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Cheyenne Record
Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
. C. T. BOGERT, Lessee and Editor.
Published every Thursday in Cheyenne Wells,
Cheyenne county Colorado, and entered at the
postoffice as second class mail matter, April 3,1912
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Subscription Oue Dollar per Year
ADVERTISING BATES
Display advertising ‘ 10c per inch
each insertion; locals 5c per line each
insertion
NOTICE
All parties having proof no
tices in this paper will receive a
copy of each issue during the
life of the notice, and should
you notice any mistake in your
notice please notify us at once so
we can make the correction. Al
so remember tnat these notices
should be paid in advance, or im
mediately after first publication.
CHURCH NOTES
“Time To Seek The Lord”
Evangelistic Meetings now at
the Methodist Church. Leader
ship, Rev. G. W. Dudley of Kit
Carson. Meetings every evening
this week, except Saturday, at
7:30.
The Sunday worship at the
usual hour.
You are cordially invited.
D. M. Scott.
Pastor
On Sunday last, a party of
friends autord down from
Cheyenne Wells, to the Ross
ranch to see their Uncle. It was
the jolliest bunch, I have seen
for a long time. I was practially
prepared to receive them know
ing the fondness they have for
chicken. I made a special levy
on my chickenhouse, but it won't
withstand many more like this,
I have sometimes read of the
tables fairly groaning un 'er the
weight of the victuals, but this
crowd groaned loud and long
while the table was being un
loaded. They returned to Chey
enne Wells early in the afternoon
and all expressed their sorrow at
having to leave so early. 1 tell
you I was not at all sorry, to see
them leave, or I would have had
to go hungry for several days
myself for if there is anyone that
likes three good square meals a
day it is your Uncle Joe.
It’s all right folks, come again
A WORD TO THE WISE
The Cheyenne News stated in
it’s last issue that Walter L. Bales
who formerly worked on the
Eastern Colorado Times was here
trying to form a stock company
to purchase the Recoup.
For the information of o’ur es
teemed contemporary, and the
friends of the Record and others,
the editor of the Recoup wishes
to state that this paper cannot
bssold by Mr. B ilea or anyone
else during the life of ottr lease,
which does not terminate untill
July 15. 1914. repqrts to the
contrary notwithstanding.
The editor of the News would
do well to get their News matter
corrected before making tiny
statements regarding the Record
We do not own the plant con
sequently do not have anything
to sell only the buisness which we
have built up since we leased
the plant, as every one knows
the Eastern Colorado Times was
on the decline and in consequence
had no buisness when we leased
it we have worked hard and
diligently to build up a good
business for ourselves, and by the
help of our friends, we are suc
ceeding, and it is NOT FOR
SALE.
Be sure and attend the Zollin
ger sale in town Saturday*
Ed Phillips and wife will visit
with Ed’s parents the latter part
of this week.
ARAPAHOE.
Mrs. C. 'W. Raven has been on
the sick list.
Miss Anna Dresselhouse re
turned from Denver, Monday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bidinger
were Sunday guests at the Walk
er home.
Messrs. Fernard and Fay Bid
inger left for Greeley, Colo., last
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson are
entertaining his sister, Miss Anna
from Fairfield, lowa.
Mrs. R. C. Lewis and Mother,
Mrs. Sealey, spent Fridry after
noon with Mrs. Wyant.
Mrs. W. G. Walker and Ger
trude spent Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. C. D. Sawyer.
W. G. Walker, W. F. Wyant
ane John are attending the sale
at Zollingers, today (Tuesday.)
The lecture given at the Chap
el Monday evening, by Mr. Sar
gent was well attended and--en
joyed by all.
Each- weather disturbance
leaves a cooler temperature.
Winter is surley coming, like
wise tax paying time.
Mrs. J. M. Nesbitt and Mrs.
M. C. Owens from the northeast
part of the county, were callers
at Arapahoe, Wednesday.
Mr. Jack Howard from Boulder
who has been visiting his parents
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Howard, te
turned to his home, Tuesday.
The Ladies Social Circle spent
Wednesday, sewing for the Mr
Jim Shaffer family whose house
and contents were destroyed by
fire a few weeks ago.
pt PATRICK
Efficiency
Efficiency in n Cream Separator is
measured by the amount of work the
inachine will do and the way it does it.
With the BEATRICE you can skiui
more milk, in the snino tjmo. and skim
closer, than with any other Separator.
Economy
The BEATRICE is the Separator
for real economy, because, rapacity
considered, the price is lowest: be
cause it cets more cream out of tho
milk, and bocauso it saves time and
labor.
Durability
The construction of the BEATRICE air.«
ut strength unit durability. All materlaln
used are tho best. It Is tho strongest. host
looking nod sl»ipli>st In construction.
Troublo In operation Is almost done away
with and cost of repairs Is very low.
