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A A. 0. HOOVER ((F.N KRAI. BLAOKHMITHtNO Hora hoeing a specialty Tit the shoe to Ike root, not tea foot to tea shoe. Straw Hats nn r iwon Thoit. Vi dnrk FINE VALLEY RANCH Miss Mary I lie, Saturday From 15c Up AT MATKIN'S EVERYTHING READY-TO-WEAR FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS AT Livran Hardware Company Cimarrea the first of the week. Fred .amber, returned Saturday ven ían (rom Raton where he ha been spend ing the last twn week at court. Mrs. Mai Hock returned Monday from Trinidad where she went two week ago to have an operation performed Gao. H. Webeter. Jr., left Tuesday for Clayton and other int eat ol there for the purpose of purchasing rattle. J. I I'rorter returned Wednesday even ing from Koy where he had been spending several day on business matters. Chas. K Harris of Raton, waa at the Urraca ranch the first of the week putting up a gasoline engine to be used for ptimp- i W. i.. I-arris, I'ete Koytal and Kred Koybal came down from lie Hark last night on business and to attend the dance ! tonight. J. E Ches worth and taraiiy moved to i ' the Roberts sawmill a few days ago where he has been employed to erect some new I buildings. ' A twenty-round boxing contest between 1 Al Smauiding of Clayton and Henry Petto 1 I of Dawson will lake place in Central Park : theater. Trinidad, on Saturday evening, April 29th. Geo. H. Webster, r.. returned Thurs day from l-olsom where he purchased sev en hundred head of two-year-olds to add to adI to his fine herd of cattle on the Ur raca ranch. "Bunny" Alpers has fitted up bachelors quarter in the new ht, ildmg erected by the waterworks company in old town. It is rumored thai he will quit baching some W. A. Brooke kas resigned his position here with the Rockv Mountain a chief ! riera and left for Douglas. Amona, where lag law another position. R QsMtrfl has 1 been promoted to till the vacancy caused by Mr. Hrontce'a resignation Mrs. CP. Matkia returned Saturday evening from a trip to the east, where she went to purchase new spring goods for the Matkin Shoe A Clothing Co. They will put in a large stock of piece good in ronnecttnn with their resdy-to-wear clothing A large arch will he cut in the wall between the building now occ upied by them, and the one used by the church and they will occupy both buildings They will also fit ap a room in the rear of the building as a real-room" for their cus tomers Everything tending to the com fort of their patrons can be had in this room and it will he a great convenience for their out of town customers. NEW MELTON HOTEL ! X MaU. LEACH. Proprietress IVI1TT1IKO NEW FAMILY TaVADB SOLICITED Sixteen To Pen Six Sent To Jail Sunday School Convention May 7th (Continued from Br The convention ol the schools ol Colfax countv held at the church Sunday, May 7th. Mendel on store. Upon recom mendation of the district attorney (be court fixed the sentence at not less than 12 nor more than 14 years ; X Sunday 1 in the penitentiary, snd uspraded ! will be sentence during good bavior, re in Cimarron, quiring this young man to report A large crowd ; etrery three months to the district is expected to he in attendance. A attorney. large crowd is expected to be ;n at- j Jos Casimiro Montoya, the con tendance. A good program has ! stb, who shot " killed Jacobo been prepared on subjects that will Casados in East Raton on the night admit of much discussion and those o' March 18 last and who the jury attending will be able to learn i íound uUy of voluntary man- t e Ladies and Gents Clothes Cleaned Dyed and Pressed at MATKIN'S much Horn ditfere.it speakers. fhe Frcgram is as follows: 10:30 a. m. 1 Opening Song! : Prayer. Object Lessons -Model class con 1 ducted by Miami teachers. by H. G. Frankenburger. for general discussion. Open FOR Carpets, Linoleums, 1 Rugs, Et c, Book an Cases, .1 me on Cimarron Furniture Co. General l urniture Dealers lime in June. C. L. Pollard of bspanola. was in the city Friday on business. He baa a large general merchandise store at that place and says thai the outlook lor business this summer is good. G. B. Crow returned Tuesday from IJonel where he has been for some The Baraca ClaBS, its