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The Cimarron News and Citizen
Published Every Thunder Kntered as second-class mailer September N. M.. under the act of THK 1 imam ALB. R. War Just now every loyal citizen of the stars and stripes is stirred up and the blood is circulating a little faster ovi r the possibilities of war with the republic south of the Rio Grande. It is not the Mexican republic that is lieing brought to toe the mark in answer to the insult of the U. S. tlag, but the individual who is usurping the powers of the afflicted nation, under whose tyranny the Mexicans are suffering. It costs millions of dollars annually to keep a standing army and navy in readiness for war, if war must be; but it costs millions of dollars a day in time of war to keep the men of war on land and water. The insult to our flag by Huerta will cost this country millions not mentioning the killed and those crippled for life. The mobolization of army and navy in the southern waters and along the borders, has but one point in view, that of protecting the rights of American citizens and the placing of an embargo on munitions of war to the Mexican government of both the rebels and federals. War will not be proclaimed against the Mexican government unless this country is forced to so do, and in that event it will be short unless other nations will coincide with her. Side Stepping Governor McDonald has ers; and it was in no other of his own remarks made at the lovefeast of Democrats at Santa Pe, Saturday. At the convention the governor de livered what was termed a "remarkable speech" which was taken down ver batim by a competent reporter of a Santa Fe paper. After reading his own speech in the paper, the gover nor branded them as "grossly his mistake. The chief trouble with the governor is that he makes many statements which he side steps; he cannot be relied upon when he speeks. If this would have been his first offense, the public would overlook it cheerfully; but his actions in the state Reform School matters and a number of others are still fresh in the minds of the people who are not forgetful. The governor in his ambition to play politics is creat ing many enemies among his most ardent admirers. While The News has no voice in the Democratic par ty eitner county or state, it one suggestion; that of adhering to the truth during the coming campaign. A party that must resort to lies and villifications after election is not one to be entrusted with the state government. The Republican party is not with out faults. It has corrupt politicians as well as others, but it will not stand for such grave insults as it has received at the hands of incompetent tbem will Ik- shown to the public before many more moons Colorado-is having the greatest disgrace in her his tory by the brutal murders committed in the strike zones, between the militia and the lias been appealed to by Pres. Wilson, to use his authority in settling the differences between the operators and strik er. It is a disgrace to the state of Colorado to harbor such warfare; it is an emblem of the upheaval of socialism. The policy of watchful waiting will eventually cause the downfall of Huerta. His army will soon be at a point where ammunition will lie gone, and in the meantime the game of freeze out is being successfully played. A Washington pajier says that President Wilson had a quiet time on his recent visit to Philadelphia. We hard ly know whether to consider this a joke or a fact; and it may be both. Many a man makes a fuss over a new automobile, says an exchauge. And incidentally a great many men makea much greater fuss under it, when twenty miles from a town. The man who growls most about household economy is usually the one who won't smoke anything cheaper than a 10c cigar. If you criticize this remember that you have been touched. San Juan is so dry that the women have to run San Juan river through a clothes wringer every morning to get moittture enough to wash their dishes. Tbe Kannas shoemaker who has married for the 6tb time should thin time stick to his last. Subscription la.oo per Year 3, 1910, at the pewroffice at Cimarron March 3. 