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BUYING CREAM We are Buying Cream for the COLORADO SPRINGS CREAMERY CO. Bring your Cream in. We test EVERY DAY except Sunday. TRUMBOR & COUNTS. ■ T + : ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 < 4 4 f 4■ ♦ » 4 I 4 4 -4 ♦ 4 ♦ 4 4 4 f -4 —* f We handle a complete line of «► DRYGOODS, GROCERIES, and General Merchandise. $ ► Cream Station in connection.. ♦ with Store. f J. C. FORD, i Arapahoe. Colorado. j I—4 4 4 -4—4- 4 . 4—4 4 4 4 4 4! *♦444444444444444444444-44444444444444444444444444444 | Reg. Percheron Stallion x j coco, No. 1309, j 4 Is dark brown in color, weighs about 1,900 pounds. ♦ j Joe, No. 1303, j 4 ♦ ♦ Is a registered Jack, Dark Iron Grey with black points. ♦ X X 4 Will make the season of l‘)la at the following places on tin- f ( ,|- 4 4 lowin'? (lays of each week; Win. 1 lenderson's, 1 mill* noithwestof 4 4 Arapahoe, Wednesday and Thursday; Friday and Saturday at my ♦ 4 liarn in Cheyenne Weils; balance of week at my Uaneli, six miles * 4 northwest of Cheyenne Wells. ♦ J T Kit MM; Stallion, 41-to insure mure in foul, *l4 to Insure eolt * 4 to stand and suck. 4 4 .Tack, $lO to insure inare in foal, 912 to insure eolt to stand and 4 X stick. 4 ♦ Notes Iwcnme due and payable if mare is sold, traded, or removed i ♦ from county. Care* will lie taken to avoid accidents, hut will not U* ♦ + responsible should any occur. ♦ | E. PLESSINGER. f ggBggWßßEsßgßßßg»!"'i—' . ' ' —■■■ ■ n ■■ ——- | KEEP YOUR BUILDINGS j 1 PAINTED and Save Costly j I Repair Work. Everyone knows the itnportmiee of keepino fl building well “ _ painted, from the standpoint of apjteartmee alone, painting adds value to property and in ease of a sale will help to bring .. high prices. Inasmuch as lumber and repair woak are very costly, you will surely see that it is much cheaper to keep your bl dings well painted. I Will do your painting, papering, or ~ knsoinining at a very low cost. Ail work guaranteed sntis -- factory. Also photo’s enlarged and framed. Give gie a trial .. is all I ask. I have bad ten years experience in Cliiougo, HARRY L. WOODS, CHEYENNE WELLS. COLO. 4 4 -4 4 ,4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- Alfalfa Special The Union Pacific’s Forage Crops Special Train will be in Cheyenne Wells, Sept. 19, 1913 From 11 o’clock a. m. to Ip. m. 8 You should all come to Cheyenne Wells on that day g and let these experts demonstrate to you how Alfalfa and Q Forage crops can successfully grown in Eastern Coloaado I t i RBAL ESTATE ! |. - ! t 1 x if you want to know: x the value of Real Estate! ! in Cheyenne County, write! ♦ ♦ t The Eastern Colorado Times, ♦ ! . i X They furnish this information free, i ! If you have any particular tract of land-| |in view, give us the legal description, | X and we will write you the desired in- X ♦ formation. X FIRST VIEW NEWS. Mrs. Geo. Culley returned from Denver Saturday. All schools in district No. 3 will start Sept. Bth. Rev. DuMunbrun preached a fine sermon here Sunday. Tied. Kurtz returned from Hays, Kansas. Saturday. Mrs. B. F. Pike was a business visitor in our burg Saturday. Mrs. Kerr and Mrs. Goud.v and children spent Sunday with Mrs. | Moler and Dolly. Fred Tuley has sold his claim here and le t for Kansas with a car of goods Monday. Mrs. C. S. Goudy arrived from Plainville. Kansas, last week on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Kerr. Miss Bertha Besser, who has been visiting Mrs. Thos. Hick man, left for Denver last week. There will be a big dance in the new school house Sept. 3rd. Good music. Everybody come. Zora Curtis and Mrs. George Fredericks