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WEDNESDAY, JULY aa, 1908.
CIMARRON CITIZEN, CIMARRON, NEW MEXICO. PAGE FIVE YOUNG GOULD OFF 1 FOR MINER'S LIFE New ; York, July 21. Kingdon Gould, the second son of George Jay Gould, will discard the appur- Kindling Wood ' $1.50 Per Load Big: Measure Prompt Delivery C. H. Coulter Leave orders at Livrans Hardware Store or Post Office. tenances of wealth today - when he leaves for a trip for study in the mining camps of the west. . He will discard his valet and his town clothes for corduroys and hobnail boots. "This is not a hunting trip, he said, "and I shall be hard at it until the opening of the School of Mines. I do not know all our objective points, but Professor Kemp of Co- tttmKIa miíJir will acrnmnanv me. does. ' We will study in most of the o P Dmoooo ? was despondent 0 Western camps; that is, Goldfield, OillCUCl KjII) UU3IUW3 ill-neaitn ana because- fonopah, and Cripple Creek. rULrDLU i TO ISICjP o 00000000000000000 O DESPONDENT: SUICIDES O O O O o o o BISHOP POTTER AGAIN AT DOOR OF DEATH rilivitv - I . . rwy 5 1 O family refused to sympathize Men rrOIMSe 10 AlU O with her, telling her that she V. m - 10 did not aooear to dc hi. n Dlülc mguwdy nana, o s La Junta, July 21. Mrs. Nellie Langdon, aged 27, wife of Frank Langdon, the fore man of the "J. J." ranch, com mitted suicide this afternoon by shooting -herself in the O head with a 22-caliber rifle. O Death was instantaneous. The O O woman was despondent over O the ü O O o BASE BALL RESULTS Western League. At Lincoln: Lincoln I, Denver 2. Second game: Lincoln 5, Denver 2. At Sioux City: Sioux City 4, Pue blo 3- At Des Moines: DesMoines 6, Omaha 5. Tonoerstown. N. Y.. July 21. Henrv C. Potter, who has 0 believed that she was par- O O tially demented. She is sur- O O vived by her husband and O Pueblo Tulv 21. At a special w three children. i-ueDio, juiy 1. ni a y nnnnnntnnnnnaaaaa I f .1 I ) l, 1 1 UICC luuuuwwwwwww-w-ww - - . .... i meetine 01 ine tucuiu been critically ill at nis sumían - . , ... ..11 Men s Association held here tonight, home here tor several weens, is sun . ..,.; .ti ir. T:..d assurance was given representatives 111 a serious condition. He passed . :,, n ... , . L, tf jltrom inniuau aim i-as miii . a fairly comfortable night, but today il .,f:-o11,r tin hancri. in J " " .c w H.-w...-.., blo would aid in the effort that is his condtion from yesterday. work 'on th Colorado State Highway. I he resolutions drawn up by Arthur C. Jackson, president of the National Good Roads Congress which pen- 0 SLIGHTLY HURT IN FALL FROM TRAIN National League. At St., Louis:, - St. Louis 2, New York 4; Second game: St. Louis 3, New York 1. At Pittsburg: Pittsburg 2, Brook lyn o. At Chicago: Chicago 0, Boston 5 At Cincinnati: Cincinnati 2, Phil adelphia 3. American League. At Boston: Boston 2, St. Louis I I Zbt Oxford dotel ft tion the chief executive of the state v); i vi ft Furnace Heat Throtighotrt. Hot and Cold Baths, Fitst-Class Cafe Connected to exercise his powers in issuing murirpnrv warrants in the sum of , e i.ooo were endorsed was also given that Pueblo would cAnri rpni-cspntatives to Denver to Trinidad, Colo., July 22 Special- While traveling with her parents frnm Denver to Dounlass. Arizona, ; sum oi l three.year.0id giri fcii from the Assurance ... . o ,,tl,i,ni1,i r s. passenger train Monday night near Barela while the train was running use their influence in the matter. at a sieed o thjrty m,es an hour Trinidad was represented by Senator am, e ed with slight injuries. The Lastmero uareia anu .uy ..B..... frantjc motller saw the ch,lH as t If Tnn1.cn.. lff 9r ipr in I the dav for Colorado Denver to arrange meetings similar f tVi nni tnnicht. Mavor West, W I - ' o - who was present at the meeting, was heartily in favor -of the resolutions her r 111 cttrt r1ic-innoarf.il thrnllcll the win- Springs and . . 