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POOL HALL For tlip best Candy, Tobacco, and ('items. Apple and Red Cherry Cider, Will take Watches to repair. Gregor Voit, Prop. * WORLD'S Che yenne Wells, Cnlo. ♦4. 4 4 * 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4 -1 1 4- A JUMBO ; Jumbo is a black 8 years old. He .. 3 is a mammoth Jack, sure of getting" » f | foal, 15-1-2 bands high, will make the " ~| ,£ season of 191-4 at the Ross Ranch. 8 m iles north of Arapahoe, Colo. TKIt.MS: $l5 to insure colt to stand and suck; s>l2.s} to insure mare - • with foal single service SS. .Breeding houis 11 a. m. and Ip. m. 4- Cure will betaken to avoid accidents, but will not he responsible I should any occur. If mures are sold, traded, or ivmoved from the" 4countv, service fee becomes due and payable at once, j ' JoS. ROBINSON, .Tit. 44. , 4 4 4—4 4 4 4- --4—4 4 4 4 PERSONAL--NEWS If you huvo an item of news, a fi ieiul visiting' you, or a sale to advertise, tell us tiltoui it. The Record $1 per year. Ike Jones, lias returned from his trip in the east. If you want printing that will stand the test, try the Record. phone No. 41 when you want the Record Office Remember W. 11. Nipps, the dentist will be here March 16. and 17. T. J. McNevin was a Chey enne Wells visitor Saturday evening. Remember the dates of Dr. W. H. Nipps. Mar. 16 and 17, at Cheyenne Wells. Jessie Dunton, of the Arapa hoe country was in Cheyenne Weils Monday on business. Moody Handcock left last Sun day evening for Russell Kansas, to look for employment. A good time is assured those who attend the dance at the I. 0 O. F. Hail on Mar 17, 1914. B. D. Piatt, of the Arapahoe country was transacting business in Cheyenne Wells last Saturday. A. Fresh line of pop, ginger ale, root beer, also Cherry cider, at the Farmers Restaurant Try it. From the 16th to the 21st of March Mrs. Rollow will make pictures at the Cheyenne Wells Studio. 49 3t Mts. Adams,.of Sharon Springs was visiting with Mrs. Hargle roads the latter part of last week. • There will be a public dance at Arapahoe on Saturday evening March 14, 1914.. Everybody in vited, . Miss Ethel Long and brother, of Arena, were overnight visitors in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday evening. Mrs. O. H. Fuller,. of Sharon Springs, Kans;, has moved • into luer property in tjxe east part of Gbeyenne Wells. F, J. Quinn was enjoying a vis it from his brother, J. J. Quinn, from Minneapolis, Minn., the lat ter part of last week. Dr. W. H. Nipps will make regular trips to Cheyenne Wells every two weeks. Mar. 1(5 und 17, next dates. F. J. Quinn arrived home last Friday morning from his trip west lookihg and feeling better than when he went away. The Cheyenne Wells Photo gallery will be open during all of the third week in March. 49 3t Mrs. Rollow Wm Henderson of Arapahoe was transacting business in Cheyenne Wells, Monday, and made this office a social call. Dr. H. Nipps will be in Chey- j enne Wells on Monday and Tues day March 16 and 17th prepared to do all kinds of dental work. For Sale— About 50 bushels of Siberian millet seed. Inquire 1 of C. W. Auten, 10 miles north of Arapahoe Colo, The Catholic Ladies will give a chicken supper at the I. O. 0. F Hall on March 17. Price 25 cents, supper served from 6:30 to 8. P, M. C. O. Riggs, of Longmont, Colo., the party that traded for Uncle John Snyders south place has arrived and has taken posses sion of it. | Now is your chance; Mrs. Rol low, a photographer, with years of experience will have the gal lery open for only one week, 16 , to 21st, inclusive. 49 3t Mrs. Frank Williamms will, entertain the Ladies Aid Society at her home or Thursday March 16. 