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— f = “ 1— —7 s - ► , . N - * We are Buying Cream for the COLORADO SPRINGS CREAMERY CO. Bring your Cream in. We test EVERY BAY except Sunday. TRUMBOR & COUNTS. 4— 4 4 4 ♦ 4 ♦ ♦ 4 4 4 ♦ 4 4 *4444444 4 4 f 4 4 —4 4 We handle a complete line' of - - DRY GOODS, - - GROCERIES, and <4 * General Merchandise. - - •< ► Cream Station in connection, j with Store. J. C. FORD, Arapahoe Colorado. + + 4 4 4- 4 . 4 4—4—4 4 4 4 - • I Reg. Percheron Stallion : Coco, No. 1309, | 4 Is dark brown in color, weighs about 1,900 pounds. ♦ I Joe, No. 1308, f t 77 X X Is a registered Jack, Dark Iron Grey with black points. X 4 4 ♦ Will make the season of 1913 at the following 1 places on the fol- i lowing days of each week; Win. Henderson’s, 1 mile northwest of 4 i Arapahoe, Wednesday and Thursday; Friday and Saturday at my J 4 barn in Cheyenne Weils; balance of week at my lianch, six miles ♦ > northwest of Cheyenne Wells. + X TERMS:—Stallion, ill!to insure mare in foal, $l4 to insure colt X 4 to stand and suck. 4 I Jack, #lO to insure mare in foal, $l2 to insure colt to stand and 4 T suck. X 4 Notes become due und payable if mare is sold, traded, or removed £ X from county. Care will be taken to avoid accidents, but will not lie ♦ responsible should any occur. 4 E. PLESSINGER. % 44^44444444444444444444444 j.-4 4 4 »- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t KEEP YOUR BUILDINGS -. .► PAINTED and Save Costly Repair Work. Everyone knows tlio importance of keeping a building well painted, from the standpoint of nppenrr.nce alone, painting adds value to property and in case of a sale will help to bring high prices. Inasmuch as lumber and repair work are very costly, you will surely see that it is much cheaper to keep your .. buildings well painted. I Will do your pniutiug, papering, or .. kalsoinining at a very low cost. All work guaranteed- satis .. factory. Also photo's enlarged and framed. Give me a irial .. is all I ask. I havo had teu years experience in Chicago, HARRY L. WOODS, CHEYENNE WELLS, COLO. ,44♦4-♦44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- SEARS & STEELE- Are doing: auite a mer.. ntile business at ARENA, COLORADO, Carrying everything a Rancher wants, we BUY •CREAM and EGGS, are in the Market to Stay, and cal ” , culate to treat our customers SQUARE. Test Cream Wednesday and Sat urdays. SEARS & STEELE. 4 « * 4 ♦ ♦ 4 ♦ ♦ f- -4 f 4 i i PEAL ESTATE | i . ' • T | If you want to know! i the value of Real Estate | | in Cheyenne County, write f t The Eastern Colorado Times, ' I | ... | | They furnish this information free. | | If you have any particular tract of land- X |in view, give us the legal description, | I and we will write you the desired in- % I formation. X + ♦ T ♦ &+.»44444444444444444444444444444444444444 ♦ 444444444 AROYA. Mr. John Pollard returned Monday the 21st. Miss Eva Bryant is staying with Mrs. Roy Sweet. Mrs. W. R. Dyer returned home Monday the 14th. Mr. Rogers moved Mrs. Owens house to town, Thursday. Mr, Button who has been east to harvest, returned this week. Miss Gladys Rectar is helping Mr 3. W. R. Dyer with the house work. Miss Minnie Connelly is now employed on the Clark Wright ranch. Mis 3 Rachel Hicks visited over Sunday with her sister Mrs. C. A. Hicks. Dr. Shrock the Dentist is in town today (Tuesday) and is quite busy. Mrs. Frank Re wait arrived the 16th and now Frank wears a broad smile. Mr. C. A. Hicks and wife at tended the dance at Clifford, Sat urday night. Messrs Church and Hepburne started overland to Longmont, Colo., Sunday. Mr. Ruckheim and family ar rived Sunday for a vacation at the J. O. D. Ranch. Chas. Schoonover returned, Tuesday the 22nd. He reports Kansas as too hot for him. / Mrs. Horace Spradling who has been quite sick is reported much better at this writing. Mr. Chas. Schoonover went to Pratt, Kansas to look after the thrashing on his farm there. Quite a nice shower fell the night of the 17th but the ground being so dry needs more rain. Mrs. Sweets mother who has been visiting here for the past three weeks, returned to Denver Sunday. Mrs. Paulson who has been caring for Mrs. Martenson dur ing her sickness went home, Sunday. A swell time is anticipated at