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PERSONLA--NEWS
If you have aa Hen of news, a
frieadvisitinjfyoo, or a sale
to adrerUse, Sell as about It.
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Hw D. R. Purdy returned
hmnefron* Chicago Monday.
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Trjour 25 cent dinner* 1
at the Royal Cafe. (
C. E. Collins, of Sorrento was
in Cheyenne Monday. '
Porker’s for Paints
and Varnish.
Hollenbaugh and company rc- ,
ceiver another carload of Fords,
Saturday. ,
$5 meal tickets at het
Royal Cafe for $4.50
I
W. A. Harmon and wife were
social callers at thi3 office last
Saturday.
Try our soft Fountain ,
drinks at the Royal Cafe.
J. F. Curtis and wife, of Arena
was a business caller at this of
fice Monday.
Forker’s for Velvetine Toi
let goods, you will like them
T. E. Howard, of Arapahoe,
was a Cheyenne Wells visitors
last Saturday.
See F, A. Dutton for a com
plete line of flashlihgts and bat
teries.
Barney McCasky left for the
harvest fields at Grainfield Kans.
Saturday evening.
FOR SAlE—Good cane seed, onej
dollar per hundred, C. W. Dorney
at the Bank.
Will Church, of the Arapahoe,
neighborhood was a social caller
at this office Monday.
FOR SALE—One span of 4 year
old mules, well broke to work.
S. C. Hill'Cheyenne Wells Colo.
J. D. Pickering and son, of
First View, was a business visit
or in Cheyenne Wells Monday.
FOR SALE—A few choice
milch cows. See Hudson or
Staley, Cheyenne Wells Colorado J
FOR SALE—Household j
goods, must be sold by;
Saturday. T.J. Eagle. |
J. P. Cahill purchased a five!
passenger Ford, from Hollen- I
baugh and company, the first of
week.
The Farmers Union have com
menced work on their new cream
ery building in Cheyenne Wells
this week.
Mrs. F. G. Bidinger and Miss!
Lillian Walker of Arapahoe, | ‘
were social visitors at Cheyenne,'
Wells, Monday, j J
O Garvick, G, C. Calvert and j;
Guy Robinson of First View, jj
were Cheyenne Wells visitors!
last Saturday,
There was an auto load of cur |
citizens celebrated the 4th. at: j
Hugo. And a good number at ,
Wild Horse also. i
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Mrs. Weir has gone to Greeley
this week to the conference of I
County Superintendents. She i
expects to be gone all week. <
i
Lutheran services will be held (
at the Kusel school house Sunday
July 9 at 10 JO a. m. and at the
Sherman school at 2JO p. m.
rfOriOE-*lO reward will be
paid for information of anyone
disturbing anything on the
Brewer ranch. M. German.
J. L. Church, and Lester Bev
eridge, of the Arapahoe neigh
borhood, were Cheyenne Wells
visitors the latter part of last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O’Brien
returned, home at Sharon Springs
Monday evening.. They had
been here to attend the funelrid
of his mother.
TAKEN UP. One two year
old Red Steer branded 1 on
left hip.. ( (
S, J. Adams 13 miles south
Arapahoe Colo.
Through the courtesy of his
son J, V. Haney, of this place J,
R. Haney, of Kentucky, will re
ceive the Record during the
next year. Thanks,
Mr. and Wrs. C. W. Auten
of north of Arapahoe were Chey
enne Wells visiters last Saturday
Mrs. Auten made Mrs. C. .T
Bogert a call while here.
STRAYED—One 2 or 3 year
old branded 3—7 on left hip.
Finder please notify Mrs. Anna
Paulson, Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
Mrs. McCrumb of Norton ICans
arrived in Cheyenne Wells on the
midnight train Sunday night to
make her son J. A. and family
a visit whom she has not seen
for the past four years.
For Sale or Trade—A good second
hand Ford, well equipped and in
good running order, will trade
for cattle, or sell cheap for cash.
Inquire at this office, or see John
Tauscher.
J. N. Hollenbaugh, is now a
kind of a quadruped, as he uses
four legs to walk with. In some
manner in the tug of War, at
I Wild Horse he hurt his knee and
is now compelled to use crutches,
Eliminate your gas lamp
trouble, by using high test
gas which we will keep
for that purpose.
Overland Garage Co.
There will be an all day picnic
Wednesday July 19th. at section
18, 15, and 41. Bring cups,
cream, and lunch. There will he
plenty of ice and horse feed
furnished. Every body invited.
A. W. Olmsted.
STRAYED-One 2 year old
black filley, branded M P con-,
nected on right shoulder. $5 re
ward willbe paid for information
leading to its recovery.
Bert Lcper.
Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
j There was quite a few people
from Cheyenne Wells at the cel
ebration at Sharon Springs. We
noticed the following, Miss Gar
nett Magwire. Maurice Howard
Mrs. W. R. Counts, Mr. and Mrs
jL. W. Wells and ye editor and
I family,
Cahill and Wells have installed
j a vegetable receptacle in their
I store, so a3 to keep their veget
i ables nice and fresh. We saw
j some vegetables that had been
in it since Friday, and this was
j Monday, and they we e as nice
! as the day they received them.
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Notice To Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received by
school district No. sup till noon
July 15. 1916 for the erection of
a new school house 18x24 on aec
| tion 12 town 13 range 42, in the
Thompson and Riley neighbor*
hood. Contractors to furnish all
material and do all the hauling
of same. Plans and specifica
tions can be seen at the office of
Urs. Lenna Howard, Arapahoe.
