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: The Volunteer Army j TO THE LAST MAN, IT IS INSPIRED BY THE DESIHE l FOR LOYAL SERVICE. I i » ♦ THE SAME DESIRE FOR SERVICE HAS ANIMATED US l IN THE ASSEMBLING OF OUR PERFECTLY MATCH- f LESS LINE OF j ii Groceries that Satisfy j IT IS A MAN-SIZED JOB TO KEEP UP A STOCK IN | CONDITION TO MEET THE WANTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE i :: BUT THAT IS JUST WHAT WE ARE DOING. f WE ARE PREPARED AT ALL TIMES TO GIVE YOU THE | BEST OF THE MARKET-CLEAN, FRESH; SATISFYING | GROCERIES ANDPROVISIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION f :; AND AT VERY MODEST PRICES, CONSIDERING THE | : TIMES' t ; ♦ !j TRY US NEXT TIME. WE’LL MAKE GOOD I || TRUMBOR & COUNTS | GENERAL MERCHANDISE l ; CHEYENNE WELLS, ... COLORADO | Why This Drug Store? Purity of drugs Accuracy in prescription! THAT’S Freshness of proprietary medicinca 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 COAL Will be CASH AFTER JUNE Ist, 1918. AT RIGHT PRICES CHAS. EICHENBERGER. THE CHEYENNE COUNTY LUMBER MAN CHEYENNE WELLS COLO. Shoe Shop I have recently opened a shoe repairing shop where 1 am prepared to do your work on short notice and in a satisfactory manner. All work warranted. Give me a trial Shop 1 door east of drug store. HAL EASTWOOD CHEYENNE WELLS. COLO. ADVERTISE IN THE RECORD FOR RESULTS I THK CKKYKNfrK } Legal . NoticesJ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. La. d Office Lamar. Colo., May 10. 1918 Kotice is hereby given that Daniel E. Barnes of Arapahoe. Colo, who on Match 51. Ibis made homestead entry serial No. 016688 for the N‘f section 90 township 16s range 43w 6th prin cipai meridian has filed notice of intention 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, ou the 94th day of June 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Charles T Pfost. Samuel Adams. John Lefflngweil. Or la Gregg all o! Arapahoe. Colorado •nay 95 jun 905 t A L Beavers. Register .Notice For lß\_iL*lic**tiori Department of the Interior. U. S, Land Office at Lamar, Colo. Miy 10. 1918 Notice is hereby given thni Myrtle E. Coe, of Cheyenne Wells,Colo, who on July S2ud. 1911 made hormtead entry serial No, 010861 for the S!£ of section 20 township IPs range 44w, 6th prin cipal meridian has filed notice of ii tention to n ake fiual five year proof to establish claim 10 the land above discriheJ, before the Oieik cf the District Court c.t C'.eyenne Wells Co.ora Jo on the 2 4th day of June 1918. Claimant names’ac witnesses. David Robertson, Charles E Boyd. Joseph W. Shy. George L. Coe. all of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, may 23 jun2o St A L beavers. Register. NOTICE OF APPLICATION To Loaao Slate lands Office of the State £oard of Land Commissioners. Denver. Colo. May 16. 1918. V otice is hereby given that application has been is made to lease the following described school lands, situate in Cheyenne aountv. Colorado, to-wit: All of saction 16. township Us range 49w A94 90 N l s and SW‘* of section 16. township 13s range 4'»W A-9443 Notice is further hereby given that all other par sons desiring to file an application to loase all or any part ot this tract of land must flla same in this office prior to June 18th 1918. as no other applica tion to lease the above described lands will be con sidered after said date. RAYMOND MILLER. President State Board Land Commissioners. First Publication Mav 98-30 June 8-13 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the interior. U Land Office at Hugo. Colo.. May 99 1918 Notice Is herebv given that Albert A. Molden hauer. of Arena. Goto., who on Octobor 91st. 1914. made Homestead Entry Serial No. 613749 for Lots 19-17-18- 1 0-90 91-99 and 13 (SV*> section 6 township 15s range 46w sixth principal meridian has filed notice of intention to make flm 1 three year proof, to esiaolish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver United States Land Office at Hugo. Colo., on the 1 1th day ot July 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: § Herman Moidenhauer. Ben Brown. Abe Jackson. Lloyd VanDuxer. all of Arena. Colo jun 6-jui 4 St JR Beavers. Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at' Hugo. Colo.. May 98th. 1918 Votioa is hereby given that Lawrence A. Hickey. 