Price
In the BEATRICE you get more than
twice the skimming capacity for tho samo
money—and wc absolutely save you $2B to
•40. Brices: MO to flOOlbs. capacity. SSS;
?•*> toHOO 11m..9«5; OISO to 1000 Itis., 970.
l ree*v!th each Heparator—BEATßlCE Cen
trifugal Disc Washing Device and 1-I’lcco M
Steel Pall. W
Come In and see tho BEATRICE Cream E
Separator for you rsolf. SJ
W. B. Moldenhauer, n
B AGENT. @
THE CHEYENNE RECORD.
POOL HALL
Gregor Volt, Prop.
• • Candies, Nets, Cigars and -•
.. Tobacco Always
, Nice and Fresh.
A Nice Place to Pass the Time. *«►
4 4+ 4 4- 4 ♦ 4 4
j P. B3BTH, 10. |
I Physician and Surgeon 1
f IPHONE No. :i5. -
| Cheyenne Wells, Colorado
ZE3I O HOMER HUE JD
Physician, Surgeon and Elec-
THICI IN.
E.YE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT.
GENERAL SURGERY
Arapahoe Colorado
Phone 146-6
J. A. McQRUMB & SONS
I
Transfer
Will do all kinds of hauling and
solicit your patronage.
Rates Reasonable. Phone 38
LODGE DIRECTORY.
IYANHOE LODGENo. 153
I. O. O. I'', meets every j
Thursday evening at 7:.'!0 p. in . in the '
I. O. O. Hall. Visiting brothers in
good standing always welcome.
.J. A. MgG'KUMR, N. G.
.1. N.Hou.enuaugh, V. U.
M. I’. Tiiumbok, Sec’y.
CHEYENNE WELLS LODGE
No. 132.
A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings lirst and third
Tuesday evenings of eueli month at
7RIO, sharp, at Masonic Hall in t’.ie ■
Eorker building'. Al! Must,'!' Masons'
in good standing cordially invited.
‘Jhas. U. Turner, W. M.
C. O. Booth, Secy.
IION PM TIM
WESTBOUND.
No. 105 Past Mail 1:10 u m
“ 100 0:10 a in
'* 101 Mail 0:5-3 a m
EAST BOUND.
“ 101 Fast Mail 12:33 a m
4 1K) Mail 3:42 p m '
“102 • 0:3.3 pm ’
Methodist Church.
I
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Sermon 11 A. M.
By the Pastor
Epworth League 7:30 P. M. I
Preaching 8 P. M.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
night 7:30.
We invite yoirand your friends
D. M. Scott.
Pastor.
Catholic Church.
There wilt be Catholic sirvices
at the Cahill Wells Annex,
every third Sunday in each
month.
Directory of the Presbyterian
church of Arapahoe, Colo. i
Sunday school (D V) 10:30 am. |
Preaching 11:30 a m. |
Song and preaching service
7:30 p. m. i
Weskan the last Sabbath in
each month. j
Preaching at 11 a m and 7:30p m
H. H. Cane, Pastor. I
CREAM!- CREAM!! CREAM!!! I
WE are located in the little office
room just west of the Commer
cial Hotel dnd are prepared to |
handle all the
CREAM
I hat you have-DONT forget the placr 8
co.'*' I
J. W. VELIE, AGENT chi;yknnh wnrxs. polo. jj
B 6 Cole’s Heaters
For soft coal. Edgtiitr,
Slack, Siftings. Hard
coal, Coak or Wood
. COAL STOVE in which
A the f ire ia not.out from
the time it is set up in the
mands attention only three times
m twenty-four liours with soft coal
and two times with hard coal, and
which R ives an even heat day and
night with soft coal or hard coal—
has long been the dream of the
good housekeeper, and is realized in
Cole’s Original Hot Blast Stove
r_ SOLD BY THE
Valore Hardware Co.
CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO
I Overland Garage Co
S Sears and Hoi.lenbauoh, Props ■>
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i passengers for any point you
1 may wish to go, and guarantee the
ij best Q f serv i CCt Rates reasonable,
fi - ’PHONE No. 39 —-
| WE have a new, complete line of
d supplies and accessories, and
N we can fit you out in anything
S that you may need in that line
§ W/L are also agents for ~
the ‘HUPMOBILE’
tlic best medium priced _
automobile on the market
today ■
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fIHHi
Undertaking
I and Embalming
■ 0 "" 1,111 1,11 1 1 ' ■■■■ >™——■
I carry a complete line of Undertaking goods and
Funeral Supplies. A licensed embalmcr and all
of the most modern equipment for taking care of
and directing funerals, see to the securing of pall
bearers, preparing grave, furnishing steel vault
if desired. Phone 20.
J. N. Hollenbaugh Cheyenne Wells

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