000
j: Colorado Farm Lands L
|f Improved and Unimproved Farms. Colonization
of large tracts our specialty. t?
NOTICE TO FARMERS: Come in and see jt
*♦ us about Flax Seed and receive a pamphlet 1J
“How to Grow Flax.” |l
|| Cheyenne Wells Colorado
|T Phone 12 ||
H3l O. HOMER IMT 3D
Physicias, Surgeon and Elec
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT.
Office in Sears Block
Cheyenne Wells Phone 17
J. A. McCRUMB & SONS
Transfer and ice
Will do all kinds of hauling and
solicit your patronage.
Rates Reasonable. Phone 38.
CARL 0. BOOTH, M. D.
Successor to Dr. J. C. Ty vand
Cheyenne Wells Colorado
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