it you have an item of uews, a
friend visiting you, or a sale
to advertise, tell us about it.
jV-phone No. 41 when you want
misting and threatening
Mm, meat tickets at the
Cafe for $4 50
The commissioners are in ses-
Bion this week.
A good second hand 1917 Ford
for sale, inquire at Highway Gar
age, C. E. Boyd, Piop. 34
J. N. Hollenbaugh is on the |
sick list this week with tjuinsy,
STRAYED—One list spring
calf $5 reward N- tify M. Gor
man, Arapahoe, Co . 41 if
■ Be sure and read the Soldier
Boys letter of thanks in this issue
STRAYED—One red hiefer
with jersey stripes, branded J I
on lett hip. One stub hern. V |
Notify Ed Vogel, Brandon Colo.
FOR SALE—A fresh cow good
milker. -Delos Curtis First View
C. W. Auten, of North Arapa
hoe was in Cheyenne Wells last
Berkshire Breeding Stock for
sale. Boars and Sows, eligible
registry. Hollywood & Galagher
Arapahoe, Colo 38 tf
Miss. Cora Hollenbaugh is on
\ the sick list this week, she has
TAKEN UP—One red heifer,
witfi white face, branded ESI —
Owner can have same by paying
r 'for this notice* C. J, Guder,
4 1-2 north and 5 miles west of
40 tf Cheyenne Wells
Mr. and Mr*. T. S. Johnstbne,
were business visitors at this of
STRAYED--Two yearling eith
er steers or heifers, branded Z
If found please notify A
40 tf J. V. Haney,
Mrs. J. E. Wyant and Mrs.
Loomis were soetal visitors at
this Office last Thursday.
FOR SALE or TRADE A good
house and 2 corner lots, will sell
cheap for cash, or will trade for
stock. E. B. Slotterback,
k 33 tf Cheyenne Wells, Colo
Mr. and Mrs. Seay, of Arapa
hoe, was in Cheyenne Weils the
latter part of last week.
From Cheyenne Wells Oct 29th
one white face bull calf, one red
bull calf, unbranded. Reward
for return or any information
leading to their whereabouts.
37 tf L. W. Wells.
M, Nowowieyski, wife and
baby, of Arena, were Monday
visitors at Cheyenne Wells.
I have just received a
.complete line of flashlights
nj % batteries at the Royal
The Youths Companion Calen
dar for 1918
The Youth’s Companion Practical j
/ Gome Calendar combines the beauti* ,
'with the useful. It is especially sought i
for by busy people, because it gives at i
one glance not only the days of the
current month, but those of the month
►* preceding and the month following,
all on the one leaf At the sami time
the calendar is decorati re in design
and suitable for a place in the best
room in the house. It is given to all
readers of the Youth's Companion who
have paid their subscriptions for 1018.
All parties indebted to
me are hereby notif id to
call and settle their ac
counts with cash or bank
able note than
Jan. 15. I must have these
accounts settled. This
• A. H. Walter and son, of Wild
Horse, were business visitors at
Gneyenre Wells last Friday.
Fairbanks-Morse electric lijffil
utfit at a bargain price, is m first
[class condition. If interesteu
I write. H. C. Ballade, Cheyenne
| Wells. Colo,
J. H. Bidinger and son, Fay,
of the Arapahoe country were
Tuesday visitors at tuis office.
TAKEN UP—l yearling steer
red and white, wilh horns no
biands, both ears slit. Apply to
J. V. Aitken, 4 1 2 miles east and
4 1-2 south of Cheyenne Wells.
James Trainer, of the Arapa- '
hoe country, was a business vis
itor at Cheyenne Wells Tuesday.
STRAYED—I white face heifer
calf branded A I on right hip
Please no a I tify ti l Beeson,'*
Stratton, Colo. 41 2t ~
Mrs. Fletcher, of Canada, sis
ter of late Win Stephenson was
a social caller at this uilice Tues
If you want any Ki«xd of cake
let Mrs. Sullade Know and she
will bake them lot you and save,
you the trouble. She will also
keep a supply on hand.
Mrs. J. H. Bidinger a<.d Mrs.-
Mae Kibbee of Arapahoe were; i
social visitors at this office Tues-[!
STRAYED—I red three year!
old heifer, branded X ,1 on left
hip; 1 white face 2 year old heii
er, no brand. Suitable reward.
F- W. Kingsley, Cheyenne Wells
Coio. 41 tf
J. L. Ambrosier, of the Arapa
hoe country, was a dusiness vis
itor at Cheyenne Welts last Sat
STRAYED—IO head of cattle
branded J oil left hip, reward for
tor in- formation, audress,
C. P. Goodrich, Stratton.
41 fit Colo.
Louis Holienbaugh took hs !
Grand-paren is Mr. and Mrs. Ad
ams lu Galatian the latter part ul
STRAYED-1 while face year
ling steer branded on right hip
E H Please liotity Ed Wagner.
Cheyenne Weils, Cio.o 41tf .
Mr. Crawford representing the
Western Newspafier Union of
Denver, was a visitor at tnis of
*FOR SALE—I have a carload
of cedar poles suitable for shed
and corral use, 16-18 and 36 ft
lengths. L W. Wells,
33 tf Cheyenne Wells, Colo
Mrs. H. B. Loomis, of south of
Arapahoe, was a Cheyenne Wells
business visitor the latter part
of last week.
