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-. ♦ I 'The Volunteer Army j -► * ♦ ■ -■ - ♦ :: TO THE LAST MAN, IT IS INSPIRED BY THE DESIRE : :: FOR LOYAL SERVICE. , | I THE SAME DESIRE FOR SERVICE HAS ANIMATED ITS 1 IN THE ASSEMBLING OF Ollß PERFECTLY MATCH- T LESS LINE OF | | Groceries that Satisfy i IT IS A MAN-SIZED JOB TO KEEP UP A STOCK IN | CONDITION TO MEET THE WANTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE * BUT THAT IS JUST WHAT WE ARE DOING. | WE ARE PREPARED AT ALL TIMES TO GIVE YOU THE f BEST OF THE MARKET-CLEAN, FRESH; SATISFYING J ! GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION J j | AND AT VERY MODEST PRICES, CONSIDERING THE ♦ TIMES* 1 ♦ ii TRY US NEXT TIME. WE’LL MAKE GOOD ! | TRUMBOR & COUNTS I GENERAL MERCHANDISE | j: CHEYENNE WELLS, .*. .*. .. .*. COLORADO | 11 Modem Lighting f FIXTURES j :: AND | jj ELECTRIC WIRING I | THE ELECTRIC SHOP 1 3! H. S. WARREN. Cheyenne Wells. Colo. | »i 1... ■ '■■■-> ,■■■■-■■■ .■ 'g-u iijjaaggaeae .. ■ - - i . Painting in all its branches Interior work a specialty H. E. MILLER Painterand Paper Hanger Showing Foreign and Domestic papers. Estimates cheerfully given. Out of town work solicited. CHEYENNE WELLS. - - - COLO. Why This Drug Store? “ “ Purity of drugs Accuracy in prescriptions THAT’S Freshness of proprietary medicines WHY! Best of toilet articles " Durable rubber goods Variety in school supplies Latest styles in stationery Tasteful confectioner) Prompt and efficient service Forkers Drug Store Geo. Forker Prop. CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO * * ♦ Blacksmith ing | and Wood Working l I. Onr All Work I P SPECIALTY GUARANTEED | I » ■ ----- = ===== ■ = ♦ JEFF SHEELY, Prop. 5 :: CHEYENNE WELLS, - - - COLORADO t VHK CHKYKNNK HEWRi, ** --- , . IT -| I-I uxoru-LTij-LTix -x_ r ~~ Legal Notices \ Notice For Publication Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Coio. August 10. 1917 V otice is hereby given that William N Messick rf xi Arap h jo. Colo, who on Cciober 520, 1 913, made I omjitad entry serial No, 013b78for lots 1-2 3-4-5-o-7-and 8 o' section 1 0 townfhip 16s range 452 w. eti pi ncipal meridian, has Hied notice ol intcnticn to ina*u rinal three year proof to establirh claim to the land above described, before the Clerk of the District Court, of Cheyenne county Colorado at Cheyenne We.ls, Colorado on the 16th day ol |Cc tober 1917. Claimant names as witnesses. Ben Piutt Guy V Chase Claude Riggs Henry Burns all tour of Arapahoe Colorado aug 22 -.apt 27 6t A L Beavers. Register. ' I NOTICE OF APPLICATION Department nf the Interion. U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo. July 3. 1917 Notice is hereby given that Ruth Schmidt, widow of Louis J. Schmidt deceased of Arapahoe. Colo., who on May 17. 1915 made homestead entry • No 017516 for E*4 section 8 township Ifis range 43 w 6lh principal meridian has filed notice of in tention to make final three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described before the Clerk of the District Court at Cheyenne Wells. Colo., on he 4th day of September 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: John W. Breeden. Martha E. Breeden, bo'hof Chey enne Wells.; Colorado Samuel J. Adams. Ellen N. Adams, both of Arapahoe. Colorado. •»l 26 augUO 6t A L Beavers. Register j Notloe For F*uiDlicatiorx ISOLATED TRACT Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office Lamar. Colorado. July 9. I»17 Notice is hereby given that, as directed by the commissioner of the General Land Office, un der previsions of Sec. 2*55. R. S. pursuant to the application of Howard E. IRobertson, of Cheyenne Wells. Colo., Serial No. 02030<>, we will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, but at not less • han S3.no per acre, at 10 o'clock A. M. on the 2fith day of September. 