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If y«a have *a -iteni of news, a
DM Tishto* you, or a sale
toarirertite, tell ur aboai It.
pinna N»> 41 when you want
V tin fitcard Office
Court is in session this week.
jHbtead the ad of L W. We 11s in
His issue. i_
Mrs. F. Hollender has been on
the sick list but is marh better.
Try our soft Fountain
drinks at the Royal Cafe.
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J. A. Younger, of Arena, was
a business visitor at this office
last Saturday.
Dr. Homer, wife and baby re
turned home last Sunday from
their trip 10-lowa.
Editor W. E. Ward, of Sh aron
Springs, was a social visitor at
this office last Monday.
Do not forget the Hawaiian
Show at the Princess Theater
Saturday night Oct. 6th.
Dr. L. M. Dickson, of Arapa
hoe, was transacting business l >
Cheyenne Wells last Friday.
$5 meal tickets at the
Royal Cafe for $4.50
J. C. Bushman, of the Arapa
hoe country was a Cheyenne
Wells business visitor last Satur
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kibbee,
Mrs. Lee Kibbee and grandma
Ferguson, were social callers at
this office this Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schneider,
of the Arapahoe country, we*-e
business visitors at Cheyenne
Wells the latter part of last week
For Sale or Trade—Full blooded
white face Hereford bull, good
disposition. 3 year old. Inquire
of Emery Petty. Arapahoe, Colo.
* C. C. Ree3e and wife c»me
down from Greeley the fore part
of last week, Cephas expecting
to go in this draft, hut later was
There will be a box supper at
the Old Wells School house, six
miles north of Cheyenne Wells on
Friday night October 12th. Ev
erybody invited.
FOR SALE—Equity in small
house and 2 corner lots in Chey
enne .Wells, this is a snap and
mu3t be sold at once. Inquire at
the Record office.
After a few months sojourn in
‘ Missouri and other eastern points
J. C. Ford and wife returned to
Cheyenne Wells the fore part of
last week.
> Mrs. Harvy Snyder came to
Cheyenne Wells, Monday to have
her childrens pictures taken and
while in town made the Record
force a pleasant call.
J. A. Gunther, of the Valore
Hardware, has purchased the
McGinty property in the west
pait of town. Mr7 and Mrs. Me
Ginty will move to Denver.
Emery Petty, of the Arapahoe,
country, was a pleasant visitor
at this office Tuesday. We are
pleased to see Emery making
such improvement in his health
* lately.
Harry Bogert, our son came
down from Greely Colo. Tuesday
evening to be here in time to
answer to the roll call of his
name to go to camp Funs ton,
Kansas. ,
STRAYED—One red and brin
die, white face steer. 11-2 years
old. had oa when last seen a tin
Uab, no brand, horn alightly
drooped. Left Thursday Sept
20. Notify J. L. Mouael. Firat
View, and receive reward.
Our little city put on metropol
itan airs the latter pan of laat
week by turning; on the electric
lights' They are a great im
provement to oar city, and is a
great convenience.
FOR SALE)— 40 bead of red
and black cows bred to register
ed Hereford bulls for early cal
ves, fat, young and fine; also
14 yearling heifers, good, on sec.
8-16-42. Messick & Son '
S 7RAYED—One grey mare 10
yrs old, branded > —<3 on left
front shoulder, with bay stud
colt; 1 black yearling filley, with
lump on outside of tight fore an
kle- Notify Lee Mayfield, Arap
ahoe, Colo. 28 tf
Chas. 0. Turner, came up on a
few c’ays furlough, the first of
the week. We were certainly
pleased to have him among us
again and we hope the day is not
far distant when they can all
come hone to stay.
STRAYED—One iron gray colt
2 pear old mare. No brand,
with white spot in forehead; 1
hind foot much grayer than the
others. A liberal reward for re
covery. Notify; Ben Colee
28ft Oriska Colorado.
James OiDonnel. of Brandon,
was in Cheyenne Wells last Sat
urday, and called at this office
and pushed his subscription
ahead. He informed us that he
informed us that he sold a nice
bunch of cattle which made him
some good money.
Missing from my place since
May 2nd, 1 yearling steer, 1 red
mulejfc heifer, and 1 red heifer
with some white, not branded, os
branded I ( A on left hip. $5 re
ward for recovery cf each one.
27 tf T. E. Howard,
Arapahoe, Colo.
Friday night, of this week the
drafted toys will be entertained
by our citizens rf Cheyenne
County, and the Kit Carson band
will be here to help entertain the
boys. Everybody come and bring
well filled baskets and help make
this a happy event for the boys.
The following letters remain
uncalled for in the Cheyenne
Wells, Colo., postoffice for the
week ending Oct. 6th, 1917.
Avard J H
Evans Hattie
Montgomery P R
Rome A G
O’Conner Wm.
Smith H J
When calling for the above
please say “advertised.”
