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SCorne to the UvUL POOL HALL I 'jtoi'f '-■For the lest Candy, Tobacco, jljjlm'; • Iff: »■••*. and ICB CREAM, fi'w ’\fti ; l 1 tiring your lady friend and have a J/H 1111 l " ol t ' s *' °f ba Cream. IftfcGregor Veit Prop. p*&B.C.Ca l 1 MONARCH G "«-• 11 *• WORLDS -Cheyenne Wells, Colo. rawvr i - ■ ■ *' g - * *i3?roflKs.: ees? iSBaMBBBtMBMBBBMMMi 4. +-!—♦ *« ♦ *♦ *♦ ♦ * + ->—4 *t }jk_ JUMBO :: I < * r '&£Bfeß§R9£|i Ju.MEO is a black 8 years old. He i ' s a mammoth Jack, sure of getting H fcal, 15-1-2 hands high, will make the T „-tAi•Jt/aJUL se 9 son °f at the Ross Ranch. 8 -ctjigjfl miles noithof Arapahoe, Colo. I TERMS; $l3 to insure colt to stand and suck; $12.50 to insure mare -» ,vith foal single service #B. Breeding hours 9a. in. and 4 i>. in. ■f Cate will be taken to avoid accidents, but will not be responsible I should any occur. I f mares are sold, traded, or removed from the" 4-county, service fee becomes due and payable at once. * JoS. ROBINSON, Jn. I*. +• 4 4—-4 4 4- 4 4- --4 1 4 4 4 PERSONAL--NEWS If you have an item of news, u friend visitinjf <>u, or u sale to advertise, tell us about it. The Record $1 par year. Myrtle Slotterback is on tht sick list. Austin C rants, was sojourning in Denver this week. Come to the Wilson Millinery for your Fourth of July hats. If you want printing that will stand the test, try the Record. phone No. 41 when you want the Record Office C. E. Long, of Arena, started Sunday for the harvest fields of Kansas. Ice cream, by the pint quart or gallon at the Farmers Home Restaurant. Carl Duvall, wife and baby of Kit Carson were in Cheyenne Wells Tuesday. Take your cream to the Beat trice Creamery and get the high est market price Lutheran services will be held at the Golden Valley school Sat. night June 27 at 8:00. John Benson came in and push ed his subscription to this paper one year ahead. Thanks. Hal Eastwood was in one day last week and jumped his sub scription ahead. Thanks. Cash paid for cream at the Beattrice Creamery. John Williams. Mgr. J.' F. Quinn renewed his faith in the Record by depositing a dollar, with us. Thanks, Frank. Dr. Bacon, of Hugo, was in Cheyenne Wells Monday assist ing Dr. Homer on a surgical case. B. L. Grubb and wife, of Arap ahoe, were in Cheyenne Wells Monday on business, and while here dropped in the Record of fice and had his subscription pushed ahead. Thanks. B. L. A. Fresh line of pop, ginger ale, root beer, also Cherry cider, at the Farmers Restaurant Try it, D. D. Piatt and wife, of south Arapahoe, were transacting bus iness in Cheyenne We]is last Fri day. M. McClaskey lost a valuable cow one day last week, caused by getting into a neighbors cane field. Thos. Johnstone who under went a surgical operation the first of the week is improving rapidly. ' J. A. West was in Saturday and donated us a half dollar on subscription, for which he has our thanks. Farmers Attention! Good seed potatoes for planting at Trumbor & Counts *at 2.25 per hundred. 3 tf G. W. Rudolph, and Frank Nolan, of Arapahoe, were week end visitors at Cheyenne Wells last week. We understand that J. W. Ve lie has quit his position with the U. P. and gone to the harvest fields of Kansas. FOUND—A child’s gold chain and locket. Owner can have same by paying for this notice. 12tf Home Dairy Cafe. If you have a friend or relative visiting you, or any other item of news, come in, or phone us, so that we can make mention of it. Walter Schaffer, who has been spening the winter with his par ents at Grand Junction, arrived in Cheyenne Wells last Friday evening. * Editor Randolph, of the Bran don Bell was a business visitor in ■Cheyenne Wells Monday, and while here made this office a friendly call. Dr. Schuelke was in and in formed us that he would start toward Ohio in a few days and would not be back until the mid dle of July. Rumor has it that he is going to see some damsel. We hope we will not be disap pointed this time. THE CHEYENNE RECORD. For the best