1917. next, at this office, the 10l lowing tract of land: The SW>* SWU of section 8. township lbs range 44w 6th principal meridian. The sale will not be kept open, but will be declar ed ciorea when those present at the hour named nave ceased bidding. The person m »king the high est bid will be required to immediately pay to the Receiver the amount thereof Any persons claiming adversely the above-de scribed land are advised to file their claims or ob jections. on or before the time designated for sale. A L Beavers. Register lul 2f« aug 30 6t R J McGrath. Receiver MOSCO i GUARANTEED PUNCTURE PROOF HEALS ALL PUNCTURES as they occur while running, auto matically, instantly and without loss of air. Harmless, inexpensive and will last for years. ■ Guaranteed for one year on each tube against punctures in any tube or tire. PRICE SI.SO PER BOX MOSCO MANUFACTURING CO. NOT INCORPORATED SHERIOMI UKE COLOPItDO Local Agent MAURICE HOWARD Cheyenne Wells. Colo. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA third Wedne*- i day of wrh month, at the Masonic Tew*r • i Mr*. LoL Huey. Oracle. Mrs. C. O Booth. Vice , Oracle. Alisa Nat mi Mason ht<oiun. STOCK BHANDS Parties seeing stray stock with any of the following brands, Please notify the party to whom the brand belongs. 523 H. E. Robertson Wells, BSJ Colorado gj Geo, Marolf Cheyenne Wells, E0 James McElroy Kg Cheyenne Wells, Hi Colorado MH Henry Hink Cheyenne Wells, Colo Bert L»oper, Cheyenne Wells, Colo Ifeteißi D Robertson Cheyenne Wells, Colo Kj E E Fleming B Cheyenne Wells, Colo Iplß| Bruce Hatcher Cheyenne Wells, Colo tefli R L Lewis Cheyenne Wells Col. 1 J S Baber Cheyenne Wells feffej E321 J. R. Groff njj Cheyenne Wells gj I fQh Juincs Johnson I BS Cheyenne Wells I IfjSggj Win. Wolt Cheyenne Wells Geo. Jennings Cheyenne Wells, Colo. jiga Vei-n S Hill Cheyenne Wells, Colo HH Horses left shoulder RH Cattle left fen C. J Alitchek, nefl side. ELI Chenenne Wellsjjg Colo Herman Dolaplain, Cheyenne Wells, Colo. H. A. Richardson Cheyenne Wells. Colo S J. A. West, Cheyenne Wells, I v:. 1 §9 Herman Beek : Id Cheyenne Wells, Colo I M. Lenihan j Cheyenne Wells, Colo G A Hodman Cheyenne Wells am J W Reese Cheyenne Wells ! Ed Wagner Cheyenne Wells J. V. Haney, Cheyenne Wells J R Marolf Cheyenne Wells QJQ Fred Beek Cheyenne Wells Oscar Gudgel Gudgel Cheyenne Wells, Colo. D T Hollywood Arapahoe, Colo B. D. Piatt Arapahoe, Colo. KsS C\ T. Pfost Arapahoe J* L. Ambrosier Arapahoe W. S. Ayars Arapahoe, Colo. I*T. Waltman, Arapahoe. L L. VViedman, Arapahoe, Colo. Jesse Dunton, Arapahoe, Colo QQQ| Clarence Auten Arapahoe, Colo J H Bidinger, Arapahoe Colo A E Howell, Arapahoe, Colo . Ew Claus Beek Jr Arapahoe, Colo H E Messick Arapahoe, Colo Sam Snyder Arapahoe C. R. Hcckert, Arapahoe, Colo jjjjcgfcltr.ei-y Petty Araj»ahoe Colo W A Hatfield, Arapahoe Colo pjjjj