1879," ING COMPANY. H. Owner shown the color of his feath way than side stepping some inaccurate," evidently seeing takes the liberty of making politicians of late. Some of strikers. John D. Rockefeller jB 1. lj, 9BBSssBPSssBSSsr sassesssssssssssssssssIR HMBDVl NO. 1 NO. 60 per quart 70c per quart 70c These inks are a guaranteed product, it Hows freely, does not gum and is made ior a high and dry Globe-Wernicke Office Desks, Filing Cabinets, Latest Improved Sec tional Book Cases and Unifiles Typewriter Supplies, Oils, Ribbons, Brushes, etc., Carbons and Type writing Papers, Manuscript Covers and Blank Legal Forms Cimarron Publishing Company Financial Statement Village of Cimarron, N. M. March 5th, 1913 to April 23, 1914 Receipt! On hand March th, 1913 $ 58.23 Village Licemes 1204.51 Dog License 1.50 County taxes 876.78 Police court 34.35 Refund J. W. Jerls 2.00 Total t 2177.37 Disbursements Marshal salary $ 100.00 Clerk salary, Jan. 1st, 1914 to April 23, 1914.. 19.00 Printing 14-57 Fire service 58.23 Park improvements 6.70 Street improvements 559.88 Fire hydrant rent 500.00 Office rent 40 00 Note in full and interest on same 538.00 Office supplies 8.95 f 1845.33 Balance on hand April 23, 1914 332.04 L. R. Hutler, Q. R. Bass, Clerk. Mayor. SPONSOft FOR A NEW TANGO Mr, stuyvesant Fish Introducta "In novation Govatte" and Gives It Har Endorsement. New Tort -Mrs Stuyvesant 'Flab Is sponsor for society's latest dance. ' It is the "Innovation Gavotte." and was Introduced recently when Mrs Fish decided to take the same stand as do many churchmen against the Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish. overdoing of the tango and rq nested Mr. and Mrs. Vernor Caatln for tbalr exhibition at her bouae to produce a new dance that should be as free from orlUotsm as waa the stately minuet The new dance la by no means easy, bat It made a élsUncUy favorable Im NO. 80 NO. 92 per quart fi.as pet quart I1.00 climate. "It's All Write." Furniture and Supplies CARUSO GETS $3,000 A NIGHT Notad Tenor Breaks Salary Record on Receiving an Increase Of 1,000. Nes York It la learned that the new roo tract under which Enrico Ca ruso, the world's premier tenor, will appear in the Metropolitan cast after the coming season will call for a raise of $1,000 a night over his present sal- 17 Enrico Caruso. ary Caruso will then be receiving a compensation of $S,000 a night, un doubtedly the highest salary ever paid a tenor. The Metropolitan holds several sal litan holds several sal- UM Oeralulne Farra, TT reopnU- Meals at all hours are served at Weber's Restaurant and Bakery. In another column of this issue will lie found the financial condi tion of the town of Cimarron for t'i' fiscal year ending April 23, 1914. At no time before did the town have a better or more satis factory report than the one in que Uon. Taking into consideration the amout of public improvements made in Cimarron the past year and Ihe balance of cash on hand, something over 300, the council m mbers displayrd greit business acumen during the period they were in office. All branches of the dental art carefully practiced. Dr. Locke. Springer Spasms James D. McPike, superintend ent of the state Reform School was married on Tuesday in Colorado Springs, to Miss Ina L. Minor, an old schoolmate. Mr. and Mrs. McPike have started housekeeping at the state institution where they are at home to their friends The bids for carrying U. S. mail bel "-een Springer and Miami daily xcept Sunday, were turned down by the postal department and new bids will be called for. It appears that the parcel post has increased to such a proportion that it is im passible to carry the mail at the old rate with reasonable profit. H. I. Kimball and J. F. Hutchi son were visitors at the home oi George King at Taylor Springs, Sunday. This is the home of the Aztec mineral water. The Springer White Sox have pnrchased new ball suits, wnich give the boys a neat appearauce. The News prints the news when it is news. head the list of woman sinners, being paid at the rate of 11,250 a perform anee. Minas. Oadskt and Frematad re oerve $1.000 each. 'Chicken Inspector" Badges Popular. Chicago. Joseph Field, seventeen, waa arrested for blocking traffic as the business district of the jrlty He was selling budges bearing the In scrtption "Chicken Inspector IS." Ths crowd of buyers became so large the police were forced to clear a path for vehiclea. