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NOTICE. All parties having business transactions with the Eastern Colorado Times should address their communications and make their checks payable to the East ern Colorado Times. ♦ —— . Cash for poultry. City Meat Market. | Read the Public Sale notice in this issue. All kinds of temperance drinks at the Pool Hall. Miss Fay Sherman is visiting in town this week. Frank Williams is in Denver this week on a visit Ice cream, soda water, cigars and pop at the Pool Hall. Cahill & Wells received a car load of new flour this week. When in need of painting or papering, see H. L. Woods. Chas. Eichenberger received a carload of lumber this week. A, F. Counts, of Los Angelos is a new subscriber this week. Don Sears, of Arena, was in our town the first of the week. J. E. Shriver, of Weskan was in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday. A nice shower visited this sec tion of country Monday evening. E. B. Kibbee, of the Arapihoe country was seen on our streets last Friday. Frank Quinn started for Minne apolis Minn. Monday to visit his brother for a few weeks. Remember Cox the photo grapher, will be in Cheyenne Weils Aug. 16, for one day. only. Come and tee our new line of spring goods and slippers. 8-tf Trumbor & Counts. Read the advertisement of W. B. Moldenhauer in this issuse, 'and sea. him before you buy a cream separator. The Altar Society will be enter tained at the home of Mrs. D. T. Hollywood Aug. 21. All are cor dially invited. The Home Dairy Cafe have had their sign taken down from the top of their building and placed in front of the entrance, on the si reet. Did you read the ad. of J. F. Tiinsley, if not, you had better, and then bring your work to town. H# guarantees all his work. Mr. Zollenger. father of Roy Zollenger, was on the sick list the latter part of last week, but is improving nicely under the care of Dr. Booth, The 1912 year book of the De partment of Agriculture is now ready for distribution. Parties desiring copies of the same can prpcure them by addressing the Senators or Representatives at Washington? B. C. J. F. TINSLEY, General Blacksmith, arjcl Wagon Work Horse Shoeing a Specialty. C. C. Turner returned from Arkansas Wednesday morning, He reports the country down there to rough for him. Unde Joe Robinson, is certain ly going into the poultry business as he has built a adobe chicken house ninety feet long and isput ing on a good roof. Wm. Moldenhauer, is assist ing in the Valore Hardware dur ing the absence of Fred Mackey, who has gone to Cripple Creek to visit his sister and other friends.' Portraits made, photos enlar ged on pillow tops, hats, neck ties. handkerchiefs and china ware. Price 75 cents and up. H. L. Woods. 'Mrs. A. M. Yoder, of the Arap ahoe cquntry was in Cheyenne Wells Wednesday and called on “ye editor”and family and left a dollar for the Times for another year. Thanks. George Rudolph from north of Arapahoe, brouht several sacks of | roasting ears to Cheyenne Wells last Saturday that he had raised on his place so eastern Colorado isn’t so bad after all. ROOMS TO RENT. Furnished or unfurnished, special inducements to school girls who wish to do light house keeping. Mrs. Eichenberger. John E. Cox, the photographer will be in Cheyenne Wells Satur day, August 16, prepared to take family groups, cabinet or postal card pictures of you or your fam ily. He will be here one day only, Several of Fannie Velies young friends gave her a suprise last Thursday evening, it being her birthday, Refreshments were served at a late hour and all de parted wishing Miss Fannie many more birthdays. If you have land to trade or sell write me. Give description and numbers, I go to Missouri sjon to look for trades and buy ers. Send letters to Osceola, la. they will follow rpe. 19-23 L. S. Wilson. : w NOTICE. I have some Fruit Ranches, and Income Property in the Grand Valley of Colorado, to trade for Stock Ranches, or raw land in Cheyenne county. Write me what you have. W. E. Redmo.v. Palisade, Colo. R. K. Sherrod, was a social caller at the' Times office on Wednesday. He informs us that he and his neighbors would be pleased to see a little more moist ure as then they would have plenty of feed for their stock. He thinks from the outlook at present that they will have enough, by judicious feeding. Call agai^. Snbscribe for the Times. A letter from H. L. Woods, states that ha ha? been in Den ver, where he is finishing: up two big contracts ha had and he will be home the last of this month. So if you have any work in his line you had better save it until he comes. Fred Hendrick and Miss Lily Rowley, of Norton conty Kansas, arrived in Cheyenne Wells Sun day morning, to visit with “yeeditor” and family fora few days. They had been to Boulder and Denver, and other interme diate points, sight-seeing, and were returning home. CHURCH NOTES Sunday August 10, 1913 Sunday School 10 A. M. Sermon 11 A. M. Epworth League 7:30 P. M. Preaching 8 P. M. Prayer meeting on Wednesday •night 7:30. D. M. Scott, Pastor. LODGE DIRECTORY. . IVANHOE LODGENo. 153 I. O. O. F. meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m., in the I. O. O. F. Hull. Visiting- brothers in good standing always welcome. J. A. McCrumb, N. G. J. N.Hollenbaooh, V. G. M. P. Trumbor, Sec’y. CHEYENNE WELLS LODGE No. 132. A. F. & A. M. Regular meetings first and thii-d Tuesday evenings of each month at 7:30, sharp, at Masonic Hall in the Forker building. All Muster Masons in good standing cordially invited. Chas. C. Turner, W. M. C. O. Booth, Secy. POSTOFFICE HOURS. From 7 a, m. to 7. p. m. on week days. From 10 to 11 a. m. and from 4 to 5 p. m. on Sundays. Legal Holidays same as Sun days. Mrs. Jennie Ross, P. M. UNION PAGIFICJIME GIRD WESTBOUND. No. 103 Fast Mail 1:10 a in “ 1011 0:10 a m “ 101 Mail 9:53 a m EASTBOUND. “ 103 Fast Mail 12:33 a m “ 110 Mai! 3:42 pin “ 102 0:35 p m II c HOIMEIS DM ID Physician, Surgeon and Elec- TIIICI IN. EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT. GENERAL SURGERY Arapahoe Colorado Phone 146-6 J. A. McCRUMB & SONS Transfer Will do all kinds of hauling and solicit your patronage. Rates Reasonable. Phone 38 | (fjgirles O. Turncri | Land Attorrjey | I ' i !W\W practice before tde local and General Land | Ottlces. Filing papers made out and executed | | t CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦■»■» + »4 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦ rTTTTTfTITTTTTTTmTTTTYTT TVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTVTI ► < \ Farmers , Home ► 4 \ HENRY SMITH, Prop. j ► - 4 ► -- = 4 ► 4 ► 4 ► 4 l Meals and Short orders. Our aim « ► 4 l to please the Public. 3 r < AAAiAAAAAAUiAAAAiAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Trumbor & Counts DEALERS IN Dry • Goods, Groceries. » 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 j 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 $5.20 and $3.00 per day. Try one of these moderate priced rooms with bath and you will be pleased. tH* -t** *£• s}£-«- New Fire Proof Annex; Every Room With Bath; Completed July i, 1912 FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN THE EASTERN COLORADO TIMES.