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LOCALETTES.
NOTICE.
All parties having business
transactions with the Eastern
Colorado TIMES should address
their communications and make
their cheks payable to the East
ern Colorado Times.
Cash for poultry. City Meat
Market.
Everett Cahill went to Denver
the first of this week.
Miss Olive Nye is spending
this week in Cheyenne Wells.
C. T. Pfost, south of Arapahoe
was seen on our streets last Sat
urday.
[i. Wanted— Position on farm or
ranch by young man. Inquire at
Times office.
There will be Catholic services
at the Cahill & Wells Annex,
every third Sunday in each
month.
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J. A. Shriver, of Weskan, Kan
sas, was in Cheyenne Wells on
business, Tuesday.
Dr. Dickson and son, Murry,
of Arapahoe, drove up to Chey
enne Tuesday in their new car.
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Will Moldenhauer tells us he
tx)k in, eleven cans and one
washtub of cream last Saturday.
C. G. Harr, of Revere, Mo., a
brother of Forest Harr, of this
place, is visiting him for a few
days this week.
Miss Oma Hancock is assisting
at the Commercial Hotel this
week on 1 account of the extra
rush of work.
E. E. Phillips, of Arapahoe,
returned from a trip in Oklahoma
and other eastern points the lat
ter part of last week.
Judge Spencer is enjoying a
visit from his wife and children
who catne down from Wild Horse
the latter part of last week.
For Sale.— Five full blood
yearling Orphington Roosters,
Price, $2.00 each.
4-tf Chas. C. Turner.
Come and see our new fine of
spring goods and slippers.
8-tf Trumbor & Counts.
Notice— All parties wishing tc
have their colts castrated, pleast
notify me at Arapahoe. Charge;
reasonable. L. W. Kibbee.
I will be in Cheyenne Wells,
Friday and Saturday, June 6th
and 7th, to make Photographs.
John E. Cox.
Sam Baber left on Tuesday
nights passenger for Denver,
where he expects to purchase
new material for the Telephone
Company.
Fernard Bidinger and Walter
Schaffer and the Misses Char
lotte Abernathy and Gertrude
Walker were in Cheyenne Wells,
Sunday evening.
A son was born to Mr, and
Mrs. Walter L. Bales at their
home in east Excelsior, Friday
morning, May 16, 1913.— Excel
sior Springs Standard.,
! REAL ESTATE
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I If you want to know
I the value of Real Estate
I in Cheyenne County, write
! The Eastern Colorado Times,
| They furnish this information free.
Ilf you have any particular tract of larid
in view, give us the legal description,
and we will write you the desired in-
X formation.

Born— to Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
Eagle, on Wednesday May 28,
1913, al2 pound baby boy, All
parties doing nicely.
John Fahrenholtz and Frank
Nolan, of the Arapahoe neigh
borhood was in Cheyenne Wells
last Saturday on business, and
made this office a friendly call.
for sale— Cheap for cash, two
good second hand buggies, in
quire of
Wm. Moldenhauer,
Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
Watch this paper for my dates
in Cheyenne Wells. Friday and
Satuiday, June 6th and 7th is
my next date.
John E. Cox,
Photographer.
The Overland Garage Compa
ny, Sears & Hollenbaugh, Pro
prietors, will start the first of
next week on the erection of a
new garage to be 38x80 feet for
their fast enlarging trade.
Charles W. Roush, and Miss
Pearl Willard, of Sharon Springs,
Kansas, were united in the holy
bonds of wedlock at Cheyenne
Wells, Colorado, Monday. May
26,1913. Judge Spencer officiat
ing.
0. E. Mayfield was in our den
last Saturday and informed us
that he succeeded in getting a
good well of water for Charles
Kistler, north of Arapahoe, at a
depth of 260 feet and now Chas.
is happy.
Mr. Peter Nomeson, of Dwight
Ills., was in Cheyenne Wells last
and informed us that
he had traded for two more sec
tions of land in the Golden Val
ley district through Mr. L. S.
Wilson and he thinks he will pur
chase more land here before he
quits.
J. N, Hollenbaugh went to
Denver Tuesday evening to order
some more Hupmobiles, for which
he has buyers. They are nice
easy running machines, and Mr.
Hollenbaugh has no trouble in
selling them to parties who are
wishing to purchase a good sub
stantial automobile.
Forest Harr brought us in a
sample of rye that he obtained
while out on the telephone lines,
Tuesday, which' stands three feet
high and the heads measured six
inches long, and it has not got
its full growth either. He says
the grain over the country is
looking fine, and with a little
moisture to help mature the crops
Colorado will not take a. back
iseat for any state.
Legal Notice.
NOTICE OF RESIGNATION.
(First Publication May 16, 1913.)
STATE OF COLORADO (
County of Cheyenne. ( 88
In The County Court In Probate.
NOTICE OF RESIGNATION
In the matter of the«atate of Bessie and Mabel
Fisk. Minors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That on Monday
the 16th day of June, A. D. 19i3. being one of the
days of the regular April A. D. 1913, term of
the County Court of Cheyenne County, in the
State of Colorado. I. Robert Terrill. Guardian of
the estate of Bessie and Mabel Fisk. Minors, will
appear before the said Court, present a complete
settlement of all matters in my hands as such
Guardian up to such day. present my written
resignation as such Guardian, and pray the ap
proval of the said settlement and the acceptance
of the said resignation, at which time and place
any person in interest may appear and present
objections to the same, if any there be.
Dated at Cheyenne Wells. Colorado, thia 12th
day of May. A. D. 1913,
ROBERT TERRILL.
Guardian of the estate of Bessie and Mabel
Fisk, minors, 6-t
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Cheap Homes In Eastern |
Colorado.
Fine climate and healthful, good
water and very productive soil, no
rock. This country was held by the
cattle men until 1900, since then it has
been settling- up with farmers and
small stock raisers. All crops are
grown here that are grown in Mis
souri or Iowa. Land Is selling from
$12.50 to $25 per acre I have 1 section
that lays in the famous Brandon Val
ley, 0 miles from a railroad town.
It ts all nice level land covered with
native grass. Thereis no liner section
I any where. This one section is offered
forqu ick sale at a special bargain,
fair terms allowed. I also have a 320
acre farm for sale. This farm has
about $2000 worth of improvments on it.
It is all nice smooth land and a bar
gain at the price, $20.00 per acre. I
have one 160 acre farm improved all
good tillable land and a sure bargain
for $10.00 per acre. I have two home
stead relinquishments for sale. Also
land to trade for Missouri land.
For. further information call or
address L. S. Wilson
4-9 „ Cheyenne Wells, Colorado.
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WiH do all kinds of hauling: and
solicit your patronage.
Rates. Reasonable. Rhone38.
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Trumbor & Counts
DEALERS IN
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Dry Goods, Groceries.
Boots, Shoes, Etc.
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We carry a nice line of
Notions, Candies, Etc.
Our Spring stock of Dry Goods
have arrived and we invite you to call
and see them while the stock is com
plete. PRICES RIGHT.
Rooms with Bath $1.50 and $2 a Day
Albany Hotel

This is something new for a Denver
Hotel. Larger rooms with bath $2.50
and $3.00 per day. Try one of these
moderate priced rooms with bath and
® you will be pleased. -ft* -s*■ -&■ jjg-*.

New Fire Proof Annex; Every Room
With Bath; Completed July i, 1912 j
FOR BEST RESULTS
ADVERTISE IN> THE
EASTERN COLORADO TIMES.

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