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Cheyenne Wells record. (Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne County, Colo.) 1???-1969, December 14, 1922, Image 4

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;; AERMOTOR :
|; WIND MILLS :
and
■' Accmoms 1
; : Alao handle pipe and cat* :
I ! inf, do general repair work '
: : PHIL HOLLANDER •
Tractor
i WORK
' PLOWING DISCING ;
BREAKING
: SCEOINO ft THRESHING !
My prices are right
Sea or Write
O. B. FRY
| FIRST VIEW. COLORADO ;
! In the completion of that !
New Home
Do not neglect your
i Plastering
' I can and will do your work j
in a satisfactory way—
see
BERT HERRICK
I South of Fleming Filling Stat’n
A. H. Brentfinger ;
Embalmer and
Funeral Director
COMPLETE STOCK
HEARSE SERVICE
Licensed in Colorado
• Cheyenne Wells, • Colorado !j!
:: WELL DRILLING !
; ♦♦+»»♦♦♦»+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ;
!; If you are in need of a well :
!: See me. Satisfaction Guar* :
anteed
:: W. T. Haney :
! I Cheyenne Wells Colo. ;
I Join H»ltan4«c Sura Hollandar ,
i HOLLANDER BROS i
■: Well Drillers :
; See ua if you want a good I
; well drilled. Prices right; •
| work guaranteed. Address <
Hollander Brothers
! Cheyenne Weils, Colorado !
, HiHiimoiiHiiniiin
i A. P. Tone Wilson, Jr. |
: : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i
' <
; Practice la Stats and Federal ;
' Courts
Praetlea Before D. 8. Land Office '
Telephone No. B1
! BURLINGTON, - - COLO \

