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11 Commercial Hotel 'j. W. & B. W . VELI E, * Fir t Class Accommodations. Your Patronage Solicited .give A CALL CHEYEN NE WELLS, COLO | I BUILDING MATERIAL j All Kinds ________ 1 COAL CEMENT PLASTER I ROOFING CORRUGATED IRON TARRED FELT. WiNDOWS DOORS POSTS WIRE, FITCH Etc. Now is the time to lmild that Barn anJ Cattle shed, When the winter blizmuds come it will l>e too late to secure for your ani mals tin comfort which is their due, and which is necessary to ■ get the.h.'st results. I will furnish you correct estimates on bills and cheerfully show you nrv stock of Lumber and Building M aderial. IE you r dont buy there is no harm done. Call-and see me and get my Prices. YOURS FOR A SQUARE DEAL PHONE 11 * Chas. Eichenberger —♦ —f —♦ —♦ —♦ ——«■ —* ♦ —♦ —♦ l WE HANDLE A COMPLETE STOCK OF .. | Dry Goods, Groceries, and | General Merchandise. ; I also handle a complete line of boys ■ suits and Knickerbockers. Give me.: ?a trial. . " | I will pay you the highest market i price for butter, eggs and cream. I J. C. FORD, f ARAPAHOE, COLO. L + 4.. + —♦ —* —♦ —♦ —♦ —«■ —f —♦- —♦ ——♦ PERSONAL-NEWS If you have an item of news, a friend visititijr you, or a sale to advertise, tell us about it. The Record $1 per year. Wasn’t Saturday a lovely day. Cash for poultry. City Meat Market. Chas. Blifield lost a calf last Friday night. phone No. 41 when you want the Recoad Office There will be a dance at Fred Paulson’s on Nov. 7. The weather has been very changable here this week. John Benson renewed his faith in the Record since our last issue If you want printing that will stand the test, try the Record. You can now have your final proof notice published in the Record. Walter Bales left last Thursday without accomp’ishing what he came for. John Reuter lost ii yearling heifer a few weeks ago with black-leg. The people in town are bank ing up their houses, preparatory for winter. J. C. Ford of Arapahoe, was a business visitor in Cheyenne Wells last Monday. Frank Dobry, of First View, was a pleasant caller at the Re cord office last Friday. A. E. Smith of the Arapahoe country, was in Cheyenne Wells the first part of the week. I will pay 10 cents per pound for spring chickens. 24-tf C. T. Thero. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wells, re turned last Friday evening from 1 their trip to Denver and Boulder. Jas. Bidinger, of the Arapahoe neighborhood, was is Cheyenne Wells Tuesday as a witness in a final proof. Wm. Emal, of Arapahoe, and J. D. Pickering, of First View came in Wednesday and had ' their names enrolled on our books. Thanks. THE CHEYENNE RECORD. 1 Read the ne wAdofJ. C. Tord,' 1 of Arapahoe, and give him a call when in that town. He will t cat you right. Chandler Youtsy of Cole, Colo., took the Saturday evening train for Gallatin, Mo., where he will visit his daughter, who is going to school at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Johnstone and Herman Moldenhauer, returned from Minnesota where they have been visiting their parents for several weeks. They look as if they had enjoyed their trip. —NOTICE. — All parties know ing themselves indebted to W. O. Compher, on horse and Jack ac count are hereby notified to call and settle the same at once. 22-tf Jas. FRAKES. Estray Notice, strayed from my place 1 black yearling mare colt, Branded B. ~ on left shoulder. Liberal reward will be paid for information leading to its recovery. J. S. Baber. John C. Shaffecjof Chicago, has bought up thiee of Denver lea ding newspapers during the past week they are the Rocky Moun tain News, the Republican and the Times, and will consolidate them. C. C. Turner and J. N. Hol lenbaugh returned from Denver, last Friday. Charley pifrchased ' through Sears & Hollenbaugh, a new Hupmobile, and had Mr. Hollenbaugh accompany him home with it. Uncle E. B. Kibbee of Arapa hoe was in Cheyenne Wells last Friday and made this office a pleasant call. He informed us that his wheat is all up in fine shape and that it is well rooted, and with a favorable Spring, he will have a nice crop of wheat next year. | C. G. Sargant, rural school visitor of Fort Collins, was in Cheyenne Wells;- Tuesday and made a short talk to the High School. He went from here to Medill, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnstone. He will . be back to Qheyenne Wells, Friday night. 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 REMOVAL After this issue of the Record we will be located in the building formerly occupied by the Chey edne County State Bank, first door east of the Postoffice, to which we invite all our friends and patrons, whenever you are in town. Public Sale I will sell at Public Sale in Cheyenne Wells on SATURDAY NOVEMBER Ist The following, Extra good fur niture: Bed springs, mattresses, bedding, dressers, heating stoves rugs, and in fact all my house hold effects and other articles too numerous to mention. SALE BEGINS AT 1 o’clock C. L. ZOLLINGER, Owner, Col. Plessinger, Auct. II 44444444444444444444 44444444 444444444444444444444444 (tjeirles O. Turner j' Land Attorrjey | f * ♦ ♦ Will practice toelore Vn.e local and General Land 4 Omces. Piling papers made out and executed * I -j x CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO X -4.4. 4 4.4.^4.4.444 ' JTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrrTrTTTTVTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTTVj l Farmers’ Home : : t HENRY SMITH, Prop. : — ; 1 X Meals and Short orders. Our aim : ► x i to please the Public. s r 4 AAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa* . i • "" . >1 ■ I M AYNARD &Ak ERLY j I CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS \ I General Woodworking and Repairing 1 1 Shop Just North of Cheyenne Wells Lumber Company 1 I CHEYENNE WELTIS, COLOHADO J J F. TINSLEY, General 13 lac k. smit In • Iei l] cl Wagon YA3o rk Horse Shoeing a Specialty. ■pi imnn——a— wmsmmm a— ————m 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4-4 A—-4 4 4 4 4 4 Col. E. PLESSINGER - \ • Live Stock and Real Estate Auctioneer Sales cried anywhere when not conflicting with other dates YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 7 CHEYENNE WELLS - - COLORADO —4 4 —4 4- 4 4 4 4 ■ 4 4- 4 4' 4 -4 4 -4 4 4 4 4 4 -4 4 4 4- —4 4 4 4 4—4 <- .. j WE HANDLE A COMPLETE STOCK OF .. - , - * m ’Dry Goods, Groceries and General Merchandise .. <- ■ Our Fall Stock of Dry Goods ‘ • are Arriving Daily Come in 4- « o and Make Your Selections 4 . • While the Stock is Complete ■4 - <■ ”DO NOT Forget that we will buy... your cream, butter and eggs - ► Trumbor & Counts; -4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 H*.