Cola The board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
A. E. Howell,
Sec. Dist. 5.
THE CftKYENNE RECORD..
LIST YOUR LAND |
If you are interested in exchanging Cheyenne county Color. P
ado Lands for raw lands, improved farms thrnont the middle B
west, a stock of merchandise or city property. Send me de- fa
scriptions and prions of your lauls. Pricas must be BIGHT ■
and water propositions GOOD. |
Ot|eirlotte At>ernatliy 8
ARAPAHOE, COLO I
5 OStoe East of Lumber Yard. j,-
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WIUNIZIK AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING CREASE OILS
Pretty Prairie Garage
(Successor to Turners Garage)
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF RAILROAD STATION-
Auto Livery accessories
- - : All Work Guaranteed : - -
Prompt Attention Given Night (/alls j
PURDY and REESE,
Phone No. 55 3 Rings - Cheyenne Wells, Colorado |
i % *i* •5* *l* *2* 4* *2* *£• *J* •§• 4* *s* vJv v v *l* *2* O *2* *•* ••• *l* •£» ►*' >j.
J G. L. NORTON \
* CONTRACTOR & BUILDER *
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• First=class work Guaranteed *
4* •£•
4* ‘Arapahoe, or Cheyenne Wells, Colo. *
4* *
+ 4* *l* -l* * •£• *2* *> 4* 4* 4* + •x 4 4* 4»**& ❖ 4* *> 4* ❖ •> •> 4* 4* <• »> 4* 4* 4* 4’ 4*
| Chevrolet |
fl Five Passenger Touring Car 4 cylinders, valves in tie?
■ head, cast en bloc. Cantilever springs, the most powcr'ulj
■ Motor of its sizh in the world, easiest riding cir built, a trial J
{will convince, 24 miles 01 gallon of gasoline, 290 miles on)
Z quart of oil 0
•F. O. B. Flint, Mich Delivered Cheyenne county®
• Four Ninety $550 00 $625.00
• Baby Grand 750.00 825.00 Z
IRoyal Mail Roadster 720.00 795.00 ®
Z All the above equipped fully, with electric lights and starters*
I will be pleased to demonstrate at any time or place. a
| CHAS. C. TURNER. Agent. |
0 Cheyenne Weils, - - Colorado. g
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Blacksmithing j
I and Wood Working ♦
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X Is Our AU Work X
X SPECIALTY GUARANTEED |
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X JEFF SHEELY, Prop. !
| CHEYENNE WELLS, - - - COLORADO ♦
Do You Want To Sell Your Land? J
I have sold some land every year, for the past ten jj
years in Eastern Cheyenne County, Colorado, and West
ern Kansas, am well acquainted with all land in tha: lo
cality, and eqpect to continue selling land in tha': locality
Write me your bet price and terms if you want to
•ell.
. J. A. Sli RIVER
Olathe, Kansas.
|: (fja.s. O. Xurnc ivy j
|J .Leind Attorrjey |
X VHiW. practice before tYie \oca\ and GeneraT Land J
t Oltices- PiWna papers made out and executed 1
♦ Loans procured upon improved Town property and wd t
t estate. X
| CHEYENNE WELLS COLDBADO %
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I Royal Restaurant
I Wo serve a goo-1 Dinner at 20 cents. SHORT ORDERS
a at all Lours, including Steaks, Fresh Oyster*-, and Chili Con-
ICarne.
We aleo carry a nice line of Candies and Cigars.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
F. A. DUTTON, Prop.
Cheyenne Wells, Colorado.
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!f CHEYENNE COUNTY SITE BANK I
- | Cheyenne Wells, Colo. B
-|| Oa.pit£il Slock: §515,000 |
' 3 Surplus'and Undivided Profits $8,949.94 §
, a The Capital and Surplus give security to the Depositor, Jj
!and largely determine the strength c£ any Rank.
See us when wanting FARM LOANS
Fire, Hail and Stock Insurance.
IT. C. Honan, Pics. 11. C. Homer, V. Pres G
j J W Dorney, Cashier C W Dorney, Ass’t Cashier g
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THE PIONEER BANK OF EASTERN COLORADO. jjj
Insure your property against
Fire L'gh: ning & Tornadoes
I represent several different Insurance
Companies, any one of which are good
reliable, old time Companies among
which are the following:
North America.
Hartford, of Conn.
I 1 Fidelity=Phoenix, of N. Y.
Home Insurance Co. of N. Y.
North British & Mercantile. |
Call and see me for rates. |
M. P. TRUMBOR, Ch ' y '“oS. [
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i f HELLO SPRING! ■
=——— and you, too, reader!
WELCOME to our parlors again, where ice cream and
soft drinks are always to your liking! Every flavor
and the best that can be made. .....
Tell your friends to meet you here—the popular spot in
town. You sec most everybody here, anyway. Then too,
you can always get the best of candies, fruit end mixed
nuts, by calling at the ft
' % BILLIARD PARLOR 4
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| LATEST STYLES IN I
MILLINERY, j
NOW ON DISPLAY I
A CAUL TO WOMANHOOD— A
You enn not help being *lmt>ly charmed with ourdUylav of ftprjn* A
and summer millinery. It i- IrrenStible. Kvery piece U*a call to tJie Z
artistic in womanliood of this community. @
We invite you to »ee thia attractive display. Wo invite yon to wo A
U at your earlics. convenience A
t Wr». g COUNTS. I

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