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Dinner or Supper?
Perhaps its a nice juicy steak- creamy potatoes with
brown gravy just oozing out all over your plate.
What ever it is you want, we have it in its best form
THE ROYAL CAFE
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O everything goes! Phone 156-17 For Sale Dates 4^o
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Carpenter & Builder
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Prices Right
Inquire at either Lumber Yard
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Ijl Gcrfl Auctioneer |
; Success and experience counts big to the man whose 8
!;! property comes under the hammer, but you 8
wont make no mistake if you employ 8
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■ Dates Made At Cheyenne Wells Record Office 8
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CHEYENNE WELLS RECORD
R. J. GOLDSWORTHY, PUBLISHER
Published every Thured.y in Cheyenne Wells,
Cheyenne county Colorado, end entered et the
pjstofflce an Becond claaa mail matter. April 3, La
under the Act of March 3. 1879. i
ADVERTISING RATES MADE UPON AP
PLICATION POP SAME
Thursday, August 4, 191 ,
Ask Nick abouc Dream Electro
lyte. Nicks Battery Shop.
Don Curliss returned home
Monday night from a six weeks
trip which took him up into Min
nesota, Wisconsin and other
points. Mr. Curliss reports that
his wife will also be home Friday,
coming down from Boulder.
The town council of Seibert
have approved a contract with
Flagler to purchase electric cur
rent, paying therefor 7 cents ptr
kilowatt hour for the first 1000,
6 cents for the second 1000, and
5 cents for all over 2000. Seibert
constructs the line and takes the
juice at Flagler. Nineteen hour
service is guaranteed. Flagler
has a new Fairbanks-More oil
engine plant that is larger than
the town repuires.
The Settler would like to see
posted at each of the places
where the highways enter town,
a sign board, bearing this inscrip
tion. "Welcome to Seibert;
please drive safely and close your
cutout.” In addition to this en
forcement of the cutout closing
should be absolute, so that all
conversation, business, telephon
ing and sane thinking would not
have to cease every time some
one decided to back a Lizzie out
of the parking space, with the
cutout open, ana roaring like a
Mercedes Twin-B—Seibert Settler
The wheat field of Conrad Herr
which had a fire from the railroad !
a couple of weeks ago, caught
again last Friday with a prettv
hird vi dbliwing and a con
siderable quantity of it burned.
Among the damage was the loss
of six stacks of wheat that had
just been headed and put in the
stack shortly before. The fire
was prevented from getting
across the state road on the north ,
I which would have left it open to:
j contidue across the cjuntry. It |
-did get near enough to cause!
some worry ar.d a thresher work-1
ing across the road was moved ;
to safety in case the fire jumped
the road.—Akron Reporter.
Something very much out of
the ordinary way of expressing
feelings for a newspaper force
occured in our office Saturday
monring. The usual custom of
an editor was to reach for his
"shootin iron” every time the
door swung open as he could ex
pect a good cussing or a fistic
performance. Our case is en
tirely different, when a dear old
lady approached our sanctuary
Satureay last with her arms full
of beautiful flowers which she
left with us with her best wishes
for our prosperity. Thanks to
you dear soul, and we assure you
we appreciated the gift.
M. E. Church Notes
Vocations are a probe that
gives thfe devil a chance to find
out who you really are.
There will be a special call next
Sunday for new members o the
church. Baptism will be admin
istered to any who wish to be
baptised.
The sermon Sunday morning
will have to do with the recon
ciliation of disarmament and
peace. It. is a greater heroism
that calls for peace than for war.
Sunday evening after Forum
there is to be a membership j
meeting of all the church mem-1
hers and all who will become :•
members, we need your name on i ■
the record for it strengthens the I!
organization, all members please , j
to be present.
The regular monthly meeting j|
of the offi. ial board is Saturday I
at 2:30 the stewards will please .
finish their work so the accounts .
may be closed for the year. Now j
is one of the great testing times •
the one who is true now, is cer- •
tainly the faithful and just -
steward. •
Those who attended the ball ;
game last Sunday at Eads declare ;
the game the best of the season.
Although the local boys came
home with the short end of the
score they played a mighty good
game and with a little encourage
ment, the managers of this team
should not worry of paying their
money out for outside help when
they are getting better service
from the hoys right 1 ere at home.
T. W, Lsngdon of Omaha,
Nebr., arrived in our city last
Tuesday evening for a few days
visit with his old school mate
! and friend, J. P. Cahill, whom !
he his rot seen in a longtime.
| Mr. Langdon is also the o'wner of |
i a fine piece of Clieyi nne county 1
jland which he had into wheat;
| this year and is here looking
'after the harvest work and mak
j ing preparations for reseeding,
j The Heriick hotel has this
week completed its exterior
! decorations in the form of a
■ stucco finish. This is as fine a
I hotel as you will find in eastern
i Colorado.
! Mr. Kooch one of our real
estate dealers whose occupatoin
is to hold lot sales left Saturday |
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. D. 1
W. Simpson for Oklahoma, to
hold a lot sale.
Mr. O. Schilling of the J. O.
D. ranch, at Aroya, was in Chey
enne Wells Tuesday, coming
down to attend the meeting of
the Fair Association which was
held that evening.
It is now thought that connec
tions with the new well will be
co npleted sometime today and
that water will be pumped into
the* mains from this source.
Well, here’s how.
WELL DRILLING
If you are in need of a well
See me. Satisfaction Guaranteed
W. T. Haney.
Cheyenne Wells. Colo.
Dr. K. Henderson
of Denver, Colo
DENTIST
Is now located upstairs in Un
commercial Hotel.
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HOWARD A. CHENEY
Office Ht Rambo's Drug Store
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| RfIHK TO THE FARM j
:: THOUSANDS OP PEOPLE, FEELING THE URGE OK THU PRES- f
• I.’NT HIGH COST OF LIVING, ARK LOOKING HACK TO THE V
•' FARM WITH THE HOPE OF BETTERING THEIR CONDITIONS. X
:: WE HAVE CALLS ALMOST EVERT DAY FROM PARTIES WHO $
ARE WANTING HOMES 4
j| Let Us Sell Your Farm For You I
: : We have facilities for interesting buyers that never fail to brine %
results in a quick manner ■ = 4
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Our Last Car
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Of old wheat Semolino Flour (for |
‘k |
I this season) has just been received. ::
48 pounds Semolino - - - $2.25
| 24 “ “ .... 1.15 ••
? 100 “ Bran - - - 90 ;;
| 100 “ Shorts - - - 1-05
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| We also have a car of new salt on ;
| the tracks •
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'•s 100 pounds No. 4, Crushed rock - 95 ;
S 50 “ Plain block - - - 65
i 50 “ Sulpher block - - 70 i i
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I I Get your storage COAL before the cold •
11 weather, or you may not get any
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| CHEYENNE WELLS CO-OP. MERCANTILE CO ;
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford One Ton Truck is a profitable
| “beast of burden” and surely has the "right of
way” in every line of business activity. For all
trucking purposes in the city and for all heavy !
work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck I
with its manganese bronze worm-drive and l|
every other Ford merit of simplicity in design,
strength in construction, economy in operation,
low purchase price, stands head and shoulders
above any other truck on the market. Drop in
' and let's talkit over and leave your order forone. •
HARRIS MOTOR COMPANY
Cheyenne Wells, Colorado
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We are now starting on the twelfth month in the opera- X
»*• lion of n Battery Service Station in your midst and to our J
♦J* knowledge there has not been one dissatisfied customer, A
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price charged. We are proud of this achievement and be- A
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