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NOTICE. v j, All parties having business transactions with the Eastern Colorado Times should address 1 their communications and make their checks payable to the East- ' ern Colorado Times. J -Cash for poultry. CITY MEAT . Market. - All kinds of temperance drinks at the Pool Hall. i • j % Dr. Eagle is a new subscriber since our last issue. Fernard Bidinger, of Arapahoe was in town Tuesday. Sarah Hargleioad has been on the sick list this week. All kinds of bread constantly on hand at Mrs. Velie’s. * Miss Stella Lane went to work at Kit Carson, last week. Ice cream, soda water, cigars and pop at the Pool Hall. Lau r a Velie was on the sick list the first of the week. Don Sears, of Arena was in our town the first of the week. ■ When in need of painting or papering, see H. L. Woods. E. B. Kibbee, of Arapahoe,- was in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday. Charley Counts left for Sharon Springs Sunday evening return ing Monday. Light bread, rye bread and graham bread constantly on hand at Mrs. Velie’s. Mat Ludwig, of Sharon Springs Kansas, was in Cheyenne Wells, Sunday, between trains. Geo. Ambrosier, of the north east part of the county was in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday. Chas. Eichenberger has moved | his platfoi m scales on Main strei t o as to have them handier. Judge Spencer has been under the weather this week, but is some better at this writing. Sheriff Williams, accompanied ( Henry Pickerel to the penitenti-, ary at Canon City, Tuesday. A. W. Jones called at the Times office Saturday and renew ed his subscription. Thanks. Remember Cox - the photo grapher will be in Cheyenne Wells, Saturday July the 26th. Come and see our new line of ipring goods and slippers. B-tf Trumbor & Counts. Lester Beveridge, of Kanorado was in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday, is a witness in the Rich—Wyant :ase. There will be Catholic services it the Cahill & Wells Annex, •very third Sunday in each nonth. J. R. Hancock left for the west Tuesday, in search of work, j Bis son, Robert expects to join him in a few days. j BRICK *«„ STONE FOR SALE. | » i Q S ■* I BRICK $1.50 a Hundred. [ STQNE $5.00 a Cord | I will build foundations, Repair and build chimneys. I Charges Reasonable. I E. B- SLOTERBACK, Cheyenne Wells. Colo. I Geo. and Harry Miles returned [from Hays, Kans., Tuesday, where they have been visiting: i their parents for a few weeks. Deputy Sheriff, Sam Baber, took Howard Baer'to Canon City where he was* sentenced to go for from eighteen months to two years at hard labor. A large crowd (about sixty) attended the dance at Will Dod son’s last Saturday night and those present report as having had a splendid time. Rev. DeMunbrun is on the sick j list this week. We feel sorry ! for the old gentleman as he seems to be sick a considerable part of his time lately. E. H. Akerley and T. M. May nai d are putting themselves up a new carpenter and machine shop 24x60, just north of the Cheyenne Lumber Co., yards. Portraits made, photos enlar ged on pillow tops, hats, neck ties. handkerchiefs and china ware. Price 75 cents and up. H. L. Woods. Bertha Lynn accompanied her father home to Kanopolis, Kan., Sunday evening, Bertha will visit there for a month or so be fore returning to her home stead. Mrs. J. C, Prough and daugh ter also Mrs. Earl Belden, of • Elkhart, Ind., daughters of Mr, and Mrs. S. S. Eash, of Arapa hoe, are here making their par ents a visit. W. E. Yore, the U . P. depot agent here, has returned from [ his vacation, and can now be found at his post of duty, ready and willing to serve all requiring hfs services, We did some job work for the Cheyenne County State Bank, Gregor Voit, S. S. Eash and Jerve Tinsley last week. Bring us your job work, we guarantee satisfaction and prices right J. W. Lamb, an old settler of this county, but who has been residing in eastern Kansas, ar rived in Cheyenne Wells, last Friday morning for a short visit among friends and relatives. The replevin suit of David Rich vs W. F. Wyant before Squire Marshall resulted in a verdict in favor of the plaintiff. W. F. Wyant filed a motion for an appeal to the county court. J. W. Velie, agent for the Swift Creamery Company, will buy your cream and pay you cash the same day you bring it in. He tests every day. Station first door west of Commercial Hotel. Don’t stand over the hot stove these hot days, but go to Mrs. Velie’s and let her prepare you a nice Sunday dinner. She is pre pared to furnish Sunday dinners for families on short notice. Give her,a trial.. CHURCH NOTES Sunday July, 27. 1913 Exchange of Pulpits. Rev. L. O. Thompson, pastor of the M. E. church at Hugo, and Rev. Scott will exchange pulpits next Sunday morning and even ing. Come out and hear the new preacher. Sunday School 10 A. M. Sermon 11 A. M. by Rev. Thompson. Epworth League 7:30 P. M. Preaching 8 P. M. by Rev. Thompson of Hugo. . D. M. Scott, Pastor. LODGE DIRECTORY. Ivanhoe Lodge No. 153 I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday evening at 7;30 p. m . in the [. O. O. F. Hall. Visiting brothers in good standing always welcome. J. A. McCrumb, N. G. i J. N.Houlenbauoh, V. G. M. P. Trumbor, Sec’y. i CHEYENNE'WELLS LODGE No. 132. i A. F. & A. M. | Regular meetings first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at , 7:30, sharp, at Masonic Hall in the Forker building. All Master Masons in good standing cordially invited. I ' Chas. C. Turner, W. M. ! C. O. Booth, Secy. POSTOFFICE HOURS. From 7 a, m. to 7. p. m. on week days. j From 10 to ll' a. m. and from 4 to 5 p. m. on Sundays. , Legal Holidays same as Sun days. Mrs. Jennie Ross, P. M. UNION PICfICJIME CARD WESTBOUND. No. 103 Fast Mail 1:10 a m “ 109 6:10 am “ 101 9:55 a m EASTBOUND. , “ 104 Fast Mail 12:33 a m “ 110 “ 102 6:35 jmo H C- 3D Physician, Suitakon and Elec tuici tN. ( EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT. GENERAL SURGERY Arapahoe Colorado Phone 146-6 J. A. McCRUMB & SONS Transfer Will do alt kinds of hauling and j solicit your patronage. Rates Reasonable. Phone 38 Ed Counts and wife returned home from Red Stone, Colorado, Tuesday evening, where they had been visiting their daughter. Mrs. Prodehl, and family, and now the boys say they will quit batching. 1 . (Furies O. Turnerf Leind Attorrjey £ T- Wiil practice before tbe local and General Land J Ottices. F iling pa pets made out and executed | CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO | * Farmers’ Home U < ■ B. A: CRUSON, Prop. I -- * ~ ■ === M •*' Meals and Short orders. Our aim J 1 to please the Public. : AAAAAAAAAAASAAAAAAAAAAAA** Trumbor & Counts r DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Groceries. ‘ v'i Boots, Shoes, Etc. * ' 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. i ?? Rooms with Bath $1.50 and $2 a Day Albany Hotel This is something new for a Denver Hotel. Larger rooms with hath $5.20 and $3.00 per day. Try one of these moderate priced rooms with bath and you will be pleased. •¥• -fr 4* ■ . New Fire Proof Annex; Every Room With Bath; Completed July i, 1912 FOR BEST: RESULTS „ » ADVERTISE IN THE EASTERN COLORADO TIMES."