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Cheyenne Wells record. (Cheyenne Wells, Cheyenne County, Colo.) 1???-1969, December 28, 1922, Image 5

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"■^^entl[Jnderwear:-
"'■ffinc New Government
Jer«ear purchased by
jR"f fo the public direct
Actual retail val
iH'T.ach all sizes, shirts
3O to 44 send
“■Lisizes. Pay postman on
or send us money
J^Kr , lf underwear is not
we will refund
W promptly upon request.
Pilgrim Woolen Co.
Broadway. New York^
bushels
M Durham spring
A l ““quire of B. H. Har
tjHJ 1, q 40-3tp.
praind for hides.
pHgk }1 25 to S 3 for narrow.
M neat the Farmer's store
thas. J. Mitchek
Hobart M. Cable
K cheap VV. VV. Milhnan
K, 39 or 125 41 3tp
■i:Church Notes
m School 10:00 a m.
iHjng -11:00 a m.
—7:3o p m.
gif m. P Dixon, Pastor.
BsOMxIE IMT id
jHcUX, SuBOI'ON AND ElEO
■ TBICIAN
■ ear, NOSE & THROAT
■ GENERAL SURGERY
H Phone No. 12.
paper,
makes money,
makes hanks,
make loans,
’i nke poverty,
■uvnty makes tags,
Hhu> does "ie wor d rotate. ,
Hreit no objection to a man ]
his own horn, hut it’s j
Hie he a'ways selects that .
■ us tired.
Dr. a. J. Kaufmann
SANITARIUM |
Mist Regina Landtrud, R. N., Su.it.
STRICTLY ETHICAL INSTITUTION
major surgery of all kinds
No eontitpotiß, or tuborlocus patients accepted
For rates and infoimat’on apply to Miss Lundsrud, Supt.
lEYENNE WKLLS. COLOR A I*o
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S >C K BATTERY
An Underpriced k
Battery |
The CW Battery ti>!
(Wood Separator) has f;s
quality plates, selected *?[V ,
cedar wood separators. ?v
B ui>t right, of all new, f:«
high-grade materials. 6-volt fro
Easily the best low- XI-pinto ijji
Weed battery you can o>l nr\ R$
b »y> slb./U M
Sites to fit all cars. Other sizes nt 2?M
slightly higher ££§2
price. &H
battery service co |f
At D & M Motor Co., Garage ||
Cheyenne Well*, . . Colorado &JJ
Representing 1|
mllard Batteries p
(THREADED rubber insulation) M
«nd % Batteries 1 '
(WOOD SEPARATORS) '
jj
I Is Just Around the Comer |
And we wish to thank you for |
| §§§§ amount of business 8B
IH| given us in the past year. Our Ip §£>
Sow motto is, and always will be, to gljj|
|| “Satisfy Our Customers” || |
§|j We will appreciate any amount
2gas of business you can give us dur- g| ;
8g» ing the coming year. ||| ||
§s3 Wishing you a happy and prosp- ** ©
erous New Year, we are, fl
jjj Yours for service,
| the Cheyenne Wells Co-Op. mer. co |
.ggSTPra wau nsaoMM
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$ Gmnd Detour Disc Harrows |
I for Use with Tractors I
|H jd
v. V/e recommend this disc harrow to all tractor rjl
h nac?K. it is built by the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Mj
I Co. in their big plow factories, an assurance of up to jl,
0 fl o tc design, the best of construction and high gradu
Ij materials. Hi
W The operator from hb position on the tractor cos* rj;
I i fly controls the angling of both front and rear sec- H;
i . lion* by means of a single lever. P;
Each section oscillates independently, which pre- rj
|; rents undue stiain should a section pass over a stump H
I or stone. U
1 r; C» and Detour harrows are built in 6,7, 8, 9 and 1® M
i j foot widths with 18 or 16 inch discs. £j
m jf ycu want a dependable, well constructed har»
!y roxv , we believe we have the harrow you v/ant. M
I W. IBCLLENBAUGH |
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THE RECORD OFFICE
Has Just Received a New Shipment of
Office Stationery, and We Invite You
to Inspect its Make and Quality
IB •. y
The Cheyenne County State Bank
"THE PIONEER BANK OF- EASTERN COLORADO"
Capital and Surplus
$44,000.00
OFFICERS
J F, Hayes, President H C Nelson, Vice-President
J C Mn.SE. Cashier Jennie F. Ross, Ass’t Cushion
T, P Lenihan, Cashier F .1 Horen, Cashier
A Sure Way
To save money is to put it in a bank. I
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.
M!iJjiimn’.riVA»:»; f ayi»,y-j»i»TOrrpnraiiiiuiio amn——j— ,mmm
Cast Your Lot With A Good Insti
tution, and Begin Right Now!
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NOTICE
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. KETCHAM, Manager.
CHEYENNE WELLS PHONE 79 OLORADO
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. I U !U.'lSl" '-iU—-—! ■■ J
I FRESH FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES
Hlild'.B ■roMMWWCCWMjBgfIHMMWgWMggI—p»
Can be found at all times at the
Liberty Market
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Tractor School
Ksssoss CSSy, »&>.» <Sam3ssty «tS» to xatb
Learn Homo a Limited Number of Men
Can Attend Absolutely Free!
After five years of tremendous success, the Advance-Rumely
Tractor School has become almost a national institution. We
are urging you to attend, because “knowing your tractor"
means more profitable operation, fewer delays, and work
done on lime.
The school course is divided into two parts—classroom
and laboratory. In the classroom, experts explain the prin
ciples back of CilPull Tractors, Rumely Ideal Threshers,
Rumely Trucks, etc. In the laboratory, you tear down and
assemble motors and transmissions; learn to time valves,
locate and correct trouble, etc. You learn operation and
mechanism —by working on each port yourself. You get,
in one short week, a broad, intensive training such as you
could get in no other way.
By means of a co-operative arrangement between our firm
and the Advance-Rumely Thresher Company, we are permitted
to send absolutely free, a limited number of men. Transporta
tion expenses, equipment, instruction, entertainment, board,
room and every legitimate expense is paid.
Entrance requirements are extremely simple. Ask us to
explain them. But quick action is necessary. Call, telephone
or write us for details.
MARTIN-WEIBLEN
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