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Come to the
For tlie best Oand.v, Tobacco,
Cigars, and ICE CREAM.
Jii ing your lady friend and bare a
ji(i( d dlsb of Ice Cumin.
John Owens, Prop.
Gire aie a rail.
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| Ju.MEO is a black 3 years old. He
♦ | is a mammoth Jack, sure of getting
la foal, 15-1-2 hands high, will make the
1 scason °f at the Ross Ranch. 8 ■
* i».^r.. miles north of Arapahoe, Colo.
T KRAIS: $l5 to insure colt to s*and and suck; $12.50 to insure mane
•♦with foal single service $B. Ur*ed hours ou. »n, and 4p. m. ""
T Care will betaken to avoid accidents, but will not l>e responsible
j should any occur. If mares are sold, trvded, or removed from the*"'
♦county, service fee becomes due and payable at once.
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If you have an item of news, a
friend visiting 1 you, or a sale
to advertise, tell us about it.
The Record $1 per year.
Read our announcements in
this issu?.
phone No. 41 when you want
the Record Office
Don’t forget the Dance at the
I. 0. O. F. Hall Saturday night.
Joe Ribinson, Jr. or' Arapahoe
was in Cheyenne Wells the first
of the week.
Ice cream, by the pint quart or
gallon at the' Farmers Home
Take your cream to the Beat
trice Creamery and get the 1 igh
est market price
F.L. Kinney, oF Denver is a
new subscriber to the Record
this week. Thanks.
L. L. Wiedmrn, of Arapahoe
is a new subscriber to this paper
this week. Thanks.
Editor- Me Nevins, of Wild
Horse was in Cheyenne Wells
last Friday and Saturday.
LOST— Baby’s engraved brace
let Finder please leave same at
the Record office. Reward.
Meals and beds 25 and 50 cents
at the Commercial Hotel.
Mrs. Eickbush Prop.
Cash paid for cream at the
Beattrice Creamery.
John Williams. Mgr.
One five passenger Overland
car for sale at a bargain if sold
soon. E. J. Conroy.
There will be Lutheran Ser
vices at the First View school
house Sunday Aug. 16 at 3.15 P.M.
R. C. Lewis, the Arapahoe
Lumber merchant, was in Chey
enne Wells last Friday and-Satur
The Ladies Alter Society will
meet with Mrs Me Ginty Thurs
day August 20, 1914 in the after
T. W.Seay. of Arapahoe, came
in last Saturday and paid for the
Record for a year for which he
has our rhanks.
W.H. Bid well, and wife, of the
Arapahoe country, were trans
acting buisnessin the Wells Mon
day and Tuesday.
Three Rambouillet Rams for
sale, cheap.
M. V. Blood,
19 tf Arapahoe, Colo.
FOR SALE -A choice section
in 16-44 at $6.50 per acre net.
Easy terms. Write, 301 So. 9th
S- Marshalltown, lowa. 18 5t
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.
Sam Sowers is taking a va
cation and has gone to Cripple
Creek Colo, where he will enjoy
himself fishing and otherwise
Mrs. G. K. Gwathmey, of La
throp, Mo, arrived in Cheyenne
Wells, yesterday and now our
Bro. Editior wears a smile that
won’t rub off.
Miss Kathaleen Gwathmey! of
Lathrop Mo is visiting her father,
G. K. this week. Miss Gwathmey
is a school teacher of that place,
and seems to be a nice young
Don’t forget the Mid-Summer
Dance at the I. O. O. F. Hall,
given for the benefit of the
Cheyenne Wells Band. Every
body come and help a good
cause along.
W. H. Bidwell, of Arapahoe,
purchased 20 head of nice cattle
from Crossan and Turner, Tues
day which were certainly fine.
He took them to his ranch south
of Arapahoe.
STRAYED one bay mare mule, !
branded U Kon left shoulder, 4
years old. $5 reward for infor
mation leading to recovery of
same. Herman Delaplain, Chey
enne Wells, Colo.
