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511 fields where plowing is difficult—tough" horsepower." While rated at 27 on the belt, 9
*'r baked soil, stiff grades, etc.— this Case It can deliver 33 horsepower. It is ever ready R
15-27 Kerosene will pull 3 plows for the hardest jobs. It never tires. Jf
easily. Where conditions are this All gears are cut steel, enclosed and run B
I tractor can pull 4 plows. Jn oil. It has a four-cylinder valve-in-head ■
So it is a favorite on the average farm. It motor, mounted crosswise gn a one-piece n
is/neither too large nor too small., plain frame. .This.affords the use of all ■
In additionAo its field work, it is designed spur gears. M
for belt work having the pulley properly A Case Sylphon Thermostat controls the I
placed. It will drive a Case 26x46 Thresher cooling system and insures complete com- M
equipped with feeder and wind stacker or bustion of kerosene. A Case air washer de- 1
other machines requiring similar power. ji vers c i ean a i r to the carburetor. E
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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}
I Prompt and efficient service
Porkers Drug Store
c. V. Rambo, Prop-
CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO
BONES WANTED
Wanted at once, a carload of clean, dr< hones.
$lO per ton, FRED I” ‘ KE
LIBERTY MARKET. Cheyenn Is, Colo
fHK CHEYENNE KECOEP.
j Legal Notices \
NOVICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land office at
Hugo. Colo. March 8»>1H20
Notice in hereby given that Edward J. Fanselau
of Cheyenne Wefis Colo, who no October 4th
191 made homestead entry serial No. C 14336 for
Lots 10-12-1 and 21 section 6 township
12s ranee l4w|6th principal meridian has filed no
tice of intention to make final three year proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above described before the
Clerk of the District Court of Cheyenne county at
Cheyenne Wells Colo, on the 261 h day of April 1920
Claimant names hs witnesses:
Cyrua Peterson. Harry P Galke. both of Cheyenne
Wells, Colo- Bert Loper, Thomas Taylor, both of
Burlington. Colo
mar 18 apr 22 6t JR Beavers. Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U, S. Land Office at
Hugo. Colo.. March 8. 19S*>
"Votice is given that Orra E Spilman. of Me
ls dill. Colo who on November 16. 1916 made
Homestead ontry Serial No 014796 for Lots 9-10-
11-12-13-14.. 5 and !6(54) section 26 township
15s range 46w 6th principal meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final three year proof,
to establish claim to the land above described, be
fore the Clerk of the District Court of Cheyenne
county, Colo, at Cheyenne Wells Colo., on the 24th
day of April 1920
Claimant names as witnesses
Ol.ver P Hayes. Margarete ElHayes. Thomas Dwyer
Clarence Etter. all of First View. Colo.,
mar 18 apr 22 6t JR Beavers. Register.
| To The People of Cheyenne Wells |
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| Koenig’s Square Deal Store is Now Open |
*♦* and ready to do business, with a full and complete line of %
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V We invite you all to call and inspect the stock as we guarantee you satisfaction or*-**
is refund your money. The Celebrated KUPPENHEIMER LINE of hand Tailored readvV
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<£*to wear clothing.
4 The King Oualiiy Glove Grip Shoes are the Best Made X
% Mens Work Clothes
♦* Overalls the best and heaviest made $2.75 *♦*
<£* Cotton Gloves, heavy grade knit wrist 15 c
V The heavy union made Khaki Coveralls the good kind $4.25 *3*
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Come in and be convinced that our prices and merchandise are right V
t LUBIN GUTHKIE, JVLeineicrer ❖
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
Hugo, Colo. March 8. 1920
"Votice is hereby given that Oliver P Hayes of
li Ftist View Colo., who on DecemPer 1916
made made Homestead entry serial No. 014813 for
Lots 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 and 8 section 22 township 15s
range 46w sixth prtncipal meridian has filed notice
of intention to make final three year proof to estab
lish claim to tho land above described before the
Clerk of the District Cour* of Cheyenne county at
Cheyenne Wells Colo, on the 24th day of April 1920

Claimant names as witnesses
Orra Spilman. Etta Spilman, both of Medill, Colo,
Thomas Dwyer. Clarence Etter, both of First View.
Colo
mar 18 apr 22 6t JR Beavers. Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at
Lamar. Colo. March 18. 1920
XToticeis hereby given that Henry Hagen of
11 Arapahoe, Colo, who on March 25. 1915 made
homestead entry No 016588 for W l i section 28
township 16s range 43w 6th principal meridian'thas
j filed notice of intention to make final three year
j proof, to establish claim to the land above described
j before the clerk of the District Court of Cheyenne
countv. Colo, at Cheyenne Wells, Colo, on the 3rd
day of May 1920
Claimant names as witnesses:
John J Rahe. Hempen F Gregg, both of Arapahoe,
Colo, Charles A Parker. J E Hayes, botn of Chey
enne Wells. Colo
mar 25 apr29 6t A L Beavers Register
Notice of Dissolution
We the undersigned. A. H. Maas. President,
and. Ralph E. Cole. Secretary, of The Central
Farm Security Company, a ' corporation, formed
under the laws of the State of Colorado, do here
by give notice that at a meeting of the stockhold
er* of said corporation, duly called for the purpose
o* considering the propriety of disaolving aai i
corporation, and held at Cheyenne Wells. Colorado
in the city (or town) of Cheyenne Wells, state of
Colorsdo, on the 15th day of October A. D. 1918.
