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Cheyenne Wells record. (Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne County, Colo.) 1???-1969, March 09, 1922, Image 10

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shrink and made for service. . . . • fB
68 Best overalls 220 Denum . $1.45 . Mens good all-leather shoes . $2.25
Jo Work shirts, heavy giade . . 95 Cotton gloves best grade, 2 prs .25
gR Heavy, long wearing socks, two pairs for 25cts £8
We always have our prices below catalogue prices
KOENIG’S SQUARE DEAL CASH STORE §
L. GUTHRIE, Mgr. g
Cheyenne Wells - - Burlington - Limon |g
Colorado
TRY THE RECORD ADVERTISING
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We Are
Coming
flMimi WEtUjMOOBP.
J. W. Shy left for Stratford,
Texas, last Friday in answer to a
message stating that his sister
was again in very poor liealtl).
Mrs. Matt Ludwig returned
home last Sunday morning from
Sharon Springs where she had
been on account of her mother's
illness.
John Mag-wire and wife return
ed to Cheyenne Wells the latter
part of last week from Newman
Grove, Nebr., where they have
been residing for the past three
years. No place like home.
G H. Kitzke was a Cheyenne
Wells visitor Monday afternoon
from hi 3 home north of Arapahoe
and while in town dropped into
the Record office and had his
name place on our list.
The Valore Hardware company
received this week for their trade
a car load of new style Titans
and P. & O. plows. Read their
adv on another page and see
what they have to say about them.
Ward Ripley departed last
Monday evening for Olathe,
Kansas, where he intends to
spend several months on a visit.
‘‘Dad” expected to start Sunday
but the young blizzard bluffed
him out.
W. A. Scott arrived in our city
last Thursday afternoon from
Campus, Kansas, bringing with
him a car load of stock and farm
ing machinery and has moved |
same to bis farm north of town I
which be recently purchased j
from Hank Lowery.
Mrs. 0. S ondrow returned!
home the latter part of last week I
from Denver whither she has
been for the last three months
on account of her health. Her
many friends here are pleased to
see her at home again and to
know she is feeling better.
Notice of Adjustment Day
Estate of Tosten Durby. Deceased.
Ail persons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present them for adjustment to
the County Court cf Cheyenne County, Colorado,
ontho SOth day of March. A. D. 1928.
Feb 9 fit - Nellie P. Durby
Public Trustee’s Sale
WHEREAS, L. V. Hudson and J. H. Owen,
whose address is Cheyenne Walls, Colorado,
grantors by their Trust Deed, dated December 3lst
1918. and recorded March Ist. 1919. Lithe office of
the Clerk and Recorder, of Cheyenne County. Colo*
rado, in Book 40. at Pact 418. of tho Records of
said County, conveyed to the Public Trustee of said
County, the following land in said County, 10-wk:
The S M of the N ,4 and tho S W H of Section 16.
in Township 14 South of Range 45 West of the
Sixth Principal Meridian in trust to secure the pay*
ment of one principal note of oven date wAh
said Trust Deed for 66.009 00 payable to tho order
of Albert L. Tushorn, three years after date with
interest thereon from date at the rate of Eight per
cent, per annum payable semi-annually.
AND WHEREAS, daiauit has been made by the
said grantors in said Trust Dead in tho performance
of tho covenants and conditions imposed upon them
by the terms of said Trust Dead In this, to-wit:
That said grantors have failed to pay said prin
cipal note whan due.
AND WHEREAS. Tho egai holder of the indebt
edness represented by said not# has filed with said
Public Trustee notice and demand in writing, de
claring said default and electing to declare the
whole debt represented by said notes and Interest
thereon to date of sal# duo and payable, and de
manding the sale of said land under said Trust
Deed.
NOW THEREFORE. Public Notice is hereby
given that, pursuant to said notice, election and de
mand. and under and by virtue of tho authority
vested in me by said Trust Deed and the law. L R-
A. Rost. Public Trustee of said Cheyenne County,
will sell the above described land for cash, at public
auction to the highest bidder, at the South front
door of the County Court House, at Chevenne Wells,
in the ( 'ounty of Cheyenne, and State of Colorado,
on Monday, the Thirteenth day of March, A. D.
1922. at 10 o.clock in the forenoon for the purpose
of paving said note, interest to date of sale,
attorney fees, and the expense of this sale, and
will give to tho purchaser thereof a certificate cf
purchase therefor as provided by law.
Elated February 2, 1922.
R. A. PFOST.
Public Trustee of Cheyenne County.
First cubtication Feb. 9.1922.
Last publication Mar 9. 1922.
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Rialto Theatre
- Programs Worth While -
THUUSDAY MARCH 0
Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeHaven in “The Girl In The Taxi” a six
reel comedy drama that will entertain you from start to finish
SATURDAY, MARCH U
Eileen Percy in “The Land of Jazz"
A five reel feature, full of peppy entertainment and some fun
Added—“A Handy Husband” a one reel comedy, also Pox New*
SUNDAY-MONDAY MARCH 12-13
Charles Ray in “Scrap Iron”
His best and biggest prize fight picture—a six reeler. A triumph
of drama, comedy and unforgetable action.
WEDNESDAY-THCRSDAY MARCH 15-1(1
Tom Mix in “The Road Demon”
An automobile picture, five reels. You’ve seen Mix riding bucking
bronchos and in the shoot-em-up kind, but you’ve never seen him
in anything that beats this for speed. Added—A Toonervill*
comedy, two reels.
Coming March 19, Harold Lloyd in “Get Out and Get Under”
22, Special cast in “The Old Nest” which is Rupert
Hughes’ heart-gripping story of home
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8 Capital *100,000.00 8
O 628 Symes Building, Denver, Colorado 8
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Grain, Seeds, Flour and Feed Bought and Sold
Will buy and load on track at Arapahoe, First View, and
Arena, at any time. Highest prices paid and a square dea
to all at all times.
Always have a good supply of Flour and Feed on hand
Cheyenne Wells Elevator
H. S. KETC HAM, Manager.
CHEYENNE WELLS PHONE 79 COLORADO
lAdvance-Rumley Thresher Company §
O. L. NELSON, Agent 8
Watch For Place of Business 8
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jj I Invite You To Call On Me - Cheyenne Welisjj
* LAND S “
e buy and sell laiads in Cheyenne
md Kiowa counties, Colorado, also in
Greeley and Wallace counties Kansas.
We are always in the market for a good piece
>f land at the right price.
NISPEL LAND CO
CHEYENNE WELLS. COLO

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