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THE CIMARRON CITIZEN, CIMARRON, NJEW MEXICO
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1908. aCOLFAX c EW IE PAGE FOUR OUNTY, ;N X I C Q 1 Is the Richest Single County in point of Natural Resources in the United States Compare the following Statistics (taken from Government, Territorial and private Geographical and Hydrographical surveys and reports), with those boasted of by other counties: 1000 Square Miles oí Coal. 1000 Square Miles of Timber. 1,500,000 Acres ot Grazing Lands 1,000,000 Acres of Farming Lands With two feet of Available Flood Waters for each and every acre. 100,000 Acres of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Iron Bearing Mineral Lands. VA L L INCLUDES THE BEST PORTION OF COLFAX COUNTY iStt v THE CIA A R.R O N L4 Y M L-XLXU rr IS IN THE tXACT GEOGRAPHICAL CENTER OF THE CIMARRON VALLEY, where the beautilul Cimarron Canon opens out on to the prairie, and is the most ideal location In the Valley. The Coke, Coal, Ore and Timber nil come down hill to Cimarron, where the Railroads from the mineral districts, the "coal camps and the timber districts center. Below and adjoinining lie the choicest farming lands in the great southwest. TOWN LOTS, 25x140 FEET, RANGE IN PRICE FROM $25.00 TO $250.00. SO FAR AS CAN BE ASCERTAINED, CIMARRON IS THE ONLY TOWN IN THE UNITED STATES THAT HAS NOT FELT THE EFFECTS OF THE PANIC. ON CIMARRON, NEW MEXICO. THE CITIZEN Published livery Wednesday by ; GEO. E. REMLEY. Local and Personal J. R." Littrell has boon spending a few days on the old home- raneh near Col fax.' ', S. N. P.rewcr made a short business trip to Springer and return last Thursday. Rev. R. A, Morley. of Las Vegas, has left Cimarron after a few. days' visit here and in vicinity. Harry Grubbs and "Shorty" Du quette, went fishing last week and brough back a fine string of troait. W. L. Farrell, the acting superin tendent of the Rocky Mountain road, was in Cimarron last Friday evening. A great deal of complaint has been made about the polluting of the Cim arron river and the Ponil creel; by the mining and saw mill operators on both streams. I. I!. Wliitakor, of the Rocky Moun tain News Service, has been spend ing n well earned vacation back east, visiting his wife and relatives in Ma son City, Iowa. "Tex" McKcan, who last year play first base with the Dawson team, is here in Cimarron' working. "Tex" is still able to manipulate the init with as great success as ever. Miss Miriam Lilis, who has just completed a most successful year as principal of the Cimarron schools, left last Friday morning for Denver, where she will stay for some time. About the first of the year, Miss Fi lis expects to go to Chicago, to study art. NOTICE. !Mi-s Belle Livingston has returned fif.m Tiinidad, where she has been visiting the Misses King for a week or so. J. J. Brick, the genial mow keeper for the St. I.., R. M. & P. railroad, spent two or three days in Rtiton last week on business. The two "Picture Men" who have horn taking scenes in and around Cimarron for the past two weeks, have left for Raton. ,Mrs. Rockhold and baby, from Ra ton, spent a few days in Cinuirron at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peden. The Alpers Fxprcss have Tiren un loading a car load of household goods for Geo. F. Remley. which was ship ped down from Iowa, j. Miss Mercy Collins, lias again re turned to her position with the Cim arron d.umber Co., after a long vaca tion spent on a ranch. Last Friday, afternoon, about a Thousand head 'of cattle were driven ilrroiigb Cimarron from the McCnr uiiek ranch on, their way lo Rmoii. Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of May, loo-S, in accordance with Section jii. Irrigation Law of too;. H. M. Letts of Koehler, County of Colfax, Territory of New Mexico, made application to the Territorial Lngineer of New Mexico for a per mit to appropriate from the Public Waters of the Terri'.nry of New Mex ico. Such appropriation is to be made from Crow Creek and its tributaries at points S. 60 degrees V. jXio feel from N. K. Cor. Section jS, Twp., jo, N. R. 2i K. liy means of diversion of llood waters Son sec. ft. and storage of l5,to ac. ft. at each filling and 800 en. ft. per sec. is to be -conveyed to points in sees. .?8, ,i,t, .1-1. Twp. jo. N. R. .'. F.; sees. 3, 4. 8, 1), 10, 13, i is, ni, 17, 18. 10, .'o, 1. 2J, 23, -. 5. ' -V. -8. XI. 34. ami 36. Twp. S. X. R. j l'.. líy means of three ditches and there used for irrigation and domes tic use. The Territorial Knginccr will take this application up for consideration on the 8lh day of July, 1Q08, and all persons who may oppose the granting of the above application must file their objections with the Territorial Fngineer on or before that date. VI'RNON L. SULLIVAN. Territorial Engineer. ( First Published in Citizen. June 3,1 A NEW COAL MINE' NEAR TRINIDAD STARTED Senal .r lla:vl,i and Fugciiia Garcia have open. t a new mine about a quarter of a i,... south of JeflVves, on the I'. F. I. Co. laud. They are wotkin,; tin- I'm F wile va in, and are retailing tile coal ni i In city at ÍJ 73 per tun of scn-i-u coal and ÍJ .'