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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1098.
THE CIMARRON CITIZEN, CIMARRON. NEW MEXICO PAGE THREE I rt -Oxford: Eókl I Furnace Heat Thr otíghoct. FIKST CLASS CAFE CONNECTED & viz y & Oafw Bar... Finest Wines, Líqtíors and Cigars. RENOWNED A. B. POOLER KEHSBUen, Proprietors -..i. . 'ftiSJS HENRY NOTARY PUBLIC and Office With CIMARRON TOWNSITE CO. Norm an Wi I ki ns FIRE INSURANCE ' ; CIMARRON, ST. LOUIS, ROCKY MOUNTAIN & PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY PASSENGER SCHEDULE In Effect April íst Train No. 2. Lv. Cimarron . 9:40 a.m. " Cerrososo . 9:58 a.m. " Colfax 10:20 am. " Ko'lerTc IO:55a.m. jvoierjc 1 H:I5 a mj " Kothler.... 11:05 a.m. " Preston... . n:35 a.m. " Clifton H. .11:52 a.m. Ar. Raton 12:10 p.m WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS LEGAL TENDER BAR. HARRY K. C RAJ DBS, Proprietor COOR'S GOLDEN BEER FORTY WAITERS BURIED IN TENEMENT HOUSE COLLAPSE FROM EXPLOSJON London, Apn! (J. Two old tene ment houses in Castle street collapsed early this morning as the result, it is Hot and Cold Baths. 0 C. BEER ON TAP u ftfcCstl.''"'"" "" STEEN FIRE INSURANCE NEW MEMICO Wclis-Fargo Express Train No-1. Lv. Raton " Clifton H.. " Preston " Ko'lerjc. " Koehler " Colfax '' Cerrososo.. Ar. Cimarron... 4:00 p.m. 4:17 o.m. 4:35 p.m. 4:50 p.m 5:10 p.m 5:00 p.m. 5:40 p.m. 6:05 p.m 6:20 p.m. BONDED WHISKEY a SPECIALTY ' YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED i 1 supposed of a gas explosion. It is believed that forty people. mostly German waiters, are buried in the debris. At 6 o'clock four dead and twenty injured persons had been re moved from the ruins. 4'- O O 4' f3 ' ir-'' 1 LEAGUE IS FORMED (Continued from Page One) another extended trip through Colo rado and -New Mexico, possibly even further. The team will be called the Colfarf County Team, and the differ ent Commercial Clubs, Boosters Clubs, etc., throughout the icounty have signified their willingness to make the second trip a big trade ex tension trip. If the plans turn out correctly, a special train will be char tered, and as many Colfax county business men as possible will be tak en along. This will be a great thing for Colfax county and the manage ment. Albuquerque-has been having big trade extension excursions, and there is no reason why Colfax county, as a county, cannot .get up something that will make the county known all over tnc country as well. We need people here and it is for this purpose that the trip is being planned. The Citizen h informed that about five tons of advertising material will be distributed along the route of the train, and that it is expected that ov er two hundred people wilf take the trip with the team. With brass bands a good ball team and even a hundred enthusiastic Colfax county people on tlie trip, Colfax , county should be heard from before the end of the trip. In picking the all-star team, the players will be chosen because of their ability regardless of where they are froini All little differences will be laid aside and Colfax county will have the best team that it is possible to get out in the west. In order to give each town in the league a fair chance, it has been decided that the league will have a corps of regular umpires, and that when two teams play balj, the umpire will be chosen from another town other than the two playing the game. BUILT STORE IN ONE DAY L.W. MANN HAS STORE BUILD ING ERECTED IN ONE DAY. WILL RUN SHOE SHOP. Cimarron fÍA'ejit" to ;ei ne'day last , vrck. Siul tle. -nxf, evening . saw a jbuil.iiifg complcfed ' in pktce '' 1iVrc I there had been no building the day before.. Contractor, Cherry put a big j force of men to work on the structure land rushed the job th rough to com iplctlpn hi twelve working hours. That is going so::v. and speaks well for enterprise. The new building was ceded for Mx. I.. V. Mann, who will put in a j first class shoe shop "in Cimarron, ídr. 'Mann states that he will handle i alt kinds of work, and that his shop will be first class in every respect, 'lie expects to have everything ready : for businefs within a day or so. In .connection with his shoe shop, he I will run a second hand store. GRANT'S OLD COOK REQUIRED TO GIVE UP WAR REVOLVER Wayne, Mich.,' April 6. John Fur-j ling , .vho was General Grant's cook ; during he civil war, has had to stir- ! render his much loved revolver which has always .been an inseparable part of Ns equipment. The f'-J ict.ok was convicted of threatening to shoot John Hopple for crossing his lot. It took the jiiry only a few minutes to find a verdict, but the work of the trial was in the effort to secure, a