Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
C. T. BOUERT, Owner end Publisher
iHßßffi CnUORADO EDITORIAL ASSOCIM"
Published every Thursday in Cheyenne Wells,
Cheyenne county Colorado, and entered at the
•ostofllcc as second class mail matter. April 3.1912
under the Act of March 3. 1879.
Subscription One Dollar por Year
Made knotvn upon application
Sunday School People
There will be a County Sunday
School convention at Cheyenne
Wells Sunday Nov. 2nd. An all
day program, including a basket
dinner. Everybody invited, Sun
day schools are urged to appoint
delegates and give them authori
ty to speak for the school.
J. W. Adams,
Ev. Lutheran Church
Services next Sunday, October
26th, at '10:39 A. M. in the Schr ol
House at Cheyenne Wells' A 1
are cordially invited'
Rev. B. Skov, Pareor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Highland,
who have been visiting with Dr.
li. C. Homer and family for the
past two weeks, left for Denver
tire latter part of last week.
Mrs. Highland is a sister of Dr.
Notice of Adjustment Day
Estate of Claus Beck, Deceased.
All persons having claims against
said estate arc hereby notified to pre
sent them for adjustment to the county
Court of Cheyenne county, Colorado,
on the first day of December 11)1 D.
ill li. M. SCHUMM, Administrator.
The Terressa Shehan concert
Riven at. the Odd Fellows Hail
Tuesday evening was attended
by a large and appreciative au
dience. It was a concert more
than worth its price of admission
and they gave us some facts well
worth remembering and advised
us to be on our guard.
George Hollingshead, who has
been away for the past two
weeks in lowa, states that land
there is clear out of sight, and
there was not much small grain
raised there this year, but that
there was a good corn crop. He
says there are lots of people
there who contemplate coming to
Eastern Colorado in search of
On or about October 27th, !
L. M. Dickson will have on
track at Arapahoe, a car load
of bulk, hand picked assorted j
apples—large western slope
Ben Davis sl.6Bbu
Wine Saps s2.o4bu
Phone or write if you want to
be notified on arrival of car,
Sunday October, 26th, is the j
date on which to turn your clocks :
back one hour. Many people, ,
believing that October Ist, was ;
the day, reverted to old' time on
that day, but according to the
law which created the daylight
saving act, the last Sunday in
October is the time. The act al- .
so passes out of existence at that 1
time as congress adopted a law,
which repealed the bill.
Last Sunday about 35 of the
neighbors of O. P. Hayes, near
First View came in and surprised
them by bringing in well filled
baskets and having a farewell
dinner, as Mr. and Mrs. Hayes
were going to leave this week for
Kansas to spend the winter; jmd
it aIBO happened that it was the
birthday of two of the guests.
Cap Crane and Wm. Gallivan.
They report a fine time.
Baca County Colo Land
I have a number of tracts of
land for sale, ranging from 320
to 2,000 acres at a very attract
ive price. Baca county is max
ing a quick development and land
has begun to advance in price
very rapidly. All crops grow
good here. Wheat and corn 30
to 40 bushel per acre this year.
Earl L. Terry.
29 4t Two Buttes, Colo
Notice of Adjustment Day
Estate of James M. Nolan, Deceased
All persons having claims axainat said estate are
hereby notified to present them for adjustment to
the County Court, of Cheyenne county Colorado
on the Ist day of December A D 1919
29 4t FS Nolan,
Administrat »r of t aid estate
The editor and family : utoed
to Burlington last Friday morn
ing, and on our way over. \vc no
ticed that the farmers had taken
care to have their crops all put in
the shock and stacks before tin
frost came and we want lo re
mind you that p.enty o feed < f
all kinds can be seen in all tlirecl
ions, enough and to spare for all
We noticed that lots of fali grail
had been sown and was up ii
fine shape and many were stil
drilling in more, and with no b;u
luck next year Eastern Coloradi
people will see one of tho largesi
crops of small prain harvestec
that has ever been harvested ii
On our trip we noticed the con
dition of ourjhighways and fount
uifin to be in excellent conditio:
We met C. 0. Reese and Willi.-
Loach who were working tm
reads, and they were putting or
tin: finishing touches for the wit:
ter, and we must say the boys
were leaving the roads in fi-a
condition for the winter. They
went alter it as if they under-
I stood their business, which w<
th rile tney do as the roads show
They arc now working south of
Arapahoe, and we presume the
roads down there will he in as
fine shape there as here when
the boys get through.
START A BANK ACCOUNT
MONEY IS HARD TO KEEP WITHOUT A BANK ACCOUNT
No matter how plentiful money may be, you cannot keep it if
you do not have a bank account.
And carrying money around in your pocket affords an ideal
opportunity for spending.
Any man may spend a dollar foolishly from his pocket when he would
hesitate to draw a check.
Money is plentiful in this country—more so than in any other country
of the globe.