1914 assisted by Mrs. L. W. Wells or Mrs. A. W. Jones. I have about 25 tons of cotton seed meal and cake, good quality which I will sell at $ 32. and $34. per ton R. C. Lewis. Arapahoe Colo. Maurice Howard and Merle Sn : h will give a public dance at the 1. O. O. F. Hall St Patrick’s | night, Tuesday March 17, 1914.. ! everybody go and ..have a good time., TIIE CHEYENNE RECORD. M. J. Creighton, of Hill City, Kans, arrived in Cheyenne Wells, the first of the week . He is troubled with hay fever and asthma and came here to get relief. J. H. Bidinger and son Fay of Arapahoe, were in Cheyenne Wells Monday doing business. J. H. called at our office and left a dollar with us for his renewal. Thanks. Head the advertisement of Cahill and Wells in this issue, and do not forget to visit their Store when in need of anything in their line. They will treat you right. Tim Dwyer, came down from Hugo, lastSalurday and informed us that lie had sold out his barber business there and that he would now locate in Denver. Succes to you Tim. Have one car of good yellow «orn on track, $1.40 per hun dred. And expect another car of choice Cotton Cake and Meal $35 per ton. W. W. Howard. Arapahoe Cole. Otto Reese, who has been in Oregon and Washington, during the past winter returned home to Cheyenne Wells last week and renewed for this paper and had it sent to him at this place. Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Walker, of Arapahoe, were ini Cheyenne Wells Wednesday. They came up to have Dr. Homer treat Mr. Walker who was hurt some weeks ago. We acknowledge a social call from them. Clarence Auten, of Arapahoe was in our den last Saturday, He says he knows that it pays j to advertise in the Record for j he inseited an ad and sold to parties whom he had never seen j or knew. ' CHENEY—CHURCH Married-Mr. Cloyd Cheney, of Wray, Colo, and Miss Francis Church, of Arapahoe, Colo were married at Burlington Colo on Monday March 9. 1914. Miss Francis is the daughter of Mrs. M. E. Church, of the northeast part of the county, she is a highly respected young lady and loved by all who came in contact with her. She is mild in her manners, and winsome in her ways. We can say to Mr. Cheney that he has secured a prize, of a lady, for his wife, We have'.known Francis, for t le last four years, and know her to be a perfect lady in every respect, We are not acquainted with the groom, but we hear him highly spoken of in the commu nity in which lie lives. The Record with their many friends here wish them an abundance of the blessings of j married life. | Public Sale j 14 miles north of Weskan. Kas Mar. 18 1914. 110 head of hor ses and mules. 22 head of cattle, 1 standard mammouth Jack, 16 hands, 5 years old. Mike Nowieyski. FOR SALE. Alfalfa hay, good dty standard 3 - grade, No. 1 $l3 per ton, F. O. B. cars Denver. F. L. Kinney, 43 tf Denver, Colo. Stockyards Sta' R.. F. D. 3 . Box 67 A. | (F)£rirlc>» O. ru rn <2 r | t Attorrjey | ! ! t W\W pracUoa to£\ore tde \oca\ and General Land ♦ t Cilices. F ding papers made out and executed ♦ \ | t CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO ♦ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTWniYTffTTIT VTTYTTTTTTVTVTTTTTVTT J f Farmers’ Home | l Geo AMBROSIER, Prop. 3 | ' ——\ ► BREAD, PIE and CAKE constantly on hand •* < ► Meals and Short orders. Our aim 5 l to please the Public. \ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA *AAAA&AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAaA^ r — 1 IM AYNARD & AkERLY J CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS General Woodworking and Repairing fi Shop Just North of Cheyenne Wells Lumber Company a ■ CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO 1' \fcanai ii. i ■ 7i tii ■bbb——■—————Baaai ■■■ ■ aasaM^ H ■ I—m W. C. Schultz, President. H. C. Nelson, Vice-President. J. M. Staley, Cashier. A. M Staley, Asst. Cashi r. CHEYENNE COUNTY STATE BANK !Do a General Banking and Collection business. 4 per cent interest paid on Time Deposits. We rent sate deposit l>oxcs HOUSE CLEANING TIME j It is time to begin 5 B pl anr, i n § your house T 1 |cleaning and mak -1 IlffiMtii ing your old Furni- Bl)iyture look new for the summer. We have a nice line of | VARNISH, STAINS, PAINTS, 1 ALABASTINE and BRUSHES. I (Everything to make your home lookj like new. | Valore Hardware Co. R I CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO I; GIT Y MARKET I FULL LINE OF FRESH AND CURED MEATS OF ALL I KINDS. I VEGETABLES j Fresh Fish, Oysters and game in season, - Cash Paid for jj Hides. CROSSAN <te (§. ' Cheyenne Wells, Colo.