jury. Out of the tiiirty talesmen called, twenty-four admitted prejudice on tht ground that Furling had at one time or another threatened to shoot them. So great was the interest in the trial that business in he village was sus pended during the progress of the case. RIOTS FOLLOW LISBON ELECTIONS Lisbon, April 6. The elections here yesterday, which were conducted peacefully with the exception of mi nor disorders in some of the disaf fected districts, ,were followed last night by serious rioting, which was only put down by most vigorous ac tion o lithe part of the police and troops. The rioting broke out in dif ferent parts of the citw, as though by a preconcerted plan. Troops, which had been patrolling and others that had been held in reserve, were imme diately ordered into action, and they repeatedly chargd the mob that in places filled the streets but without effect. The rioters ' used clubs, stones and whatever weapons were at hand, and finally the troops were ob liged to fire upon them, killing and wounding a number, t v " 00 U 0) u 3 O Ñ o u TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO Office of the Secretary. -INCORPORATION CERTIFI CATE. I, Nathan Jaffa, ' Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was filed for record in this office at Nine o'clock A. M., on the Third day of April, A. D. 1908 ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION OF CIMARRON BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION, (No. 5407-); Wherefore, The corporators named in the said articles and who have signed the same, and their successors and assigns, are hereby declared to bi from this date until the Third day of April, Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Eight, a Corporation by the name and for the purposes set forth in said articles. Given under my hand and the Great' Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, at the City of Santa Fe, the Capital, on this Third day of April, A.D. 1908. NATHAN JAFFA. Secretary of New Mexico. TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. , ' 1 ' Office of the Secretary. CERTIFICATE OF COMPARISON I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was filed for record in this office at Nine o'clock A. M., on the Third day of April, A. D. 1908, ARTICLES OF INCORPORA TION OF CIMARRON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. (No. 5407); and also, that I have compared the i following copy of the same, with the original thereof now on file, and de clare it to be a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof. Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, at the City of Santa Fe, the Capital, on this 3rd day of April, A. t). 1908. NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary of New Mexico. KNOW ALL MEN I'.V THESE PRESENTS, that we, S. E. Pelphrey, Ira Duckworth, Frederic Whitney, Norman Wilkins, Wm. .Marling, C.H. Colgrove, F. W. Barlow, J. O. Roger.--. J. J. I'rick, Wm. L. Rupert. Ern est II. Fisher, Chas. Springer, II. K. jGrubbs. R. J. Ogilvie and A. C. Cox. all residents of the city of Cimarron, County of Colfax and Territory of Xew Mexico, and citizen's of the LTni Ited States of America, by virtue and ! under the provisions of those sec tions of chapter two () of Title five (S of the Compiled 'Laws. of. 1907 of the Territory of New Mexico relating to Building and Loan Associations, and also by virtue and under the pro visions of chapter seventy-two (72) if the acts oí the Legislative Assent bly of the Territory of New Mexico in the year 1S09, and by virtue and under such 'icti or provisions as are amendatory or supplementary there to, (JiJ hereby form ourselves and our associates together as a body cor porate under the name and style of "The Cimarron Building & Loan As sociation," and do hereby declare as follows: First: The name- of the corpora tion shall be the "Cimarron Build-in.-i & Loan Association." Second: The principal pjace ot business of said corporation shall he Cimarron, Colfax County, and Ter ritory of New Mexico, and the name of the agent therein and in charge thereof, and upon whom process may be served is George E. Remley. Thi.d: The amount of the capital stpek of said corporation authorized, shall be five hundred thousand dol lars ($500,000) divided into twenty five hundred shares (,500) of the par value of two hundred dollars ($joo.oo) each. Fourth: The number of shares of the capital stock now subscribed for is two hundred (200), and there has been paid in for each share so sub scribed for, an entrance fee of twenty-five cents ($0.25), which shall not apply as an installment on said stock. The names of such subscribers and the number