possibilities, time visaing his sister, who has been very ' sick. Mrs. JacKsoa is improving fast and ia expected to be expected to be out in a short time. J. B. Bidwell of K-lown. is in the city today visiting friends. Mr. Bidwell is I heavily interested in mioing properties and has recently purchased the Hilton mines on the Hio Hondo. A short lime : ago he sold his interest in the Frasier j mines for a flood price. J. H Olendening, proprietor of the Grand hotel, left Wednesday morning for points in the eastern part of the Territory and ; will be gone several days. C. N. Shafer. ; a newcomer from Hutchinson, Kansas, has charge of the business daring Mr. Clen- deniag's absence. slaughter, the penalty tor which : offense is not less than 1 nor more j than 10 years, was sentenced by the court to not less than 1 nor 'more than 5 ears. Mr. J. Leahy 1 counsel for Montoya, gave notice of an appeal to the supreme court ; and the court 'fixed the appeal bond at $4,000. I J. F. FOR SALE A fine ranch on one of the most beautiful and fertile Valleys of the Rocky Mountains, consisting of about 2500 acres of land. Good water rights for several hundred acres, about 2,000 acres tillable, bal d.uue fine graimg land. Will cut 200 to 300 tons of meadow hay per annum, worth $15 per ton. Land not under irrigation will grow all kinds of small grains, potatoes, garden truck, etc. Rainfall about 30 inches. Crossed by two per manent mountain streams of pure water. Good hunting and fishing. 12 miles from railroad station. Railroad sur veyed through ranch and will likely build in near future. Would make an ideal farm and ranch home for one desiring such, and would be a very profitable one. It is also an excellent proposition to cut inte . small tracts and sell out to farmers. Same kind of lands adjoining are selling at $20 per acre without water right. Will sell cheap within the next 60 days. If you are interested write S. M. Wharton, care Cimarron News, Cimarron, New Mexico. Eppler, another check The Bir Boy and how to deal with rtist. wno ior checW ior 55. i him. hv Miami sneaker. Cener- i ws K've" not than 2 nor more ml discussion. by Got It In the Neck. NOW IS THE TIME How is Your Fishing Tackle? The telephone company have just issued their new directory for Cimarron. We were invited to call at the exchange Thurs day to get one. and when it waa handed to us it loosed as though this printing com- (.any had been handed a lemon. We had just a law days before, been asked to call and pay the tint month's bill for the new phone we had put in. the bill was paid. Hut. shadea of Suears, Sawbuck A Co . this directory had the imprint of a printing company in a neighlsiring city on it, and was covered with ads from the same town. This office could have done the printing. ' and we are paying for a phone too, but we were not even asked to bid on the job. But maybe we ilidn I boost enough. . We noticed several of these directories that had the ads cut off, and asked one business man why it waa done. ' he said that he did not want to pay nut money to advertise anothei town. I 3: CO to I t JO Free Basket Dinner for All Convene at 1:30. Round Table, 1:30 to 2:15, led C. G. Waters. How to capture the adult student, by Miami leader. Open for dis cussion. Some things the Sunday school has accomplished and what it is do ing today, by Dr. Masten. Open for discussion. . Some things a girls' class can do, led by Miami speaker. Open for discussion. Business meeting. Benediction. Has Foot Crashed Off -Katun, N. M . A deaf and dumb Mexi can, whose identity has not yet been dis covered, bad bis foot mashed 10 a pulp yesterday morning by train No. 4, presum ably done while attempting to alight from the blind bagage in the lower yards The man was found about five o'clock in his suffering condition and was promptly re moved to the Miners' hospital, where med ical attendance waa given. Papers found on the man indicate that be in at least deaf and dumb and perhaps does not un derstand English to any great extent. His condition is extremely uoforunate. 