." for run of nnm . The coal 1-, clean and li is boiler llian other coal celling for f.t.oo per (on. "in time of peace pre pare lor war" and in -uuuuer pie pare for untie r Slorc your coal while it i- cheap, a-, the pre-ent price is liable lo ra'-r .luriue the while,' months. Subscribe- for the Cimarron Cili- zen. The best weekly in the county. BASE BALL RESULTS Western League. N" gam.-- !t team- traveling. National League. Al I'.o-ton - !',,.,.t n j, v Yolk o. At 'in. -in nal 'ineimlali ,í. St Louis '. .-.i'1 ml ,;.tn, : Cincinnati 11 Si. Louis I. At I'.rooUvii lb. ,.,1,1,11 I, Phila delphia . At Chic- ( Ilia.. .;., i,, Pilt,b,ir.. American League.. At J'hiladelpi.i Philadelphia 6 Washington 1. At St. Loin-.--Si. I., mi- f. I'hicagoo At Detroit I le'roii 1, Cleveland o íC'x jk rmms fftftt itiillLm tn-'tvii Q j 11 iWÉiil nn6iiMr STE COMPANY "" " TWO UMPIRES FOR EACH LEAGUE Pueblo. J ni.e I. -I M in-ei -s of tin I iilnrai'o Stale te i"i:e and ifiat. i gel's of tin- teanis. met here tonight in an iinporiam -csioii Much of lile time was devoted to lile nnipire liMestiuit and 1 v a iin.dlv decided t" I. ave two umpires 1,1 each t ivv it. al low iug ahei nalion-. . A number i,f t,,v,iw over the state were dc.-irous of seeiiriug informa (ion as to the mi lliod of procedure in order lo enter ike !( ne. It vv.i decided to as-urc ;.l u a team-, pro teelt'iii rcrarding (heir player- .-!ioti!d they con.-etit to the rules of tin league. Tlie piolecti-m of the organ izatioti was extended to Grand Junc tion, wlio-c manager was pre-ent and expres.etl -ati-laelioti at the terili-offered. WIFE DEAD, OLD MAN REFUSES TO EAT ANY FOOD Philadelphia, Pa., May 30. Having virtually -i:ivei! himself lo dea'! It be cause oí a delusion which had haunt ed him ,a'l of his nearly forty year if married life, Harry Spahn, 50 xeais old. 1117 Gerntantown avenue, is dead at the Philadelphia hospital. The story of tlté hallucinations which gradually diove him to his own doom was told hv Harry Cole man of the rear of 1117 Gi-rmantovvn avenue, who tried in vain to a t the pari of the good Samaritan lo the aged man. Two months ago, Spahn, who had at erne time been a barber, he said ap plied to him for a position. The lat ter had known him several years be fore, knew also of the recent death of lite man's wife, and gave him a job in -his -hop. Almost immediately he began lo act in a 'picer manner. He rcfu-c'l to cat. He admitted being hungry, but -aid that it was inipo sibh' Id eat food that had not been cooked by his wife, as that had 1 hi en his eusioiii- fur almost foity 1 years. Later he said that il was not I si) necessary dial the food be cooked Miv Hie !íe I. Ill lleil lie leul I been hungry for so many day that !he food placed before him was not iof .sufficient epiantily to satisfy his J hunger. . When Colman was unable (o i;ive iliiiu die supply which he demanded, Spahn refii-'ed in take any food what ever. This method he followed until he became -o weak that Colman was finally compelled to senil for Dr. Re becca ( 'orn-chit, pliy-iciau lo the poor. She ordered the removal of Spahn to the Philadelphia ho-pilal. When Spahn was admitled to the iii-titution he looked mote like a walk ing skeleton than a human being. To add lo tin- man's weakne-s he wa -foiiin! lo be in the advanced stages of Itibereuiosi-,. Al the hospital when he was offer ed a piale of beefsteak he insisted thai he inihl have a whole plater of meat. When, to humor him and lo get him to eat in ordi r to save hi lii'e, this was done, the deluded man msi-tcd on having a whole side oí beef, according lo the phy-ieian. His ileal li occurred fifteen hovjr afler he was admitted to the hospital. The old man staled al (he hospital thai he had bien walkin!' the streets for ten days without food or shelter when he wa- finally tikin to the hospital. The physicians, however, rega OPEN AND READY FOR BUSINESS All kinds of Second Hand Furni ture bought and sold. Furniture and Tinware neatly and promptly repaired. Boot and Shoe Repair Shop in connection. H Block South of Pool Room New Singer Sewing Machines, Singer Machine Oil and Needles Always On Hand. Shoes Repaired While You Wait L. V. MANN, Proprietor rd the statement as a delusion. ft WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS BONDED WHISKEY a SPECIALTY LEGAL TENDER BAR. HARRY K. GRUBBS, Proprietor IWMOl'S BI'liW LISKU ItKKIi COOR'S GOLDEN BEER YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED V. M. GOODEN SELLS OUT TO KANSAS MAN Trinidad, Colo., (Special) June. '. M. Ciooden yclerday closed a deal wilh F. J. llammett of Hutchin son, Kan., for his Xorth Commercial -trcet store. The new owner as si'iiicd charge al once, Mr. (iooden has not yet announced bis plans. The new owner is experienced in hand ling sporting goods and will increase the present elaborate supply. He is an enthlisiaslic golfi-l and brought with him a small supply of clubs ami balls and will increase the stock at "mee. He will al-o carry a full line ot tennis goods. Mr. Ilummctt is a brother of Mrs. C. II, Paul, wife of the manager of the gas and electric, supply company. Yon enjoyed reading this issue, why can't we send it to you regularly. We aim to give you a pood, paper every week. So come in and sub scribe.