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WEDNESDAY. MARCH it, 1908
THE CIMARRON CITIZEN CIMARRON, NEW MEXICO
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GENERAL REPAIR 'SHOPS , OF TWO RAILROADS
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THE CITIZEN
Published Every Wednesday by
GEO. E. REMLEY.
Local and Personal
Mr. Massay of Denver, Colorado,
was in Cimarron .'for a day on busi
ness. Mrs. Candido Barcia, who has
been seriously ill," is-now recovering
nicely.
Mr. S. P.- Officer has consented to
ii'ce charge of the local editorial
ivork of the Cimarron New and Press-
E. H. Fisher, the townsite engineer,
pent two or three days at Raton and
Trinidad on a. combined business and
pleasure trip.
Robert Sammons, of the Sweet
water, brought in, a ,big consignment j
of lumber from his mills last Thitrrs-j
day. . I
Hunter & Neff, the new firm, of j
painters, have taken the contract to
paint the outside, of G. E.- Remlcy's
house.
Last Thursday's wind played hav
oc with, the", lumber piles in the j
yards of the Continental lie & Uim
bcr Co. y ,
J. O. .Rogers, the manager, of . the
Crocker. Mercantile , company, spent
three or, four days of last week, at
Raton on business.
Harry Rhodes has left for the Bart
lett ranch on the Vermajo, where he
will be engaged in bfiilding some
houses on-the branch.
S. ' E. Pelphrey has returned to
'imarron after an absence of three
ft four days spent '.'in 1 transacting
iusincss at other points. y
,Mr. George Gillespie, one of the
well known' and oldest residents- of
the county, returned to Chico after
a short visit in Cimarron. ,
' " Miss' Tilfie Paulson, who has been
employed "at the Swastika, left the
hotel force, having made other r.r
rangements for the future. ,
Mri Arthur ' Hamilton ' returned
from Wagon Mound to complete hi
affairs here preparatory to taking
:i position at the former place.
MY: "and Mrs Grant -Shahan from
ver, on. the Vermejo, are , rejoicing
over the arrival of . the stork, ,who
presented the proud parents with a
-fintf little-íSom' Mrs. -Shahan has -been
'. at .Ute Park for some time, ataying
at the old Jackson ranch, her old
home.
"Donny'' Donovan, the star first
baseman of last year's champion
learn, is again in Cimarron.
Miss Catherine Larkin and Miss
Caroline Parker have accepted po
sitions with the Swástica Hotel.
.'The Continental Tie & Lumber Co.
has received all the machinery neces
sary for the big box factory, which
they .will operate in the near. future.
E. H. Fisher i and Kcrsy Coe left
last Monday for the new town on
Colfax, where they expected to, spend
a few days surveying.
Mr. Martin Bukovc spent the last
of the week in Raton on business
connected with his new hotel here in
Cimarron called the "Grand."
. E. L. Matthews,' , who has been in
Cimarron for some time, .will spend
the next three or four months near
Albuquerque, where . he has obtaned
a position..
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Foster of the
iaton Range, were visitors in Cimar
on last week on business connected
pith, their paper called the Cimarron
Jews and Press.
Mr. Colt, of the contracting firm
of Colt & Windburn, which is build
ing the big reservoir on the Rayado,
was a business visitor in Cimarron
last Thursday.
Jesse Lowman, a brother of Chas,
-owmr.n of this city, made a short
) sit here last Sunday, returning to
ipringer, where he is in the empley
if the French Land & Irrigation Co.
. Mr. C M. Fox, representing the
Fox Cigar company of Raton, was
in Cimarron on business during the
week. Mr. Fox is very much pleased
with Cimarron and the growth it is
making. ; "; ' '"'"' '" ,
Jack Diamond, tthc nifty .little, short
stop and catcher, of! the' Cimarron
Swastikas of last year, is billed. for
.a twenty round go with Ed. Winters,
the brother' of M.'M. Winters of this
place. The boxing match .will take
place at Raton in the near future..
Mr. Van Dusen of the Raton Elec
;rical Supply Co., has completed .the
Hiring of the residence , of Geo. E.
Remley, and has returned to Raton.
Mr. Van Dusen states that he js very
tiuch pleased with Cimarron and is
prprised at the growth that has.tak
n place within the last year.
. The following Cimarron people
were in attendance at Spriuger on
the 'irrigation" meeting held there
last Saturday: M. M. Chase, M. G.
Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brooks,
G. H. Webster, Frederick Whitney, S.
E.v Pelphrey, Juan Charette, Henry
Steen, 1). B. Cole, E. H. Fisher and
Geo, E. Remley.
Mr. Edward E. Wells of Denver,
Colarodo the genarl state agent for
the New York Board of Underwrit
ers, was' a bcusiness visitor in Cim
arron last Friday. Mr. Wells con
ferred with Mr. . Henry Steen, who
has taken, the. agency for several of
the best .fire insurance companies,
and will In the' future, make the Cim
arron Townsite company's office the
headquarters for his insurance basi-ness.
TAKES POSITION.
Mr, W. B. Williams of Louisana,
has taken a position with, the Cimar
ron Lumber Co., andwill make this
city his home, in the future. , Mr, Wil
liams is an expert in the lumber busi
ness and a member of the noted, or
der of the "Hoo Hoc."
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank the good people
of Cimarron for ' the surprise given
us on last Tuesday evening. We now
wish all to unite with us in having
a good year's work, and to help us
in building all the branches of the
work. We will do all we possibly
can. Can. we depend on you?
frraternally,
' PASTOR.
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Board 'fcy Week or Month
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We Cater to Ladies and Gentlemen
OflLY CHASE & SflSJBCRfi'S FAMOUS
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GEO. E. REMLEY, v
ATTORNEY.AT-LAW
CIMARRON, NEW MEXICO
The regular Sunday services were
holrl at the Methodist EniscODlll
church -last Sunday, the sermon of
the morning being entitled, Life wit it
God," and that of the evening, "Vis
ion of the Christ."
Tho new music books' for the
church orchestra have, now arrived
and the members of the organiza
tion are now busy" learning some new
music for the services which they
intend giving every Sunday evening
in , the future. There will be choir
praclte and orchestra practice every
Friday evening at 7:30.
LEAP-YEAR DANCE.
Las; Saturday evening the ladies
of Cimarron gave leap year dance
to their friends, the event being
held in the halls of the Star Lodge of
the C M. . A. . The ladies showed
themselves to be very competent
"bw," and the evening was thr
oughly enjoyei by jail present,
When in Cimarron stop at the
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THE BEST HOTEL ON THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Rates $3,00 Per Day,
MRS. D. M. SAVAGE, Manager
Try an Ad in the Citizen for Results!
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