the Aroya Hall next Saturday night. ‘ ‘Good music and a good time” is the motto. Mr. .Robert Salmon and family, Z. N. Taylor and family and Bert Parker and family started over land Wednesday for Longmont. Colo. PROSPECT HILL. William Schultz has erected a new windmill on his Frost ranch. Forest Harr gave us the pleasure of his company at din ner one day this week. Chas. Eichenberger and Mr. Vaughn his lumber man, autoed to Prospect Hill on Tuesday. Allen Warren sallied forth from Prospect Hill and triumph antly brought home a coyote on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Calvei t and their children, George and James, were visiting home folks at Prospect Hill on Monday. Rev. Scott, after a months va cation is in the thick of the fight for righteousness and feels en couraged by the good wishes of the people. W. F Wyant and Clarence Geary are helping the writer out of the woods toward water. A windmill out of commission blows no one good. The Misses Gladys Querter mous, Mary McCrumb, Cora and Jennie Hollenbaugh, delighted the writer and wif** by an after noon call on Sunday. Come again young ladies. If there is anything we like better than one little girl, it is four of them. We had occasion to call at the Albany Hotel on Monday. We found Rev. DeMunbrun quite sick. His grand child and our two were playing antics before him and with the rest of our gabble he said he felt good and would beout in a few days Call in and see Bro. “De” you wont bother him but make him better. A reception was held at the Arapahoe Chapel last Saturday P. M. in honor of Rev. Gane and wife. Light refreshments were served. It was an informal, home like affair. Not a few gave them the welcome hand and a God speed and bless you. This 1 is as it should be and may the people make it easy for the preacher. Tom, John, and Wm. Pritchelt are spreading their herds out over these hills and are not seeming to care much whether its tariff for protection or free wool. Thats the logical way. When we send our legislators to the front let us trust them as long as they keep out of the trust and try the harder ourselves. “Breathes there a man with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said My own, my native land”! We can feel the holy impulse for our reign of peace in peaceful America, but how about the poor Balkins in their blood-drenched land. Be thankful for peace and that there are no war clouds hovering on the horizon. Rev. Gane was in his pulpit on Sunday at Arapahoe and edified a large congregation by a good discourse. His theme was Holy City; The New Jerusalem” To appreciate this effort was only to be heard. The new minister is adjusting himself to the new conditions and shows a commend able zeal for his work. Come out and get acquainted with him and his wife and participate in the good work. “Lend a hand” has inspiration in it. Helping good causes is real happiness. One day in seven was set apart to part with worldly ways and worship God. Dont use it for self and selfish things. Come to church and cheer yourself and others by being in the line of duty. REARING CALVES ON SKIM MILK Question: “What should be mixed into separator milk to be fed tocalves? I had poor luck with my calves last summer, they seemed to be healthy but didn’t grow very much. I always took the froth off as quickly as I finished turning the separator, but didn’t mix anything with the milk. How would ground corn and barley mixed, or either of them put into the milk be? And when should calves be put on separatormilk, or at what age?’’ Answer: “Calves need some feed in addition to skim milk, in order to replace the fat which has been taken off thq milk. Cook whole flax se d, or flax seed meal, and feed about a double handful at a feed mixed in the milk. If you cannot secure the oil meal or flax seed, use ground corn and oats preferably, or ground corn and barley. S In raising skim milk calves, yotf should dilute the whole milk about a week after calving, replacing whole milk with skim milk at the rate of an additional quart each week, so that at six weeks they should be on skim milk without any whole milk.” G. E. MORTON, Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colorado. Subscribe for the TlME3.