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:Ceme r) t J
Work t
| AH work dona in a work- j
: manahlpmanner. Tour i
I patronage kindly aoikitad ?
[ H.SCHUBER |
j Christmas will soon be here and now is the time to do your Christmas
| shopping while our assortment is complete. Useful gifts or e
I grown-ups and toys and games for the children
1 KIDDIE CARS. RIDE-AWAYS. DOLL BUGGIES, CARTS, WAGONS, DOLLS! DOLLS!! DOLLS!!!
I MECHANICAL TOYS, GAME BOARDS, CHECKERS, DOMINOES, STATIONERY
g FLATIRONS, AND A HUNDRED OTHER KINDS TO SELECT FROM
I FINE LINE OF STATIONERY AND FANCY TOWELS AND TOWEL
S FANCY ARTICLES SETS, NECKTIES, CAPS, SHIRTS,
J SUPPORTERS, GLOVES, HOSE!,
I AND THE BEST AND LARGEST
| CHRISTMAS CANDIES and NUTS
1 ja LINE OF HANDKERCHIEFS IN
I CHRISTMAS TREES AND ALL LUNC
i KINDS OF DECORATIONS CHEYENNE COUNTY
I At the Store That Can Supply
8 M Your Wants
1 lURTIS & SON ffp
2 ■ The Store That Can Supply Any Of Your Wants j H
1 \ Clieyenne Wells. - - Colorado j |__ _
ALL MODEL FORDS REDUCED
$5O. 00
MO OTHER manufacturer in the
world has so persistantly
maintained such high stand
;■ ard of quality and so determinedly
: kept the prices down. So when you
: buy Ford products you will enjoy
> not only the satisfaction of having
; made the right choice but of having
| SAVED MONEY BESIDES
: Following are the prices, F. 0. B. Factory:—
Roadster - $269.00
Touring - - $298.00
Coope - - - $530.00
Sedan - - $595.00
Chassis - $235.00
Truck . . . $380.00
1 saasaa ».■■■-■ ■
| When your car needs repairing, see
us. We have a fully equipped
shop and expert mechanics; all
work, including machine work
and welding, fully guaranteed.
D & M MOTOR CO
Open Day and Night
CHEYENNE WELLS, - -- COLORADO
offlsytwwt wttia uoOM
. ... .
Dr. a. J. Kaufmann
| SANITARIUM |
Miu Regina Landsrud, R. N., Su t.
STRICTLY ETHICAL INSTITUTION
MAJOR SURGERY OK ALL KINDS
No contapous, or tuberlocus patients accepted
For rates and informat'on apply to Miss Landsrud, Supt.
CHEYENNE WELLS, COLORADO
Eastern Colorado Growing
Tentative estimates made bv
'he State Immigration depart
nipnt, based upon reports of
-minty assessors and other data,
ilaee the present population of
('nlotado at approximately 992,
000, compared with 939,620 re
ported by the federal census
bureau for January 1, 1920 The
increase apparently has been
larger in the city of Denver than
in any other section of the state
Reports of the municipal watei
company and of the telephone
and gas and light companies show
large if creases here in the num
burof service connections mad
in the past two years, the result
of an extensive building cam
paign. Somewhat similar reports
are received from other larg.
cities in the state, hut in none
them has the increase been m
pronounced as in Denver. Ii
some of the larger cities in the
agricultural districts unfavorable
conditions affecting farming and
stockraising have had a tendency
to retard municipal developments
to some extent.
There has been a steady but
slow increase in population in the
non-irrigated sections of eastern
Colorado in the past three years,
though a few local districts that
have suffered crop failures have
'ess land under cultivation now
than they did four years ago and
have lost somewhat in farm pop.
ulation. The most notable in
creases in farm population since
1920 apparently have been in
south-eastern part of the state.
in Baca, Las Animas, Kiowa
Cheyenna and some adjoinitu
counties Agricultural develop
ment according to assessors’ re
ports has been more rapid ii
these counties than elsewhere it
the state, hut not so rapid as
during the two or three
immediately proceeding the last
federal census rep >rt.
Arapahoe Church Services
Sunday school at 10 a.m
PreahinRat 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m.
Public worship All arc welcome.
Rev. Evan Thomas pastor.
M. E. Church Notes
Sunday School —10:00 a m.
Preaching 11:00 a m
Prtachinir -.7:30 p m.
M. P Dixon, Pastor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
uepartmeut of the Interior
U. S. Land Office. Pueblo. Colo., Dec. 9th. 1922
Notice is hereby given that August P, Pelt*, of
rirst View. Colorado, who on September 23. 1919.
made Homestead entry, Hugo. 018001. Pueblo
Serial No 044984. for Lots 7. 8. 9. 10. or NWU
Section 33 Township 13 S. Range 46 W. Slsth
Principal Meridian, has fllea notice of intention to
make final three year proof to establish claim to the
land above described, before the Clerk of the r 1st
riot Court at Cheyenne Wells. Colorado, on the 24th
day of January. 1923
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. H. Holtman. of First View. Colo; Ben Brown.
Cheyenne Wells Colo; O G Calvert. Arena. Colo..
*nd E. M. Liscom. First View. Colorado
E Sisson. Register
J. W. Shy, of the local Board
of County Commissioners, re
presented Cheyenne county at a
meeting of Road District No.
Five, which was held at Hugo
the first of this week. 'I he meet
ing was for the purpose of dis
cussing methods of road building
and reviewing the work done the
Past year in this district.
■ME WEUSKG
"• OOLDSWOUTHY.
BUBaCHI^TIONS|^ TMI
ADVERTISING
mCAT.OH f o! , *>
MICKIE SAYS
H. B. Davis made a hn.J
trip to Lamar the latter pad
last week.
Mrs. G. K. Gwathroey U
been quite ill during the J
week at her home. 1
Quite a change in the «eu
conditions here this week, ill
wave being in progress ittH
time. 1
D. H. Zuck departed (hell
of the week for Omaha, Ned
where he was callsd on la
business. 1
Henry Sebade returned I
Cheyenne Wells Saturday of iJ
week from a business trip I
Bloomfield, Nebr. I
Mrs. H. L. Bogert wised
to El Dorado, Kans., the fintl
the week on account of the I
ness of her daughter. I
B. B. Mason came dotnM
Kit Carson last Tuesday en«l
to attend a meetmgofthfMdi
Woodmen of America I
Mrs. J. P. Cahill returned J
iroin Omaha, Nebr., last Fridl
morning whither she had M
or sevtral weeks on a visit I
Mrs. S P. Godsmanandd®
ren of Burlingion, spent
days in our city this week <1
visit to the formers sister, H
F. E. Mille r . I
Radio “Bugs” are gettinj
be a common thing in this If
town now a-days, only this'J
we have heard of
(ions being made in honm|
nur city. I
Mrs J. W. Dorney, disk]
Mr. and Mrs. G. K
of Hoxie, Kans., arrivedmUJ
enne Wells the latter
week on a visit with her
and many friends in this wj
Don’t loose sight of
that tliere is someone
peels a surprise from! J
Christmas morning. R J
the nice advertiseni®n :!■
oaper showing . vou just*®"*
purchase that gift _ . J
Two fine wells of
been struck in tte
rthevenne Wells:
■lavs, one for jjß
of this city and
Ludwig north of here.
was done by J B ' l6 ' * I
Hollander. J
Geo L. Wilkinson,
er, devil well
cheese” of tj l *
Record, was united
Sunday. m
Catherine Parker.
make their hom«
where the happv
built a nice
paper extends •» “V, jM
our congratulation! ■
their troubles beIHW «

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