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be Sleaaed to learn that there ta at least one readed disease that science has bean able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to the medics! fraternity. Cstarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, there by destroying the foundation of the dis ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative pow ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Bend for list of testimonials. AMress: F J. cheney a CO., Toledo. O. Bold by all Drusslstl. 76c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. MATKIN SUPPLY COM'Y Undertakers Carry a full line of COFFINS and CASKETS TELEPHONE 20 Cimarron, N. M. I 1YY Dr. L. Locke Dentist Springer, New Mexico. Will be in Cimarron to do your dental work, from April rV to 26. ' fí. '.L P A UttlCe With Dl. MaUtCU. Legal Notices NOTICE The Vermajo Ranch situated in Colfai county. New Mexico, a shown in the Deeds for said lnd, which were recorded id the office of the county clerk of Colfax (-entity, from the Maxwell Lnd Graot Co. to Mary W. Harriett. May 5th, 1402 and September Vn. 1902. has been created a game and fish preserve nnder the laws of New Mexico ami licenses tluly issued. Un der said licenses, all name quadrupeds, game birds and name fish become the pro perty of ib owner and no fishing ortaunl iiiK on aaH Vermejo Uanch will be per mitted without written permission trem the owner or his au homed agent. William II Uartlett. AVISO Ml anche de Vermejo situado ea el Condado de Colfax. Noevo Mexico, como esta registrado en el ofenrina del secretar io de el Condado de Colfax de la compañía de el Maxwell Land (Irani a Maty W. Barden, el dia 5 de Mayo, 1902 y el dia 25 de Septiembre, es uu preservo de caza y pescado bajo las reyes de Nuevo Mexico y las licencias dado. Bajo dicho licencias todos animales, pájaros y poseídos de ca za son la propiedad del dueño y no darán permiscios para cazar en dioho raucho da Vermejo sin permicion escrito del dueño William H. Barllctt. NOTICE The Vermejo Kanch having been made a game and fish preserve utx'ei the laws nf the State of New Mexico, and as it de sirable to preserve and increase the game and fish thereon, notice is hereby given that no permits for shooting or fishing will be issued for the next three years. William H. BarHsti. AVISO El Rancho de Vermejo es un preservo de caza y pescado bajo las leyes sM atado de Nuevo Mexico y como queren preser var y acrecentar la caza y los pascados dan aviso aquí que no darán permiscios para cazar por tres anos. William H. Bartlett. NOTICE. All trespassing in the W. S. Pastare in Colfax county, whether for the purpose of hunting, fishing, pulling wild fruit, or cut ting fire wood, or for any purpose wbatsn- ever, without leave, is strictly prohibited and all trespassers will be prosecuted to the lull extent of the law. (Signed) WILLIAM FRENCH, for W. S. Land 4 Cattle Co. AVISO El traspasar dentro del pasteo del W. S. en el Candado de Colfax con la mira d I yaza, pezca, recoger fruta silvestre o cor I tat macera seca o para cualesquieraotroe I fin sin permiso; se prohibe est ríctameot c aquellos que asi traspasaren serán prose cutados al lleno de la ley. Por (Primado) WILLIAM FRENCH, la Compoaia de Reces del W.S. NOTICE. All tresspass on tbe J. M. Heel ranch, in Collax Coun,j whethe. (or the purpose of hunting, furring, pulling wild fruit, or cutting fire wood, or for any purpose whatso ever, without leave, is strictly pro hibited, and all tresspassers will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. (Signed) J. M. Heck. NOTICE Whereas, our ranch situated an the headwaters of the Costilla Rl, T. I county, New Mexico, having baen made a I xame nd nh preserve uuder tho laws of I the Stale of New Mexico, known as "The Costilla üame and Fish Preserve" and Whereas, tbe object of said game and fish preserves being for the protection of game uu nn ana tneir increase, therefore, no tice is .hereby given that no permits for hunting, shooting or fishing, will be issued during the nelt three years. The Adams Cattle Company, By H. W. Adams. General Manager. AVISO Por cuanto cuesto rancho situado en la cabezo del Rio Costilla, Candado de Taos, Nuevo Mexico, es un preservo de oass y pescados bajo las leyes del astado de Nue vo Meilco conosido por el nombre de "El Preservo du casa y pescado de Costilla," y por cuanto el objecto da dicho preservo de caza y pescado es por al p rotación y el acrecentamiento del paseado. Por asta tason dan aviso qfne no darán permicius para casar durante tras aaos. The Adams Caula Company, by H. W. Adams, General Manager. The News gives the news when it is news.