11 ot oheyonne Wells. Cole., who on September list. 1914. made Homestead Entry Serial No 013818 for Lots V 6-7 8-11 and 12 section 4 town ship 14s range 44w sixth principal meridian has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof. *0 establish claim to the land above describ ed before the Clerk of the District Court of Chey enne county Colo., at Cheyenne Wells. Colo., on the 13th. doy of July 1918 Claimant names as whnaseos: James P Cahill Herman Delaptain. Luther W Wells WiLiam F. Williams, all of Cheyenne Weis. Colo Jun 8 Jul 11 it JR Beavers. Register ■ Pbter Ilftlde First View ■ S N Hull v First View SALE OP SCHOOL LAND Office of the Slate Board of Land ComiyiiiioDtf a. Notice is hereby given that the State Board o( Lend Commissioneis will sell, at public auction, to the highest teaponrible bidder, on the Lth day of June. 1918. at 2 o’clock p. m., at the office of The State Board of Land Commbsionen*. Capital Build in*. Denver. Colorado, the following described lunds. situated in Cheyenne Colorado, via: The NE Vi section 36, township 13a range 46w minimum price $16.00 per acre. The NW!4 section 36 township 13a range 46 west minimum pr.ce $16.00 per acre The SW l * section 86 township 13a range 46 west price; $1».00 per acre The SE«4 pectlon 36 township 13# range 45 weat minimun price $16.00 per acre Shhject to any or all easements or right of way heretofore legally obtained and now In full force and effect. If any there be. Reserving, however, to the State of Colorado, all rights to any and all minerals, ores and metals of every kind and character, and all coal, asphaltum oil. and other like substances in or under said land and the right of ingress sru* egress for the purpose of mining, together with enough of the surface of the same as may be necessary for the proper and convenient working of such minerals and sub stances. Certificate of purchase will not be issued until purchaser executes quit claim dead conveying to the -tote of Colorado the above reservation. No land will be sold at less than the minimum price per acre, as given above. T'he parcels will be sold as described above—be the same more or less. The above land will be offered in tracts of not more than 160 acres and not less than 40 acres All to be sold or none, as may be determined by the State Board of Land Lommissionefa. Terms of payment shall be 10 per cent of the purchase money on the day of sale, the balance in eighteen equal annual payments at 8 per cent per annum. If the purchaser does not own the im prove ments. he must pay for the same at sale Fur chaser will execute bond, as provided in Sec tion 28. Act of July 11. 1005; must boa citizen of the United States, or one wiu has declared his in tention of bocoming such; must pay appraisement and advertising fees. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. No sale shall become effective until approved by the State Land Board. APPLICATI N ho A 937*. Date sale ordered by Board April 1& MIS. Date of Sale JUNE 6th. 1918. RAYMOND MILLF.R President State Board Land Commissioners. Published May 0-16-23-30 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Departm*nt of the Interior U S Land Office at Lamar. 0010, April 26th 1918 Kottceis hereby given that One* B Miy. of Arapahoe Lolo who on October 51. l y l* made homestead entry No 015218 tor the Lots Nos. 5-6*7 and B or (NWJ*) section. 18 16s range 42w 6th principal meridian has filed notice I ot intention to make Anal tine* year proof, to estab lish claim to thu land above described, before the Clerk of tho District Court of Cheyenne county Colo | at Cheyenne Wells. Cola on July 5. 1918 j Claimant names as witnesses B D Piatt. Emery Petty. C T PiOt, Ora Wars, all of Arapahoe. Colorado may 9 june 13 6t A L Beavers. Register Notice For Wutolication Department of the Interior. U. S. Lend office at Hugo, Colo. Miy 20, 1918 N' oticois hereby given that tfatheryne B. Brooks oi Cheyenne Weils. Colo. *hoon June 15*915 ! made homestead entry serial No. 0t4.:32. for Lois | i-2-7 andB (NE*h) te;iion 24 tv.wr.ship 13s range j 46 6ih principal meridian has filed notice of intei - I tion to make final three year proof, ti establish cla m ! tb the land above described, before the Register or Roc-nver ol the U. S. Land Office at Hugo. Colo on the 28ih day of June 1918 Claimant namft as witnesses: Henry Lowary. Ivan Groff, John Hinze, Mike Cain all of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado. may 23 June 27 6t JR Beavers. Register NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY Estate of John R. M irsh ill. de~e»aad No. All perspns having claims sgainst said estate are hereby notified to pres* nt themslves fur id I justment to the County Court of Cheyenne county Colorado, on the Ist day of July A. D. 1918. CAROLINE G. MARSHALL, 10-14 Administratrix of said estate. |mwl