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I; . Come to the j
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j j f|'(M® Uigurs. Apple and Rid Cherry Cider, |
j ] TOji I 1 Wiil lake Watches to repair. j
j [Billet ISli Gregor Vcit ; Prop.
I Give «* ll <•“»•
U.-L-'l&SSsf y WORLD’S Cheyenne Wells, Coin.
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jk. JUMBO 1
Jumbo is a black 8 years old. He j
| • is a mammoth Jack, sure of getting*
M jr! foal, 15-i-2 hands high, will make the^
| . .''sj&pMsfiljJgggh season of 1914 at thc..£oss Ranch. 8 |
I 1 miles north of Arajyaiioc, Colo. |
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. 4 TKIvMS: $l5 to insure co?t to suck-. $12.;%0 to insure mure ,
■♦with foal single service $B. Unfding hours X) a. in. and -4 p. m. +
4 (Jftie will be taken accidents, but will not he responsible!
[should uny occur -‘•VV mares are sold, traded, or removed from the’*
♦.county, ji.r\Hce fee becomes duo and payable at once.
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If you liavv ail item of news, a
fiieni! visiting you, or a sale
to advertise, tell its about it.
The Record $1 par year.
Is this March or April weather.
Cash paid for eggs at Beattrice
cream station.
Mrs. D. M. Scott is ou the sick
list this week.
Dr, W. 11. Nipps will be here
again on April 27 ar.d 28.
If yon want printing that will
star.d the test, try the Record.
phone No. 41 when you want
the Record Office
Miss May Baber was an over
night visitor in Cheyenne Wells
Frank Nolan, of the Arapahoe'
country was in Cheyenne Wells
This kind of weather must
surely suit those who like plenty
of wind.
Take your cream to the Beat
trice Creamery and get the 1 igh
est market price.
Albert Schultz, was putting in
new posts around his pasture,
north of town this week.
J. H. Bidinger, and son Fer
nard were Cheyenne Wells visi
tor Wednesday.
Mr. Craine and Claud Shriner,
of Arapahoe, were in Cheyenne
Wells yesterday.
1 Clarence Auten, of Arapahoe,
was a pleasant caller at this of
fice last Saturday.
Miss Cleo, Wickell, of Denver,
is a new subscriber to the Rec
ord this week. Thanks.
A large crowd attended the
Faster exercises at the Methodist
Church on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Gahagan was visiting
her mother and sister at the L.
A. Hickey home yesterday.
Cash paid for cream at the
Beattrice Creamery.
John Williams. Mgr.
A. Fresh line of pop, ginger
ale, root beer, also Cherry cider,
at the Farmers Restaurant Try
D. T. Hollywood, of the
Arapahoe country, was in Chey
enne Wells last Saturday on bus
Farmers Attention! Good
seed potatoes for planting at
Trumbor & Counts at 2.25 per
Parties wishing to have their
cattle dipped can do so by hav
ing them at the Goff ranch on
April 20.
B. D. Piatt was a pleasant
caller at this office last week and
remembered the wants of the
Janies McElroy says that they
will be dipping cattle and horses
at his place on April 28. Remem
ber the (late.
F. C. Smith called at our office
last Saturday, and left a big
dollar on subscription for which
he has our thanks
C. D. Warren, of Arapahoe,
was a Cheyenne Wells visitor
Tuesday, He informs us that he
has his farni crops all planted.
Big supply of screen doors,
new and some old ones left over
from last year at a bargain.
C. Eichenbergers.
For Sale— About 50 bushels
of Siberian millet seed. Inquire
of C. W. Auten,
10 miles north of Arapahoe Colo.
Mrs Orval Baber, of Yos
emento, Kansas, came in on the
morning train Tuesday, and will
visit with J. S. Baber and fami
ly for a few weeks.
There will be a box social at
the Cahill & Wells annex, to
morrow night, April 17. Every
body invited. Given by the Ep
vvorth League' members.
The eight grade was entertain
ed, April, 14, 1914. by the sev
enth grade at the home of Miss
Genevieve Wells, All report a
good time and say tlm seventh
graders are nice entertainers.