returned from a trip to Colo. Springs and Denver Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Woodrow and family F. McDonald and family and Rev. DeMunbrun spent Sunday at the G. C. Cal vert ranch. Thos. Hickman returned from Kansas City last, week and after a short visit here, went to Chey enne Wells to take charge of the Republican. Guy Robinson returned from a trip through Kansas Sunday. Mr. and Mi's. Thos. Dwver and family, Thos. Mansfield and sons and Fred Kurtz spent Sunday with Mrs. Melton. A letter from Mrs. Thos. Mars field, from Melette, S. Dak., states that her mother died a few hours after her arrival. The sympathy of the community goes out to her in her bereavement. ARAPAHOE. The new school building in Arapahoe is nearing completion. Mr. and Mrs. August Tuxhorn spent Tuesday with home folks. Mrs. J. T. Price spent Satur day in the Walker and Wyant homes. Lura Ferguson and grand mother are expected here Friday morning., Warren Givens has been t! reshing for W. Henderson this week. R. C. Lewis and Bert Howard were callers at the C. D. Sawyer ranch Sunday. J. C. Ford and W. F. Wyant were auto callers in Cheyenne Wells Thursday. Gertrude Walker and Fernard Bidinger were Monday callers at the county seat. Mrs. Clifford Kibbie and Lou ise Kessler were callers at Chey enne Wells Monday. Mrs R. C. Lewis and sister, Miss Halgren, leave for Kearney Nebraska, Friday morning. Dora Loster and Lillian Walker spent Thursday night with Mrs. F. J. Quinn of Cheyenne Wells. Gur rural mail carrier W. Col son, is on the sick list this week and W. G. Walker is hauling the mail. Howard Eash will leave for Garden City. Kansas Friday morn in" where he will resume his school work. Mrs. J. C. Dunton and children arrived home Saturday morning after an extended visit with rela<j| tives and friends in Minnesota. The building of the Manse in Arapahoe is well under progress , with a large force of willing men will soon be completed. Under the direction of W. P. Owen and W. F. Wyant who will see that the work is put forward a3 fast as possible. Trumbor & Counts store is re ceiving a new coat of paint this week. At the Teacher examination in Cheyene Wells last week 14 out of 17 passed: 3 receiving first grade, 8 receiving seeond grade, 3 third grade, and only 3 failed. A communnication from Red” stone Colo was received too late for this issue but will appear in parr, next week. T. E. Hickman, of the Chey enne News, was a pleasant call er at the Times office Wednesday We gladly extend the of welcome to him. I'n ri 1111 ii 111 11 11 111 mmi rmrii M Efficiency Efficiency in a Cream Separator ia measured by the amount of work the machine will do and the way it does it. With the BEATRICE you can skim mmrm milk, in the same time, and skim ctommr, than with any other Separator. Economy The BEATRICE is the Sepsrator for real economy, because, cnpacity considered, the price is lowest: be cause it sets more cream out of the milk, and because it saves time and labor. Durability T *»e construction of the BEATRICE aim* at ftreostb and durability. All material* umc- aietbe boKt It Is ttio strongest, bp# looking and simplest in eonid notion. TronWe In operation Is almost done away with and cost of repairs Is very tow. Price In the BEATRICE you get mom titan twice the skimming capacity for the name money—and we absolutely save yon $2O to 9*o. Prices: MO to WOlbs. capacity. |K«| 7M to 800 lba.. |«B| MO to 1000 lbs.. f 79. Free with each Rcuarator—BKATltlOE Cen trifugal Illsc Washing Device and 1-Ploce Steel PalL Come In and see the BEATRICE Cream Separator for yourself. W. B. Moldenhauer, AGENT.