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DEALERS IN | Barbed wire, Lumber, Coal, Lime, Window Sash ,1 Etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished on all bills. 1 Get our prices before you buy elsewhere. Z CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j The Commercial Hotel i sears & SON, Proprietors * 4 Steam heat; hot and cold water; baths; best « service in town. I WE CATER TO THE TRIIfEIIWC PUBLIC ESPECIALLY < * aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ♦4-4-+44444-4444-4444444444444-4-44444~M-44-4-4-4444444444444~4a |(f}gtrles O. Turner | Land Attorney | X W\YV practice before tLe local and General Land | J OlLces. F\Wng papers made out and executed | I | X CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO | ♦♦444-444-+4-4-44444-4444444444- 44444»4»44-44-4-4-»4 44 44444-4-44- -1 r 4 ♦ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ♦ 4 ♦ 4 ♦ 4 W. F. WILLIAMS " < ► ■* ► « » ■ ~ General Blacksmith ar|d Waggon Work. „ - ► 4 » - ► " HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY 1 4444444♦ 4 4 4 ♦ 4 ♦ ♦ 4 444 +444444A4444-4-444-444-4-4+4- 4444444444-444444444444444-4 I THE ALBANY HOTEL | X / ♦ ♦ The most dependable hotel in town for comfortable + loeds and good table. A good clean bed in n good 4 X room for 50c. A gobd apetizing meal for 35cts. + ! ( xW. L. DeMunbrun - - Proprietor t ♦■4444444444444444444444444 44444444444-444444444444444 Modern Convenience The Cheyenne County Telephone Company will put you in a Business Telephone for §2.50 a month; a Residence Telephone for §1.50 a month; a desk set 50c [>er month extra; extension boll, business, 50e per month; extension bell, residence 25c per month. We have a No. 10 metallic toll lino to First View, Kit Cnrson, Wild Horse and Aroya. Call Main 1 for anything you want. Prompt and efficient ser\-ice at all times. ... V Cheyenne County Telephone Company Church Notice. Sunday, June 30th, Sorrento 10 a. m. Kit Carson, 2:00 p. m. First View, 8:00 p. m. July 7th Clossen, 11 a. m.; Golden Valley 3 p. m. Revival meetings every eve ning this week at First View con ducted by the Deaconess Miss Cummings. Also there will be meeting in the afternoons of this week at 2:30. W. S. Hill will preach Saturday evening, also Sunday at 12:00 o’clock. Deaconess Miss Cummings in charge. T O OC Anyone seeing cattle with this brand strayed from Big Sandy range will please notify the T 0 ranch, Brandon, Colo. L. H. DORNE IDEIIS^TTST Office with Dr. Booth Phone 35 lE3: O-'IEaiOIMIIEIR IMI 3D Physician, Surgkon and Elec thician. EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT. GENERAL SURGERY 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. Physician and Surgeon. Successor to Dr. J. C. Tyvand Phone 35 Cheyenne Wells Colorado Fs* s*— 5 *— P. J. Lyons, President ' J. P. Peterson, Secretary and J. F. McCarthy, Vice President General Superintendent. W. R. McCarthy, Treasurer W. S. Moore, Manager of Im migration & Colonization. The Cheyenne County Development Co. Capital $75,000 t Colorado Farm Lands Improved and Unimproved Farms. Colonization of Large Tracts our Specialty. CHEYENNE WELLS . COLORADO Th« Sup ram* Court Yi 6 Hands Down Its Dooiston . The Supreme Court of Public Opinion hands down Cl OUT its decision!that therea nothin* the matter with ftha 3 V quality ot DIAMOND EDOE Tools, and that in th« liftht of reason every good machanie should use them. . . For sale at first-class hardware stores everywhere. rtfmjatBaunflQifuaTPiMnr n £ eUb Valore Hardware Co. PHOUE -£5 Where do Our Foot Prints Point. In order to illustrate this fully we will have to repeat the oft told story of the father that left the house in the morning when there was a deep snow, and after starting he looked back and saw his little boy following him, trying to step in his foot prints. The father' waited until the little boy came up to him, he asked where he was going, and the boy made the reply that he was trying to follow his footsteps. The father was on his way to the saloon for his morning drink. It is needles to say that the father picked up the little fellow and carried him back to the house and made the resolve that his footprints should never point to* ward the saloon again. This is a lesson we all should learn, for the child thinks the father is the model of perfection and what is the thought of the child when he sees his father go into a place where he is forbidden, and where the law puts the ban on. This is so with the moderate , drinker as well as the father, for the boy or the young man sees . him go in the saloon, take his drink and go about his business and he thinks he can do the same but very often when he gets the , habit he cannot restrain himself and he falls by the wayside a drunkard and an outcast. The , argument is broght forward that the saloon is good for a town. , Now let us look at it in that way. The saloon keeper sends off for all his supplies and of course the money is gone and there is no | way to get it back in the town where it was collected, for they do not buy produce or any thing. So they only drain a town and community of the cash that is in it and gives nothing in return but a bad taste in the mouth. A Bystander. Subscribe for the Eastern Col orado Times and keep in touch with what is going on. SLOO. Send in your name today.