S. W. Baber. P- M.
State Superintendent Dr. Mary
C. C. Bradford is expected to
make a visit to Cheyenne County
in the near future. The dates
are set for October Bth. and 9th
At this time she will inspect some
of our best equipped and roost
progressive schools with a view
to standardizing them. We sin
cerely hope that some of those
who have improved and cleaned
up their school buildings and
premises may be rewarded with
at least a probationary tablet.
Two days will not be nearly long
enough to do all that ought to be
done, but it will at least be a be
ginning, and will give us a little
more definite idea of what to aim
for. .
To The Board of Directors^
Of school Districl No. 3 in Cheyenne
county, Colo. The undersigned legal I
voters of school dist. No. 3, Cheyenne
county, Colo., request you to call a
special meeting of said district to re
consider the distance required that a
child must live from the school house
before it is legal that he may be fur
nished transportation to and from
school by the district. We desire that
any child or children living over two
miles from the school house may be
furnished transportation by the dis
trict and that this may go into effect
this school year
The meeting to be called at the First
View school boose on the 27th day of
October 1917 at 2 o’clock p. m.
Dated this Ist day of October 1917
{ Several head of good young 1 1
• geldings, mares and mules. §
Teams, Clean and Gentle j
I Also one, two, three, and four.|
I year old heifers and cows. 0
1* Some Heavy Springers |
Over 300 head to pick from. This |
| is all A. 1. stuff and in good condition |
L. W. Wells, j
3 Box 7 Cheyenna Wells, Colo |
We have just received our new line |
of fall goods to which we invite your 1
attention when in town. 1
Surges in Navy. Black, Red, Brown 80c up to $1.75 |
Silks, 36 inches wide "" $1.65 and $1.90 Jj
A big assortment of ginghams at 15 and 20c |>
Percales at 20c Fall outings 18 and 20c |
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<; New line of Nainsook, 'Long- cloth, |
<> Buthers Linen, Middy-Cloth. §
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:: Dainty striped patterns in Flaxon I
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i: for waists. f
i Draperies in white, cream and Beige |
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:: art crash for fancy work. I
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ii Corsets at $1.25 1
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J; Ladies fancy colored Kerchiefs, priced at 10c i
;; Girls hair bow fasteners. |
< t Childrens handkerchiefs 5c X
Notice to Red Cross Members
October is the tim r for the an
nual election of officers for all
Red Cross chapters and branches
and also auxiliaries. The Chey
enne county chapter will hold
their election on Monday Oct. 8,
at the Court House at 7;30 p. m.
It is urged that all members and
those assisting in the Red Cross
work as well as prospective mem
here make a special effort to at
tend this very important meeting
of the society.
Other business of importance
will also come before the meet
ing. Supplies of material for ac
tive work for the society are be
ing received and will be distribu
ted among the various branches
of the organisation.
The following parties have re
newed their subscriptions to the
Record since our last issue:
Jas. Dostal May 10 18
C. G. Fox Oct 26 18
L. M. Dickson Nov. 1 18
Jas. O’Donnel May 4 18
J. A. Younger March 27 18
J. W. Sheely Sept 1 18
J. Swaitzei.berg Sept. 14 18
Harve Snyder March 16 18
M McCdbky Segt 1 18
Hub Dresen Sept 5 18
Homer B. Loomis Oct 4 IS
The Record SI per rear.
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Buy Now Sell Later jj
Mrs. Charlotte Shriner, I
t (gas. G. 'V urn c r . \
* $
♦ Land aAttorrjey t
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X W\W practice toeiora tEe \oca\ and General Land *
X OlLcas. YTVYmg papers made cut and executed ♦
♦ Loans procured upon improved Town property and real J
t estate. «
| The Accurately represents man in his relation to the Inner B
| Man. YVE FEED MEN, thus rendering them good natured. P
\ Our meals and Lunches have a wide reputation for their sat- I 1
5 isf.vimr quantity and q laity. No one need leave cur tables |
a unsatisfied. Full meal or quick lunch, it is all the same to t
i us. We serve you cheerfully and promptly, Give us a call. t
| Young Man! I
DiJ You want to \
Your best course is to open an account with us <
and SAVE. Time, energy and perseverance will j
- do the rest. We pay interest on your savings. |
Cheyenne Wells, Cold. J
Oeipiteil Stock ijpIS.OOO j
Surplus and Undivided Profits $11,300.00 j
Paul Wupper, Pres. J. E. Hayes, V. Pres |
,Jennie Ross, Asst Cash. J. R. Hayes, Cash. I
I Insure your property against I
Fife Lightning & Tornadoes!
I represent several different insurance ;
Companies, any one of which are good i
I reliable, old time Companies among j
which are the following:
North Americn.
Hartford, of Conn.
Fidelity=Pi!oenix, of N. Y.
Home Insurance Co. of N. Yu j
North British & Mercantile- \>
Call and see me for rates. I
M. PrTRUMBOR, Chcy 'T,Z:'£. 1
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Remember at the
Is the place to go for all kinds of Fresh Candies, Nats and
Cigars, Tobacco, etc., also Hamburger, Chili Con Came
When in need of anything in mv line give me a call
. F. A. DUTTON, Prop:

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