R T Post, Oiiska, Colo lH Patrick 53 Fitzgerald jS 1 ftjfl Brandon Ej9 Colorado. H Afldgl J. B. Hassman First View, Colo. BRM John Younger, Arena, Colo Toston Durby, Oi iska, Colo H Woodrow First View, Colo C W Sweitzer, Ends, Colo W O MclCeever, Eads, Colo tl&jri Lee Roush First View, Cols, GEORGE CROSSEN City Dray&Transjer Will do all kinds of hauling- and solicit your patronage. Rates Reasonable. Phone 3 23; O IMT 3T Physician, Sdbgkon anl tuician. EYE. EAR. NOSE & THROAT IiENERAL SURGERY Phone No. 12. LODGE DIRECTORY CHEYENNE WELLS COMMERCIAL CLUE Meet* every second Monday of each month a< 7:30 p m. A cordial invitation is extended to ai' J N HOLLENBMJGH. Pres. C O BOOTH. Rec-Sec’y FARMERS’ EDUCATIONAL 8 CD-OPERATIVE UNION No 278 Meets every Second and Fourth *■ sturdays j each month at the Court House at 1.30 P. M. Visiting members cordially invited. W. J. Van Dorn, Pres. J. A. West. Secretary. Warrant Call The following school warrants will lie ;>ahl on presentation and will cease to. hear interest 20 oajs from Aug. 23.1917: Special Sc hi ol District Xu. 3 Register Warrant Amount 109 1050 8 3 40 110 It 53 17 50 111 1059 15 (HI -112 1139 50 00 113 1033 55 00 117 1058 13 75 118 1062 15 00 119 1661 2 10 120 1628 00 00 121 1654 15 00 122 1662 12 00 123 1671 55 00 124 1675 1 10 125 1637 55 00 120 1674 3 21 127 1676 3 25 Spec h1 School District Xc. 4 47 675 50 01 48 669 15 50 49 670 «. 50 tO 50 (173 58 00 51 671 60 00 52 .. .. 670 4 50 53 058 50 00 54 672 50 00 55 679 50 1 0 50 084 20 00 57 680 3 26 58 678 On 10 59 083 00 00 00 085 14 06 61 682 50 00 02 039 Bo 0O 63 681. 50 0J 04 067 EOUO OS 074 50 0 00 080 50 CO 07 094 750 ' 68 615 0(X 1 69 692 35 2l 70 097 I4i I 71 090 11 a . 72 -.72 '6 a General S :hf>ol Di-tr ct X 0.3. 1 113 1641 10 2. 114 1049... s*. 614 1 145 1600 ... 2 0 Oi nersl School D strict Xo. 5 1 1112* 65 00 | t-ieneiul School DistrictNo.7 4 010 308 1 5 948 21 66 0 ... . 047 15 10 7 951 14 1" 8 992 6 a 9 963 1C Cl -10 950 13: JACK 'J IXSI.F.Y. Treasurer, Cheyenne County, Colo I WANT A LIST . —of all your— Cheap Lands Now k R. T. CLINE, Brandon, Colorado. Ate INVESTIGATE THE PERKINS OILLES^f .STEEL WIND MlflHk Those wishing to buy a good should call on Wm. E. Cheyenne Wells, Colo. POSTOFFICE HOURS t From 8 a. m. to 7. p. m. o» week days. Sundays, from 9 to 10. a. m. and from 6 to 7 p. m. Legal Holidays same as Sun-, days. S. W. Baber, P. M. * UNION PICIFICJIME CARD WESTBOUND. No. 103 Past Mail 12:50 am “ ”0 «:35am “ 107 Jitney 8:22 a. in EASTBOUND. " 104 Fast Mail 1:58 arr n IGd Jitney 3:50 p m “ 102 Mail 0:10 p.m Parties wishing the AERMOTOE WIND MILLS The best mill made, should see or write me at Cheyenne Wells, Colo JAS. McELROY, Agent j CM 0. SOUTH, M, D. j ] Physician and Surgeon j Ii 4 Z3 l) List Your Land —WITH— NELSON & FORD -DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE. Money loaned on improved Real Estate at Reasonable Rates. Cheyenne Wells, Colo. Hello! I have a telephone, in my home ! Have You ? It’s the handiest thing around our house. We can talk to 'most anybody in town—any” time. It saves trips and time and offers the surest protec- * • tion against burglars, fire aruj sickness. • No, it’s not expensive. It’s' the cheapest, best thing you) can get—See ! Do it today I. „hrycni:f v. ounty Tt Kphone Co. Subscribe f< r the T.rccr.a.