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] Lome to -the
t POOL HALL
i For die Best Candy, Tobacco and Cigars, Apple and Red
! Cherry Cider. Will take watches ta repair.
CHEYENNE WELLS. COLO I
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! GOOD LUMBER IS AT THE
I New car of high grade, bright dear limber received
last week. PHONE 17.
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i WE-H A.Niiiil'i AH ’M i : !.KTE STOCK OF ..
Dry Goods, Groceries, and
1 I also handle a complete line of boys
j suits and Knickerbockers. Give me..
| I will pay you the highest market
r price for butter, eggs and cream.
i J. C. FORD,
I ARAPAHOE, COLO.
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IT you lmve an item oC news, a
[l'iend visiting you, or a sale
to advertise, Tell us about it.
The Record $1 per year.
Cash paid for poultry at the
Miss Sybil Ross has been on
the sick list this week.
Mrs. Reese ar.d daughter retur
nod home last Thursday.
J. C. Magwsre had another
stroke of appolexy, last Friday.
John Ruter is another new
subscriber to the Record this!
Mrs Carl Sears is visiting her
parents, south of Arapahoe this
R. B. McCrumb returned home
last Thursday cn the evening
phone No. 41 when you want
the Record Office
Frank N olan of Arapahoe was
in Cheyenne Wells op feuisness
If you want printing that will
stand the test, try the RECORD.
Carl Saylor and wife returned
from a two weeks visit at lola
Kansas, last Saturday evening.
For Sale, A holstein bull calf
five months old. Eligible to re
gistry. Price $35.
37-2 t J. W. Adams.
Tim Dyer and family moved lo
Hugo this week Tim expects to
put in a barber shop in that
town. Here wishing you success
And now the familiar face c f
Ike Jones can be seen on our
streets again, he returned to
Cheyenne Wells last Saturday
Will the party that found my
£tck cf ctir, with rry rinrecn
the sack, last Monday please
leave-it at the Record office
F. C. Smith.
Guy Robinson, of First View,
was in town Monday he having
come here - to have a tooth ex
tracted, while here came in and
renewed his faith in the Record
for another year for which he
will please axcept our thanks.
Ed Counts is, on the sick list
THE CHEYENNE RECORD.
Whtn in tcw'n ar.d you want
a good square meal for 25 cents I
go to the Farmers Horne restaur- 1
ant, under new management,
short orders served at all hours.
R. S. Inman, the dentist, will
be in Cheyenne Wells Monday
Dec. 21. 1913. All parties want
ing work done should remember
the date, as he will he here only
during the holidays.
All Masons, their families and
sweethearts, and members of the
Eastern Star are invited to attend
a banquet on Saturday evening
December 27.1913 at the Masonic
Hall. By Order Committe,
Last Saturday evening the
i community Club gave a dance at
1 the I. O. 0. F. hall to their
membtr3 and it was well attien
ded and a nice social affair.
Every body enjoyed themselves.
Calvado, Pete heron Stallion. .5
years old, weight 2,100 pounds,
for sale or trade, for cattle or
horses, or part trade.
33 2m A. H. Walker,
Wild Horse, Colorado.
'‘lf you want to rent or buy
on easy terms in Cheyenne or
Lincoln County, Colorado, write
me, I have 20,000,acres.
W. J. Morehart,
.37-Feb.,l Mankato, Minn.
J. L. Minor ran a pin, into his
; finger about two weeks ago and
’ blood poison had set in. £ *
came up to Cheyenne Wells last
Friday and had the doctor fix
! him up and now he is getting
j John Lalagher took his depart
ure last Monday for Minneapolis,
i Minn, where he will visit with
his parents whom he has not
! seen -for seven years. We wish
him h pleasant journey and a
safe return John. >
C. R. Moursel, formerly of
First View, but who has recently
been in- Texas came back to
i Cheyenne Wells Sunday night,
and was showing what large
stalks of sugar cane they raised
down there and incidentally
: bragging up that country. But
Eastern Colorado is good enough
Last Friday evening a few
of our young gentlemen took a
notion in their heads that they
would go a sleighriding, and
gathered a number of our young
ladies up and took them with
them, after the slcighride the
young men and their ladies all
went to the Farmers Home Res
taurant where they all partook of
a good oyster supper which had
ben prepared for them. They
1 surely all enjoyed therr.-s.lves or
else we were mistaken in their
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Adams of
Colorado Springs, and their
grand niece, Miss Vivian Laugh- j
lin, are liere visiting. The'
( former are the parents of Mrs.
J. N. Hollenbaugh and had been
visiting in Wisconsin, and con
cluded that they would come and
visit them and spend Christmas
with them before returning
From 7 a, m. to 7. p. m. on
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.
l| (Tjetrles O. Turner :
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X W\W tsetore U\e toca\ and General Land >
X Cilices. FUvng papers made out and executed •*
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♦ CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO X
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I Farmers , Home
► Geo AMBROSIER, Prop. :
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► Meals and Short orders. Our aim :
E to please the Public. |
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CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
General Woodworking and Repairing
Shop Just North of. Cheyenne Wells Lumber Company
CHEYENNE WELtfi, COLORADO
W. C. Schultz, President. J. E. Hayes, Vice-President.
J. M. Staley, Cashier. Robt Hayes, Asst. Cashi r.
Do a General Banking and Collection business.
DON’T BE ATEN-CENTER ft aVC £ n j Ce
Ten-Centers buy everything pos
sible in ten-cent stores. They T .
have the dime habit. They It COStS VOU TOOFC
have lost the sense of values. *'
Ten-cent stores are all right for ten-cent \ j _-»-a \
than TEN CENTS
One such Is Enamel Ware. Cheap . •,,
Enamel Wire is dangerous. It chips L.,*. ~n i, rff**- nil'll itir
and scales, and the glassy pieces are UUI VOU PCI QUaillV
in your pudding. 01
Good Enamel Ware is a joy to every
?e°n US c C en^ bUt,,C ‘ nt bebOUeh,, ° r alsO SCrVICC.
Valore Hardware Co. |
CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO j
FULL LINE OF FRESH AND CURED MEATS OF ALL
Fresh Fish, Oysters and game in season. Cash Paid for
Cheyenne Wells, Colo. •
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