pursuant to notice given to the stockholders there
of in the manner provided by law for the calling
; of stockholders* meetings for the purpose of
amending articles of incorporation, the stockhold
ers by a vote of more than two-thirds, of the en
tire capital stock of said corporation, ordered said
corporation to be dissolvrd.
We further certify that nil debts owing by
said corporation have been fully paid.
IN WITNESS WHERHOF, we have made a; d
signed this notice of Dissalution. and affixed here
to the seal of said corporation, this2oth day March
A. D. 1920. A. H. Maas, President
Attest Ralph E. Cole. Secretary
(Corporate Seal).
First publication March 25. 1920
Last “ April 29, " 6t
PHIL HOLLANDER
WELL DRILLER
Also agent for the Aermotor
Wind Mill and accessories.
Cheyenne Wells, Colo
If ycu are wanting a well put
down. See me, satisfaction given
NOTICE
There has been consider
able talk about what the
Cbeyenne Wells Oil Com
pany is going to do and
what it is not going to do.
A number of rumors have
been spread that are not
true.
I am taking this oppor
tunity to tell those who
may be interested that
the Cheyenne Wells Oil Co
will drill at least one test
well in the vicinity of Chey
enne Wells, Colorado, in the
near future provided sufficient
leases are secured to warrant
j bringing in outside capital.
Signed, P. Erlendson
BERT WOODB’IN
DRAY & TRANSFER LINE
Will do mII kinds of dray in# and
hauling. Prices reasonable.
Cheyenne Wells. Colo
WELL DRILLING
If you are in need of a well
See me. Satisfaction Guaranteed
W. T. Haney.
Cheyenne Wells. Colo.
Captain Chas. H. Beeler
Attorney & G ounselor
HUGO. COLO
Civil and Criminal matters care
fully attended to.
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Phystcian, Suhoeon ane I£lec-
TUICIAN
EYE. EAR, NOSE & THROAT
GENERAL SURGERY
Phone No. 12.
Read the Record during 1920
Public Sale
I will sell at public sale at my place
4 miles north of Arapahoe, 14 miles
northeast of Cheyenne Wells Coo.
Thursday, April 1,1920.
AT TEN O’CLOCK A. M.
.18 HEAD OP STOCK 38
Span mules 4 and syr old, l*ay mars
coming- tl yi- in foal, broivn horse llyr
hay horse 12 yr, mare coming 3 yr, 2
gildings coming 2 yr, 2 sorrel I mures
10 and 11, 2 coming yearling colts.
20 HEAD CATTLE 20
11 HEAD MILCH COWS 11
Oyr old cow fresh soon, 5 yr cow with
call hy side, 3 yr cow with calf by side
4 3 yr cows, Syr cow, 4yr cow, 3 coming
3yr heifers, 2 coming 2 yr heiters, steer
coming 2yr, 4 yearling calves, 0 calves
FARM MACHINERY
3.'.jin bain wagon, spring wagon,
buggy. John Deere gong plow, disc,
John Deere 0 shovel riding cultivator
2 riding listers, l> & O 2-row weeder,
Vanßrunl 10 disc drill, Massie Harris
corn binder, 1-row corn sled. McCor
mack mower, 12 in walking plow Mc-
Cormack 12 ft header, barge, feed rack
3 sets of work harness, 2 sets IX in
work harness, set 11.,inl 1 .,in work harness
set buggy harness, small saddle, n 0.3
Sharpies seoarator, 2 water tanks, 10
rolls Rubber .id roofing 2 thorobred
spotted poland china brood sows, 30
chickens, 6 bronze turkey hens, bronze
gobbler, 2 pekin ducks and drake.
Forks, spade, shovels and other tools
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Steel range, 3 burner perfection oil
stove with oven. Coles hot blast heater
oil heater, sanitary cot and other art
cles too numerous to mention.
' Pree lunch Bring cups
Terms—all sums of *lO and under
cash. Over *lO a credit of ti months
lime will be given on bankable notes
at 10 jiercent interest from date of sale
No property to be removed unlil settled
for.
A. Ivillion Owner.
Col J. G. Felts auct J. E. Hayes Clerk
Please remember the next
meeting of the offijial board, Fri
day morning April 2nd at 10
A, M.
Next Sunday is decision day
for the churches. It is the day
when we togather are to make a
solid front for the Kiugdom. We
are also inviting the Ladies Aid
to make March 28th their church
going Sunday.
The Choir will practice next
Friday night at 7P. M. Please
remember the hour and be on
time.

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