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■MICHELIN
■ Tiris At Pre-Wat
■ PRICES!
■ Recent drastic reductions have brought Michelin Casings
p* to practically pre-war prices, while Michelin Ring-Shaped
■ Tubes are now far below pre-war levels.
■ Here »re nctuml comparisons on Michelin
Tubemind on n few popular fabric size.—
Curd comparison, juat aa favorable.
■ MICHELIN MICHELIN
■ Ring-Shaped Fabric
| Tubes Casings
■ | ll'it I Today I I 1»I4 | Today "
■ *3.50 STitt S]3 HO i 514.30
■ f-? 5 2.115 10 75 ! IB.IJO
■ * ol) 3.211 20 75 211.00
H ■ • 3.11 J <lO
■ 800 4.10 28.50 ! 27.1X1
H ■ 2i) I t2O 27.1X1 | 211.20
■ We carry a complete stock of Mich-
B elin High Quality Casings
B and Tubes
I HOLLENBAUGH BROTHERS - i
I CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO
DALLAS I. COX
EMBALMER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR
COMPLETE STOCK HEARSE SERVICE
Licensed in Colorado and Kansas.
PERMANENTLY LOCATED
Cheyenne Wells, Colo. Phone 137
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| Auction |
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| 10,560 acres of land in Greeley Co., Kansas,
*♦* smooth, level, tractor land, the best soil and best **♦
*;* wheat land in America, to be sold at *s*
t - Public Auction - i
.♦>
a*« Twenty-five per cent down on the day of sale; twenty
five per cent March Ist; balance on or before three or «J»
five years at six per cent interest. This land will be *J*
V sold at public auction at
:j; Tribune, Kansas; Sept. 12,13,14 |
■ You make the price V*
Write for full descriptions and particulars
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X National Land Sales Company *
,1, IUTHLINGTON, COLO., nr TRIBUNE. KANSAS
38688S8e«^^9BgBSeS38B8e8BS^Se86S^^SE
I The Longest Life 1
Obtainable from your car is always coincidental with the TO
amount of erne you bestow upon it through SK
expert garages and mechanics rv>
WE ARE EXPERTS |
Our knowledge of every make of cars insures the most TO
difficult trouble speedy and etfeclual up-building TO
which will pill Ihe stretches of road under TO
your wheels as of old TO
Daniels & Ferguson gf
CHEYENNE WE I, I. S, COLORADO TO
OHBYMMU WHU Moom
PERSONAL--NEWS
II you have an Item ol news, a
friend vleltinir you, or a sale
to advertise, tell us about It.
Our job printing talks for its
self.
Have you read the ads this
week?
J. L. Forkek went up to Den
ver to bring home his car.
Ask Nick about Dream Electro
lyte. Nicks Battery shop.
C. A. Brakeman was a business
visitor to Hugo on Saturday.
Best rendered lard IScts per
pound at the Liberty Market
Bert Slotterback came down
from Arena Tuesday evening on
business matters.
The Record is this week getting
out a price bulletin for the Valore
Hardware company.
This office is mighty proud of
the new sign we have on our
front window, read it
Mrs. W. P. Perry left for Kans
as City, Mo , on Wednesday for
a short vioit with relatives.
Mrs. Wm. McGinty left Mon
day evening forSaiina, Kans , to
visit the Wm. Brewer family.
H. C. Sallade was assisting
with the duties at the Harris
garage while Elmer was in Den
ver.
J. G. Wadsworth. Secretary of
the Holly Commercial Club, was
a pleasant caller at this office on
Tuesday.
Merl Smith spent several days
up at Denver last week taking in
the sights and incidently resting
up a bit.
E. J. Harris went up to Denver
Monday morning to get a new
Ford car and deliver it over to a
cusromer.
Mrs. C A. Brakeman who hcs
been in Colorado Springs at ihe
bedside of an aunt returned home
Saturday.
Mrs. W. A. Robinson departed
last Fiiday evening fora three
weeks visit with relatives in
Jatnesport, Mo.
“Pinky” Henderson of Kit
Carson, state brand inspector lot
this district, was a Cheyenne
Wells visitor Monday.
H. C. Nelson and wife returned
home Ihe first of the week from
Deliver whither they went on a
few days pleasure trip.
Mrs .1. G McComish and sis-
L?r, Miss Mariam Nve, of Kit
Caison, were visitors in our city
on Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wells ano
daughter, Genevieve, of Boulder,
are litre visiting their doughtei
and sister. Mis. Don. Curiiss.
I. F. Jones, wife and daughter
Miss Zeida, and Mr. John Forres
ter made a business trip to Stier.-
dan Lake and Brandon Tuesday
j afternoon.
! Luthern church services at the
Carl Blitield home ten miles north
and one mile east of Arapahoe,
Colo, with basket dinner Sunday
August 14th.
Dentistry:—Dr. K. Henderson,
of Denver, will be in Cheyenne
Wells on Friday and Saturday,
August 12ih and 13th, prepared
to do dental work.
R. E. Goodnight and wife went
up to the city of lights Sunday
. morning where they will spend a
j ew days taking in the sights
| and resting up a hit.
| Louis Hollenbaugh has been
j working the night shift down at
j the city’s new well for the past
| week in order to get caught up
| on the water supply.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Baker and
son of Upland, Calif., and Miss
Emma Korrell. of Enterprise,
j Kalis., spent the week end at
1 tiie M. C. Korrell home.
| Our phone number is "41” if
you have a room to let. a cow to
i s.ll, a horse to trade or any other
article for sale, advertise them
i i>i our columns for quick results.