0.r,llh.I tlle heii ror,e. The news was flashed through the tram which was stopped and backed up to where the child lay, everyone expect m 3r -of the resolutions . .. . . . . . . . escaDcd adopted by the Trinidad Chamber of . , . . . fr,rrllrp,i rn. Cnmmerce and promised whatever assistance within his power. Second game: Boston 3, St. Louis2. At Philadelphia: Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 2. At New York: New York 3, Chicago 6. Second game: New York 6. Chicago 3- At Washington: Washington I, Detroit 4. SENATOR CLARK'S WIFE IS ABLE TO JOIN HIM rhiVaim. Tulv 21. United States Senator Clarence Clark was cheered yesterday by the arrival of his wife from Evanston. Wyó. Mrs. Clark has just recovered from a serious ill ness and had been out of the hospi tal only one day when her husband was stricken with nervous prostra tion last Friday. Arrangements were made last night for the senator to make the journey to his Wyoming home the latter part of the week. M rs. A. H. Carey :Mm. ARKELL, Managei: Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. RENOWNED A. B. C. BEER ON TAP COURT ENJOINS NEGROES WEARING lar bone. A physician at Folsom at tended the injured child and the fam ilv continued their tourney, The names of the family were not reported to the local office here in the account of the accident, ELK'S SYMBOLS ministeVyhbo New York. July 21. Supreme Court Tudire Morschauer at White ii W. B. KEliSBnen, Proprietor BY BOLT FROM SKY Colorado Springs, July 21. Rev. ...... , . 4i, Ijaiiics m.iicy, Mjiui ji '" 1 :111m Tonav iiieu ins uuii"-ii in . . , . , , t i , , tian cintren, was renuercu uuluh siut brought by the Benevolent and I . afternoon Protective Order -of Elks for an in- - wUh a junction restraining the improved " of ai WM on Cameron's Cone Benevolent and Protective Uruer oil fcl, Hc s suffcrinK t-lks oi tne vvoria, coinpuscu ui GENERAL HARDWARE Cutlery, Ammunition, Tinware. Graniteware, Majestic Range?, Sanitary Plumbing Si Heating, TIN SHOP 112 N. Second Sí. Haton. N M. i IM1II nmMrm J groes, from using "any name or title similar or identical to the former or dcr." Justice Morschauscr grants the injunction asked for. from the shock but will recover. WINE', ÜQUOR.S and CIGARS BONDED WHISKEY a SPECIALTY LEGAL TENDER BAR. HARRY K. GR.UBBS. Proprietor FAMOUS BUDWEISEK BEEtt COOR'S GOLDEN BEER FLEET DELIGHTS EXILED LEPERS INSURED AGAINST THE BLACK HAND Norman Wilkins FIRE INSURANCE CIMARRON, NEW MEMICO YOUR PAIRONAGE SOLICITED Wagons Buggies Farming Implements We Sell the Famous McCormck Harvesters, Rakes, Mowers and Bnders Molne Plows and Implements Peter Schuttler wagons , General Blacksmthng NORMAN WILKINS New York, July 21. A new form r,f frp.nk insurance rccentlv issued n 1..1.. T.,r or TIia Knltlpollin 1... T 1 ,1.. r.t T ntiilnn "Rl.u k- 1 LUIIUIU1U, JUi; i. A.i ...... .-..