Make it plentiful for yourself by depositing it in this bank
We pay 4 per cent on time deposits.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
THE BANK OF CHEYENNE WELLS
CARROLL BROWN, Cashier^
Capital, $25,000 Surplus, $2,500
Case 10-20 Kerosene Tractor
I have for sale 1 Case 10-20
Tractor, this machine is almost
new having plowed about 100
acres, disced and dilled about 40
acres. Will include with it 13
bottom Grand Detour plow, both
breaker and stubble bottoms and
extra shares, 1 engine guide and
1 LaCrosse 4 disc plow. This out
fit is priced to sell quick, as I am
leaving the county and must sell.
Call and see or write Geo W Steele
Arena, Colo. ' 314 t
Methodist Church Notices.
There will be a basket dinner
at the Church November 2nd.
All the Sunday Schools of the
county are urgently requested to
come, dismiss their own Sunday '
Schools for that day. Let each
THK CHETKNNK RECORD.
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Opened For Business
Yes, I thought it was coming, so, I put her in low in or- '
der to be near the j j
H. Fleming Garage
When it happened. They do all kind of repair work there $
and it is guaranteed. So we’ll just switch into their shop J|
and save tl e virgin wear on a new tirehy having theoldrun- %
nirg cr.e healed up in no time. Ail woik under the super- f
vision of an experienced man in the auto business. | j
Their work is thorough and it lasts longer than the rest S
of the tire. Ask any car owner about us. •
Garage opposite Dr. Homer’s Office
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l Saturday October !8, 1919 ♦
t Louise JVL A.lcott’s *
: . Special Production *
l “LITTLE WOMEN” *j
t Saturday Oct. 25, 1919 *
Silver Kirjg; *
£ Also a Comedy. *
Regular prices, 15 and 25c, all shows start at 8:00 *
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school elect their own delegates
who will report on the condition
of their schools and who will also
report to their schools upon their
return from the convention.
These delegates will vote upon
the business that is to be trans
Among those who worked up
on the garage Tuesday were Mr.
Adams, Mr. Warrington and son
Gordan, Mr. Parkes, Fred Shulke
and Rev. Konkel. Work will be
resumed as soon as material ar
rives for its completion.
Please note the change in the
time of services next Sunday,
For Sale- A good Meoltte Sep
orarator. Inpuire of Tom Dwyer
First View Colo. 14tf
Statement of the Ownership, Manage
ment, Etc of the Cheyenne Record
Required by the Act of August 24,1912
Published weekly at Cheyenne Wells
Colo, for October 1, 1919.
Editor, C. T. Bogert, Cheyenne Wells
Managing Editor, C. T. Bogert Chey
enne Wells, Colo.
Business Manager, C. T. Bogert.
Publisher, C. T. Bogert.
Owner, C. T. Bogert.
Known raortagees, and other security
C. T. Bogert.
Sworn to and subscribed before mo
this 20th day of October 1919
H. C. Nelson, Notary Public.
My commission expires February 15,
STRAYED—2 two year old
mare mules, branded 6on right
shoulder. Notify J. Dorenhamp,
Cheyenne Wells, and receive re
ward. 29 tp
I Sell I
Lots of Land
I sell land because I have every fa
cility for so doing
Those who want Land should come
to me to find it.
I Those who have Land to sell should
come to me to find purchasers.
I Bring Buyer and Seller Together.
It’s as simple as A. B. C, but it re
quires a system. I have that system,
and it rarely ever fails to work.
Don’t wear yourself out trying to
find what you want. See me, tell me,
I will do the rest.
J. N. HOLLENBAUGK,
Cheyenne Weils, Colorado
|| IRRIGATED FARMS GARDEN TRACTS S
;| STOCK RANCHES FRUIT TRACTS i
jq We have some real bargains in large and small tracts and 5
K] farms in northern Colorado. Prices are sure to advance W
! before Spring and the choice will not be so good. jjf
If you are thinking of investing now or later we’d like to P
have your name on our mailing list, so we can keep you |J
informed from time to time of what is on the market. H
But whether or not you buy, we’d be glad to give you any
information we havj about our country. gg
The Fort Collins Abstract Co.
Fort Collins, Colo. B
j| w; E - Vaplon Harry B. McCreary f
111 THE UNIVERS AL. CAR fill
jj ■ The Ford One Ton Truck may well be
f classed as an agricultural [necessity, it
[i fits into and fills so many wants on the
;J farm. It is a reliable bearer of farm
urdens, not only doing
The the work of several | > |
_ f horses quicker and '
rainier S better than the horse 111
T„ L and does noi “eat its ■
ii , IiUCK head off” when not -]i^
J! working. The aggressive farmer has
« only to consider the possibilities of the * ]
8 Ford truck and he is ready to buy one ™ tiij-;
? , We judge this to be so from the way i|j ■
s the farmers are buying the n. Truck v! ! j
(; jj| Chassis $550 f. o. b. Detroit. i 1
» ; For Sale at the E. J. HARRIS GARAGE i
|| CheyennelWslla. Calo.-ado. “ j
FARMS & PERSONAL PROPERTY
Is ray special work. CALL AND TALK IT OVKR
WRITE OR PHONE FqR DATES
P. J. JOHNSON, AUCTIONEER
Phone Res 46-17 Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
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