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& 8888888888863888883686 \te| I / §il|W 1 $< Kuppenheimer Overcoats and Suits \ * §have established and held a reputa- |L=, jj| \ mliP® 1 0 tion for style and quality that has ~p g$ ro set the pace for more than three l||||®| 0 | generations. They are the nations g || standard. When you’re ready for K Cr p P your new ones, you’ll find them easily in the exhibit of §g I* Kuppenheimer Cood Clothes | Cotton flannel gloves « 50 the doz Husking mittens.— --$1 65 the doz 8B Genuine Rockford work sox 2 prs 25c Be»t grade 220 Denum overalls ..$1 45 jg Good heavy sweaters only $1 35 Good all-leather shoes $1 25 KOENIG’S SQUARE DEAL CASH STORE | L. GUTHRIE, Mgr. $ Cheyenne Wells - - Burlington - Llmon m Colorado gg jaBBBegegBaBBBBBgBaBBBgBBBBSBSSeg6BegBBBBBgBSBSeBBBeBBgBBBgBBBBeSBSBBeaBBBgS^ % Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chester field are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett Sc Myers Tobacco Co. Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—blended (| DAIRY HINTS WORK OF ROLL ASSOCIATIONS LaroWt Increaaa Nate* tin— War* Wii liMuguriM and Imprava mant In Hard# Saan. (Prepared by the United State* Depart* ment of Arrimiture.) The ntimlier of active bull associa tions lnrmiw > il from 78 on July 1, HMD. j to !2H on June 30. 1020. Thin Is the ’• Innrest Increase since the work v,u.-» j be run by the United States Depart- | meat of Agriculture, uihl h* partly due to the momentum Knitted during tli® A Ciood Type of Dairy Bull Such aa Co-Operative Bull Aaaoclationa Use. preceding year, when the first real ef fort was made to extend the work. JCighteen of the new uMSoclatlona are <U oouui C arolina, Alabama and Mia* alanlppt, where a large part of the ae-, five field work haa been dona by the co-'iperatlve extension men. Reporta from the associations which have, twefi Id operation for a fairly long > time show that the hull association la | fulfilling Ita purpose of Improving tha s herda and that the daughtera of shso* , elution hulla have generally excelled tlielr dam* In milk and hutterfat pro duction. In one Maryland association -1 daughter* of nx*«»clation hull* ex* colled their dam* In yearly production l*y rm average of WW pounds of milk j mid 44 iMiuiid'* of hutterfat. STERILIZING MILK BOTTLES Only Thor-ugh W t-iSinj, Steaming and Dry i ; Pwo;''-* Sterile Con tamer ic- Ml lie. Tuu inueh . n |»f.j mn»r be elvet to tin* flirt Mini i»i. Mor-ouch wash (UK. Mtefiniilit - • pr"Uite<*H ster’ rout;.:> <*•• nnd Mur milk should not I- - in an.* other than a ster '«• •• rv . 1 r :•! an.' time, and partletilr ft t I”- lie been pnslenrl/id .. U tied The wnaliliiic •• re turned e. ,... m1'P .ttles to a elt; milk plant roustin'. •> ?•' on.idem. Bottles are leee've i in var» in’ thins of e!vatillncs*i and th* many and varied * • of •*.»||. -Mon nnd It becomes soi • 1 u of n - eoi.i pllshment to make ihein sterile cor miners for milk. The Inoculation from the empt.\ bottle can he rediired to a minimum CHEYENHE WELLS RECORD oy tnorougn washing, steaming and draining, and as thla In possible and highly Important from n health point of view no other method should be tolerated. j Placing pasteurized milk In a bottle I which has not been sterilized Just : previously lessens the efllcteney of the , pasteurizing process and helps to de feat Ita purposes. Milk, as it leaves the cow’s udder, contains bacteria. If the cow* Is dlrly and there is loose buy around, dust from the cow s lowly and the huy set tles III the niMk-pull. and this dust Is . swarming with Imeteriu. As s«m»ii as they reach the warm milk they com mence to tnulriply. and In n few hours they may have Increased until there are millions it, the teuspoonful of milk. )t Is these lun.lerla that cauae milk to sour, but most of them are not only harmless, but positively beneficial. EXCELLENT AS FORAGE CROP Cowpea WMI Thrive en All Types of Arable Sol. and Requires Very Little Attention. For feed the cowpea is especially valuable, specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture any, l>eeause It will grow on all types of arr.hte soil, requiring little attention and producing most excellent forage, in addition. ! l Is of great value as a i manure crop to Increase the • mv ii • • nitrogen content of the •ip* cli It 1a grown. 