Ice Cream in town go to the Farmers Home Restaurant Commissioner Sweisgood and wife, of Wallace county. Kansas, and Fred Johnson, formerly of Wesl<an, Kansas, were in our city last Sunday. Mrs. I. F. Jones and daughter, Zelda, left the latter part of last week for Oter in, arrd Topeka. Kans.. for a f.w weeks visit among relatives and friends. NOTICE All parties desiring their horses castrated, or cattle de horned will do well to see me Lee Kibbee. Arapahoe Colo. LOST—A heavy harness, ham mer and two clevises on the road between Cheyenne Wells and Arapahoe on Monday night May 11. Finder please notify L. A, Ferguson. Arapaooe, Colo. Rev. DeMunbrun, left on the Tuesday afternoon train for Ok lahoma. he is going to take about a three weeks vacation, which he greatly needs. The Record wishes him a_ pleasant journey, and a safe return. Several of our school marms went to Hugo last Sunday to at tend the institute, and we pre sume they will be casting sheep eyes at the young men of Hugo. Beware, for this is the month that Cupid is working over time. Mrs. Wm. Schultz showed us some pictures she had taken of their irrigation plant on their farm north of town. The were fine, showing the engine in mo tion, throwing a ten inch stream of water, and several other scen eries. The Cheyenne Wells Band boys gave Rev. Grunwald and wife, a nice serenade Monday evening, and from the beautiful music we heard, the boys are certainly making big strides in their music under the directorship of E. H. Akerly. Word was received by Mrs. Magwire, Monday that her son Vester, had been operated on for appendicitis, and that he had underwent the operation in fine shape and present indications are that he will recover his health again shortly. MILLET SEED—Am overstocked on this item, so am making a price of $2.50 per hundred on it. This is home grown seed, is clean and will grow. Place your or ders now, and get your seed when you want it. R. C. Lewis, Arapahoe, Colo. * Having received the appoint ment as local agent for The In dustrial Building and Loan Asso ciation, of Denver, one of the strongest financial institutions in the United States, am in a posi tion to procure Loans upon good, clear, improved town property. If you are interested, call on me. 12tf Chas. C. Turner. Notice For Bids. The school board of Dist. No. 2 will receive sealed bids to fur nish Goal for the different schools in the District. All bids must be in by July 31. 1914. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information see any member of the board. 13 2t F« .1. Snydal, Sec. | (Fjarles O. Turner | X Land Attorrjey | ♦ W\W practice before PLe \oc?d ar\d General Land X X Offices. Filing papers rriedo cut arid executed ♦ t Agent for The -Industtini Building tunl Lonn X * tiou of Denver, Colorado Loans procured upon improved ♦ t Town property. j j CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO ♦ ► . * ♦ ry7VTVTVVTTVVTTTTVrTVvVVVrVTVVVrVTVV7TTVTTVTVVTTTTT»* f Farmers’ Home j [ Geo AMBROSIER, Prop. j l j ► BREAD, PIE and CAKE constantly on hand 3 t < ► Meals and Short orders. Our aim : E to please the Public. 2 UlAAAtUiiMAtitiUAiiUAiAAimiA*UiAAmUtAAit*l| , j M AYNARD & AkERLY [ ! CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS | General Woodworking and Repairing | Shop Just North of Cheyenne Wells Lumber Company 1 W. C. Schultz, President. H. C. Nelson, Vice-President. J. M. Staley, Cashier. A. M Staley, Asst. Cashbr. CHEYENNE COUNTY STATE' BANK Do a General Banking and Collection business. || 4 per cent interest paid on Time Deposits. We rent safe deposit boxes w-i —T^aneiMßai^ NOW IS THE TIME j j I We have a nice line of oil and gas oline stoves and ranges on hand. Call and let us show them to vou. Valore Hardware Co. CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO ■1 imtii ttubi .n I—irll—i—m—ca—g————L— j CITY MARKET I FULL LINE OF FRESH AND CURED MEATS OF ALL K KINDS. I VEGETABLES Fresh Fish, Oysters and game in season. Cash Paid for Hides. & (Q. Cheyenne Wells, Colo.