P. G. Stanly and family autoed
to Cheyenne Weils the latter part
f last week, In a Ford they re
STRAYED—One coming two
year old heifer, red brockel faie,
two splits in each ear. One red
cow and calf branded a <• Any
one seeing them please notify
Kit Carson State Bank. Will pay
reward if taken lup and kept un
til I get them.
rtm Vttt, i t-i'vNE KECu. ...
i viTY ]
| MEAT MARKET j
| ANTONE BUSHMAN. Prop. g
§ There is no better flesh huildin:; mater al than FLESH. J
a Keep up your flesh, and tbToby your strength, bv a liber- 5
| al diet of our savory. I
8 Steaks, Roasts, Pork Chops, Ham, Sausage Etc. §
A During the Merry • hrislmas season the temptation will begrcatto W
J indulge in sweets ami dainties of all kinds. Fortify your system C
J against these witli a go<>4 supply of strength from Fresh Meat— the y
fl greatest flesh and strength builder in the world. A
0 • Eat our Meats. Laugh and Grow Fat
cTgciigiTnfonugrm-pmi bihi lfiiymuip
Own Your ( )wn Farm
PA'Y RENT TO YOURSELF
Why keep on renting a farm and paying to the other fellow when
we can sell you a very desirable one on very ad vantageous terms.
The rental you are now paying would wipe out much of the gj
pal and interest on a splendid farm. If you are a renter we sugges I
that you have a talk with us. It may mean the opening up of a more I
profitable future for you. C
If you are open to a proposition on a farm or ranch, see or write jg
!ine at once. a
O. A. SMI ! H[. I
First View, Colorado. |
!| KANSAS ERM FREE FLUID |
I VACCINE I
I MAkES CATTLE IMMUNE TO THE DREAD SCOURGE ■
I BLACKLEG 1
% ' A CAREFULLY MADE AND PROVEN PREVENTIVE J
Made undHi igovernment license by Dr. O. M. Franklin, its origina- <
|!X tor. Every dose guaranteed up to standard. over a quarter of h mill- J
i ion cattle immunized with one tiitumeiit, with the record to date stand- <
$ ing 100 per cent. You cannot afford to experiment This *
i: Germless Vaccine j
'i I Is used by leading cattlemen and (heartily recommended bv everv user J
Ask an.v of them or wr»te us for names aud FREE book on blackleg. <
'* * Being germless it is harmless to healthy cuttle and is safely used in '
J! herds where calves are already d.\ ing with blackleg. J
« I If you have used other vaccines without success try !
» this ju&t once, Try it anyw»y It will convince you
> > ro merits a dose. Telephone or write us <
jSKxT STATE BANK
: Kit Carson, Colo.
< » ■* 1 his ses! is our word of honor . A «
* ’ ?n #our protection Lx LL X *
mu SAVINGS STAMPS
\ ISSUED BV THE
Can be secured at the Posioffice at
Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE.
FRIDAY NIGHT. JANUARY 11th.
A Selig Red Seal Play in Five Thrilling
Parts Filmed from the Adventure Story
Written by Mary Roberts Rinehart.
It is well that an All-wise Providence has forbidden us the
power to peer into the future. Otherwise, Aunt Ray Inne:
would never have had the fortitude to withstand the ordeal o!
“The Circular Staircase." Had this extraordinary woman ever
imagined what was to occur when she leased “Sunnyside.'
the Summer home owned by Banker Paul Armstrong. sh<
would have severed her strong right arm before she would havi
taken her beloved nephew and niece, Halsey and Gertrude in
to its forbidding confines.
Admission 10 and 20 ccntr
EASTERN .COLORADO LANDS I
Buy»Now Sell Later |
Mrs. Charlotte Shriner, I
I ARAPAHOE. COLO g
| (gets. C. Xllrn <2 r I
t Leirid Attorney |
X Will practice DHtore XA\e local arid General Land +
X Cilices- Filina papers tirade cwt and executed *
t . t
+■ Loans procured upon improved Town property and real X
J estate. f
X CHEYENNE "WELLS COLORADO t
| THE INNER MAN 1
I HUNGRY CROSS I
I WELL FED —GOOD NATURED P
I The Accurately represents man in his relation to the Inner
Man. WE FEED MEN, thus rendering-them good natured.
Our meals and Lunches have a wide reputation for their sat- I
isfying quantity and quaitv. Nip one need leave our tables
unsatisfied. Full meal or quick lunch, -it is all the same to
us. We serve you cheerfully and promptlv, Give us a call.
I Young Man! I
Do You want to |
Your best course is to open an account with us
and SAVE. Time, energy and perseverance will
do the rest. We pay interest on your savings.
CHEYEIE COUNTY STATE BUNK
Cheyenne Wells, Cold. R
Oapiteil Stock: $15,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits $11,300.00
Paul Wupper, Pres. J. E. Hayes, V. Pres
Jennie Ross, Asst Cash. J. R. ayes, C x ;h.
THE PIONEER BANK OF EASTERN COLORADO.
I Insure your property against S
Fire Lightning & Tcrnedoes!
II represent sex -ral different Insurance Jjj
Companies, any < tie of which are good |
reliable, old time Companies among I
which are the following: s
North America. |
Hartford, of Conn. ?
Fidelity=*Phoenix, of N. Y. I
Home Insurance Co. of N. Y.- g
North British & .Mercantile- J
Call and see me for rates. K
M. P. TRUMBQR, Cfay “E,S. |
Remember at the
h the place to go for all kinds of Fresh Candies. Nuts and
Cigars. Tobacco, etc., also Hamburger, Chili Con Came
When in need of anything in mv Hpp give me a call
. F. A. DUTTON, Prop:
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