-r yy iUUn KJ Í t.v-lUJV..., . - Minnesota will remain behind when Hand" insurance, which has recently ihi rpst nf the fleet sails for Austra- hoon taken out bv leaseholders in lia, awaiting tffe mail for the fleet Uew York in the district where dy which will arrive on the Virginia. hamite outrages have been most frc I The crew of the Nebraska, officers oucnt. for the reason that ordinary A and men, have passed the baccterio- fjre insurance is no protection I lUildi vAttuiiiiuiivii - i ay tllllV uai"f,v ..v... - -i tinc restrictions. The ship is also jt s sai( that "Black Hand policies released. Nine suspects were trans- have recently been taken out to cov fercd to the ship Relief. Ur a number of the Astor tenement A letter received from Brother house properties 111 New ork. . .. . Uutton at tne leper scmemeiu, un the island of Molokai, expresses the thanks of the unfortunate residents on the islands for the opportunity given them to view the fleet as it Dassed on the way here The missive is addressed to Ad miral Sperry and Governor Frear and savs that the inherent patriotism in the inmates o the hospital lias heen broucht to the 'surface and that ii..., olnto TTnrlo Sam verv affec tionately. "Our people are growing Chicago, July 21. -Nearly iwu u-.... ..:.,, . I n Sam" score oassentrcrs on me luicjb" ucuii ai.i"ciiin..j ...... ... 1 i - . .... ... 1 T-l 1 titur.J tlilC says the letter, "and better satisfied íugm rairu.w tu. ...j"- . a : ' mnrninir in a. co lisión ui-ittttii to DC rvincricans. i o - in ns which were running at ii:e rate of forty miles an ID yptf wsfflt GOOD E? M A I WRECK; 40 HURT towstnaent: THEN CALL AT THE NEW TOWN OF CO F A X fyvmhr & fíefí. . . . pftAlNTERS and IdksAomf work solicited. Special attention paid to Country Orders. WILLIAMS, STAR MIN STREL, HAS VANISHED Des Moines. July 21. "Billy" Wil liams, the former star minstrel, dis appeared from his family last week and his wife says he has become de mented. Mrs. Williams and three small children live here. They lack th necessities of life and the young est child is ill. Since early Saturday Williams has been missing, and since then the wife has searched for him when the ill child could be left with his little brothers. . Mrs. Wililams declares that her husband's troubles and trials have made him a complete wreck and that he has wandered off. Williams recently has been engag ed in religious work in this city. IDAHO TOWN HAS $300,000 BLAZE Lewiston, Idaho,. July 21. A fire yesterday destroyed the business Ku-tinn of Cottonwood, entailing a loss of $.?oo,ooo. This is the second fire to destroy the place within thir teen months. hour, near Aurora Several of the persons injured in the wreck may die. They are now being cared for at St. Charles and other hospitals in Aurora, all of which have had their capacity taxed isnce trains carrying the injured be gan to arrive shortly after the wreck occurred. The failure of the motorman to obey orders is said to have caused the wreck. According to the story told by victims, a train leaving Elgin this morning on its way to Aurora failed to stop at a switch four miles nnrth of the citv. This train was bound for Aurora when a train going to Elgin from that city turned a curve and came head-on into it. Both cars were going at high speed and a terrific crash was the result. Both coaches were thrown partly from the track and were telescoped. Few of the passengers on board escaped injuries of some kind. Many of those hurt were women, who com posed about one-half of the passengers. "W man reoorted as fatally m- inrid i Louis Gretenvoccrt. George Tames, county attorney ot Kane county, sustained a broken leg. AND SEE ME. I HAVE 100 choice lots FOR SALE. PRICE LOW TERMS MOST REASONABLE E. A. LITTRELL, Agent COLFAX, NEW MEXICO H ENRY LIVRAN General Hardware Paints, :: Oils and :: Varnishes HARNESS Harness V Repairing CANVAS AND SPORTING GOODS Two Doors East of Post Office. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmgjummMmMmmmmimmmam