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WEDNESDAY, JULY aa, 1908..
CIMARRON CITIZEN, CIMARRON, NEW MEXICO PAGE THREE COLEA X ; C O UNTY, NEW IE X I C O - : : .... - . T' 3 nAmm -amm iiiiiiiiiiiii ' , ii nil 1 111111 ii'iii'iiiiH mi 5 ray Is the Richest Sing in point of Natural Resources in the United States Compare the following Statistics (taken from Government, Territorial and private Geographical and Hydrographlcal surveys and reports), with those boasted of by other counties: 1000 Square Miles oí Coal. 1000 Square Miles of Timber. 1,500,000 Acres ol 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. THE GIMA R R O N VALLE Y. INCLUDES THE BEST PORTION OF COLFAX COUNTY lo&' V f -r- i ij di IS IN THE LXACT GEOGRAPHICAL CENTER OF THE CIMARRON VALLEY, wliere the beautiful Cimarron Cano opens out on to the prairie, and Is the most ; Ideal location in the Valley. The Coke, Coal, Ore and Timber all 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. c MARRON TOWNS!! CIMARRON, NEW MEXICO. CO PANY ire THE CITIZEN Published Every Wednesday by GEO. E. REMLEY. Local and Personal Hon. Chas. A. Spiess, of Las Ve gas, passed through Cimarron last week. ' Mrs. C. B. Kohlhousen, of Raton, arrived in Cimarron for a visit of a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Willcnstein, of Koehler, spent a few day9.here .in Cimarron last week. . The directors of the Rocky Moun tain Supply Co., met in Cimarron last week for the transaction of business. Work on the new building which Mr. A. C. Cox is erecting to house his new bawling alley has been pro gressing very rapidly. Hon. Frank Springer, of Las Ve gas, spent a few days in Cimarron on a combined business trip. While here, he visited the new summer re sort at Ute Park. Mr. and Mrs. Alvey, of Tucumcari, who are camping out in the moun tains, were in Cimarron for a day or so purchasing supplies for. their camp. Mr. Alvey was formerly con nected with the Tucum'cari News. Mr. Parker N. Black, of Elizabeth town, spent last Thursday and Friday morning in Cimarron. Mr. Black was bound for Raton', where he was to join a party of railroad officials and capitalists on a trip in their pri vate car to Denver, v Mr. Lawrence Morrissey, who has just graduated from the College of Law in the State University of Iowa, spent a few days in Cimdrron visit ing Geo. E. Rctnley. 'Air. Morrissey is making a tour, throughout the Southwest looking for a good loca tion for the practice of la iv. FRIENDS CHOSE HI S WIFE Anderson, Ind., July 20. Judge McClure today granted the petition of Amos Heagy, aged Si years, for divorce from his wife Sairah, who is nine years his junior. " The aged applicant stated that he lived fifty-four years with his first wife. Two years ago he marred his present wife upon the recommenda tion of two women friends whom he trusted to select him a mate. "I got a tough hen,' was the old man's description of his new mate. The couple ha lived in the same house, but in separate roomis, and have not spoken to each other for months. ELIZABETHTOWN (Special Correspondent) Miss Annie Lowrey is visiting Miss Maud Cannon in Red River City, being one of a week-end party. Tbe'Misses McGarrey, of Trinidad, arc guests of Miss Maggie Gallagher at the lower end of the valley. Miss McGarvey is a finished musician of much merit. . The young people of the commun ity gave Miss Maggie Gallagher a surprise party Saturday night. It was one of the good times for which Elizabethtown is noted. It is to be hoped that these occasions may oc cur more frequently. Mr. Wm. Mclntire, general man ager of Mt. Baldy 'Deep Tunnel M. & M. Co., received a severe electric shock Monday. It occurred while opening a wire gate during a rain storm. The shock was so great that it picked Mr. Mclntire up and threw him upon his head to the ground. His lower limbs and back are badly affected, the former being still numb. These wire gates are truly danger ous in times of electrical storms and one should be cautious in opening them. This particular gate will re main open for awhile if Mr. Mclntire has the closing of it. . MAN'S KINDNESS ILL REPAID Glassboro,- N.' J., July 20. Kind hearted John McGinnis gave a stray iat welcome to his home, fed it, and petted it. Two hours later the cat went mad and there was pandemon ium in the McGinnis household. The cat erfused to leave or be captured, but chased around the house at an automobile pace until there was no room for the family, who were ter ror stricken at the thought of hydro phobia. Chairs, tables, dishes, and bric-a-brac sought the common level of the floor, and when finally the cat was killed the house looked as if a tornado had entered it. LIVES PAY FORMES Two Successful Exe cutions in N. Y. Elec tric Chair; Both Crimes Atrocious. Ossining, T. Y., July 20. Charles Henry Rogers, the murderer of Fred and Willis OIney and Alice Inger ick, and Angelo Lauredio, who shot Banker Don Michele d'Ambras to death, were put to death in the elec tric chair today. Rogers was the first to go to the chair at 5:54 o'clock. He was ac companied by Chaplain Jones. Lauredio followed at 6:10 o'clock, accompanied by Fathers Mahoncy and Benedicto. The two men spent a restless night and were closely watched by the guards. When led from their cells to the death chamber they seemed resigned and walked erect to the chair. Each man in turn was accompan ied by his spiritual adviser. Only the legal number of witnes ses were present at the execution. The apparatus attached to the chair was carefully tested several hours before the men were put . to death, and it was in perfect working order. The executions were con ducted without a hitch. The crimes for .which Charles Henry Rogers and Angelo Lauredio today paid the law's penalty were of unusual brutality. The crime by Rogers was one of the most atrocious murders ever committed in this state. Rogers was convicted and sentenced to dea'h for the triple murder of Fred and Willis OIney and Alice Inger ick, a little girl, at Howell's Station, near Goshen, N. Y., in October, 1905. At the same time he made a murder ous attack upon Mrs. Ingerick, the mother of Alice. After the murder he fled to the west and was gone a year and a half before a letter written by him to his brother in Middlcton led to his capture. