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I Sear© & Son |
DEALERS IN | Barbed wire, Lumber, Coal, Lime, Window Sash I Etc. Estimates cheerfully furnished on all bills. 1 Get oar prices before you buy elsewhere. X CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I The Commercial Hotel \ l SEARS & SON, Proprietors J < ► ◄ ► * ► < Steam heat; hot and cold water; baths; best ► < service in town. ► < ► * ► * ► 1 WE CATER TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC ESPcCMLLY | AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaA +♦♦ ♦ ♦ 4444-4-+4-4~4-4-+4~f4~4-4-4-4-4-4-4'4-4-4-4-4-+4-4-4Y4>4-4-+4-4-4-4-4-4-44Y4-4-.. jj (ggirlcß O. Turner:: :: Land Attorney :: !! - I " WAV practice before Yhe local and General Land -• OVAces- Filing papers made out and executed :: :: :: *» CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO ” Tf-f♦-f+-f-f-f-f-f♦ 4-f*4- ♦ * ♦ 4 4 ♦ 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 « 4 W. F. WILLIAMS: - «• i -x - ► General Blacksmith. '» ar|d Wagon Work. _ - ► - ► " HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY .. + 4 4 4 « * 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ♦ A. A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA aa a AAAA A a a t a a a a t t a t t a T ▼YtTYttTtttTTYTtttttttTttt iTHE ALBANY HOTEL | | I ♦ i ♦ The most dependable hotel in town for comfortable t ♦ beds and good table. A good clean bed in n good ♦ t room for 50c. A good apetiziug meal for 35cts. T ♦ 4 x ’ : | I |W. L. DeMunbrun - - Proprietor j t4~44-444-4-4-4-4-4-4~44-+44-444--4-444Y 4444)4444444444444444444444 J. F. Me Carthy J. P. Peterson President W. R. Me Carthy Vice President Cashier Traders State Bank Cheyenne Wells, Colo. ITISOCJR DESIRE TO HELP gOU MAKE MON Eg AND DEVELOP EASTERN COLORADO. We will cash all County Warrants without discount. H We hove banking connections in all large European cities I and can sell you drafts on Europe, Asia and Australia I for less than a postal money order costs. Phone 6. 1 Mr. Roosevelt insists that his refusaLto dine with Senator Lor imer is the direct cause of Lori mer’s expulsion from the senate. By the same token, Booker T. Washington ought to be wearing a senatorial toga.—The Common er. TO OC Anyone seeing cattle with this brand strayed from Big Sandy range will please notify the T 0 ranch, Brandon, Colo. UNION PICIFICJIME CARD No. 101 Westbound 11:38 a m “103 “ 1:27 a m “ 10» “ 6:23 a m 11 102 Eastbound 5:50 pm “101 “ 12:33 a m “110 “ 3:30 pm L. H. DORNE DENTIST Office with Dr. Booth Phone 35 ' ZED O. ITOIvdZETE ZMZ ID Physician, Surgeon and Elec trician. 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. Ty vand Phone 35 Cheyenne Wells Colorado 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. I The Cheyenne County Development Co. Capital $75,000 Colorado Farm Lands Improved and Unimproved Farms. Colonization ' of Large Tracts our Specialty. CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO ... v». , Modern Convenience The Cheyenne Connty 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 per month extra; extension bell, " business, 50c per month; extension bell, residence 25c per month. We have a No. 10 metallic toll line to First View, Kit Carson, Wild Horse and Aroya. Call Main 1 for anything you want Prompt and efficient service at all times. |j jj !| Cheyenne County Telephone Company Animal Companions. The child deprived of pets misses much. To love a dog, cat, a bird, or any live thing has a humanizing influence on the character. The care of a pet teaches a child to be responsible for something. The love of the pet brings out the tender feelings of his heart, makes a child less inclined to cruelty, more thought ful, of quicker sympathy. A pet gives him something to enjoy at home and so makes home life richer. It is one means of keep ing him from undesirable com panions. It helps to form habits of industry. In providing food and shelter for a living creature he is learning responsibility. While teaching a dog how to perform a trick, the child is en larging his own intelligence and his patience. If he is learning to ride a horse, he is gaining in courage, and in self-reliance. A wide field of interest is opened to the child with a pet. In learn ing about one animal he learns about many. His love of his pets Alls his mind with useful and good thoughts and there is less room for the idle or vicious. He should have this happiness if it can be given him. Resolution. Tlie following resolution was adopt ed by the Colorado Editorial Associ ation at its Mid-Summer meeting: Whereas; It is a recognized fact that the benefits that accrue from the holding of annual exhibits of agricul tural, horticultural, live stock and mining interests of a state in all sec tions of the country where such expo sitions are held, are of incalculable value and benefit to the state as a whole as exemplified by the success of State Fairs now held in all parts of the country, and Whereas; The State of Colorado is making rapid strides in the develop ment of all of those resources men tioned above, both by annual exhibits at the State Fair in Pueblo, and which are also greatly advertised by the work of the State Immigration Bureau therefore, be it Resolved; That the Colorado Edi torial Association in meeting assem bled at Steamboat Springs, hereby endorses the efforts now being mode to initiate a bill having for its pur pose state ownership of the present Colorado State Fair at Pueblo, which city for many years has borne the burden of attempting to hold a fair in the interests of all sections of Colora do, and be it further Resolved; That we also endorse the Immigration Board bill which creates a fund for the purpose of guarantee ing the continuance oi the work of the Board of Immigration as outlined ii the bill.