11011 PWC TIME CII WESTBOUND. I No. 103 \. East Mail U4l » 111 No. 11l- » “ No 105 a in. kastbound. No. 2:03 p n j No. 5:18 l> i No. 10? Mall 5:50 J Public Trustee’s Sale W i£i?:AS. Claude L. Shriner whose address is • rapaho.-. olorado. gr-ntorby his Trust Deed. | .att:d May 20rh. 19!6. and recorded in the tffice cf he I rrk and Recorder ot Cheyenne County. Colo i £ I ndo. in Book 40. at Paste 110. nt the records of t said County, conveyed to the Pub'ic Trustee of said • Count* the following land in said County, to-wit: . The North West Quarter (NWI4) of Section 19. ini Townshio 12. S.. of Range 42 W. of 6th P. M.. in t ust to secure the payment of one principal note | of even date with said Trust Deed for S4oo.C*' . payable to the o der Viggo H. Johnson, one year after date with interest thereon fro.n date at the rate • of Ten per cent, per annum payable annua ly. 1 AND WHEREAS. Default has been made by the , said grantor in said Trust Deed in the performance j of the covenants and conditions imposed upon him by the terms of said Trust Deed in this, tc-wit: Tnat said grantor has failed to pay said principal I note when due and has fa led to pay the interest ( due on said principal noto from May 20th. 1920. j AND WHEREAS The legal holder of the indebt- j erlness represented by said note has filed with said . Public Trustee notice and demand in writing, de- j daring said default and electing to declare the whole debt represented by said note and interest thereon to date of sale due and payable, and de- . | manding the oale of said land under said Trust j Deed, j NOW. THEREFORE. Public Notice is hereby I i given that, pursuant to said notice, election and j | demand, and under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by said Trust Deed and the >aw. I. R A Pfost. Public Trustee of said Cheyenne County, will sell the above described land for cash, a* public auction, to the highest bidder at the South front door of the County Court House, in ' heyenne Wells , 1 in the County of Cheyenne, and State of Colorado, on Monday, the 28th day of Nov., A D. 1921. at ten o'clock in the forenoon for the purpose of pay ing said notes, interest to date of sale fees and ex penses of this sale, and will give to the pu'chaser thereof a certificate of purchase therefor as pro vided by law. Dated October 25th, 1921. R. A PFOST. c ublic Trustee of Cheyenne County. Colorado j First publication Oct 27. 1921. I Last publication Nov. 24. 1021 • V. H Johnson. Attorney For Beneflcirry j SherifFs Sale By virtue of a special writ of execution issued | out of the Clerk’s office of the District Court ol j henenne County and State of Colorado, and to me j directed, whereby ! am commanded to moke the I um of Six Hundred Fifteen Dollars. (615.00) and | costs of suit, the nmount ot a certain judgment J rrcently obtained agninst Henry Stark, in favor cf Ed A. Johnson, out of the lands, tenemtnts. poods j and char el is of the said Henry Stark. I have levied on the following property, town Section 9. in Twp. 1 3. Sof R. 46. W„ in Chey- j ciina Couuty. Colorado. THEREFORE, according to said command. I ! shall expose for sale, at Pudlx Auction, all the right, title and interest of the above named Henry Stark. In ano 10 ihe above described property, on Monday, the 28th day of November. 1921. at ten o'clock A. M. at the Front door of the County Court j House, in Cheyenne Wells. Colorado. I Dated at Cheyenne Wells this 27th day of Octo ber. 1021. ART BPOWN. S'.ieritf of Cheyenne County V. H. JOHNSON. Attorney First pub Nov 3rd. '2l Last pub Nov 24th. "<!1 4t Coming: To Burlington & Limon DR. DORAN A Specialist, Net in Name Only, But by Experience of Aim'at A Quarter of a Century DOES NOT USE THE KNIFE Will give free consultation on Wku ne* day, Nov. 33th, in Burlington ul the Montezuma Hotel. Thursday. Dec. Is*, in Limon, at the Lhiiou Hotel, from 10 a m. to sp. m. ONE DAY ONLY They Come Many Miles to See Him Dr. Doran is a regular graduate