Mrs. M. A Arnold and son
Harold, left on the Tuesday
evening train for Mo. where they
expect to remain for at least a
month. Mrs Swartz is holding
down the central office during
Mrs ArnQlds absence..
Rev. De Munbrum returned
to Cheyenne Wells last Sunday
after a short visit in Oklahoma.
J. H. Bidinger, of Arapahoe
brought us in a sample of his corn
that measures over eight feet
and has two ears to the stock.
And yet some people in the East
think Eastern Colorado can raise
nothing but Buffalo grass.
From 8 a, m. to 6. p. m. cn
week days.
From 4 tos p. m. cn Sundays.
Legal Holidays same as Sun
days. Mrs. Jennie Ross P.. M
LOST— Two black work horses
about twelve years old, branded
> —<j on left shoulder. A liberal
reward will be paid for infor
mation leading to their recovery.
Chas. E. Collins.
Sorrento, Colo.
I will be in Arapahoe Monday
Aug 17; Cheyenne Wells Tuesday
Aug 18. Prepared to do alj kinds
of dental work. You are invited
to call for a free examination and
estimate of cost.
My constant aim is to do work
that will last. Yours truly,
W. H. NIPPS, D. D. S.
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.
The following persons from
Arapahoe were in Cheyenne
Wells last Saturday J. L. Am
brosier, W. La Sail, Mr and Mrs,
Clarance Horten, Claud Shriner.
J. J. H. Bidinger, and
son Fernard, T. W. Kisler, R. N.
Collet, Elvin, Emal and T. W.
T. M. Kistler, of Arapahoe
brought us in some Wonderber
ries that he raised on his farm,
they were very nice and we had
our wife make them into pies.
They are very nice either in pies
or sauce. Mr. and Mrs. Kistler
will please accept our thanks for
the Lerries. I
T. W. Maynard announces in
this issue as a candidate for the
office of County Assessor on the,
Democratic ticket. Tom is an
Old Timer here, he having been :
one of our successful carpenters, !
in this community, and has made |
good, and we believe if elected |
will transact the business to the |
credit of himself, and his consti- .
The Regular County Examin- j
ation for Teachers Certificates,
will be held at Cheyenne Wells
on Thursday and Friday, Aug., :
20th and 21st. The same exam
ination will be given at Wild
Horse on the same dates. j
Hours; 9:00 to 12.00 and 1:30
to 4:30.
Emma M. Johnstone,
County Sup’t. I
Notice of Dissolution.
Cheyenne Wells, Colo. .
August 12, 1914. j
I hereby announce that the
partnership of George L. Crossan
and myself, known- as Crossan
&Co , is hereby dissolved, the
books belonging to said firm are
at my office', all persons having
claims against it or who are in
debted to it are hereby notified
to call upon me for settlement.
No credit will be given in any
other manner. !
I C&as, C. Turner, 1
| (fjgtrles O. Turner |
| Land. Attorney |
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X Will practice belore tb.e local and General Land ♦
f OUlces- Filing papers made out and executed ♦
T Agent for The Industrial Building and Loan Associn- J
t tion of Denver, Colorod >. Loans procured upon improved J
X Town property-.
[ Farlhers , Home
X Geo. AMBROSIER, Prop. :
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► BREAD, PIE and CAKE constantly on hand
► Meals and Short orders. Our aim |
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t to please the Public. |
B General Woodworking and Repairing
I Shop Just North of Cheyenne Wells Lumber Company
IW. C.* Schultz, President. H. C. Nelson, Vice-President.
J. M. Staley, Cashier. A. M Staley, Asst. Cashi r.
Do a General Bonking and Collection business.
4 per cent interest paid on Time Deposits. We rent safe deposit boxes
' sHSHH' Y ou need that oil
or gasoline stove.
Get one from us
and enjoy cook
these hot days.
We have a nice line of oil and gas
o line stovesand ranges on hand. Call
and let us show them to vou.
IValore Hardware Co. i
Fresh Fish, Oysters and game in season. Cash Paid forP
Hides. L
Metrtirj McCetskey, ft
Cheyenne Wells, Colo. |

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