- WANTS -
NOTICE
Those wanting sacks for com
bines, place orders as early as
possible at the Elevator. 15tf
Notice: —We tte in a position to
cut or haul your grain at a fair
price. If intererted, notify
Blodgett & Stout. I6tf
See L. V. Hudson before sell
ing your corn and ail kinds of
krain, also will buy your hogs
any day, fat or lean. 16tf
For Sale or Trade:—One 12-26
Avery tractor in first class
condition ready to go light to
work. At Hollenbaugh Bros.,
Garage 16tf
For higher prices and a square
deal on your corn and all kinds
of grain, better see H. S. Ketch
am, of the Cheyenne Wells Ele
vator Co., when wanting to sell
Better Lumber, better pi ices
New fresh material for racks,
shacks, and barges, B. and M
for tight bottoms, and not ex
pensive.
W. A Wier, Arapahoe Colo.
For Sale:—At a bargain 2 room
house on 3 12 best lots in town
four blocks from newHischool
two blocks from new Catholic
school. Address P. O. box 526
Cheyenne Wells, Colo. 18 41-p
For Rent:— o a g- ntleman, one
room. Sept. Ist, $l5 per month
it is strictly modern, electric
lights, hot and cold water, heat
and bath. Inquire of Mrs. J.
E. Hayes. 17tf
Best rendered lard 15cts per
pound st the Lihert.v Market
For Sale: -An A1 horse and one
half gasoline engine; one Ford
son tractor and plows. The
above machines are all in good
order and ready for work. In
quire of C. C. Resse, at the
Harris garage. 18tf
Lost:- An Aredale doi six mo
old; a liberal reward will he
paid for its return. I 1 ot ify
i his office. 20 f
For Safe:—New Case Separator
26 46; 12 25 avery engine,
terms if desired. Grant Duvall
Weskan, Kansas. 20-2 t
For Sale or Trade:—Etnmerson
tractor 30-60 with eight plows
in A1 condition, will trade for
horses or good car. Box 56,
Weskan, Kansas. 20 2l
Farm Wanted Wanted to heat
from owner of a farm or good
land for sal*.* for fall or spring
deliverv. C. S. Clarv. box 234
Peru, Nehr., 20 2
House For Ren :—lnquire tit the
Bank of Cheyenne Wells 21-3 i
For Sale—SW quarter See. BT.
19, R. 42, Kiowa County.
P' ic° $35 per acre. $l,OOO cash
will handle. T. H. Woodbury,
Yuma, Colo. 21-2 p
The show house for the fancy
porkers at the Colorado State
Fair will he 350x70 feet, whicl
ought, to he room enough for tin
pigs to show their good points
Mr. and Mrs. Kit g who havt
spent the last month visiting
their daughter and family, Mis
Earl Herman, in Nebraska, re
turned home the last of ttie week
G. IC. Gwathntey. editor of lit.
Cheyenne County News, wa
taken quite ill last Saturday
morning and had to close lit
doors and go home to his bed ft t
the day. He is back on the jot
though again this week.
Jake Hollander Steve Hollander
HOLLANDER BROS
Well Drillers
See us if y'ou want a good well
drilled. Prices right, work guai
anteed Address, Hollander Bros,
Cheyenne Webs, Colo.
.ea: c ze3:o:m::e::r :m: x:
Physician, Scbokon anc jllec-
TItICIAN
EYE. EAR, NOSE & THROAT
GENERAL SURGERY
Phone No. 12.
PHILHOLLANDER
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
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The Cheyenne County State Bank
"THE PIONEER BANK OF EASTERN COLORADO"
Capital and Surplus
$44,000 00
OFFICERS
J K Hayks. President • H C Nki.hon. Vice-President
J B J IIAYNH. Cashier Jknnik B Russ. Ass’t Cashier
L P Lknihan, Cashier E J Huiikn, Cashier
A Sure Way
To save money U to put it in • bank.
It is not what you might have saved
that counts, it is what you did not!
Remember, when you spend a dollar
foolishly, you may be helping another
man place his foot above your own.
Cast Your Lot With A Good Insti
tution, and Begin Right Now!
~~l"1, ~ l " 1 " a
Dr. a. J. Kaufmann
SAN ITANIUM I
Miss Regina Landsrud, R. N., Su. t.
STRICTLY KTHICAL INSTITUTION
MAJOR SI'KGKBY OK ALL KINDS
No rnntagous, or till**! locus patients accepted
For rates and infoi inat'on apply to Mia* Land.rud, Silpt.
CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO
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How’s Your Car?
JOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCO ?
fwJS Your Car In Condition to be of t
||l| • the best serv ce to you? Per- 5
♦ | haps you are not quite the man {:
to adjust some of the defects t
If you are NOT, come in arid see us, there are no defects q
in our prices-- they arc very moderate. q
C. O. REKSR. Cheyenne Wells 8
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county!
LAND \
BOUGHT and SOLD
D. R. Jones Land Company,
FRANK SWANSON. Mgr
Office: Ocer Val-ire Huidwart- Store
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► Grain. Seeds, Flour and Feed Bought and Sold
► Will buy and load on track at Arapahoe, First View, and -
t Arena, at any time. Highest prices paid and a tquare dea •
l to all at all times. i'
► Always have a good supnlv of Flour and Feed on hand •;
| Cheyenne Wells Elevator
I H. S- KETCHAM, Manager.
♦ CHEYENNE WELLS Phnne 79 COLORADO '
LANDS
We buy and sell lands in Cheyenne
and Kiowa counties, Colorado, also in
Greeley and Wallace counties Kansas.
We are always in the market for a good piece
of land at the right price.
NISPEL LAND CO
CHEYENNE WELLS. COLO

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