1 than 3 years. Frank Nichols (colored) guilty ; of assault with a rifle, received not i less than 1 nor more than 3 years. Florencio Martinez, alias Hilario Sanchez, a young man about 35 ! years old, found guilty ol aiding a prisoner to escape from the Cimar ron jail, received not less than 1 nor more than a years in the peni tentiary. O. C. Watson, who is about 55 years of age, and who resided in Raton for the past six months. engaged in the occupation of paint- j er, and who plead guilty to uttering 1 a lalse check on a hank in which he had no funds, upon recommen dation of the district attorney, was : sentenced to the county jail for 3 months and fíned Í100 and costs. Just prior to the adjournment of j the court, Fritz Espig, charged I with larceny of cattle, was brought into court by Sheriff Hixenbatigh, i and plead not guilty to the charge. He was remanded to the county ' jail without bail. The oourt stat ing that Espig had forfeited a bail bond, and that he would not grant hurt bail on the present charge. I FOR RENT. Antlers hotel. Hesl hotel and best loca tion in Cimarron. Address Mrs. .. A. Curtis, Cimarron, New Mexico. ALL THE LATEST Books, Papers and Magazines, FINE Candies and Stationery The Cimarron Drug & Stationery Company ANTLERS HOTEL Z. A. CURTIS, PROP. Fully modern, rate $2.50 a day, special rates to regular boarders, close to business center First Class Service Guaranteed Look it ready. the notion denly and over and get You know that comes sud that you do . not have time to look around for new tackle. We take a great deal of pride in our stock ol uniting tackle. We would like to show you and invite yuu to come and inspect Uiis line, and assuic you thru yuu will not be ex pected to buy simply becuuse you look. To get your PAINT and VARNISH for spring. We have some of the BEST on the MARKET An Evening of Fun. A "Who's Who'' party will be .ven Iba church Tuesday, April 5 liverybod) come disguised. The ptincipal features i will be guessing "who's who," for which there will be a prize, and refreshments. Gingerbread will be eaten for the dispo sition and buttermilk drunk tor the torn pie x ion. Everybody invited. CIMARRON HDW. CO. THE "DIAMOND EDGE STORE ALPER'S EXPRESS All Kinds of Freight and Express deliver ed. Quick service, prices reasonable. 1 1 KA I MJUARTERS AT OXFORD HOTEL Direct Vote for Senators Wash1nKt1.11, 1). I," , April 14 repre sentative Hani wick of t.eorgia. today in iroiluced a bill providing for the disfran chisement ol all negroea. He pi iposes thai the following amendment to the 000- stitulion be submitted to ibe legislatures i for ratification: "That the fourteenth amendment m the constitution of the Unit ed States he and the same is hereby re- ! pealed." The House of Representatives by a vole of o 10 ib. patee! late yesterday the Kucker resolution proposing aconatiiution al amendment for the direct election ol 1 United States senators. This is the first ' of the democratic program measures i passed by the House It went through without modification and with a speed that brought protesta from the republicana. Am now booking orders for eggs from rishel Strain White Kocks and Hlue Kib bon winners of S. C. Hrown Leghorns. W. H. Hickman IRRIGATED LAND FOR 37 acres, all under fence, been cultivated tare yesca. aerea of alfalfa, lays sue for Irrigation, main part ( bouse ltlidu, story and one-half high, with L 12x24, asking roust bouse, bam 10x25. Flics l0 pe FOR FURTHER INFORMATION INQUIRE AT THE CIMARRON NEWS The Grand Hotel J. P. CLENDENNING, PROP. All outside rooms. Hot and cold baths. Hots is another item that each married man may proudly show to his wife, and even to his bachelor friends: In Milwaukee the past year there were 2.J17 more single 1 men arrested than married men, although , toe married men by far ont number tboae in single harness. Santa k'e New Meiican ) SANITARY THROUGHOUT Regular Meals and Short Orders. Bar Connection. BARBER SHOP IN BUILDING The Troatman Studio mases a special I ty of printing local views. One huudred gel fifty-seven varieties to be seen ami 1 always an sale at the Cimarron lrag A Stationary Co, Half "What is more encouraging than a robin , singing iu Ibe rain?" " A pretty girl who is letting you hold I her bead la a datb corner. When in Gmarron stop at the Grand Block South of Depot CIMARRON, NEW MEXICO \n\n r-;-?