in medicine and surgery and is licensed by the Stute of Colorado. He visits professionally the more important towns and cities and offers to all who call on this trip consultation and ex amination free, except the excuse of treatment when desired. According to his method of coming to your nearest city to see patients he gives all the sick people an opportun ity to obtain the best that medical sci -1 ence can offer right at home, lie does not operate for chronic appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach, tonsils or adenoids. He has to his credit many wonderful results in diseases of thestainach, liver b iwels, blood, skin, nerves, kidney, heart, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh. | leg ulcers and rectal ailments, j If you have been ailing for any length of time and do not get any l»et j ter, do not fail to cal), as improper measures rather than disease are very often the cause of your long standing trouble. Remember above date, that examin ation on this trip will be free and that his treatment is different Married ladies must come with their husbands, und children with their parents Address: Medical Laboratory of Dr. Doran, 335-33 J Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn. Rialto TKteatrl - Programs Worth While THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, NOV “My Lady's Garter'* A picture that keeps you (ruessing and entertains from start to nnish “ISungalow Troubles" .a two reel comedy. • I^Bj SATURDAY. NOV 12 "THE WHIP”, the wonderful horse racinir picture, taken fioinone greatest melodramas ever written and furnishes two hours of sensat| O 0 tortuiimunt. SUNDAY a-d MONDAY. NOV Kt-14 Pauline Fredrick in “Madam X" In Madam X, Pauline Frederick '-'ices the ereotest performance of he This picture lias been called pi enter than the play, which ran lor stands as one of the most sensational successes of the theatre. |, , 1 love deeper and more lustin . than mans/ Pauline Frederick question for you in Madam X. Her lioy—with his hearts blood he for the life of the tretnblintf, wretched cruatnni at the bar-lie did not was his own mother. A picture that is considered one of the tional products ever produced, tlf course vour not uoiny to miss it. Tuesday there be no show H WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, NOV til 17 I Dorothy Gish in “Ghosts in the Garrett’’ H With a Parrot that swore and a bulldog with itching teeth, she • ItaunUd hous-c on the trail of burglurs. Desperate cut-throats who bot*fl ! the pearls that she was accused of stealing. An orgy of thrills, laughs I shi\ers. A woozy romance of love and crooks and spooks in a ! house. The funniest girl on the sere* nin a picture that smashes th<j i Added. ‘‘The Lyon Killers*’ two reels of hunting and killing lions. No Show on Friday H SPECIAL NOTICE. For a limited time there will be no shows on and Friday. ■ COMING Nor. 1!», 'I he Devil: Nov. 20, The Miracle Man: Nov. 2.1, Bjfl Burke: Nov. 27, Buster Keaton in ‘\Saphead”; Nov. 30, Bill Hart io“s|S ~¥ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » ♦ -♦ » » ♦ ♦ » ■ j? HAULING I i ♦ lam prepared to do hualing of any I i 1 description | j GRAIN, FEED HAY I | FURNITURE DRAY WORK | Any thing that can be hauled by TRUCK I ; Price® KeeisoneiUle I Call Bros Garage, or Harris Motor Co V K. C. ENGELHARDT J Cheyenne Wells, Colorado. I V ♦ 1 +- --• ♦ 4 » ♦ « ♦ 4 ■+-»] I Are You 0 | GUILTY . I . —ii—: : ii ~ Xj A FARMER carrying an express package j £p A from a big mail-order house was accosted j fQ by a local dealer, I 60 “Why didn’t you buy that bill of goods from I 66 me? I could have Raved you the express, and bt- j 63 sides you would have been patronizing a home SB store, which helps pay the taxes and builds up 66 this particular locality.” 66 The farmer looked at the dealer a moment and 66 then replied: 66 “Why don’t you patronize your home new«- Xj! paper and advertise? I read it and didn’t know cp that you handled the goods I have here.” ] §3 MORAL- ADVERTISE! t ...VVVllVff. 1 * TT V I HOLLENBAUGH BROTHERS ♦ Agents For ■I H B I ■ I l\ \ | Dodge Bro’s Motor Cars = Repairs ****i*********************.