Dr Eagle informed us that his
baby was quite sick with pneu
monia, but was on the road to
recovery, which we are pleased
to inform our readers. It does
seem as though Mrs. and Dr.
Eagle are having a hard time of
it trying to raise their baby.
I have about 25 tons of col ton .
seed meal and cake, good quality j
which I will sell at $ 32. and $34.
per ton R. C. Lewis.
Arapahoe Colo.
M. Nesbitt, of the northeast
part of the county, was a pleas
ant caller at i his office last Sat
urday. and while here advanced
his subscription a year ahead.
Mrs. H. B. Coon, of Denver,
was a pleasant caller at this of
fice one day last week, and while
here left a dollar with us on sub
scripton, for which'she has our
We understand that one of our
Cheyenne Wells chauffer’s is
Moon struck, and has to wait
until the moon comes up to start
back home, and in some manner,
not accounted for loses his
pincers. Which was returned
to the young lady. “Fess up.”
STRAYED-*- 1 bay mare, star
! in forehead, left hind foot above
! hoof white, had lariat rope on
j neck when last seen; brandedon
I shoulder and hip SS. Notify Vern
\ Rountree, Weskan, Kansas. Re
| ward of $5 offered.
AH musicians and others inter
ested in forming a brass hand in
Cheyenne Wells are requested to
| meet at 7:30 p. m, Friday evening
j April 17, 1914, at the Court
House. All band property must
he turned in at that time, gather
! it up. Committee.
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NVe are informed that the
farmers down in the B. D. Piatt
country are putting in a telephone
. line of their own and will try
land have the Cheyenne Tele
; phone Company let them come
in on their switch board at Arap
ahoe, and Cheyenne Wells.
I will be prepared to
: serve the ladies and gen
tlemen of Cheyenne Wells
with good pure Ice Cream
on Saturday April 18, at
the Billiard Parlor.
Gregor Veit.
The Commercial club are mak
ing arrangments to have a big
farmers meeting at the Experi
mental farm in Cheyenne Wells,
on Saturday May 2, at which
time they will give away Tama
rac cuttings to be planted. Do
not fail to attend this meeting,
as it will be of benefit to you.
Thomas Edgar Dugdale of
Bethune Colorado and Miss Dollie
Perkins of Beaverton Colorado,
j were united in rnarrage at the
!M. E. Parsonage last Friday
i April 10, at 1:30, pm. Rev. D.
M. Scott officiating. They left
1 for Ellis Kansas on the afternoon
: train where they will make a
short visit
We have been requested to ask
| our subscribers to write to Hon.
i Edward Taylor, at Washington,
to see if he cannot do something
i to hurry this re-survey business
along, so that parties who want
to file on land can do so, and
know where they are at. Now
! write today, for in union there is
The four gunmen who helped
to murder Herman Rosenthal of
! New York City paid the death
| penalty in the Electric chair last
Monday. They were Whitey
j Lewis; Dago Frank; Gyp the
Blood; Leftie Louie, they were
the four indicted with Charles
Becker who has been given a
new trial,
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♦ Land Attorney *
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X W\W practice before Vae \oca\ and GeaeraA Laud ♦
t ullices. FU\wg papers made out aud executed j
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I Farmers’ Home ]
1 Geo AMBROSIER, Prop. |
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► BREAD, PfE and CAKE constantly on hand *
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► Meals and Short orders. „ Our aim 5
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£ to please the Public. ' |
leneral Woodworking and Repairing
ust North of Cheyenne Wells Lumber Company
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W. C. Schultz, President. H. G. Nelson, Vice-President.
J. M. Staley, Cashier. A. M Staley, Asst. Cashi.r.
Do a General Banking and Collection business.
4 jier cent interest paid on Time Deposits. We rent safe deposit boxes
la ■»"] is . time to beg' n
B. H planning your house
! 1 jjßffiMßf JL j c l ean i n & and mak
gmm&ml ing your old Furni
® %I|'lure look new for the
We have a nice line of
Everything to make your home look
like new.
Valore Hardware Co.
Fresh Fish, Oysters and game in season. Cash Paid foil
Hides. I
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Cheyenne Wells, Colo. I

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