of shares taken by each are as follows; to-wit: Frederic Whitney 25 shares Norman Wilkins 10 shares Wm. Marling 25 shares F. W. Barlow 5 shares J. J. Iírick S shares Ernest II. Fisher 10 shares H. K. Grubbs 5 shares S. E. Tclphrey ...10 shares Ira Duckworth 25 shares C. If. Colgrove 25 shares I. O. Rogers 10 shares Wm. L. Rupert 5 shares Chas. Sprinfter Í5 shares R. J. Ogilvie to shares A. C. Cox 5 shares Sixth: Said corporation shall con tinue its corporate ' existence for a period of forty years. Seventh: Said corporation is formed for the purpose of accumulat ing, by co-operation, borrowing or otherwise, a fund to be loaned to its members for thn purpose of purchas ing, erecting, repairing and improv ing buildings of all kinds, and the laud upon which paid buildings are situated or to be situated; to pur chase, leas'c, acquire br otherwise take over real property; to construct, re-construct, alter and repair, houses, business blocks, buildings, shops, and structures of all kinds; to lease, mortgage, sell, convey and otherwise dispose of the sjime, and generally to uo an sucn acts as arc proper aim in cident to the conducting of the busi ness of! a liuilding & Loan Associa tion operating under and in accord with the existing laws of the Terri tory of New Mexico. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this day of March, A. D., 1908. Signed: (Seal) S. E. PELPHREY,', (Seal A. C COX, (Seal) NORMAN WILKINS, (Seal) V. W. BARLOW, (Seal) CHARLES SPRINGER, (Seal) ICR NEST H. FISHER, (Seal) R. J. OGILVIE, (Seal) ' W. I.. RUPERT. (Seal) WM. MARLING, (Seal) IRA DUCKWORTH. (Seal) J. O. ROGERS, (Seal)' J. J. BRICK, (Seal) II. K. GRUBBS. (Seal) C. H. COLGROVE. (Seal) FREDERIC WHITNEY, Territory of New Mexico) )ss County of Colfax ) r ti,; ,... .1.,.. r ir.....!, a nr vii mis ,isi uuy ill ivi.iiiii, A. 1908, before me, Notary Public in and for said County and Territory, personally appeared Frederic Whit ney, S. E. Pelphrey, Norman Wilkins, Ira Duckworth, Wm. 'Marling, C. 11. Colgrove. F. V. Barlow, J O. Rog ers, J. J. Brick, Wm. L. Rupert, Ern est II. Fisher, Chas. Springer, H. K. Grubbs, R. J. Ogilvie and A. C. Cox, to mc personally known to be the identical persons whose names are subscribed to the. foregoing articles of incorporation, and each for him self acknowledged his signature and the execution ,of said articles to be his free act and deed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set my hand and notarial seal tht. day and year last above written. (Signed) HENRY STEEN, (Seal) Notary Public. My Commission expires February '20th. 1912. Endorsed: No.' 5407. Cor. lec'd. Vol. 5, l'.ijic 5J4. Articles of Incor poration, of Cimarron Building & Loan Association. Filed in office of Secretary of New Mexico. April 1908, 9 a. 111. NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary. Compared M to O BLIND FOLD BASE BALL HYPNOTIST ALLEN MAKES SUBJECT PLAY BALL AND TOOL BLIND FOLDLD. Last Friday and Saturday evenings, Cimarron witnessed the hypnotic powers of Prof. Allen, who came here from Dawson un a tour of New Mexico. I'roi. í .'111 is a liyino' is' of no small t:ti. and some oí lis perform ances a' .v ,uile awe inspiring. Per haps his must wonderful performance i:; that of hypnotizing his subjects and then having them play a ;;.nn? rf ball blind folded. There is b olutc ly no chance of this being a fake, lv- cause til" bandages aie put on I y the audience, and the subjects are then told to play baseball. Even while completely blind fidded, they played uite a creditable game of bal!. How it was done the Citizen does not at tempt to say, but in thier hypnotic condition, they evidently saw the ball as it was thrown up to them. The catcher had no difficulty in locating the horse F.iJe as it was pitched, nor did the batter find more than the or dinary trouble in hitting the spheroid. ffer the free and open air exhibition on the streets, the subjects were tak-s e.i to the Brewer Poo Hall and play ed a game of pool blind folded. Here too they played the game as if they were able to sée everything that went On. Prof. Allen had a very small crowd at his Friday evening performance, "nut Saturday night, the attendance was very much better. After the show, those present indulged in a dance, and a good time was enjoyed by nil. ; CONTRACT IS LET. The Citizen is informed . that the contract for the rebuilding and re modeling of the building on Ninth and Washington, purchased by the Crocker Mercantile Co., has been let to J.iM. Pritchctt. The work of re pairing will be pushed through with . all possible dispatch, and it will lie but a short time before the company will.be in its new quarters.'