modern woodmen of jukiiu Camp No. K7S, Meets every second Mf At Tuesday of each month. Visiting /■tol Neighbors are always cordially Invited CH AS. C. TURN GR. Council carl. O. BOOT i Clerk —. rautflOE LOME NO. 11l Meets every Thursday evening Wat 7*» p. m.. at their hail. Visiting brothers In goud standing, are always welcomed. M. HINK. N. C i M. McCASKEY V G M. P. TRUMBOR. Bee* MTU NEIGHCOIS OF AMEItCA third Wedn • day of each month, at the Masonic Temp e Mrs. Lola Huey. Oracle. Mn C. O Booth. Vice Oracle. Mies Neeari Hanoi) Recorder. I FUNKS' EDUCATIONAL I CO-OPEMTIVE UNION No 211 Meets every Becond and Fourth Saturdays each month at the Court House at IJO P. M. Visiting members cordially invited. W. J. Van Dorn. Prra J. A. West. Secretary. PRAIRIE QUEEN. MIEUR, LODGE NO.. 4 4 WUI meet eve y first and third Monday evening of each manta at the IO O P halt Vle 11 in g members cordially invited to attend with ar LYDIA ROBEUTBON N. O. AGNES NICKERSON. Rec4toc'y CHEYENNE WaULMCEiF.UR.KI. 112 Regahu- meetings first and third Tuesday evening of each month at 7JW at their Temple- AH Master Masnns in goad standing rordiaHy invited W. K WILLIAM.-; W. M. CM AS. a TURNER; Sec y HETNBIIST Stindny School lOft.m Srrmou 11 s. m j Preselling 8 p. m Prsjrer meeting Wednesday ni^t^ We invite 50a sod your friend*. / Rev. A. K. Dennis, Psstor. rKEsSYTERUUI, aV MUPAHOE Sunday School (DV| 10:30 a m Preaching 11A» a m Song and preaculng service... 7:30 p m Services at the Mayfield school hou«e 3 p. m the 2nd Sunday of each month The fifth Sunday to beheld open fur visiting oilier points on request Rev.- Geo. McNab, Pastor . UNION PACIFIC TIME HD WESTBOUND. No. 103 Fast Mail 1:26 am “ 110 8:15 am EASTBOUND. “ 104 Fast Mall 1:10 anr “ 102 Mail 5:54 p.m STOCK BHANDS Parties seeing stray stock with any of the following brands, Please notify the party to whom the brand belongs. IH. E. Robertson Cheyenne Wells, Colorado HEd Fanselau Cheyenne Wells, B Henry Hink Cheyenne Wells, Colo yfjfal Bert Leper, Cheyenne Wells, Colo D Robertson Cheyenne Wells, Colo 0E E Fleming Cheyenne Welle, Colo bEI Bruce Hatcher Cheyenne Wells, Colo feari R L L«wis Cheyenne Wells Col. T S Baber Cheyenne Well s^Q BBH 'f- 14' Grog isb Cheyenne Wells M B James Johnson ' Cheyenne Wells Wm. Wolf Cheyenne Wells Jesse Uunton, Arapahoe, Colo Clarence Auten Arapahoe, Colo j H Biditiger, Arapahoe Colo“ A E Howell, Arapahoe, Colo J* U. Hassman First View, Colb. ABMSM John Younger, Arena, Colo Tosfon Durby, Oriska, Colo I II Woodrow First View, Colo rrai M Dwyer inlH First View Colo C <V Sweitzer, Eads, Colo W O McKeever, Eads, Colo QQ Lee Roush First View, Cols, WWW A Dlnkel ■HI First View, Colo Geo. Jennings Cheyenne Wells, Colo. QQ Ed Wagner Cheyenne Wells J. V. Haney, Cheyenne_Wells , MitSf J Murolf Cheyenne Wells Fred Beek Cheyenne Wells Hal Oscar L. Gudgel |l|jla Cheyenne Wells, Colo. BPhll HoPander Clieyenne Wells, Colo BJ. A. West, Cheyenne Wells, Colo ■ Herman Beek Clieyenne Wells, Colo ■ M. Lenihan Cheyenne Wells, Colo G A Rodman Cheyenne Wells Vern S Hill Cheyenne Welle, Colo B Horses left ehoulder'M Cattleleft . C. J Mitchek, side. * Cheneuue Colo QH Herman Delaplaln, _ /■"» Cheyenne Wells, Oolo\. , r S Qm D T Hollywood Arapahoe, Colo THIRD LIBERTY LOAN COM.^ J. A. Jenkins, County Chairman VV. W. Howard, Capt Arapahoe E. L. Graham, Lieut “ Geo. Me Nab, Lieut - “ J E Hayes7 Capt, Cheyenne Wells J W T Adams, Lieut “ >« J B Hassman, Capt First View Geo Clossen Sr, Lieut Kit Carson Jack McComish Capt, Kit Carson Jelenecke, Lieut “ “ C E Collins, Lieut . “ “ s!* Chris Jensen, Capt Wild Horse Fred Goodler, Lieut “ “ Wm Dyer, Capt Aroya C. A. Hicks, Lieut ; PHIL HOLLANDER WELL DRILLER Cheyenne Welle, Colo If ycu are wanting a well put down. See me, satisfaction given INVESTIGATE THE PERKINS OILLESS STEEL WIND MILL Those wishing to bay a pood mill should call on Wm. E. Moldenbaucr, Cheyenne Wells, Colo. POSTOFFICE HOURS 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. HdU! I have a. telephone in my bc-ne ! Have You? It’s the handiest thing around * our house. We can talk to ‘most anybody in town—any time. It saves trips and rime * and'offers the surest protec tion against burglars, fire and sickness., No, it's not expensive. It’s the cheapest, best thing you can get—See ! Do it today I Cheyenne County Telephone Co. GEOR(i K CROSSEN City Dray&Tiansler % Will do all kinds of hauling and solicit your patronage. Rates Reasonable. Phone 3 £3: o hck:ee nb Physician, Mti:okox am .Jlec tuicivs. * EYE. EAR. NOSE A THROAT GENERAL BURCERY Phone No. 12.