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O MURDERED AND ROBBED O Las Animas, July 20. Wi ley W. Lindsey, a young man who lived in a lonely cabin on the Kleet ranch near Caddoa, was murdered sometime dur ing last night by unknown as sassins. The dead body, with a bullet through the heart was found this morning by Rich ard Kleet, the owner of the ranch. The bullet had enter ed tlic heart and passed out of the shoulder. The room was in a state of disorder, the young man's trunk had been riiled and the walls were spat tered with blood, indicating that 1 terrible struggle had taken place. Robbery is be lieved to have been the motive for the crime. Sheriff John Kuber took charge of the body and is working on the case. Lindsey came here from Ran toul, 111., where his parents re- after the other, from the heat, with in a period of three days. The heat of the last few days made all of them ill. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MURDER SEQUEL TO REVOLUTION Pueblo, July 20. The inquest over the remains of one Merino, the Mex ican who was killed Friday in a sa loon fight by Donato Tctr, known as Dan Tate, was begun this afternoon. Merino was said to be a Mexican revolutionist, who escaped across the border recently. It is expected the inquest will show some connection between Merino and the Mexican revolutionists and the quarrel with Tate. It is claimed that Merino as saulted him with a razor and a rock, after a slight quarrel over some triv ial matter. TRIPLETS DIE, ONE AFTER THE OTHER, IN SCORCHING GOTHAM New York, July 20. Out in Lu theran cemetery, in Newton, Queens borough, Adolph Liepold's compan ions are digging three graves and this afternoon that number of small, white coffins will be lowered into the graves side by side. The coffins will contain the bodies of - Lictiold's three children, triplets, who died, oen EX-CONVICT CAPTURED W'lli.ims Ariz., July 20. With a pistol pressed to his abdomen by Ranger II. li. Woods, Frank Sher lock, alias Charles Illy, recognized as a convict who rode away from the N'cw Mexico penitentiary upon the warden's horse eleven years ago, ex claimed: "Guess you got me kid," and quietly surrendered. He was delivered into the custody of Captain Christmau of the New Mexico penitentiary at seven o'clock last night and immediately started on a four year sentence for horse stealing. , Sherlock was betrayed by a fellow convict whom he discharged from a position .with the Grand Canon Lime & Cement company at Nelson, Ariz.. where Sherlock had taken a con tract. Sherlock was a real Jean Valjcan. Since his escape he has lived an exemplary life. For eight years he has been deputy sheriff of Mojave county, and in that time has run down many desperate criminals. He is a dead shot, and led a posse that followed Murderer Jim Kinney through the Death Valley seven years ago. Kinney had murdered another deputy sheriff of 'Mojave county. The posse reached Rakers- field two days after Kinney had kill ed two officers there and had been killed himself in a desperate fight. Sherlock for four years was live stock inspector of Mojave county. DIAMONDS IN HER CHEESE. Bloomfield, N. J., July 20. Fritz Webir sold it cents worth of cheese to a woman customer today. A few hours later the woman returned to the store and asked Weber if he had lost a diamond ring. lie replied that he had not, for he never owned one. The woman then produced a ring set with three glistening gems, which she said she had found imbedded in the cheese he had sold her. She was happy when told that the grocer did not own her find, which, she said, would enable her to take a needed vacation. It is believed the ring, which is valued at $1,000 was dropped into the cheese at the factory. Weber could not be induced to .rrive the name of his lucky woman customer. ST. LOUIS, ROCKY MOUNTAIN and PACIFIC CO. PASSENGER SCHEDULE In Effect June 28th, 1908 N. M 10:00 a.m. lv. n Molnrs N. M. nrr. S:30 p.m 12:45 p. m. nrr. I Union, .1:30 p; til. lv. I Freston, Koehler, Colfax 4.15 p.m. 4:45 p.m. )5:50 p.m. 6:.VS p.m. 7,00 p.m, 7:45 p.m. lv. ?:M nrr. 12:25 p.m p.m. ll:40a.m. 11:05 a.m. $10:15 a.m. nrr. ( Cimarron, N.M. t lv. 9 2.1 a.m. lv, ( jarr. 7.50 a. m I'te Park 7:00 a. Connects with E. P. & S. W. Ry. train No 124, arriv ing in Dawson, N. Mm 6:15 p. m. ) Connects with E. P. & 8. W. Ry. train No. 123, leav ing Dawson, N. M. 9:55. Stage for Van llouten, N-M., meets trains at Pr es ton, N. M. Cimarron, N. M., is depot for the following points in New Mexico: Black Lakes, Ocate, Rayado, Aurora and Red Lakes. Ute Park, N. M.. is depot for fol lowing points in New Mexico: Ar royo Seco, Arroyo Hondo, Baldy, Black Lakes, Cerro, Elizabethtown, Lobo, Qucsta, Ranches de Taos, Red River City, Taos and Twining. W. A. Gorman, Gen. Pass. Agt., Raton, N. M.